Basic Info

5030 Centennial Boulvard
Colorado Springs, CO 80919
(719) 531-0800
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www.RadiationAssuredDevices.com
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Aeroflex RAD
Business Identifier: Radiation hardening qualification, services & products
Public Profile:
In July 2010, Radiation Assured Devices Inc was acquired by Aeroflex and is now known as Aeroflex RAD. The firm uses commercial and specialty technologies to provide state of the art radiation hardening and qualification services and radiation hardened products for commercial, avionics and military spaceborne electronics with the highest levels of reliability and radiation assurance. Aeroflex RAD has extensive experience in the relatively unique and specialized field of single event effects in electronics. This experience has led to the development of a library of hardware and software techniques that help to reduce the cost and time required to successfully complete an SEE test. Aeroflex RADís Tests can be designed to evaluate: Single Event Latch Up (SEL); Single Event Upset (SEU); Single Event Transients (SET); Single Event Burnout (SEB); Single Event Functional Interrupts (SEFI); and Single Event Gate Rapture (SEGR). SEE Testing of memory devices, including NAND, SDRAM and DDR, can be efficiently performed using the firmís FPGA based test solutions.

 Synopsis: Awardee Business Condition
Year Founded 2003 IP Holdings 1-4
Employee Range 10-14 VC funded? No
Revenue Range .5M-1M Private/Public Privately Held
 Most Recent SBIR Projects
Year Phase Agency Dollars Project Title
2010 1 MDA $99,638 Development of Standardized Testing and Modeling for Neutron Single Event Effects in Integrated Circuits
2010 2 DTRA $749,985 Engineered Substrates for ďZero-PenaltyĒ Radiation Hardening of Ultra Deep Submicron Commercial Processes
2009 2 MDA $813,660 Radiation Hard Interceptor Components Test Methods for Missile Defense
2009 1 AF $99,823 Minimally-Invasive Radiation Hardened Semiconductors
2009 1 MDA $98,549 Optical Flash Test Capability for Nuclear Infrared Clutter Simulator

      

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