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Lens aberration can be evaluated and quantified from the perspective of the errors experienced as rays are traced through the optical system. Alternatively, the error can be evaluated in terms of the differences between an ideal wavefront in the lens pupil and that which can be achieved with a lens of a particular design and manufacturing process. 0) optical projection systems for immersion lithography using catadioptric design approaches. (Source: From ’Immersion Lithography in Mass Production: Latest Results for Nikon Immersion Exposure Tools,’ A.
Because of this, there is little difference in the phase of all orders as they are collected by the lens pupil. The end result is imaging with significant improvement in DOF. Indeed, for poles that are single points, the DOF is infinite. More practical source sizes such as those in Fig. 30 may be necessary for throughput as well as the reduction in coherent image artifacts, and the improvement will be lessened. Customized illumination and source–mask optimization The approach described for source design can be utilized for very specific mask structures to arrive at a unique source shape for the best performance across a mask field (or a critical portion of the field).
These two situations can have very different printing performance as focus and exposure are varied. The challenge of OPC is therefore to equalize the background levels across a variety of duty ratios. 24 OPE for lines of various pitch values through-focus, showing how neighboring features inﬂuence behavior. 25 Aerial image plots for lines of two duty ratios, 1:1 and 1:3, showing how differences in line spacing drive the average image intensity. 26 shows how the use of additional features to a mask can lead to a more common through-focus behavior.