[Date Prev][Date Next]
Certification of R-6 unit at Wyle Labs
- To: "Support Team \(E-mail\)" <email@example.com>
- Subject: Certification of R-6 unit at Wyle Labs
- From: "Jeff Hintz" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 22 May 2001 21:55:28 -0500
- Importance: Normal
I am down here in
Huntsville, AL with Larry Dix, answering some certification questions with
PSINet. We also went over to Wyle Labs to talk with Jim Dearman about
certification of the R-6 unit. Jim thinks that they will be able to start
this process within the next few weeks. After visiting with Jim, he
mentioned several things that we may or may not already have ready for the
certification of the R-6 unit.
- Wyle requires a 163
hour continuous voting test, at least 100 ballots per hour, similulating the
voting of the AVTS unit, without having to do it by hand. Something
similar to the Visual Test scenarios we created at I-Mark. Can the
R-6 unit have this capability???
- Wyle requires that the
AVTS unit be pushed in some way or another to run out of memory, so they can
see how that the system will give a pleasing error message upon the memory
error, rather than locking up or crashing miserably.
Jim stressed the importance
of us having the AVTS unit thoroughly tested and documented, and to be
well prepared before they begin their testing. The reason being,
that if they encounter any problems with either testing or documentation,
this will cause them to contact us, let us know what the problem is, then we
will need to fix the problem, send back the fixes, and they will then
need to start the process over again.
Just wanted to pass