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Compendium of Single Event Effects Radiation Test Results from Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.

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6 Author(s)
Bird, J.M. ; Ball Aerosp. & Technol. Corp., Boulder, CO, USA ; Davies, R. ; Scott, K. ; Evans, J.
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A number of electronic devices have been tested for sensitivity to single event effects for space applications at Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. Test results are presented for analog, mixed signal, and hybrid devices.

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Radiation Effects Data Workshop, 2009 IEEE

Date of Conference:

20-24 July 2009