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Circuit and DFT techniques for robust and low cost qualification of a mixed-signal SoC with integrated power management system

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11 Author(s)
Balasubramanian, L. ; Texas Instrum. India Private Ltd., Bangalore, India ; Sabbarwal, P. ; Mittal, R.K. ; Narayanan, P.
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This paper discusses some specific circuit, and analog DFT techniques and methodologies used in integrated power management (PM) systems to overcome challenges of mixed-signal SoC qualification. They are mainly targeted at achieving the following: 1. Enabling the robust digital and system level test and burn-in (BI) with external supplies by disabling the on-chip PM with robust power-on performance, 2. Minimising external on-board active components in BI board and making the whole BI process more robust, 3. Making the IDDQ tests more robust, increasing the IDDQ sensitivity by less error prone design methods and enabling IDDQ tests possible on analog supplies, and 4. Defining separate BI strategy for the whole PM modules on-chip and enabling it by targeted analog test modes.

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Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition (DATE), 2011

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14-18 March 2011

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