This book addresses the various challenges and open questions relating to CAN communication networks. Opening with a short introduction into the fundamentals of CAN, the book then examines the problems and solutions for the physical layout of networks, including EMC issues and topology layout. Additionally, a discussion of quality issues with a particular focus on test techniques is presented. Each chapter features a collection of illuminating insights and detailed technical information supplied by a selection of internationally-regarded experts from industry and academia. Features: presents thorough coverage of architectures, implementations and application of CAN transceiver, data link layer and so-called higher layer software; explains CAN EMC characteristics and countermeasures, as well as how to design CAN networks; demonstrates how to practically apply and test CAN systems; includes examples of real networks from diverse applications in automotive engineering, avionics, and home heating technology.This means that the stray factor or coupling factor gives indications for the effective working inductance in case of ... Through the sectorbased layout with a distance between both coils, sector-based CMCs have a smaller coupling coefficient (typically c a 0.97) than CMCs with bifilar ... do not result in significant differences regarding signal quality aspects in the time domain (working frequency range).
|Title||:||CAN System Engineering|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-12-05|