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CAN in 30 minutes or less

Last Updated: 12/05/2011

Since CAN was introduced in the 80’s, it has seen a tremendous evolution in terms of specifications and requirements. Its extended capabilities have led to its wide adoption across applications, from automotive, to industrial machine and factory automation. With this growth, complexity of implementation has also increased on two levels:
1. CAN controller design has gone from a basic controller to a full CAN controller and, in some cases, an extended full CAN controller.
2. CAN software stacks vary, from an automotive communication stack, to CANOpen, and DeviceNet.

Given that CAN is only a single component within the automotive system, developers need to be able to implement it with as few challenges as possible so they can focus on system-level functionality rather than struggle with peripheral configuration. This article will explore the CAN interface and discuss different ways of implementing, configuring, and tuning interfaces to facilitate simplified design. To read more, click the download link below, or visit Embedded.com .


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