Members USB-IF USB 2.0 Compliance Testing How to design, test and debug your products for success. Jim Choate Agilent Technologies Outline • • • • • • USB 2.0 Basics Agilent’s USB 2.0 Solution Design challenges Common compliance pitfalls What are Waivers? Advanced Debug and Testing with the 9000 series Oscilloscope • Conclusion / Q&A USB2.0 Basics – General Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0： • All USB specifications are owned by the USB-IF (Implementers Forum, Inc.) • USB2.0 is an EXTENSION of USB1.1 • USB-IF states USB2.0 is the CURRENT ver. of the USB. USB1.1 is available for historical reference only. USB 2.0 Has 3 Transfer Speeds USB2.0 HS USB1.1 LS/FS – Low Speed (LS) = 1.5Mbps – Full Speed (FS) = 12Mbps – Hi-Speed (HS) = 480Mbps USB 3.0 Has 1 Transfer Speed – Superspeed (SS) = 5Gbps For more details on the USB 3.0 specification refer to the webinar: USB 3.0 Superspeed PHY Testing Challenges: Verify your 5Gbps design to the specification http://www.techonline.com/learning/webinar/215400047 USB 3.0 SS USB2.0 Basics - Architecture • USB Architecture Host / System Down stream Hub Up stream Devices • • • • Differential Signal Max USB cable length of 5m Up to 5 Hubs Data from PC to the device is called Downstream • Data from device to PC is called Upstream USB Cable + Shield VBUS D+ DGround USB2.0 Basics - Signal Rates & Levels Sig Rate Sig Level Rise and Fall Times Low Speed 1.5Mbps 3.3V 75ns < Tr <300ns Full Speed Hi-Speed 12Mbps 480Mbps 3.3V 400mV 4ns < Tr < 20ns Tr > 500ps* *High Speed USB edge rate compliance measurement method and pass/fail criteria have been changed. This will be explained in the compliance requirements section. Host test requirements http://www.usb.org/developers/docs#comp_test_procedures USB2.0: Logo compliance for Quality • With 480Mbps, higher quality electrical signals are essential • The market requires all USB products meet the specification by passing the tests. The USB 2.0 Compliance Tests are mandatory When you pass the tests, you… • Can use the High Speed USB 2.0 Logo • Will be listed on the Integrator’s List The HS Logo The FS/LS Logo Compliance Workshop Test Suites • USB 2.0 Interoperability Gold Suite • Interoperability with “gold tree” components • USB Command Verifier • USB 2.0 Electrical Test Suite • • • • Signal Quality Testing Receiver Testing Packet parameters EVM Test Suites • USB 2.0 debug suite • 1:1 Interoperability System Suites • Staffed and equipped by product vendor Outline • • • • • • USB 2.0 Basics Agilent’s USB 2.0 Solution Design challenges Common compliance pitfalls What are Waivers? Advanced Debug and Testing with the 9000 series Oscilloscope • Conclusion / Q&A Agilent USB 2.0 Solution • Test all aspects of your USB product using Agilent USB test solutions • At its heart: N5416A USB 2.0 Compliance Test Software Additional USB testing products: •N5417A USB OTG Test Fixture •N5464A/B USB Protocol Triggering and Decode •E2649A High speed test fixtures •E2646A Low/Full speed test fixture •InfiniiMax probes •Infiniium 90000 and 9000 series scopes USB Transmitter testing The worlds most popular USB test solution joins with the Infiniium 9000 series scope •Same automation and ease of use •NEW protocol analysis and triggering N5416A USB 2.0 Compliance Test Application Agilent USB-IF approved compliance test with Matlab scripts NEW: Infiniium 9000 series Oscilloscope Transmitter electrical test coverage Application automates all compliance tests and provides summary of all testing performed Receiver Testing SE0_NAK Mode •Test mode SW places DUT into RX test mode •Scope application auto adjusts amplitude and packet types to test RX Connection diagrams and integrated test procedures make setup and execution of testing simple •N5416A USB test application measures results automatically with histogram Industries only automated RX test solution Receiver Jitter tolerance testing • Why Test USB 2.0 jitter tolerance? • The N5990A option 102 provides unprecedented USB 2.0 receiver device test coverage. N5990A USB test solution USB 2.0 jitter tolerance test result Completing the Solution: Fixtures and probing Automated drop/droop InfiniiMax Differential Probes: •The world’s best probing system •The right BW for the job N2774A Current Probe E2649A High speed USB compliance test fixture set 