JTAG


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JTAGJoint Test Action Group (developer of IEEE Standard 1149.1-1990)
JTAGJoint Test Action Group
JTAGJoint Test Advisory Group (US DoD)
JTAGJoint Technical Assessment Group
JTAGJoint Technical Activities Group
JTAGJoint Technical Advisory Group
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The 1149 standard has the formal name, "IEEE Standard Test Access Port and Boundary Scan Architecture." Engineers often refer to it as simply "boundary scan" or "JTAG"; the latter stands for Joint Test Action Group, the group that launched the standardization effort.
"Our current focus is very much on Embedded System Access (ESA), where we use JTAG architectures to access and control test resources embedded in onboard devices such as processors and FPGAs," said David Whetstone, director of North American sales and business development for GOEPEL.
The DataBlaster JT 37x7/PXIe features sustained test clock speeds of up to 40 MHz by use of JTAG Technologies' proprietary Enhanced Throughput Technology (ETT) system.
JTAG stands for Joint Test Action Group and is pronounced to jay-tag but, which is normally meaning IEEE std 1149.1-1990 IEEE Standard Test Access Port and Boundary-Scan Architecture.
Use of JTAG and boundary scan helps address that issue, but only if the board layout accommodates that test strategy.
is recognized as a leading provider of Design for Test Consulting and for world class chip-focused JTAG software solutions to validate, verify, and utilize IEEE JTAG-related industry standards.
The kits include a size-limited license of the powerful toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench and can be used with IAR Systems' in-circuit debugging probe l-jet as well as other JTAG probes, and are also available in versions including an IAR J-Link Lite USB-JTAG/SWD debug probe.
RICHARDSON, TX--An eBook on how to rest DDR memory with non-intrusive JTAG or boundary-scan methods is available.
The debugging platform has download speeds of up to 1 MB per second, JTAG and Serial Wire Debug (SWD) clocking at up to 35 MHz, and Serial Wire Output (SWO) frequencies of up to 100 MHz.
The company said that this acquisition complements its product offering with a broad series of high quality JTAG emulators, in-circuit emulators and debuggers.