UFS 4.0 Protocol Analyzer





PGY-UFS4.0-PA, UFS Protocol Analyzer is the industry-first working and tested UFS4.0 Protocol Analyzer. It offers protocol data capture and debugging of data across MPHY, UniPro, and UFS protocol layers. It allows for instantaneous decoding of UFS, UniPro, and MPHY layers with the flexibility to correlate decoded data across these protocol layers. PGY-UFS4.0-PA supports PWMG1 to HSG5B data rates and two TX, and two RX lane decode. The active probe has minimum electrical loading on the device under test (DUT) and captures protocol data without affecting the performance of DUT. PGY-UFS4.0- PA Protocol Analyzer supports two-lane data. Comprehensive on the fly decoding of UniPro & UFS data enables validation of communication between UFS host and device.

PGY-UFS4.0-PA Protocol Analyzer allows Design and Test Engineers to obtain deep insight into UFS host and device communication. MPHY/UniPRO/UFS packet-based triggering allows specific protocol data capture and analysis. PGY-UFS Protocol analyzer instantaneously provides decoding of UFS, UniPro, and MPHY layers with a correlation to MPHY, UniPro, and UFS layers.

eSPI Electrical Validation and Protocol Decode Software Datasheet

Key features

  • Electrical measurements and protocol decode for Single-mode, Dual-mode, and Quad mode analysis using analog channels
  • Protocol Decode in single, dual, and quad modes using digital channels
  • Customizable reference and hysteresis selection for all signals
  • Customizable limit setup for pass/fail validation for all the measurements
  • Customizable limits based on different data rates of operation
  • Ability to store the eSPI protocol data and electrical data in CSV and txt format
  • Report Generation
  • Offline analysis of .wfm and .csv (digital) files
eSPI Electrical Validation and Protocol Decode Software

eSPI Electrical Validation and Protocol Decode Software offers electrical measurements compliance testing and protocol decoding as specified in eSPI specification. PGY-eSPI Electrical validation and Protocol decode software runs in Tektronix Oscilloscope and provides electrical measurements and protocol decode at the click of a button. This allows engineers quickly check for eSPI compliance and flexibility to debug the failure. In addition to this engineer can decode the command and response of eSPI to debug the communication. PGY-eSPI takes advantage of digital channels of MSO and provides the decoding of eSPI data lines.


Configuration Panel

Configure panel is used for selecting the signal source and the initial mode of operation. Live Analog or Digital Channels of the oscilloscope can be used for capturing and analyzing the signal. The software decodes the waveform and displays both the protocol data and electrical measurements in the case of analog signals and protocol data in the case of digital signals.

The initial mode of operation of the bus (single/dual/quad) needs to be selected so that the software can decode the signal accordingly. This is only the start of the analysis. Based on the register values obtained during decode, the software updates the operation mode and automatically decodes the eSPI operations.

To characterize and validate eSPI signals, PGY-eSPI software provides a graphical measurement reference level setup to set the measurement reference level of eSPI signals.

Supported eSPI Electrical Measurements

PGY-eSPI software provides an extensive list of electrical measurements (DTR not supported):

  • Clock Frequency
  • Clock High Time
  • Clock Low Time
  • Chip Select Setup Time
  • Chip Select Hold Time
  • Chip Select De-assert Time
  • Data In Setup Time
  • Data In Hold Time
  • Output Data Valid Time
  • Output Data Hold Time
  • Output Disable Time after Chip Select De-assert
  • Output Disable Time during Turn Around
  • Chip Select Assert to Data1 or Alert Tristated
  • Chip Select De-assert to Data1 or Alert Assert
  • eSPI Reset De-assert to First Transaction
  • Initial Bus Frequency upon Reset De-assert

Key Specifications

Detail View

espi Detail View

Once the electrical failure or protocol problems need to be located specific protocol packets to debug the design issues. In Detail view, the acquired waveform is plotted. The waveform plot is linked with the packet being displayed on the grid. The plot contains various features like zoom, pan, and cursors. By linking specific protocol packets to the electrical waveforms, engineers can quickly locate the root cause of the problems.

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