The industry’s most accurate and trusted USB analyzer platform now supports USB 3.2, USB4 and Thunderbolt 3 testing and verification. The legendary Voyager family combines best-in-class probe technology with industry-leading analysis software allowing designers and validation teams to debug problems and verify interoperability for next-generation USB systems.
Mercury T2C / T2P
The pocket-sized Mercury T2C & T2P capture and decode the widest range of USB 2.0 device classes plus Type-C link states and Power Delivery 3.0 messages. Both the Mercury T2C and T2P utilize the industry leading CATC Trace analysis software for verifying and debugging USB and PD protocol issues. Now there are two base models to choose from; the original Mercury T2C and the new Mercury T2P, which adds the Power Tracker graphical view of VBUS and CC voltages.
QualiPHY automates USB4™ (Universal Serial Bus 4) physical layer (PHY) testing in accordance with the USB-IF USB4 and Thunderbolt 3 CTS (Compliance Test Specifications) over the USB Type-C® connector. The Teledyne LeCroy LabMaster SDA 10 Zi-A Oscilloscope, WavePulser 40iX High-speed Interconnect Analyzer, and Anritsu MP1900A Signal Quality Analyzer-R BERT (Bit Error Rate Tester) compose a comprehensive system that provides USB4 test engineers with an integrated electrical test solution.
The USB4® Sideband Trigger, Decode, Measure/Graph and Physical Layer (USB4-SB TDMP) solution provides transparent color-coded decode overlays, protocol tables, and search capabilities, Measure/Graph capability with automated measurement and graphing tools, and USB4 sideband standard-specific capability for physical layer measurements, debug, and eye diagram creation.
The USB4® Sideband Trigger, Decode (USB4-SB TD) Trigger+Decode option provides high performance triggers and transparent color-coded decode overlays, protocol tables, and search capabilities.
The USB4bus DME (Decode, Measure/Graph, and Eye) option for Teledyne LeCroy oscilloscopes provides link layer decode information annotated on the USB4® physical layer waveform. This provides the ability to view protocol traffic on the oscilloscope and verify that the link is alive and transmitting properly. It also aids in debugging problems that are not solely analog or digital in nature, such as interoperability issues, uncertain error causes, and physical layer issues not evident with a Protocol Analyzer.