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Corelis article featured in U.S. Tech Magazine

The May 2018 issue of U.S. Tech features our article, “Triangulating BGA Faults with Boundary Scan“. View the article to learn how JTAG can be used to detect and diagnose manufacturing defects related to BGA devices.

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ScanExpress Software Operating System Support

Microsoft has declared that support for the Windows XP operating system has ended as of April 8, 2014; no further security updates and technical support will be provided. As a result, many organizations are upgrading their infrastructure with new systems running Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, and Windows 10 operating systems. End of Support for Windows XP Since Corelis …

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Visit Corelis at the Space Tech & Aerospace Electrical Systems Expo

Join us in booth 1032 at the co-located Space Tech Expo and Aerospace Electrical Systems Expo in Pasadena, California May 24 – 26, 2016. Exhibit Hall Hours Tuesday May 24 – 12 pm to 6 pm Wednesday May 25 – 9 am to 5 pm Thursday May 26 – 9 am to 3 pm Exhibit hall registration is free; we hope …

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Embedded World 2016

Our partner A.R. Bayer DSP Systeme GmbH will be exhibiting Corelis products at Embedded World 2016 next week from February 23-25, 2016 in Nuremberg, Germany. Stop by booth 100 in hall 4A to learn about the latest in Corelis JTAG and bus analyzer solutions as well as Blackhawk JTAG emulators.

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4 shunt tips for JTAG boundary-scan testing

Harwin M7581-05

Shorting jumper shunts are frequently used to configure a unit under test (UUT) a particular way for boundary-scan testing–perhaps a compliance enable signal must be met or FPGA configuration needs to be inhibited. Because these shunts are meant to configure the system for test mode and could cause functional failures, it is important to ensure that test-only shunts are removed …

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New ScanExpress JTAG Software Version 8.2 Feature Highlights

Corelis ScanExpress JTAG software version 8.2 is now available! All users with a current maintenance contract can download the software from our download site and new shipments will include the updated software. Software enhancements, new features, and updated device models have been applied across the entire suite of products. Featured Enhancements ScanExpress Viewer ODB++ Support and Trace Display ScanExpress Viewer …

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There’s still time to sign up for spring & summer JTAG training

There’s still room available in our spring & summer 3-day training class, held in Cerritos, California. Remaining classes for 2015 include:   Enjoy the wonderful Southern California weather as you learn about JTAG / boundary-scan concepts and best practices, including: Call or e-mail Corelis Training (training@corelis.com, +1 (562) 926-6727) today to reserve your spot, or .

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Visit Us at Embedded World 2015

A.R. Bayer DSP Systeme GmbH, our partner in Central Europe, will be exhibiting at Embedded World 2015 in Nuremberg, Germany February 24 through 26. As usual, A.R. Bayer can be found in hall 4A, booth #100. Stop by for a cup of coffee and to discuss in person the latest JTAG/boundary-scan solutions from Corelis and emulators from Blackhawk. We hope to see you there!

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New JTAG Starter Kit

The Corelis JTAG Starter Kit is now available! The JTAG Starter Kit includes everything you need to get up and running with JTAG quickly and easily. ScanExpress Debugger JTAG analyzer and toolkit. Portable USB JTAG controller. 1 year of technical support and software updates. Software Feature Highlights Topology wizard with chain auto-detection makes it easy to set up a project. …

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ScanExpress Software CD v8.1 is now available!

A new ScanExpress software CD has just been released featuring an updated ScanExpress Debugger application with new component visualization windows, making it easier than ever to use JTAG to troubleshoot and debug boards. The new component windows display the current status of each boundary-scan IO and can also be used to specify a state for that pin,including setting a pin to …

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