Averna announces new release for Jupiter 310 Design Verification System
Averna now integrates DOCSIS 3.1 Acceptance Test Plan for the PHYs Test Cases into the Jupiter 310.
MONTREAL, Canada—Averna, a Test & Quality Solutions provider, announced Wednesday a new release for the Jupiter 310 Design Verification System.
Averna’s Jupiter 310 Design Verification System is the industry standard for automated DOCSIS3.1 physical (PHY) layer pre-certification testing. It provides the most comprehensive test coverage with accurate results on the market for DOCSIS 3.1 devices—it is the only solution offering 100% coverage for all ATP-PHYs with mixed-mode test points.
“With this release, we are now covering all PHYs Test Cases, including PHY-31 and PHY-39, which makes our Jupiter 310 the most complete automated test and certification solution for DOCSIS3.1 in the industry," said Jean-Lévy Beaudoin, Averna's vice president of platforms and innovation.
Also, the addition of the stand-by mode—besides multi-functional dashboard—turns Jupiter 310 into a powerful troubleshooting tool, which can assist CM design test engineers to quickly validate their device and better understand the nature of failures.” says Jean-Lévy Beaudoin, VP of Platforms and Innovation.
The Jupiter 310 includes a vector signal generator (VSG) to generate impairments and a multi-functional dashboard consisting of vector signal analyzer (VSA), MIB browser and RF interface unit control, making cable modem (CM) debugging easier.
Jupiter 310 – Release 2.0.0 New Features
- New procedure and feature:
- PHY-39 P2.1: Upstream – Cable Modem Timing and Synchronization (Timing stability)
- Stand-by mode
- All master test plans are now updated based on CM-TP-PHYv3.1-ATP-I01-181218
- Includes fixes to bugs reported in previous releases
Pricing and Availability: The new Jupiter 310 release is available at no cost to customers with a valid Jupiter 310 maintenance and support agreement. Contact Averna Customer Support for details.