7 is the reduced pin count interface for the test access port (TAP) interface; it uses a two-wire interface, versus the traditional 1149.
What does TAP stand for?
TAP stands for Test Access Port
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Samples in periodicals archive:
These boundary scan cells can be controlled through four pins on the IC called the Test Access Port (TAP), and they are governed by the IEEE 1149.
There are three common ways for a monitoring device to access network traffic: using a switch's SPAN session, a port aggregator or a network test access port (TAP).
Deployed via a test access port (TAP) on a WAN link, a WAN probe can help to verify service-level agreements, monitor for intruders and aid in troubleshooting branch office connections.
In each boundary scan IC a control logic, the test access port (TAP), is integrated to stimulate and read-out the cells.
The Single-Channel 10-Gb Optical nTAP is a test access port designed to support full-duplex data monitoring up to 20 Gbps.