MIPI C-PHY/D-PHY Analyzer Accelerates ADAS Development

Teledyne LeCroy has introduced its Envision X84 protocol analyzer, described as the industry’s first such analyzer to support MIPI CSI-2 and MIPI DSI-2 in a single platform. The analyzer is designed to ease troubleshooting and support the development of complex imaging and detection systems for mobile displays and cameras.


The Envision X84 protocol analyzer with full C-PHY and D-PHY capture capability has up to three lanes of C-PHY at 3Gsym (24Gbps) and up to 4 lanes of D-PHY at 2.5Gbps or 10Gbps. This includes support for MIPI CSI-2 and MIPI DSI-2 protocols. As the most flexible and robust analyzer on the market for mobile camera and display environments, Envision X84 performs protocol checking from PHY level through protocol-level events, including low-power modes and reads/writes. Complex, event-based transaction captures are coupled with 2.5-ns event timing resolution for detailed debugging. The system supports all camera and display packet types and data formats as well as command and video modes.

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The Envision X84 MIPI C-PHY/D-PHY analyzer is currently available for purchase. For more information and pricing, call 800 909-7211, or 408 273-5736, or email [email protected]. For more tech details, checkout the Envision x84 datasheet.

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