UTMC unveils rad-hard gate array

UTMC Microelectronic Systems Inc. of Colorado Springs, Colo., is announcing a new commercial radiation-hardened gate array family called the UT0.6mCRH for high-reliability space applications that need immunity to single-event upset and to 100 kilorads of total-dose radiation. UTMC experts fabricate the new device in a commercial 0.6-micron silicon gate CMOS process. The UT0.6mCRH is the first product fabricated in a commercial fab that has this level of radiation hardness, says Peter Milliken, A

Oct 1st, 1997

UTMC Microelectronic Systems Inc. of Colorado Springs, Colo., is announcing a new commercial radiation-hardened gate array family called the UT0.6mCRH for high-reliability space applications that need immunity to single-event upset and to 100 kilorads of total-dose radiation. UTMC experts fabricate the new device in a commercial 0.6-micron silicon gate CMOS process. The UT0.6mCRH is the first product fabricated in a commercial fab that has this level of radiation hardness, says Peter Milliken, ASIC product line manager at UTMC. For more information, contact Teresa Farris at UTMC by phone at 719-594-8035 or by e-mail at farris@utmc.utc.com. - J.K.

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