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  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    What's behind the ATE standards wars? SAN JOSE, Calif. -- During the Semicon West trade show here this week, suppliers of automatic test equipment (ATE) turned what could have been a sleepy event into major and vociferous battle over standards in the chip-testing business. Advantest Corp
  • Computer Power User Article - What's Happening
    tape drive standards include LTO (Linear Tape Open), backed by HP and IBM, and AIT (Advanced Intelligent Tape), backed by Sony and others. PCI Express, InfiniBand Debut In Sandia Cluster Sandia Labs will test the PCI Express and InfiniBand standards with its newest HPC cluster.
  • Current State of Surge Testing Induction Machines
    Surge testing of motor coils has been an industry practice since J. L. Rylander published "A High Frequency Voltage Test for Insulation of Rotating Electrical Apparatus" in Transactions of the AIEE, in February of 1926. Since that time the use of surge testing to diagnose failing or damaged
  • Medical Device Link .
    with a single drop of quality control solution. The UniDose glucose meter check control, a foil package containing test solution for glucose meters, is smaller than a standard business card and virtually just as thin. The easily opened control packet is made of laminated foil. Current control
  • Characterization Techniques for Miniature Low Power X-Ray Tubes
    output stability a spotstability. test is performed. Relative standard deviations of less than 1% are typical. Leakage current must be very low since operating conditions are typically less than 10. µA of emission current. In the case of arcing tubes the measurement of leakage current
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    for delivery of new chip testers and explosive growth in outsourcing of manufacturing steps, independent test subcontractors say they are now suffering from a capacity crunch and having a hard time keeping up with demand. Several leading test subcontractors cite an unexpected surge in business
  • 2003 Mustang Cobra
    at an awkward angle to the driver, making it a bit difficult to get at. The gearing is close and it's easy to shift into the wrong gear until you get the hang of it. The clutch, which is too stiff for my liking, combined with the hard shifting, makes driving the Cobra quite a workout. Our test vehicle
  • 2001 Saab 9-3 SE convertible
    system adjusts braking and throttle to help give the wheels a firm grip on the road during bad weather. Unfortunately, the weather during the test-drive week was beautiful, so I didn't get to experience the system firsthand. Conversely, the beautiful weather gave me plenty of opportunities to drop

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