Microchip’s High-Performance FPGA is First of its Kind to Achieve QML Class V in Ceramic Quad Flat Package
RTG4™ FPGAs offer a unique combination of radiation hardening by design, qualification to QML Class V and packaging that simplifies board design, inspection and assembly
Developers of spacecraft electronics use radiation-tolerant (RT) field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) to create on-board systems that meet the demanding performance needs of future space missions, survive the brutal launch process and continue to operate reliably in the harsh environment of space
After the Space Shuttle was retired in 2011, the United States had to rely on Russia to bring astronauts to and from orbit. Today, we’re preparing for SpaceX and Boeing to fly crews to the International Space Station. In the last decade, the F-35 entered its second decade of development; today, more than 400 aircraft have been delivered.
Würth Elektronik has published its new products on 188 pages with the Electronic Components 2020 catalog. The catalog can be ordered in printed form, downloaded as a PDF or opened in the iOS Catalog app. It contains new products from the areas of passive components, optoelectronics and power modules.
The general specification for hybrid microcircuits (MIL-PRF-38534) details the qualification and testing requirements for non-hermetic packages for military and space applications, and the MIL-PRF-38535 proposed class Y monolithic microcircuits for non-hermetic space level.