Board Bring-Up

Too much time bringing up prototype boards brings down the likelihood of success for new products. ScanWorks shortens the bring-up process for design engineers with multiple software tools to verify hardware without expensive fixtures or scopes. And the tools don’t rely on operating firmware or software. ScanWorks board bring-up makes sure the hardware is functional so software debug can focus on bugs in the software, not hardware issues.


Board Bring-Up

High-Speed I/O Check

Don’t settle for a distorted outsider’s view of the signaling on high-speed serial I/O buses and chip interconnects. By employing instruments embedded in chips, ScanWorks shows you the integrity of the signals at the receiver, from the inside out. You’ll get a better grip on signal integrity and the defects on your board. Plus you’ll have a set of powerful diagnostic tools.


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Board Test and Debug

Manufacturing testers are losing their touch. Test pads are vanishing and bed-of-nail fixtures are too expensive for your margins. ScanWorks will keep pace with your beat rate, isolating electrical faults, leveraging functional test and rapidly programming devices like flash memory that’s already on-board. In the field, ScanWorks compiles failure analysis data to support installed systems and improve future designs.


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Chip Test & Debug

It’s an inverse relationship going in the wrong direction. Chips will always get smaller and this in turn will make chip test and debug increasingly more difficult. For example, in some cases ATE test time has become so expensive that the cost-of-test can exceed the cost of the chip itself. The solution is ScanWorks with its at-speed chip test tools based on instruments embedded in the silicon and the new IEEE P1687 Internal JTAG (IJTAG) standard. Chip Test & Debug

CPU & FPGA Support

ScanWorks supports Intel®, ARM®, Freescale™,
& other CPUs; Altera® and Xilinx® FPGAs.

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