Making electronic components and circuits resistant to damage or malfunction brought on by high levels of ionising radiation (particle radiation and high-energy electromagnetic radiation) is a process known as radiation hardening.
It is particularly useful for environments in outer space (especially beyond low Earth orbit), near nuclear reactors and particle accelerators, or during nuclear accidents or nuclear warfare.
Radiation-hardened (rad-hard) components are based on their non-hardened equivalents but include some design and manufacturing changes that lower the susceptibility to radiation damage.
The majority of semiconductor electronic components are sensitive to radiation damage.
Radiation-hardened chip technology tends to lag behind more recent advancements because radiation-tolerant microelectronic chip designs require significant development and testing.
To connect a single source to numerous destinations, a demultiplexer is needed. Demultiplexers are mostly employed in communication systems, which employ multiplexers.
The majority of communication systems are bidirectional, or they work both ways (transmitting and receiving signals).
The Global radiation hardened demultiplexer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Eight independent inputs and outputs (Y0 to Y7), three address inputs (S0 to S2), an active LOW enable input (), and a common input/output are all features of the radiation-hardened eight-channel analogue multiplexer demultiplexer SC1018-0T1 (Z).
Eight bidirectional analogue switches are present in the device, each of which has one side connected to a separate input or output (Y0 to Y7) and the other side to a shared input or output (Z).
The supply voltage connections for the digital control inputs (S1 through S3, and ) are VDD and VSS.The analogue inputs/outputs (Y0 to Y7, and Z) can alternate between VSS as a negative limit and VDD as a positive limit.
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