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Performance of High Temperature Operational Amplifier, Type LM2904WH, under Extreme TemperaturesOperation of electronic parts and circuits under extreme temperatures is anticipated in NASA space exploration missions as well as terrestrial applications. Exposure of electronics to extreme temperatures and wide-range thermal swings greatly affects their performance via induced changes in the semiconductor material properties, packaging and interconnects, or due to incompatibility issues between interfaces that result from thermal expansion/contraction mismatch. Electronics that are designed to withstand operation and perform efficiently in extreme temperatures would mitigate risks for failure due to thermal stresses and, therefore, improve system reliability. In addition, they contribute to reducing system size and weight, simplifying its design, and reducing development cost through the elimination of otherwise required thermal control elements for proper ambient operation. A large DC voltage gain (100 dB) operational amplifier with a maximum junction temperature of 150 C was recently introduced by STMicroelectronics [1]. This LM2904WH chip comes in a plastic package and is designed specifically for automotive and industrial control systems. It operates from a single power supply over a wide range of voltages, and it consists of two independent, high gain, internally frequency compensated operational amplifiers. Table I shows some of the device manufacturer s specifications.
Document ID
20090004674
Document Type
Other
Authors
Patterson, Richard (NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland, OH, United States)
Hammoud, Ahmad (ASRC Aerospace Corp. Cleveland, OH, United States)
Elbuluk, Malik (Akron Univ. Akron, OH, United States)
Date Acquired
August 24, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 2008
Subject Category
Electronics and Electrical Engineering
Report/Patent Number
E-16846
Funding Number(s)
WBS: WBS 939904.11.03.01
CONTRACT_GRANT: NNC06BA07B
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Public Use Permitted.

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