Ethernet is used in automotive networks to enable fast and cost-effective data communications. The automotive industry has specified the OPEN Alliance BroadR-Reach® (OABR) physical layer as the automotive Ethernet communications standard. It runs on standard FlexRay™ cabling and is used for high-speed communications such as audio or video streaming or for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). 100BASE-T1 uses full duplex communications, enabling up to 1Gbit/s to be transferred over one twisted pair. The R&S®RTO oscilloscope together with the R&S®ZND vector network analyzer (VNA) is the ideal solution for 100BASE-T1 compliance testing due to its superior signal fidelity and automated test and reporting execution capability. Download the full application note for more information.