Abstract

We apply the NA-increasing lens technique to confocal and wide-field backside microscopy of integrated circuits. We demonstrate 325nm (λ04) lateral spatial resolution while imaging metal structures located inside the interconnect layer of an integrated circuit. Vectorial field calculations are presented justifying our findings.

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