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Use of JTAG boundary-scan for testing electronic circuit boards and systems

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Todaypsilas complex printed circuit boards and high-density ball-grid array and other chip-size package ICs have led to the standardization and wide-spread use of JTAG (Joint Test Action Group) boundary-scan technology for test and debug. Topics include the evolution of JTAG standards, basic fundamentals of boundary-scan architecture, board testability using boundary-scan and system-level testing. Additionally, this paper will address the advantages and disadvantages of JTAG testing and propose advanced JTAG test methodologies including remote testing and diagnostics.

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AUTOTESTCON, 2008 IEEE

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8-11 Sept. 2008

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