USB transmitter and receiver compliance test system approved

USB transmitter and receiver compliance test system approved

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

Rohde & Schwarz has received approval from the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) for its USB 3.2 Gen 1 and Gen 2 transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx) compliance test system.

The RTP-K101 for Tx and RTP-K102 for Rx enables manufacturers to test their USB devices for compliance with the USB 3.2 standard, using the RTP oscilloscope from Rohde & Schwarz. The software option includes a range of test cases and scenarios that cover all aspects of electrical compliance testing of USB 3.2 Gen 1 & Gen 2 transmitters and receivers. They are implemented in the ScopeSuite software, which controls all needed hardware to carry out these tests, including third-party bit error rate testers (BERT) required for receiver testing. ScopeSuite features illustrated step-by-step instructions which guide users in terms of optimum setup and connection to test fixtures to obtain reliable results in line with USB-IF test specifications.

The approval by the USB-IF underlines the company’s commitment to providing high-quality test and measurement systems for the USB ecosystem and confirms that the system meets the stringent requirements set by the standardization body. Manufacturers of USB devices preparing for official USB-IF certification can have full confidence in the accuracy and reliability of the test results produced by the Rohde & Schwarz test system.

The USB-IF is the industry body responsible for the promotion and development of the Universal Serial Bus (USB) standard. The organization oversees the development of USB technology standards and ensures that all USB-IF certified products meet the highest standards of interoperability and quality.

The RTP-K101 for Tx and RTP-K102 for Rx compliance test options for USB 3.2 Gen 1 and Gen 2 are available from Rohde & Schwarz and are part of the company’s extensive portfolio for USB design and compliance testing. Rohde & Schwarz already has approval from the USB-IF for USB 2.0 transmitter and receiver testing as well as for USB cable and connector testing.

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