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Electronic components (circuits, transistors, resistors, diodes, capacitors, and so on), single-board computer CPUs, and sensors that are designed and manufactured to be less vulnerable to damage from radiation and severe temperatures (-55°C to 125°C) are known as radiation-hardened electronics.
They essentially perform the same activities as non-hardened equivalent electronics, but they’ve been designed and tested to withstand various sorts of radiation damage that can occur in space, during high-altitude flight, at scientific research facilities, and in nuclear reactors.
Rad-hard electronics are frequently employed by space agencies, private spaceflight firms, the defense community, and research scientists to provide continuously reliable performance and longer service life in harsh radioactive and similarly dangerous conditions over several years.
The India Radiation-Hardened Electronics Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Product development at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur’s Centre for Large Area Flexible Electronics is not restricted to commercial activities; it may also be used for strategic and social responsibility reasons.
Foreign sources of know-how or products are frequently unreliable or unviable. Some examples are
India’s space agency intended to build and launch 17 indigenous satellites. Due to a scarcity of electronics parts, it was only able to deliver around half of the orders.
Because they must fulfil exacting criteria, about half of the electronics components on a major satellite and nearly a tenth on a rocket are imported. These components should be dependable, radiation resistant, and capable of lasting the duration of a satellite’s mission, which could be up to 15 years.
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