CL Development Line
  • CL Development Line
  • CL Development Line
COMPRION

CL Development Line

CL Development Line supports your NFC product development from the beginning.

The CL Development Line is a new cost-effective product line for NFC development testing that identifies error causes in NFC communication at an early stage. Especially during the integration of NFC chips and antennas, surrounding materials interfere with the NFC field and cause performance problems.

CL Development Line is a modular system consisting of different hardware and software components as well as unique antennas and accessories that can be configured to match your particular test case.

Kathleen Knievel

Kathleen Knievel
Corporate Marketing Manager
Paderborn, Germany

Product Category

Technologies

Application Fields

Sales Region

Key Facts

  • Design Validation: 2D/3D visualization of magnetic fields and reader sensitivity measurements
  • Interoperability Testing: Recording and analysis of analog & digital data
  • Functional Testing: APIs to write customized NFC tests and prove functionality
  • (Pre-)Conformance Testing: NFC Forum/EMVCo-compliant test benches and interface for robot integration

Applications

  • NFC chip development
  • Integration of NFC modules (e.g. into cars)
  • Preparation for NFC Forum/EMVCo certification
  • Interoperability testing
  • Setting up individual NFC tests

COMPRION is your partner for your NFC development from the start:

  • Design Validation – Visualizing the NFC field & optimizing NFC device design
  • Functional Testing – APIs to write individual NFC test cases
  • (Pre-)conformance testing – EMVCo and NFC Forum compliant test benches
  • Interoperability & Field Testing – Analyzing errors on the contactless interface
  • Consulting & Test Services – Advice for NFC technology, our tools and certification. Test logs interpretation. Testing for you
Product News

Comprion PCD Analog Test Solution Qualified for EMVCo 3.0

Shortest test execution times plus the reuse for EMVCo, NFC Forum and ISO testing set this solution apart Test tool provider Comprion is proud to announce that their EMVCo conformance test system for contactless POS terminals has received the Letter of Qualification for the new EMVCo version 3.0. What is EMVCo 3.0? More and more mobile phones and wearables are used for mobile payments. To adapt the testing equipment to the new payment situations, EMVCo demands new hardware and new test procedures, for instance, the use of three PICC reference antennas instead of one. “In the end, all contactless payment options – card, smartphone, or wearable – must be globally reliable”, Jahnich clarifies. EMVCo 3.0 will be introduced in test labs in Q4 2018 and becomes mandatory in 2019.

Product News

How to Switch to eSIM Successfully!

COMPRION is launching a new test system that eases the introduction of eSIM and RSP technology for enterprises Many MNOs believe that in three to five years there will be hardly any devices holding traditional SIMs. To smoothen the switch to eSIM and the appertaining mechanisms, COMPRION has developed a new test system that is available at once. Using the new RSP Consumer Devices Platform, service providers, network operators, and manufacturers of servers, consumer devices, and eUICCs can test their real components against a simulated, GSMA-conforming system and thus make sure that remote SIM provisioning (RSP) works without hiccups.

Product News

Comprion Launches First Test eUICC for Consumer Device and RSP Testing

The new Comprion Consumer Device Test eUICC enables mobile phone manufacturers, network operators, and infrastructure suppliers to examine the interaction between the involved components during product development and integration. It can also be used for validating consumer devices according to the respective standards.

Solution News

How to Trigger on NFC Commands and Measure Timings

The Challenge: Often the biggest challenge when you analyze near field communication is establishing proper trigger conditions that provide a stable display of waveforms. With conventional oscilloscopes, this means “hit or miss”, because you simply use the default edge trigger until you see what you’re looking for. In most cases, this time-consuming method unfortunately misses the relevant phase of the communication…

Product News

Validated Comprion RSP Test Benches Support GSMA SGP.24 RSP

The newly published GSMA SGP.24 RSP Compliance Process V2.0 now requires functional testing by industry certification schemes GCF, PTCRB, and GlobalPlatform. These certifications schemes are referencing validated Comprion RSP test benches for conformance testing. Comprion were the first to offer validated tests for the industry.

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