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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. […]

Finding References in your project

From XJTAG 3.12 the Find and Replace dialog also shows results for the enhanced Find References functionality. This type of search is launched by right-clicking on a variable or a method name in a code editor, and then choosing “Find All References”. […]

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Layout Viewer Rotation

XJTAG 3.12 adds the ability to rotate the layout viewer. This can be useful in situations where it is difficult to rotate the physical board under test. To rotate the layout view use the ‘View’ menu and then select ‘Rotation’. […]

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XJPack file privilege settings

In XJTAG 3.12, from XJDeveloper, you can now define the level of access that XJRunner/XJInvestigator users have to features of your packed project, using the XJPack file settings. Disabling a feature will override any user privileges the XJRunner user may have (e.g. disabling editing the test list would disable this for all users in XJRunner, regardless of their user level). […]

Enhanced Analysis of Signal Integrity Errors

In XJTAG 3.12 we have expanded the capabilities of our Signal Integrity testing. Rather than simply reporting any errors found in the attempted scans, it will now inspect those errors and suggest possible causes. […]

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Categorising devices: Ignored, Unfitted, Excluded or Uncategorised?

(This updates an older article due to the addition of the Excluded category in XJTAG 3.12) One of the questions we are commonly asked by new users, and also by users who have not used XJTAG for a while and are coming back to it, is about the differences between device categorisations in XJDeveloper. […]

Placing an Infineon Aurix™ TriCore™ TC3xx Microcontroller into Boundary Scan Mode

Some devices need more than a standard Test Reset sequence to enter the state when they behave as described in their BSDL file and boundary scan can run. Infineon’s Aurix TriCore TC3xx microcontroller family is one such group. […]

Viewing Diffs When Updating Library Files

A diff is a comparison showing differences between the contents of files. This article is specifically about displaying the difference between the a project’s current version of an XJEase library file, and the latest version of that file available from the library that it belongs to. […]

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Expanded Profile selection in XJDeveloper and XJAnalyser

With XJTAG 3.11 we’ve made some improvements for working with projects that use the Dynamic Chains feature. Previously, the Analyser, Debug Connection Test, and the Chain Debugger feature would always use the default profile for your project. Using a different profile for these features would require you to manually change the default profile in XJDeveloper. Now, in XJDeveloper, the required profile may be selected independently on each screen, via a drop-down selection menu. […]

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Configurable Oscillator for XJLink2

In XJTAG 3.11 we’ve added configurable oscillator functionality which can be used on any XJLink2-based controller. The oscillator operates independently of TCK, so can run when TCK is not running and can be set to any frequency from 10 kHz to 166 MHz (in 10 kHz increments) regardless of the current TCK frequency. […]