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benchmark circuits

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 15 03:18:09 EDT 2012 | abc24

Hi... i want to know what is benchmark circuits and where it is used??

benchmark circuits

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 16 10:08:24 EDT 2012 | davef

Here's a couple of articles that may help * http://www.cerc.utexas.edu/itc99-benchmarks/itsw.bench.pdf * http://web.eecs.umich.edu/~jhayes/iscas/ * http://www.eng.auburn.edu/~strouce/analogbc/BCpaper.pdf

Industry benchmark ppm number

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 25 08:48:45 EDT 1998 | raymond

Is there an industry standard in calculating SMT process PPM level for benchmarking purpose ? What are the industry benchmark ppm number for some of the defects like solder short for 20-mil QFP, tomstone problem for 0603 components etc....

Re: Industry benchmark ppm number

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 25 12:58:13 EDT 1998 | Earl Moon

Is there an industry standard in calculating SMT process PPM level for benchmarking purpose ? What are the industry benchmark ppm number for some of the defects like solder short for 20-mil QFP, tomstone problem for 0603 components etc....

AOI ( automated optical inspection) benchmark

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 17 22:03:11 EST 2002 | dbonilla

Hi: I am doing a research to compare the a new high resolution digital color inspection system with other technologies in the market. May someone give me a feedback about which equipment and technology is the best?. Thanks

AOI ( automated optical inspection) benchmark

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 18 10:59:27 EST 2002 | dbonilla

Thanks for your feedback. May you give me an advise if it is better to use X ray inspection intead of optical inspection if we don't have 0201 and 0402 components?

AOI ( automated optical inspection) benchmark

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 21 03:43:49 EST 2002 | madreindeer

David, I can say this we have 2 vision systems Orbotech and Omron. Both working OK but there is a problem with both....They find a solderballs in board and there is no solderballs! Otherwise can not tell what is a best system. Regards, MadReind

AOI ( automated optical inspection) benchmark

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 18 09:58:51 EST 2002 | caldon

I am not a fan of "Gold Board" type of inspection. There are many new sophisticated ways of inspection one being neural networking. This is a method where learning occurs by exposure to a truthed set of inputs and outputs data where the algorythim in

AOI ( automated optical inspection) benchmark

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 18 17:27:03 EST 2002 | hgwells

Agilent has a great article on determining whether automated optical inspection (AOI) or automated x-ray inspection (AXI) is right for you. It's a PDF file that can found here: http://www.ate.agilent.com/EMT/LIBRARY/X-RAY/DOCS/59883661en.pdf To sum

AOI ( automated optical inspection) benchmark

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 19 13:37:48 EST 2002 | PeteC

When evaluating AOI you must first define what type of inspections you want the system to perform, pre-solder or post-solder. What separates many mfgs. of these systems is how effective they are at finding post solder defects. This is where camera re

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