In a global economy, the ability to work remotely, effectively and efficiently is crucial to completing projects on time. With the onset of the COVID19 pandemic, the demand for remote access to tester hardware and network-connected devices has greatly increased. While tester PCs, oscilloscopes and other device software is accessible through network infrastructure, hardware debug still requires a hands-on approach. Even to examine a signal, a person needs to physically place a probe on a test point to view it on an oscilloscope, and remote work can be limited by the reality that oscilloscopes are limited to four channels in many cases. Additionally, when debugging onsite, moving probes is time consuming, and in some cases signals may not be accessible if the test head is docked to a prober or handler. The Remote Connectivity Matrix (RCM) was developed to address this limitation. In this presentation, we’ll discuss the RCM, a remotely controllable relay matrix designed in a compact and modular box that can reliably wire hundreds of DUT signals to an oscilloscope. Coupled with DIB design, this tool allows the test engineer to remotely debug a test solution without the need to move probes and increases debugging efficiency in a global, remote environment. The RCM also interfaces with Teradyne’s SpikeCheck Automation Tool to greatly reduce the engineering time required during product release. Attend this presentation to learn more about the RCM, a valuable tool for debugging hardware and test programs in an increasingly remote, global economy.