[eagle] Re: CAN-Do noise abatement plan and questions
greencl at mindspring.com
Thu Jun 14 12:15:57 PDT 2007
I think they are also inherently are more background radiation
tolerant. But why they have whatever tolerance they have is not really
the question. The question is, just how hard are they?
If they have parts that are 100 krad tolerant, then there is a good
chance all their parts are (probably come off the same wafer). They
just have more paperwork with them, hence the extra cost. Assuming the
cost delta is significant, I'd try the less expensive version and test it.
Lyle, I assume Heather is driving!!!
John B. Stephensen wrote:
> All of the Peregrine products are SoS but they have more expensive
> versions of some that are good for a 100 krad total dose.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "lyle johnson" <kk7p at wavecable.com>
> To: "Chuck Green" <greencl at mindspring.com>; "John B. Stephensen"
> <kd6ozh at comcast.net>
> Cc: <eagle at amsat.org>
> Sent: Thursday, June 14, 2007 18:06 UTC
> Subject: Re: [eagle] Re: CAN-Do noise abatement plan and questions
>>> SOS technology parts are inherently rad-hard.
>> In the sense that they are latchup-immune.
>> Lyle KK7P
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