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    US 20010053617 A1

    Transportation method for a semiconductor device and transportation route selection method for a semiconductor device

    US 20010053617 A1


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    "ABSTRACT
    The occurrence of defects of a semiconductor device at the time of transportation is prevented by the present invention relates to a transportation method for a semiconductor device which uses, for transportation of a semiconductor device from the departure point to the arrival point, the transportation route B1+B2 wherein the cosmic ray concentration is the smallest among a plurality of transportation routes A and B1+B2 from the departure point to the arrival point. In addition, the invention also relates to a transportation route selection method for a semiconductor device comprising the step of inputting a departure point and an arrival point for the transportation for a semiconductor device, the step of calculating a plurality of transportation routes A and B1+B2 from the departure point to the arrival point, the step of calculating the cosmic ray concentration in each of the plurality of transportation routes A and B1+B2 and the step of selecting the transportation route wherein the cosmic ray concentration is the smallest among the plurality of transportation routes A and B1+B2."

    https://www.google.ch/patents/US2001...IVizgUCh09KwlA
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Re: US 20010053617 A1

    Okay, I bite ... so what's the message here, K-H ?

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    Re: US 20010053617 A1

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Okay, I bite ... so what's the message here, K-H ?

    +1
    As soon as anybody mentions cosmic rays I become hopelessly lost!
    It all dates back to when my parents gave me a cosmic ray gun for my birthday (6 years old)...I kept pulling the trigger but nothing happened!

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    Re: US 20010053617 A1

    Thought my days of worrying about air travel with a camera ended with the transition to digital!

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    Re: US 20010053617 A1

    Good news - your worries just started in earnest with digital ...
    Bart ...

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    Re: US 20010053617 A1

    The writer could not pass a basic English class. That much is certain.

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    Re: US 20010053617 A1

    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Fallon View Post
    The writer could not pass a basic English class. That much is certain.
    It is a google translation, aka automated translation.
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    Re: US 20010053617 A1

    Okay, say that ten times, fast...!

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    Re: US 20010053617 A1

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Okay, I bite ... so what's the message here, K-H ?

    Thanks Bart. I would say, it's better for your camera to travel at sea level than at 40,000 feet. :-)
    However, if you fly high avoid the most intense cosmic rays spots. :-(
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Re: US 20010053617 A1

    Why not just state the following:

    Did you know that all semiconductor devices (sensors/LCDs/chips in general) are extra sensitive to cosmic ray damage at altitude above the earth? YES
    Did you know that they are less susceptible to damage at sea level? YES
    Here's a way of mitigating that problem ... (tiny that it is btw).

    Not geek enough I suppose.

    Remember: adventure before dementia!

    As Oscar Wilde said, "my tastes are simple, I only like the best"
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    Re: US 20010053617 A1

    graham:
    looks like you have on a more advanced version in your avatar
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    Re: US 20010053617 A1

    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    graham:
    looks like you have on a more advanced version in your avatar
    It's a subject that's of interest to me. You can't be too careful

    (The avatar is of an early Xray technician / radiographer btw)
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    Remember: adventure before dementia!

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    Re: US 20010053617 A1

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Bart. I would say, it's better for your camera to travel at sea level than at 40,000 feet. :-)

    However, if you fly high avoid the most intense cosmic rays spots. :-(

    All excellent and well. And phew! am I glad for keeping my gear below sea-level ...
    Still, you got me baffled K-H as what is the context of co(s)mic rays and Sony here ?


    Anyway, tip to all: keep your sensors upright all the time !
    Kind regards.
    Bart ...

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