radiation hardening

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radiation hardening

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən ′härd·ən·iŋ]
(engineering)
Improving the ability of a device or piece of equipment to withstand nuclear or other radiation; applies chiefly to dielectric and semiconductor materials.
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Objective: VEGAS proposes to address the key challenge of European non-dependence and competitivness regarding rad-hard FPGA for space applications.
By calculation, that would only occur about once in 10,000 years," JPL's analysis confirmed Maxwell's conclusion that the SCS750 architecture can provide upset rates comparable to or lower than computers employing rad-hard processors.
Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation, San Diego, has released its Rad-Hard 0.
It continues to lead the performance enhancement of rad-hard products, as demonstrated with the current launch.
Space Grade Rad-Hard 3-Terminal Adjustable Positive voltage Regulator
ST s new rad-hard devices exceed the performance of competing solutions, combining proven 130nm process technology with dedicated chip architecture and layout rules to achieve superior radiation-immunity and electrical characteristics.
The part has been designed by RedCat using its rad-hard standard cell library and IPs with the support of TowerJazz s Design Center in Netania, Israel, and fabricated in TowerJazz s Fab 2 in Migdal Haemek, Israel utilizing a flavor of its commercial 0.