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Micro Integration

BRD8020/DRev. 0, May-2001Micro IntegrationThe Next Step in Simplicity and Miniaturization


Micro IntegrationThe Next Step in Simplicity and MiniaturizationBRD8020/DRev. 0, May-2001© 2001, SCILLC“All Rights Reserved”ON Semiconductor


ON Semiconductor www.onsemi.comMicroLeadless is a trademark of Semiconductor Components Industries, LLC.Micro8 is a trademark of International Rectifier.All other brand names and product names appearing in this publications are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.ON Semiconductor and are trademarks of Semiconductor Components Industries, LLC (SCILLC). SCILLC reserves the right to make changes without furthernotice to any products herein. SCILLC makes no warranty, representation or guarantee regarding the suitability of its products for any particular purpose, nor doesSCILLC assume any liability arising out of the application or use of any product or circuit, and specifically disclaims any and all liability, including without limitationspecial, consequential or incidental damages. “Typical” parameters which may be provided in SCILLC data sheets and/or specifications can and do vary in differentapplications and actual performance may vary over time. All operating parameters, including “Typicals” must be validated for each customer application bycustomer’s technical experts. SCILLC does not convey any license under its patent rights nor the rights of others. SCILLC products are not designed, intended, orauthorized for use as components in systems intended for surgical implant into the body, or other applications intended to support or sustain life, or for any otherapplication in which the failure of the SCILLC product could create a situation where personal injury or death may occur. Should Buyer purchase or use SCILLCproducts for any such unintended or unauthorized application, Buyer shall indemnify and hold SCILLC and its officers, employees, subsidiaries, affiliates, anddistributors harmless against all claims, costs, damages, and expenses, and reasonable attorney fees arising out of, directly or indirectly, any claim of personalinjury or death associated with such unintended or unauthorized use, even if such claim alleges that SCILLC was negligent regarding the design or manufacture ofthe part. SCILLC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


Micro Integration BrochureDefinitionMicro Integration – An Integrated Circuit which combines diodes, transistors, capacitors, inductors, resistors orcombinations thereof into a single package providing space and component count reduction.IntroductionON Semiconductor is a global leader in discrete components. Currently the company manufactures over 6,000distinct product types in the areas of:• Bipolar Power Transistors (NPN, PNP, Darlington)• Rectifiers (Schottky, Ultrafast, Soft Recovery)• Diodes (Zener, Transient Protection, Arrays, PIN, Tuning, Switching, Schottky)• Signal Transistors (Switching, High Frequency, Bias Resistor Transistors, Low V CE(sat) )• MOSFETsOur company has a long history of providing discrete component solutions. With over 20 billion units shipped lastyear world wide, ON Semiconductor has a proven track record of an extraordinary combination of technologicalcompetence and manufacturing expertise.With the increasing demand for enhanced functionality and reduced size, Micro Integration provides “value added”flexibility for the customer. ON Semiconductor has the complete infrastructure to combine many functions into asingle package solution.The demand for this integration is especially strong in computing, wireless, networking and portable applications.Please see our full product portfolio listing on page 10 of this brochure.www.onsemi.comPage 1


ON Semiconductor www.onsemi.comBenefits of Utilizing Micro IntegrationMicro Integration results in enhanced performance:• Reduction in Overall Size• Reduced Number of Components• Fewer Board Insertions• Increased Parametric Stability• Improved Solder Reliability• Simplified Procurement Activity• Lower Overall System CostA Recent Example . . .ON Semiconductor integrated 20 discrete components onto one chip for a cellularphone application.. . . ResultsBoard space area reductions of up to 88% have beenrealized.A typical cellular phone has 5-7 large integrated circuits with100-300 discrete components.Page 2


Micro Integration BrochureStrategic Areas in Micro IntegrationON Semiconductor is focusing its strengths in four critical areas which will meet the industry’s need for costreduction and space savings.These areas are:• Transient Voltage Suppression (TVS)• Filter Circuits• Regulation• Drive CircuitsI/O 1I/O 2Transient ProtectionFilter CircuitsPass RegulatorDrive Circuitswww.onsemi.comPage 3


ON Semiconductor www.onsemi.comTransient Voltage Suppression (TVS)Transient Voltage Suppression is a key requirement of nearly every electronic circuit. There are three key reasonsfor the increased popularity of dedicated TVS solutions.• Placing simple protection circuits onto high level integrated circuits (microprocessors, memory, DSP, etc) is notcost effective.• With continued shrinks and lower voltage on today’s IC’s, gate oxides are becoming thinner and are thus morevulnerable than ever.• Protection circuits are most effective when placed further from the major IC’s and closest to the plugconnectors.ON Semiconductor has the ability and capability to meet transientvoltage conditions in automotive load dump, Bellcore, IEC Europeanstandards, and U.S. human/machine body models.RTIPRRINGTTIP+V CC+V CCTRINGT1/E1 Line Card ProtectionON SemiconductorSolutionV CCProtectedICIC ProtectionInputVoltageInputConnectorI/OICCardI/O 1I/O 2Parallel Line ProtectionTransient ProtectionDesign Guide: The signal level and baud rate will determine the silicon design; number of lines protectedwill define the package.Page 4


