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  • EIP@ATD 2019

    Why you need Smart or Managed Automotive Ethernet Switch?

    Switches are Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model Layer 2 devices that are responsible for forwarding frames addressed to other ports by using addresses in the layer 2 header (MAC addresses). The most common switch in the market is the unmanaged switch. These require little or no configuration as they learn…

  • Microchip to demonstrate technology related to the latest IEEE 802.3ag™ 10Base-T1S standards

    Microchip to demonstrate technology related to the latest IEEE 802.3cg™ 10Base-T1S standards

    When Microchip introduced the industry’s first AEC-Q100 qualified Ethernet PHY in 2008, we did not know it would herald the transformation of in-vehicle networks to include Ethernet backbones. In part, this was driven by the concept of zonal architectures. Traditionally a vehicle’s Engine Control Units (ECUs) were distributed to the…

  • From Live to Lab to Engineer

    From Live to Lab to Engineer

    Ethernet as the well-established technology for new and future vehicles is still challenging because of the complexity of testing. Based on the architecture and multiple protocols involved (7-layers of the OSI-model) - engineers are challenged with different test methodologies like Physical layer testing, protocol conformance testing or device- and network…

  • EIP@ATD 2019

    Automotive Ethernet Compliance Testing from Rohde & Schwarz

    New automotive applications, such as high-powered entertainment systems, are driving up bandwidth requirements and costs associated with cabling and network interfaces. Automotive Ethernet was designed to meet industry needs and enables fast and cost-effective data communications between systems and in-vehicle components.

  • Ethernet Set to Bring About Shift in How Automotive Networks are Implemented

    This sponsored post, associated with the IEEE SA Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Day event, solely represents the views of the author, was developed independently by the entity sponsoring the post, and does not necessarily represent a position of either IEEE or IEEE Standards Association. By Christopher Mash, Senior Director…

  • Challenges and Solutions for Data Logging from Autonomous Vehicles

    Autonomous vehicles come with a large number of sensors, multiple LIDARs, RADARs, and high-resolution cameras. It features an array of technologies such as CAN FD, Automotive Ethernet, 10GBASE-T (IEEE 802.3an™), etc. They are capable of generating a massive amount of data in a short amount of time. When you want…

  • 10BASE-T1S: The next big step toward the All-Ethernet-Vehicle

    10BASE-T1S, also called 10SPE (10 Mbps Single Pair Ethernet), is a new network technology currently under specification of IEEE 802.3cg™. The objective of the technology is to get a collision free, deterministic transmission on a multi-drop network, which can be used in applications using CAN, CAN-FD, FlexRay or 100BASE-T1 today.…

  • NXP Automotive Ethernet PHY transceiver helps maximize efficiency across in-vehicle networks

    NXP is introducing an Ethernet PHY transceiver which provides innovative sleep and wake-up-forwarding functionality. Standard-compliant and interoperable according to OPEN Alliance TC-10, this innovation is an important enabler to reach the efficiency goals of future E/E vehicle architectures.

  • We Are Testing the Future Right Now

    Ethernet technologies provide flexible, scalable and cost-effective in-vehicle network. As such, automotive industries are looking to Automotive Ethernet as the next generation communication bus and it has become increasingly important as a backbone to a car's communication network. Safety standards and increased consumer communication demands require the automotive industry to…

  • Optical Data Network Backbone for Autonomous Driving

    For safety-related functions such as the data network backbone, autonomous driving requires redundant systems. The objective of this redundancy is to increase safety and avoid the autonomous car being locked if the backbone is disabled in some way. The second backbone may be optical as well, or even copper-based. Reliability…

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