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This talk will examine the evolutionary path of optical lithography without EUV.
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By analyzing and describing the phase in a similar and systematic way as done for projection lenses, we could identify already known effects as best focus differences and pattern asymmetry, but also a new significant effect was found: contrast loss.
We used the phase range in the diffracted orders as a metric to be used during lithography set-up.
This presentation addresses the challenges to pattern single-digit nanometer nodes.
Next generation lithography such as Extreme UV, Multiple E-Beam Direct Write, may or may not help to meet the challenges.
Such high pattern density pushes the 193 immersion lithography solution toward its limit and also brings extremely complex patterning scenarios.
The N7 M1 layer may require a self-aligned quadruple patterning (SAQP) with triple litho-etch (LE) block process.
Finally, the cost implications and future technologies are explored.
In this paper we extend our work into the impact of Mask Topography induced effects in current state of the art lithography by looking at the phase in the diffracted orders.
This can translate to improved CD control and higher wafer yields.