With a growing market, semiconductor chips are becoming more intelligent—which also seeds the evolution of digital communication interfaces. MIPI is driving the initiatives on defining industry interface specifications to create a state-of-the-art, innovative, connected device. With continuous evolution, the digital interfaces are becoming more and more complex, equivalently increasing the cost of validating the digital interface compliance check.
Typically, validation teams must go far beyond functional digital interface compliance checks and validate against full parametric, functional, voltage, and timing characteristics, even in worst-case scenarios. Researching the protocol standards, designing appropriate measurement IP to test them, developing an appropriate user interface, and reporting require a lot of effort. As a result, many in-house protocol validation tools often end up being slow, expensive, and difficult to maintain.
Join our free, one-hour webinar to explore how NI's protocol validation solution leverages ATE-class high-performance PXI digital instrumentation and oscilloscopes combined with turnkey software from Soliton Technologies for validating MIPI I3C, I2C, MIPI SPMI, MIPI RFFE, SPI, and other digital protocols. Watch a live demonstration of the I3C validation suite, which follows the same workflow and steps as other protocols.
Who should attend
Engineers developing with digital protocols, especially engineers that are adopting MIPI I3C. Design engineers, test engineers, post silicon validation engineers, system design engineers, engineering managers, application engineers, SoC emulation engineers, RTL engineers, firmware engineers and hardware engineers, etc.
Learn More about NI's digital protocol validation solutions, including how to:
- Perform interactive and automated protocol validation for MIPI I3C, I2C, MIPI SPMI, MIPI RFFE, and SPI
- Configure parametric, functional, and reliability tests against industry standards
- Test compliance corner cases, faults, glitches, and communication errors
- Reproduce failure cases quickly to speed up the debugging process
- Use the built-in script editor for easy automation
- Export configuration settings and integrate protocol validation activities into external applications using automation APIs and DLLs for Python, C#, LabVIEW, and TestStand