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Production Testing is sometimes called in-line testing. That is the PCB or assembly is completed but is only a sub-assembly. There can be many sub-assemblies to get to the final product. In-line testing is used to make sure sub-assemblies are fully functional per engineering standards, then sent to the stock room to be issued for the next assembly level. This procedure assures but does NOT guarantee that the final product will pass final testing.

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You fundamentally misunderstand the data-sheet. These numbers are guaranteed Max/Min values and you use them as part of your design. If you are driving into the SOC then you must make those levels, …
answered Jun 20 '16 by placeholder
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In the semiconductor industry these are called DUT (for Device Under Test) or Load boards and they map from the ide pins to the tester standard connection format. They can be fairly expensive because …
answered May 2 '13 by placeholder
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There are various methods of modelling yield that are appropriate during different process steps. The most conservative is the exponential rule and therefore the safest to model with (you will produc …
answered Aug 23 '13 by placeholder