FlexRay interface testing

  • 08-Dec-2011 03:33 EST
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R&S RTO oscilloscopes from Rohde & Schwarz have a new option that offers all the features needed for fast and reliable FlexRay debugging. With the R&S RTO-K4, the company has added to its product portfolio a trigger and decoding option. By triggering on FlexRay-specific protocol data, it's much easier to test for errors before the interface is put into operation. The acquired waveforms are then decoded into easily readable protocol content. The hardware-based trigger system provides high acquisition rates to ensure fast debugging. A range of protocol-specific trigger conditions allows for highly flexible testing and debugging approaches.

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