An editor allows device models to be created that have configurable options for maximum reuse, and data-rich log files that are now even easier for existing systems to analyse.
The API allows engineers to use XJAnalyser’s ability to manipulate the pins of JTAG-enabled ICs in their own software with almost no set up. This gives developers the ability to enhance non-JTAG tests: for example, a test routine can use the API to set control lines on a board to enable / disable individual power rails during testing; and to receive notifications if monitored pins change state. This provides engineers with much-needed flexibility when designing functional tests. The API has been written for C#, Visual Basic and other .NET environments, and works with test executives such as National Instruments’ LabVIEW, TestStand and LabWindows/CVI. It is available to any user with an XJTAG system that includes XJAnalyser, and come with example projects in Visual Studio, LabVIEW and TestStand that demonstrate how to use the API.