VTI's signal switching solutions have revolutionized the automated signal switching marketplace by providing a level of modularity, density, and performance that continues to be unparalleled in the industry.
Accurate Data Demands Precision Switching
Signal switching is at the heart of every automated test system. It is responsible
for routing signals of interest between test system instruments and the device under
test. The purpose of the testing is to improve product quality. Since switching
is effectively an extension of the test instrument, it should be transparent to
the overall system.
Switch Systems That Lack Signal Transparency Destroy Signal Integrity
The Signal Switching Leader for 20 years
Our switches are used in testing the most complex products in the world including
avionics, missiles, transportation electronics, engines, launch vehicles and radars.
VTI switching products employ extensive signal shielding and high-quality relays
to ensure that the test system is ‘minimally aware’ of the switch’s presence.
We offer signal switching solutions for:
Open Architecture Solutions – The Freedom to Choose
- High Fidelity Analog
All of VTI’s signal switching solutions are based on industry standard platforms
that have a history of long-term viability. Our SMIPII
series of VXI-based
products set the standard for the military and aerospace community where high-channel
count, high-mix requirements are the norm. Reliability, functionality, and ease
of use have resulted in successes with programs such as the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
LM-STAR, the Navy's RT-CASS, US Air Force VDATS and ADTS (B1B) test stations. Our
ruggedized SVM series of VME-based switch modules are ideal for flightline testing
and any other harsh environment. The EX1200 LXI Class A product line is a scalable
architecture that provides the granularity to address small-large channel count
Ethernet/LXI-based Switching and I/O
RF/Microwave Interface Units
High-Density Switch/Measure and Control Subsystem
VME based Switching
High Density Switch/Measure and Control Systems.