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Single Event Effects on Digital Integrated Circuits Part II - Paul PERONNARD

Thursday October 29, 2009 from 12:30 to 14:00 at Jacobo Auditorium

SUBMITTED BY: Paul PERONNARD, TIMA Laboratory - ARIS research group
46, Avenue Félix Viallet 38031 Grenoble Cedex - France

ABSTRACT: New generation electronic devices have become more and more sensitive to the effects of the natural radiation coming from the surrounding environment. These radiation sources are cosmic rays and radioactive impurities, able to corrupt the content of memory cells or to induce transient pulses in combinational logic. The growing sensitivity seems to be related to two main factors: the lower and lower charge needed to define the logic levels in advanced devices and the increasing number of basic components inside the modern integrated circuits. In this presentation are described experiments to evaluate the sensitivity of a complex microprocessor.
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