The biggest challenge when analyzing near-field communication is establishing proper trigger conditions that provide a stable display of waveforms. With conventional oscilloscopes, this means “hit or miss”, because you simply use the default edge trigger until you see what you’re looking for. In most cases, this time-consuming method unfortunately misses the relevant phase of the communication.
Using our new integrated NFC Oscilloscope, it takes only two steps to reach the goal:
1) Set high-level trigger
2) Start measurement (single shot or continuous trigger)
NFC Oscilloscope singularly offers a great selection of NFC and ISO triggers, which are useful for resolving communication issues on the analog and digital level.
Some examples of the offered trigger conditions:
- carrier modulation
- NFC frame start/end
- decoder I/O collision
- commands like WUPA