Newsletter

Issue 2

Volume 19

In This Issue

DATASHEET:
Advanced Cable Tester v2

TOTAL PHASE SPONSORSHIPS

EMF SURVEY: 2019 Survey of Embedded Developers

Featured Video

New Video Release:

Using an I2C Host Adapter and I2C Protocol Analyzer to Prototype Embedded Systems




Check out our newest video that demonstrates how the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter and the Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzer quickly evaluate and prototype an I2C-based system that uses a 3-axis accelerometer.

Upcoming Events

Embedded World | Nuremberg, Germany
Feb 26-28, 2019

ESC Boston | Boston, MA
May 15-16, 2019

NIWeek 2019 | Austin, TX
May 20-23, 2019

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Advanced Cable Tester v2 Datasheet


The Total Phase Advanced Cable Tester v2 is our latest development that focuses on providing a high speed, low-cost, comprehensive cable testing solution for factory and production settings. 

Check out the release of our Advanced Cable Tester v2 datasheet for  complete details on this tool, including features, examples of test captures, specifications, and more:
 

 


For more information on the Advanced Cable Tester v2, please contact us at sales@totalphase.com.

Total Phase Sponsorships


Total Phase is pleased to partner with educational institutions and non-profit organizations targeted at developing the skill sets of future engineers. Our donated tools have been used across a wide variety of projects, helping these groups reach their end goals and gain a competitive advantage.

Check out some of the organizations we've had the opportunity to support:


Littleton Robotics



Total Phase supported the Littleton Robotics team in their mission to design, build, and test robots, as they embarked on a 6 week competition, called the FIRST® Robotics Competition, that takes place across the United States. Littleton Robotics is a STEM Education Foundation whose mission is to promote STEM education opportunities in Littleton and the surrounding towns. Littleton Robotics' team, Mechanical Advantage 6328, with the help of mentors, used our tools, specifically the Komodo CAN Duo Interface, to test and develop their project.

University of Washington - CubeSat Project - Satellite 


 

Total Phase's tools have helped with the debugging and development of the NASA CubeSat project designed and created by the University of Washington.This institution is part of the CubeSat standard, which allows organizations like universities and educational institutions to be involved in affordable space projects that aid in the advancement of space exploration.

Our tools, specifically the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter and the Promira Serial Platformhelped this team develop their own satellite by performing simulations through sequences of tests to ensure correct behavior, validating sensor functionality, implementing and debugging custom PCB boards, and much more.


Find out more about Total Phase's sponsorships here.

Seeking sponsorship and tools for your educational group? Contact us at sales@totalphase.com.

2019 Survey of Embedded Developers

Each year, Total Phase works cooperatively with Embedded Market Forecasters to gather market research on the current trends occurring the with embedded technology industry, whether it be embedded operating systems, protocols, speeds, project sizes, project timelines, etc.

By participating in the 2019 Survey of Embedded Developers, you will get the opportunity to access the aggregated results of this year's survey, as well as obtain the whitepaper, "AVOIDING AN EMBEDDED SECURITY DISASTER: What vendors, OEMs and developers need to know about embedded security”, free of charge (normally $295).

 


Once taken, you will receive a free copy of the whitepaper and a link to review the aggregated survey results once the survey has closed. We appreciate your participation.

Spotlight: USB Power Delivery Analyzer

Arrived in about 3 days, and worked first time out of the box. I downloaded the free Data Center Software which is very easy to use, and I was able to begin validation work on one of my products within a few minutes of opening the box. I’d definitely buy this again.

 
 

– James L.
 

Learn more about the USB Power Delivery Analyzer

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