Matthieu Tuna

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Multi-FPGA boards are widely used for rapid system prototyping. Even though the prototyping is trying to reach the maximum performance, the performance is limited by the inter-FPGA communication. As the capacity per I/O for each FPGA generation is increasing, FPGA I/Os are becoming a scarce resource. The design is divided into several parts, each part's(More)
This paper presents STEPS, an innovative software-based approach for testing P1500-compliant SoCs. STEPS is based on the concept that the ATE is not considered as an initiator applying vectors to the SoC test pins but rather as a target, a huge repository of 32-bits test data and control commands. The ATE is connected to the functional SoC external RAM(More)
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