Earlier this week it was announced that the MIPI Debug Working Group is guaging interest in a MIPI Debug for I3C Interoperability event to be held at the June 2023 MIPI Alliance Member Meeting in San Jose, California.
While the I3C Interop Workshop held in 2022 was hosted by the MIPI I3C Working Group and focused on broad I3C implementations, this workshop aims to dial in on the recently released Debug for I3C specification. The full text of the brief annoucement can be found below:
The event will concentrate on checking the interoperability of these devices against the foundational requirements of Debug for I3C v1.0 to ensure features such as the debug-specific common command codes (CCCs) and in-band interrupts (IBIs) are working.
Participants would be asked to bring one or more of the following devices for testing:
- Debug and Test System (DTS), also referred to as the I3C Controller
- Test System (TS), also referred to as the I3C Target, and/or
- Protocol Analyzer
Those interested in attending are asked to fill out the interest form on MIPI's website. While it's not explicitly stated in the announcement, I believe it is open to non-members, given that I3C Basic and Debug for I3C are available for non-member implementation. (Last year's I3C Interop Workshop held at the MIPI Member Meeting in Munich was open for non-members.)
I'm really looking forward to this event and am excited for the opportunity to test our I3C Basic Protocol Analyzer Plugin through another round of real-world testing, specifically in the context of the Debug for I3C specification.
If you're planning on attending the MIPI I3C Interop Event, please reach out to us at email@example.com, we'd love to meet you!
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