Fast and easy 3.2 "Gold Suite" PHY Compliance testing using QualiPHY automation
Transmitter testing using a variety of generators
Receiver testing using the protocol enabled Anritsu MP1900A BERT
Connection diagrams ensure correct setup on the first try
QualiPHY report generation creates comprehensive USB-IF approved reports
Powerful and flexible PHY and PHYlogic tools provide unmatched insight into failures
Supports USB-IF approved fixtures for all connector types and 3rd party fixtures and DUT controllers
USB 3.2 Transmitter Compliance Testing
QPHY-USB3.2-TX-RX fully automates tests outlined in USB 3.2 PHY compliance test specifications. A variety of low cost Low Frequency Periodic Signaling (LFPS) test generators can be used for compliance pattern sequencing and even 3rd party AUX controllers can be used to test both USB 3.2 Tx and DisplayPort Source over USB Type-C. QPHY provides simple setup and connection diagrams to guide the user through the tests. When complete, a USB-IF approved compliance report is generated.
USB 3.2 Receiver Compliance Testing
QPHY-USB3.2-TX-RX fully automates stressed signal calibration and BER testing using the Anritsu MP1900A SQA BERT configured with MX183000A USB Link Training option. As with Tx testing, QPHY guides the user through CTS specified calibration and BER testing using connection diagrams. When complete, a USB-IF approved compliance report is generated. The MP1900A JTOL option can also be used to perform jitter margin testing.
Deepest SI Toolbox
Choose either Intel’s ‘SigTest’ or ‘Teledyne LeCroy SDAIII’ Analysis for analyzing signal quality. SigTest is used by the USB-IF for compliance, analyzes the oscilloscope waveforms and provides a Pass/Fail result. SDAIII allows the user to further debug SI issues using SDAIII-CompleteLinQ analysis software.
The WavePulser 40iX Interconnect Analyzer can also be used to characterize physical channels and compare them to worst case models used for USB-IF compliance testing.
The USB32BUS D PHY-logic decode option for provides link layer decode information annotated on the USB 3.2 physical layer waveform. This provides the ability to view protocol traffic on the oscilloscope and verify that the link is alive and operating properly. Further debug link up issues using ProtoSync software which provides 'linked analysis’ between the oscilloscope’s decoder and USB Protocol Software Suite.
USB Type-C Sideband and ‘Alt Mode’ Debug
USB-PD TDMP (Trigger, Decode, Measure/Graph, and Physical Layer) provides triggering and decode on USB-PD packets. The USB-PD power contract is the first thing that gets negotiated when two USB Type-C devices are connected. DisplayPort 'Alt Mode' can be decoded by using DP-AUX DMP(Decode, Measurement/Graph, and Physical Layer) to debug timing issues. Both USB-PD TDMP and DP-AUX DMP also provide physical layer measurements that can be used to validate that each sideband signal meets the specification.