Chip Makers Use New Performance Boards For Every New Chip They Develop
Chip makers use new performance boards for every new chip they develop. Since most integrated circuit/chip makers generally have large factories devoted to the testing of their chips. Hundreds of testers are typically used on a 24 hour/7 days a week basis. Each chip testers may be well over $1,000,000. So when a new chip is developed, which is often, having to go purchase hundreds of new chip testers can be a very costly option. Fortunately, most times all that is necessary is the need to change to new performance boards. These performance boards can be directly configured for the new chip and acts as the transition from the new chip to the existing testers. Most of the time, these performance boards have many reed relays carrying out the switching, allowing the integrated circuit signals from the tester to properly test the device under test.
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