AVB Endpoint Simulation

Automotive-specific AVB Tests for Single ECU and System Integration Testing

AVB endpoint simulation visualizes specific AVB behavior, emulates specific error patterns, and verifies time behavior. In addition, it can be used to validate switch semiconductors and switch ECUs in order to, for example, exactly measure the accuracy of the time synchronization.

Test Labs: AVB Endpoint Simulation

Basic Functions

  • IEEE 802.1AS (gPTP)
  • IEEE 802.1BA (AVB systems)
  • IEEE 802.1Qat (MRP/MSRP/MVRP)
  • IEEE 802.1Qav (FQTSS)
  • IEEE 1722 (AVTP und MAAP)
  • IEEE 1722.1 (AVDECC)

Advanced Functions

  • Compensation for onboard delays (Phy + Chip + Board)
  • 100BASE-TX or optional 100BASE-T1 (BroadR-Reach) port
  • Simulation of automotive AVB device with induced failure behavior
  • Simulation of 1-step or 2-step clock behavior
  • Support of BMCA or static gPTP grandmaster/gPTP slave
  • Customized adjustment of protocol parameters
  • Logging of timestamps for master and slave operation
  • Output for PPS signals and customized trigger signals


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