Hierarchical fault diagnosis of analog integrated circuits
Ho, C. K., Shepherd, P. R., Eberhardt, F. and Tenten, W., 2001. Hierarchical fault diagnosis of analog integrated circuits. IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems. Part I: Fundamental Theory and Applications, 48 (8), pp. 921-929.
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This paper introduces a hierarchical-fault-diagnosis algorithm as an aid to testing analog and mixed signal circuits. The diagnosis approach is based on that introduced by Wey and others and makes use of the self-test algorithm, and the component-connection model. The main extension to these techniques is the use of a hierarchical approach whereby blocks of circuitry are grouped together leading to a reduction in matrix size, so making even large scale circuits diagnosable. Other improvements from this approach include a novel test-point selection procedure and the fact that hard faults can also be diagnosed, provided they lie completely within a hierarchical block. The overall algorithm is described and the results from example circuits show good functionality of the diagnosis algorithm. Fault masking and sensitivity to the simulation/measurement resolution of test point values are examined and are highlighted as future activities to further improve the approach
|Creators||Ho, C. K., Shepherd, P. R., Eberhardt, F. and Tenten, W.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||analogue integrated circuits, measurement resolution, built-in self test, functionality, mixed analogue-digital integrated circuits, analog integrated circuits, self-test algorithm, matrix size, fault diagnosis, hierarchical fault diagnosis, hard faults, integrated circuit testing, mixed signal circuits, large scale circuits, diagnosis algorithm, test-point selection procedure, circuit simulation, component-connection model, test point values|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Electronic & Electrical Engineering|
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