Single-Event Effects in Low-Cost, Low-Power Microprocessors

@article{Quinn2014SingleEventEI,
  title={Single-Event Effects in Low-Cost, Low-Power Microprocessors},
  author={Heather M. Quinn and Tom Fairbanks and Justin L. Tripp and George Duran and Beatrice Lopez},
  journal={2014 IEEE Radiation Effects Data Workshop (REDW)},
  year={2014},
  pages={1-9}
}
ARMs and microcontrollers are low-cost, low-power microprocessors that are frequently used in embedded computing. While not immune to the naturally occurring radiation environment in space, these microprocessors can be worthwhile replacements for space-grade microprocessors for non-mission-critical computational tasks. In this paper results from radiation testing for several available ARMs and microcontrollers are presented. 
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