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PCB Reverse Engineering Management Plan

PCB Reverse engineering management plan is very critical target before implement any PCB reverse engineering process.

A Concrete and workable pcb reverse engineering management plan should be completed for each candidate and project coordinators who involve in the whole or partial of this process to ensure a logical sequence of events in order to prevent delays, bad quality communication or misinterpretations in the overall program objectives.

Below we would like to separate this pcb reverse engineering management plan into several different aspects for further discussion:

First of all, How to develop a management plan? A PCB reverse engineering management plan may be developed at the beginning of the process. This plan may not be complete, however, until hardware and data are reviewed. This management plan may include in-process reviews and possible economical cut-off points. A tasking plan should be developed upon completion of the disassembly process, when a better knowledge of the parts has been obtained,

Second comes to tasking plan, the tasking plan should define the tasks necessary to complete the Technical data package, as well as the management control and monitoring procedures necessary to ensure the objectives are achieved in a timely manner. The tasking plan may include the:

a. Specific tasks to be accomplished,

b. Order in which the tasks must be performed,

c. Resources (personnel, materials, and costs) required to complete each task, and

d. Start and completion times for each task.

Third is most important part of pcb reverse engineering management plan, call Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) Chart. A PERT chart is useful for monitoring the activities and events that must be completed in a specified sequence to achieve the objectives, and to identify those activities which can be accomplished concurrently.

Finally we talk about the time frame of Identify. Where necessary, the long lead time items should be identified and the procurement of these items recommended prior to completion of the complete process. These items may be provided as GFE during the prototype phase. Also, the possibility of furnishing items that may currently be in the federal supply system, should be investigated.