A scientific study of the problems of digital
engineering for space flight systems,
with a view to their practical solution.
Pictures From Session B
Session Chair: Rich Katz - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
B0: History Invited Talk
Introduction: Dr. Roger D. Launius, NASA Chief Historian
Invited History Talk: Dr. James E. Tomayko, Carnegie Mellon University
From Sequencers to Processors on Early U.S. Spacecraft
"Design of a Radiation-Tolerant Low-Power Transceiver"
Weigand, Daniel, and M. Harlacher
"The Mercury Microswitch: A Novel MEMS Device with Potential Applications to Space Electronics"
Edwards1, R. Timothy, C.J. Kim2
1Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory
2University of California, Los Angeles
"The Design and Testing of a SEU Evaluation Vehicle for the UT4090 FPGA with Antifuse Technology"
"Reliability of Antifuse-Based Field Programmable Gate Arrays for Military and Aerospace Applications"
McCollum, John, Roy Lambertson, Jeewicka Ranweera, Jennifer Moriarta, Jih-Jong Wang, and Frank Hawley
Actel Corporation, Sunnyvale, CA
Paper: B4_McCollum_Sa.pdf - B4_McCollum_Figures.pdf
Paper: B4_McCollum_Sa.doc - B4_McCollum_Figures.ppt
"The Application of PEMs (Plastic Encapsulated Microcircuits) in Space"
Fabula, Joseph J.
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