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Book chapter

High temperature submicron SOI CMOS technology characterization for analog and digital applications up to 300°C

P. 229-234.
Petrosyants K. O., Lebedev S. V., Sambursky L. M., Stakhin V. G., Kharitonov I. A., Ismail-zade M. R., Ignatov P. V.

Currently, an increasing number of applications are demanding for electronic units capable of operating reliably in the high temperature range: automotive, airplane and space vehicles, geothermal and nuclear energy generation, deep hole drilling [1]–[5]. Today there are two main trends in high-temperature electronics: 1) device sizes scaling for high performance and low-power digital applications (microprocessors, memories, logic circuits etc.), 2) increasing diversification and specialization of analog applications: high resolution ADCs, voltage references, on-engine sensors (temperature probe, thermocouple, strain gauges, frequency), single ASICs etc.