CAN System Engineering From Theory to Practical Applications, Second Edition

  • 6h 38m
  • Wolfhard Lawrenz
  • Springer
  • 2013

This fully revised and updated new edition addresses the various challenges and open questions relating to CAN communication networks. Opening with a short introduction into the fundamentals of CAN, the book then examines the problems and solutions for the physical layout of networks, including EMC issues and topology layout. Additionally, a discussion of quality issues with a particular focus on test techniques is presented. Each chapter features a collection of illuminating insights and detailed technical information supplied by a selection of internationally-regarded experts from industry and academia.

Topics and features:

  • Presents thorough coverage of architectures, implementations and application of CAN transceiver, data link layer and so-called higher layer software
  • Explains CAN EMC characteristics and countermeasures, as well as how to design CAN networks
  • Demonstrates how to practically apply and test CAN systems
  • Includes examples of real networks from diverse applications in automotive engineering, avionics, and home heating technology
  • Includes a glossary of abbreviations, and a useful bibliography

This comprehensive text will be an invaluable guide/reference for electronic engineers working with industrial control systems.

About the Editor

Prof. Dr. Wolfhard Lawrenz is the former founder and director of C&S Group GmbH. He has extensive worldwide experience and recognition in working with CAN techniques with companies ranging from automotive manufacturers and suppliers to semiconductor manufacturers, as well as international standardization committees such as ISO and SAE.

In this Book

  • CAN Basic Architectures
  • Physical Layer
  • Data Link Layer Implementation
  • Higher Level Protocols
  • Applications
  • Testing