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Effective Test-Probe Assignment
Effective Test-Probe Assignment
This paper reviews the importance of test point optimization and effective test probe assignment on PCB electrical testing.
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Authored By:
Takeo Negishi
Gardien Japan Co., Ltd
Tokyo, JAPAN
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Transcript
Test point optimization for the PCB electrical test domain brings the test speed faster for the flying probe tester, and the fixture cost lower for the fixture type tester.  

The importance of optimization is increasing along with the shrink of PCB design rule, especially for the fixture type testing.  

This paper reviews the importance of test point optimization and effective test probe assignment on PCB electrical testing.
Initially Published in the IPC Proceedings
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