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ELFREarly Life Failure Rate
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From the graph it is easy to appreciate that as the reject rate for Idd decreases the burn-in quality improves to 100 per cent and that lots with a high reject rate have poor quality and a high ELFR. Lot E would appear to be an exception to this but this will be discussed later.
the ELFR approaches 0, then the subsequent reliability is very high and as the quality decreases the FIT rate increases and reliability becomes poor.
It is felt that the fact that there were no ELFR failures was due to the sampling of that particular lot.