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Agilent unveils eMMC compliance test app

19 Dec 2012

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Agilent Technologies Inc. has announced what it boasts as the industry's first embedded multimedia card (eMMC) compliance test application for embedded storage solutions. The Agilent N6465A eMMC test application helps memory design engineers validate and debug eMMC NAND flash memory cards faster by automating the execution of a series of parametric tests including electrical and timing measurements, on Agilent Infiniium 9000, 90000A, 90000 X- and 90000 Q-Series oscilloscopes, detailed the firm.

The eMMC NAND flash memory technology can operate at a maximum clock rate of 200MHz in high-speed mode and provides ultrafast memory for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.

The Agilent N6465A eMMC compliance test application helps engineers test, debug and characterise physical-layer properties of eMMC memory to ensure compliance with the JEDEC JESD84-B451 specification. The application automatically sets up the oscilloscope to trigger the right signal to run each test and generates an HTML report at the end of the test. The report compares the results with the specified test limit and indicates how closely the device passes or fails each test.

The Agilent N6465A eMMC compliance test application is available for $4,000.




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