A customer who was somewhat sympathetic wanted to use MOSFET power supplies that were not characterized for servicing a radiation environment in a power supply application exposed to radiation. It was like asking if Play-Doh could be useful for making car tires.

In short, curing or non-curing should never be a question of using semiconductors in a radiation environment.

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John Dunn is an electronics consultant and a graduate of the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute (BSEE) and New York University (MSEE).

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