New JANSR+ 100krad Transistors for Radiative Environments

STMicroelectronics recently announced it is bringing into the JANS system the innovation released last year within the European Space Components Coordination (ESCC) program. Called JANSR+, the innovation consists of a series of 100krad JANSR high-dose-rate bipolar transistors with an additional 100krad low-dose-rate (100 mrad/s) test performed on each wafer.rad_hard_bipolar_trans

Furthermore, ST has announced it will complete its JANSR+ offer with data from very-low-dose-rate (10 mrad/s) tests, demonstrating the outstanding robustness to radiation effect of its technology.

As a result, ST’s JANSR+ series gives access to products with superior performance in radiative environments, with complete test data to support the claim. These products can be used without any up-screen cost and lead time, thus dramatically raising the bar in the industry.

All parts are housed in advanced hermetic UB packages and are available in sample and volume quantities.

[Via STMicroelectronics]
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New JANSR+ 100krad Transistors for Radiative Environments

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