Everything you need to know about UFS Protocol & debugging UFS Protocol
What is UFS Protocol?
Universal Flash Storage (UFS) is a flash storage specification for digital cameras, mobile phones and consumer electronic devices. UFS 3.0 basically incorporates support for the latest high-density NAND memories and supports the latest and smarter interconnects between your phone’s chipset and memory for faster and more reliable communication between the two.
What are the benefits of UFS?
UFS storage is much faster and reliable than the eMMC flash storage standard, which is still used in budget phones. In 2019, the JEDEC Solid State Technology Association, which is responsible for the development of standards for the microelectronics industry, announced UFS 3.0
How to debug UFS Protocol?
UFS Protocol Analyzer (PGY-UFS3.X-PA) is the Protocol Analyzer with multiple features to capture and debug communication between host and design under test. PGY-UFS3.X-PA, UFS Protocol Analyzer, value based analyzer in its class, offers capture and debug of data across MPHY, UniPro and UFS protocol layers. It allows for instantaneous decoding of UFS layer, UniPro layer and MPHY layer with flexibility to correlate decoded data across these protocol layers.