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Comparison between SRAM SEE cross-sections from ion beam testing with those obtained using a new picosecond pulsed laser facility

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6 Author(s)
Jones, R. ; Radiation Effects Group, Matra BAe Dynamics, UK ; Chugg, A.M. ; Jones, C.M.S. ; Duncan, P.H.
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A new pulsed laser facility has been developed to extend laser testing techniques to generate upset cross-section curves. The objective has been to establish an economical laser-based bulk screening capability for SEE susceptibility

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Radiation and Its Effects on Components and Systems, 1999. RADECS 99. 1999 Fifth European Conference on

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