XJTAG has introduced a new JTAG chain debugger to enable engineers using its boundary scan system to significantly improve printed circuit board (PCB) set-up times and to quickly troubleshoot faults on early prototype circuits.
SMS Electronics, one of the UK’s leading electronics manufacturing services (EMS) companies, has tripled the number of XJTAG boundary scan system licenses it holds to enable it to meet an upsurge in production demand at its 11,000 square metre manufacturing facility in Nottingham, England.
XJTAG has launched its new corporate licensing plan to enable clients to spread the cost of boundary scan design, development and test equipment. The new licence plan, which includes a five year price promise, as well as support, maintenance and annual upgrades, is designed to help customers expand their capabilities while keeping a handle on costs.
XJTAG has appointed FlowCAD as its distributor for Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The EDA specialist is especially well-positioned to sell into and support its extensive customer base in these markets. The company was founded by former employees of Cadence Design Systems in Munich. FlowCAD will be selling the XJTAG system into its established base of electronic design customers across a wide range of industries.
XJTAG has scheduled a series of free ‘Introduction to boundary scan’ training workshops at its Cambridge headquarters. The full-day sessions will run throughout the autumn and winter and are designed to provide design, development, test, and production engineers with a practical hands-on introduction to boundary scan.
CRFS (Cambridge Radio Frequency Services), a developer and manufacturer of innovative real-time spectral analysis tools, has selected the XJTAG system to debug, test and programme its RFeye™ real-time spectrum monitoring system.
Exhibitors and organisers are urging everyone involved in the electronics sector to support National Electronics Week (NEW), the UK’s premier electronics industry exhibition, which holds its inaugural event at London’s Earls Court from 17-19 June 2008.
XJTAG, a leading supplier of IEEE Std. 1149.x compliant boundary scan development tools, has introduced a 3U PXI (PCI extensions for Instrumentation) XJTAG module, which provides a high speed interface to the boundary scan chain. It will be unveiled and demonstrated by XJTAG at National Electronics Week (Stand C61), which takes place at London’s Earls Court from 17-19 June 2008
TVonics, the British digital television device manufacturer, has selected the XJTAG boundary scan development system to debug, test and programme its diverse range of energy efficient digital TV products, which include the newly-released DTR-FP2500 FREEVIEW playback digital TV recorder.
Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing, a leading designer and manufacturer of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) systems and board level products, has selected the XJTAG boundary scan development system to improve the process of debugging and testing its range of radar, video and graphics products.
XJTAG has agreed a three-year deal to sponsor National Electronics Week, the UK’s premier electronics industry exhibition, which holds its inaugural event at London’s Earls Court, from 17-19 June 2008.