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Building Navigation

Test Plan
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& Test
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Table of contents


1.

MSD I: WKS 8
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10 PRELIMINARY TEST
PLAN

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1.1.

Sub
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S
ystems/ Functions/ Features

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2

1.2.

Interface between RFID Reader and Antenna
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2

1.3.

Interface between RFID Reader and RFID Tags

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3

1.4.

Read Range of RFID Tags

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3

1.5.

Interface between reader and microcontroller

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4

1.6.

Interface between Compass and Microcontroller

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5

1.7.

Interface between Power Supply and RFID system

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5

1.8.

Interface between Computer and Microcontroller

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2. MSD II WKS 2
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3 TEST PLAN


“HOW, WHO, WHEN”

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2.1.

Data Collection

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2.2.

Test Procedure

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3.

MSD II


WKS 3
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10 DESIGN VERIFICATI
ON

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3.1.

Logistics

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3.2.

Analysis of Data


Design Summary

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3.3.

Conclusion or Design Summary

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Intra
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Building Navigation

Preliminary
Test Plan


1.

MSD I
:

W
KS 8
-
10
PRELIMINARY
TEST

PLAN

This test plan was created to outline the steps that must be taken to verify communication between RFID
System, Microcontroller, and computer interface.

Sub
-
Sys
tems
/ Functions/
Features



Major
Sub
-
Systems
/ Features
/ Function

1

Interface between RFID Reader and Antenna

2

Interface between RFID Reader and RFID Tags

3

Read Range of each RFID Tag

4

Interface between RFID Reader and Microcontroller

5

Interface b
etween Compass and Microcontroller

6

Interface between Power Supply and RFID system

7

Interface between Computer and Microcontroller

8 Interference for Compass


Interface between RFID Reader and Antenna


Subsystem
/ Function
/ Feature

Name
:

RFID Reader a
nd Antenna

Date Completed: _________________


Performed By: __________________

Tested

By: ________________________
.

Engr.
Spec. #


Specification (description)

Unit of
Measure

Marginal
Value

Comments/Status

ES8


End Point Precision


meters



2



ES9

Rep
eatability of Directions



percent


99




ES
3



Read Range


meters


3



ES6




ounces

8




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Weight


Engr.
Spec. #


Instrumentation or E
quipment

ES
8


RFID Reader, Antenna, Tags, Measuring Tape

ES
9


RFID Reader, Antenna, Tags

ES
3


RFID Reader, Antenna,

Tags, Measuring Tape

ES
6


Scale


Interface between RFID Reader and RFID Tags


Subsystem/ Function/ Feature Name
: RFID Reader and Tags

Date Completed: _________________

Performed By: __________________

Tested By: ________________________.

Engr.
Spec. #


Specification (description)

Unit of
Measure

Marginal
Value

Comments/Status

ES3


Read Range


meters


3




ES2

Number of Identifiable Locations

number



4096



ES
4



Error Measurements between ID
locations

percent


15




ES
9



Location ID Repeatability


percent

99




ES8

Navigation Endpoint Precision

m

2



Engr.
Spec. #


Instrumentation or equipment not available
(description)

ES
3


ALN
-
9654, ALN9634, ALN
-
9662, ALN
-
9640, ALN
-
9630, RFID Reader M9, Antenna, Measuring
Tape

ES
2

RFID Tags

ES
4


RFID Tags,

RFID Reader, Antenna
, Measuring Tape

ES
9


RFID Tags, RFID Reader, Antenna

ES8

RFID Tags, RFID Reader, Antenna, Measuring Tape


Read Range of RFID Tags


Subsystem/ Function/ Feature Name:

Read Range and Ta
gs

Date Completed: _________________

Performed B
y: __________________

Tested By: ________________________

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Engr.
Spec. #


Specification (description)

Unit of
Measure

Marginal
Value

Comments/Status

ES3


Read Range



meters

3





Engr.
Spec. #


Instrumentation or equipment not available
(description)

ES
3


ALN
-
9654, ALN9634, ALN
-
9662, ALN
-
9640, ALN
-
9630, RFID Reader M9, Antenna, Measuring
Tape



Interface between reader and microcontroller


Subsystem/ Function/ Feature Name:

Reader and Microcontroller

Date Completed: _________________

Performed By: _
_________________

Tested By: ________________________.

Engr.
Spec. #


Specification (description)

Unit of
Measure

Marginal
Value

Comments/Status

ES1



Device contains complete nodal map
of building 9


binary


true



ES2

Number of Identifiable Locations




number

4096




ES
9



Location ID Repeatability

percent



99



E
S10


Repeatability of Directions


percent



99



ES11

Correct I/O pins for interface group

binary

true


ES12

Use same microcontroller as IF group

binary

true


ES14

Latency from navigati
on state change
and UI update

ms

1000


ES15

PCB Size

inches

4”x3”



Engr.
Spec. #


Instrumentation or equipment not available
(description)

ES
1


Microcontroller, Computer software, Reader, Tags, Antenna

ES
2

Microcontroller, Reader, Tags, Antenna

ES
9

M
icrocontroller, Reader, Tags, Antenna

ES
10

Microcontroller, Reader, Tags, Antenna

ES11

Microcontroller

ES12

Microcontroller

ES14

Microcontroller, Reader, Tags, Antenna, stopwatch

ES15

Microcontroller PCB, Reader PCB, Power Supply PCB, Measuring Tape

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Interface between Compass and Microcontroller


Subsystem/ Function/ Feature Name:

Compass and Microcontroller

Date Completed: _________________

Performed By: __________________

Tested By: ________________________.

