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Boundary-scan starter pack targets cost-sensitive projects

26 Feb 2013

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JTAG test equipment supplier Goepel has recently unveiled its PicoTAP Designer Studio. The company's latest offering is aimed at engineers with cost-sensitive projects and newcomers to the JTAG/boundary-scan test arena. Powered via USB, the hardware/software bundle teams a mixed signal I/O module with the PicoTAP boundary-scan controller.

The PicoTAP Designer Studio covers a multitude of boundary-scan applications, from prototype hardware debugging and interconnection testing between BGA components to small batch production. It can also be used as a teaching tool at universities and polytechnic colleges.

In addition to the PicoTAP controller and CION FXT-96/A I/O module, the kit comes with System Cascon Basic/SX Development Station software. The bundle's performance level can be extended from pure test (base version) to provide additional functions, such as in-system programming of small flash and logic devices, as well as memory and cluster test.

Further information regarding the PicoTAP can be found here.

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