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"Interest in Automotive Ethernet is Building"
BMW will likely choose Ethernet instead of MOST 150 for next generation multimedia networks. Appears in February 2010 newsletter. $65.00
 
"FlexRay Moving SlowlyToward Volume Production"
Top engineers from Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volkswagen and Nissan brought us up to date on their plans for bringing FlexRay to production vehicles. Japanese carmakers will likely deploy FlexRay at a lower bit rate than the Germans. Appears in July 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"NXP Semiconductors, The Company Profile"
NXP, the former Philips Semiconductor division, is the world leader in car radio DSPs and car radio tuners. The company also offers a broad portfolio of in-vehicle networking ICs for CAN, LIN and FlexRay Appears in June 2007 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Autosar Spec Due Year-End 2006"
The Autosar spec should be complete and fully tested by the end of 2006. Appears in October 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Yamar DC Power-Line Bus Gains Momentum"
Yamar's multiplexing technology uses the vehicle power line to send data communications between electronics components Appears in September 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"BMW Leads in Chassis Control--FlexRay Network is Key Enabler"
Beginning with electronic damping, BMW intends to use FlexRay to replace CAN in chassis systems. Eventually integrated chassis functions will be controlled with one central ECU. Appears in July 2005 newsletter. $65.00
 
"MOST Faces Stiff Headwinds"
Carmakers are running into problems as they implement MOST networks in series production. General Motors will not apply MOST beyond the Saab 9-3. Appears in December 2004 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Six Carmakers Pick Standards"
Convergence panelists from Ford, GM, DaimlerChrysler, Nissan, Honda and Volkswagen indicate their companies' plans for using LIN, MOST, FlexRay, Safe-by-Wire, OSEK, AUTOSAR, Java, 1394 and Bluetooth in the next five to seven years. Appears in November 2004 newsletter. $65.00
 
"LIN 2.0 Mux Spec Stirs Controversy"
The LIN Consortium released the LIN 2.0 standard for a low speed, in-vehicle serial data communications network. German carmakers have embraced the spec, GM and Ford want additional changes to enable lower cost implementations of LIN. Appears in February 2004 newsletter. $65.00
 
"Carmakers Seek Copper Alternative to Fiber-Optic MOST"
Mercedes and other carmakers are working through the MOST Cooperation to develop an electrical physical layer for the MOST protocol. Appears in October 2003 newsletter. $65.00
 
"A Few Carmakers Consider Airbag Bus Standards"
Two potential airbag bus standards in development today could eliminate some wiring and reduce costs in advanced safety restraint systems. GM is taking a close look at Safe-by-Wire. Not much action yet for the competing bus from BST --Bosch, Siemens, Temic. Appears in March 2003 newsletter. $65.00
 
"LIN Standard Going Global"
Already in use by German carmakers, the LIN protocol will likely be adopted soon by the SAE. Appears in October 2002 newsletter. $65.00
 
"FlexRay Protocol Picks Up Support"
Industry support is building behind FlexRay for safety-critical communications. Appears in June 2002 newsletter. $65.00
 
"IDB-C Ready, Carmakers Aren't"
Carmakers don't seem to see the benefits of, or the need for IDB-C. Appears in February 2002 newsletter. $65.00
 
"New Concepts in BMW 7 Series"
Behind the host of new comfort and control features in the MY 2002 7 Series is a highly complex, sophisticated electrical system architecture. Appears in September 2001 newsletter. $65.00
 
"CAN Node Sales"
Graphic shows sales of CAN nodes from 1999 to 2003. Appears in November 2000 newsletter. $65.00
 
"MOST Definitely Aboard"
MOST may become the automotive standard for high-speed digital audio and video communications networks. Appears in November 2000 newsletter. $65.00
 
"LIN: Class-A Open Mux Standard Gains Momentum"
The global auotmotive electronics industry is coming together around LIN (local interconnect network), an open Class-A, single-wire serial multiplexing bus based on common UART SCI hardware. Appears in April 2000 newsletter. $65.00
 

 

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