Consumers of smartphones, digital cameras, and other purchaser electronics utilizing all inclusive blaze stockpiling (UFS) are continually searching for higher information move rates, lower power utilization and improved dependability. These necessities are met with the high velocity MIPI M-PHY v5.0 Gear 5 (HS-G5) and JEDEC UFS 4.0 detail. Plan and approval engineers executing and coordinating the most recent UFS 4.0 determination into shopper item stockpiling arrangements can depend on the Eclipse M52 Protocol Analyzer/Exerciser to help them in plan approval, consistence or conformance testing and framework troubleshoot.
Eclipse™ M52 UFS / UniPro Protocol Analyzer / Exerciser with Trace Validation™ and Conformance Test Suites
The Eclipse M52 offers one of a kind capacities, for example,
- Trace Validation™ – a patented artificial intelligence (AI) tool that uses complex state machine logic to analyze traces algorithmically without user inference or involvement. Trace Validation provides a complex analysis of link traffic such as UFS packet latency or UniPro Link Startup Sequences.
- SmartTuneTM equalization and Eye Monitor help optimize signal acquisition at the analyzer to ensure error-free M-PHY symbol capture.
- Compliance and Conformance Verification with pre-written Conformance Test Suites
- Link Traffic Generation with Error Injection for host emulation
- Stress Testing – Using Run Control or the API, users can Execute any loop order by Speed, Link widths, LUNs or individual test cases; Each category can be run ascending, descending, or random seed order; Stop after a specified number of test case configuration loops or No Result Test Cases have occurred.
- Events View – UniPro and UFS Events views complement the Packet List windows, showing all events on the bus in both directions in one single snapshot linked to the selected packet and bookmarks.
The Eclipse M52 UFS convention analyzer/exerciser supporting UFS 3.1, UniPro v1.8 and M-PHY v4.1 is accessible for orders now. Backing for UFS 4.0, UniPro v2.0 and M-PHY v5.0 HS-G5 is relied upon to be accessible in the last quarter of 2021.