Posts in category Test Solutions

 Eight Key Phases to the Engineering ...

 Eight Key Phases to the Engineering Cycle

On any given day in the United States there are more than 300,000 people working in the field of Electronics Engineering1. Many of these engineers are employed with fast-paced technology companies and are dedicated to churning out the latest gadgets for the consumer marketplace.  Some are employed by government agencies and are involved with projects […]

Quality Counts . . . The 8 Areas that...

As the saying goes “you are only as strong as your weakest link”.  Therefore, the partners you choose to provide Engineering, PCB CAD Layout, Testing, PCB Assembly and Manufacturing could make or break your ability to provide a quality product that is both functional and profitable. Below are the Top 8 benefits your next EMS […]

SPEA installs 4060 Flying Probe at MJ...

A Special Thank You to SPEA for Installing the 4060 Flying Probe at our Phoenix Headquarters!!! Read the press release here http://www.globalsmt.net/smt/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=19775:spea-installs-4060-flying-probe-at-mjs-designs&catid=34:world&Itemid=78 Learn more about Test Solutions here http://www.mjsdesignsblog.com/category/test-solutions/ Live chat with one of our experts here www.mjsdesigns.com  

Choose your EMS Wisely

Quality isn’t just about craftsmanship. It the standards which made a process duplicable so process can be repeated over and over without compromising the quality of a product.  A quick overview of the QMS and EMS certifications that are currently in use, give us an idea of the constantly lowering tolerance for errors or systemic […]

Test Solutions and Inspections: What ...

Test Solutions and Inspections: What You Need to Know

The advantages of using various Electronics Test Solutions range from cost savings to improved unit production rates. Some inspection methods are more suitable to certain products. Reputable manufacturers use visual inspections at different points throughout the process and often provide options more precise inspections and testing. Visual Inspection:  This method involves the physical inspection of […]

Printed Circuit Boards: Replace or Re...

The PCB, or printed circuit board, is the heart of any electronics device. Components are attached to this board in different ways, though the most common is through the use of a BGA, or ball grid array. When components begin to fail it is important to know whether it is necessary to repair the PCB, […]

MJS Designs and ISO Standards

With more than 17,000 ISO Standards since its inception in 1947, it’s hard to keep track of which companies, in which industries should have which standards in place. At MJS Designs, we take compliance and meeting top industry standards to heart.  The following standards are in place, at the time of this article, December 2011. […]

Safe Void Inspection with OptiCon X-L...

Reposted with permission from www.goepel.com Safe Inspection of Dangerous Voids Wind energy, solar electricity, electro mobility … these catchwords are met continually and never before had such a global importance as today. In addition to all the advantages and safety that were enabled by these development tendencies, they put high demands to the development of […]

Quality Control vs. Product Testing

In order to understand the difference between Quality Control and Product Testing, the first step is to define each term.  For the purposes of this article, this is how MJS Designs defines the terms. In the case of Quality Control, we take our definition directly from the International Organization for Standards or ISO. ISO 9001:2008 […]

JTAG/ BOUNDARY SCAN – WHAT CAN IT DO ...

JTAG/ BOUNDARY SCAN – WHAT CAN IT DO FOR YOU AND WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO DO?

Mario Berger, GOEPEL electronic GmbH 1    Testing in an Integrated Circuitry Since the existence of integrated circuitries, there has been the necessity to check their functions. In the case of digital circuitries, a test is quite simple: all possible test vectors are applied in succession, and then the circuitries’ reactions at the outputs (actual value) […]