Product characterization is used throughout the design cycle, starting with components, then moving on to PC boards and mechanical enclosures and finally the whole product. This webcast breaks down the process of product characterization and data logging and discusses the use of the major test components including sensors, signal conditioning, multiplexers, A/D converters and PC connectivity. Learn how to make better low frequency measurements, considerations for transducers and other test components, and tips for automating solutions for reliable and repeatable tests.

Who should attend:
Engineers who design/develop products, assemblies and sub-assemblies and who would like to more effectively characterize their DUT

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Bill Griffith, Application Engineering and Marketing Lead, Agilent Technologies, Inc
Bill Griffith is a marking engineer for Agilent Technologies in Loveland Colorado. He graduated from Colorado State University in 1988 and joined HP’s Loveland Instrument Division. Since then he has work in application engineering and marketing for basic and general-purpose instruments. Bill has been involved with data acquisition for twenty two years and has worked with three generations of DAC systems.