NPFC - MIL-H-38534
HYBRID MICROCIRCUITS, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
|Publication Date:||26 August 1992|
This specification establishes the general requirements for hybrid microcircuits and specifies the quality and reliability assurance requirements which shall be met in the acquisition of such devices. The types of devices covered by this specification include but are not limited to hybrid microcircuits, microwave hybrid microcircuits, and multichip modules (MCM's). Detail requirements, specific characteristics, and other provisions which are sensitive to the particular intended use shall be specified in the applicable device acquisition specification. Three quality assurance requirement options directed at, but not limited to, low volume custom devices, medium volume custom or catalog devices, and high volume catalog standard hybrid microcircuits (table I, options 1, 2, and 3, respectively) are provided for in this specification. Two quality assurance levels for hybrid microcircuits classes K and H, are also provided for in this specification.
Hybrid microcircuits conforming to this specification are intended for use for Government hybrid microcircuit application and logistic purposes. For maximum cost effectiveness while maintaining... View More
Hybrid microcircuits conforming to this specification are intended for use for Government hybrid microcircuit application and logistic purposes. For maximum cost effectiveness while maintaining essential quality and reliability requirements, it is recommended that, for initial acquisitions for original equipment complements, the device class appropriate to the need of the application (see 3.4) be acquired. For acquisition of spare parts for logistic support, it is recommended that, unless otherwise specified, all. hybrid microcircuits be acquired to class H requirements.View Less