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|La ciencia es como la tierra; solo se puede poseer un poco de ella,|
François Marie Arouet(Voltaire – 1694-1778).
Escritor y filósofo francés.
| LeCroy Introduces Gen2 PCI Express Link Trainer |
LeCroy Corporation, a leading supplier of oscilloscopes and serial data test solutions, today introduced the Gen2 PCI Express LinkUP™ Trainer, the companion development tool for the PCI Express PETracer™ Gen2 Summit Analyzer shipped in August this year. Companies developing PCI Express Gen2 products and need a controllable host or device running at 5 Gb/s speeds will find the LinkUP Exerciser essential for development.
PCI Express LinkUP is a card-based LTSSM exerciser that can generate training sequences at Gen1/Gen2 speeds for lane widths from x1 to x16. LinkUP allows users to test their products to find potential issues that can affect interoperability. Features such as the LTSSM emulator generate protocol traffic to a device or host. The system can be configured to transition to various states, and to change speeds to test speed negotiation. ACKs are also generated for received TLPs to emulate the Data Link Layer and preserve the link. In addition, each PCI Express lane’s parameters such as lane skew, polarity, scrambling can be changed to expose physical layer issues.
“LeCroy was the first to answer the call to support the Gen2 PCI Express development community.” said John Wiedemeier, Product Marketing Manager, Protocol Solutions Group, LeCroy Corporation. “Being early has enabled us to work closely with leading edge companies who are pushing the envelope for higher performance, and to develop the test tools that keep them in the lead.”
LeCroy protocol analyzers and exercisers have been at the forefront of PCI Express development tools. All LeCroy protocol analyzers feature a hierarchical display, real-time statistics, protocol traffic summaries, detailed error reports, powerful scripting, and the ability to create user-defined test reports, which allow developers to troubleshoot intricate problems and finish their projects on time.
Viernes, 08 Diciembre, 2006 - 10:10