Robert Russell Greenfield
DDR4 memory on prototypes and production PCBs can be quickly tested with ASSET InterTech's ScanWorks
Engineers designing with Double Data Rate 4 (DDR4) memory devices can quickly deploy tests for shorts and opens on control, address and data lines with the boundary scan test (BST) tools of ASSET InterTech's ScanWorks(r) platform for fast test and programming. Downloadable models of DDR4 memory devices can be rapidly integrated into a ScanWorks Memory Access Verify (MAV) test action, which can then test the access to on-board DDR4 memory. With the ScanWorks MAV test action, shorts and opens testing of DDR4 memory devices can begin with board prototypes in development and continue on to production units in manufacturing.