Spirent Automotive ComTT

Test & Measurement

First universal tester for in-vehicle communication. Spirent Automotive ComTT is the first universal platform for compliance, performance and CAN testing in a single solution.

It combines several physical layer technologies on the hardware side with industry-proven software tools for comprehensive simulation and emulation of in-vehicle network communication.

The testing challenges of today’s automotive engineering are not limited to specific technologies within modern vehicles, all types of communication paths are used, such as Automotive Ethernet, CAN/CAN-FD or LIN, just to name a few.

It is not only the case that interfaces and communication protocols are combined, there is also the translation from one protocol to another (gateway function) that occurs in many electronic control units (ECUs).

Test ports – 4x 10/100/1000 Mbit/s SFP based Ethernet ports – 16x CAN-FD – 1x Single-Wire CAN – 1x Fault-Tolerance CAN – 2x LIN – Management & power – 5 USB ports – 1 Ethernet port – 1 Display port – Powerinput 6-36 VDC 12 VDC nominal – Storage 250GB SSD

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