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Integrated Systems for Industry and Space Applications 
Winter semester 2020/21
Chair of Integrated Systems (Prof. Herkersdorf)
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Angaben zur Abhaltung
1. Introduction to trends of NewSpace development
2. Influence of space environment for processing systems in satellites
3. Integrated systems for space applications: FPGA-based implementation of Data Processing System (DPS), IP-cores, memory and communication interfaces
4. Quantitative radiation effects analysis of designed DPS
5. Quantitative reliability analysis of designed DPS and implementation of measures for reliability enhancement.
Basic knowledge in electronics, circuit technology and VHDL programming
- to understand current development trends in the frame of Industry 4.0 and Space 4.0
- to understand and analyze requirements for integrated systems that shall be utilized in industry or space applications
- to apply common standards and guidelines for designing integrated systems
- to understand the environmentel effects on electronics operated in space, in particular radiation effects
- to design FPGA-based processing architectures
- to analyze the reliability of integrated systems and implement measures into integrated systems to increase reliability

In addition to the individual learning methods of the student, a deepend transfer of knowledge and skill is targeted by carrying out coordinated exercises, based on lecture contents, autonomously in groupwork. By applying theoretical findings of the lectue in practical exercises, the knowledge and skill transfer is encouraged.
Für die Anmeldung zur Teilnahme müssen Sie sich in TUMonline als Studierende*r identifizieren.
Note: Registration at TUMonline till 5th November 2020
Registration for the corresponding laboratory course (No. 0000004082) results from registration for this lecture automatically.
FPGA Design - Best Practices for Team-based Design, P. Simpson, Springer
Synthesizable VHDL Design for FPGAs; E. A. Bezerra, D. V. Lettnin; Springer
Beginning FPGA: Programming Metal; A. Pang, P. Membrey, APress
Microsemi literatur, available at www.microsemi.com
ECSS-Q-ST-60-02C – ASIC and FPGA development
ECSS-Q-HB-60-02A – Techniques for radiation effects mitigation in ASICs and FPGAs handbook
Online information
e-learning course (moodle)