Engineers must design PMIC test solutions that can accommodate future technical requirements while reducing overall cost.
NI Expertise Overview
Advancements in semiconductor technology often result in the need for new, costly stand-alone test equipment that can quickly become obsolete as technologies evolve. As companies strive to reduce the cost, size, and footprint of PMIC test systems, balancing these requirements becomes difficult.
NI PXI-based systems include high-performance source measure units (SMUs), oscilloscopes, arbitrary waveform generators, and digital instruments designed to meet a broad range of AC and DC measurement needs for PMIC validation, characterization, and production test. With the flexibility of these modular PXI solutions, engineers can upgrade specific hardware and software components to meet future needs without the costly replacement of an entire system.
The PXI Digital Pattern Instrument is designed for semiconductor characterization and production test. It includes the Digital Pattern Editor for configuring pin maps, specifications, levels, timing, and patterns.