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Figure 2. Equipment and test units for making modulation measurements.
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252A.
2 Solderless connectors: defects as listed in
MIL-STD-252A.
3 Cabling and wiring defects as listed in
MIL-STD-252A.
4 Hardware defects as listed in MIL-STD-
252A.
5 Finish: defects as listed in MIL-STD-252A.
6 Marking defects as listed in MIL-STD-
252A.
7 Parts: defects as listed in MIL-STD-252A.
8 Contacts: defects as listed in MIL-STD-
252A.
(2) Electrical.
(a) Critical. Refer to the definition of a critical
defect.
(b) Major. Any electrical defect, other than
critical, that does not meet the requirements speci-
fied for each item shall be considered a major de-
fect.
(c) Minor. None. All electrical defects shall
be considered critical or major, as applicable.
(3) Packaging and marking major.
(a) Use of improper or defective material.
Figure3. Equipment and test units for
(b) Quantity of unit package not as specified.
making sensitivity measurements.
(c) Incorrect packaging method supplied.
(d) Cushioning or padding omitted.
e. Defect Classification.
(e) Cushioning or padding inadequate for the
(1) Mechanical-visual.
protection of the barrier material from projections,
(a) Critical. Refer to the definition of a critical
sharp edges, or other similar features of the item.
defect.
(f) Cushioning inadequate for the physical
(b) Major.
and mechanical protection of the item.
1 Damage due to handling or storage (crush-
(g). Unsealed, punctured, or improperly sealed
ed, deformed, or broken).
barrier bag, wrap, or envelope.
2 Soldering defects as listed in MIL-STD-
(h) Stock number omitted, incorrect, or illegi-
252A.
ble.
3 Solderless connection: defects as listed
(i) Nomenclature omitted, incorrect, or illegi-
in MIL-STD-252A.
ble.
4 Cabling and wiring defects as listed in
(j) Marking of quantity of items in package
MIL-STD-252A.
omitted, incorrect, or illegible.
5 Hardware: defects as listed in MIL-STD-
(k) Different stock-numbered items in the
252A.
same unit package.
6 Foreign objects: defects as listed in MIL-
(4) Packaging and marking, minor.
STD-252A.
(a) Item not properly blocked or braced within
7 Potential shorts: defects as listed in MIL-
the unit package to prevent movement.
STD-252A.
(b) Packaging material damaged.
8 Finish: defects as listed in MIL-STD-252A.
(c) Conforming or cushioning wraps are not
9 Marking defects as listed in MIL-STD-252A.
snug fitting and contain voids.
10 Parts: defects as listed in MIL-STD-252A.
(d) Air not expelled from barrier before seal-
11 Contacts: defects as listed in MIL-STD-
ing.
252A.
(e) Any item of marking information other
12 Plating painting or MFP missing.
than (3), (h), (i), and (j), above listed under major
13 Dimensional: a dimensional defect which
defects omitted, incorrect, or illegible.
directly affects interchangeability, assembly, or
(5) Packing and marking, major.
operation.
(a) Use of improper or defective material.
(c) Minor.
(b) Quantity in pack not as specified.
1 Soldering defects as listed in MIL-STD-
11


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