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Effects of Energy-Deposition Variability on Soft Error Rate Prediction

ABSTRACT:

Variability in energy deposition caused by intrinsic statistical fluctuations is quantified for specific radiation environments. Variations in effective flux are observed for minimally ionizing particles, typically resulting in a decrease in predicted soft error rate, the magnitude of which depends on the edge LET. When compared to spectra accounting for energy-deposition fluctuations, predictions with traditional LET spectra in CREME96 are found to guide to conservative estimates in virtually all things.


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