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Due

Describing a debt or its maturity. For example, one may say that a $250,000 mortgage is due in 30 years, which means that the mortgage must be completely paid off 30 years from the time of that statement.

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Of or relating to an obligation or receivable that is outstanding and payable.
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This allows for the DUT or calibration standard to be the only change between calibration and measurement.
The coupling between the probe and the DUT can change when the distance is altered or the probe vibrates.
Other methods require separate measurements of DUT current and voltage in NDC cases and then calculation of dG.
Alternatively, the Berkeley SPICE 3 (automatically installed with IConnect) can be linked for achieving quick/efficient comparison of the DUT TDR measured and simulated data.
An accurate measurement can be made if one has a measurement system that can handle a small carrier drift or a system that can phase-lock a low noise reference source to the DUT.
Boundary-scan connection tests use the in-circuit tester DUT nodal access to verify that boundary-scan device I/O pins are connected to the DUT printed circuit board (PCB) as expected.
For stress testing, however, a device-specific guideline must be created, based on the "capabilities" of the DUT.
A second measurement was performed using an InGaAs photodiode as DUT and measuring the spectral transmittance of a NIR laser mirror which has very high transmittance ([approximate]80%) in the NIR except for a very low-transmittance ([less than]0.
Signals to channels 1 and 2 were then turned off and only the normalized response was employed for DUT measurements.
Another approach to adding voltage compliance is placing a protection circuit in parallel with the DUT.
A test fixture is needed to act as an electrical and mechanical interface from the RF test system to the DUT.