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Semiconductor ATE Self-paced eLearning

Access to knowledge resources 24/7 is essential for success

Cohu has an extensive list of Self-paced eLearning courses available covering platforms, instruments, software, and maintenance. ATE Self-paced eLearning courses feature interactive simulation and how-to videos provide tools to accelerate time to market. Access to these eLearning courses is offered free of charge to our semiconductor ATE customers.

In addition to ATE eLearning courses, Cohu also offers ATE Instructor-Led Classroom Courses.

Cohu ATE eLearning Training Courses

Applications

Diamond Series

ATMPx | Analog Time Measurement Processor

ATMPxApplication Instrument Introduction

Course # 2600e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the Analog Time Measurement Processor (ATMPx) instrument. The training will provide the student with an overview of the instrument, the theory of operation, accessing help, and some simple test examples. On completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the components of the ATMPx, understand the theory of operation, be able to access the help documentation, add the instrument resources to a program, and be able to describe programming statements used in simple test examples. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • Product Overview
  • Functionality and Theory of Operation
  • Programming – Test Examples
  • Calibration
  • Using the Unison System Help

Duration: Self-paced – 2-3 hours hours typical depending on skill level.

   

AT1X | Automotive Test Composite Pin

AT1xApplication Instrument Introduction

Course # 2001e

This eLearning course introduces the student to the AT1x instrument. The training will provide the student with an overview of the instrument, its theory of operation, and CAN and LIN Bus test programming examples. On completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the composite nature of the AT1x, understand its theory of operation, add AT1x instrument resources to a program, and be able to describe and complete programming statements and test methods used in test examples. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

    • Product Overview
    • Functionality and Theory of Operation
    • Programming – Test Examples
    • SLMS Programming
    • CAN Bus Programming
    • LIN Bus Programming

Duration: Self-paced – 5 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

DCTMx | Precision Data Converer Test Module

DCTMxApplication Instrument Introduction

Course # 2200e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the Data Converter Test Module (DCTMx) instrument. The training will provide the student with an overview of the instrument, the theory of operation, accessing help, and some simple test examples. On completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the components of the DCTMx, understand the theory of operation, be able to access the help documentation, add the instrument resources to a program, and be able to describe programming statements used in simple test examples. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • Product Overview
  • Functionality and Theory of Operation
  • Programming – Test Examples
  • Calibration
  • Using the Unison System Help

Duration: Self-paced – 2-3 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

Digital Theory

Test Methodologies and Hardware Introduction

Course # 0201e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the test methodologies and hardware used to test digital devices on ATE equipment. On completion of this course, students will understand how to develop DC and functional tests, perform device characterization, and debug test programs.

Course Outline

  • ATE introduction
  • DC Test
  • Functional Test
  • Functional DC Test
  • High Speed Functional Test

Duration: Self-paced – 20-25 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

FPVIx | High-Voltage, High-Current Floating Programmable Power Supply

FPVIxApplication Instrument Introduction

Course # 2500e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the Floating Power V/I Source (FPVIx) instrument. The training will provide the student with an overview of the instrument, the theory of operation, accessing help, and some simple test examples. On completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the components of the FPVIx, understand the theory of operation, be able to access the help documentation, add the instrument resources to a program, and be able to describe programming statements used in simple test examples. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • Product Overview
  • Functionality and Theory of Operation
  • Programming – Test Examples
  • Calibration
  • Using the Unison System Help

Duration: Self-paced – 2-3 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

HDVI | High-Density Voltage Current for Massive Multisite Test

HDVIApplication Instrument Introduction

Course # 0950e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the capabilities of the High-Density Voltage Current Source (HDVI) instrument. On completion of the course, students will be able to create and execute code to use the HDVI as a precision analog source and perform current/voltage measurements using any of the available 72 channels. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations, interactive software demonstrations, exercises, and online reviews.

