Each pin can perform PE functions of the driver, the comparator, and the active load, and DC levels for automated test equipment applications. There are high voltage drivers (up to 13.5V) on even-number pins.
Each pin can be configure as a voltage source/current monitor or current source/voltage monitor:
- Drive-Current Clamp-Voltage (DICV)
- Drive-Voltage Clamp-Current (DVCI)
z482’s MIPI controllers allow communication with MIPI RF Front End (RFFE) devices. If specified MIPI RFFE can define an interface between RFFE-capable devices, with one master device and up to 15 slaves on a single RFFE bus.
Vector Engine Functions
Allows user to generate or analyze user-defined patterns for each pin.
Signal Connection – Depending on the mode of operation (PE or PMU), there are three leads per pin:
- Force-High (FH)
- Low (L)
- Sense-High (SH)
- DAQ style cable
- Break-out board
Frequently Used With