Vector adds MultiGBASE-T1 physical layer modules
Vector now supports the IEEE standards for Automotive Ethernet 2.5GBASE-T1, 5GBASE-T1 and 10GBASE-T1 in its Automotive Ethernet interfaces.
Developers can configure the Vector VN5650 and VN5240 Ethernet interfaces directly or simply extend their interfaces to MultiGBASE-T1 via new physical layer modules, supporting simulation, analysis and tests for multi-gigabit applications.
A suitable physical layer module (VNmodule60) for the two Vector interfaces VN5650 and VN5240 provides users with MultiGBASE-T1 support.
- Vector offers automotive Ethernet interfaces for 10BASE-T1S
- Vector adds software-on-the-loop test to debugger .
The physical layer module for MultiGBASE-T1 completes the flexible support of all relevant Automotive Ethernet physical layer standards from 10BASE-T1S to 100BASE-T1 and 1000BASE-T1. The modular design of the Vector interfaces VN5650 and VN5240 offers a flexible combination of all these standards.
The MultiGBASE-T1 ports are freely configurable in the speeds 2.5GBASE-T1, 5GBASE-T1 and 10GBASE-T1. Thanks to the switches and TAPs available in the interface, the ports can be flexibly combined with other Ethernet standards. This enables simple media conversion from standard Ethernet to MultiGBASE-T1.
The Ethernet uplinks with 10GBASE-T or USB3.0 already available on the VN5650 interface connect the Vector tools to the MultiGBASE-T1 network.
The VN5650 interface will support MACsec and OPEN Alliance TC10 (Wake/Sleep) for data streams in the multi-gigabit range via a software update in the future.