New Kvaser white paper discusses ways to maximise CAN’s efficiency in next generation vehiclesâ€¨
By using a Virtual CAN Bus, we separate the control task from other tasks. The distributed embedded control system can be developed using standard CAN Controllers and transceivers in a traditional way with well proven tools.
Other tasks such as encryption, transmitter authentication, re-flashing, etc. can be developed by experts in these fields and carried out by using other protocols. With modern technology, the different tasks can run in parallel and simultaneously communicate on the same physical layer.
It is a great advantage to separate the control problems from other problems. The control problem can be solved once and for all by the control experts and other problems by experts in their respective technology fields.
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Auto-Solve Diagnostic Assistance CD-ROM
The Auto-Solve Diagnostic Assistance CD-ROM provides help on a wide range of topics and vehicle problems — virtually all that you are likely to encounter, together with with diagnostic flowcharts and an extensive waveform library to assist in fault diagnosis and problem solving.
With 252 topics and 651 technical illustrations (including 133 waveforms) the Auto-Solve Diagnostic Assistance CD-ROM is the ideal companion to the Automotive Diagnostics Kit.