Throughout 2021 we have planned a series of unique Webinars to help you understand how our Boundary scan tools and services can help you to improve your product quality, time-to-market and the production yield of your electronic assemblies (PCBAs) – while also reducing costs!
So far during Q1 we have presented three Webinars (introduction , advanced, initial design assessment) which have been recorded and can be watched via this link: https://www.jtag.com/recorded-
For Q2 we have developed three further live Webinars as follows:
April 14th – Programming Devices via the JTAG Interface
An insight into device ‘in-system’ programing JTAG/boundary-scan, or IEEE Std 1149.1. Many electronics assemblies already include JTAG/boundary-scan circuitry for board test, but did you know this is often used for production configuration or field updates of your design..?
Includes sections on –
– Direct vs Indirect Programming
– Flash device programming
– PLDs and Micros
This webinar aims to inform test and development engineers how JTAG/boundary-scan is used to program devices already populated onto PCB assemblies.
May 12th – JTAG Functional Test
How to use scripting systems such as Python to generate powerful test programs to combat your boards (PCBAs) potential assembly problems.
– Background and comparison with ‘traditional’ JTAG Testing.
– Available APIs
– JFT coded Examples
This webinar covers how effective boundary-scan board (PCBA) tests can be generated with simple tools and familiar languages
June 9th – Emulative Testing via the JTAG Interface
JTAG testing is synonymous with boundary-scan (IEEE Std 1149.1).
However not all devices with a JTAG port support boundary-scan and some that do, have restricted access to some signal pins. And what about access to analog functions such as built- in ADC and DAC in today’s micros?
This webinar discusses how JTAG Technologies CoreCommander functions can be used to exploit the micro’s core (e.g. ARM, TriCore, MIPs…) power for board-level testing and more..