Welcome to the XJTAG blog
We believe that sharing our knowledge will help you get the most out of your XJTAG system. This is where our development and support team share their insights and experience. You’ll find posts highlighting particular features of the different software packages that make up the XJTAG development system or aspects of the XJEase language.
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Variants Part 3 – Adding Variations
On the Variants screen in XJDeveloper, the Variant Details panel displays the selected profiles and current variations for the variant selected in the Variants List. […]
Better Power/ Ground Net Suggestions in XJDeveloper 3.13
XJDeveloper 3.13 includes an improved user interface for categorising power/ ground nets. It is important to identify any power, ground or termination reference nets before attempting to test a board. Failure to do so can result in incorrect test results or even board damage. XJDeveloper attempts to identify these nets to simplify this process. […]
Variants Part 2 – Creating New Variants
In this blog post we’ll discuss how to create and setup new project variants from the Variants screen in XJDeveloper. […]
Variants Part 1 – Overview
New in 3.13, XJTAG now has support for Variants. This post will attempt to give you an overview of the whole feature and explain how it can be useful in your board setups. As there is a lot of information to cover regarding Variants, we will releasing a 5 part series of blogs, that will become available over the coming weeks. […]
XJTAG version 3.13
A new major version of XJTAG – version 3.13 – is now available from our website for users who are in maintenance. […]
Expanding Enhanced Signal Integrity Error Analysis
XJTAG 3.12 expanded the capability of the Signal Integrity Analysis in XJTAG tools, adding the ability to suggest certain causes of error. This post continues from the previous post on this subject, and describes further errors that XJTAG tries to identify. […]