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Ivan_Lee
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Customer uses CYUSB3314 on RISC Linux platform

 They ask how to generate Test pattern for SI test.

Could you please provide software guide line ?

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Ajeethkumar
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Hi Ivan,

No. We don't have any solution to generate test Patterns on Linux.

Thanks,
Ajeeth

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Ivan_Lee
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how to generate Test pattern for U2 & U3 - SI test

Ajeethkumar
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Hi,

Can you please elaborate on your question?
Please answer the following:
1. DO you want to do some signal integrity tests like Eye Pattern test?
2. Or Do you want to provide a compliance test pattern?

For the above tests, you can use Compliance testers to generate the test patterns.

Thanks,
Ajeeth

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Ivan_Lee
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Hi, Ajeeth,

thank you!!

Do you have document  to describe how to use Compliance testers to generate the test patterns?

and the hub is embedded into Linux platform, is it possible to use Compliance testers to generate the test patterns and how to do?

Ajeethkumar
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Hi,

USB 3.0 complaince tests are directly described by USB-IF.

Please refer to this page to get the list of compliance tools provided by USB-IF. You can use the HSETT tool to generate test patterns on the Windows platform.

Thanks,
Ajeeth

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Ivan_Lee
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Hi, Ajeeth

so ... we don't have any solution to generate the test patterns on Linux platform, right?

 

Do you have any suggestion for Linux platform?

BR

Ivan

Ajeethkumar
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Hi Ivan,

No. We don't have any solution to generate test Patterns on Linux.

Thanks,
Ajeeth