Confident TCU Connectivity through Efficient Functional Testing
3/18/2021 , 2pm EST , 60 minutes
Consumer demand for enhanced vehicle features continues to increase as technology evolves. The testing of Telematics Control Units (TCUs) is critical to ensuring the performance of automotive cellular connectivity under differing scenarios as well as bringing quality products/services to market that meet customer expectations. These important tests can be conducted efficiently, providing confidence in test results and product performance.
This 60-minute webinar examines how to efficiently conduct the most common functional tests for an automotive TCU, using an Anritsu MT8000A 5G and/or an MD8475B 2G/3G/4G cellular network simulator.
What you will learn:
IP Data Throughput
- Carrier Aggregation / MIMO
- Application tests using internet-connected test server and real application server
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 TCUs.
Craig Hendricks, Market Development Manager, Automotive, Anritsu
Craig Hendricks is a Market Development Manager for Automotive, as well as other market areas, at Anritsu. A technology expert, he has 37 years of engineering experience in test and measurement with 31 of those years focused on wireless communications. Craig joined the company in 1992. Throughout his career, he has held various technical roles in field applications engineering and engineering management, as well as business development roles. Craig holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Missouri at Rolla (now Missouri School of Science and Technology).