MIPI Test System Accelerates Mobile, IoT Tech Development

Keysight Technologies, Inc. offers a MIPI D-PHY and C-PHY test solution to help accelerate the development of next-generation mobile and IoT devices. The test solution supports the MIPI Alliance’s D-PHY v2.0/v2.1 specification and C-PHY v1.0/v1.1 specification and conformance test suite. The test solution consists of the Keysight U7238E MIPI D-PHY compliance test software and the U7250A MIPI C-PHY compliance test software for Infiniium, as well as the Keysight DSAV164A digital oscilloscope for transmitter test and the Keysight M8085A MIPI Receiver Test Solution software package running on the M8195A or M8190A arbitrary waveform generator for receiver test.

 

The MIPI Alliance’s new MIPI D-PHY and C-PHY specifications address several rapidly changing markets. For the virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) markets, each specification supports up to 9 Gbps and 11.4 Gbps (5Gsps) for the camera interface, enabling 8K 60Hz video recording. For the autonomous car market, which requires multiple camera modules and sensors for detecting environmental conditions instead of human’s eyes, the new specification is important because it addresses the low latency and virtual channel support requirements without increasing cable harness weight.

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For future testing needs, the Keysight solution can also provide an 8 Gbps D-PHY signal in one M8195A AWG module, and can synchronize two or more M8195A modules to generate a 16 Gbps D-PHY signal. For C-PHY, the test solution can generate up to 8 Gsps C-PHY signal.

 

For more details, visit:

http://www.keysight.com

http://www.mipi.org

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