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New training course: Conformance testing with BTT

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BroadBit launches new training course from end of 2009 focusing conformance testing with ASN.1 and TTCN technologies – including BroadBit Test Tool!

‘TTCN Conformance Testing with the BroadBit Test Tool (as a free TTCN compiler and testbed environment)’ training course explains how to set up and execute conformance testing of systems and applications through a standardized test methodology.

Students learn how to write TTCN test modules and how to set up the testing environment with the provided TTCN testing tool. The linking of abstract test suite to physical communications ports is explained in detail, as well as the practice of creating customized port handlers. In the hands-on part students practice comprehensive testing of a prepared course-specific application server.

See here the detailed course catalogue, or ‘TTCN Conformance Testing with the BroadBit Test Tool’ directly.

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November 1st, 2009 at 2:13 pm

BroadBit Test Tool released

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BTT - BroadBit Test ToolBroadBit offers the power and efficiency of TTCN testing for the IT and Telecom industry! Release 1 of BroadBit Test Tool (BTT) is published as a free software; enabling all software test engineers to add it into their toolbox.

Training support is available through, and support for custom interfaces and software package can be requested through


  • Support of basic TTCN-3 syntax
  • Support of both binary and ASN.1 based definitions
  • Easy mapping between port definitions and port handlers
  • Port handlers included for generic sockets, such as Ethernet, UDP, or Unix sockets.
  • Platform independent

BTT is a comprehensive TTCN tool for conformance and protocol testing supports both Binary and ASN.1 layers! (Requires also Objective Systems’ asn1c tool for ASN.1 testing)

See more: BTT – BroadBit Test Tool product page
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September 1st, 2009 at 12:37 pm