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XJAnalyser .NET Integration

In XJTAG 3.9 the previous .NET-based integration has been replaced with a new XJIntegration API. The new API still uses .NET 4.7.1 and contains all the XJRunner Integration functionality of previous releases – but also introduces XJAnalyser Integration, a new .NET API for XJAnalyser. […]

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XJTAG version 3.9

A new major version of XJTAG – version 3.9 – is now available from our website for users who are in maintenance. […]

Using the Analyser screen to debug initialisation issues

The blog article ‘Debugging Connection Test – part 1 (Updated)’ discusses how to use  ‘Debug Connection Test’ to identify a missing disable value.  However, if a disable value is set to the wrong value, i.e. low rather than high, then it could prevent the Debug Connection Test from running at all. In this case, XJDeveloper’s Analyser screen can be used to help locate the issue. […]

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Waveform View

One of the exciting new features in version 3.4 of XJTAG is a Waveform View that can display the JTAG chain data from XJAnalyser. The Waveform View can display the waveform traces from pins or buses in XJAnalyser in real time, providing useful debug information for your boards. […]

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Layout Viewer Visualisation

Having lots of information is great, but sometimes the most difficult thing is displaying that data in a meaningful way. We have created two new information overlays for Layout Viewer, allowing you to visualise test coverage statistics or live pin data from Analyser on your board layout. […]

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Debugging faults: always remember XJAnalyser!

The traditional technique for debugging printed circuit boards is to “observe” the state using oscilloscopes or multi-meters and deduce a fault. This method actually suppresses a very powerful engineering instinct that would help us a lot if we could only give it a better chance. […]

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