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Automotive Testing Expo 2016

Automotive test solutions for CAN FD

Keysight (Germany) demonstrates more than 50 test solutions at the Automotive Testing Expo 2016 in the US. These include automotive network bus testing solutions for triggering and analysis of CAN and CAN FD.

Keysight’s Infinii Vision 4000 X-Series (Photo: Keysight)

Keysight Technologies has announced it will demonstrate more than 50 of its latest design and test solutions at the Automotive Testing Expo in Michigan (US) from October 25 to 27. According to the company, these solutions allow engineers to accomplish safety and performance of their automotive electronic components and modules across various technology domains including wireless, millimeter wave, high-speed digital, power, and energy.

Besides others, Keysight will demonstrate automotive network bus testing solutions for the fastest triggering and analysis of CAN, CAN FD, CXPI, BroadR-Reach automotive Ethernet, Flexray, SPI, and LIN protocols. Automotive power analysis solutions for AC/DC power supply and electronic load efficiencies for vehicular electromechanical systems and EV/HEV will also be presented, as well as automotive power device test solutions.

The company will showcase three of its automotive test solutions. This includes the E8707A radar target simulator solution, aimed at helping developers of advanced driver assistance systems; the E6950A eCall conformance test solution for both functional and standard-compliance conformance eCall test; and the U9403A mini in-circuit test, which maximizes customers’ test coverage by combining functional test with in-circuit. Keysight will also have a drawing in its booth for a free MSOX3054T 500 MHz mixed signal oscilloscope with an application bundle for the CAN FD-based Infinii Vision 3000T X-Series oscilloscopes, as well as a U5855A True IR thermal imager, and a U1282A handheld digital multimeter.

“Keysight is excited to meet today’s leading automotive and energy industry players at the Automotive Testing Expo to address the various design and test challenges and assist in moving forward the future of autonomous driving and more energy efficient cars,” said Siegfried Gross, vice president and general manager of Keysight’s Automotive and Energy Solutions business unit. “Our technical experts will host a wide range of demos for latest automotive design and test solutions which help customers solve their complex test challenges to make our world safer, greener and more convenient.”


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