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Briefing: Independent NASA Test of RTSX-SU FPGAs Introduction. Rich Katz, Grunt Engineer NASA Office of Logic Design. Schedule and Logistics. 9:30 am Meeting starts 12:30 pm Lunch. Buildings 1 and 21 have cafeterias 1:45 pm Meeting resumes Work until we're done.

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Rich katz grunt engineer nasa office of logic design

Briefing: Independent NASA Test of RTSX-SU FPGAsIntroduction

Rich Katz, Grunt Engineer

NASA Office of Logic Design


Schedule and logistics

Schedule and Logistics

  • 9:30 amMeeting starts

  • 12:30 pmLunch. Buildings 1 and

    21 have cafeterias

  • 1:45 pmMeeting resumes

  • Work until we're done

Audio and video recording is not permitted.


Presenters

Presenters

John CampbellThe Aerospace Corporation

Frank CappsNorthrop Grumman Space Technology

Daniel K. ElftmannActel Corporation

Rich KatzNASA Office of Logic Design

Noriko YamadaJAXA


Briefing topics

Briefing Topics

10: Introduction

11: Comparison of A54SX-A/UMC and RTSX-SU Differences

12: Timing Analysis for MEC Tiger Team Results

20: Summary of NASA Experiment Results

RT54SX-S/MEC

RTSX-SU/UMC

21: KU1, KU2, KM1, KM2 Anomalies and Failure Analysis Update

22: Single S-Antifuse and Programming Update

23: KU3 and KU4 Plans

30: ESD Update: Process Improvements and ESD Mechanisms

40: Summary of The Aerospace Corporation Results

41: Long-term Test (A54SX-A/UMC)

42: Space Qualification Test (RTSX-SU)

50: FIT Rate Calculations of RTSX-SU/UMC FPGAs

60: Summary of JAXA Experiment Results

70: RTAX-S Qualification

80: Discussion: Post Programming Electrical Testing and Burn-In

Risk vs. Rewards

90: Open Discussion


Family of sx a sx s and sx su fpgas

Family of SX-A, SX-S, and SX-SU FPGAs

A54SX32A RTSX32SU RT54SX32S A54SX32A

UMC UMC MEC MEC

0.22µm 0.25µm 0.25µm 0.25µm


A few application notes based on recently observed oopses

A few application notes(based on recently observed “oopses”)


Rco s

RCO’s


Rich katz grunt engineer nasa office of logic design

0000 0

0001 1

0010 2

0011 3

0100 4

0101 5

0110 6

0111 7

1000 8

1001 9

1010 10

1011 11

1100 12

1101 13

1110 14

1111 15

0000 16

A

B

C

D

DQ

DFC1B

CLR

DQ

DFC1B

CLR

DQ

DFC1B

CLR

DQ

DFC1B

CLR

Y

TCNT

AND 4

CLK

CLK

CLK

CLK

CLDCK

ACLR

Implementation Level

Terminal count of

a 4-bit synchronous

counter.


Rich katz grunt engineer nasa office of logic design

Asynchronous DecodingGlitch Generation

01111111111111

10000000000000

11111111011111

11111111100000

Because of unequal propagation delays, the sequence can momentarily go through state 11111111111111 generating a glitch.


Clock skew

Clock skew


Clock skew schematics

Q

Q

Q

Q

Q

Q

Q

Q

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

Clock Skew: Schematics


Clock skew vhdl

Clock Skew: VHDL

Library IEEE;

Use IEEE.Std_Logic_1164.All;

Entity Skew Is

Port ( Clk : In Std_Logic;

D : In Std_Logic;

Q : Out Std_Logic );

End Skew;

Library IEEE;

Use IEEE.Std_Logic_1164.All;

Architecture Skew of Skew Is

Signal ShiftReg : Std_Logic_Vector (31 DownTo 0);

Begin

P: Process ( Clk )

Begin

If Rising_Edge (Clk)

Then Q <= ShiftReg(0);

ShiftReg (30 DownTo 0) <= ShiftReg (31 DownTo 1);

ShiftReg (31) <= D;

End If;

End Process P;

End Skew;

Simple 32-bit element shift register


Clock skew timing model

TH

TROUTE

TCQ

FF2

FF1

Q

Q

D

D

TSKEW

Clock Skew: Timing Model


Nasa meeting summary

NASA Meeting Summary

  • January 2004, Independent Assessment Team

    • Finding: Device overstress, testing issues

    • Finding: One residual antifuse failure.

  • April 2004, Design Seminar

    • Understanding, identification, and reduction of stress

  • July 2004, Briefing: Actel RTSX-S and RTSX-SU

    • RTSX-SU Introduced

  • September 2004, Briefing: RTSX-S and RTSX-SU

    • RT54SX-S antifuse failures in low-stress condition

    • Early RTSX-SU reliability data

  • February 2005, Briefing: Independent NASA Test of RTSX-SU FPGAs

    • ESD Sensitivity

  • February 2005, Briefing: Independent NASA Test of RTSX-SU FPGAs

    • Let’s get to work.

  • 2005 MAPLD International Conference - September, 2005


Upcoming seminars

Upcoming Seminars

  • Pyrotechnic Initiators, Applications, and Lessons Learned (June 7, 2005)

  • "This is what we find in this stuff.” (July, 2005)

  • 2005 MAPLD International Conference Seminars (September 6, 2005)

    • Signal Integrity, Power Integrity, and Interfacing

    • Space Plug-and-play Avionics (SPA) Technical Committee/Workshop

    • Device Failure Modes and Reliability

    • Reconfigurable High-Performance Computing


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