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Improved Wire Bond Reliability with Auxiliary Wires



Auxiliary wires are commonly defined as an additional wire outside of a normal ball-to-stitch wire bond. The motivation behind the use of auxiliary wires is the inherent weakness of the stitch bond.
Palomar Technologies, Inc.

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