Monday, November 16, 2009

FREE JTAG Boundary-Scan Training Classes

For those interested in learning more about Boundary-Scan, Corelis (a JTAG Boundary-Scan company) offers free three-day training classes that include a boundary-scan tutorial and hands-on lab exercises using Corelis ScanExpress hardware and software. The training class covers all aspects of boundary-scan testing using Corelis ScanExpress tools. Design for testability (DFT), JTAG embedded functional test (JET), in-system programming (ISP) and test procedure generation are also covered.

Registration is now open for 2010.

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Thursday, November 12, 2009

JTAG Boundary Scan Engineers on Facebook

This group is dedicated to Engineers who currently work with and would like to learn more about JTAG Boundary-Scan testing tools and In-System Programming.

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Friday, May 1, 2009

JTAG Hacking

A JTAG enthusiast writes of his experience using JTAG to de-brick a router with corrupted firmware. JTAG is used to basically get access to the chips containing corrupted firmware and reprogram/reset code in the memory.

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Thursday, January 15, 2009

iNEMI Boundary-Scan Adoption Survey

iNEMI wants to hear about your experiences with boundary scan. Whether you work with printed circuit boards and use the technology (e.g., are a PCB designer, test engineer, engineering manager, design-for-test consultant, service & support staff, system architect, test equipment provider, etc.) or are an IC designer who integrates boundary scan into your products - iNEMI wants to hear from you. iNEMI is gauging the adoption rate of boundary scan and identifying any impediments to widespread use. Your input can provide valuable feedback to help improve test implementation and coverage for electronic products.

Survey Closed

Monday, January 12, 2009

How to Embed BSDL File Names in the Board Schematics and Netlist with Cadence OrCAD Capture

This article explains how to use the Cadence OrCAD Capture program to embed the BSDL file names in the schematics. The BSDL file name and package information will then be included in the packages section of a Telesis format netlist when it is created by OrCAD Capture.

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