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Topic: Activity in the DDR3
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Activity in the DDR3 is picking up and Companies like Micron, Samsung, Hynix and Qimonda are doing DDR3 memory and we need to keep up. What type of equipment is out there today thay will help us test our design.
digitalJunk on 2/16/2010 5:10:00 PM

re:Activity in the DDR3 
Agilent is offering a comprehensive DDR3 protocol test package that will span probes and slot interposers, a high-speed logic analysis module, and compliance and analysis software tools.
Crankshaft on 2/18/2010 3:53:00 PM

re:Activity in the DDR3Best Answer!
the Agilent 16962A logic analysis module supports state speeds up to 2 Gtransfers/second. Timing speed is specified as up to 8 GHz. The module also sports a trigger sequence rate of 2 GHz, enabling it to capture events at full speed. A burst-recognizer trigger function is also included.
Crankshaft on 2/18/2010 7:13:00 PM

re:Activity in the DDR3 
You have to physically access the DDR’s I/Os. Agilent has a system for DDR ball-grid array (BGA) probing specifically for embedded applications. The probe eliminates the need for redesign or even any upfront planning for probing. There’s no longer any need to waste board space for a probe footprint. The probe, which attaches directly to the balls of the BGA, includes embedded resistors for isolation. It can be used for both physical and protocol measurements.
Crankshaft on 2/19/2010 6:41:00 PM

re:Activity in the DDR3Best Answer!
A total solution would cost upwards of $100K and would include: the 16962A logic analysis module, a 16902B two-slot mainframe with touchscreen, the BGA probing system and a N4835A DDR3 slot interposer along with the B4622A protocol compliance and analysis software package.
Crankshaft on 2/19/2010 8:11:00 PM


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