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The role of test instrumentation in integrated diagnostics and common testers

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1 Author(s)
R. E. Hiebert ; Colorado Data Syst. Inc., Englewood, CO, USA

The author examines the instrument hardware and programming environments and the role that recent advances in instrumentation can play in helping to achieve test system commonality. He considers the aspects of commonality that are affected by test equipment, the capabilities and limitations of the instrument environment, and the criteria affecting these abilities, including the differences and similarities between integrated diagnostics and common testers approaches

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AUTOTESTCON '90. IEEE Systems Readiness Technology Conference. 'Advancing Mission Accomplishment', Conference Record.

Date of Conference:

17-21 Sep 1990