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BroadR-Reach vs. CAN FD – A Comparison

What is BroadR-Reach and how is it used? BroadR-Reach is an ethernet physical layer standard that allows for more cost-effective applications in automobile computing, extending the range of twisted-pair connections without significant sacrifices to speed and connectivity. One of the most prominent uses of BroadR-Reach is in advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS). ADAS tasks are broken ... Read More

New white paper discusses ways to maximise CAN’s efficiency in next generation vehicles


Lars Berno Fredriksson, president of Kvaser AB and chairman of the J1939 Next Generation Task Force, has published a white paper discussing a technique for multiplexing CAN with another protocol to meet the high-speed, high data volumes required by next generation heavy duty vehicles.  This white paper is based on a presentation that was made ... Read More

The Use of CAN Bus Message Electrical Signatures for Automotive Reverse Engineering

C Quigley, D Charles, R McLaughlin of Warwick Control Technologies present a method for reverse engineering the messages on a CAN bus using electrical signal clusters. Abstract There are many applications in which you may need to reverse engineer the Controller Area Network (CAN), e.g.: Automotive competitor analysis Telematics applications such fleet management Disabled driver applications ... Read More