Improvements to the BERT’s API installation support to ensure the required FSBERTPATH
environment variable is automatically, and unconditionally, updated as and when needed.
Support for the FarSync K2Ee added
Speeds of up to 16Mps now supported on both USB (using the FarSync Flex) and PCIe (using FarSync K2Ee)
Updated installation support to now use Windows Installer for both drivers and BERT components
Major improvements to the handling of customer specified test patterns including: user patterns up to 64Mb, no byte alignment requirement for test patterns, improved performance in the handling of larger patterns
More sample applications for using the BERT API, they now include apps written in: Python, C# and VBS as well as LabVIEW
Improved handling of multiple instances of FarSync BERT (for multiple lines in test) when using the BERT GUI or BERT API
Support added for the control of DTR and RTS signals on test commencement and the toggling of these lines during a test. Control is also available through the BERT API
Improved accuracy of PRBS error count rates and fast error rate reporting
Correction to the test length used when the LENGTH value is configured in the range 10^4..10^8
Increased resolution in BertClient’s command line output – now in E notation
Support for time-limited tests of more than 504 seconds
Support added for the handling of custom clocking rates
Fixed focus switching between windows in Windows 10
Enabled multiple properties to be set via the BERT_API after the test has been started
Improved synchronisation support at speeds lower than 4800 baud when hardware mode is selected
Increased validation of user inputs when using the GUI
Resolved Plug and Play issue when FarSync BERT is running as a multidrop slave device
Fixed an issue with RS485 multidrop specific synchronisation support
Now allows user pattern filenames with spaces in the name and/or path
Enable ERR injection support in FarSync BERT HS Tester-USB in LOS state – previously synchronisation was required
Ensure LOS Rate is reset to 0 when synchronisation is made
Updates to the driver to provide compatibility with the FarSync Flex V3
fsbert install package has been signed
BertClient in the LabVIEW folder updated
fsbertif.dll has been enhanced to detect more reliably the end of a test
firmware update to correct an issue of false reporting the LOS signal under some test conditions
added firmware support for native clock rates 200Khz and 10.71Mhz
Support for the use of User Test Patterns
Support for testing devices/cabling on Multi-Drop networks
Support for testing Round Trip Delays
Support for bi-directional clocking
Support for hardware-based BERT operation.
Support for line rates up to 16Mbps.
Support for both 32 and 64-bit LabVIEW.
Add global reset to defaults menu option.
Rationalisation of UI with respect to colours and error/information dialogs.
A range of performance enhancements.
Terminal Timing support for V.35.
NRZI Clocking is supported when using a Flex V2 device.
4-wire, point-to-point RS485 operation corrected.
Corrected persistently starting/stopping a test causing the port to be unavailable for a short periods.
PCIe version now in addition to the USB version.
Manchester and Conditioned Di-phase encoding is now supported.
Terminal Timing is now supported.
4-wire, point-to-point RS485 is now supported.
Data Inversion supported.
Support for all patterns in all Async data formats (e.g. character lengths).
Native configuration support for all port properties directly from the BERT GUI.
Audible alerts have been introduced.
Line errors (FRAMING, PARITY) are now reported.
The LabView API has been extended to include all options now available in both GUI and script mode.