Durham, N.H., --October 24, 2018-- The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), an independent provider of broad-based testing and standards conformance services for the networking industry, recently announced they are now offering MIPI C-PHY Reference Termination Boards (RTB) to the public. The RTB board will allow companies to complete accurate in-house electrical measurement testing and fully supports the complexity of CPHY.
The UNH-IOL C-PHY RTB is a reference termination test fixture used for performing MIPI C-PHY transmitter physical layer signaling measurements. It is also used for measuring and calibrating the output of a reference signal source used for performing C-PHY receiver tolerance testing. The new C-PHY RTB also has an added feature to force the HS termination on or off. In addition, similar to the UNH-IOL D-PHY RTB, it has an LP trip-level threshold voltage adjustment so testers can change the voltage level at which the RTB detects LP transitions.
”The UNH-IOL team has over 10 years of experience testing mobile devices for MIPI Alliance conformance testing,” said Michael Klempa, Technical Manager “Our latest addition to our MIPI Test Fixtures, the C-PHY RTB board, will support companies who are seeking a way to test their C-PHY product with a tool that was designed to test in accordance to the specification”
The UNH-IOL has been a member of the MIPI Alliance since 2007 and tests all mobile devices looking for MIPI conformance and physical layer testing including C-PHY, D-PHY, DSI, and CSI-2. All UNH-IOL MIPI Test Fixtures and Tools are available to member and non-member companies. Learn more about the C-PHY RTB and other tools on the UNH-IOL website.
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