Protocol Analyzer for UFS 4.0, eMMC, Automotive Ethernet, SD, SDIO, I3C, SPMI & RFFE
Prodigy Technovations is a leading global test and measurement technology company providing protocol decoding and PHY layer test solutions. The company’s ongoing efforts include the successful implementation of innovative and comprehensive protocol decoding solutions as well as PHY layer test solutions covering the serial data, telecom, automotive and defence electronics sectors worldwide. The company has built a strong research and development team over the last decade and continues to work on the latest emerging protocols. Prodigy Technovations is a contributing member to MIPI and JEDEC standards. Prodigy Technovations uses AI and ML techniques to drive the development of protocol analytics and become the market leader in protocol analytics.
Prodigy offers a protocol analyser for UFS 4.0, eMMC, Automotive Ethernet, SD, SDIO, I3C, SPMI & RFFE.
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Developers of end devices and embedded systems, especially for use in IoT (Internet of Things), automotive and industrial automation, are faced with ever-increasing demands for low power consumption, data bandwidth, and miniaturization. To meet them, the embedded...
Seminar agenda: QSPI protocol basics, overview of the QSPI protocol, vulnerabilities and challenges of QSPI protocol analysis, capturing the QSPI protocol and analysis, live product demo.
Validation and debugging of the UFS4.0 protocol with the MPHY HSG5B specification of 23.2 Gbps data rate and low power consumption is challenging due to the signal characteristics of the PHY layer and the data rate