New Test Bench for Vehicle Power Network with Outstanding Accuracy, Resolution and Data Rate

New Test Bench for Vehicle Power Network with Outstanding Accuracy, Resolution and Data Rate.

New test bench for vehicle power network with outstanding accuracy, resolution and data rate allows a high quality and at the same time low cost research on typical test cases and situations that appear in commercial vehicles.

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