Corelis Releases Low Voltage JTAG Adapter for Intel Processors
New Adapter Supports Intel XDP, XDP-Sinned, and ITP700Flex Connectors
The Low Voltage Adapter provides an electrical and mechanical interface to connect any Corelis 20pin boundaryscan controller to a high density Intel XDP (eXtended Debug Port) connector. XDP is a 60pin, small form factor connector designed to extend JTAG by permitting two separate clock domain scanchains to be implemented. Dividing the system scanchains into two domains allows increased operating frequencies of the processor scanchain by moving slower chipset JTAG agents to a completely separate clock domain.
The XDP port runs at roughly 1.0V and has 51 ohm signal termination resistors, preventing traditional TTLbased JTAG controllers from interfacing to it. The Low Voltage Adapter overcomes this limitation by providing the appropriate level translation and current drive capability. Circuit boards having an Intel XDP connector can utilize the Low Voltage Adapter to access the scan chain with existing scan controllers.
"The Low Voltage Adapter fills a gap for new processor technologies that require a low voltage interface combined with low impedance termination. The adapter is capable of driving a 50 ohm resistor at one volt," states David Muse, Hardware Products Manager at Corelis.
The Low Voltage Adapter is fully compatible with Corelis' ScanExpress family of software products and comes complete with all necessary hardware and cabling. The adapter is available from stock with a list price of $1,500.
Corelis, Inc., a subsidiary of Electronic Warfare Associates, Inc., offers bus analysis tools, embedded test tools, and the industry's broadest line of JTAG/boundaryscan software and hardware products combining exceptional easeofuse with advanced technical innovation and unmatched customer service. Corelis' development and test tools are used by companies such as 2Wire, Agilent, BAE Systems, Bose, Broadcom, Cardinal Health, Dell, Ericsson, Fluke, GE, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Jabil, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft, Motorola, Northrop Grumman, Qualcomm, Rockwell Collins, TI, ViaSat, Xilinx, and many others. Corelis products are found globally in every industry developing or manufacturing electronic products.
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