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2009-07-17 EMR matrices handle common ATE signals
Pickering Interfaces unveiled two new high density LXI 2-pole electromechanical relay matrices.
2010-08-04 X-band signal generator offers phase-continuous linear frequency sweeping
Vaunix introduced an X-band signal generator to their Lab Brick product line. The Lab Brick signal generators have compact size, low power consumption, and USB compatibility
2006-09-25 Window comparators for ATE apps deliver faster throughput
The new family of window comparators from Intersil enables semiconductor device testing with ATE in large voltage swing applications without the need for bus isolation relays, saving set-up time and cost
2009-05-11 Waveform digitizer addresses ATE, OEM apps
Guzik Technical Enterprises has made available its new WDM 5044 waveform digitizer, which provides up to 6GHz waveform capture and addresses demanding ATE and OEM applications
2007-01-05 Vector signal generator addresses EVM price barrier
Priced at $11,500, precisionWave's p1511A RF vector signal generator compares favorably with instruments costing several times more
2007-10-15 VCO-based microwave signal generator rolls
A fast-switching microwave signal generator ideal for data intensive applications, such as antenna test, satellite payload test, and terrestrial microwave link testing, has been introduced by Anritsu Co
2003-05-26 Tripath deploys Credence signal test system
Tripath Technology Inc. has purchased a test system by Credence Systems Corp.
2008-04-10 Switches aim at high-speed networking, ATE apps
ON Semiconductor has expanded its clock and data management portfolio with the introduction of three new devices for high-speed networking and ATE applications
2005-04-18 Signal generator leverages fast pattern-memory architecture
The new MG3700A generator from Anritsu looks like it could fill the bill with respect to price vs. performance.
2007-02-14 Signal generator has four phase synchronous channels
Novatech Instruments released its model DDS9m signal generator module, which features four phase synchronous sine wave outputs up to 170MHz, serial control, 500MHz external clock input along with an on-board TCXO, stable to 1.5ppm
2011-01-10 R&S signal generator now with electronic step attenuator
R&S SMB100A expands range up to 12.75GHz for blocking tests. R&S SMB B112 option enables the R&S SMB100A with a wear-free electronic step attenuator.
2004-02-02 Open architecture ATE tackles test woes
The basic idea behind the open architecture test system is to provide such modularization with specific focus on the use of third-party modules and test instruments.
2008-09-04 New wave of ATE consolidation emerges
Teradyne has signed an agreement to buyout fellow IC automated test equipment vendor Eagle Test Systems for approximately $250 million in cash.
2011-01-26 Module offers flexibility for ATE design
The 24-bit high-resolution dynamic signal acquisition module PCI-9527 features two 24-bit simultaneous sampling analog input channels with a sampling rate up to 432 Ksps
2007-06-22 MEMS switches target ATE apps
TeraVicta Technologies Inc. announces the addition of two new products to its switch family a double pole double throw (DPDT) and a single pole four throw (SP4T) configuration in the DC to 7GHz switch product line.
2009-12-15 Fiber-optic remote control suits PXI Express ATE
The remote controller is suited for distributed test, measurement and control systems that transfer data to and from the host PC and PXI Express instrumentation.
2013-11-04 Design the appropriate high-speed ATE hardware
Designing ATE hardware should not be taken lightly as a simple error could cost you another four to six weeks on your schedule
2009-07-07 Comment: Will LTX-Credence survive ATE arena
Mark LaPedus opines on the LTX-Credence's chances of competing against ATE big shots such as Advantest, Verigy and Teradyne
2005-12-20 ATE pin-driver chip provides differential drive and receive
Semtech is releasing its E7725 dual-channel driver and window comparator, which is billed as the first component to combine both signal drive and receive capabilities capable of driving and receiving in either single-ended or fully differential modes
2008-01-18 ATE pin devices handle up to 2Gbit/s rates
Semtech claims its new family of off-the-shelf pin electronics devices is the first to integrate two complete channels of high-performance pin electronics with data rates up to 2Gbit/s.
2006-07-11 ATE industry might slow down this year, warns Canaccord analyst
According to an analyst at Canaccord Adams, the automatic test equipment industry could slow down at the second half of this year.
2008-02-18 Voltage-feedback amp draws lowest power at 5mA
ADI is offering what it claims to be the lowest-power voltage-feedback amplifier designed for densely populated, thermally sensitive instrumentation equipment that requires high-speed signal conditioning
2010-11-22 Verigy acquires LTX-Credence
Verigy Inc. is expanding into the logic, mixed-signal and analog ATE markets with the acquisition of LTX-Credence Corp.
2004-02-02 Vectorless test: Best bet for high-speed I/O
An approach called vectorless test is emerging that offers the best of both approaches: the cost effectiveness of on-chip I/O BIST combined with ATE-based signal integrity measurements.
2004-08-02 Testing SoC interconnects using boundary scan
Delay violations occurring in the interconnects of high-speed SoCs can be tested using JTAG boundary scan architecture.
2010-12-10 Tektronix adds low-price, enhanced oscilloscope series
Tektronix has expanded its oscilloscope offerings with a mixed-signal oscilloscope series and high-bandwidth and low capacitance passive voltage probes
2007-07-05 Synopsys, UMC partner on 65/90nm connectivity IP
Synopsys announced that it has teamed with UMC to port the Synopsys DesignWare USB 2.0, PCIe, serial ATA and XAUI PHY semiconductor IP to UMC's 90nm and 65nm technologies.
2004-02-02 SoCs challenge production test methods
The success of the SoC has driven down direct silicon costs as a component of system cost, it has accentuated the very factor engineers are struggling to control: test cost.
2004-02-02 Serial storage SoCs demanding to test
The storage industry this year began widespread implementation of serial-based technologies to replace parallel physical-interface standards currently used to connect a system bus to disk storage devices.
2007-10-26 Quad equalizer extends reach of serial buses
A programmable quad equalizer from National Semiconductor extends the reach of high-speed serial buses up to 10Gbps data transmission rates, while consuming only 94mW per channel.
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