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Jun 10, 2020

Digital I/O Hardware Handshaking Using GX5280/GX5290 Series

This article demonstrates how to use GX5280/GX5290 Series external events as hardware handshakes to control test pattern execution Read more...


Apr 8, 2020

Appending Multiple Digital Test Patterns to Reduce Test Time

The following article describes how to streamline a digital application by merging digital test patterns into one compressed file that can be loaded once and accessed for each digital test. The examples provided use the GtDio6x and ATEasy software packages to program and control PXI GX5960 series or the GX5296 digital IO boards. Read more...


Apr 3, 2020

Translating STIL, WGL, VCD, EVCD and Teradyne ATP files to DIO/DIO6x Files

DioEasy-FIT and GtDio6x-FIT (File Import Toolkit) allows test engineers to easily import STIL, WGL, VCD, EVCD simulation and Teradyne ATP files to DIO or DIO6x files which are used by MTS digital I/O cards. The FIT when coupled with Marvin’s DIOEasy/GTDIO6x vector development / waveform display tools brings a powerful desktop tool set for debugging and developing digital test vectors for all MTS digital instruments without hardware. This article describes how to use the FIT converter tool to convert files. Read more...


May 7, 2012

PMU Functionality with the GX5960 Series

Overview of the PMU API Functions supported by the GX5960 Series Digital Subsystem Read more...


May 6, 2016

Importing Teradyne* DTB files to the Marvin Test Solutions GX5960 Digital Subsystem

This KB article describes how to import an existing .DTB file to the Marvin Test Solutions GX5960 Digital Subsystem, remap .DTB assigned pin numbers to physical pins, execute the digital burst, and query the instrument for real time compare errors. Read more...


Apr 16, 2014

Proper Termination of High-Speed Digital Signals

To guarantee good signal quality in a digital environment, it is important to understand when termination is required and the different methods of terminating a transmission line. Read more...

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Mar 24, 2016

Test Connections March 2016

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Mar 25, 2015

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Sep 4, 2013

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Aug 24, 2012

Geotest Test Connections August 2012

Newsletter Section(s): Product Highlight; Did You Know

Jun 29, 2012

Geotest Test Connections June 2012

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Mar 13, 2012

Geotest Test Connections March 2012

Newsletter Section(s): Product Highlight; Solution Spotlight

Dec 13, 2011

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Nov 1, 2011

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Mar 17, 2011

Geotest Test Connections March 2011

Newsletter Section(s): Focus On

Jan 26, 2011

Geotest Test Connections January 2011

Newsletter Section(s): In The News

Oct 20, 2010

Geotest Test Connections October 2010

Newsletter Section(s): Focus On; Product Highlight

Sep 7, 2010

Geotest Test Connections September 2010

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Results from Blog Articles

Adam Wells

Feb 02, 2021

Data Collection and Storage, Testing Today – Predicting Tomorrow

How is it we put a man on the moon in 1969, but today we still can’t figure out when an aircraft electrical system is about to fail? Electrical failures are unique, as I’ve seen aircraft fail in flight on their first mission, even though they passed operational testing the day before. How can this be, since it just PASSED?  Read more...

Adam Wells

Jan 21, 2021

Robust Construction, Built for Combat

Have you ever wondered if the engineer who designed a system to be utilized on a military flightline has in fact, ever been on a flightline? I know I have, from installing difficult gun systems on fighter aircraft to using Vietnam-era support equipment on fifth generation aircraft, I’ve wondered “Who designed this?” The same can be said for test sets. The truth is, many test sets which are employed on flightlines around the world made me cringe at the thought of having to use them.  Read more...

Adam Wells

Nov 17, 2020

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Speed – Speed – Speed, Test Results at the Speed of Operations

What if you learned it takes nearly three hours to complete one F-16 armament scheduled functional check? Then what if you learned approximately 30,000 man hours are used to complete all F-16 armament schedule maintenance testing each year? Now what if I told you this could be slashed to just 7,000 hours annually, which is over a 75% man hour reduction?  Read more...

Adam Wells

Nov 04, 2020

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Power Source That Fits in Your Pocket

Batteries - alkaline, lithium, lithium-ion, mercury, silver oxide, zinc air, lead acid, nickel-cadmium, nickel metal hydride, and the list goes on.  Read more...

Jon Semancik

Oct 28, 2020

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5G / mmWave 53 GHz Production Test Performance

mmWave beamforming devices are essential for implementing phased array and mmWave antennas, and with the emergence of 5G networks the demand for these devices continues to grow.  Production test of these devices has been both complicated and slow, especially with the emergence of multi-port beamforming devices (5, 9 and even 17 mmWave ports) designed for 5G NR networks.   Read more...

Adam Wells

Oct 10, 2020

Active vs Passive Testing, Closing the Armament Test Gap

Observe or interact, what would be the preferred method if the required result is full understanding of a scenario? This is the question users must look at when selecting a test method.  Read more...

Adam Wells

Oct 10, 2020

Test Fidelity vs Test Results: The Truth Behind the Results

Have you ever wondered what is going on, or went on, when the test set you are using only provides you with a green or red light result?   Read more...

Adam Wells

Jul 25, 2020

Emulation Testing, Be the Munitions

When you hear simulation, emulation, or real-device-testing does it mean anything, or are they just fancy engineering terms? Well, the fact is these terms have meaning which can greatly affect your test result outcomes within a digital environment, and create a large test gap.  Read more...

Adam Wells

Jun 23, 2020

Power of a Test Report, Seeing is Believing

I wonder what my test set actually does. All I know is that I get a red light or green light resulting in a longer or shorter day. And why does a test pass when I run it once and sometimes fails during the second or third attempt?   Read more...

Adam Wells

May 20, 2020

The Challenges of Fighter Armament Testing

Testing today’s fighter aircraft weapons digital communication systems is challenging, but when attempted by non-proficient and ill-equipped maintainers the task becomes nearly impossible. Two major challenges will be examined which are being faced by many units operating fighter aircraft with Smart (digital) munitions.   Read more...