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JPL-D-18002, RADIATION TEST REQUIREMENTS FOR IONIZATION AND DISPLACEMENT DAMAGE (29 JUL 1999)

JPL-D-18002, RADIATION TEST REQUIREMENTS FOR IONIZATION AND DISPLACEMENT DAMAGE (29 JUL 1999)., This document discusses radiation testing requirements for ionization and displacement damage in space systems. Single event upsets (SEE) are not addressed although they are very important for most space systems. The purposes of the document are outlined below: (1) to clarify how the actual environment differs from the 'de-facto standard' cobalt-60 gamma ray environment; (2) to recommend an approach to deal with dose-rate effects and displacement damage which are generally ignored by documents used in older Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) documents; (3) to discuss the impact of device processing variabiilty and lack of control that results from the pace of change in the semiconductor industry along with the demise of most of the older approaches for process control and wafer-level identification; (4) to discuss possible impacts of the use of modern plastic packaged devices in radiation environments.

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