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Configurable Digital Logic for Extreme Environments
Keywords: configurable, logic, extreme
This paper presents a multiple-configuration integrated circuit that implements a number of sequential or combinatorial logic functions for extreme environment electronics. Operating temperature is -55C to +300C. Combinatorial functions include AND, OR, XOR, muxes, bi-directional tranceiver, priority-encoder, magnitude comparator, etc. Sequential functions include 8-bit DFF, counter, latch, programmable clock-divider, etc. The majority of 7400 logic parts are covered by this part. Special test circuitry is included for in-situ monitoring of the part during the production process. Circuitry for endurance testing and monitoring of part lifetime at elevated stress temperature (+350C) is also built-in.
Richard Rea, Project Engineer
RelChip, Inc.
Sandy, UT

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