EPDT's 2021 PXI for Test & Measurement supplement now available online
02 May 2021
EPDT May 2021 PXI for T&M supplement cover
Included in this month’s EPDT May 2021 issue, this year's annual EPDT PXI for T&M supplement is now available in print or digital editions.
EPDT's annual PXI for T&M supplement (p21 digital issue) opens with an introduction from PXISA President, Bob Stasonis, outlining what the PXI standard is and why it matters for test & measurement (p23 digital issue or web version). The rest of the supplement features technical articles from some of the leading industry players in PXI, covering a range of T&M topics and PXI applications.
First up, signal switching & simulation specialist, Pickering Interfaces explain how flexible, modular PXI test systems can automate fault insertion to improve automotive software quality (p24 digital issue or web version).
Next up, electronics T&M expert, Keysight Technologies review why, to keep up with the demands of modern device test, a modular, integrated, software-defined test set-up is essential (p27 digital issue or web version).
Then, aerospace T&M specialist, Marvin Test Solutions discuss how PXI-based dynamic digital instrumentation with PMU functionality allows test engineers to verify connections from the tester to the device-under-test and the structural integrity of the DUT (p29 digital issue or web version).
And finally, we include a case study from nanoelectronics R&D hub, imec detailing how it used software-defined modular PXI instrumentation from computer-based T&M firm, NI to build a highly parallel measurement system for in-fab semiconductor wafer test, helping streamline the R&D process flow (p31 digital issue or web version).
EPDT's May 2021 issue also contains features covering Lighting technologies and Rail applications, plus editorial discussing the impact of ongoing semiconductor chip shortages on the electronics industry (p4 digital issue or web version).
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