Impairment noise generator

  • 04-Mar-2016 04:23 EST
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A solution from Spirent Communications will help reduce the development time and cost of automotive Ethernet/BroadR-Reach (BRR) systems. The AING-5000 automotive impairment noise generator reduces the cost of development by simulating noise and removing the need for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) physical chamber testing by up to 80%. New BRR electronic control units (ECUs) require physical EMC chamber testing, and typically manufacturers are testing these ECUs up to 25 times over a three-year development cycle. This is expensive, and an EMC chamber can be difficult to schedule for testing time. The AING-5000 can perform advanced modeling of a diverse range of scenarios, such as starter motor on/off or electromechanical switch on/off settings. Also available are pre-recorded noises and user-selectable parameters such as duration, burst, spacing, and power. Users can also create customizable noise libraries, and the system can be programmed to offer automated testing. For more information, visit Booth 814 at SAE 2016 World Congress or www.spirent.com/Automotive.

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