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What is TAMS?
TAMS (Test And Measurement Systems) Incorporated (phone: 970-669-6553) is a third-party channel partner supplying support for test and measurement hardware and software products.

FAQ 2003-06-13

How is the Keysight 4070 family different from the Keysight 4062 family?
The 4070 family uses a Test System in a Test Head design, while the 4062 family has the parametric test measurement units in a cabinet rack...

FAQ 2003-06-13

What is an SMU?
A Source Monitor Unit (SMU) is the fundamental resource for parametric measurement. The SMU typically has two (mutually exclusive) modes of operation: force voltage and measure current, or force current and measure voltage...

FAQ 2003-06-13

What are the CV measurement capabilities of the 4140B, 4280A, and 4284A?
Click the above link for details.

FAQ 2003-06-13

What 4284A configuration do I need to make semiconductor CV measurements?
For semiconductor CV measurements, you must order option 001 (Power Amplifier/DC BIAS) and option 006 (2m/4m Cable Length Operation)...

FAQ 2003-06-13

Is IC-MS a supported product?
IC-MS was discontinued on September 1, 1998. It is under support until August 31, 2003...

FAQ 2003-06-13

What is a Kelvin measurement?
A Kelvin measurement is a 4 terminal measurement. Two of the terminals are used to source and sink current. The other two terminals are used to measure voltage...

FAQ 2003-06-13

Which versions of the 4062 are supported systems?
Click the above link to view the status of the 4062 family.

FAQ 2003-06-13

What is the minimum number of Source Monitor Units (SMUs) recommended for parametric test?
Since a MOSFET is a 4 terminal device (Source, Gate, Drain, and Bulk), the minimum number of SMUs recommended for parametric test is four...

FAQ 2003-06-13