9000 Series ships standard with N2873A probes E2646A SQiDD fixture •FS/LS Signal quality, Inrush N5417A USB OET Outline • • • • • • USB 2.0 Basics Agilent’s USB 2.0 Solution Design challenges Common compliance pitfalls What are Waivers? Advanced Debug and Testing with the 9000 series Oscilloscope • Conclusion / Q&A Design Challenges • HS Signal Integrity – Trace and Driver Impedance – Proper decoupling • Current Draw – Operating current – Unconfigured current – Suspend current • Receiver Testing • Test Modes USB Impedance Spec Explained • What does the spec say? • High-Speed Zo – Zo – cable = 90 +/-15 % – ZHSTERM = 80 to 100 ohms differential – ZHSTHRU = 70 to 110 ohms differential • FS Driver Impedance – Not HS capable: Zdrv = 28-44 ohms – HS Capable: Zdrv = 40.5-49.5 ohms USB Impedance Measurement • 86100C DCA-J paired with 54754A Differential TDR module Test Bed PC ZHSTHRU 110 ZHSTERM 100 80 70 USB Connector reference location BGA discontinuity Proper Decoupling • Prevent signal integrity problems by understanding how to properly decouple power and grounds on your chip • Bulk vs filter capacitance – Electrolytic Bulk Capacitance C = I / (dV/dt), size in uF depends on max transients For example: I peak = 3A, Vnom = 3.3V, 10% V tolerance, 10usec delta time C = 3A*(10us/(3.3V*0.10) = 90.9uF => use 100uF Bulk cap* – Ceramic High Frequency Capacitance Typical values are 0.01uF, 0.1uF to 1uF depending on filtering frequency needed *note: Devices are required to limit inrush on hot attach by limiting load to 10uF in parallel with 44ohms. Design Proper Cap Selection and routing • Proper route/placement of capacitors • Choose the right kind of capacitor depending on it’s purpose – NPO (lowest ESR), X7R, X5R, Y5V Lowest pad inductance Vcc Gnd Standard method of Cap routing Vcc Gnd Much smaller ground loop Measuring Device Inrush Current • Inrush is a function of device load on hot attach and hub port voltage/ESR •Spec limit = ~50uC •Inrush waiver built in to scripts •Limit inrush events by using sequential power on for controller logic N2774A Current Probe Inrush event time Rise and Fall time • As designs move to smaller process technology the edge rates are increasing • USB 2.0 specification limits RT/FT to 500ps as measured at 10%-90% • Errors in consistency of these measurements due to: – Shape of signal edge 10%-90% variations – Noise – Amplitude variations – Probe peaking due to insufficient BW • Slow corners give 10/90 rise time that is slower than actual edge rate • RT/FT faster than 400ps have observed • Oscilloscope AND Probe BW must be at least 2.5Ghz to accurately observe and measure these fast edges Slew rate RT/FT methodology Slew Rate Method Design 10-90% Method small ∆V of 10% and 90% = large ∆RT/FT Refer to http://compliance.usb.org/index.html for the latest compliance test updates Test Modes • Test_SEO_NAK • Receiver test mode • • • • Test_J Test_K Test_Packet Other tests driven by HSET using normal USB device requests – Example: suspend, resume, reset, etc Outline • • • • • • USB 2.0 Basics Agilent’s USB 2.0 Solution Design challenges Common compliance pitfalls What are Waivers? Advanced Debug and Testing with the 9000 series Oscilloscope • Conclusion / Q&A Compliance Pitfalls • Failure to properly support USB suspend – Low power state required of all devices • < 2.5mA (spec says 500uA = auto waiver) • Improperly report bus vs self powered if battery powered • RX Sensitivity failure vs Squelch • Backdrive • SW Driver loading sequence • Test mode not implemented Compliance Pitfalls – RX Test •Misinterpretation of RX sensitivity and Squelch requirements has caused considerable confusion and discrepancy in test results •As you can see from the waveform at the right the artifacts on the transition and non-transition bits due to reflections are significant Compliance Pitfalls – RX Test Compliance •Agilent uses a histogram function to standardize measurement of sensitivity and squelch thresholds •Other solutions require manual placement cursors based on “flat spot” on waveform •This automation greatly improves consistency of test results at workshops and test labs Receiver Sensitivity (EL_17) and Squelch (EL_16) Compliance •Please note that it is the combination of EL_16 and EL_17 that validates the "transmission detection envelope" defined in