The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) has tested data communications products since 1988. The mission of UNH-IOL is to foster multi-vendor interoperability while preparing students for careers in the data communications and semiconductors industry. The laboratory has grown steadily into one of the industry's premier independent proving grounds for new technologies. The UNH-IOL maintains a strong reputation for independent, vendor-neutral testing. The confidential test reports the UNH-IOL provides to its members are recognized throughout the data communications industry as evidence of interoperability and conformance to technical standards. Since 2007 UNH-IOL has worked closely with the MIPI Alliance to develop a testing program to meet the unique needs of the mobile industry. We’re now happy to be offering those services to MIPI Alliance Members.
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UNH-IOL is currently offering test services for products implementing the CSI-2, DCS, D-PHYSM, DSI, and SLIMbusR specifications. We are actively developing testing service for products using the LLI and M-PHYSM specifications. In addition we offer test fixtures and boards for enabling D-PHY testing in your own lab, including the D-PHYSM Reference Termination Board.