Boundary Scan Test

Now that your board has moved from prototyping to manufacturing, things are humming along until…there is a snag in manufacturing. Suddenly an entire run of boards is failing for unknown reasons, and you’re already dangerously close to being behind schedule.

Use this function to: Check the fault coverage of your test for a specific fault condition. Insert an open fault without modifying your board or test fixture. Validate that your test is working as expected. How to Insert Faults 1. Create a file FaultInsert.txt in your test project directory. 2. Add fault declarations to the […]

Posted on December 18, 2012 in Boundary Scan Test, onTAP, onTAP JTAG Blog

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While not all boundary scan terminology is contained in the guide, there are enough terms to at least acquaint you with some of the most commonly used expressions. BIST: Built-In Self-Test, sometimes controllable via boundary scan BOARD NETLIST: Files that show the connections between devices on a circuit board and the probe access to circuit […]

Many newcomers to JTAG test start their first projects knowing only that boundary scan testing is a requirement for new board design. The specifics of boundary scan, details of test strategy, or expected results are, for many, uncharted territory. In fact, most newcomers to boundary scan testing are uncertain as to what questions to ask […]

Thank you for your interest in onTAP Boundary Scan software.  Please download and install onTAP Boundary Scan Software on your target machine.  Once you install onTAP, open and run the software.  This will generate a license.txt file, which is found in the …\Flynn Systems Corp\onTAP folder.  Please copy this file and e-mail it to license@flynn.com.  We […]

Flynn Systems Corp (FSC), developer of onTAP Boundary Scan Solutions, and Keyware Technology Co., Ltd. the Chinese software test technology leader in strategies and development of boundary scan and functional test, have established a new strategic relationship.

When you purchase any onTAP Boundary Scan Software license, we are giving you the option to add another license to your package for FREE*. That’s right, FREE. Buy a development seat for the lab, or an MTO for manufacturing, and get another one for a co-worker. You have your choice of an MTO or DLL.

We are constantly exposed to new situations in boundary scan test and new approaches to using boundary scan to achieve better test fault coverage. One item standing in the way of higher, more accurate fault coverage is common tri-state control cells.

Posted on November 17, 2009 in Boundary Scan, Boundary Scan Test, onTAP JTAG Blog, Product News

We insure that your boundary scan tests are maximized for the highest possible fault coverage, are completely debugged, and are ready to put in the hands of test engineers on the manufacturing floor, so all they have to do is “press a button.”
We support our tests and we will support your manufacturer by answering questions and bringing them up-to-speed with boundary scan test and onTAP.