Presentation 2000/3/17
Optical Fiber Data Collection and Transmission System for Environmental Test
Masayoshi KAMIYA, Hiroaki IKEDA, Shigenobu SHINOHARA,
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Abstract(in English) This paper describes a data collection and transmission system using optical fiber links, and its practical applications to the automatic environmental tests for electronic components and devices. To ensure simple, easy, and reliable operation, the measurement functions are integrated using PCs and characterized by automatic operation of test setups. This system was practically applied to collect test data acquired from vibration and temperature test setups. Vibration and temperature of the electronic components or devices under test were automatically measured so that data was collected and transmitted with reliability and that the operator was kept safe against accidents.
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Keyword(in English) Environmental test / Automatic testing / Optical fiber link / Electronic components / Electronic devices
Paper # R99-45,CPM99-168
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Conference Date 2000/3/17(1days)
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Title (in English) Optical Fiber Data Collection and Transmission System for Environmental Test
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Keyword(1) Environmental test
Keyword(2) Automatic testing
Keyword(3) Optical fiber link
Keyword(4) Electronic components
Keyword(5) Electronic devices
1st Author's Name Masayoshi KAMIYA
1st Author's Affiliation Hamamatsu Industrial Research Institute()
2nd Author's Name Hiroaki IKEDA
2nd Author's Affiliation Shizuoka University
3rd Author's Name Shigenobu SHINOHARA
3rd Author's Affiliation Shizuoka University
Date 2000/3/17
Paper # R99-45,CPM99-168
Volume (vol) vol.99
Number (no) 712
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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