June 4, 2012
-- NJMET is proud to announce that the electrical testing portion of its Mission Imposter® Counterfeit Electronic Component Testing program was highlighted in the May/June 2012 issue of U.S. Tech. The article explains the full suite of electrical functional and parametric tests used to identify counterfeit and cloned components.
Joseph Federico, Director of Operations and Vice President of NJMET said, “We are happy that U.S. TECH chose to publish the article on the electrical testing component of the Mission Imposter program. Counterfeit and cloned components are becoming more sophisticated and it takes designing and running a full suite of electrical functional and parametric tests to discern the counterfeits from the genuine parts. Some newer electronic test equipment do not provide the volume of data that this method of testing does.”
“Performing a suite of functional and parametric electrical testing over a range of operating temperatures gives a much higher confidence level in the determination of the authenticity of a part.” Said Joseph Federico, at NJMET’s engineering headquarters in Clifton, New Jersey.
The U.S. Tech issue can be found at: http://content.yudu.com/A1wk77/U.S.TECHJUN2012/resources/...
= . The article by Joseph Federico starts on page 52.
Mr. Federico ( http://josephfedericoengineer.com
) and NJMET have been at the forefront of the war on counterfeit electronic components. They have been raising awareness of the issue in the industry for over 10 years through publications, talks at conferences and one-on-one meetings with industry members and representatives. For additional information about electrical testing, NJMET, its Mission Imposter Counterfeit Component Detection Program or any of its other services, please contact Joseph Federico at (973) 546-5393 or visit the NJMET website at http://www.njmetmtl.com