With new CAN FD protocol, CAN applications need to support both classical CAN and CAN FD frames. Especially in transition period, customers are looking for a solution in which classical CAN frames are mixed with CAN FD frames. NXP developed a brand new CAN transceiver feature "CAN FD Shield", which enables the use of CAN controllers in mixed CAN / CAN FD architectures.

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With new CAN FD protocol, CAN applications need to support both classical CAN and CAN FD frames. Especially in transition period, customers are looking for a solution in which classical CAN frames are mixed with CAN FD frames. NXP developed a brand new CAN transceiver feature "CAN FD Shield", which enables the use of CAN controllers in mixed CAN / CAN FD architectures.

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What you will Learn

A solution in which classical CAN frames are mixed with CAN FD frames

Course Outline

  • Part 1| Why CAN FD
    • 1.1| Identifying the Need
    • 1.2| Challenges for the Future
  • Part 2|First Hybrid Networks for ECU Flashing
    • 2.1| Development in 2016
    • 2.2| Vision for 2018
  • Part 3| Hybrid Networks for for Full Operation
  • Part 4| CAN FD Shield Operation
    • 4.1| Operation Overview
    • 4.2| Step 1 - Transmitting
    • 4.3| Step 2 - Detection
    • 4.4| Step 3 - Re-synchronization
    • 4.5| Step 4 - Arbitration
    • 4.6| Limitations & Error Management
  • Part 5| Industry Support & Validation
  • Part 6| Outlook to Further Smart Transceiver Messages

The standard CAN protocol has been extended into CAN Flexible Data (FD) to provide higher bandwidth while keeping the physical characteristics that have made it the most popular automotive in-vehicle communications protocol . This presentation will provide an overview of the changes to the standard as well as address the challenges faced while rolling out and implementing the technology.

About This Course

The standard CAN protocol has been extended into CAN Flexible Data (FD) to provide higher bandwidth while keeping the physical characteristics that have made it the most popular automotive in-vehicle communications protocol . This presentation will provide an overview of the changes to the standard as well as address the challenges faced while rolling out and implementing the technology.

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What you will Learn

Overview of the changes CAN as well as challenges while implementing the technology

Course Outline

  • Part 1| CAN Flexible Data
    • 1.1| Increased Bandwidth and Limited Data
    • 1.2| Intro to CAN FD
    • 1.3| Basic Concepts - Bit Rate & Frame Format
    • 1.4| Frame Format
    • 1.5| Bit Rate Switch (BRS)
    • 1.6| Error State Indicator (ESI) & Data Payload
    • 1.7| CRC Calculation & Calculation Issues
    • 1.8| CRC Fixes & Implications
    • 1.9| Bit Rates
  • Part 2| Using FlexCAN3 FD
    • 2.1| Features of FlexCAN3 FD
    • 2.2| Protocol Bit Timing
    • 2.3| Transceiver Delay Compensation, Buffer Structure & Memory Partitioning
    • 2.4| FlexCAN Rx FIFO
  • Part 3| Using MCAN
    • 3.1| Features of MCAN
  • Part 4| AMP CAN FD Roadmap
    • 4.1 |ISO Standards Applicable to CAN Physical Layer
    • 4.2| Highspeed CAN Physical Layer
    • 4.3| New Timing Definition
    • 4.4| Partial Networking is FD Passive

This session provides an overview of the new opportunities and challenges opened by applying Automotive Ethernet in in-vehicle Networks. We will describe how the NXP portfolio of PHYs and Switches addresses these challenges and outline the new opportunities arising from the combined portfolios after the merger. The presentation will also address ways of using the Automotive Ethernet portfolio in the industrial and automation markets.

About This Course

This session provides an overview of the new opportunities and challenges opened by applying Automotive Ethernet in in-vehicle Networks. We will describe how the NXP portfolio of PHYs and Switches addresses these challenges and outline the new opportunities arising from the combined portfolios after the merger. The presentation will also address ways of using the Automotive Ethernet portfolio in the industrial and automation markets.

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What you will Learn

Ways of using the Automotive Ethernet portfolio in the industrial and automation markets.

Course Outline

  • Part 1| Industry Overview
    • 1.1| Looking at Vehicles Today
    • 1.2| Vehicle Networking
  • Part 2| Automotive Ethernet
    • 2.1| The Added Value and Challenges
    • 2.2| Supporting Ethernet
    • 2.3| What is Ethernet?
  • Part 3| Ethernet Switching
    • 3.1| Basic Switch
    • 3.2| AVB
    • 3.3| TSN
    • 3.4| Deterministic Ethernet Explanation
  • Part 4| NXP Portfolio
    • 4.1| Product Overview
    • 4.2| Key Automotive Features of TJA1100
    • 4.3| Key Features of SJA1105
  • Part 5| NXP 2.0 System Solutions
    • 5.1| Ethernet Switching (Body & Gateway)
    • 5.2| Ethernet Switching (ADAS & Telematics)
    • 5.3| Ethernet Switching (Infotainment & Industrial)
    • 5.4| Full Body and Gateway Solutions
    • 5.5| Demos: Ethernet for Radar & V2X ADAS & Infotainment