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Digital Pattern Editor

Last Modified: November 23, 2020

Use Digital Pattern Editor to view, create, modify, and debug pin and channel maps, specifications, levels, timings, patterns, register maps, source waveforms, and capture waveforms. You can also use Digital Pattern Editor to configure the state of the digital pattern instrument.

Use the components of the editor to perform the following tasks:

  • Pin and channel map editor—Assign DUT pin names to instrument channels and create pin groups with support for multiple test sites.
  • Specifications—Define specification variables to use in levels, timing, and other files.
  • Levels—Define levels for digital and power pins and pin groups.
  • Timing—Define format and edge placement to shape digital patterns on a per-pin basis.
  • Patterns—Burst digital patterns and display per-site, per-pin results.
  • Pin View pane—Perform parametric voltage and current source and measure operations.
  • Shmoo plots—Sweep parameters while repeatedly bursting a pattern and plot pass/fail results as Shmoo plots.
  • Digital scope—Capture and display the analog waveform to inspect actual electrical behavior on pins at a particular point in a pattern.
  • Source and capture waveforms—Configure waveform files to use in source and capture operations.
  • Register maps—View and modify DUT register maps to display or change information stored in register memory.
  • TDR—Measure and display time domain reflectometry values, and save measurements on a per-channel basis.

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