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eCall solution cuts testing time

TUV Rhineland has selected Keysight's comprehensive emergency call (eCall) solution to reduce testing time.The Pan-EU eCall regulation, which has been enforced since April 1, 2018, requires rigorous testing of emergency call functionality in all new cars and light vans.
6th March 2019

Protocol analyser accelerates ADAS development

Protocol analyser accelerates ADAS development
A flexible and robust analyser designed to ease troubleshooting and support the development of complex imaging and detection systems for mobile displays and cameras has been launched by Teledyne LeCroy. The Envision X84 analyser supports both MIPI C-PHY/D-PHY and MIPI Camera Serial Interface (CSI-2)/MIPI Display Serial Interface (DSI-2) in a single platform, providing device designers and system integrators more design flexibility, control and expediency.
5th March 2019

Duo collaborate to deliver C-V2X test solution

Duo collaborate to deliver C-V2X test solution
Rohde & Schwarz is collaborating with automotive E/E networking specialist Vector on a state-of-the-art cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) application layer test solution. The companies’ integrated test platform, which will be showcased for the first time at Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona (February 25-28).
18th February 2019


Automotive Ethernet test lab wins Rohde & Schwarz support

Automotive Ethernet test lab wins Rohde & Schwarz support
Test and measurement specialist Rohde & Schwarz has provided an Automotive Ethernet testing solution to the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL). From now on, OEMs, Tier 1s, Tier 2s, and System Integrators can submit their products for compliance test certification via UNH-IOL, the first OPEN Alliance accredited test lab providing test certification for Automotive Ethernet.
15th February 2019

Instrument enables scalability for automotive device test

Instrument enables scalability for automotive device test
Automotive power electronics ICs are complex and have stringent test requirements. Typically this limits how many IC’s can be tested in parallel, and thus inhibits the cost-effectiveness of modern highly parallel manufacturing test strategies. The Diamondx platform, with a range of power and automotive instrumentation featuring SmartMux, breaks this barrier and enables maximum efficiency.
6th February 2019

Vector snaps up TESIS to strengthen test portfolio

Vector snaps up TESIS to strengthen test portfolio
Vector, a specialist in developing and testing software and vehicle electronics has completed a full takeover of Munich-based TESIS which specialises in simulation solutions for virtual road testing – in particular, real time-capable engine and vehicle models.
6th February 2019

Network simulator supports successful eCall test

Network simulator supports successful eCall test
A successful eCall (a built-in emergency call in IVS) sledge Test Demo at the ADAC Technology Centre took advantage of the performance of the Anritsu Network Simulator MD8475A. The instrument is an all-in-one base station simulator supporting LTE, LTE-Advanced, W-CDMA/HSPA/HSPA Evolution/DC-HSDPA, GSM/EGPRS, CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Rev. A. and TD-SCDMA/TD-HSPA.
28th January 2019

Customised starter alternation testing systems

Customised starter alternation testing systems
Specialist in high-performance dynamometer systems, SAKOR Technologies, has announced that it has designed and provided a dynamometer testing system to a major original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for testing starter/alternators for hybrid/electric vehicle (H/EV) applications. 
19th December 2018

C-V2X chipsets validated in record time

Rohde & Schwarz and Autotalks have successfully tested Autotalks’ second generation chipset as the C-V2X UE with the R&S CMW100 communication tester. During the test, multiple test scenarios were verified for transmission and reception of C-V2X direct communications (PC5) based on 3GPP Release 14 using GNSS based synchronisation.
13th December 2018

Solving high-speed automotive testing challenges

Solving high-speed automotive testing challenges
A whitepaper has been published by FLIR Systems that discusses how new Infrared (IR) camera technologies are providing engineers and technicians with the tools they need to address the difficulties of high-speed automotive testing. Traditional forms of temperature measurement such as thermocouples are not practical for systems in motion.
10th December 2018


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