Honeywell gets QML for SOI gate arrays

Engineers at the Honeywell Inc. Solid State Electronics Center in Plymouth, Minn., received Qualified Manufacturing List (QML) approval for their 0.65-micron silicon-on-insulator (SOI) HX2000 gate arrays. Honeywell is the first supplier to receive QML status for SOI ASICs from the Defense Supply Center Columbus in Columbus, Ohio, company officials say. The HX2000 sea-of-transistor devices operate over the full military temperature range and are radiation hardened for space applications. They are

Oct 1st, 1997

Engineers at the Honeywell Inc. Solid State Electronics Center in Plymouth, Minn., received Qualified Manufacturing List (QML) approval for their 0.65-micron silicon-on-insulator (SOI) HX2000 gate arrays. Honeywell is the first supplier to receive QML status for SOI ASICs from the Defense Supply Center Columbus in Columbus, Ohio, company officials say. The HX2000 sea-of-transistor devices operate over the full military temperature range and are radiation hardened for space applications. They are available as large as 400,000 available gates, have mixed voltage support, and offer library support for 100 MHz applications. For more information, phone Honeywell`s Connie Krauth at 612-954-2692. - J.K.

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