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Volume 5

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Volume 5 - Business Document

Context

About this Document

This document, Volume 5 of 5 volumes, presents the economic arguments supporting the adoption of system-level boundary scan. These cases are made with reference to each of the SJTAG Use Cases, and it is recommended that this volume is read in conjunction with Volume 2 – Use Cases.

Documentation Map

Readers seeking further information on specific topics are directed to the following volumes:

  • Volume 1 – Overview
    • Scope of SJTAG
    • Purpose of SJTAG
    • Primary Constraints
    • Relationship to Other Standards
  • Volume 2 – Use Cases
    • Structural Test
    • Configuration/Tuning/Instrumentation
    • Software Debug
    • Built-In Self Test
    • Fault Injection
    • Programming/Updates
    • Root Cause Analysis/Failure Mode Analysis
    • Power-on Self Test
    • Environmental Stress Test
    • Device Versioning
  • Volume 3 – Hardware Architectures
    • Hardware Topologies
    • Device Under Test Connectivity Schemes
    • XBST - External BST
    • Built-in Self-Test
    • In-System Programming/Configuration (ISP/ISC)
    • EBST - Embedded BST
    • Tooling Requirements
    • Conformance Levels
  • Volume 4 – Languages and Data Formats
    • Language Mapping to Circuit Model
    • Role of Languages
    • Dynamic and Static Information
    • Implementation Issues
  • Volume 5 – Business Case
    • Topic 1
  • Abbreviations and Glossary