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SVS SDR Verification Suite
SVS is an automated software certification suite which exhaustively tests a Software Defined Radio for compliance with all Software Communications Architecture (SCA) requirements. SVS will be commercially licensed and supported, and will be available internationally in November 2006.
SVS is an automated software certification suite which exhaustively tests a Software Defined Radio for compliance with Software Communications Architecture (SCA) requirements. It provides your SDR under development with reliable independent verification and validation of compliance with the SCA requirements. Based upon the technologies developed for the JTRS programís JTAP test tool (which was developed by Aeronix), the SVS will be available internationally, and will be supported by Aeronix as a commercially-licensed product.
SVS utilizes a familiar, intuitive Graphical User Interface, which is completely configurable by test or SCA requirement for the particular Operating Environment under development. A structured test tree is generated from XML, and is easily extensible for adding SCA Device or Resource tests, as well as any type of user tests. The application provides extensive test log capabilities with selectable log levels.
Scheduled for formal release in fourth quarter 2006, SVS will be available in current SCA-compliant versions, but will also be enhanced to test subsequent commercial and government versions of the SCA. Prices and purchase options will be available soon.
AERONIX SDR EXPERTISE
Aeronix is intimately involved in the evolution of SDR specifications, and plans to provide users with continued up-to-date test tools as these technologies mature. We are an active member of the Software Defined Radio Forum (SDRF), and the Object Management Group (OMG) SWRadio working group.