The Dynex MAS31750 is a high-performance, radiation-hardened, 16-bit microprocessor developed by Dynex Semiconductor. The chip, which implements the MIL-STD-1750A standard, has been used in multiple spacecraft missions.
The MAS31750 has been used in multiple spacecrafts missions, including:
- Rosetta spacecraft, a robotic spacecraft designed to perform a detailed study of comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko
- Double Star satellite, a joined satellite missions by the CNSA and the ESA to investigate Earth's magnetosphere.
- Cluster spacecraft, an European Space Agency spacecraft
- GOMOS, an instrument on board the Envisat satellite.
- Instrument Control Units; Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus
- The Double Star magnetic field investigation: instrument design, performance and highlights of the first year’s observations
- Holsti, N. & Pastila, T.; GOMOS Instrument Pointing Control Software; Data Systems in Aerospace