Costing just £295, the workshop will allow users to discover the power of boundary-scan testing for board bring-up and production applications. Attendees will work with the
JT 2156 training board and learn how to use the Buzz interactive test tool, AutoBuzz interconnect test system and the Python-based Script tool to generate cluster tests and re-usable cluster test modules for non-JTAG logic such as memories and I2C parts.
The workshop fee includes the cost of a JTAGLive controller and a six-month taster licence for the JTAGLive Studio system, together worth £650.
The event will be run close to the JTAG Technologies’ UK office in Bedford, a central location that offers easy access from both the A1 and M1 motorway. This event is scheduled for17th September 2015 and will begin at 9:30 am.
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