1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 2, 2015 1:58 PM by kendall_hiles

    testpoint in xPCB

    charles.ietswaard1

      Back in the old 'BoardStation' times, there was a tool called the "TestPoint Manager".   As the name implies it was a tool to generate and manage testpoints.

      One of the options of this tool was to 'flood' the design with testpoint.

      In other words, it added testpoints on every possible location it could find. Discarding any setting about the number of testpoints required.

       

      After adding the required testpoints  you would use this flood option to mark all the possible extra testpoint locations.  This enables the Test Engineer to take in

      account the testpoint density.

       

       

      Has anyone come up with a usable way to accomplish this Expedition PCB?

       

       

      Regards, Charles