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Hillol
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re: Cadence, Northrop Grumman team on space ASICs
Hillol   1/3/2011 3:13:34 AM
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Aeroflex and Boeing The companies are collaborating on developing the UT90nHBD radiation-hardened integrated circuit, which radiation hardened technology from 100 kilorads to 1 megarad total ionizing dose (TID), and targeting single event upset (SEU) at 5.0E-9 errors/bit-day, single event latchup (SEL) at 100 MeV-cm2/mg@ 125oC, and dose rate upset at 1.0E9 (Si)/sec. All of Aeroflex's current offerings of Digital RadHard ASICs are QML Q and V qualified. Source:http://www.militaryaerospace.com Hillol Sarkar www.ago-inc.com

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re: Cadence, Northrop Grumman team on space ASICs
dnelson1d   8/12/2010 1:25:49 PM
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"All were tested to validate the use of the cell library for space applications." Well, that's nice, but where's the beef? What SEU levels can the part withstand? More significantly, does this combination allow any Total Dose hardness? To what level? This is a nice press release, but there's no significant detail here.

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re: Cadence, Northrop Grumman team on space ASICs
Kinnar   8/8/2010 5:36:49 AM
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Great news for Space Industries, this way it will be possible to reduce the board area and space will be avaliable to host a few more functionalities on the payload. Now there is a strong need space grade FPGAs.

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re: Cadence, Northrop Grumman team on space ASICs
yalanand   8/5/2010 11:10:18 AM
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Since this is a defence project will it available in the free marekt or is it only for reserved customers ?



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