Richardson, TX (Oct. 28, 2014) – A new series of eBooks on three IEEE standards – IJTAG, JTAG and 1500 ECT – explores why and how all three can be used by validation, test and debug engineers who are working with instrumentation embedded in chips and on circuit boards. Authored by Al Crouch, vice chairman of the IEEE 1687 Internal JTAG (IJTAG) standards committee and a chief technologist for ASSET InterTech ( www.asset-intertech.com), the first two eBooks in the series are an Introduction Tutorial and a Technical Tutorial.
“I wanted to explain why several standards, each a very good standard in its own right, come into play in one technology area like embedded instruments. This is actually a pretty common occurrence,” Crouch said. “The second eBook in the series came about because I realized engineers really want to know the technical details concerning how the standards work and how they interact. So, after I explained the issues in the Introduction Tutorial I wrote the Technical Tutorial.”
Either or both eBooks can be downloaded for free from the ASSET InterTech website’s eResources center.
“IJTAG vs JTAG vs 1500 ECT | Introduction Tutorial” is available here: http://www.asset-intertech.com/Products/IJTAG-Test/IJTAG-Test-Software/IJTAG-JTAG-1500-ECT-Introduction-Tutorial
“IJTAG vs JTAG vs 1500 ECT | Technical Tutorial” is available here: http://www.asset-intertech.com/Products/IJTAG-Test/IJTAG-Test-Software/IJTAG-vs-JTAG-vs-1500-ECT-Technical-Tutorial
Many other informative eBooks, white papers and videos on issues relating to chip, board and system debug, validation and test can be downloaded from: http://www.asset-intertech.com/eResources
About ASSET InterTech
ASSET InterTech is a leading supplier to the electronics industry of tools based on embedded instrumentation. The SourcePoint debug and trace platform and the ScanWorks® platform for embedded instruments overcome the limitations of external test and measurement equipment by applying instrumentation embedded in code and in chips to debug and validate software and to test and validate chips and circuit boards. With ASSET’s software/hardware tools, engineers can quickly debug firmware and then diagnose how it interacts with hardware. ASSET InterTech is located at 2201 North Central Expressway, Suite 105, Richardson, TX 75080.
ASSET and ScanWorks are registered trademarks and Arium and SourcePoint are trademarks of ASSET InterTech, Inc.
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