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jtag_hs3:refmanual [2016/09/08 20:40]
James Colvin
jtag_hs3:refmanual [2019/03/13 22:00] (current)
Martha [Overview]
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 The JTAG bus can be shared with other devices as the HS3 signals are held in high-impedance,​ except when actively driven during programming. The HS3 uses a standard Type-A to Micro-USB cable that attaches to the end of the module opposite the system board connector. The HS3 is small and light, allowing it to be held firmly in place by the system board connector (see Fig. 2). The JTAG bus can be shared with other devices as the HS3 signals are held in high-impedance,​ except when actively driven during programming. The HS3 uses a standard Type-A to Micro-USB cable that attaches to the end of the module opposite the system board connector. The HS3 is small and light, allowing it to be held firmly in place by the system board connector (see Fig. 2).
  
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