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Spend time to save time!

It’s the last chance to book your place at New Electronics’ Test & Measurement Design Day.

Have you booked your place at New Electronics’ Test & Measurement Design Day yet? If not, time is running out.
Why should you make time to attend? The answer is spending a little time to save more time in the future. Test is becoming ever more complex. And it’s not just the fact that components are getting smaller. Test is all part of a process of optimising designs and reducing time to market. Not only that, it’s also about meeting quality and safety requirements.
The aerospace sector is one of the most complex and, in the keynote address to the event, Donald Blyth – chief engineer (test) with Selex Galileo – explores the challenges Selex Galileo faces and the solutions it has developed.
Selex Galileo designs, manufactures and support systems for use in a range of air, land, naval and space applications. As these systems become more complex, so too does the test environment. The company is developing test strategies from a product life cycle perspective which leverages built in test capability in conjunction with test capabilities of key suppliers and subcontractors
The day then splits into three streams: wireless test; embedded test; and software related issues. Each stream comprises two presentations, with plenty of time to discuss the issues which arise. In the wireless test stream, Anritsu will talk about MIMO test, whilst Agilent will explore the range of wireless standards and their design implications. In the embedded stream, Yokogawa will look at how mixed signal oscilloscopes are playing a greater role in test, whilst Tektronix will outline a concurrent design platform. And in the software stream, National Instruments will present three key technologies for T&M, whilst QualiSystems will explain how functional test automation can speed time to market and reduce costs.
Once the presentations are complete, you’ll have the opportunity to get ‘hands on’ in our interactive workshops. And the day is accompanied by a table top exhibition.
New Electronics’ T&M Design Day takes place at Reading’s Madejski Stadium on Thursday May 15. For more information, go to

Graham Pitcher

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