Publication detail

Noise Tester for Electronic Components

GRMELA, L., DOBIS, P., KOKTAVÝ, P., PAVELKA, J.

Original Title

Noise Tester for Electronic Components

English Title

Noise Tester for Electronic Components

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper deals with design of the automatic measurement of noise spectral density. Automatic, fully computer controling apparatus is built-up from suitable sensor, low-noise amplifier with setup gain and frequency band, appropriate analog-digital converter and evaluation software. The philosophy of the apparatus design is based on the fact that the degradation of any device which takes place during its operation is accompanied by irreversible changes in operational, transport and if any, for example in LED’s, optical characteristics. All these changes manifest a decreased device reliability. Ageing experiments show that the degradation is manifested through certain parameters, which are relatively easy to measure and proved to be closely correlated with the degradation. Reliability indicators employing operating, transport and stochastic characteristics of LED´s, whose relevance has been verified by our recent analysis, make a basis for the design of a reliability tester.

English abstract

The paper deals with design of the automatic measurement of noise spectral density. Automatic, fully computer controling apparatus is built-up from suitable sensor, low-noise amplifier with setup gain and frequency band, appropriate analog-digital converter and evaluation software. The philosophy of the apparatus design is based on the fact that the degradation of any device which takes place during its operation is accompanied by irreversible changes in operational, transport and if any, for example in LED’s, optical characteristics. All these changes manifest a decreased device reliability. Ageing experiments show that the degradation is manifested through certain parameters, which are relatively easy to measure and proved to be closely correlated with the degradation. Reliability indicators employing operating, transport and stochastic characteristics of LED´s, whose relevance has been verified by our recent analysis, make a basis for the design of a reliability tester.

Keywords

spectral density, noise spectroscopy, agening, reliability

RIV year

2002

Released

01.04.2002

Publisher

Ing.Zdeněk Novotný, CSc.

Location

Brno

ISBN

80-238-9094-8

Book

Noise and Non-linearity Testing of Modern Electronic Components - NNT

Pages from

59

Pages to

64

Pages count

6

URL

knihovna UFYZ

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT5694,
  author="Lubomír {Grmela} and Pavel {Dobis} and Pavel {Koktavý} and Jan {Pavelka}",
  title="Noise Tester for Electronic Components",
  annote="The paper deals with design of the automatic measurement of noise spectral density. Automatic, fully computer controling apparatus is built-up from suitable sensor, low-noise amplifier with setup gain and frequency band, appropriate analog-digital converter and  evaluation software.  
The philosophy of the apparatus design is based on the fact that the degradation of any device which takes place during its operation is accompanied  by irreversible changes in operational, transport and if any, for example in LED’s, optical characteristics. All these changes manifest a decreased device reliability. Ageing experiments show that the degradation is manifested through certain parameters, which are relatively easy to measure and proved to be closely correlated with the degradation.
Reliability indicators employing operating, transport and stochastic characteristics of LED´s, whose relevance has been verified by our recent analysis, make a basis for the design of a reliability tester.
",
  address="Ing.Zdeněk Novotný, CSc.",
  booktitle="Noise and Non-linearity Testing of Modern Electronic Components - NNT",
  chapter="5694",
  institution="Ing.Zdeněk Novotný, CSc.",
  year="2002",
  month="april",
  pages="59",
  publisher="Ing.Zdeněk Novotný, CSc.",
  type="conference paper"
}