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BIST

BIST

(Built-In Self Test) A function built into a machine that tests its reliability. Found in integrated circuits (chip), avionics and electronic systems of all types, a BIST may operate only once at startup (see POST) or periodically while the system is running.
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Circuit structures with low fan-out may make it difficult to effectively observe the faults within; you may need many more BIST patterns to properly sensitize fault propagation paths, or you may choose observe points for direct observation.
Having received this information, the banks that could not cover their liquidity needs through these auctions have to rely on the overnight repo market with a higher cost, that is, BIST repo market and PD repo facility.
According to Andrew Levy, Ridgetop's VP of Business Development, “SJ BIST offers a solution for detecting troublesome intermittencies.
BIST entered a six-day losing streak on Thursday and was down 1.
Integrated BIST solutions within Magma's implementation solutions are available today.
BIST and the other methodologies offer benefits, but can work only if developed when the design is in its infancy and they are properly assessed to give detailed information to the manufacturer and then to the user or end-customer.
The x1149 boundary scan analyzer is Agilent's response to the industry's call for more BIST.
Both solutions are typically required within automotive devices--ATPG compression for high-quality manufacturing test and logic BIST for POST and SIST.
6 million in the same period a year ago, according to a BIST filing on Monday.
A series of BIST sessions, however, had been postponed or cancelled earlier due to the technical problems.
The BIST features also offer the systems designer an innovative way to differentiate their products with advanced diagnostic capabilities, such as in-system bit-error-rate (BER) testing.