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You can find the FIT rate for Altera devices in the Reliability Report. Kindly be noted that the FIT rate for devices within the same family with the same process technology will be very similar and can be used for devices not explicitly listed in the Reliability Report.
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Hello, thank you for the document it has interesting information yet it is not related to altitude.
I am looking for information of soft errors dependance on the altitude. The higher the device is the stronger is the cosmic ray meaning the more errors occure.
Do you have those values for your FPGA?
Per my conversation with our internal team, the SER FIT document required a CNDA between customer and Intel, can you share your CNDA with intel through private message?
Hello, unfortunately I don't have it. I will try to get it from my supperiors.
My colleague just send me and email with Altera from 2015 where they confirmed usage of this FPGA up to 4000m,
Could you confirm this ?
I will try to get the document.
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