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MIL-PRF-Training Course


Learn about MIL-PRF-19500 and MIL-PRF-19500-p specification that establishes the general performance requirements for semiconductor devices. Participants will learn how the product assurance is provided by effective screening, conformance inspection, and process controls to mitigate risk.

MIL-PRF-19500 Training discusses screening requirements that all parts are submitted to as well as Quality Conformance inspection consisting of one or more of Group A, B, C, D and E for acceptance of the design of the process and of the production lot.

Learn about MIL-PRF-19500 and how it is applied to discrete components such as MOSFETs and Schottkys. QPL discrete components have been qualified per MIL-PRF-19500.

To guarantee mission assurance and standardization of parts as the highest priorities, MIL-PRF-19500 specification establishes a heritage program of semiconductor devices the military and space community can rely on to be dependable and available:

  • Detail requirements and characteristics are specified in the specification sheets.
  • Revisions to this specification and specification sheets are structured to assure the interchangeability of devices of the same part type regardless of manufacturing date code or conformance inspection (CI) completion date.
  • Four quality levels for encapsulated devices are provided for in this specification, differentiated by the prefixes JAN, JANTX, JANTXV, and JANS.
  • Eight radiation hardness assurance (RHA) levels are provided for the JANTXV and JANS quality levels.
  • These are designated by the letters M, D, P, L, R, F, G, and H following the quality level portion of the prefix.
  • Two quality levels for unencapsulated devices are provided for in this specification, differentiated by the prefixes JANHC and JANKC.


MIL PRF 19500 Training is a 2-day course designed for:

  • Testing engineers
  • Testing technicians
  • Instrumental engineers
  • Quality engineers for instruments
  • Troubleshooting team personnel, involved in resolving the microcircuits and semiconductors
  • Professionals involved in developing and overseeing the test methods of microcircuits and semiconductors
  • The individuals who work with microcircuits and semiconductors

Training Objectives

Upon the completion of MIL-PRF-19500 Training, the attendees are able to:

  • Understand the scope, purposes, and applications of each MIL PRF 19500
  • Understand the terminology and acronyms used in these standards
  • Understand the concepts and rationale behind each of these standards
  • Become aware of the recent updates associated with these standards
  • Understand the methods procedures
  • Adjust the test methods and apply them
  • Develop protocols to follow these standards
  • MIL-PRF-19500 Screening and Quality Conformance Inspection Requirements

Course Outline

Overview of MIL-PRF-19500

  • MIL-PRF-19500P
  • MIL-PRF-19500 Specification
  • Acceptable Quality Levels (AQL)
  • Lot Total Percent Defective (LTPD)
  • MIL-PRF-19500 documents
  • Qualification
  • Qualified manufacturers list (QML)
  • Semiconductor common definitions
  • Transistor definitions
  • Diode and rectifier definitions
  • Classes of thyristors definitions
  • Optoelectronidevice definitions
  • Electrical and environmental stress screening definitions vii

MIL-PRF-19500 Certification options

  • MIL-PRF-19500 options of JAN (except for JANS) certification
  • Diminishing manufacturing sources (DMS) provisions
  • Performance requirements for JAN, JANTX, JANTXV, and JANS devices, and JANHC and JANKC die
  • QML-19500
  • Transitional certification
  • DMS approval
  • Conversion of specification sheet requirements
  • Product identification and traceability
  • Inspection and test
  • Control of measuring and test equipment
  • Inspection and test status
  • Handling, storage, packaging, and delivery
  • Quality records
  • Internal quality audits
  • Training
  • Quality level for encapsulated devices
  • Quality level for unencapsulated devices
  • Manufacturers and critical interface identifiers
  • RHA designator
  • Component designation
  • Identification number
  • Suffix letters
  • Device substitutions

MIL-PRF-19500P Specification

  • Quality management (QM) program
  • QM approach
  • technical review board
  • quality planning
  • QM certification
  • change procedures
  • qualification, validation, optimization, and continuous improvement
  • maintaining QM program certification
  • removal of trb authority
  • Implementation date
  • Qualification
  • Performance requirements for JAN, JANTX, JANTXV, and JANS devices, and JANHC and JANKC die
  • Reference to specification sheets
  • Certification
  • Traceability
  • Certification of conformance and acquisition traceability
  • Critical interface and materials
  • Lead and terminal finish
  • Marking
  • Solderability
  • ESD control
  • Recycled, recovered, environmentally preferable or biobased materials
  • Pure tin
  • Workmanship


  • Classification of inspections
  • Quality system
  • Device verification
  • Test modification, reduction, or elimination


  • Packaging
  • Shipping containers
  • Acquisition requirements
  • Order requirements
  • Qualification
  • Supersession information
  • Methods of qualification
  • QML format
  • Subject term (key word) listing
  • PIN
  • Environmentally preferable material
  • Tin whisker growth
  • Amendment notations

Miscellaneous Requirements

  • MIL-PRF-19500 Screening Requirements
  • MIL-PRF-19500 Quality Conformance Inspection
  • MIL-PRF-19500 Group A Inspection
  • Electrical Verification
  • MIL-PRF-19500 Group B Inspection
  • Mechanical Verification (JANTX, JANTXV)



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