Development of design, qualification, screening, and application requirements for plastic encapsulated solid-state devices for space applications
- Dec 23, 1981.
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- 1 electronic document
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- Test data were collected on 1035 plastic encapsulated devices and 75 hermetically scaled control group devices that were purchased from each of five different manufacturers in the categories of (1) low power Schottsky TTL (bipolar) digital circuits; (2) CMOS digital circuits; (3) operational amplifier linear circuits; and (4) NPN transistors. These parts were subjected to three different initial screening conditions, then to extended life testing, to determine any possible advantages or trends for any particular screen. Several tests were carried out in the areas of flammability testing, humidity testing, high pressure steam (auroclave) testing, and high temperature storage testing. Test results are presented. Procurement and application considerations for use of plastic encapsulated semiconductors are presented and a statistical analysis program written to study the log normal distributions resulting from life testing is concluded.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19820008470., Accession ID: 82N16344., D180-26784-1., and NASA-CR-161947.
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