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Hire Embedded Testing Engineers


Hire Embedded Testing Engineers

Testing and verification are critical components of the design process for any electronic system, whether it be an embedded system, a printed circuit board (PCB), or a field-programmable gate array (FPGA). These processes ensure that the system operates correctly and meets the specifications and requirements defined by the designer.

Testing and verification typically involve the following steps:

This involves defining the test strategy, including the types of tests to be conducted, the test equipment and resources needed, and the test environment.

This step involves defining the specific tests to be conducted and the expected results. Test specifications typically include test procedures, test cases, and test data.

This step involves actually running the tests and collecting data on the system's performance. The test results are compared to the expected results defined in the test specification.

This step involves analyzing the test results to identify any issues or defects in the system. If issues are identified, they are documented and sent back to the design team for correction.

Embedded systems, PCBs, and FPGAs each have unique testing and verification requirements.

Embedded Systems:

Embedded systems are typically used in specialized applications and require rigorous testing and verification to ensure their reliability and safety. Testing and verification of embedded systems typically involve running a battery of tests that simulate real-world operating conditions.


PCBs are the backbone of modern electronic systems and require extensive testing and verification to ensure their functionality and reliability. PCB testing typically involves testing individual components, such as resistors, capacitors, and transistors, as well as the entire board’s functionality.


FPGAs are programmable logic devices that are used to implement digital circuits. Testing and verification of FPGAs typically involve running a series of functional tests that verify the correct operation of the device’s logic cells, routing resources, and I/O blocks.

In all cases, the testing and verification process is critical to ensuring the correct operation of electronic systems. A well-designed testing and verification process can help identify defects early in the design process, which can save time and money in the long run.

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