Testing for the vehicles of today and tomorrow
Today’s automobiles feature more sophisticated and sensitive electronic components and systems than ever. These advances have resulted in much safer, more efficient, and more connected vehicles. They have also created new challenges for testing and verification like:
- Debugging and verifying CAN FD, CAN, LIN, FlexRay, BroadR-Reach and MOST networks
- High power testing for hybrid/electric vehicles
- Verifying in-car wireless systems
- Evaluating new components, such as MEMS sensors, LED drivers, and LEDs
- EMI troubleshooting and testing
Your roadmap for reliable, efficient, and comprehensive automotive testing starts here.
MDO4000 Series Oscilloscopes
MDO3000 Series Oscilloscopes
MSO/DPO5000 Series Oscilloscopes
Source Measure Units (SMU)
USB Spectrum Analyzers
|Physical Layer Compliance Testing for 100BASE-TX|
This application note describes various physical layer tests including amplitude domain, return loss, jitter and duty cycle-distortion and compliance testing using TDSET3 software.
|High Amplitude Arbitrary/Function Generator Simplifies Measurement in Automotive, Semiconductor, Scientific and Industrial Applications |
This application note describes the conventional approach of generating high amplitude signals with an external amplifier. It then discusses typical applications and shows the benefits of using a novel arbitrary/function generator with integrated high amplitude stage. Applications described in this note include measuring the timing and switching characteristics of power semiconductors for automotive applications and the characterization of amplifiers for gas chromatography detectors.
|Debugging CAN, LIN and FlexRay Automotive Buses with an Oscilloscope|
Explains the physical layer basics of CAN, LIN, and FlexRay serial buses to troubleshoot bus problems or system issues. Learn how to use automated decoding, triggering, and search on an oscilloscope equipped with automotive bus analysis capability.
|Fundamentals of Signal Integrity Primer|
This primer is to provide some insight into signal integrity-related problems in digital systems, and to describe their causes, characteristics, effects and solutions.
|Debugging Serial Buses in Embedded System Designs|
Learn the basics of the hardware protocols of the most common serial buses. Find out how to use the protocol trigger, decode and search capabilities of oscilloscopes to solve serial bus integration and debug challenges.
|Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems and Remote/Passive Keyless Entry|
This application note will discuss the test solution of typical RF automotive applications: tire pressure monitoring system, remote keyless entry, passive keyless entry, and remote start.
|Automotive EMI/EMC Pre-compliance Tests|
This application note provides an overview of measurement regulations and EMI pre-compliance procedures. Test setups for both radiated and conducted emissions are shown using the Tektronix RSA306B with EMCVu software.
|Using the Arbitrary Waveform Capabilities of the Series 2600B and Series 2650A System SourceMeter SMU Instruments to Perform Ford EMC Power Cycling Testing|
Learn how to use a Source Measure Unit (SMU) with high-current arbitrary waveform capability for automotive power cycling testing. This app note describes a detailed procedure for performing Ford EMC-CS-2009.1 CI 230 Power Cycling Testing using the Keithley Series 2600B or Series 2650A System SourceMeter SMU instruments.
|FMCW Radar Analysis and Signal Simulation|
The move to the new 76-81 GHz band provides many improvements. View this webinar to learn more about the test challenges.
|Meeting Test Demands of Automotive LiDAR and Radar|
Understanding real-world operating environments around the vehicle becomes critical to delivering automotive solutions that enable better and safer decisions. Creating accurate and reliable tests to prove safety under a variety of test conditions is key. Watch this webinar to learn more.
|MOST Essentials – Electrical Compliance and Debug Test Solution for MOST50 and MOST150 (MOI)|
This document provides the Methods of Implementation for making MOST measurements with Tektronix oscilloscopes enabled with option DJA, option MOST.