In this proposed method we are test 4-bit input ISCAS- 27-channel interrupt controller. This paper described an on-chip test generation method for functional broadside tests. The hardware was based on the application of primary input sequences starting from a known reachable state, thus using the circuit to produce additional reachable states. Random primary input sequences were modified to avoid repeated synchronization and thus yield varied sets of reachable states. Two-pattern tests were obtained by using pairs of consecutive time units of the primary input sequences. The hardware structure was simple and fixed, and it was tailored to a given circuit only through the following parameters: the length of the LFSR used for producing a random primary input sequence; the length of the primary input sequence; the specific gates used for modifying the random primary input sequence; the specific gate used for selecting applied tests; and the seeds for the LFSR. With the proposed on-chip test generation method, the circuit is used for generating reachable states during test application. This alleviates the need to compute reachable states offline.
Manikumar P, Karthik T, Haritha Sree P, Leepika S, Sunesha Y. Implementation of functional & broadside testing using a fixed hardware. International Journal of Advanced Science and Research, Volume 1, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 28-34