As per AMC 20-193 and CAST-32A, each interference channel on the system must be analyzed to ensure that its effects on timing behavior have been mitigated. Some channels may be eliminated by architectural analysis or because they are deactivated for your system. For all channels that have not been eliminated, the guidance requires that multicore timing analysis be done to ensure that software operates within its timing deadlines. For each channel, one must provide analysis test reports and a summary to show that the set of tests is complete – Rapita provides this service to show completeness. Note that AMC 20-193 and CAST-32A include objectives other than testing, such as planning objectives. We provide templates to help you complete these.