Instructor: Thomas Green
Description: The US military specifications for the manufacture of hybrids and RF microwave modules can be confusing and overwhelming to the inexperienced user. This course is designed to explain in a logical manner the quality and manufacturing requirements for building custom Class K hybrids for military and space applications.
The governing document is MIL-PRF-38534 Hybrid Performance Specification, which in turn further calls out specific test methods in MIL-STD-883L Test Methods and Procedures for Microelectronic Devices. Mil 883 is a collection of destruct and non-destruct test methods used as screening and qualification tests to verify microelectronic performance requirements and to assess the reliability of finished modules.
The course is intended for anyone interested in gaining better insight and understanding of the quality and process control requirements for hi reliability space and military products, specifically component and quality engineers working in this industry.
Topic 1: Overview of MIL-PRF-38534 Hybrid Performance Specification
Topic 2: MIL-PRF-38534 General Hybrid Specification
Topic 3: Overview of MIL-STD-883 test methods and procedures required for Space qualified Hybrids and RF MMIC Modules
Topic 4: Group B, C and D Periodic Inspection Test Methods Failure Analysis Tools and Techniques