INTEGRA TECHNOLOGIES APPROVED BY DLA FOR MIL-STD-750 PROCESSING

WICHITA, KS - Oct 13, 2013 - Integra Technologies, a world leader in integrated circuit test and related services, is pleased to announce that their facility in Wichita Kansas has been approved by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Land and Maritime to support screening to MIL-PRF-19500P and MIL-STD-750. The approval covers 76 individual test methods. Additionally, Integra is the only test lab to have MIL-STD-750 suitability for the following test methods:

  • 1036 - Intermittent Operation Life
  • 3261 - Extrapolated unity-gain frequency
  • 3475 - Forward transconductance of power MOSFETS or IGBT 
  • 3501 - Breakdown voltage, drain-to-source
  • 3505 - Maximum available gain of a GaAs FET
  • 3510 - 1dB compression point of a GaAs FET
  • 3570 - GaAs FET forward gain (Mag S21)
  • 3575 - Forward transconductance
  • 4101 - Conversion loss 

"We are pleased to be able to offer our customers support for these MIL-STD 750 test methods," said Becky Craft, President of Integra Technologies. "When this capability is added to our existing extensive MIL-STD 883 capability, and combined with our recent purchase of Analytical Solutions, we now have one of the industry's broadest semiconductor test and evaluation service offerings."