section 22.214.171.124 of the USB 2.0 Specification Outline • • • • • • USB 2.0 Basics Agilent’s USB 2.0 Solution Design challenges Common compliance pitfalls What are Waivers? Advanced Debug and Testing with the 9000 series Oscilloscope • Conclusion / Q&A Waivers • Some failures are due to measurement errors or non-critical failures • It is important to understand how the USBIF handles some types of failures • Automatic waivers – Always granted – May be built into test tools • Conditional waivers • Permanent waivers Non-Critical = No End User Impact Waivers Waivers • The criterion for granting a waiver varies greatly and tends to be specific to the device. Some general factors used to consider granting or denying waiver requests are: – – – – Violation's effect on end-user experience Violation's affect on other USB product Market share of affected product Cost of corrective action to the vendor • Waiver decisions are at the discretion of the USB-IF Compliance Chairman and members of the Certification Review Board. Waivers Waivers • Products with waivers post to IL and receive logo usage rights • General USBIF rule is waivers are not published • Design to specification not to waiver limits Waivers Outline • • • • • • USB 2.0 Basics Agilent’s USB 2.0 Solution Design challenges Common compliance pitfalls What are Waivers? Advanced Debug and Testing with the 9000 series Oscilloscope • Conclusion / Q&A USB Protocol Triggering and Decode • Industries first on-scope USB protocol triggering and decode capability • Debug protocol issues • Trigger on different packet types • Test embedded designs • Isolate logical from electrical issues Testing a Complex Bus Topology with the Agilent Infiniium 9000 Scope SATA Best 3-in-1 Instrument IDE ULPI Scope: • Up to: 4 GHz BW, 20 GSa/s, 1 Gpts • Powerful triggering • Packed with rich features/analysis. Logic Analyzer: • 16 integrated channels • 128 Mpts std memory, up to 2 GSa/s • Precise analog + digital triggering USB 2.0 In today’s world many subsystems are tightly integrated into multi function Embedded products: •USB 2.0 interface •IDE parallel interface •SATA interface Protocol Analyzer: • I2C, SPI, CAN, RS-232/UART, USB, PCIe, 8B/10B • HW trigger and decode • First scope with multi-tab viewer •.Phy to protocol time correlation Debugging multiple bus interfaces • • In the past each interface would need to be tested separately often with different types of equipment Today you can use the 9000 series oscilloscope to test it all with a single instrument To LA Testing and debugging a USB 2.0 to IDE and SATA adapter Diff probe on USB2 LA on IDE E2649A USB test fixture Data read latency shown by read arrows Advanced protocol triggers for debugging The serial search and real time HW trigger capabilities open a new realm of debug capabilities Summary • USB compliance testing has grown over the years to address real product problems • Agilent has been a key partner with the USBIF in the growth and phenomenal success of the USB compliance test program • Agilent offers everything you need to test and certify all of your USB products • The N5416A USB Test Option offers the most accurate and highest level of USB test automation in the industry today • Agilent’s N5990A test automation sw takes testing to the next level with full USB 2.0 jitter tolerance characterization • The Infiniium 9000 Series is the best 3-in-1 instrument with scope, logic analyzer, protocol analyzer test capabilities Agilent Delivers the Worlds Best USB Test Solutions Additional Information • Go to www.usb.org to get additional information on certifying your USB products • For specific updates to compliance requirements go to http://compliance.usb.org/index.html • Agilent Application Note: Debugging USB 2.0: It’s Not Just a Digital World • Go to www.agilent.com/find/usb to find more about Agilent Superior Signal Integrity Solutions and Probing for Your Applications Miscellaneous topics • Workshops – Very good place for hands on training – Talk to experts • USBET – required for compliance, integrated into Agilent’s sw solutions • HSET tool issues – supports Win7/8 with by disabling signed driver requirement (F8 on boot) • Fixture standardization - USBIF will soon require probe less test method – using only SMA probing. - Agilent fixtures support this now.