QoS Testing for Mobile Networks
This system is used for Quality of Service (QoS) testing of mobile networks all over the world, with different system configurations depending on the location. It is used for preparation and execution of network tests and also serves as a central database of test cases and scenario libraries. The whole system is easily administered via a web interface. Each system is housed in a standard 19" rack and consists of several CompactPCI PlusIO Intel based single-board computers with side cards. Customized versions of a PCI Express Mini Card carrier provide each CPU card with audio signals available at a D-Sub front connector. An integrated router manages communication between the sub-systems, all of which are running Linux from a micro drive.
Standard Components Used in this Example
The F23P is an x86 PC based embedded computer for industrial automation and railway transportation, featuring the 4th generation Haswell Intel Core family up to the i7-4700EQ processor. The SBC is compliant with the PICMG 2.30 standard and as such a perfect migration path from CompactPCI to CompactPCI Serial.
The F26L is an extremely low-power x86 PC based embedded computer for industrial automation and railway transportation, featuring the Intel Goldmont architecture with 2- and 4-core E3930, E3940 and E3950 processors. The SBC is compliant with the PICMG 2.30 standard and as such a perfect migration path from CompactPCI to CompactPCI Serial.