GOEPEL electronics Ltd.
GOEPEL electronics develops and manufactures test equipment for the electronic industry. Our production includes hardware and software solutions for testing mounted PCBs and electronic devices.
Using our electrical testing equipment you can increase your quality assurance via: board test, chip test and functional test.
At this year’s PXI SHOW GOEPEL electronics Ltd. will present its strategic realignment in regards to testing, programming, validation, and functional verification at chip, board, and system level, under the umbrella of Embedded System Access (ESA). In 2014 the PXI SHOW will be co-located for the first time with National Electronics Week (NEW) at the NEC Birmingham on 8th to 10th April 2014. At booth #53 the company will demonstrate a new class of tools and technologies for JTAG/Boundary Scan, chip-embedded instrumentation, in-system programming, and processor emulation tests, providing new opportunities to increase test coverage, diagnostics, and programming speed.
Innovative technologies such as VarioTAP® and ChipVORX® provide new means to support applications such as processor-assisted and FPGA-assisted test and programming, as well as future standards such as IEEE P1687 (IJTAG) and system JTAG (SJTAG). Compared to traditional test methodologies such as those based on nail probe access, embedded system access presents a paradigm shift and is GOEPEL electronics’ response to changing requirements on test and programming strategies and to reduced test access with traditional methodologies.
For a deeper insight in Embedded System Access technologies visitors are welcome to join the Embedded Master Class Seminar of Uwe Borowski, Lead Applications Engineer at GOEPEL electronics, at the 8th April which will also take place alongside the National Electronics Week exhibition. In the seminar a common but difficult problem when manufacturing complex printed circuit boards, especially prototypes will be discussed: Boards that fail to boot. As many high level test and debug methods depend on devices starting up correctly, a lower level approach is needed. The seminar will deal with a number of typical faults and the appropriate tools to find and diagnose them to a level that allows the user to repair the board and not just shrink the bone pile but also provide pointers on how to improve the manufacturing processes.