Microchip’s Low-Power Radiation-Tolerant (RT) PolarFire® FPGA Is Available In Engineering Silicon And On A Path To Full QML Class V Spaceflight Qualification - GADGET-INNOVATIONS
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Microchip’s Low-Power Radiation-Tolerant (RT) PolarFire® FPGA Is Available In Engineering Silicon And On A Path To Full QML Class V Spaceflight Qualification

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Customers can prototype with the same FPGA silicon and package that is now headed for space qualification 


Microchip Technology (Nasdaq: MCHP) today announced it is shipping engineering silicon for its RT PolarFire Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) while the device is being qualified to spaceflight component reliability standards. Designers can now create hardware prototypes with all the same electrical and mechanical performance that the space-qualified RT PolarFire FPGAs will provide for high-bandwidth on-orbit processing systems with industry-low power consumption and the ability to withstand radiation effects in space. 



Microchip is qualifying its RT PolarFire RTPF500T FPGAs to Mil Std 883 Class B, QML Class Q and QML Class V -- the highest qualification and screening standard for monolithic integrated circuits in space. Designed to survive a rocket launch and meet demanding performance needs in space, RT PolarFire FPGAs are ideal for applications including high-resolution passive and active imaging, precision remote scientific measurement, multi-spectral and hyper-spectral imaging, and object detection and recognition using neural networks. These applications require high levels of operating performance and density, low heat dissipation, low power consumption and low system-level costs.  












December 3, 2020, New Delhi




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