Automated Test Equipment

Automated Test Equipment

Efficient and Accurate Testing with Automated Test Equipment (ATE)

  • What We Do: We offer comprehensive automated test equipment (ATE) solutions to streamline and enhance your testing process.
  • Who We Do It For: Our services cater to manufacturing industries, research laboratories, and technology companies seeking efficient and reliable testing solutions.
  • What They Get: By partnering with us, you gain access to cutting-edge ATE systems that reduce testing time, ensure repeatability, and enhance cost efficiency in high-volume testing scenarios.


    Automated test equipment (ATE) revolutionizes the testing landscape by providing computer-controlled solutions that significantly minimize human interaction. With ATE, you can effortlessly test your devices under test (DUTs) while enjoying the advantages of reduced testing time, improved repeatability, and enhanced cost efficiency.

    Our services cater to a wide range of industries, including wireless communication and radar, effectively testing printed circuit boards (PCBs), interconnections, and conducting vital verifications. From simple volt-ohm meters to complex ATE systems, our solutions are engineered to excel in running high-level electronic diagnostics.

    By choosing our automated test equipment services, you unlock the power of quick and accurate testing. We ensure that your DUTs are rigorously evaluated and any defects or out-of-tolerance values are promptly detected. With our state-of-the-art ATE systems, you can have confidence in the performance and functionality of your devices right from the start.

Semiconductors Testing

With our automated test equipment, we specialize in efficient semiconductor testing. Our ATE architecture comprises a master controller, synchronization sources, and capture instruments. The DUT, whether a packaged part or silicon wafer, is physically connected to the ATE using a handler or prober, along with a customized Interface Test Adapter (ITA) that ensures seamless adaptation of the ATE’s resources for precise testing.

Benefits and What’s in it for Them:

  • Ensure the reliability and functionality of your semiconductor devices.
  • Minimize errors and increase productivity through efficient testing.
  • Streamline the testing process and reduce time-to-market.

PCB Testing and Verification

Our automated test equipment excels in testing printed circuit boards (PCBs) and conducting vital verifications. From component-level testing to complete PCB evaluation, our ATE systems offer comprehensive solutions. By automating the testing process, we ensure accuracy, reliability, and significant time savings.

Benefits and What’s in it for Them:

  • Thoroughly test and verify the functionality of your PCBs.
  • Improve product quality and reliability through advanced testing techniques.
  • Reduce testing time and increase overall productivity.

Wireless Communication and Radar Testing

Our automated test equipment (ATE) is specifically designed to cater to the needs of industries such as wireless communication and radar. We offer comprehensive testing solutions that ensure optimal performance, reliability, and compliance with industry standards. With our ATE systems, you can confidently evaluate and validate your wireless communication and radar devices.

Benefits and What’s in it for Them:

  • Thoroughly test and validate the performance of wireless communication and radar devices.
  • Verify compliance with industry standards and regulations.
  • Improve product quality and reliability, ensuring customer satisfaction.

Frequently Ask Questions

Q: What is automated test equipment (ATE)?

A: ATE is computer-controlled test and measurement equipment used to test devices with minimal human interaction.

Q: What are the advantages of automated test equipment?

A: ATE offers advantages such as reduced testing time, improved repeatability, and cost efficiency in high-volume testing scenarios.

Q: What kind of devices can be tested using ATE?

A: ATE can test printed circuit boards (PCBs), interconnections, semiconductors, and various wireless communication and radar devices.

Q: What are the disadvantages of automated test equipment?

A: The upfront costs for programming and setup are the chief disadvantages of ATE.

Q: How does ATE identify defects?

A: ATE detects defects by measuring values and stopping testing when the first out-of-tolerance value is detected.

Q: Which industries can benefit from automated test equipment?

A: Industries such as manufacturing, wireless communication, radar, and technology can benefit from ATE.

Q: What are the key features of our automated test equipment?

A: Our ATE systems have features like comprehensive testing capabilities, efficient electronic diagnostics, and precise measurements.

Q: Can ATE improve productivity and time-to-market?

A: Yes, by reducing testing time and offering reliable results, ATE can greatly improve productivity and time-to-market.

Q: How does ATE contribute to cost efficiency?

A: ATE reduces the need for manual intervention, resulting in reduced labor costs and improved testing efficiency.

Q: Can ATE ensure compliance with industry standards?

A: Yes, by providing accurate testing and thorough validation, ATE helps ensure compliance with industry standards and regulations.

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