By G. W. A. Dummer, J. Mackenzie Robertson
Anglo-American Microelectronics facts 1968-69, quantity : brands R-Z provides details at the positive factors of the layout, development and alertness of microelectronic units. The booklet discusses the beneficial properties of the layout, development and alertness of radiation built-in circuits; Raytheon built-in circuits; RCA built-in circuits; and Signetics built-in circuits. The textual content additionally describes the positive aspects of the layout, building and alertness of Siliconix built-in circuits; Sperry built-in circuits; Sprague built-in circuits; and STC thick movie circuits. The gains of the layout, development and alertness of Stewart-Warner micro circuits; Sylvania built-in circuits; Texas tools semiconductor networks; and transitron built-in circuits also are encompassed. The e-book extra tackles the good points of the layout, building and alertness of Varo hybrid movie built-in circuits; Welwyn thick movie and skinny movie resistor networks; Westinghouse built-in circuits; and Zeltex hybrid built-in circuits. Designers, dealers, and clients of microelectronic units will locate the e-book important.
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These tests are performed periodically on at least one lot of every circuit family produced during that period. If still criteria higher levels of reliability are required, additional can be added nominal cost. to the basic Reliability Program at ,r ~ A RD-209 (Contd) RADIATION INTEGRATED CIRCUITS TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS 1585 Continued RADIATION RD-211 DUAL 4-INPUT LOGIC GATE EXPANDER The integrated circuit covered by this data sheet forms part of Radiation's family of 200 and 300 Series DTL circuits intended for use in ultra-high speed, low-power digital systems.
3. "NAND" Logic Definitions: " U P " Level = " 1 " , "DOWN" Level = " 0 " . 4. All measurements made with Pin 7 at zero volts. All voltage and capacitance measurements are referenced to pin 7. Terminals not specifically mentioned are left electrically open. Test Circuit No. 3 t p d — measurement tPd Measured period of oscillation 12 1576 RD-208 RADIATION (Contd) I N T E G R A T E D CIRCUITS TABLE I - E N V I R O N M E N T A L SCREEN TESTS (100%) TESTS PERFORMED Heat Soak; 8 hours min. 000 6 min.
000 G min. Y, axis Temperature Cycling: 1/2 hour min. (a, + 1 5 0 ° C (3 Cycles) ELECTRICAL TESTS: 5 min max. @ + 25°C 1/2 hour min. (o> - 65°C TABLE Ii - GROUP A, TYPE ACCEPTANCE TESTS CONDITIONS LTPD M A X . ACCEPTANCE NO. 1 Temperature Cycle -65°Cto150°C MAX. MIN. UNIT MAX. ACCEPT NO. 1 Moisture Resistance End Points (Failure Criteria) B3 "0" Output Voltage Note 1, subgroup A3 "0" Input Current Note 1, subgroup A3 "1" Input Current Note 1, subgroup A3 "1" Output Current Note 1. 1 blows each in X], Y j .