Everything you need to know about RFFE Protocol & debugging RFFE Protocol
What is RFFE Protocol?
RFFE is a two-wire interface that uses unterminated, single-ended CMOS I/Os for lower power. It can be used with a broad range of bus operating frequencies and features synchronous read capability, multi-master configuration, support for carrier aggregation and the use of multiple transceivers, dual-SIM designs and reserved registers that improve the efficiency of hardware and software development.
What are the benefits of MIPI RFFE?
The RF Front-end control interface (RFFE) Serial bus interface is emerging as a chosen for controlling RF frond end devices. There are variety of front end devices such as Power Amplifiers (PA), Low-Nose Amplifiers (LNA), filters, switches, power management modules, antenna tuners. It is widely used in mobile devices.
How to debug MIPI RFFE Protocol?
RFFE Protocol Analyzer (PGY-RFFE-EX-PD) is the Protocol Analyzer with multiple features to capture and debug communication between host and design under test. PGY-RFFE-EX-PD is the leading instrument that enables the design and test engineers to test the RFFE interface for its specifications by configuring PGY-RFFE-EX-PD as master/slave, generating RFFE traffic with error injection capability, amplitude variation and decoding RFFE Protocol decode packets.