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Re: Part III: Selecting a Modular Test Systems Architecture
LevitonDave   6/6/2012 1:43:40 PM
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For Rick when he joins:

Can you address the performance issues between purpose build tests vs. software defined tests. For high volume testing this can be an issue.

Also can you discuss the limitations of software defined testing where there are custom/device specific tests in purpose built instruments and how they may impact test design approaches.

For Rick when he joins:

Can you address the performance issues between purpose build tests vs. software defined tests. For high volume testing this can be an issue.

Also can you discuss the limitations of software defined testing where there are custom/device specific tests in purpose built instruments and how they may impact test design approaches.

For Rick when he joins:

Can you address the performance issues between purpose build tests vs. software defined tests. For high volume testing this can be an issue.

Also can you discuss the limitations of software defined testing where there are custom/device specific tests in purpose built instruments and how they may impact test design approaches.



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