Profile Tuning Suite
Automate protocol and profile interoperability testing.
The Bluetooth® Profile Tuning Suite (PTS) is testing software that automates compliance testing to the specified functional requirements of Bluetooth Host Parts and specifications that reside above the Host Controller Interface (HCI). The vision of the product is to provide complete and validated test coverage, of all specified functional requirements in scope, to the Bluetooth development and testing community.
Once you have used the Test Plan Generator (TPG) to produce a list of required test cases, use the PTS as your standard test platform. After you test with PTS, attend an UnPlugFest event to test your Bluetooth products against other unreleased and unannounced products and prototypes coming soon.
PTS 7.1.1 has been released to include critical bug fixes:
- Protocol Viewer (PV) update to fix OBEX decoding error
- Selected issues resolved
Profile Tuning Suite (PTS) 7.1.1 includes the following maintenance and bug fixes:
New Features & Support:
- Mesh: MESH, MMDL
- LE: FTMP, FTMS
- Radio Module
Areas of Maintenance & Bug Fixes:
- BR: AVRCP, CTN, HCRP, HFP, MAP, OPP, PBAP, IOPT
- LE: BAS, CGMS, FTMS, GLS, OTP, WSP
- mesh: MESH, MMDL
- Core: GATT, GAP, L2CAP
The following are planned for the upcoming release(s) in 2017:
- Adopted profile support
- TCRL 2017-2
- critical bug fixes
PTS is free for all registered SIG members but you will need to purchase a radio module to test the Bluetooth Core Specification v2.1, v3.0 and v4.0 standards.
The PTS offers these benefits:
- Improved interoperability of your Bluetooth products and rapid specification feedback for the SIG
- Faster, unbiased, higher-quality test results with viewing logs and simplified report-generation tools that facilitate easier test analysis
- Automated testing processes let novice users effectively and reliably test products, allowing senior staff to focus on strategic processes, saving time and money
- Reduced development costs when PTS is utilized throughout the development process and in conjunction with new specifications, enabling earlier identification of qualification challenges