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Feature Story 2013-10-09

Choose the right system calibration services for your Keysight i3070/3070 In-circuit Test System
Keysight offer a range of new calibration service with and without system calibration license to use for your Keysight i3070/3070 In-circuit Test System

Case Study 2012-09-28

Changes in Test Coverage - Article Reprint
This article discusses challenges behind in-circuit testing on modern-day high speed, high complexity PCBAs, and work-around solutions currently available.

Article 2012-08-24

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Expanding Coverage with Boundary Scan - Article Reprint
Limited access tests can expand or leverage on boundary scan and provide more test coverage for a myriad of devices, beyond just boundary scan device coverage.

Article 2012-08-24

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ICT Total Cost of Ownership - Article Reprint
This article examines how the total cost of ICT ownership continues to change. It discusses the factors that a manufacturer should consider before making an investment.

Article 2012-08-24

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The Value of the in-Circuit Tester - Article Reprint
This article discusses how in-circuit testers for PCBAs can play a significant role to enhance product value and increase production efficiency for electronics manufacturers.

Article 2012-08-24

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Boundary-Scan Advanced Diagnostic Methods
This paper illustrates how usage of boundary scan circuit information and predictive analysis of potential assembly faults will provide more precise and accurate diagnostic information.

Article 2012-04-17

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Testing DDR Memory; How On-Chip DFT Helps
This paper discusses DDR memory testing challenges we see today, and how the adoption of DFT capabilities pays off in higher test coverage, better diagnostics and reduced programming/support time.

Article 2012-04-17

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Surviving State Disruptions Caused by Test: A Case Study - Article Reprint
This paper discusses new instructions for IEEE 1149.1 boundary scan tests that can remove "lobotomy problems" during tests.

Article 2011-11-04

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In-Circuit Test (ICT): The King Is Dead; Long Live the King!
Reports of the demise of in-circuit testing have been exaggerated for at least 20 years. Despite this, ICT is still here and kicking. This paper discusses various reasons why the King lives on.

Article 2011-11-04

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Defect Coverage of Boundary-Scan Tests - Article Reprint
This paper discusses the potential and challenges with some defects when using the "PCOLA/SOQ" metric model in boundary scan test coverage.

Article 2011-11-04

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Test Coverage: What Does It Mean when a Board Test Passes? - Article Reprint
Defining board test coverage as a percentage of devices or nodes having tests does not accurately portray coverage. This paper explores an alternative 'defect universe' to better depict test coverage.

Article 2011-10-27

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A New Probing Technique for High-Speed/High-Density Printed Circuit Boards - Article Reprint
This paper discusses how in-circuit test access can be maintained, even on highly dense gigabit logic boards.

Article 2011-10-24

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ICT Boundary Scan Development Steps - Article Reprint
This paper discusses how test point access and good data can make a big difference in the success of your boundary scan test. Best practises for boundary scan test development are also highlighted.

Article 2011-08-08

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A Primer on Test Options - Article Reprint
This paper discusses why ICT remains the best option for high-volume electronics manufacturing, with its flexibility to provide a myriad of test options to meet different manufacturing needs.

Article 2011-08-08

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LED Measurement Options at ICT - Article Reprint
This paper reviews current methods and constraints of LED color testing methodologies.

Article 2011-08-08

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Successful ICT Boundary Scan Implementation - Article Reprint
This paper details eight steps which can help you get the best possible boundary scan test coverage with your i3070 in-circuit tester.

Article 2011-08-08

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In-circuit test – Still standing strong
Nay-sayers who about a decade ago started doubting the viability of in-circuit test should look at the thriving sub-ecosystem that is supporting this manufacturing test stalwart.

Article 2011-03-11

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In-Circuit Tester - N5747A High-Power Power Supply - Case Study
This paper discusses the first successful implementation of the Keysight N5747A high-power power supply on a customer product - a networking board project.

Case Study 2011-02-11

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Programming In-System versus Offline-Article Reprint
Is offline programming or ISP at in-circuit test better? One key consideration is the cost of each method. This paper looks at pros and cons of these two methods contributing to the overall costing.

Article 2011-01-13

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Latin America: Pushing the Boundaries of Test-Article Reprint
A first-hand stock taking of the EMS scene in Brazil and Mexico from an engineer's road trip.

Article 2011-01-13

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Solutions for Undetected Shorts on IEEE 1149.1 Self-Monitoring Pins
This paper presents the problem of undetected shorts on IEEE 1149.1 compliant self-monitoring pins, and potential mitigating solutions.

Article 2010-12-10

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Principal Component Analysis-Based Compensation for Measurement Errors
This paper examines some issues and trends that justify adding features to IEEE 1149.1 that will facilitate safe, fast and effective initialization of a board or system, to get it ready for testing. Published with kind permission of the IEEE

Article 2010-12-10

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Surviving State Disruptions Caused by Test: the "Lobotomy Problem"
This paper examines some issues and trends that justify adding features to IEEE 1149.1 that will facilitate safe, fast and effective initialization of a board or system, to get it ready for testing. Published with kind permission of the IEEE

Article 2010-12-10

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A New Equilibrium
The EMS and ODM markets are moving to a new equilibrium as they continue to balance cost pressures and technology evolution. This article looks at the trends shaping this new balance.

Article 2010-10-20

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