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Single event effects in commercial memory devices in the space radiation environment

Craig Ian Underwood

Single event effects in commercial memory devices in the space radiation environment

by Craig Ian Underwood

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StatementCraigIan Underwood.
ContributionsUniversity of Surrey. Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Centre for Satellite Engineering Research.
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Environment Applications Using Commercial Wafer Foundries. Daviderwin K [] Conference Opening. Plazaooms Ballr E, F [] Session A Basic Mechanisms of. Radiation Effects [] Session C Space and Terrestrial. Environments [] Session D Single-Event Effects: Mechanisms and Modeling [] Session B Photonic Devices and. Integrated. DOI: /CIRSYSSIM Corpus ID: Radiation Hardness Design and Test Verification of Program Configuration Module Based on Commercial Devices @article{SunRadiationHD, title={Radiation Hardness Design and Test Verification of Program Configuration Module Based on Commercial Devices}, author={Yi Sun and Zhichao Wei and .

  However, high-intensity single event effects (SEEs) can interrupt the operation of electronic devices or render them unusable immediately. How to Minimize Radiation Effects on Electronics Devices in Space. There is no full-proof way to eliminate the radiation effects on electronic devices aboard space platforms. Single Event Effects (SEE) Schematics of a solid state charged particle detector (right) and a MOSFET transistor (left) illustrating the particle counting or single event upset process. Direct ionization by CR charged particles and charged particles produced by nuclear reactions in the device can produce counts in the detector and SEE eventsFile Size: 1MB.

GTO" • A geosynchronous transfer orbit or geostationary transfer orbit (GTO) is a Hohmann transfer orbit used to reach geosynchronous or geostationary orbit.[1] It is a highly elliptical Earth orbit with apogee of 42, km (26, mi).[2] (geostationary (GEO) altitude, 35, km (22, mi) above sea level) and an argument of perigee such that. Cosmic radiation High energy rays from space which, in space, are primarily protons (92%) An example is a permanent stuck bit in a memory device. A method of overcoming single event effects that uses three discrete instances of a circuit, with a majority vote scheme that monitors the data from each of the three circuits.


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Single event effects in commercial memory devices in the space radiation environment by Craig Ian Underwood Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the space environment, spacecraft designers have to be concerned with two main causes of Single Event Effects (SEEs): cosmic rays and high energy protons. For cosmic rays, SEEs are typically caused by its heavy ion component. Radiation Effects and Spacecraft • Critical areas for design in the natural space radiation environment – Long-term effects • Total ionizing dose (TID) • Displacement damage – Transient or single particle effects (Single event effects or SEE) • Soft or hard errors • Mission requirements and philosophies vary to ensure mission performance.

What are single-event effects. • A single-event effect (SEE) is a disturbance to the normal operation of a circuit caused by the passage of a single ion (proton or heavy ion) through or near a sensitive node in a circuit.

• SEEs can be either destructive or non-destructive. Pellish, Applied Space En vironments Conference Since the first radiation-induced single-event effects (SEEs) were identified in satellites in the late 70s and particle-induced memory upsets were replicated in laboratory tests, radiation hardness has been a concern for computer memory manufacturers and for systems designers as well.

Trapped protons and electrons in the Earth’s radiation belts and cosmic rays present significant challenges for electronics that must operate reliably in the natural space environment. Single event effects (SEE) can lead to sudden device or system failure, and total dose effects can reduce the lifetime of a space-based telecommunications by: Abstract: The basic mechanisms of space radiation effects on microelectronics are reviewed.

Topics discussed include the effects of displacement damage and ionizing radiation on devices and circuits, single-event phenomena, dose enhancement, radiation effects on optoelectronic devices and passive components, hardening approaches, and simulation of the space radiation by: the ionization tracks from the interaction of a single cosmic ray or high-energy proton (single event effects - SEE).

Therefore, of particular interest for effects on the internal electronics are the total electron and proton exposure (i.e., fluence) and timedependent File Size: KB. the natural space radiation environment, in particular to Single‐Event Effects (SEE) and to Total Ionizing Dose (TID) effects.

