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February 10, 2020 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Automotive Ethernet test system automates testing
With the Automotive Ethernet Tester AET, Ruetz System Solutions is introducing a highly automated test system for switching tests in accordance with the Open Alliance TC-8 specification. The system is also suitable for AVB/TSN tests at component level.

The AET automatically saves the recorded data in a predefined folder structure. In addition, the test system provides an infrastructure for the complete recording of sent and received data. For analysis, the manufacturer provides an additional AET analyzer tool. It accesses the file structure and generates a result log from the recorded data. By separating the test and analysis system, both systems can be used productively and efficiently at the same time.

The Automotive Ethernet Tester consists of a 19-inch track with control and analysis software. A PC control unit controls 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.

More information: https://www.ruetz-system-solutions.com/

Open Alliance: https://www.opensig.org/tech-committees/tc8/

 


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