are driving up data rates and Ethernet is the de-facto technology to support automotive communications as they push up to 10 Gbps. However, as data-rates increase, it becomes increasingly important to ensure the quality, performance and interoperability of the cables and components. OPEN Alliance, the global body for automotive Ethernet, specifies the electrical requirements and test procedures through specialist technical committees and ensuring compliance with these standards using appropriate test instruments and fixtures is a critical step that a manufacturer must take before the product is released.
In this webinar, you will learn more about:
- Latest developments in automotive Ethernet
- Updates to OPEN Alliance TC9 & TC15
- In-depth analysis of different MultiGigabit Test Modes
- Automotive Ethernet testing techniques
- Practical demonstration of 10GBASE-T1 PMA compliance testing
Nik Dimitrakopoulos R&S Market Segment Manager
Dr. Nik Dimitrakopoulos is managing the E/E & Infotainment subdivisions at Rohde & Schwarz with a focus on next generation In-vehicle networks. Nik is an active member of the OPEN Alliance group focusing on 1000BASE-T1 and MultiGig Ethernet activities as well as the TG17 work group of ETSI focusing on radio broadcast standards.