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Spirent Communications and Anritsu, two prominent players in the telecommunications and testing industry, have recently announced a strategic partnership aimed at addressing the distinct testing needs associated with cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) and autonomous driving technologies. This collaborative effort seeks to establish a comprehensive C-V2X and automotive 5G testing portfolio, providing a unified framework to efficiently verify designs incorporating autonomous driving technologies.

The partnership leverages the automotive testing expertise of both companies, offering the connected vehicle ecosystem access to an extensive portfolio of solutions. The primary goal is to streamline testing processes, reduce setup and training costs, and effectively support future 5G developments. Aniket Khosla, VP of cloud and IP product management at Spirent, expressed the company’s commitment to setting new standards in automotive and connected vehicle testing by providing customers with a unified source for powerful test solutions.

The collaboration between Anritsu and Spirent is poised to address the challenges arising from the rapidly evolving autonomous driving landscape, contributing to the industry’s advancement with confidence. Robert Johnson, VP and GM of Anritsu emphasized the shared commitment of both companies to support the innovation of connected vehicles. He stated that the collaboration aims to offer complete solutions for advanced use cases, including automated driving, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), LTE-V2X (PC5), and vehicle-to-network communication (V2N), thereby contributing to the development of a safe mobility society.

Spirent’s C-V2X test solution boasts comprehensive AD/V2X testing capabilities, covering conformance, application, and performance assessments for C-V2X devices in real-world scenarios. The solution also provides an option to incorporate Spirent’s leading multi-GNSS, multi-frequency simulation capabilities. Notably, it ensures compatibility with regional intelligent transportation systems (ITS) protocols in the USA, EU, and China and includes eight transceivers to effectively emulate congestion scenarios.

On the other hand, Anritsu’s V2N solution utilizes a 5G Uu interface, offering full-layer tests with capabilities such as RF parametric assessments, antenna over-the-air (OTA) performance evaluations, protocol verification, and functional key performance indicators (KPIs). This solution enables end-to-end (E2E) connectivity to emulate V2N and V2N2V use cases for leading 5G in-vehicle services supporting 3GPP release 16/17 features. Moreover, it models specific network behaviors, including negative scenarios that replicate real-world field conditions.

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