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A Radiation Hardened 16-Mb SRAM for Space Applications

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7 Author(s)
Tri Hoang ; BAE SYSTEMS, 9300 Wellington Road, Manassas, VA 20110-4122. 703-367-4046. ; Jason Ross ; Scott Doyle ; Dave Rea
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A new high density, high performance 16-Mb static random access memory (SRAM) is being developed in a 0.15 mum CMOS RH15 technology for use in space and other strategic radiation hardened applications. The SRAM design is implemented in a 1.5 Volt, 0.15 micron and seven-layer metal CMOS technology. Using integrated process features and advanced design techniques, a small cell size of 9.3 mum2 was utilized while achieving a SEU radiation hardness of less than IE-12 upsets/bit-day and a worst-case chip performance of less than 15 ns access time.

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2007 IEEE Aerospace Conference

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3-10 March 2007