Description: Frank has an engineering degree from UC Berkeley and over 8 years of sales experience in the embedded systems industry. He enjoys talking to customers about their applications and identifying how they can take their designs to the next level using Total Phase tools.


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Data Center 3.5 Software a Finalist for TMW's Best in Test Award

Total Phase is happy to announce that our Data Center™ 3.5 Software has been named as a finalist for Test & Measurement World's Best in Test Award in the Computer Bus Analyzer category.

Test & Measurement World holds the annual contest to honor innovative new products and developers in the realm of test and measurement equipment. TMW readers ...

New Data Center Software Release: Version 4.0 Offers Added Support for Classes and Customizable GUI

Data Center 4.0 Software Release

We are very excited about the release of the new Data Center™ 4.0 Software, the latest version of our protocol analysis software, and the industry's only true real-time protocol analysis for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.

We now have expanded support for USB class-level decoding of Video, Printer, CDC (communications device class), DFU (devic...

Total Phase's Data Center 3.5 Software Nominated for ECN 2009 Readers Choice Award


Everybody at Total Phase is excited to announce that our Data Center™ 3.5 Software has been nominated for an ECN Magazine annual Readers Choice Award! The nomination is for top innovation in the Test and Measurement category. Please visit the ECN website and vote for us at

The ECN Readers Choice Award is ...

Discover the Bus Tree For More Efficient USB Debugging and Analysis

The Data Center 3.5 Software was designed with an intuitive user experience, in addition to its real-time performance and time-saving features. Our latest video below highlights the bus tree feature in the Data Center Software. The bus tree is especially useful in debugging USB applications because it provides a quick, yet informative, overview ...

USB Device Classes: Why Real-Time in Data Center 3.5 Makes the Difference

There are many protocol analyzers with class-level decoding, but the visibility provided by real-time class-level decoding can make the difference between an outstanding and an average tool. Whether you are developing HID, mass storage, hub, or audio devices, the benefit of having the high-level USB class data decoded immediately as it occurs on...

Attention USB Developers: USB Class-Level Decoding is Now Available

Data Center v3.5 Software

Everyone at Total Phase is excited to announce the addition of real-time USB class-level decoding to our Data Center™ Software.

Class-level decoding is going to be tremendously useful to engineers who are developing and debugging USB devices. The Data Center v3.5 Software can capture and decode the low-level USB data in real-time and translat...

National Instruments Week 2009

Two weeks ago, Total Phase showed off its LabVIEW drivers and embedded development tools at National Instruments Week in Austin, Texas. Interest was strong and our exhibit received a lot of visitors! With attendees developing applications ranging from machine vision to robotics, NI Week was a great conference. Attendance even proved to be recess...

Quick and Easy Memory Programming

This short video shows how you can use the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter with the Flash Center Software to quickly program an SPI Flash memory chip in less than 25 seconds!  The Flash Center software can support virtually any memory part, gang-program devices in parallel, and easily verify the contents on the memory chip.

The Cheetah adapter is a ge...

Attention LabVIEW Developers

Total Phase provides free LabVIEW drivers for the Beagle USB 12 and Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzers, Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter, and Cheetah SPI Adapter. Using these drivers, developers can integrate Total Phase tools into their LabVIEW designs.

You can download our LabVIEW drivers (complete with examples) here:

See Total Phase at Microchip MASTERs


Interested in learning the basics of USB? Next week during Microchip MASTERs, the Beagle USB 12 Protocol Analyzer will be used in two Microchip-instructed classes. The MASTERs conference provides embedded systems training on new technologies and design concepts and will be held in Phoenix, Arizona from July 29 to August 1.

In the 1364 USB2 "Int...