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The Senate chief prober indicated it was now up to the Executive Department, the Department of Justice, the National Bureau of Investigation and the Philippine National Police to undertake a deeper investigation 'to find out if Bikoy was doing it 'solo flight' or there are other people behind him.'
Except for the Aehr Test machines that use a cartridge system to hold and contact wafers, most types of probe cards are used with a wafer prober. Steve Martinez, vice president of marketing at Electroglas, described some of the factors involved in large-scale probing.
A vision probe system has been developed that combines the attributes of production and analytical probers to deal with the problems of device misalignment and planarity variations.
Probers seized from the suspect 40 grams of shabu with an estimated street value of P150,000 and a gun.
Probers have requested for a copy of CCTV footages that may have captured the victim's final moments, particularly from the time he left the hotel until before his body was found.
Probers said the couple could be fighting that led to the shooting of Gragasin and suicide byGreycochia.
Confirming that Senate probers have concluded the inquiry, Gordon said they have no plans to conduct further hearings of the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee on the case after ex-National Police Senior Supt.
Arson probers are still investigating the incident.
Meanwhile, a woman, identified by fire probers as Vicky Ildefonso sustained a second degree burn after the fire.
Some probers do use granite bases, but the material more often shows up in massive air-supported vibration isolation tables.
Probers have yet to determine the motive for the killing.
SENATE Blue Ribbon Committee probers prodded the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to investigate the rampant use of fictitious names and fake Alien Certificates of Registration (ACR) in opening bank accounts and business registrations 'for nefarious purposes.'