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  • Logic Built-in Self Test (LBIST) is Back – But Not for Manufacturing Test

    Memory providers have long used built-in self test (BIST), a technology that builds self-testing circuitry directly into an IC. Logic BIST (LBIST), which tests the functional logic, has been around for a long time too -- but it did not get much traction except for some high-end CPU server and networking...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Thu, May 10 2012
  • Don’t Blow Up Your Chip on the Tester!

    The photo at right shows a test socket and chip destroyed by thermal runaway. Can this really happen? Yes, it can and it sometimes does, if test power is significantly greater than functional power. To get a handle on this problem I talked to Bassilios Petrakis, product marketing director for Design...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Mon, Mar 26 2012
  • User View: How Metric-Driven Verification Improves ASIC and FPGA Quality

    To keep bad chips and boards from going into the field, automatic test equipment (ATE) has to be reliable. That's why Teradyne , a major ATE provider, takes verification quality very seriously. With help from Cadence, Teradyne converted from a "home grown" methodology and made the switch...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Sun, Jan 23 2011
  • Allegro PCB Designer Hampton NH USA

    CADENCE Allegro PCB Designer Richard E Marion Hampton NH USA ricmar@comcast.net Diverse experience in the Military, Commercial, and Design Service Bureau PCB (Printed Circuit Board) Industries. Skillful in Consultation, Collaboration, and Checking PCB Design Projects, taking into consideration Signal...
    Posted to Jobs (Forum) by R E Marion on Mon, Nov 15 2010
  • Northern MA: PCB Layout

    Dynamic company located in the northwestern suburbs of desireable Boston, is currenly seeking a talented PCB layout designer. Qualified candidates will have experience with Cadence Allegro and have done PCB layout for ATE systems. Interested? Send your updated resume to: Hugh MacKenzie, CPC President...
    Posted to Jobs (Forum) by hmackenzie on Tue, Sep 1 2009
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