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RGA: Residual Gas Analysis in Non-Authentic Electronic Component Detection

PRLog (Press Release) - Aug 04, 2011 - Over the past year Joseph Federico, directory of operations at NJMET laboratory in NJ has actively participated in standards work for military and aerospace testing.  This work has recently led to additional testing requirements that these industries have already or will soon implement as specialized tests to uncover non-authentic electronic component products.

One of the analysis being implemented is RGA: Residual Gas Analysis. Residual Gas Analysis is performed to quantitatively measure the primary and trace gases inside hermetic components. The gas content inside sealed components, particularly moisture concentration, can cause long term reliability problems such a my photo and wallpaper s corrosion, fogging, leakage, current bit errors and lubrication issues. Known to some as Residual Gas Analysis (RGA) or "Mil-Std 1018", the test measures the primary sealing quality control, studying long term out-gassing of the enclosed materials inside the components, and for product qualification.

"The additional test requirements that these industries plan to impose will be very helpful oled technology on mobile phone in uncovering non-authentic electronic components" said NJMET VP Joseph Federico headquartered in NJ.

For nearly a decade, Joseph Federico and the NJMET laboratory staff in NJ has implelented a state of the art testing program validating electronic part authenticity with a program called Mission Imposter® which has been highlighted on Fox and CNBC business television.

For more information on RGA: Residual Gas Analysis or NJMET Mission Imposter Authenticity Test Program.  Please call Joseph Federico at NJMET Clifton, NJ at (973)546-5393. Please visit NJMET at http://www.njmetmtl.com

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