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What to Consider When Selecting the Optimal Test Strategy
This paper addresses several issues for selecting the optimal inspection strategy, presenting data from many studies that Keysight has performed in the quest to find the optimal test / inspection strategy.

Application Note 2003-03-01

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Using Boundary Scan to Link Design and Manufacturing Test
By leveraging boundary-scan tests generated in Design and re-using them at Manufacturing Test, manufacturers can produce long-term benefits in terms of lower costs, greater efficiencies and higher quality products.

Application Note 2003-03-01

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Boundary Scan Helps EMS Companies Cut Test Costs and Increase Revenues
Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) providers can utilize boundary-scan to reduce test cost expenses and also generate additional revenue opportunities.

Application Note 2003-03-01

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System Issues in Boundary-Scan Board Test
While Boundary-Scan is a powerful test tool, test engineers are finding out that yesterday's DFT rules and test approaches may actually be detrimental to successfully testing systems on a board.

Application Note 2003-01-28

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Design for Testability - Test for Designability
This paper addresses testability considerations, both physical and logical, and focuses on both the new constraints and the new freedoms of modern manufacturing test in the ever-changing challenge.

Application Note 2003-01-28

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New Features in Version 5.0 Software for 3070
Typically, when Keysight's Manufacturing Test Division introduces a new software revision for its flagship 3070 In-Circuit Tester, it only communicates with customers about the major new features.

Application Note 2003-01-28

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Ground Bounce Basics and Best Practices
This article offers a description of the physical properties that result in ground bounce during board test.

Application Note 2003-01-28

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A New Process for Measuring and Displaying Board Test Coverage
Written by Kenneth P. Parker, Keysight Technologies. First presented at Apex 2003, Anaheim, California.

Application Note 2003-01-01

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Interactive Board Complexity Calculator
Calculate Your Board's Complexity Index.

Application Note 2002-11-01

UNIX vs. Windows Differences for 3070 Users
This documentation serves as a PC transition guide to help existing 3070 customers migrate from the Unix platform to the PC platform.

Application Note 2002-09-19

Windows & Unix Feature Comparison
The Windows & Unix 3070 Feature Comparison document provides a detailed listing of features translated to the Windows based 3070 from the Unix based 3070.

Application Note 2002-07-31

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3070 In System Programming (ISP) Family
On Board Programming, Bottom Line Benefits

Application Note 2002-07-25

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Maintaining Power with Dual Stage Fixtures
Occasionally there is a need to do dual stage fixturing where power must be maintained during parts of both stages.

Application Note 2002-06-07

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PLD Programming on the Keysight 3070 Using the PLD ISP Product
In-System Programmable PLDs are more widely used on today's boards to provide flexibility to design engineers and to reduce the cost of a product.

Application Note 2002-02-26

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3070 Series 3 Flash70 Programming Guide
This guide contains information about the procedures, tasks, and syntax required to perform flash programming with HP 3070 test systems.

Application Note 2001-09-12

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Breakthrough Innovations: Keysight Automated Silicon Nails
Automated Silicon Nails takes the popular IEEE 1149.1 Boundary-Scan standard even further by using Boundary-Scan chains to automatically test non-Boundary-Scan devices.

Application Note 2001-08-15

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3070 Board Tests are Reliable, Repeatable and Transportable. Here's Why.
It would take a very long paper to discuss all of the factors that make Keysight 3070 tests so reliable, repeatable, and transportable. This paper selects a few of the important ones.

Application Note 2001-08-15

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In-System Programming on the Keysight 3070
In-System Programmable devices are more widely used on today's boards to provide flexibility to design engineers and to reduce the cost of a product.

Application Note 2001-07-02

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Tying a Power Supply to Multiple Boards in a Panel
If you have a situation with multiple boards on a panel, and you need to wire one or more power supplies to each board, you often can wind up with problems wiring power and ground. Usually, you'll see warnings of the type FXT66.

Application Note 2001-06-12

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Writing Flash Memory with Keysight 3070 Systems
Flash memory is traditionally programmed on PROM programmers, but some manufacturers report a one percent damage rate due to the extra handling steps required!

Application Note 2001-05-18

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Reducing Process Defect Escapes with Vectorless Test
Process defects that escape in-circuit test lead at best to increased repair costs, and at worst to a "bone pile1" problem.

Application Note 2001-05-17

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Up-and-Down Programming DUT Power Supplies
There seems to be some confusion on what the current limits are when using the DUT supplies in the Keysight 3070 system. While this article is not meant to be an exhaustive treatise on the subject, a little clarification might help.

Application Note 2001-05-17

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A Quality Test Demands A Quality Fixture
A Check List for getting a quality board test fixture first time, every time.

Application Note 2001-05-16

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Improved Fault Coverage in a Combined X-ray and In-Circuit Test Environment
Cutting functional test failures in half and doubling the faults detected at process test! These are some of the case study results observed in combined X-ray and in-circuit test environments.

Application Note 2001-02-27

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Electrical In-circuit Test Methods for Limited-access Boards
This paper surveys the various electrical test methods and tools available to address testing boards that lack full electrical access.

Application Note 2001-02-27

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