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Making electronic parts and circuits resistant to ionising radiation’s high doses can be done through a method called radiation hardening.
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.
A Boolean operator that yields zero only when all of its operands have values of one and otherwise yields one (equivalent to NOT AND).
The Global radiation hardened NAND gates 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.
The high-voltage CMOS HCC40xxx and HCC45xxx series are Rad-hard quad 2-input NAND gate which include a variety of functionalities including extremely noise-tolerant gates, multiplexers, counters, bus interfaces, and flip-flops.
They may be used in the harshest environmental circumstances thanks to their radiation resistance, single event latch-up (SEL), single event upset (SEU) immunity, and housing in hermetic containers for all types of both series.
They’re all certified and have undergone testing in the ambiant temperature range of -55 °C to +125 °C. Each type’s full specification can be found using its ESCC part number on the ESCC (European Space Components Coordination).
The complete conformity of qualifying parts with these ESCC requirements is guaranteed by STMicroelectronics.
According to the test procedures, every device in the HCC series is 100 krad guaranteed. Four test vehicles that are representative of all the products with the identical functional characteristics are used to characterise the HCC logic series under heavy ions.
ESCC qualified, 18 V Absolute maximum ratings, 3 V to 15 V operational voltage, Rad-hard 100 krad (Si) TID, SEL immune up to 119 MeV.cm2/mg, SEU immune up to 119 MeV.cm2/mg, -55 °C to +125 °C temperature range, and ESCC specification available on ESCC website for each item are some of its features.
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