Wednesday, September 8, 2021

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8 September 2021
India 1-2 p.m. IST | China/Taiwan 3:30-4:30 p.m. | US 8:30-9:30 a.m. PDT
Europe 9:30-10:30 a.m. CET


About I3C

MIPI I3C® is a simple two-wire interface that is backward compatible with I2C, it supports speeds up to 33 megabits per second and shares a two-wire bus with multiple sensors.


Who should attend

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.



The MIPI I3C specification has been widely adopted for many applications like mobile, automotive, gaming, and IoT. It is a strong contender to replace mainstream I2C, SPI, and UART in future devices. Prodigy Technovations has been providing a range of I3C electrical and protocol layer test solutions. These products are capable of generating I3C traffic at all I3C speeds/modes, error injection, error analysis, electrical parameter measurements, and protocol analysis.

MIPI Alliance announced the I3C Conformance Test Suite (CTS) in August 2021 to support the industry to ensure interoperability between the controller and target devices. The I3C CTS includes test cases to test controllers and targets for conformance to MIPI I3C and response to erroneous I3C packets. Prodigy Technovations, a MIPI Alliance Contributor member, actively participated with the MIPI I3C Working Group on the development of the I3C CTS test plug-in to the industry-leading PGY-I3C-EX-PD product. During this webinar, Prodigy Technovations will provide an overview of the MIPI I3C CTS, interoperability testing of devices using Prodigy I3C CTS solution, API support and report generation. This webinar will also include an I3C CTS plug-in demo.



Mr. Chandrala Brijesh
Chandrala Brijesh is a senior technical lead with experience in architecture, multi-clock domain designs, and high-speed protocols. Brijesh has a deep understanding of MIPI I3C, UFS, RFFE, SPMI protocol specifications, and he has contributed to the MIPI I3C CTS. He has experience in customer requirements analysis, architecture definition, debugging, and fixing RTL issues reported during product development.

Mr. Manjunath ST
Manjunath is a senior software engineer who worked on Prodigy’s I3C Exerciser and Protocol Analyzer(PGY-I3C-EX-PD). Manjunath has over 5+ years of experience in software desktop applications and has a deep understanding of the MIPI I3C specification and Conformance Test Suite (CTS). He has hands-on experience in debugging and fixing software issues during product development, as well as experience in resolving customer issues during product evaluation.