Real-world interference impairment solution for connected car developers

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Spirent Communications has introduced a new solution to reduce the time and cost needed to develop automotive Ethernet BroadR-Reach systems for connected cars and other vehicles.

The Spirent AING-5000 reduces the time to develop systems that are resilient to interference, by creating and customizing a variety of real automotive noise conditions, which developers can use repeatedly to optimize their designs.

The AING-5000 creates continuous background noise, electromechanical switching-impulsive events, and other radio-frequency interference. These noise conditions/types are problematic and testing ECUs against these real world conditions has become a necessity for systems development. It can also be very costly and time consuming if a physical EMC chamber is the only verification tool available.

The Spirent AING-5000 comes pre-packaged with a set of baseline real-world measured noise events specifically designed to test automotive BroadR-Reach Ethernet. These can also be adjusted by the user to create specific interference signals. It also offers a high impedance unit for injecting noise into two-wire automotive cabling.

May 12, 2016

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John joined UKi Media & Events in 2012 and has worked across a range of B2B titles within the company's automotive, marine and entertainment divisions. Currently editor of Automotive Testing Technology International, Crash Test Technology International and Electric & Hybrid Marine Technology International, John co-ordinates the day-the-day operations of each magazine, from commissioning and writing to editing and signing-off, as well managing web content. Aside from the magazines, John also serves as co-chairman of the annual Electric & Hybrid Marine Awards and can be found sniffing out stories throughout the halls of several of UKI's industry-leading expo events.

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