A BSDL file provided by the ICT is the only link between the test development engineer and the silicon device that describes the correct boundary scan cell type, sequence and number of cells, manufacturing identity code, boundary scan register length and other related information (FIGURE 1).
What does BSC stand for?
BSC stands for Boundary Scan Cell
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To those unfamiliar with boundary scan, it simply can be described as follows: A boundary-scan compliant IC would have at each of its pins a boundary scan cell, which, depending on its type, would be capable of driving signals or receiving signals or both, if it is a bidirectional cell.
At the chip level, a component is defined as a boundary scan device when each primary input and output signal is supplemented with a multipurpose memory element called a boundary scan cell (Figure 1).