Mixed-Signal Electronics Technology for Space (MSETS)
Final rept. 16 Aug 2002-16 Feb 2006
WASHINGTON STATE UNIV PULLMAN
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The purpose of this project was to stimulate development of analog and mixed-signal electronics technology for communications and other missions in space. The research was conducted by the Center for Design of Analog-Digital Integrated Circuits CDADIC, headquarters at Washington State University, and consisting of multiple universities and industry partners. To accomplish the research goal, 14 projects were conducted by CDADIC university-industry teams in six major technical areas, as identified by AFRL. These six areas included 1 System circuit modeling for VLSI circuit implementation 2 Standard celltopologies in radiation-hardened SOI 3 Reconfigurable mixed-signal electronics 4 System-on-a-chip 5 Predictive radiation effects models and 6 Ultra low-power technologies. Research covered all six areas.
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment