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XJTAG Development Kit - free trial availability.

The Microelectronics Support Centre at RAL is pleased to announce that the 30-day trial mechanism run by XJTAG Ltd is available to EUROPRACTICE member sites to assist in evaluation of the product before deciding to purchase.

How It Will Work It should be emphasised that the trial is arranged through XJTAG Ltd , while subsequent purchase is carried out via the normal EUROPRACTICE XJTAG Software Order Form (EXSOF). Signed trial agreements must be exchanged with XJTAG Ltd in order to enter the trial. The trial evaluation request form is available from XJTAG Ltd's own web site.

Before the end of the 30-day trial, either an EXSOF must be completed in the usual manner, or the kit must be returned to XJTAG Ltd directly. The EXSOF is being amended to provide the ability to order and retain the trial kit without it being necessary to return it to XJTAG Ltd, in which case the serial number of the trial XJLink interface box must be entered on the form. The EXSOF must be accompanied by the usual required additional forms (University requisition, End User Agreements etc) which MUST be submitted directly to RAL, and NOT to XJTAG.

Conditions Only one trial kit will be provided at any one University campus, regardless of the number of EUROPRACTICE member sites registered there, and provided that none of them have already purchased the kit



XJTAG Development System

XJTAG is a JTAG boundary scan development and testing product. XJTAG's powerful and easy-to-use Development System provides the design engineer with early prototype testing of a circuit that includes BGAs, SDRAMs, Ethernet controllers, video interfaces etc. XJTAG also enables In-System Programming of FPGAs, CPLDs, flash memories etc. XJTAG scripts are re-usable and portable across different boards due to XJTAG's device-centric approach enabling a 'fast track' development and prototyping process.

The XJTAG Development System comprises:

XJtag Development Kit

XJLink

XJDemo board

XJTAG Development Software CD

IDC ribbon cable

USB cable

Carry case

XJLink is a USB hardware device that links a PC to the JTAG interface on a circuit board. It is physically small and is simple to install and use due to the USB plug and play ability.

The XJDemo board is a fully populated demonstration board to provide the user with an understanding of the XJTAG products. The XJDemo board comes with a tutorial demonstrating all the features of the XJTAG system.

The XJTAG Development Software is a suite of programs enabling the user to test and program electronic circuits. The suite comprises:
  - The high-level JTAG language, XJEase, allows the user to reuse the tests written for different projects. It also allows the use of loops, jumps and variables to adapt test sequences to the current state of the circuit. XJInterconnect is an advanced proprietary connection test. By making use of its knowledge of the nature and interconnection of the devices in the circuit, XJTAG is able to test a high percentage of a circuit. By monitoring the status of the devices in the circuit, XJInterconnect also provides the user with more information about the location and precise nature of any faults that are found.
  - The XJAnalyser provides a graphical view of the JTAG chains on the board. Its "Plug-and-Play" configuration allows the user to set and read back pin values or to use SVF files to program devices on the board.
  - XJAPI, a simple-to-use DLL Application Program Interface (API), designed to allow the user to access the XJLink JTAG hardware interface directly.

The technical brochure below, in Adobe Acrobat format, provides further information on the XJTAG Development System.

XJTAG Development System

How to Order

Orders are placed with the vendor on a single order, once per month. To be included in the current month's order, all documents including original ink-signed paper End User Agreements (if applicable) must be received by the Microelectronics Support Centre no later than the 25th day of the month.

p>Detailed instructions on how to place an order are given in our Order Procedures.

MANDATORY DOCUMENTS FOR ALL ORDERS

MANDATORY DOCUMENTS FOR FIRST TIME ORDER FROM THIS VENDOR ONLY

STATEMENT FROM RESEARCH LABORATORIES

PLEASE ENSURE that you read the End User Agreement Notes before downloading the End User Agreements



STFC Home page The EUROPRACTICE Software Service is managed by the Microelectronics Support Centre, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK.   You can contact the Microelectronics Support Centre by email: MicroelectronicsCentre@stfc.ac.uk

Last modified: July 7, 2016