Course Outline

  • Hardware Overview
  • AWAV File Creation
  • External Trigger
  • VIS Mode
  • PAS Mode

Duration: Self-paced – 2-3 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

HPVIx | High-Power Voltage/Current Programmable Power Source

HPVIxApplication Instrument Introduction

Course # 2400e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the High-Power V/I Source (HPVIX) instrument. The training will provide the student with an overview of the instrument, the theory of operation, accessing help, and some simple test examples. On completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the components of the HPVIX, understand the theory of operation, be able to access the help documentation, add the instrument resources to a program, and be able to describe programming statements used in simple test examples. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • Product Overview
  • Functionality and Theory of Operation
  • Programming – Test Examples
  • Calibration
  • Using the Unison System Help

Duration: Self-paced – 2-3 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

HSI2x | High-Speed Solution for SerDes/LVDS/MIPI Interfaces

HSI2xApplication Instrument Introduction

Course # 2002e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the High-Speed instrument (HSI2x). The training will provide the student with an overview of the instrument, the theory of operation, accessing help, and test programming examples. On completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the components of the HSI2x, understand the theory of operation, be able to access the help documentation, add the instrument resources to a program and perform simple debugging tasks, and be able to describe and use programming statements used in test examples. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • Product Overview
  • Functionality and Theory of Operation
  • Interface
  • Programming – Test Examples
  • Using the Unison System Help

Duration: Self-paced – 3-4 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

MP1x | LVDS Port and DDR Memory Port Test

MP1xApplication Instrument Introduction

Course # 2300e

This eLearning material introduces the student to Memory Port Tester (MP1X) instrument. The training will provide the student with an overview of the instrument, the theory of operation, Loadboard design considerations, how to access online help, and some simple test examples. On completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the components of the MP1X , understand the theory of operation, identify important Loadboard design criteria, be able to access the help documentation, add the instrument resources to a program, and be able to describe programming statements used in simple test examples. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • Product Overview
  • Functionality
  • Theory of Operation
  • API Instructions
  • Test Examples
  • Interface Design Considerations
  • Calibration
  • Using the Unison System Help

Duration: Self-paced – 2-3 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

NighthawkCT | ATE Benchtop Connectivity RF Solution

NighthawkCTApplication Instrument Introduction

Course # 1100e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the NighthawkCT Connectivity RF instrument. The training will provide the student with an overview of the instrument, the theory of operation, accessing help, and some simple test examples. On completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the components of the NighthawkCT; understand the theory of operation, be able to access the help documentation, add the instrument resources to a program, and be able to describe programming statements used in simple test examples. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • Product Overview
  • Components of the Nighthawk
  • Functional Blocks of the Nighthawk
  • Theory of Operation
  • Connecting the Device Interface Hardware
  • Using the Unison System Help
  • Simple Test Examples

Duration: Self-paced – 2 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

PD1x/PD2x | Ultra-High Definition Display Driver IC Solution

PD2xApplication Instrument Introduction

Course # 2700e

This eLearning material introduces the student the Panel Display Driver (PD1x / PD2x) instrument. The eLearning will provide the student with an overview of the instrument, the theory of operation, accessing help, and some simple test examples. On completion of the eLearning, the student will be able to describe the components of the PD1x / PD2x, understand the theory of operation, identify important Loadboard design criteria, be able to access the help documentation, add the instrument resources to a program, and be able to describe programming statements used in simple test examples. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations

Course Outline

  • PD1x Product Introduction
  • Functionality and Theory of Operation
  • Interface
  • Programming – Test Examples
  • Using the Unison System Help
  • PD2x Product Overview

Duration: Self-paced – 2-3 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

Unison Software | Introduction

Basic Principles of Unison Programming Environment

Course # 1523e

This eLearning material provides a core set of basic principles for the Unison programming environment, and forms a strong foundation for future applications courses. On completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the components of Unison, understand the purpose and demonstrate a working knowledge of the various Unison Tools, be able to access the help documentation, add resources to an Adapter Board object, and be able to describe programming statements used in simple test examples. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • System Hardware Overview
  • Test Components Overview
  • Test Component Details
  • Unison Test Language
  • Unison APIs
  • Using the Unison Help System

Duration: Self-paced – 5 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

Unison Software | Introduction to Advanced Unison Test Language

Introduction to Advanced Unison Test Language (UTL)

