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Radiation-hardened standard components

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BAE Systems’ radiation-hardened standard components leverage years of expertise to provide reliable solutions for space and missile defense.

Expertise includes:

  • Development and QML qualification of advanced semiconductor technologies
  • Circuit design
  • Packaging and test
 

BAE Systems’ Application Specific Standard Products (ASSPs) portfolio covers the following products ranging from volatile and non-volatile memories to FPGAs and ASICs.

SRAM

BAE Systems offers a broad family of radiation-hardened static random access memory (SRAM)in various configurations, including 4Mb (512Kx8), 16Mb (2Mx8 or 512Kx32) and 64Mb (8M×8 or 2Mx32) monolithic designs as well as several higher density stacked devices ranging from 20Mb to 320Mb. Also available is a high performance, multi-mode 128Kx72 synchronous SRAM providing unique performance enhancements for certain processing architectures such as L2 Cache support for the RAD750® radiation-hardened PowerPC™ microprocessor.

C-RAM

QML qualified non-volatile C-RAM (chalcogenide random access memory) based on chalcogenide phase change material provides a dense and high-performance replacement for electrically erasable programmable read-only memory. It is available in monolithic 4Mb (512Kx8) or 2Mb (256Kx8 with ECC) with single bit error correction and 20Mb (512Kx40) stacked configurations.

PROM

Radiation-hardened PROM (Programmable read-only memory based on oxide-nitride-oxide anti-fuse technology is available in a 256Kb (32Kx8) configuration, with either 3.3V or 5V operation.

FPGA

For more than a decade, BAE Systems has fabricated and packaged the radiation-hardened RH1020 and RH1280 field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). Though these Actel parts were discontinued in 2006, BAE Systems now manufactures the RH1020B and RH1280B as drop-in replacements for the original FPGAs.

SpaceWire

Our SpaceWire family consists of a TRL-9 4-port router ASIC, a SpaceWire Endpoint ASIC, and a next generation 4-port router System on Chip (SoC) with RMAP.  These chips can be used as companions to the RAD750 microprocessor or as a standalone instrument controller.  BAE Systems also offers SpaceWire evaluation boards in multiple configurations.

Please consult our product catalog and datasheets via the product literature link at right or contact the representative of BAE Systems for more information.