Reviews of Standards and Specifications: MIL-STD-883 and Related Documents

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Kochendarfer, David C.; Pabst Jr., William R.; William R. Pabst, Jr. (edited by)   (1971, ASQC)   Bird Engineering-Research Associates, Inc., Vienna, VA; Washington, D.C.

Journal of Quality Technology    Vol. 3    No. 3
QICID: 5085    July 1971    pp. 129-137
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Article Abstract

MIL-STD-883, entitled "Test Methods and Procedures for Microelectronics," provides the test methods and procedures for the products of a whole new industry. It constitutes a new approach in combining a systems-type specification like MIL-Q-9858A with a lot acceptance-type specification such as MIL-STD-105D and MIL-STD-414. MIL-STD-883, coupled with MIL-M-38510, unfortunately embraces the approach of MIL-S-19500, which awkwardly uses LTPD as a classification value, and through its procedures incorporates a gross statistical error. This review is directed primarily toward the quality assurance provisions of these related documents.

Keywords

Printed circuit board (PCB),Standards and specifications,Quality assurance (QA),Lot size,Acceptance sampling


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