Course # 2800e

The eLearning material introduces the student to various advanced topics related to the Unison Test Language (UTL). The eLearning will enable an engineer to understand and use more complex UTL features in the development and execution of a test program on Diamond 10, Diamondx, and X-Series test systems. Use of these features can improve program performance, coding readability and ease of support. On completion of the eLearning, the student will be able to describe the differences and unique contributions between C++ and UTL, understand and use key UTL features, be able to recognize program efficient indexing/iterations techniques, state how LimitStructs can enhance program binning, datalogging and support of ILQA and recognize methods for compiling Unison test programs. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • C++ and UTL
  • UTL Features
  • UTL Indexing/Iterations
  • UTL LimitStructs
  • UTL Compiling

Duration: Self-paced – 3-4 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

PAx

Digital Theory

Test Methodologies and Hardware Introduction

Course # 0201e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the test methodologies and hardware used to test digital devices on ATE equipment. On completion of this course, students will understand how to develop DC and functional tests, perform device characterization, and debug test programs.

Course Outline

  • ATE introduction
  • DC Test
  • Functional Test
  • Functional DC Test
  • High Speed Functional Test

Duration: Self-paced – 20-25 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

Unison Software | Introduction

Basic Principles of Unison Programming Environment

Course # 1523e

This eLearning material provides a core set of basic principles for the Unison programming environment, and forms a strong foundation for future applications courses. On completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the components of Unison, understand the purpose and demonstrate a working knowledge of the various Unison Tools, be able to access the help documentation, add resources to an Adapter Board object, and be able to describe programming statements used in simple test examples. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • System Hardware Overview
  • Test Components Overview
  • Test Component Details
  • Unison Test Language
  • Unison APIs
  • Using the Unison Help System

Duration: Self-paced – 5 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

Unison Software | Introduction to Advanced Unison Test Language

Introduction to Advanced Unison Test Language (UTL)

Course # 2800e

The eLearning material introduces the student to various advanced topics related to the Unison Test Language (UTL). The eLearning will enable an engineer to understand and use more complex UTL features in the development and execution of a test program on Diamond 10, Diamondx, and X-Series test systems. Use of these features can improve program performance, coding readability and ease of support. On completion of the eLearning, the student will be able to describe the differences and unique contributions between C++ and UTL, understand and use key UTL features, be able to recognize program efficient indexing/iterations techniques, state how LimitStructs can enhance program binning, datalogging and support of ILQA and recognize methods for compiling Unison test programs. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • C++ and UTL
  • UTL Features
  • UTL Indexing/Iterations
  • UTL LimitStructs
  • UTL Compiling

Duration: Self-paced – 3-4 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

ASL Series

Digital Theory

Test Methodologies and Hardware Introduction

Course # 0201e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the test methodologies and hardware used to test digital devices on ATE equipment. On completion of this course, students will understand how to develop DC and functional tests, perform device characterization, and debug test programs.

Course Outline

  • ATE introduction
  • DC Test
  • Functional Test
  • Functional DC Test
  • High Speed Functional Test

Duration: Self-paced – 20-25 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

visualATE Software | Multisite Programming

Software and Capabilities

Course # 0347e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the multisite software and capabilities of the ASL Series test systems. In addition, the student will be able to download the multisite software from within the online course environment. On completion of the course, the student will be able to create and run a multi-site test program. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations, interactive software demonstrations and online reviews.

Course Outline

  • visualATE Multisite Overview
  • Test Setup
  • Debug Functions

Duration: Self-paced.

