The test objectives are to exercise the DC and AC Functional and Parametric requirements of the electronic components as indicated in industry specifications. -- Joseph Federico
Clifton, NJ (PRWEB) October 19, 2012
Joseph Federico, NJ MET Vice President and Director of Operations, has officially announced a lecture on electrical testing for the rescheduled DMSMS show in Orlando, Florida, November 26th through 29th at the Marriott Orlando World Center, Booth 105.
Joseph Federico of NJ MET in Clifton, NJ will be speaking on testing of electronic microcircuits. Mr. Federico will illustrate updated methods and proper electrical testing protocols that should be exercised in testing a component for its functional and parametric performance which has played a prominent role in NJ MET’s Mission Imposter Risk Mitigation Program.
“The test objectives are to exercise the DC and AC Functional and Parametric requirements of the electronic components as indicated in industry specifications. In the cases of military and aerospace design, the respective subgroups contained in those documents would suffice for the objective tests,” said Joseph Federico from NJ MET engineering headquarters in NJ.
The lecture will be presented at NJ MET’s Booth number 105. Joseph Federico will host the lecture on the following dates and times:
Monday 11/26 9:30AM
Monday 11/26 5:30PM
Tuesday 11/27 4:00PM
Wednesday 11/28 9:30AM
For more information on the electronics testing lecture at the DMSMS, or to learn more about NJ MET’s Mission Imposter® Risk Mitigation Program, please call Joseph Federico at NJ MET's headquarters in Clifton NJ @ 973-546-5393