USB 3.1 Protocol Analyzer Adds Power Delivery Exerciser

USB 3.1 Protocol Analyzer Adds Power Delivery Exerciser
Teledyne LeCroy

Considered a major upgrade, Voyager M310C SuperSpeed USB 3.1 protocol verification platform now includes a comprehensive Power Delivery (PD) exerciser capability to verify functionality, error recovery, and compliance for PD chipsets and end-products. Targeting growing adoption of the USB Type-C connector, this software release also adds several enhancements for Power Delivery debug including PD triggering, event stacking, transaction grouping and Verification Script Engine (VSE). The exerciser supports traffic generation including both provider and consumer device emulation. The script-based authoring environment provides pre-defined templates for all Power Delivery packet types. Overrides can be added inline to allow low-level control of headers, payloads, timing, or logical protocol errors within the PD communication channel. Advanced functions including If/Else, Wait, and Do Case allow emulating complex PD behaviors including contract negotiation and power role swaps. A datasheet is viewable at  

Teledyne LeCroy
Chestnut Ridge, NY

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