Inactive-Reserved Standard

IEEE 1620-2008

IEEE Standard for Test Methods for the Characterization of Organic Transistors and Materials

This standard describes a method for characterizing organic electronic devices, including measurement techniques, methods of reporting data, and the testing conditions during characterization. Adopted by IEC as IEC 62860 Edition 1.0 2013-07.

Sponsor Committee
C/MSC - Microprocessor Standards Committee
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Status
Inactive-Reserved Standard
PAR Approval
2006-06-08
Superseding
1620-2004
Board Approval
2008-09-26
History
ANSI Approved:
2009-03-04
Published:
2008-12-05
Inactivated Date:
2019-11-07

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Sponsor Committee
C/MSC - Microprocessor Standards Committee
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Working Group
1620_WG - Working Group for Organic and Molecular Electronics
IEEE Program Manager
Tom Thompson
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Working Group Chair
Daniel Gamota
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1620.1-2006

IEEE Standard for Test Methods for the Characterization of Organic Transistor-Based Ring Oscillators

Recommended methods and standardized reporting practices for electrical characterization of printed and organic ring oscillators are covered. Due to the nature of printed and organic circuits, significant measurement errors can be introduced if the electrical characterization design-of-experiment is not properly addressed. This standard describes the most common sources of measurement error, particularly for high-impedance electrical measurements commonly required for printed and organic ring oscillators. This standard also gives recommended practices in order to minimize and/or characterize the effect of measurement artifacts and other sources of error encountered while measuring printed and organic ring oscillators.

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1620-2004

Standard for Test Methods for the Characterization of Organic Transistors and Materials

This standard describes a method for characterizing organic electronic devices, including measurement techniques, methods of reporting data, and the testing conditions during characterization.

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