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A recent special report article in Military and Aerospace Electronics highlights the importance of the command and control electronics in the U.S. arsenal of ballistic missiles, which represent two important legs of the “nuclear triad” of bomber aircraft, ICBMs, and submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs). The U.S. must have a “reliable command structure for the nuclear...... KEEP READING
Posted on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012 in Related News | Tags: Compact Model, D5LE, Defense, Draper Labs, Engineering, ISDE, Radiation Effects, RHBD, SSP, Trident II Comments Off on Nuclear Ballistic Missile Command and Control Technology Still a Prime Military Concern
Vanderbilt researchers are launching satellites into space to test the radiation effects on electronic components in order to predict and prevent future failures of such devices. Funded by NASA, these radiation effects test bed payloads will be among the first of their kind in the United States at their scheduled launches in 2013. It’s an...... KEEP READING
Posted on Friday, March 9th, 2012 in | Tags: AMSAT-NA, CubeSat, Educational Outreach, Electronics, Engineering, EPSCOR, ISDE, NASA, Radiation Effects, Reed, Satellite Club, Space Exploration, Undergraduates, Weller Comments Off on CubeSat Development
The engineering staff of ISDE performs design, analysis and modeling work for a varietyof space- and defense-oriented organizations. ISDE engineers help to identify radiation-related issues at the device and circuit levels, propose design solutions, and implement test plans. ISDE has an array of software tools for simulating radiation effects and designing integrated circuits, a high...... KEEP READING
The Radiation Effects Group (RER) at Vanderbilt University was established in 1987 and is the largest program of its kind in the U.S. It is the only academic program actively involved in supporting the Department of Defense (DOD) in radiation effects for strategic applications, and one of a very few programs involved in microelectronics research...... KEEP READING