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1532 WG - In-System Configuration of Programmable Devices Working Group

To define, document, and promote the use of a standardized process and methodology for implementing programming capabilities within programmable integrated circuit devices, utilizing (and compatible with) the 1149.1 communication protocol. This standard would allow the programming of one or more compliant devices concurrently, while mounted on a board or embedded in a system, known as "In-System Configuration." Concurrent programming may often result in significant programming time efficiencies. The In-System feature would address the need to configure or reconfigure, read back, verify or erase programmable devices after they have been installed by a manufacturing process. This eliminates handling damage and the need for manufacturing steps and inventory management related to preprogramming devices.

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