CAN Protocol (Theoretical Part) CONTENT summarize Chapter 11 (Automotive Protocols) from "Mastering embedded system from scratch Second Edition"learn-in-depth-store site "Mastering Embedded Systems From Scratch" is an all-encompassing, inspiring, and captivating guide designed to elevate your engineering skills to new heights. This comprehensive resource offers an in-depth exploration of embedded systems engineering, from foundational principles to cutting-edge technologies and methodologies.Spanning 14 chapters, this exceptional book covers a wide range of topics, including microcontrollers, programming languages, communication protocols, software testing, ARM fundamentals, real-time operating systems (RTOS), automotive protocols, AUTOSAR, Embedded Linux, Adaptive AUTOSAR, and the Robot Operating System (ROS). With its engaging content and practical examples, this book will not only serve as a vital knowledge repository but also as an essential tool to catapult your career in embedded systems engineering. Introduction Brief overview of In-Vehicle Networks (IVN) Importance in the automotive industry Preview of course content (evolution, architectures, CANBUS, etc.) Section 1: Evolution of In-Vehicle Networks Subsection: Classic Flat Wiring Harness Architecture Subsection: Domain Architecture Subsection: Zonal Architecture Use relevant images and diagrams Section 2: Understanding CANBUS What is CANBUS? Who uses CANBUS? Historical development and timeline Key characteristics and advantages Section 3: CANBUS Technical Deep-Dive OSI Model in context of CANBUS Physical Layer Explained CAN Protocol Specifications General Characteristics Types of CAN Messages: Data, Remote, Error, and Overload Frames Section 4: CAN Bus Characteristics and Functioning CAN Node: Definition and Role Single Ended Vs Differential: Comparison Recessive And Dominant Signals Bit Rate / Bus Length Relati
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