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Advanced microelectronic products for the aerospace industry

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The authors report the results of a study of present and planned microelectronic products intended for the aerospace industry. Major US and Japanese electronics manufacturers were contacted and in-depth interviews were conducted with key personnel from each firm included in the study. A study of the Japanese firms was done in Japan over a three month period during the second half of 1987. A question in the study of primary concern to aerospace engineers is of how the rapidly changing electronic industry is approaching their needs. Emphasis in the study was on advanced microelectronic products. Attention was focused on high-reliability and extended-temperature-range parts, as well as full military specification and radiation-hardened parts. The results indicate that a great deal of work is being done by both US and Japanese microelectronic firms to meet the needs of the aerospace industry.<>

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Aerospace Applications Conference, 1988. Digest., 1988 IEEE

Date of Conference:

7-12 Feb. 1988