The webinar describes circuit-level details of how to use the device in the intended applications and presents some experimental results demonstrating its performance. The RHRPMICL1A device has been recently qualified to the QML-V standard for radiation hardness with SMD number 5962-17211
Experts in design, packaging and testing of high reliability components Engineering Expertise The experience and technical knowledge achieved by our engineers in the last years is a major lack of most space and harsh environment companies. Our engineering services support the customers to meet the stringent quality requirements of high-reliability applications. Our Ph.D. and engineers are responsible to ensure that all parts will meet the specific requirements of each project. A wide range of inspections is needed to guarantee that the parts are suitable for the entire mission life, which requires a deep knowledge of microwave technology design and measurement.
Tantalum (Ta) capacitors and multilayer ceramic capacitors (MLCCs) are two widely accepted capacitor technologies that can be employed in a wide range of electronics applications. Although both technologies perform the same basic function, they are very different in terms of their construction techniques, materials, and performance under various conditions, so it’s important to understand the potential impact of selecting one over the other.
The purpose of this paper is to analyse the effects of proton displacement damages up to 8•1011p/cm2 and total ionisation dose up to 100Krad (Si)) at room and low temperature (i.e. 25ºC and -40ºC) on custom assemblies of High Voltage (HV) Optocouplers. The HV opto-coupler assembly, radiation setups for low temperature Gamma and Displacement Damage radiation tests are described in detailed.
These diodes have been designed for harsh environment space applications such as inner Solar System exploration probes. More specifically these diodes are being tested to be the blocking diodes of the solar panels for the Bepi Colombo mission.
The use of photonic technologies for space applications has risen the problem related to the ability of optoelectronic and optic components to withstand space environment as all optoelectronic and optic components come from terrestrial applications.