Presented by Gordon Getty and Juhyun Yang, Teledyne LeCroy
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The M-PHY® specification is designed to allow mobile devices to have a low-power, high-performance interface. Several higher level protocols use the M-PHY physical layer for storage, I/O and memory in mobile devices.
This presentation discusses how higher layer protocols, including UniPro® and UFS, use the M-PHY physical layer to provide an efficient, low power storage protocol to be enabled on mobile platforms. It also covers debug and analysis techniques for UFS and UniPro technologies to allow root-cause analysis to be performed in an efficient and effective manner.
Gordon Getty is a senior application engineer at Teledyne LeCroy. He has worked with high-speed serial technologies for more than 15 years, including D-PHY℠ and MIPI M-PHY® Technologies, PCI Express and NVMe. Gordon has developed numerous test specifications and test procedures for testing PCI Express and other technologies. He graduated from Glasgow University in Scotland with a bachelor’s degree in electronics and music, and a master of science in information technology from the University of Paisley in Scotland.
Juhyun Yang is a senior sales engineer for Teledyne LeCroy in South Korea. Juhyun has 20 years of experience in Protocol Test Tools for high-speed protocols, including PCI Express, USB, SAS/SATA and MIPI/UFS. He also works to promote testing methodologies for future technologies.