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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 20)
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A General Method for Module Automatic Testing in Avionics Systems

Li Ma, 1Xiubin Zhang, Ke Wang and Tao Xu
Corresponding Author:  Ke Wang 

Key words:  ARINC429 bus, ATE, avionics systems, Lab VIEW, performance testing of modules, virtual instruments,
Vol. 5 , (20): 4796-4804
Submitted Accepted Published
June 19, 2012 July 23, 2012 May 15, 2013
Abstract:

The traditional Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) systems are insufficient to cope with the challenges of testing more and more complex avionics systems. In this study, we propose a general method for module automatic testing in the avionics test platform based on PXI bus. We apply virtual instrument technology to realize the automatic testing and the fault reporting of signal performance. Taking the avionics bus ARINC429 as an example, we introduce the architecture of automatic test system as well as the implementation of algorithms in Lab VIEW. The comprehensive experiments show the proposed method can effectively accomplish the automatic testing and fault reporting of signal performance. It greatly improves the generality and reliability of ATE in avionics systems.
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Li Ma, 1Xiubin Zhang, Ke Wang and Tao Xu, 2013. A General Method for Module Automatic Testing in Avionics Systems.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(20): 4796-4804.
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