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FAQ: What is On-board programming (OBP)?

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Q: What is On-board programming (OBP)?

Answer:

On-board programming refers to the programming of target memory on a board through boundary scan compliant devices on the board or in-circuit-emulation JTAG port.The target flash/eeprom memory to be programmed itself does not have to be IEEE 1149.1 compliant.

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