Electronics Weekly – September 2019 – JTAG evolution

Confusion about what is or isn’t JTAG is a continuing debate. The acronym stands for the Joint Test Action Group, the committee of engineers who defined the boundary-scan standard (IEEE std 1149.1) between 1986 and 1990.

As JTAG Test tools evolve to match use cases this article describes what is and what isn’t JTAG?

The many faces of the JTAG port

JTAG is an acronym of Joint Test Action Group and, initially, the aim was to provide an alternative system to aid circuit board assembly testing, i.e. for detecting and diagnosing assembly errors such as solder shorts, linked pins and missing/badly-placed components.

Electronics Weekly

June 2019

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Why Test?

Design for Manufacturing (DfM), rules and highly automated assembly equipment minimize the number of assembly errors on your printed circuit assemblies (PCBAs) to deliver fault free, high quality PCBAs they must be tested to detect and remove any remaining assembly errors.

Electronics Engineering Times Europe

January 2016

JTAG Technologies 25 jaar ervaring

Peter van den Eijnden, MD JTAG Technologies: We zijn ons nauwelijks bewust, maar de wereld zou bijna stoppen met draaien als er geen elektronica was. Gezondheidszorg, mobiliteit, wetenschappelijk onderzoek en nog veel meer vertrouwen allemaal op Printed Circuit Boards. Elektronica kan ons leven redden en daarom moet deze betrouwbaar zijn en precies werken zoals bedoeld. Nul-error waarschijnlijkheid is het doel en onze oplossingen op basis van boundary-scan minimaliseren het risico van defecte elektronica in elke branche.

Link Magazine

Januari 2019