As the year comes to a close, it's the season to take some time to relax and reflect on the year. You may have read a few blog posts - it's been a busy year! Never fear, we've rounded up our most popular blog posts from 2017. We hope that they'll bring you some holiday cheer, or at least provide some ideas and insights to use for a successful 2018.
Learn about the five critical mistakes you should avoid when designing a test system for your aerospace and defense applications. This blog post outlines the key considerations you need to keep in mind and the mistakes that may lead to failure in your mission-critical applications.
The challenge with designing a flexible production test system is providing a software architecture that allows for quick test application development for a variety of products. In this application, G Systems replaced a manual semiconductor functional test system for hybrid components using bench instruments with an automated test system, saving them $100K.
G Systems proudly supports the Plano Senior High School robotics team. Chain Reaction Robotics was founded only two short years ago, but it is clear that time is just a number for the bright group of high school juniors and seniors. The team excels in competition and continues to live up to their motto, “Blood, sweat and gears.”
Mistakes in measurements from an RF test component system can cause inaccurate readings that devastate the overall testing processes. Here are five mistakes you may be making in your RF test measurements and key considerations to ensure your RF measurements are as accurate as possible.
Aircraft radomes are sometimes damaged by birdstrikes, hail or other items; these damaged radomes need repair to perform accurately. A customer of G Systems specializes in structural radome repair. We recently created a test system to validate post-repair aircraft radome functionality. The test is now performed in the same location as the radome repair. Our customer saves time and money with onsite use of our aircraft radome test system, shown in this video.
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