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In the News

Electronics Weekly – June 2009

XJTAG boundary scan saved one network equipment firm more than $100,000 a year

To meet the cost and time constraints facing developers, engineers need tools that overcome the limitations of traditional test techniques, but that also allow developers to retest revised assemblies quickly each time the design is changed. Boundary scan testing provides a means to meet these requirements.
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EMT Worldwide – May 2009

Making the link

Wireless camera systems developer, Link Research, has partnered with Briton EMS, a UK CEM with RF capability and boundary scan test experience. The company is an approved XJTAG EMS Developer. This means that it is using the full development capability of the XJTAG system for debugging, testing and programming complex PCBs and systems throughout the product lifecycle.
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Electronics Weekly – January 2009

Flash programming using boundary scan and an FPGA

Dominic Plunkett describes how an alternative flash programming method achieves near theoretical programming times. Relatively inexpensive, high-density flash memories are good news for product developers under pressure to implement more and better functions in next-generation designs. Reprogramming in situ not only streamlines design and prototyping, but also delivers several advantages when used in the end product.
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