Paul Franklin


Paul Franklin is project manager, semiconductor test systems, for Keithley Instruments in Cleveland, Ohio, which is part of the Tektronix test and measurement portfolio. Before joining Keithley in 2000, he gained more than 20 years of measurement and control industry experience as an engineer and a manager with electronic controls and industrial automation firms. He earned his BSEE and MSE degrees at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland. Also, he is a member of IEEE, IEEE-CS (Computer Society), and ACM (Association for Computing Machinery).

Backward Compatibility: Don’t Get Run Over While Looking Back
If you wait until you’re in the throes of product development to decide how you want to handle backward compatibility (BC), you’ll end up with a less than optimal result.
Is Your Project Backward Compatible Or Just Plain Backward?
Have you given thought to what backward compatibility really means? It has differing ramifications for consumers of test equipment than for its makers.
Is It Time To Upgrade Your Test Instruments?
In his initial Measured Responses column, Keithley Instruments' Paul Franklin discusses myriad factors in the decision whether to upgrade your test bench.
Get Started On Your LXI-Compliant Instrument Design
The LXI Standard is an exciting communications protocol development for the testand- measurement industry. Unfortunately, members of the Consortium have been the primary writers associated with the information published regarding the
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