New Connector Simplifies and Shrinks JTAG Connections

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New Connector Simplifies and Shrinks JTAG Connections

By Jon Titus

You never know what you'll see at an Embedded Systems Conference. During the San
Jose, CA show in early May 2011 I met
Neil Sherman, president of Tag-Connect, a company that created a family of
connectors that use less space than the usual
10-pin JTAG headers and still make reliable connections. The connectors provide
small plastic legs that snap into holes
in a circuit board to hold spring-loaded electrical pins in place. And because
your boards don't need a 10-pin connector
or a modular RJ-12 socket, you save money.

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