Falcon C Series UFS protocol analyzers and exercisers offer Trace Validation, UFS and UniPro protocol emulation with Run Time Control, and support for M-PHY HS-G5 UFS 4.0
Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) - Protocol Insight is now shipping the new Falcon C Series of UFS protocol analyzers and exercisers. The Falcon G500C and G550C support protocol analysis and generation of M-PHY 5.0 at speeds up to 23Gbps HS-Gear5, UFS 4.0, and the UniPro 2.0 link layer.
The Falcon series offer unique capabilities such as Smart Tune™ equalization and Eye Monitor, Trace Validation™, and Events view. The Falcon exerciser models also offer link traffic generation with error injection to perform host emulation, stress testing and compliance/conformance verification.
Smart Tune equalization and Eye Monitor can be used to evaluate the MIPI® M-PHY link quality and tune the analyzer to ensure error-free M-PHY symbol capture.
Trace Validation is a patented Artificial intelligence (AI) tool that uses complex state machine logic to analyze traces algorithmically without user inference or discernment. Trace Validation can perform complex analysis of link traffic, for example UFS packet latency or UniPro Link Startup Sequences.
The traffic generation capability with error injection allows UFS host emulation and margin/stress testing and can be used to execute the JEDEC and UniPro CTS tests using Run Time Control.
Pricing, configuration, and availability:
The Falcon G400 and G500 series UFS protocol analyzers and exerciser/analyzers supporting UFS 4.0, UniPro 2.0 and M-PHY 5.0 are shipping now. Go to http://www.protocolinsight.com/ or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details or pricing information.
Trace Validation™ is protected under US Patent No. 10,613,963.
About Protocol Insight
Protocol Insight offers test and measurement tools to customers developing mobile and mobile-influenced products, and consulting and design services to engineers implementing serial protocol interfaces.
Protocol Insight are the UFS and UniPro market leaders for protocol analysis and generation and have been shipping UFS and UniPro debug and analysis tools since 2014.
Protocol Insight is a UFS and MIPI expert, with a background in both M-PHY and D-PHY protocol exercisers and analyzers. Protocol Insight contributes to the development of the UniPro standard thru the UniPro and Test Working Groups and has served as Liaison between MIPI® and JEDEC® and UFSA.
For more information visit http://www.protocolinsight.com.
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