I'm talking about chips assembled in cell phones, pagers, etc.Kermit2 said:Poker chips? Cow chips?
What EXACTLY are you talking about. (Kinda helps us know what your needs are)
Thanks for the great link Johnjpanhalt said:This might help: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Verific...and_validation
Are you sure it is validation and not verification you need to do?
I understand, you need to know for example what the chip was programmed to do, so you could check that it actually does it and well, right?The difference can be subtle. Validation is harder and usually requires that you know what the item is intended to do, so you can see whether it does that. That is distinct from meeting a specification; although, the distinction does get blurred.
There are cellular chips, installed in mobiles, pagers, etc - which tells what they are intended to do.So, what is it that your chips are intended to do? I assume they are part of a larger system that also has a purpose. Must you validate the system function as well?
I am not familiar with application of the terms to individual electronic components, but I think you have the general idea, particularly when you consider the "do it well" part.I understand, you need to know for example what the chip was programmed to do, so you could check that it actually does it and well, right?
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