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High Reliability Electronics Standards High reliability and military electronics standards address the design and production of electronics that have to meet high minimum requirements for reliability due to how and where they are used. With military applications and the aerospace industry as obvious sources of such demand, the automotive industry contributes its demand for extremely reliable electronics, expanding the field further.

MilSpecs, consisting of military handbooks (MIL-HDBK) and military standards (MIL-STD), are documents from the U.S. Department of Defense, outlining performance characteristics rather than design specifications. Separate from the government, SAE International develops standards for the aerospace and automotive industries. Other developers, such as TechAmerica and international standards organizations, contribute standards to the field of high reliability electronics as well. Together, these SDOs provide a strong foundation and knowledgebase from which compliant high reliability electronics can be designed, manufactured, and distributed.

For more information, check out ANSI blog posts on high reliability electronics and the detection of counterfeit electronics in supply chains.

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High Reliability Electronics Standards High Reliability Electronics Standards

Standards for high reliability electronics are a constellation of documents from different standards developing organizations, each contributing in their field of expertise. Here, the Government Electronics & Information Technology Association (GEIA) and TechAmerica, the organization GEIA merged into, have published standards dealing with the electronics themselves. The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), contributed standards detailing the testing of electronics for counterfeiting, alteration, and so forth. ISO and IEC, both wide ranging international standards organizations, published standards addressing interoperability and universal models for reliability prediction. In essence, as reliability in electronics is such an important issue, and touches upon so many different aspects, everyone contributes their share of knowledge.


High Reliability Electronics Mil Spec Standards High Reliability Electronics Mil Spec Standards

MilSpecs for high reliability electronics are a combination of military standards (MIL-STD) and military handbooks (MIL-HDBK) that focus on performance criteria without specifying the design details to allow for maximum innovation on the part of designers while still producing provably reliable electronics in the end. Given the conditions under which the military operates and with how little room for error it does so, the electronics that are used have to be reliable to a degree that consumer markets generally do not demand, in situations that ordinary consumers will not encounter, and subjected to conditions that are unique to the military.


High Reliability Electronics SAE Standards High Reliability Electronics SAE Standards

Standards from SAE for high reliability electronics address automotive electronics, as well as those for the aerospace industry. The electronics within a car, a fast moving, heavy object that contains within itself living people, must be reliable enough to trust with such a precious cargo. Electronics in the aerospace industry, whether designed for enormous passenger jets or for pivotal fighter jets, only raise the stakes involved higher, further solidifying the need for a standardized approach to electronics shown to be reliable in the environments and circumstances they will face.


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