SMT & Inspection | March 31, 2008

DiGiCo uses JTAG boundary-scan test

Surrey-based audio mixing consoles manufacturer DiGiCo has added JTAG boundary-scan test to its latest generation product range.
DiGiCo is known for its audio mixing solutions, which have been used at major events such as Live 8, Live Earth and Concert for Diana, on world tours for Madonna, Aerosmith and Take That, and for numerous West End and Broadway productions.

The manufacturer used JTAG Technologies Pro/Vision boundary-scan application development tool and the recently announced JT 3705/USB twin-TAP (Test Access Port) hardware to aid the development and to test its SD7 audio console.

The console is assembled in Glenrothes, Scotland, with the PCB manufacture and test performed by a local CEM.


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