govliq: what are these things?
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Thu May 8 17:34:10 CDT 2008
In article <020801c8b14d$2aae18f0$0102a8c0 at portajara>,
"Alexandre Souza" <alexandre-listas at e-secure.com.br> writes:
> Wikipedia is your friend :o)
It sounded like such an odd name, I didn't think there'd be a page on
wikipedia for it :-).
But now that I've read through that and your response (thanks, btw), I
get it now. The pins are positioned in predetermined places to match
test points on the circuit under test. What strikes me as so odd
about these items on govliquidation is that the "test points" appear
to be a uniform grid across a large area. I guess that's what you
need to diagnose a fault in something like a memory board: its a
large, regular grid of memory chips, so you need a large regular grid
of test points to find the fault.
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