Voyager M4x USB4 Analyser/Exerciser
The industry's most accurate and trusted USB analyzer platform now supports USB4 and Thunderbolt 3 testing and verification. The legendary Voyager family combines best-in-class probe technology with industry-leading analysis software allowing designers and validation teams to debug problems and verify interoperability for next-generation USB systems.
Teledyne LeCroy's legendary Voyager analyzer platform provides the industry's most accurate and reliable capture of USB4 and Thunderbolt 3™ protocol for fast debug, analysis and problem solving. Leveraging Teledyne LeCroy's cutting-edge T.A.P.4™ probe technology and industry-leading analysis software, the newest Voyager is the ultimate, all-in-one test solution for USB.
The Voyager M4x features the industry's highest fidelity probe design and provides unmatched reliability when testing devices at the full USB4 Gen3x2 (40Gb/s aggregate) speed. Designed to sit inline between host and hub, the M4x will non-intrusively record all USB Type-C signaling including USB4/TBT3 data, side-band and CC (PD) messages. Hot plug any combination of USB4 host and hub and the Voyager system will record the speed negotiation handshake and lock at the specified rate. The Voyager is fully compatible with both active and passive cable environments.
The Voyager provides hardware triggering to pinpoint protocol events of interest. Trigger events can be specified at the lowest levels including bus states and ordered sets (TS1/TS2, De-Skew, CL2_ACK) or header fields including hop ID or packet types (tunneled, control, credit_sync, etc..). Voyager's graphical interface makes setup easy to trigger on CC events including Alt-mode and PD messages, VBUS and CC voltage levels.
The Voyager utilizes the legendary CATC Trace - the industry's de facto standard display and shows all packets labeled and interleaved in a single view. Traffic from the logical USB4 and side-band channels can be individually filtered, searched or exported from the trace. The Transfer level can be expanded and collapsed to show the logical layer including all ordered sets and control packets. While in line, it will record and display all register reads and writes to provide an unambiguous picture of the router and path configuration space.