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Growing Interest of Advanced Commercial CMOS Technologies for Space and Medical Applications. Illustration with a New Nano-Power and Radiation-Hardened SRAM in 130nm CMOS

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This paper reviews recent experimental confirmations that the intrinsic radiation robustness of commercial CMOS technologies naturally improves with the down-scaling. When additionally using innovative design techniques, it becomes now possible to assure that performance and radiation-hardness are both met. An illustration is given with an original nano-power and radiation-hardened 8 Mb SRAM designed in 130 nm CMOS.

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On-Line Testing Symposium, 2008. IOLTS '08. 14th IEEE International

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7-9 July 2008