5G NR has opened up many verticals enabling all-around user experience expanding into the automotive space. Security, integrity, and latency of messages are critical impacting vehicle telematics and have major implications extending to people safety. Compared to handheld cellular devices which have been a foray of pre-4G enhancements, the RF performance in automotive involves a larger footprint and has to be studied for the system in its entirety. Anritsu's full vehicle RF characterization system with ETS antenna measurement system addresses the customer challenge of measuring antenna pattern and performance over different angles. Verifying performance over different applications like infotainment (Wi-Fi, BT, AM, FM), Cellular V2X/DSRC (cellular-like), Radar, GLONASS, GNSS, GPS, GPRS.
Automotive services operate at specific angular ranges in relation to the vehicle like Mobile Network commu...
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Automotive services operate at specific angular ranges in relation to the vehicle like Mobile Network communication
In testing the cellular capability of Telematic Control Unit (TCU) it is important to test abnormal situations that may arise due to misconfigurations, bad state actors, or the current conditions resu
This application note explains the necessity of inspection testing by RF evaluation of each of the three IEEE 802.11ax-specified frequency bands (2.4, 5, and 6 GHz).
The rollout of 70 GHz–80 GHz 5G systems and the subsequent need for more E-band devices (like radar antennas) has placed greater importance on using VNAs
Manual testing is commonly used to confirm device under test (DUT) functionality, but in terms of scope it is impossible to use this test method to verify all permutations of RF parametric measurement
Automobile equipment is using cellular communications for remote diagnostic monitoring of vehicle subsystems condition, Infotainment systems, and smartphone applications
V2X communications utilize RF (Radio Frequency) technology
Today, vehicles include various complex subsystems that are controlled through a Telematic Control Unit (TCU)
Pre-testing eCall at the TCU module vendor and at the automaker reduces costly delays of failure in the certification testing
Using the New Radio Non-Standalone Architecture (NR NSA) mode, a wider bandwidth can be implemented by aggregating both the LTE and NR carrier waves.
All the wireless standards, including mobile, short-range wireless, and navigation, help to keep the driver connected everywhere
In testing the cellular capability of a Telematic Control Unit (TCU), it is important to test abnormal situations that may happen in the cellular network.
New Radio (NR) with its flexible architecture and capability to provide higher order throughputs with reduced latency enables the vehicles of future to deliver these services.
Delta-L is an algorithm developed by Intel for PCB manufacturers for verifying PCB design. Vector Network Analyzer serves an important requirement for all PCB manufacturers in order to be compliant
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This paper provides a step-by-step guide to perform calibration and measurement to show a “pass” or “fail” result of the device under test.
The rollout of 70 GHz–80 GHz 5G systems and the subsequent need for more E-band devices (like radar sensors) has placed greater importance on using vector network analyzers (VNAs) and their advantages
Using a HIL platform from dSPACE, together with the Anritsu MT8000A base station emulator, it is possible to reduce the risk and lower the cost of ADAS Function Test.
C-V2X enables vehicles to communicate with the world around them to increase safety and make self-driving a realistic possibility.