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Radiation and Reliability Characterization of a Multiplexer Family Using a 0.35µm Triple-Well CMOS Technology

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7 Author(s)
Wilson, A. ; Aeroflex Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, CO, USA ; Kerwin, D. ; Richardson, T. ; Ton, Q.
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A 16:1 analog multiplexer has been designed, manufactured, and characterized for radiation effects and lifetime operation. The device is SEL immune, hardened to 300 krad(Si) TID, and SEU immune up to 62.3 MeV-cm-2/mg. The TID, SEE and lifetime operation performance is reported.

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Radiation Effects Data Workshop (REDW), 2011 IEEE

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25-29 July 2011

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