Discover The Benefits Of The DfR Process
Ensuring reliability of electronic designs is becoming increasingly difficult, and limited insights from Physics of Failure (PoF) testing don’t guarantee success.
Design for Reliability introduces the challenges and advantages of the Design for Reliability (DfR) process, and explores real world examples and analysis of how DfR ensures product or system reliability, speeds time to market and lowers the cost of quality. You’ll also learn best in class DfR steps including how to:
- Remove limitations within the early design phase
- Account for all requirements
- Perform concurrent engineering
- Use a design checklist for robust design