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Boundary scan controller boasts WLAN interface

Posted: 29 Oct 2012 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:SFX/WSL1149-(x)? SCANFLEX? JTAG? boundary scan? SYSTEM CASCON?

GOEPEL electronic has uncloaked what it declares as the world's first controllers for wireless LAN (WLAN) as an addition to the company's boundary scan hardware platform SCANFLEX. The boundary scan controller series provides a triple stream/dual band WLAN interface for theoretical transmission speed up to 450Mb/s, enabling wireless utilisation of the newest Embedded System Access (ESA) technologies for testing, programming and debugging of complex chips, boards and entire systems, noted the company.

The SFX/WSL1149-(x) provides USB2.0 and Gbit Ethernet interfaces and includes three models of different performance classes to be configured by software, enabling TCK frequencies of up to 80MHz.

In combination with additional components of the modular SCANFLEX product range such as the SCANFLEX TAP Transceiver (SFX Transceiver) and SCANFLEX I/O modules (SFX Modules), WLAN controlled boundary scan systems can be configured with up to eight independent parallel TAPs and up to 31 additional analogue or digital functional modules. The wireless operation greatly simplifies handling, providing benefits for remote test, debug and fault diagnosis applications.

The SFX/WSL1149-(x) controller series will be fully supported in the JTAG/boundary scan software platform SYSTEM CASCON starting from version 4.6.2.

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