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Solution Puts Bite Into Bluetooth Development

11 December 2001

Da Vinci Communications Test Solution Puts Bite Into Bluetooth Development

Products based on the emerging Bluetooth™ standard for wireless communication could be launched more quickly with a flexible new test solution from Christchurch company Da Vinci Communications (www.davinci-communications.com).

Da Vinci Communications has released a solution that allows Bluetooth developers to test their products in real time over a local area network using the TTCN test notation.

The rigorous tests are measured against the requirements of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). This group develops the preferred specifications for connecting mobile products, and administers a qualification program that ensures interoperability between Bluetooth devices. Verification as specified by the SIG is essential for the release of Bluetooth developments.

A new Bluetooth wireless product is released each day and the standard is tipped to revolutionise the wireless market.

Written in Java™ and completely cross-platform compatible, the Da Vinci Communications’ Leonardo Synergy Solution combines the ROHDE & SCHWARZ PTW60 protocol tester and Da Vinci Communications’ Leonardo Editor Pro into one integrated development environment.

“Telecommunications test engineers and test laboratories using TTCN to test Bluetooth products will be able to test the conformance of their product to the Bluetooth SIG standards more efficiently,” says Da Vinci Communications Commercial Director Kathrin Kiefer. “Our development makes it easier for developers to create products that conform to international standards and get products to market quickly using TTCN, which is proving to be a flexible, consistent standard to measure new products by.”

For more information contact Kathrin Kiefer. Email kathrin.kiefer@davinci-communications.com; phone: +64 3 383 8311; fax: +64 3 3838310.

About Da Vinci Communications

Da Vinci Communications is a leading provider of software testing solutions based on the standardised test notation – TTCN.

Da Vinci Communications products are used to specify automated tests for technologies such as Bluetooth™, 3G, GSM, DECT, INAP, ISDN, TETRA, VoIP and others. The company cooperates with leading test equipment manufacturers worldwide that integrate Da Vinci Communications products into their test solution.

Da Vinci Communications is actively contributing to the development and enhancement of new testing standards and methods and is represented on ETSI's TTCN-3 Special Task Force.

For further information, please visit www.davinci-communications.com.


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