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Smart Portable Test Equipment for ATE Applications

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3/19/13 11:00 am to 3/19/13 12:00 pm EST

Chi Man Shum

Technical Education Training Series

Title: Smart Portable Test Equipment for ATE Applications

Date: March 19, 2013

Time: 8:00 AM PT/ 11:00 AM ET/ 3:00 PM UTC

Presented by: Mini-Circuits

Description:

Mini-Circuits has developed a family of low cost smart portable test equipments (PTE) that can provide quick and accurate test results without a big investment in laboratory equipments. New 2nd generation products include super-wide band signal generator, high performance true RMS power sensor, ultra low loss and high isolation electro-mechanical switch, and rack mount test solutions for ATE applications. Our PTE products, when combined with application specific software, can significantly reduce test time and increase production throughput. All products include built-in user-friendly GUI for users without prior programming experience. 

Presenter:
Mr. Chi Man Shum, Worldwide Portable Test Equipment Applications Manager, Mini-Circuits

Chi Man is currently the Worldwide Portable Test Equipment Applications Manager at Mini-Circuits, where he leads the product introduction and marketing of smart power sensors, frequency counters, I/O control boxes, switch matrices, synthesized signal generators, and rack mounted test systems for high speed automated production requirements. Previously, also at Mini-Circuits as the Applications Manager, he managed and trained the sales team in the promotion of signal- processing components such as VCOs, frequency synthesizers, mixers, power dividers, and filters into both commercial and military markets.

Chi Man started his career in the laser industry as a research scientist specializing in electro-optics devices with applications in RF communications. He holds a Ph.D. degree in physics from Stevens Institute of Technology (Hoboken, NJ) in 1990.

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