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Automotive Ethernet Tester for Highly-automated Testing
Universal Test System by RUETZ SYSTEM SOLUTIONS for TC8 Switching and AVB/TSN Standards
Universal, Highly-automated, Comprehensive
The test cases are script-based and parameterized prior to a test run via a single configuration file that contains all relevant properties of the device under test (DUT). The DUT and the test cases can be simply configured via easy-to-understand application interfaces. Users can easily select the individual test cases from a constantly growing database and assemble them into a new test run by drag-and-drop. The AET automatically saves the recorded data in a predefined folder structure. In addition, the test system includes an infrastructure for the complete recording of sent and received data. RUETZ SYSTEM SOLUTIONS provides an additional AET analyzer tool for analysis. It accesses the file structure and generates a result log from the recorded data. By separating the test and analysis systems, both systems can be used productively and efficiently in parallel.
The Automotive Ethernet Tester consists of a 19-inch test rack with control and analysis software. A PC control unit regulates the test system. Depending on the implementation, the test platform can contain up to 15 Ethernet ports (100BASE-T1, 1000BASE-T1), each of which can simulate and evaluate specific test scenarios. The test platform provides a display and PPS output for precise evaluation of the gPTP synchronization, as well as a display for the port status. It also controls the power supply for the DUT.
RUETZ SYSTEM SOLUTIONS will present the Automotive Ethernet Tester for the first time at booth 3C at the Automotive Ethernet Congress from February 12 to 13, 2020 in Munich, Germany. In his presentation, "AVB/TSN Testing Strategy from Semiconductor up to ECU and System Level,” on 13 February at 10:00 a.m., Martin Heinzinger from RUETZ SYSTEM SOLUTIONS will explain another test system.
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