Finisar Xgig 1/10GbE iSCSI/FCoE/FC Protocol Analyzer support analysis of IP SAN(Ethernet/iSCSI/FCoE)protocol and 10Gb/s Fibre Channel protocol, used for testing of high throughput, complex storage access network infrastructure. Xgig can make deeply data decode and help on figure out problem cause, it is a reliable protocol analyzer.
The new Xgig 8.5 Gb/s FC Analyzer blade introduced in this release has the same form factor as the 4G multifunctional blade with 2-port and 4-port option supporting 1.0625, 2.125, 4.25, and 8.5 Gb/s FC protocols. The default trace buffer has been doubled to 2GB per SFP port and, per the new 8G FC specification, the analyzer blade supports scrambling, which can easily be turned on and off. The Analyzer blade can be used as an Analyzer, BERT, Jammer, Load Tester, and Generator. It is a criticall...
The Finisar Xgig® family provides multi-purpose tools designed to help users meet their high-speed serial design challenges and accelerate development of today's Storage Area Networks (SAN) and storage subsystems. The latest Analyzer version extends the Finisar Xgig® family with the addition of 6 Gb/s SAS/SATA support. Line rates supported include SAS 1.5, 3.0, and 6.0 Gb/s, and SATA 1.5 and 3.0 Gb/s.
The USB Pod turns the Bus Doctor into a full-featured protocol analyzer with the depth, ease-of-use, protocol decoding, and statistics needed by software and systems testers. It supports Low, Full and High speeds (USB 1.1 and 2.0) and has a special Chirp mode for viewing the chirp handshaking activity. It also provides the features needed by hardware engineers including multi-level triggering, filtering, state configuration and timing analysis of USB transfers.
Spectra2 is offered by the IP Diagnostics (IPD) unit of the Network Diagnostics group within Tektronix' Communications Business (CB). Tektronix is headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon. The CB and IPD are headquartered in Richardson, Texas. Tektronix sales representatives as well as authorized channel partners are located around the world and serve the following regions: Americas, Europe/Middle East/Africa (EMEA), Asia, and Japan.
he I2C Bus Monitor Plus is our laboratory grade troubleshooting instrument for the Inter-Integrated Circuit (I2C) Bus, SMBus, and other derived protocols. When connected to an I2C or derived protocol bus and a host computer, the I2C Bus Monitor Plus captures, filters, and displays bus message data and timing information
The new and advanced Bus Doctor Gen 2 PCIe protocol analyzer supports bi-directional traffic capture and analysis of PCIe x1, x4 and x8 modes. Powerful pre-filtering and triggering options permit engineers to home in on any sequence of PCI events or conditions. In the x8 configuration, up to 18.4 GBs of capture buffer is available. With competing analyzers, such a large amount of memory would be problematic as searching for a PCIe event could take a substantial amount of time. However with Finis...
The Bus Doctor™ RX SD/SDIO pod protocol analyzer allows storage, silicon, and design engineers working with this technology to capture, decode and analyze bus states, command tokens, and response tokens, and to measure bus performance. The Bus Doctor's interface is intuitive and employs the Bus Doctor legendary easy-to-use GUI software, making it the ideal analyzer for anyone developing SD/SDIO hosts, devices, drivers, and consumer electronic products
Accelerate time to market. Full protocol visibility down to bit level speeds-up diagnosis of design problems; real-time decoding capabilities reduce time to perform system and interoperability tests; complex filters allow quick problem isolation.
The MIIC-101 I2C Bus / SMBus Monitor is a Stand-Alone and Remote Troubleshooting Tool for the I2C (Inter Integrated Circuit) serial bus developed by Philips Semiconductor, or the System Management Bus (SMBus) developed by Intel, and other dervived protocols
The Serial ATA Pod turns the Bus Doctor into a full-featured SATA protocol analyzer, with the depth, ease-of-use, protocol decoding and statistics that are needed by software and systems testers. It also provides the features needed by hardware engineers including multi-level triggering, filtering, state configuration post-capture filtering of Serial ATA packets
QP-1394TSA implements the protocol tests defined by the 1394 Trade Association's 'Base 1394 Test Suite Definition'. QP-1394TSA provides an automated means to conduct this test. An external 1394 bus analyzer is required to complete some tests.
The Compact Flash Pod turns the Bus Doctor into a full-featured protocol analyzer, supporting 3.3V systems, with the depth, ease-of-use, protocol decoding and statistics needed by software and systems testers. It also provides the features needed by hardware engineers including multi-level triggering, filtering, state configuration and timing analysis of Compact Flash transfers.