When: Wednesday, September 7th, 2016 at 11:00 AM EST

Where: Presented online by Microwave Journal. Register now at:


Speaker: Lee Whiting, Applications Manager, Mini-Circuits

Presentation Abstract:
Mini-Circuits has developed an innovative, modular test platform, designed to speed up the development process and flexibility of automated test systems. The platform uses a modular design with common, in-stock components to drive down the initial investment cost and allow a custom test rack to be quoted within 24 hours of a new request, then built and shipped within 2 weeks of an order. These systems make use of Mini-Circuits’ full range of high reliability mechanical switches and our industry leading programmable attenuators which provide up to 120 dB of attenuation range in 0.25 dB steps. Placing these essential test system building blocks on the front panel also allows the system to be easily re-purposed to cover future test scenarios, therefore significantly reducing recurring Engineering costs.

This webinar will also detail Mini-Circuits’ approach to custom test requirements, from switch matrices to full production test systems, with all the hardware and software support necessary. Mini-Circuits’ Test Development Team will work in partnership with your company, developing the system specifications with your team before building and delivering the reliable and repeatable test system you require; freeing up your own valuable Engineering resource in the process.

Who Should Attend: Engineers, managers, and program managers interested in RF and microwave test and measurement. Students welcome!

Mini-Circuits is pleased to sponsor this informative webinar as part of our ongoing commitment to support our customers and friends in the industry with informative content. We hope you will join us for this educational online presentation.

Registration is now open for the September 7th webinar.

Link to register: http://www.microwavejournal.com/events/1538-specifying-flexible-building-blocks-for-automated-production-test-systems

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