System Test using JTAG

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System Test using JTAG

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Boundary Scan technique is most often thought of as a board-level test method, but certain techniques makes system level test with JTAG quite effective. Many types of faults can arise when systems are assembled. JTAG testing techniques are well suited to finding and diagnosing many of these problems. For example, a connector may not be making good electrical connect or connector’s pins might be damaged during assembly, some parts of device might be missing or not functioning properly. This paper will show the certain techniques like “Ring Architecture”, “Star Architecture” and “Multi- drop Architecture” for System level testing using JTAG.

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Through the JTAG IEEE 1149.1 standard is widely used for board level test, this paper would show the applications of the same standard at the system level test. The system level test using JTAG techniques can be very helpful to support and maintenance personal long after a system has been assembled in a manufacturing environment and installed at a customer location.

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    In emerging economies, access to healthcare services is limited and expensive. Consider doctor-to-patient ratios: Afghanistan has only 2 doctors for every 10,000 patients, India has 6, China has 18, the United States has 24, and Switzerland has 41 (Source: World Bank, 2010 data). To address this discrepancy, doctors in developing countries need tools to help them prioritize time among patients and deliver care efficiently.

    Connected care technologies are bridging this gap by giving doctors remote access to patient data. In this article, we present an example proof of concept (PoC) based on the Intel® Quark™ processor. The PoC aggregates patient data and uploads it to the cloud, allowing doctors to analyze patient needs and optimize their schedules accordingly. What’s more, the PoC can be transformed into a low-cost, production- ready design with minimal time and effort – thus creating an effective solution for developing economies.

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