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Classical CAN, CAN FD To Ethernet Gateway And Bridge For IoT Connectivity

HMS Networks has extended the functionality of its Ixxat CAN@net NT and CANbridge NT series. Users can now add event-controlled network actions and bi-directional MQTT-messaging to cloud applications.Both product families enable CAN-based networking on-site and remotely. The CANbridge NT allows the coupling of up to four Classical CAN and CAN FD networks using filter and translation rules. Network [...]

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Network Gateway For Automotive Ethernet, Classical CAN, And CAN FD

Vector Informatik released its VN5620 network gateway for Automotive Ethernet and Classical CAN, as well as CAN FD networks. The two CAN FD interfaces utilize the TJA1057 transceivers from NXP.The device is suitable for data analysis, simulation, and testing tasks. The data monitoring per Ethernet warrants a transparent connection between two nodes with a precise timestamp. [...]

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Embedded Development Kit With CAN FD, LIN BUS, Bluetooth Connectivity For Gateway Design

NXP has released its KW38 micro-controller, which provides all components for automotive gateway designs. The wireless MCUs integrate the long-range capability with Bluetooth low energy (BLE) version 5.0 and generic FSK radio. Delivering a -105-dBm sensitivity with LE-coded 125 kbit/s data rate provides reliable connections in harsh environments and at extended distances. The data stream buffer [...]

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Data Acquisition from HD Vehicles Using The SAE J1939 CAN Bus

Modern vehicles are equipped with electronic control units (ECUs) to control various subsystems such as the engine, brakes, steering, air conditioning, and infotainment. These ECUs (Electronic Control Units) are networked to share information, and output directly measured and calculated data. The SAE J1939 in-vehicle network is a data goldmine for enhanced maintenance, measuring vehicle performance and its [...]

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LIN Bus Serial Analyzer Development Tool For Automotive Applications

The LIN Serial Analyzer development tool enables the user to monitor and communicate to a LIN (Local Interface Network) bus using a Personal Computer (PC). It is a powerful tool that can be used to send messages, monitoring the bus traffic, perform error checks, and filter messages. There are many other features, allowing the user to [...]

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SAE J1939/13 Off-Board Diagnostic Connector Deutsch HD10-9–1939

The  SAE J1939/13 document defines a standard connector for diagnostic purpose. The connector is a Deutsch HD10 - 9 – 1939 (9 pins, round connector). According to the document, the connector supports both the twisted shielded pair media (as defined in SAE J1939/11) as well as the twisted unshielded quad media (as defined by ISO 11783-2).  The designations [...]

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ARM Cortex M4 Single-Chip MCU Supports CAN Bus, USB, Bluetooth for IoT And Gateway Applications

Renesas introduced its RA4W1, an MCU with an integrated CAN Bus, USB, and Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy (BLE). The single-chip MCU includes a 48 MHz, 32-bit Arm Cortex-M4 core, and Bluetooth 5.0 core delivered in a 56-pin QFN package.The MCU enables designers of embedded systems to develop IoT (Internet of Things) endpoint devices for Industry 4.0, [...]

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Single-Board ARM i.MX6 Computer Supports CAN Bus, WiFi, And Bluetooth

Versalogic introduced its Swordtail VL-EPC-2702 as part of a product series of ARM‑based embedded computers. It comes with an ISO 11898‑2‑compliant CAN Bus interface, which supports the 29-bit identifier extended frame format (CAN 2.0B) for SAE J1939 applications.Available with either the NXP i.MX6 Quad (quad-core), or the i.MX6 Duallite (dual-core) processors, the board carries an onboard Wi‑Fi, Bluetooth, [...]

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SAE J1939/16 Automatic Baud Rate Detection Process

The  SAE J1939/16 document outlines the methods used to detect the baud rate of an SAE J1939 network segment by ECUs that can adjust their CAN baud rate while in use. The specified approach provides a reliable method to detect the CAN baud rate of that network segment without interrupting network communications. SAE J1939/16 defines the following requirements [...]

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SAE J1939 And The Challenging Migration From Classical CAN To CAN FD and CAN XL

The  Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Truck and Bus Control and Communications Subcommittee has developed a family of standards concerning the design and use of devices that transmit electronic signals and control information among vehicle components. SAE J1939 and its companion documents have quickly become the accepted industry standard and the vehicle network of choice for off-highway [...]

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