Nonvolatile memories (NVM) have always been an important part of spacecraft Size: 2MB. Single event effects (SEE) A high ionizing dose deposition, from a single high energy particle, occurring in a sensitive region of the device. Plasma and Space Physics.

Total Ionizing Dose (TID) effects. Mainly caused by trapped particles in the Van Allen belts. Ionization creates charges (electron-hole pairs).

Compendium of Single Event Effects Test Results for Commercial-Off-The-Shelf and Standard Electronics for Low Earth Orbit and Deep Space Applications. 57 Brandon D. Reddell, Charles R.

Bailey, Patrick M. O’Neill, Kyson V. Nguyen, Scott A. Wheeler, NASA Johnson SpaceFile Size: KB. Space radiation environment may cause single event effect on satellite electronics. Single-Event transient is analog devices have caused anomalies in several : Sophie Duzellier.

TI’s Space products include MIL-PRF QML Class V and RHA components. These devices are typically supported with Total Ionizing Dose (TID) and Single Event Effects (SEE) test reports to address potential product degradation in a space environment.

The test results for these devices are available in the product folder under the Technical. Ionizing Radiation Effects in Electronics: From Memories to Imagers delivers comprehensive coverage of the effects of ionizing radiation on state-of-the-art semiconductor devices. The book also offers valuable insight into modern radiation-hardening techniques.

The text begins by providing important. The type and magnitude of radiation effects observed in electronics are largely defined by specific device properties and the radiation environment in which the devices are used.

In this chapter, we review three of the primary radiation environments: the natural space environment encountered outside the protective shielding of. Modelling the space radiation environment Eamonn Daly, Hugh Evans, Giovanni Santin Single Event Effects Outline Radiation sources sensitive device – Geometry – Materials Sørensen et al, IEEE-TNS,   A little radiation effects history • Radiation effects community started during the Cold War • Sputnik, 4 Oct • Van Allen Belts, Jan & Mar (Explorer I and III) • Space Race started; Space Act signed into law by President Eisenhower on 29 Jul • President Kennedy was in office o “Going to the Moon Speech,” 25 May / 12 Sep commonly fall into the category termed single-event effects (SEE) and show up as a type of soft errors called single-event upsets (SEUs).

Over the last decade, Xilinx has made significant investments in research and testing to offer customers a full range of SEU mitigation options as well as the lowest intrinsic FIT rates in the industry.

Single event effects in microelectronics Spacecraft components become radioactive False stars in star tracker CCDs ⇒ Major Space Environment Hazards Solar array power decrease due to radiation damage Before After Before During exposure to multi-MeV protons Electronics degrade due to total radiation dose Induced Voltage Time.

2The Space Radiation Environment and Its Effect on Electronics. As electronic components have decreased in size and increased in complexity, their enhanced sensitivity to the space radiation environment and its effects (especially single-event effects, or SEEs) have become a major concern for the spacecraft engineer.

Aerospace Science and Technology Radiation effects on electronic Sophie D Office National d’Etudes et de Recherche Aérospatiales (ONERA)/D Received 12 May ; Available online Abstract The natural space environment is responsible for many disturbances Single Event Effects (SEE) at the origin of most observed in-flight a of such events is Cited by:.

The side effect of this constant miniaturization was an increase in the sensitivity of these devices to radiation. Since the first radiation-induced single-event effects (SEEs) were identified in satellites in the late 70’s [1] and particle-induced memory upsets were replicated in laboratory tests [2], radiation hardness has been a c oncern Author: Alexandre Louis Bosser.

Thus, space radiation is the source of many of the cosmogenic nuclides, such as 14 C. At the surface of the Earth, only the most energetic, lightest products of the nuclear interactions of GCR with the atmosphere, mainly μ-mesons, are still present.

This is Cited by: 5.Single Event Effects in ICs nSingle Event Effects [SEE] äDisturbance of an active electronic device caused by a single energetic particle lUpset (SEU) --change in logic state, simplest example is a memory cell in RAM lLatchup (SEL) --sharp increase in current resulting from turning on parasitic pnpn lDamage or burnout (SEB) of power transistor.