Functional circuit board testing presents many challenges that are often costly and time-consuming. Most functional tests need to be customized for each design, limiting reusability. This results in software engineers vying for the time between development code and test code. Even when functional tests become available, the diagnostic details are often inadequate to give clear visibility on a given problem.
This on-demand webinar features insight into ScanExpress JET, a software solution designed to overcome these challenges by automating the functional test generation process on CPU–based IEEE-1149.1 compliant circuit boards. Coined JTAG Embedded Test, JET is the preferred method for at-speed, non-intrusive functional testing.
This on-demand one hour webinar distills years of experience working with customers and developing customer test procedures. Learn a successful approach to boundary-scan test development from our experts and add our experience base to your knowledge.
View this on-demand webinar featuring an introduction and history to boundary-scan, how boundary-scan works, hardware, and documentation requirements, common applications of boundary-scan, in-system programming, and good design-for-test practices and requirements, basic scan chain design, designing for good signal integrity, and compliance enable conditions.
View this on-demand webinar to learn about the benefits of JTAG/boundary-scan test strategies using Corelis ScanExpress systems. Traditional JTAG/boundary-scan testing has empowered organizations to improve test coverage while reducing test time and cost, while leveraging the same tests throughout the product life cycle.
In today’s fast paced environment with short time-to-market requirements, it has become increasingly important to design products that allow for early fault and failure detection. The earlier a mistake or a defect can be detected in the design phase or in the production process, the less money it will cost to remedy it and the sooner the product will be ready for production or shipment. A good Design-For-Test (DFT) strategy is needed during the design process to ensure testability of a product.