Radio quality is a highly important part of a car’s user experience. Consequently, designers strive to constantly improve the performance, feature set, and basic flexibility of their radios. Being able to capture real-world environments allows designers to test various changes to their DSP software and be assured that the same impairments are used at every iteration. Read this white paper to learn more about how you can reproduce the extreme dynamic range of many environments without having to perform multiple driving tests, thereby saving time and testing costs while improving receiver design.