Global Standards for the Microelectronics Industry
See "quality factor".References:
See "data output".References:
See "quality function deployment".References:
See "qualified manufacturers list".References:
See "quality management plan".References:
See "transfer acknowledge output".References:
The process of demonstrating that an entity is capable of meeting or exceeding the specified requirements.References:
A surface-mount package whose terminals are on four sides and consist of metal pad surfaces (on leadless versions) or leads emerging from the package.
NOTE 1 The package leads may be formed to facilitate surface mounting.
NOTE 2 The small-outline package is similar except for having terminals on only one or two opposite sides of the package.References:
A character string or binary element string that, in a given system, has four times the length of a word.References:
(1) Products sharing the same technology and process.
(2) Products sharing the same process technology.References:
The quality and reliability properties of the product that demonstrate compliance with the application requirements.References:
qualified manufacturers list (QML)
A list of manufacturers whose production lines have been certified and qualified by the Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC) for the production of devices used in military or space applications.References:
(1) The organizational element that grants certification status; this element may be a part of a) the acquiring activity; b) a quality organization within the manufacturer's company that is independent of the group(s) responsible for the device production, screening, and marketing; or c) an independent third-party organization.
(2) The organizational element of the government that grants certification and QML status.References:
Conformance of a product to requirements, or perceived fitness for its intended use(s).References:
A process or device attribute that may affect the final product quality or reliability.References:
quality factor (Q)
Two pi (2π) times the ratio of the maximum energy stored per cycle to the energy dissipated per cycle at a given frequency.
NOTE The Q of an inductor at a frequency is the magnitude of the ratio of its reactance to its effective series resistance at that frequency. (IEEE Std 100.)References:
quality function deployment (QFD)
(1) A technique for analysis of the interrelationships between different requirements.
(2) A structured method in which customer requirements are translated into appropriate technical requirements for each stage of product development and production.References:
quality management plan (QMP)
A plan described in military specifications (MIL‑PRF‑19500, MIL‑PRF‑38534, and MIL‑PRF‑38535) that describes the methods a supplier uses to assure conformance to the applicable requirements, including design, manufacturing, and verification.References:
An assessment of the metrics established to evaluate the quality.References:
A letter symbol that is used to represent a physical quantity or a relationship between quantities.
NOTE The letter symbol used to designate a quantity or parameter shall be a single letter. This single letter, referred to as the primary symbol, may be modified by subscripts or superscripts.References: