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
UFS stands for Universal Flash Storage. These specifications are jointly developed by MIPI Alliance and JEDEC. Over a period of time, UFS evolved to support data rate from 5.8Gbps per lane to 11.66Gbps data rate. Now MIPI Alliance and JEDEC are working on UFS4.0 23.2 Gbps data rate per lane to address new applications in the 5G domain, automotive, gaming, and augmented reality. Validating and debugging the UFS4.0 protocol at MPHY HSG5B 23.2Gbps data rate and low power specification is challenging due to its PHY layer signal characteristics and data rate. Prodigy Technovations presents the identified challenges and recommended solutions to address probing the ultra-high-speed HSG5B 23.2 Gbps data lanes, analyzing protocol for different test cases.
Speaker Profile: Godfree Coelho
Godfree Coelho has more than 25 years of experience in the Test and Measurement Industry. He worked for Tektronix and HP/Agilent Technologies. He is the founder of Prodigy Technovations. Prodigy Technovations is a contributing member in SD, MIPI, JEDEC associations under the leadership of Godfree Coelho.