Recently QML-V qualified products
The RHF200 rad-hard differential amplifier features wide bandwidth (420 MHz), high input impedance and wide common range to perfectly fit a data acquisition chain from CCD and many other sensors in satellites in single-ended or differential mode. Proven to 300 krad (Si) in Total Ionization Dose (TID), Single Event Latch-up (SEL) and upset-free, it has outstanding behavior in Single Event Transient (SET) and comes in a Flat-16 hermetic package. The RHF200 is QLM-V qualified.
The RHRDAC1612 is a very low-noise, radiation-hardened DAC optimized to operate in a bandwidth up to 3 kHz. With its high-resolution Sigma-Delta architecture, the RHRDAC1612 provides very low noise – 96 dB SNR – and superior linearity with 16-bit Equivalent-Number-Of-Bit (ENOB) while featuring a very attractive power consumption – less than 20 mW at 12 KSPS. The RHRDAC1612 is QML-V qualified in a hermetic Flat-24 package
ST’s 300 krad(Si) low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) series includes 10 enhanced industry standard products covering all LVDS requirements in satellites: drivers, receivers, transceivers, and crosspoint switches as well as serializers and deserializers. All are QML-V qualified.
With 62 products in Flat, Dual in-line and die form, ST’s 300 krad(Si) series of AC logic ICs is the widest of the QML-V qualified series. Its long-term support is guaranteed, especially with a 6” wafer fab where ST is currently investing for the transfer of all its rad-hard logic series. To upgrade the series to the newest requirements of the space industry, ST will qualify in 2H2018 a flat version with grounded lid for all products.
ST offers a series of five 3V 16-bit bus interfaces as well as two 16-bit level shifters, all pin-to-pin compatible with the industry standard, featuring “cold spare” for use with redundant configurations and superior radiation hardness, all housed in a hermetic Flat-48 package.
ST’s 300 krad high-precision QML-V voltage references have an industry-standard pinout with a best-in-class consumption capability and a very low post-radition drift. The series includes an adjustable 2.5 to 5.0 volt version and a fixed 1.2 volt version.
Thanks to their higher efficiency, ST’s new Schottky diodes are the best choice for space power converter designs. ST’s STPS80200C – 200V/80A – and STPS60A150C – 150V/60A – common-cathode power Schottky diodes are Single Event Effect (SEE) and Total Ionization Dose (TID) tested and have a maximum forward voltage drop 20% to 30% lower than currently available alternatives. Engineering models (EM) are available now and several other new space Schottky diodes will be announced in the coming months.