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James Duvall | August 08, 2017

Five Little-Known Benefits of ATE Self-Testing

Your automated test equipment (ATE) is likely one of your organization’s most valuable assets – this is the tool that ensures your products are in safe and proper working order when they leave your facility. But, like any mechanical device, your ATE can experience issues. So, how do you prevent unexpected issues with your ATE?

James Duvall | August 08, 2017

How to Create Successful Automated Test Equipment Self-Tests

Automated self-tests are crucial for discovering otherwise unforeseeable faults in your automated test equipment (ATE). Here are the five tried-and-true best practices for creating successful ATE self-tests that will provide reliable and easy-to-use test data, while eliminating user confusion.

James Duvall | June 07, 2017

G Systems' Aircraft Radome Test System Helps Ensure that Passengers Soar Safely

Our video shows how G Systems' radome test system validates accurate radome repair and ensures aircraft passengers are safe

An airplane radome often serves as the nose cone of the aircraft, performing two crucial functions: first, to be aerodynamic and, second, to be transparent to the plane’s weather radar. What happens, however, when aircraft radomes don't function correctly? To borrow a phrase that originated in aerospace, "Houston, we have a problem." G Systems recently designed a solution. 

James Duvall | February 13, 2017

How G Systems Designs Clear, Concise NI TestStand Reports

A test is only as useful as the results it produces. Comprehensive National Instruments’ TestStand sequences may generate reports that are hundreds of pages long. This blog examines the default NI TestStand reports and demonstrate several simple steps G Systems has perfected to convert your encyclopedic report into something concise and easy-to-read.