Connected-car test solution

  • 12-Aug-2016 04:26 EDT
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Anritsu Co. (Richardson, TX) introduces Cellular Module Test Application (CMTA) software for its Signaling Testers MD8475A/B, which provides test cases to simplify testing chipsets and automotive-related telematics modules used in connected car designs and implementation. Integrating the new CMTA test package with the MD8475A/B through Anritsu’s SmartStudio GUI allows automotive manufacturers and suppliers to verify operation in various carrier environments more efficiently to lower the cost of test and decrease time to market, claims Anritsu. CMTA provides a set of semi-automated test scenarios via SmartStudio for testing and debugging automotive-use cases more efficiently by replicating real-world scenarios as a replacement to conducting expensive, time-consuming drive tests. For more information, visit www.anritsu.com.

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