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The More Things Change…

Posted April 09, 2014 12:01 PM by Engineering360 eNewsletter

A wise soul once said that every generalization is false - including this one. For years, printed-circuit-board manufacturers have heard pundits talk about the death of functional test, the death of in-circuit test, boundary scan as a panacea, the increased need for functional test - you get the idea. With today's test challenges as varied as the products in which they reside, manufacturers have to identify the mix of technologies and architectures on every board to determine how to combine available test methods to ensure that customers get the best products. This item examines the array of test tools and strategies recommended by some prominent vendors of board-level test equipment.


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04/11/2014 11:13 AM

Very informative article. thanks.

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