Posted by John Keller
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., 6 April 2010.Aeroflex Colorado Springs in Colorado Springs, Colo., is introducing two mil-spec, radiation-hardened synchronous dynamic access memory (SDRAM) solid-state memory devices for military, avionics, industrial, and other high-reliability applications.
The SDRAM multi-chip module (MCM) devices, which are part of the Aeroflex Quantified Commercial of the Shelf (QCOTS) memory family, are 2.5- and 3-gigabit SDRAM multi-chip-modules (MCM) organized 64M x 40 (UT8SDMQ64M40) and 64M x 48 (UT8SDMQ64M48).
The two SDRAM MCMs offer power consumption of 3.3 volts, access time of 133 MHz, and guaranteed performance via a Standard Microcircuit Drawing (SMD). Both products are assured to withstand 100 krad(Si) total-dose radiation, and are single event latchup immune (SEL) to 111 MeV-cm2/mg.
The first product offerings, the UT8SDMQ64M40 and UT8SDMQ64M48, will be offered in a 128-lead flatpack, Q and Q+ qualified and will be available to Standard Microcircuit Drawings. Prototypes are available now and production in 3Q2010. The UT8SDMQ64M40 is $4,675, QML Q, in lots of 100, while the UT8SDMQ64M48 is $5253.
"Aeroflex uses our QCOTS program as a method to quantifying COTS solutions for use in applications that have tough environmental operating requirements," says Anthony Jordan, director of standard products at Aeroflex.
For more information contact Aeroflex online at www.aeroflex.com.
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