Russian Microelectronics, Vol. 34, No. 5, 2005, pp. 269–271. Translated from Mikroelektronika, Vol. 34, No. 5, 2005, pp. 323–326. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2005 by Telets. PERSONALIA The 50th Anniversary of the Ministry of Defense’s 22 TsNIII Research Institute: Its Contributions to the National Microelectronics Integrated circuits (ICs) opened up new vistas for parameters, acceptance, storage, testing, and functional the design of ground, air, naval, and space weapons sys- checking. tems. The Ministry of Defense (MOD) has therefore As a result, the ﬁrst national standards for defense been actively involved in the development of the ICs were set in 1970–1971. national microelectronics from its beginnings. Initially the Institute dealt with ICs of small- and In the early 1960s the Soviet government issued a medium-scale integration, but a growing demand for whole series of decrees aimed at creating a research and functional capability stimulated the development of manufacturing base for the microelectronics industry in more complex ICs. Another requirement was higher the USSR. Incorporated in these documents were pro- resistance to external factors. posals formulated by prominent military theorists and These problems were ﬁrst solved by introducing technical experts of the MOD’s 22 TsNIII research micromodule and hybrid-IC technology.
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