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Posts tagged with 'CAN'

28 Mar, 2014

John Day We hear a lot about connected cars these days and clearly, if we’re going to have them, the cars need fast and reliable access to external data. Hoping to help that along, Continental this week introduced a high-speed telematics module that offers up to 100 Mbps bandwidth wherever in the world the 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile network standard is available. The module addresses cellular technologies … Read More

HSPA, high-speed telematics module, LIN, CAN, CDMA, 4G long term evolution (LTE), EVDO, MOST, USB, GSM, Wi-Fi, Ethernet

19 Mar, 2013

Losing weight

Posted by John Day

John Day   Engineers are adding more electronic features to cars, but at the same time engineers – not necessarily the same ones – are trying to reduce vehicle weight and improve mileage. I’ve been wondering how they do that. This week Freescale Semiconductor provided a clue. The company introduced a microcontroller (MCU) billed as a network gatekeeper (the Qorivva MPC5748G) and LIN and CAN satellite nodes … Read More

CAN, Freescale Semiconductor, 'FlexRay, Wiring Harness, LI N, SafeAssure

25 Apr, 2012

John Day Registration is now open at www.mentor.com/events/iesf/detroit for the 12th IESF Conference for Automotive EE Design – June 14th, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Dearborn, MI. Click to sign up if you haven’t already. I missed the last one and don’t want to miss this one – especially since this year I am on the program, speaking about automotive electronics reliability (shameless plug: http://books.sae.org/book-t-126) … Read More

LEONI Wiring Systems, Johnson Controls, system analysis, the GENIVI Alliance, Automotive EE Design, Hyatt Regency Hotel, The Hansen Report, automotive electronics reliability, IBM Rational, the Linux Foundation, wire harness engineering, 'FlexRay, CAN, electronic thermal design and measurement, Chrysler, AUTOSAR, Freescale Semiconductor, Bishop & Associates, GENIVI, Delphi Automotive Systems, Continental Automotive, E/E systems design, SAE International, LIN, power and signal design, NXP Semiconductors, Open Kernel Labs, Mentor Graphics, modeling and simulation, Linux, Mecel

5 Nov, 2011

John Day SAE AS6802 – Time-Triggered Ethernet – is the new industry standard that establishes Ethernet as a deterministic networking technology. It’s available for download at http://standards.sae.org/. Although the source of the new standard, SAE International’s AS-2 Embedded Computing Systems Committee, is part of SAE International’s Avionic Systems Group, automakers and suppliers are known to … Read More

SAE, Renesas Electronics, SAE AS6802, CAN, 'FlexRay, time-triggered Ethernet, MOST, NXP Semiconductors, deterministic Ethernet, Freescale Semiconductor

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