JTAG ProVision 2020 Greatly Simplifies Today's Test Challenges

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JTAG Technologies, a global leader in test solutions and products based on boundary-scan, recently released a completely new edition of its PCBA Test Development software, known as JTAG ProVision.

Working from customer feedback and utilizing the expertise of its design team, JTAG Technologies says it has “further simplified the processes for testing modern PCB assemblies fitted with miniature components in highly integrated packages.” The updated software “Includes many novel features to create a faster, more versatile system that addresses the needs of test and design engineers through the next decade and beyond”

JTAG ProVision 2020 helps you to develop, manufacture and test electronic products with higher quality at lower costs in shorter time spans.

This latest release addresses all the challenges of cost-effective testing throughout a product's life-cycle.

JTAG ProVision 2020 greatly simplifies all engineering tasks. It enables generation of reliable and repeatable tests with high fault coverage. DFT tools for initial design assessment and auto test generators are included for rapid deployment of effective structural tests. Structural and functional testing can be combined with high-speed device in-system programming. Test and programming applications can be re-used from design debug through to repair.

Additional modules further allow improved coverage analysis from the early stages of design and allow test and programming applications to be integrated within third party test solutions with ease. ProVision’s intuitive user interface helps to provide a consistent approach to solving problems across all disciplines.



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