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Single Event Effects (SEEs) with High Speed ADCs: Single Event Transient (SET), Part 2

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8/14/2018 6:58:06 PM
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Hi Paul, if you are referring to the test setup diagram this is simply how the device is connected to perform the radiation testing.  The application circuit would look different and would depend on the particular application that the ADC is being used for, i.e. communications, test/measurement, radar, etc.

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Technically an SET could also be considered as an SEU for a high speed ADC since it is likely that an ion strike could cause an SEU that results in a transient event that we would call an SET.
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