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18 December

Engineers Turn to Automated Test Equipment to Save Time

Posted by:ReadyDaq in Automation

With engineers rushing tests in order to hit tight product deadlines, the market for test equipment that automatically detects faults in semiconductors and other components is growing.

Setting aside time for testing has been a struggle for electrical engineers. The shrinking size - and increasing complexity - of semiconductor circuits is not making life any easier. Nearly 15% of wireless engineers are outsourcing final testing and more than 45% contract manufacturing – when most semiconductor testing takes place.

12 December

Semiconductor Testing

Posted by:ReadyDaq in Automation

Automated test equipment (ATE) is computer-controlled test and measurement equipment that allows for testing with minimal human interaction. The tested devices are referred to as a device under test (DUT). The advantages of this kind of testing include reducing testing time, repeatability, and cost efficiency in high volume. The chief disadvantages are the upfront costs of programming and setup.

06 December

Exploiting LabVIEW Libraries

Have you ever viewed a LabVIEW VI Hierarchy and become frustrated with not being able to locate a VI you needed to open?
Do you have large applications composed of similar modules but fear to jump, with both feet, into the learning curve of LVOOP?
Did you ever try to duplicate a sub-VI at the start of a new set of functions and find yourself deep in a nest of cross-linked VIs, or save a VI only to realize that the most suitable name has already been used?
Then using LabVIEW Libraries may be useful to you

03 December

LabVIEW Improvements

LabVIEW passed its 30 year anniversary in 2016,  and six months ago, National Instruments, has launched a considerably updated version of LabVIEW - its Next Generation LabVIEW NXG 1.0.
LabVIEW NXG is a totally reworked version of LabVIEW and this enables it to offer a considerably improved level of performance. By adopting an approach where LabVIEW has been started again from the ground up, LabVIEW NXG enables users to see significant improvements in performance as a result of the new code.




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