Clifton, NJ (PRWEB) August 21, 2012
Joseph Federico NJ MET Vice President and Director of Operations has officially announced a lecture scheduled for the DMSMS show on in New Orleans, LA on August 27th through 31st at The Hyatt Regency.
Joseph Federico, of NJ MET in Clifton, NJ will be speaking on the testing of electronic microcircuits and will illustrate updated methods in proper electrical testing protocols that should be exercised in testing a component for its functional and parametric performance.
The test objectives are to exercise the DC and AC Functional and Parametric requirements 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.
“After supervising electronics testing for over thirty years, I strongly feel that by exercising the proper testing methodologies, the attendees at the DMSMS conference would have more confidence in the distribution and performance of these products” said Joseph Federico from NJMET’s engineering headquarters in Clifton, NJ.
NJ MET, a Clifton NJ based company, is an industry leader in testing electronic components both for performance and to ensure that the parts are not counterfeit components. NJ MET’s Mission Imposter® Counterfeit Component Detection Program (http://njmetmtl.com/mission.aspx) is a multi-step inspection and testing process used by engineers and engineering assistants to prevent counterfeit product distribution
Visit NJMET's at DMSMS 2012 at booth 333.For more information on the electronics testing lecture at The DMSMS, or to learn more of NJ MET’s Mission Imposter® Risk Mitigation Electronics Program, please call Joseph Federico at NJ Met’s headquarters in Clifton NJ @ 973-546-5393