As a major supplier to the military and aerospace industries, Intersil's product development methodologies reflect experience designing products to meet the highest standards for reliability and performance in challenging environments.
Intersil's rad-tolerant plastic packaging flow leverages the company's more than 50 years of space flight experience developing rad hard (>75krad) and rad-tolerant (<75krad) products for extremely harsh environments.
The up-front radiation effects characterization and AEC-Q100 automotive-like qualification gives customers the utmost confidence to design Intersil radiation-tolerant plastic parts into cost-sensitive small satellites for LEO mission profiles up to five-years. The ISL71xxxM are also well suited for high altitude (>40km) avionic systems, launch vehicles that are prone to heavy ions, and medical equipment where radiation is a concern.
Radiation‑Tolerant Plastic ICs to Power Small Satellite Mega‑Constellations
Intersil's new ISL71xxxM radiation-tolerant plastic-package ICs support cost-sensitive, small satellites for low earth orbit, as well as high altitude avionic systems, launch vehicles, and medical equipment.
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