What is a test probe? How can I as a board design engineer improve the layout so that the boards can get tested? Which standards and guidelines for testability are out there? What do I do for RF test challenges, high speed signals, high current application and how can residual OSP be penetrated so I can access the board for production test? How do I deal with solder-flux residue on test points? If you ever wondered how to do any of that, it's time for you to join our (free) technical seminar. It's all hands on, we'll bring the components right there to show you how a test probe works. You'll be also able to download our cheat-sheet for proper DFT after the conference, but for that you need to attend in person. The target audience includes production test engineers, fixture houses, contract manufacturers, sales engineers, OEM companies who like to learn how mass-produced devices can be tested, engineering students, component buyers, circuit board design engineers who like to learn about design-for-testability strategies and anyone who has a general interest in circuit board and electronics test.
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