The SCSI 320 Pod turns the Bus Doctor™ into a full-featured protocol analyzer, with the depth, ease-of-use, protocol decoding and statistics needed by software and systems testers. It also provides the features needed by hardware engineers including multi-level triggering, filtering, state configuration and timing analysis of SE and LVD transfers.
At the Command level, the SCSI 320 analyzer provides a big-picture view for testers who are troubleshooting system-level or application-level issues. The State display provides register-level access details for users who need to monitor SCSI 320 software, device drivers or firmware. For hardware engineers, the Timing Waveform display provides for analysis of SCSI 320 signal activity.
The SCSI 320 analyzer provides several predefined capture configurations:
- Timing Mode - (Store all transitions)
- State Mode
- All Valid States
- Valid States with Training Sequence
- Packetized Non-Paced
Custom State Modes can also be created. You may select quick arbitration selection (QAS).
The SCSI Analyzer provides high-level trigger configurations for most common trigger scenarios. The high-level user dialogs that allow you to set triggers on a variety SCSI protocol components including commands, messages, status, any phase, and the ITLQ nexus. You may set triggers for packetized and non-packetized environments. You may also set up customer triggering.
Protocols & Standards:
- SCSI-I, SCSI-II, SCSI-III, SCSI-IV
- CAM-3, SPI-4, MMC-3, SPC-2, SGC, SCC-2
- QAS, Packetized
- SE: Async, Sync through 40 MB/s
- LVD: Async, Sync through 320 MB/s *
Timing mode may not be available for transfers at 320 MB/s