Latest XJTAG Release Expands Repair Possibilities

Latest XJTAG Release Expands Repair Possibilities

XJTAG offers version 3.2 of its boundary scan development system, which now extends the concept of boundary scan testing to engineers who do not have access to a netlist. A flagship feature, ‘no netlist’ allows users to create projects within XJDeveloper for boards using only BDSL files for the JTAG devices. Connections between these devices emanate from a working board and automatically integrate into to the project. The feature promises to be particularly useful to repair engineers who often need to work on boards without having access to a netlist. The 3.2 release of XJDeveloper also adds a graphical debugger for use when developing XJEase code. XJTAG 3.2 is available now at

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