I'm hoping the rest of the group can help me think about a possible use-case in Automotive electronics. Hypothetically, let's say we're working at the Texas Department of Transportation and want to algorithmically discover the topology of a well-defined system -- for example, all vehicles currently ...
It does make sense, Ian, and I think articulating the needs separately adds clarity. Under Need "B" if we add "actuators" to the list of instruments, then perhaps it will be more obvious that robotic systems are included in the scope. We can also add "antennas" so the r...
At the IEEE European Board Test Workshop held in Tallinn, Estonia, May 2005,
a group of 14 board test professionals met to discuss a common set of problems
associated with the extended test and configuration use of 1149.1 boundary-scan
infrastructure within complex multi-board systems. As a result of this discussion,
it was decided to create a system-level JTAG initiative, called System JTAG (SJTAG).
It also was decided to create a white paper to more clearly define the nature of
these problems and hence their possible solutions.