Agilent Technologies (News - Alert) Inc., a measurement company and a technology company in chemical analysis, life sciences, diagnostics, electronics and communications, recently introduced the N6465A eMMC test application, the industry’s first eMMC (embedded multimedia card) compliance test application for embedded storage solutions. The Agilent N6465A eMMC compliance test application is available now for $4,000.
The eMMC application can be used to test, debug and characterize the eMMC designs quickly and easily. It automatically configures the oscilloscope for each test and generates an informative HTML report at the end of the test. The application not only compares the results with the specification test limit, but also includes margin analysis, which indicates how closely the device passes or fails each test. On top of that, the complex analysis of the eMMC signals is taken care of by the application, which saves the time and effort it would have taken to do the measurements manually.
“Our new eMMC compliance test software allows engineers to achieve conformance in the fastest and most efficient manner,” said Jay Alexander, vice president and general manager of Agilent’s Oscilloscope Products Division. “The Infiniium 9000 Series oscilloscopes complement the eMMC compliance test software in providing an affordable solution with the required bandwidth and performance to trigger on the eMMC signals for full parametric testing.”
In related news, Agilent Technologies recently made a sizable donation of test and measurement equipment to the Engineering Science department at Sonoma State University this semester that will lead to the development of one of the most advanced measurement laboratories in the California State University system.
The gift - the second of two donations this year - benefits SSU's electrical engineering program which is differentiated by the training and research opportunities provided by modern equipment such as the Agilent instruments. The donation expands the department's abilities to offer new curriculum and provide job-related training to students.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman