Axiom Test Equipment's New Blog - Capturing Semiconductor Current and Voltage Characteristics

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VISTA, Calif. - Aug. 2, 2019 - PRLog -- Axiom Test Equipment, an electronic test equipment rental and sales company headquartered in Northern San Diego County has published a blog that explains semiconductor measurements, specifically, current-versus-voltage (I-V) characteristics and how semiconductors will respond under different I-V conditions.

Semiconductor I-V testing is typically performed as a series of swept measurements, with values of I and V changing for each measurement as a means of detecting any trends in device performance under changing operating conditions.

Read about which specifications are key to consider when choosing an I-V tester for your project's needs. Go over a few examples of I-V testers, a mainframe, and curve tracers which provide the test energy levels needed for end of life or failure mode device testing.

Learn more details about current-versus-voltage (I-V) testers by reading the full blog post on Axiom Test Equipment's website:

Rent or purchase quality test equipment from Axiom Test Equipment - your source for electronic test and measurement equipment. Axiom rents, sells, repairs and accepts trade-in of test equipment to support your specific test & measurement needs. If you would like help selecting any type of test equipment for your project, contact Axiom Test Equipment's sales department at, call 760-806-6600, or browse Axiom Test Equipment's inventory online at

Read the full blog post here:

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