parallel reliability

parallel reliability

[′par·ə‚lel ri′lī·ə‚bil·əd·ē]
(systems engineering)
Property of a system composed of functionally parallel elements in such a way that if one of the elements fails, the parallel units will continue to carry out the system function.
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separation of transmission paths in the PT should be directly behind the serial digital interface communication controller so as to obtain a parallel reliability structure, the primary and backup data path;
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A fully automated, multi-channel parallel reliability test system, Keithley's S510 System features scalable channel counts from 20 to 72 channels, an independent stress/measure channel for each structure, and simultaneous measurement across all channels.
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