Satellite and spacecraft sub-systems are increasingly using more and more on-board storage, and the choice of memory has a major impact on overall capacity, physical size, power-consumption, speed, reliability, and mission lifetime.
EPC's EPC7004 rad-hard GaN FET devices are suitable for space applications and other high-reliability environments.
MRAM offers the space industry the speed of SRAM, a density approaching DRAM, the non-volatility of flash memory, unlimited read/write endurance and low power consumption.
Microchip's SST26LF064RT memory device is its second SuperFlash technology-based offering to be space qualified.
Microchip has expanded its space-grade DC-DC power converter family with new 28V-input, 50W radiation-tolerant options.
In the middle of a global pandemic, is it right for the space industry to request more wafers when there are other, more immediate priorities?