Micro Integration BrochureFilter CircuitsMicro Integration filters are finding a wide variety of application because they not only provide isolation fromElectroMagnetic Interference (EMI), but they also provide protection from ElectroStatic Discharge (ESD). This twofoldsolution can be used for:• Separating low and high frequency components• Eliminating fast rising transients• Providing maximum transient protection with minimal line loading.ON Semiconductor has developed a wide portfolio of filter networks with cut-off frequencies between 10 MHz and1000 MHz with differing insertion losses.19202122232418117NC2Low Loss Pi LC Filter163154145136Two-Stage Pi Filter12 11 10 9 8 79-Channel Pi FilterVBUSD+D-GNDVBUSUPSTREAMUSB PORT1.5KV BUSON Semiconductor SolutionR S47pF47pFR SGNDUSBCONTROLLERD+D-D+D-D+D-GNDON Semiconductor Solution47pF1.5K47pF1.5KUSB Upstream & Downstream Port ProtectionRSRSV BUSVBUSD+D-GNDDOWNSTREAMUSB PORTDesign Guide: The insertion loss and roll-off frequency will determine the silicon design; the number oflines and the roll-off frequency will define the package.www.onsemi.comPage 5


ON Semiconductor www.onsemi.comRegulationMicro Integration offers simple and low cost alternatives to the ON Semiconductor standard* portfolio ofregulators. Our “NO BELLS!, NO WHISTLES!” approach provides simple solutions when these features are notneeded:• Over Voltage Protection• Auxiliary Control• Reset Option• Current Limiting• Error Detection• Thermal ShutdownAnother solution to regulation is targeted at applications where severaldiscrete components are being used. Regardless of whether thedesign goal is simplicity with “NO BELLS!, NO WHISTLES!,” or thedesigners are seeking to eliminate extra components, MicroIntegration will provide more options to the designer.InOutControlGndDesign Guide: Regulator design is closely tied with customer specifications. Thermal modeling and packageheat dissipation are key determinants for an effective design.* For a complete portfolio of Power Regulation products (including the bells & whistles) see the ONSemiconductor Analog Integrated Circuits Family Tree & Selector Guide (Publication number SGD504/D).Page 6


Micro Integration BrochureDrive CircuitsON Semiconductor has a large portfolio of resistor and transistor drive circuits capable of operating efficiently overa wide range of currents. Custom configurations can be placed in a variety of packages, thereby providingsignificant space and cost savings.R1R2Digital Transistor NetworkCapacitor Drive CircuitCollectorBaseEmitterDarlington with Base ResistorsRelay/Inductive Load DriverDesign Guide: Drive circuits combine transistor, diode, resistor and capacitor combinations utilizing lowvoltage and current level. Specific component values track common circuit applications.www.onsemi.comPage 7


ON Semiconductor www.onsemi.comMicro Integration Plastic PackagesCommonCase OutlineDesignation Isometric 1 (mm)PackageNominalSC-90/SC-75SOT-4161.61.6MaximumDimensions(mm)1.0PowerDissipation(W)Min-Pad 2Θja(°C/W)0.17 7352.0SC-70/SOT-323 2.1 1.00.20 6252.0SC-88/SOT-3632.11.00.20 6252.0SC-88A/SOT-3532.11.00.20 6253.0SC-74/TSOP-6(SC-59 6-Pin)2.751.00.50 2502.9SC-59 1.300.25 5002.752.92SOT-232.371.110.25 5004.0MLF424-Pin4.01.01.10 1146.5SOT-223 7.01.75 0.85 1501. Isometric views not to scale.2. Thermal Data: Steady-State on Min-Pad.Page 8


Micro Integration BrochureMicro Integration Leadless PackagesMicroLeadless PackagesMicroLeadless packages offer the best combination of functionality and board space efficiency for MicroIntegration.2.0 mm2020 8-Pin with Exposed Flag2.0 mm0.8 mm(Max)1.0 mm1006 2-Pin with Exposed Flag0.6 mm0.6 mm(Max)Direct Chip Attach (DCA) Flip-Chip• 500 µM Bump Pitch• Up to 5 x 5 Bump Array• Ideal for Chip Scale Designs with High I/O Densities• Offers Low Inductance for High-Frequency Applicationswww.onsemi.comPage 9


ON Semiconductor www.onsemi.comCurrent Micro Integration PortfolioPortfolio Part/Series Description Package StatusTVS MMBZxxAxxx Series Dual Common Cathode TVS SOT-23 ActiveTVS MMBZxxVxxx Series Dual Common Anode TVS SOT-23 ActiveTVS MSQA Series Quad TVS Array SC-88A ActiveTVS MMQA Series Quad TVS Array SC-74 ActiveTVS SMS05 Quad TVS Array SC-74 ActiveTVS SL05 Low Capacitance TVS SOT-23 Intro 2Q01TVS LC03-6 Dual Line Low Capacitance TVS SO-8 Intro 2Q01TVS SMDA05-6 Six Line TVS Array SO-8 Intro 2Q01Reg NZR140 Regulation-3.3 In, Various Outs SOT-223 Intro 2Q01Filter NZF220TT1 Single Line Filter SC-75 ActiveFilter NZF220DFT1 Dual Line Filter SC-88A ActiveFilter NZMM7VOT4 9 Line Filter MLF-24 ActiveFilter STF202 USB Filter TSOP-6 Intro 2Q01Filter NZFxx Series Cutoff Freq: 10Mhz to 1000Mhz Filter Portfolio Various Intro 2Q01Filter NZFQxx Series Quad Filter MicroLeadless Samples NowDrive MUNxxx Series PNP/NPN Digital Transistors - Singles SOT-23/SC-70 Active- Duals SC-88A/SC-59 ActiveDrive DTA/DTC Series PNP/NPN Digital Transistors SC-75 ActiveDrive MMBTAxx Series Darlington Transistors SOT-23 ActiveDrive MDC3105 Relay/Inductive Driver SOT-23 ActiveDrive MDC5100 Controller Micro8 ActivePage 10


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