1 March 1989 Optical Disk Radiation Hardening Considerations
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Optical Engineering, 28(3), 283248 (1989). doi:10.1117/12.7976941
Abstract
Optical disk memories are assessed in simulated space radiation ionizing environments using cobalt-60 gamma rays and linear accelerator electrons. Total dose and dose rate testing of media including write-once and magneto-optic erasable technologies finds the media to be hard to over 1 Mrad (Si) of total dose over a range of dose rates. Optics, optoelectronics, and other critical technologies are considered, and hardening considerations are presented for total dose, displacement, and heavy particle radiation effects.
J. P. Retzler, P. A. Zielle, P. T. Susan, K. B. Edwards, "Optical Disk Radiation Hardening Considerations," Optical Engineering 28(3), 283248 (1 March 1989). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.7976941
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Optical discs

Radiation effects

Electrons

Gamma radiation

Ionizing radiation

Magneto-optics

Optoelectronics

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