Duckworth, R. James
The Global Customer Service group of Teradyne, Inc., a manufacturer of automatic-test equipment, desired enhanced diagnostic tools to improve repair capabilities. Onsite work was completed at Teradyne analyzing and modifying diagnostics for the Flash 750 flash memory tester. Repair technicians tested the enhanced tools, and it was found that repair times were reduced 33% - 80+% and failures previously difficult to diagnose were readily identified. This project served as a basis for modifications to Teradyne's development of repair diagnostics.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Major Qualifying Project
Access to this report is limited to members of the WPI community. Please contact a project advisor or their department to request access
Restricted-WPI community only
Electrical and Computer Engineering