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Plastic Encapsulated Microcircuit (PEM) Selection, Screening, and Qualification

Plastic encapsulated microcircuits (PEMs) have advantages over conventional hermetic packages in terms of size, weight, cost, availability, and performance. Aerospace designers often specify PEMs to reduce cost and shorten design cycle times, although PEMs are suitable for a wide range of harsh environments. The key to realizing these advantages lies in the PEM qualification process,…
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Cost Impacts of Upgrading Electronic Parts

The use of post-procurement processing to increase part reliability assurance, or “upgrading”, is driven by the need for state-of-the-art parts with short lead times. Upgrading is costly. Upgrading should only be done when lead-time and functionalit preclude buying the “Level-ready” equivalent. Cost benefits typically associated with COTS can only be realized if they do not…
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Obsolescence problem ? Chip Recovery Product solution

  Xtreme Semiconductors provides products and services to Aerospace, Military and Defence as an aftermarket supplier of Analog-to-digital converters, Certified End-of-life-products, microcircuits, high temperature products, plastic packaging, QML certified products, radiation Hardened IC’s, Hi-Rel products, DMS products, custom packaging, and the prevention of Counterfeit products in the Microelectronics industry. Xtreme Semi also provide EEE Componnets…
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What is a “Mixed IC”

The integrated circuits that are obtained by the combination of analog and digital ics on a single chip are called as mixed ics. These ics functions as digital to analog converters, analog to digital converters (d/a and a/d converters) and clock/timing ics. Integrated circuit or ic or microchip or chip is a microscopic electronic circuit…
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Electronics circuits miniaturization

Conventional electronics are traditionally made from bulk materials. However, the trend of miniaturization in electronics has forced the feature sizes of the electronic components to shrink accordingly. The ultimate goal of electrical circuits is miniaturization, is a branch of nanotechnology that uses single molecules or collections of single molecules as electronic building blocks. In single-molecule…
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