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TUTORIAL 5479 Obsolescence Mitigation—a Novel Approach Solves a Growing Problem

By John O&apos, Senior Business Manager and Aerospace Business Unit

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Abstract: The obsolescence of all types of electronic components, including integrated circuits (ICs), is a serious issue for many OEMs in the military and aerospace communities. The tutorial describes how the IC industry has offered several approaches to address the disruption for mil/aero OEMs. Nonetheless, when all those options are assessed, there is only one mitigation solution that really works—the Obsolescence Mitigation (OM) program from Maxim. A similar version of this article appeared on EE Times, August 29, 2012. The obsolescence of all types of electronic components, including integrated circuits (ICs), is a serious issue for many OEMs in the military and aerospace communities. Many of the ICs that these OEMs have designed into systems are, unfortunately, becoming obsolete for reasons beyond the control of these companies. This tutorial discusses some history of IC obsolescence, which will help shed light on the root cause of the problem impacting mil/aero OEMs. The history will also describe th

Topics: obsolescence, military, aerospace, obsolescence mitigation, COTS
Year: 2012
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