Efficient Functional Testing of TCUs with a Cellular Network Simulator

Date 24th June 2020
2:00 PM ET
Duration 1 hour
Sponsor Anritsu
Featured Speakers Stephen Bell, Principal Analyst - TU-Automotive, Craig Hendricks, Market Development Manager, Automotive - Anritsu

Efficient Functional Testing of TCUs with a Cellular Network Simulator

Testing of Telematics Control Units (TCUs) is an important step in bringing quality products/services to market. Functional tests are based on tangible issues that have been experienced in the deployment of automotive cellular connectivity and serve to mitigate such problems thus improving quality of service and the customer experience.

This webinar will be a valuable opportunity to learn how to efficiently conduct the most common functional tests for an automotive TCU using a cellular network simulator. Test topics include the following and more for 2G to 5G:

  • IP Data Throughput & Latency
  • Carrier Aggregation / MIMO
  • Handovers/Mobility/Cell Selection/Reselection/Roaming
  • Network Message Reject Testing
  • Application tests using internet-connected test server and real application server
  • SMS/IMS/VoLTE/RTT

Who Should Attend: Engineers, managers, and executives working in the automotive telematics industry (OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers, etc..) and others with a desire to learn about the key functional test areas for Telematics Control Units (TCUs).

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One comment

  1. Avatar Paul Headey 17th June 2020 @ 3:41 pm

    How many measurements are possible from a TCU using a low bandwidth network and how many measurements can you feasibly carry in real time? If you could get 100% of your measurements with 99% accuracy would that be more of an advantage than taking 1% of the available measurements at 100% accuracy?

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