Hi-Fix

Hi-Fix

[′hī′fiks]
(navigation)
A Decca radio navigation system utilizing lightweight, portable stations, and used in either of two configurations; in the hyperbolic configuration, the relative phases of continuous-wave signals from the master and slave stations ashore, as measured at the receiver at the mobile station, provide hyperbolic lines of position; in the range configuration, the master station is located at the mobile receiver; phase comparison of continuous-wave signals from one shore station and the master provides range to the shore station.
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The grant of $250,000 was awarded to Three-San Engineering to produce a Hi-Fix board.
The Hi-Fix board facilitates the interface between the 16/32 parallel memory test system and the automatic handler, both of which were purchased from the United States and Japan.
Among the tools necessary to produce the Hi-Fix board, the ZIF connector die took the longest to get from the supplier - six months.
Assets included in this sale are three (3) Advantest Testers, six (6) Burn-in Ovens, six (6) Advantest Handlers, 20+ Hi-fix and Change kit boards, Marking equipment capable of marking 1.