Fundamentals of In-vehicle Network Simulation
Simulations of in-vehicle networks are used to ensure a robust implementation of a targeted network topology in an early stage of development. This presentation is going through the fundamentals of network simulations, explaining the basic criteria for a signal integrity analysis and simulation methodologies using worst-case scenarios for CAN or FlexRay networks. Furthermore the requirements for developing and validating transceiver simulation models and a list of available NXP transceiver models are shown. Finally, a simulation-demo is showing how a basic network simulation could be set-up and what improvements on the example network done by simulation were seen.
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