Active Standard

IEEE/IEC 62529-2024

IEEE/IEC International Standard for Signal and Test Definition

The means to define and describe signals used in testing ae provided in this standard. It also provides a set of common basic signals, built upon formal mathematical specifications so that signals can be combined to form complex signals usable across all test platforms.

Sponsor Committee
BOG/SCC20 - SCC20 - Test and Diagnosis for Electronic Systems
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Status
Active Standard
Adoption of
1641-2022
History
Published:
2024-06-28

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE SA Board of Governors
Sponsor Committee
BOG/SCC20 - SCC20 - Test and Diagnosis for Electronic Systems
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Working Group
TAD_WG - Test and ATS Description Working Group
IEEE Program Manager
Christian Orlando
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Working Group Chair
Ion Neag

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1641-2022

IEEE Standard for Signal and Test Definition

The means to define and describe signals used in testing ae provided in this standard. It also provides a set of common basic signals, built upon formal mathematical specifications so that signals can be combined to form complex signals usable across all test platforms.

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1671.1-2017

IEEE Standard for Automatic Test Markup Language (ATML) Test Descriptions

An exchange format, utilizing Extensible Markup Language (XML), for both the static description of unit under test (UUT), and the specific description of UUT instance information is defined in this standard. A corri

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1671.3-2017

IEEE Standard for Automatic Test Markup Language (ATML) Unit Under Test (UUT) Description

An exchange format utilizing Extensible Markup Language (XML) for both the static description of unit under test (UUT) and the specific description of UUT instance information is defined in this standard.

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These standards have been replaced with a revised version of the standard, or by a compilation of the original active standard and all its existing amendments, corrigenda, and errata.


1641.1-2006

IEEE Guide for the Use of IEEE Std 1641, Standard for Signal and Test Definition

Guidance in the use of the signal and test definition (STD) standard is provided. STD provides the means to define and describe signals used in testing. This guide describes how to implement, apply, and use a set of common basic signals to form complex signals usable across all test platforms.

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1671.1-2009

IEEE Standard for Automatic Test Markup Language (ATML) for Exchanging Automatic Test Equipment and Test Information via XML: Exchanging Test Descriptions

This document specifies an exchange format, using the extensible Markup Language (XML), for exchanging the test description information defining test performance, test conditions, diagnostic requirements, and support equipment to locate, align, and verify the proper operation of a Unit Under Test (UUT). This is in support of the development of Test Program Sets (TPSs) that will be used in an automatic test environment.

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These standards have been removed from active status through a ballot where the standard is made inactive as a consensus decision of a balloting group.


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These standards are removed from active status through an administrative process for standards that have not undergone a revision process within 10 years.


1641-2010

IEEE Standard for Signal and Test Definition

This standard provides the means to define and describe signals used in testing. It also provides a set of common basic signals, built upon formal mathematical specifications so that signals can be combined to form complex signals usable across all test platforms. This standard contains additional downloads at http://standards.ieee.org/downloads/1641/1641-2010

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1641.1-2013

IEEE Guide for the Use of IEEE Std 1641, IEEE Standard for Signal and Test Definition

Guidance in the use of the signal and test definition (STD) standard, IEEE Std 1641-2010, is provided. IEEE Std 1641 provides the means to define and describe signals used in testing. This guide describes how to form complex signals usable across all test platforms.

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1641.1a-2018

IEEE Guide for the Use of IEEE Std 1641(TM), IEEE Standard for Signal and Test Definition Amendment 1: Addition of Guidelines for Producing Reusable Test Signal Frameworks for Use on Platforms Utilizing Automatic Test Markup Language

Amend the guide to add guidelines for producing reusable TSFs for use on platforms utilizing ATML, and produce example TSFs showing conformance with the guidelines. This guide explains how signal definitions and test requirements may be implemented in conformance with IEEE Std 1641-2010. It also provides background information, tutorial support, and examples of signal definitions and test requirements for users of the standard. TSFs are major component for adhering with the IEEE Std 1641. There is little guidance in helping users create their own reusable TSFs or examples that show good practices to copy.

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716-1995

IEEE Standard Test Language for All Systems - Common/Abbreviated Test Language for All Systems (C/ATLAS)

A high order language for testing is defined. This language is designed to describe tests in terms that are independent of any specific test system, and has been constrained to ensure that it can be implemented on automatic test equipment.

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771-1998

IEEE Guide to the Use of the ATLAS Specification

Guidance in the use of ATLAS test languages is provided. ATLAS may be used to de- scribe test requirements independent of any specific test equipment, and examples of best practice in the use of ATLAS are given.

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