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Sat Aug 14 17:45:58 UTC 2010
Not so much.
Mil grade just makes sure they qualify a change.
At the time we had the issues the volume on the transistors was quite high. The cost os screening was still prohibitive. They write the specs with very few limits for a reason....
On Aug 14, 2010, at 1:17 PM, Hal Murray <hmurray at megapathdsl.net> wrote:
>> Line got moved to other side of big ocean. Process got " tweaked" beta is
>> now 4x what it was.
> I'm pretty sure that military grade parts have paperwork and processes to
> cover that case. I expect it costs a lot.
> I think the same sort of service is available to high volume customers at a
> less than military price.
> Or, as Javier said:
>> I periodically receive PCNs (product change notifications) from EBV
>> Elektronik, which is a quite big european semiconductor distributor,
> So maybe it doesn't take a high volume, you just have to get plugged into the
> right paperwork flow and then read all the fine print to see if the change is
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