Positron Annihilation Doppler Broadening Spectroscopy (PADPS) is a nondestructive technique used in materials science. Electrical measurements are one of the oldest techniques also used in materials science. This paper aims to discuss the availability of using both PADPS and electrical measurements as diagnostic techniques to detect defects in a set of plastically deformed 5454 wrought aluminum alloys. The results of the positron annihilation measurements and the electrical measurements were analyzed in terms of the two-state trapping model. This model can be used to investigate both the defect and dislocation densities of the samples under investigation. Results obtained by both nuclear and electrical techniques have been reported.