Design of a satellite-based microelectronic radiation testing experiment
Mooney, Christopher S.
Fouts, Douglas J.
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In this research, an electronic daughterboard to be used on the Microelectronics and Photonics Test Bed satellite was designed. A printed circuit board with radiation-hardened components was laid out to test various families of static RAM chips and an experimental Gallium Arsenide integrated circuit. Computer aided design tools produced by Cadence Design Systems were used to logically and physically design the experiment. Output from the Cadence software provides the information necessary to fabricate, assemble, and test the board.
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