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A multilayered ceramic wafer is fabricated by laminating the green sheets before sintering. The photograph of the cross section of the laminated LTCC with feedthrough is shown in Figure 5. The thermal expansion of the LTCC is matched with silicon. The LTCC with feedthrough was applied to MEMS probe cards . The fabrication process and a photograph are shown in Figure 8. Nickel probes are made by electroplating nickel into a silicon mold and then soldered to the LTCC wafer with AuSn. Finally the silicon mold is etched out.
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