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2018-09-27 Rena Ayeras
I am looking for a USB Type-C cable functional tester – I need to analyze the performance of the cable per specifications as well as power delivery. What recommendations do you have?
2018-09-25 Rena Ayeras
I am using the Beagle USB 480 Protocol Analyzer. I read through all the documentation, but could not find anything that fully explains how to enable triggers. Also, that feature is grayed out in the Data Center Software under Device Settings.
2018-09-20 Rena Ayeras
I have been using the Beagle USB 12 Protocol Analyzer for MDIO monitoring. However, now I need something to actually drive the bus with transactions to the PHY/switch. MDIO and MDC are open-drain signals, so anything that works with I2C should also be able to provide MDIO.
2018-09-18 Rena Ayeras
How do I use the Beagle USB 480 Protocol Analyzer with an Android device?
2018-09-13 Rena Ayeras
I have been using the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter with the Control Center Serial Software in batch mode. With the current project, I need to read/write several I2C EEPROMs, STMicro EEPROM M24C02-W, so I switched over to Flash Center Software for its speed in programming devices.
2018-09-11 Jessica Hopkins
When your USB system isn’t working as expected and you’re experiencing system failure or other unexplainable issues, it can be tough to pinpoint the root cause of the bug. While there are many possible reasons for abnormal behavior, one issue in particular may be overlooked, and that is having a bug on the USB VBUS. Before diving into different signs that can be a result of VBUS issues, we’ll provide a brief explanation of VBUS itself and its role in USB.
2018-09-06 Rena Ayeras
I am using the Cheetah Host Adapter with the Flash Center Software, and I am working with a Micron MT25QL512 SPI Flash device. I am following the instructions to add a new device via an XML file. However, when I try to import that file, the following error is displayed:
2018-09-04 Rena Ayeras
We need to check if the Power Delivery Object (PDO) is correct on the factory side. To do so, we are planning to run tests by switching PDOs and then check if our Type-C docking station can switch to different voltage levels: 5V, 9V, 15V, and 20V. Can the USB Power Delivery Analyzer support this?  Here are the details of what we’re looking for: