Event Title

Improving SRAM FPGA Radiation Reliability Through Low-Level TMR Implementation

Location

Room # EB204

Start Date

5-6-2019 11:00 AM

Description

Mitigation techniques, such as TMR with repair, are used to reduce the negative effects of radiation on FPGAs deployed in space environments. While these techniques increase the robustness of the device, there is still room for improvement in the range of 100 to 1,000x. These improvements can be realized through the low-level implementation of the placement and routing on the device. This work has implemented a wide variety of techniques to realize these gains, achieving an overall improvement of 57,443x through fault-injection testing and an improvement of 350x in radiation testing.

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May 6th, 11:00 AM

Improving SRAM FPGA Radiation Reliability Through Low-Level TMR Implementation

Room # EB204

Mitigation techniques, such as TMR with repair, are used to reduce the negative effects of radiation on FPGAs deployed in space environments. While these techniques increase the robustness of the device, there is still room for improvement in the range of 100 to 1,000x. These improvements can be realized through the low-level implementation of the placement and routing on the device. This work has implemented a wide variety of techniques to realize these gains, achieving an overall improvement of 57,443x through fault-injection testing and an improvement of 350x in radiation testing.