Are Your ICs Ready for the Real Space Environment?

Added on April 26, 2012

Over the past 19 years, the space industry has placed a higher value on understanding the effects that long-term, low dose radiation can have on ICs. Intersil's radiation testing specialist Nick van Vonno discusses why this shift has occurred and what Intersil is doing to address this change.

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