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This book is a comprehensive guide to new DFT methods that will show the readers how to design a testable and quality product, drive down test cost, improve product quality and yield, and speed up time-to-market and time-to-volume.
Most up-to-date coverage of design for testability.
Coverage of industry practices commonly found in commercial DFT tools but not discussed in other books.
Numerous, practical examples in each chapter illustrating basic VLSI test principles and DFT architectures.
PRIMARY: Practitioners/Researchers in VLSI Design and Testing; Design or Test Engineers, as well as research institutes.
SECONDARY: Undergraduate and graduate-level courses in Electronic Testing, Digital Systems Testing, Digital Logic Test & Simulation, and VLSI Design.
Chapter 1 – Introduction Chapter 2 – Design for Testability Chapter 3 – Logic and Fault Simulation Chapter 4 – Test Generation Chapter 5 – Logic Built-In Self-Test Chapter 6 – Test Compression Chapter 7 – Logic Diagnosis Chapter 8 – Memory Testing and Built-In Self-Test Chapter 9 – Memory Diagnosis and Built-In Self-Repair Chapter 10 – Boundary Scan and Core-Based Testing Chapter 11 – Analog and Mixed-Signal Testing Chapter 12 – Test Technology Trends in the Nanometer Age
No. of pages: 808
Published: July 7, 2006
Imprint: Morgan Kaufmann
Hardback ISBN: 9780123705976
eBook ISBN: 9780080474793
Laung-Terng Wang, Ph.D., is founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of SynTest Technologies, CA. He received his EE Ph.D. degree from Stanford University. A Fellow of the IEEE, he holds 18 U.S. Patents and 12 European Patents, and has co-authored/co-edited two internationally used DFT textbooks- VLSI Test Principles and Architectures (2006) and System-on-Chip Test Architectures (2007).