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Remote access

Remote users can access the National Networked Tele-Test Facility's central workstation via LAN/WAN. A World Wide Web interface with a booking (scheduling) system provides the users with a convenient and simple interface to the testing environment.

Users can book an offline session, usually in order to prepare the setup of the tested device, pin configuration, timing, levels, test vectors, develop and debug their test-flows, or an online session, where they remotely control the chip tester and their device under test is placed on the test head by the personnel of the central node.

Features of node interaction in the tele-test entail the generation of test vectors in remote workstation. The steps to follow would simply be to logging in followed by downloading test vectors into central workstation.It is possible to see programs running on the central workstation, seeing includes operations such as initialisation and monitoring.

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