Cantata is a unit and integration testing tool, enabling developers to verify standard compliant or business critical code on host native and embedded target platforms.
Cantata helps accelerate compliance with the standard’s dynamic testing requirements by automating:
Test framework generation
Test case generation
Results diagnostics and report generation
Cantata is integrated with an extensive set of embedded development toolchains, from compilers to build and requirements management tools. The ECLIPSE® GUI, tight tool integrations and tests written in the source C/C++ code, all make Cantata easy to use.
Flasher ATE is perfectly suited for high volume mass production environments. The modular system uses a communication main board at its heart, that distributes the commands received from an ATE, ICT or a similar automated production handler system to the programming modules. Each programming module can be set up with individual configurations and firmware. The Gang Programmer is capable to program multiple devices in parallel, whether these devices are equal or part of a multi-device system, Flasher ATE can handle all production setups.
MULTI® Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Linux brings the comprehensive debugging capabilities engineers developing embedded Linux software need to dramatically improve their productivity and bring a more reliable product to market faster.
MULTI for Linux enables embedded engineers to now visualize and debug all aspects of an embedded Linux system—including the Linux kernel, kernel threads, interrupt services routines, as well as user mode threads and processes—faster and more easily than ever before.
PicoLog 6 is a complete data acquisition software package. It provides a visual, easy-to-use interface for users to quickly set up simple or complex acquisitions, record, view and analyze data. Features include:
1. Real-time data collection and display
2. Visual logger and channel setup for easy configuration and viewing
3. Virtually unlimited logging capacity to PC
4. Robust database format minimizes data loss and corruption
5. Simple and complex programmable alarms
6. Channels can be scaled using lookup table or equation
7. Up to 4 independent graph axes
8. Data can be exported as CSV, clipboard image and PDF
9. Supports multiple different PicoLog data loggers on the same PC
At ESC Boston, April 18-19, Pico Technology will have our full range of PicoScope PC based oscilloscopes, including the 3000 and 6000 Series deep memory models, 4444 high resolution differential-input oscilloscope and a 4824 8-channel model.
We will also be showing the PicoVNA 106 6GHz Vector Network Analyzer. The PicoVNA 106 is a professional USB-controlled, laboratory grade vector network instrument of unprecedented performance, portability and value for money.
We'll be making S Parameter measurements on a variety of passive and active RF components using the PicoVNA 106 and showing how to calibrate the unit with Pico SOLT (short, open, load and thru), 4-piece, 5-port low-cost calibration kits.
R&S®RTO2000 oscilloscopes combine excellent signal fidelity, up to 16-bit vertical resolution and high acquisition rate in a compact device format in the 600 MHz to 6 GHz class. They offer a fully integrated multi-domain test solution with frequency, protocol and logic analysis functions. The brilliant touchscreen makes the oscilloscopes very comfortable to use.
• 600 MHz to 6 GHz bandwidths
• 2 or 4 channels
• Up to 16-bit vertical resolution
• 1.000.000 waveforms/s
• Up to 20 Gsample/s
• MSO: Optional, also as retrofit
• Engineered for multi-domain challenges
solidThinking Embed is a visual environment for model based development of embedded systems. Its highly efficient diagram-to-code capability shortens the development time and increases product quality.
With Embed, you can quickly develop virtual prototypes of any dynamic system. Models are built by simply sliding blocks into the work area and wiring them together with the mouse.
Embed automatically converts the control diagrams into C-code ready to be downloaded to the target hardware. The generated C-code is recognized for its efficiency with respect to memory requirements and runtime.