Aukua's MGA2510 is the first and only traffic generator to support Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) or IEEE 802.3az operation!

It is now possible to validate EEE operations, characterize latency and throughput performance and inject impairments for negative and functional testing all directly over a EEE enabled link.

This new feature is supported for 1000BASE-T, 2.5GBASE-T, 5GBASE-T and 10GBASE-T. 

Sanjole’s WaveJudge 5000 Wireless Test Solution is helping pave the way for smarter and more automated cars in the near future.

The WaveJudge 5000 was used to test Cellular V2X (C-V2X) in a C-V2X commercial solution – supporting the latest C-V2X Direct Communications standard based on 3GPP Release 14. This marks an major milestone for the future of C-V2X testing, an important technology enabler for enhanced road safety and future autonomous cars. It is also establishing the foundation for 5G V2X that will bring even more advanced capabilities.

Cellular V2X leverages existing LTE networks for V2X network communications, offering additional applications and services when optimized for C-V2X.

FSTC expands it's portfolio by Prisma's EmergencyNET.

EmergencyNET constitutes a complete mobile network able to manage voice, SMSs and data connections even in case of standard networks breakdown.
Using EmergencyNET, the rescuers can communicate with any mobile device by establishing voice calls and by sending and receiving SMSs.

The temporary emergency network can act as a Voice Responder which can intercept any call from any victim, giving help and providing more info on emergency management such as “send an SMS with your name, current location, number of people involved to 133, will call-you back to manage your rescue”.

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At the 2015 Car2Car Forum in Mainz Niels Peter Skov Andersen, General Manager of the Car2Car Communication Consortium, announced that the Consortium members have agreed to delay the deployment of ITS-G5 communication in Europe to 2019.

Qosmotec showed a method for validating the channel models that are applied in QPER for signal propagation by comparison with measurements on the road. 

It had something of a premiere: For the first time Qosmotec officially showcased its test bench setup for Car-to-X communication testing.

At the 8th Car2Car Forum at Stadthalle Braunschweig FSTC together with Qosmotec had built up a 5-port QPER system with two IEEE 802.11p capable radio modules.
The demonstration attracted many of the 250 congress participants, who appreciated to see a complete example for a hardware-in-the-loop test benches on our booth.

Read more >> Successful debut for Car-to-X test systems

Qosmotec has invented the Network in a Box – a combination of a freely configurable mobile network and a handover emulator for Virtual Network Enablers and Operators.

These Virtual Network Enabler and Operators need to verify their services in various networks. It gets really tedious, when the tests have to involve international roaming from one country to another.

Read More >> Lab Testing Without Owning a Test Network