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San Diego Test Equipment Symposium Presented
by Advanced Test Equipment Rentals Opens October 16th
San Diego - August 7, 2018 - Advanced Test Equipment
Rentals (ATEC) today announced this year's
Test Equipment Symposium (SDTES), the annual test and measurement showcase held in
California, will take place on Tuesday, October 16th. Following last year's success,
SDTES 2018 is expected to have more attendees, exhibitors and presenters than ever. Guests
can expect manufacturer product demos, presentations on today's hot industry topics,
networking opportunities, and more.
The San Diego Test Equipment Symposium is a yearly event in which leading test and
measurement equipment manufacturers exhibit their latest technologies. Industry experts
in the fields of EMC, communications, electrical, power, and a variety of test equipment
will be presenting on current and upcoming technology in the industry. Attendees can
be a part of this informational event for free and browse through different manufacturer
booths for rental or purchasing options. The San Diego Test Equipment Symposium will
feature products such as power supplies, amplifiers, oscilloscopes, OTDRs, particle counters,
cable analyzers, ESD guns, and many more. Past attendees have included presidents, managers,
engineers, consultants, technicians and buyers.
Since 1981, Advanced Test Equipment
Rentals (ATEC), a leading high tech equipment rental company provides short and long-term
rental solutions of analysis, inspection, measurement, monitoring, simulation, powering,
certifying, and commissioning equipment to the aerospace, automotive, biomedical, communications,
consumer electronics, defense, environmental, engineering, marine, power grid, transportation,
and compliance testing companies. ATEC is ISO-9001 certified, and ISO 17025 Accredited
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