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January 20, 2016 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Gary Cooper, former chair of the MIPI Alliance Debug Working Group and systems engineer at Texas Instruments, discusses forthcoming specifications that should make debugging mobile phone designs easier, and could be picked up in other mobile equipment and IoT

Gigabit Debug over IP Sockets

The MIPI Alliance is developing additional specifications that will enable engineers to perform their tests over more network standards. It will soon release Gigabit Debug for IP Sockets, an adapter that can implement SneakPeek and Gigabit Trace Framework on IP-based connections to facilitate remote debugging of devices, such as IoT products, over wired or wireless connections. This specification should be released in the first half of 2016. Figure 1 shows how these specifications are integrated into the MIPI Gigabit Debug architecture.

Figure 1: The diagram shows how Gigabit Debug for IP Sockets specifications are integrated into the MIPI Gigabit Debug architecture.

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