Simulate 5G TCU Drive Test using HILS with Anritsu MT8000A

August 10, 2022

Testing sensors and ADAS functions in the real world can be unreliable and expensive. Simulating various drive scenarios with vehicles is time-consuming, resource intensive, and inconsistent. This combination does not provide repeatable and reliable simulated road test data for ADAS functional performance evaluation. Hardware in the Loop (HIL) based system simulations, on the other hand, are heavily used to simulate and control vehicle hardware components (e.g., the power train) and their operation in various simulated conditions to quickly gauge required performance. 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.

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