9.3. Performing BST
You can issue BYPASS, IDCODE, and SAMPLE JTAG instructions before, after, or during configuration without having to interrupt configuration.
To issue other JTAG instructions, follow these guidelines:
- To perform testing before configuration, hold the nCONFIG pin low.
- To perform BST during configuration, issue CONFIG_IO JTAG instruction to interrupt configuration. While configuration is interrupted, you can issue other JTAG instructions to perform BST. After BST is completed, issue the PULSE_NCONFIG JTAG instruction or pulse nCONFIG low to reconfigure the device.
The chip-wide reset (DEV_CLRn) and chip-wide output enable (DEV_OE) pins on Intel® Arria® 10 devices do not affect JTAG boundary-scan or configuration operations. Toggling these pins does not disrupt BST operation (other than the expected BST behavior).
If you design a board for JTAG configuration of Intel® Arria® 10 devices, consider the connections for the dedicated configuration pins.
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