Engr.
Spec. #


Specification (descripti
on)

Unit of
Measure

Marginal
Value

Comments/Status

ES1
9



Relative Compass Bearing

binary



true



ES8

Navigation Endpoint Precision

m


2




Engr.
Spec. #


Instrumentation or equipment not available
(description)

ES
1
9


Digital Compass, Microcontroller,

Compass

ES
8

Compass, Microcontroller, Reader, Tags, Antenna

Interface between Power Supply and RFID system


Subsystem/ Function/ Feature Name:

Power Supply and RFID System

Date Completed: _________________

Performed By: __________________

Tested By: _
_______________________.

Engr.
Spec. #


Specification (description)

Unit of
Measure

Marginal
Value

Comments/Status

ES7


Battery Lifetime


hours



4



ES17

Prototype with Reasonable cost

dollars

$1500



Engr.
Spec. #


Instrumentation or equipment not ava
ilable
(description)

ES
7


Batteries, RFID system

ES17

All Components, Calculator

Interface between Computer and Microcontroller


Subsystem/ Function/ Feature Name:

Computer and Microcontroller

Date Completed: _________________

Performed By: ___________
_______

Tested By: ________________________.

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Engr.
Spec. #


Specification (description)

Unit of
Measure

Marginal
Value

Comments/Status

ES16



Validate Input

binary



true



ES18


Switch from English to Metric
Measurements

binary


true




ES
13



Contin
uous Uptime without crash

hours


8




ES5

Mean Learning Time

minutes

60



Engr.
Spec. #


Instrumentation or equipment not available
(description)

ES
1
6


Computer, Microcontroller

ES
18

Computer, Metric to English Conversion Chart

ES
13


Computer, Microco
ntroller,
Clock

ES
5


Computer, RFID System, Customer, clock

Interference with Compass


Subsystem/ Function/ Feature Name:
Interference with Compass

Date Completed: _________________

Performed By: __________________

Tested By: ________________________.

Engr.
Spec. #


Specification (description)

Unit of
Measure

Marginal
Value

Comments/Status

ES19



Relative Compass Bearing

binary

TRUE





Engr.
Spec. #


Instrumentation or equipment not available
(description)

ES
19


Compass, Surroundings, Microcontrolle
r


2.
MSD II WKS 2
-
3


TEST

PLAN


“HOW, WHO, WHEN”

D
ata
Collection

1.2 RFID Reader and Antenna:


The interface between the RFID Reader and Antenna should be verified in this test.



How: Attach antenna to RFID reader through SMA/MMCX connection. Attem
pt to



read tags with RFID system.



Who: Shannon Carswell and Dan Paris

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When: This should be completed before any other testing occurs.

1.3 RFID Reader and Tags


The Tag numbers should be collected through this process. Each tag should be read and

nu
mbers should be documented. Each tag should be labeled with a specific code for

future use.



How: Attach RFID reader to microcontroller and computer to obtain unique tag




identification number. UID should be recorded and tag should be labeled




acc
ordingly.



Who: Dan Paris, Shannon Carswell, Dan Stanley



When: This step needs to be completed before
detailed design review in order to




determine possible number of identifiable locations.

1.4

Read Range and Tags


Each type of Tag should be teste
d for maximum read range.



How: Use the RFID Reader system and test each tag type separately. Different




orientations and antenna placement will be tested to ensure all





possibilities.



Who: Dan Paris, Shannon Carswell, Dan Stanley



When: This
needs to be completed before the nodal map is created. This will




help determine the placement of tags and which tags are best to use in




this situation.

1.5

RFID Reader and Microcontroller


The interface between the Reader and Microcontroller shoul
d be tested.



How: The Reader should be attached to the microcontroller used in the final




implementation. RFID tags should be read to ensure proper connection



Who: Dan Stanley, Tim Garvin, Dan Paris, Shannon Carswell



When: This step should be com
pleted
twice. Once, using the testing





development board and o
nce
when the actual microcontroller arrives.





This should occur before
basic functionality of the RF
ID Reader and




Tags is verified using the testing development board and after





f
unctionality is tested using the final configuration.

1.6

Compass and Microcontroller


The interface between the compass and microcontroller and proper orientation needs to



be verified.



How: The compass needs to be integrated into the RFID system. T
he output




from the compass to the microcontroller should be compared with a




reading from an actual compass to ensure proper orientation.



Who: Dan Stanley and Tim Garvin



When: This test should be performed
before the microcontroller is interfac
ed with



the RFID system.

1.7

Power Supply and RFID system


The power supply should be tested to ensure correct input voltage for each device.



How: The power supply circuit should first be simulated using Cadence Pspice.




The circuitry should be bui
lt and applied to the RFID system. Specific




points in the circuit should be tested to ensure proper input voltage.

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Who: Shannon Carswell and Dan Paris



When: Simulation can occur at any time; however the implementation must be




done before final

testing can occur.

1.8

Computer and Microcontroller


The interface between the computer and microcontroller needs to be tested.



How: The RFID system should be connected to the computer interface.





Verification of proper tag ID’s should be read and
directions should be




communicated based on the input.



Who: Tim Garvin and Dan Stanley



When: This should be tested throughout implementation to ensure proper




navigation algorithm and tag ID readings.

1.9 Compass Interference


The compass will
be tested to ensure no interference from surroundings



How: The compass will be connected to the microcontroller. Different





surroundings in building 9 will be tested to ensure correct readings and




compass bearing.



Who: Tim Garvin and Dan Stanl
ey



When: The compass interference will be tested after the interface is tested




between the compass and the microcontroller. This is vital in determining



the compass bearing and feasibility of the system.




T
est Procedure


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3.

MSD II


WKS 3
-
10
DE
SIGN
VERIFICATION


Logistics

These test results will be performed in various labs. The results will be recorded in Excel and Lab
Notebooks and will be uploaded on EDGE.

Analysis of Data



Design Summary

Conclusion or
Design
Summary