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    Webinars To Cover Beginner and Advanced Debug

    Dervla Froemming, MIPI Senior Event Manager
    Written by: Dervla Froemming, MIPI Senior Event Manager
    22 January 2021

    Whether you're just getting started with MIPI Debug solutions or you're interested in a more in-depth discussion of MIPI Debug for I3C℠, members of the Debug Working Group will cover it at upcoming webinars on 27 January and 17 February.

     
    Overview of MIPI Debug

    On Wednesday, 27 January, Enrico Carrieri, Debug Working Group chair and principal engineer at Intel Corporation, will present "A Beginner's Guide to MIPI Debug Solutions" at 08:00 PST.

    Beginners-Guide-1000x667An introduction to the overall MIPI debug system framework and its components, this webinar will explain how MIPI debug breaks down modern system-on-chip (SoC) debug architectures into manageable subsystems. You'll also have the opportunity to ask Enrico your questions following the presentation.

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    Next level Debug for I3C

    MIPI will offer a follow-up to its recent Debug for I3C webinar with the 17 February webinar, "A Deep Dive into MIPI Debug for I3C," presented by Matthew Schnoor, member of the Debug Working Group and a debug architect at Intel Corporation.

    Webinar-Deep-Dive-Debug-1000Matthew will dive deeper into the discussion, covering topics such as MIPI I3C bus topologies and configuration with Debug for I3C, debug network adaptors, new debug common command codes for configuration and control, session management and debug resets, and use of MIPI I3C in-band interrupts for status and data payload delivery. The presentation will also be followed by a live Q&A session.

    Register today to reserve your spot »

    All past MIPI webinars and MIPI DevCon sessions are available on demand in the e-learning hub.

    Tags: Debug