Protocol Analyzer Eyes Next-Gen USB4 & Thunderbolt 3 Systems

Teledyne LeCroy has demonstrated what it calls the first protocol analyzer platform for testing next-generation USB4 and Thunderbolt 3 systems. The Voyager M4x Protocol Analyzer will enable companies to develop high-performance products with the USB4 standard, targeted for release in mid-2019.   

 

The Voyager M4x Protocol Analyzer platform leverages the company’s T.A.P.4 probe technology and analysis software, allowing developers to verify interoperability and compliance for the USB Type-C market. Designed to be backward compatible for testing legacy USB links, the analyzer captures 100% of bus and protocol traffic for USB4 devices and systems. The T.A.P.4 probe technology locks on the signal-under-test without impacting critical link training and speed negotiation handshaking.

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