   

VSX | Extended Range Voltage Source

Application Instrument Introduction

Course # 0250e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the VSX high voltage instrument. The training provides an overview of the instrument, the theory of operation, safety and operating procedures, and some simple test examples. On completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the components of the VSX, understand the theory of operation, describe the important safety procedures when using the VSX, understand device under test interface requirements, and describe programming statements used in simple test examples. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • Product Introduction
  • Safety and Operations Procedures
  • Safety Interlocks and Shutdown Mechanisms
  • Major Components of the VSX
  • Theory of Operation
  • Best Practices for Programming the VSX
  • Best Practices for Device Under Test Interface Design

Duration: Self-paced – 2 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

XVI | High-Accuracy VI Source

Application Instrument Introduction

Course # 0120e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the capabilities of the XVI instrument. On completion of the course, students will be able to create and execute code to use the XVI to program voltage and current, alarms, fault indicators, the digitizer, and external triggering. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations, interactive software demonstrations and online reviews

Course Outline

  • Hardware Overview
  • Programming Voltage and Current
  • Programming Alarms and Fault Indications
  • Programing the Digitizer and External Triggering

Duration: Self-paced – 3-6 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

X-Series

Digital Theory

Test Methodologies and Hardware Introduction

Course # 0201e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the test methodologies and hardware used to test digital devices on ATE equipment. On completion of this course, students will understand how to develop DC and functional tests, perform device characterization, and debug test programs.

Course Outline

  • ATE introduction
  • DC Test
  • Functional Test
  • Functional DC Test
  • High Speed Functional Test

Duration: Self-paced – 20-25 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

Graphical Debug Tool

Programming Debug and Production Support

Course # 0517e

The eLearning material introduces the student to the Graphical Debug Tool (GDT). The GDT tutorial will guide students through the use of the tool and interpretation of the information the tool presents. On completion of the course, the student will be able to create and include in a test program GDT objects to aid program debugging and production support activities. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • visualATE Multisite Overview
  • Test Setup
  • Debug Functions

Duration: Self-paced – 1.5 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

Maintenance

ASL | VSX Instrument Maintenance

System Operating Environments and Maintenance Procedures

Course # 0251e

This eLearning material introduces the student to the VSX high voltage instrument. The training provides an overview of the instrument, the theory of operation, safety and operating procedures, and some simple test examples. On completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the components of the VSX, understand the theory of operation, describe the important safety procedures when using the VSX, understand device under test interface requirements, and describe programming statements used in simple test examples. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • Product Introduction
  • Safety and Operations Procedures
  • Safety Interlocks and Shutdown Mechanisms
  • Functional Blocks of the VSX
  • Major Components of the VSX
  • Theory of Operation
  • Execution of Verification, Calibration, and Checker Programs
  • Execution of FRU Exchange for Preventive Maintenance and Troubleshooting

Duration: Self-paced – 2 hours hours typical depending on skill level.

   

Diamond10 | NighthawkCT Instrument Maintenance

System Operating Environment, Maintenance Procedures and Installation

Course # 1200e

This eLearning material provides the student with the necessary skills to maintain and install the NighthawkCT Connectivity RF instrument. The training will provide the student with an overview of the instrument, the theory of operation, accessing help, the installation procedure, and field replaceable units. On completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the components of the Nighthawk; understand the theory of operation, be able to access the help documentation, install the instrument, and be able to identify the field replaceable units. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations and interactive software demonstrations.

Course Outline

  • Product Introduction
  • Functional Blocks
  • Theory of Operation
  • Installation on a Diamond10 Test System
  • Field Replaceable Units
  • Using the Unison System Help

Duration: Self-paced – 2 hours typical depending on skill level.

   

DxV | Test System Maintenance

System Operating Environments and Maintenance Procedures

Course # 3000e

This eLearning material provides the student with the necessary skills to maintain the DxV Test System. The training will provide the student with an overview of the system, the theory of operation, the system specifications, and field replaceable units (FRUs). On completion of the course, the student will be able to recognize the general features of the DxV Test System, describe the functional overview and theory of operations of the DxV, summarize the tester’s specifications, describe the components of the DxV system chassis and demonstrate the ability to perform DxV tester maintenance procedures. This is accomplished by a combination of multimedia presentations, interactive software demonstrations and how-to videos.

Course Outline

  • Product Introduction
  • Functionality and Components
  • Accessing the System
  • Running Diagnostics
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Field Replaceable Units

Duration: Self-paced – 2-3 hours hours typical depending on skill level.

   

Instructor-Led Courses

Instructor-Led Courses are offered for the following products

  • ASL Series
  • Diamondx
  • PAx
  • X-Series
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