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Functional test is more technically involved and requires more expertise to understand the methods for identifying failures.
Teradyne, the prime contractor, will be supplying 35 Spectrum 9000-Series Functional Test Systems over several years to the Oklahoma Air Logistics Center at Tinker Air Force Base (AFB), in Oklahoma.
79-3271(a) in 1996 to include the functional test for tax years after 1995.
The functional test is based on the functional integration of the income-producing property and the taxpayer's unitary business operations.
LOS ANGELES -- CheckSum, a leading supplier of circuit-board test and ISP programming systems, introduced a new Analyst test system at APEX (booth #2105) that combines in-circuit and functional test at low cost.
1998), the North Carolina Court of Appeals explicitly adopted the transactional test and rejected the functional test for defining business income.
Clock Jitter, power supply noise, cross talk, heat, poor PCB routing, impedance mismatches and signal reflections are all well known enemies of multi-gigabit SERDES designs", said Bill Tuthill, Intellitech BERT specialist, "software based functional test is good at finding an open link but seldom has the depth to identify random faults induced by these type of phenomena.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court used both the transactional test and the functional test to hold that gain from the sale was nonbusiness income.