The rad-hard and rad-tolerant reprogrammable Virtex®- 5QV FPGA from Xilinx (San Jose, CA) supports specified Total Ionizing Dose (TID) and characterized Single-Event Effects (SEE). The space-grade field programmable gate arrays are also optimized with embedded MPUs, embedded DSP elements, built-in Ethernet MAC blocks, and high-speed serial connectivity.

The Rad-Hard and Rad-Tolerant Reprogrammable Virtex®- 5QV
Built on 65nm copper process technology, the Virtex-5QV Space Grade FPGA provides hardness to Single-Event-Upset (SEU), immunity to Single-Event Latchup (SEL), and data path protection from Single-Event Transients (SET). The Virtex-5QV FPGA contains hard-IP system level blocks, including 36-Kbit block RAM/FIFOs, second generation 25 × 18 DSP slices, SelectIO™ technology with built-in digitally controlled impedance, power-optimized high-speed serial transceiver blocks for enhanced serial connectivity, PCI Express®-compliant integrated Endpoint blocks, and Tri-mode Ethernet MACs (Media Access Controllers).

Each configuration logic block (CLB) in the device contains eight user registers. Registers are implemented with rad-hard, dual-node latches in a target-initiator configuration. The Virtex-5QV FPGA input/output blocks (IOBs) have rad-hard dual-node latch registers in all ISERDES, OSERDES, ILOGIC, and OLOGIC blocks.

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