Autotalks and Anritsu partner on cellular-V2X testing solution

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Anritsu has announced that V2X (vehicle-to-everything) communication solutions specialist Autotalks has endorsed its RF calibration and validation test based on Anritsu’s universal wireless test set MT8870A. The MT8870A series is an integrated multi-radio non-signaling test system that supports high-speed TRX parametric testing.

“This joint achievement is the result of a long-standing working relationship with Autotalks to drive cellular-V2X commercialization across the device ecosystem. Autotalks chipsets and software, combined with MT8870A RF test solutions, will result in one of the industry’s shortest test times with multi-device test method and offer an attractive total cost of ownership proposition to a highly competitive market,” said Shinya Ajiro, general manager of the mobile solutions division at Anritsu.

The test solution covers all Autotalks cellular-V2X chipsets designed for advanced safety use cases. The long-established measurement methodologies employed by Anritsu’s MT8870A series enable users to cover all wireless technologies required for autonomous driving systems and minimize overall test cost from early development through to mass production.

Autotalks’ VP of marketing and business development APAC, Ram Shallom, commented, “Bringing a safety technology to mass market requires a rigorous yet streamlined testing solution. We are happy to collaborate with Anritsu on bringing such a solution to the C-V2X industry, helping our customers and partners to ramp-up their manufacturing lines towards mass-production of the technology.”

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