There is also direct dependency between automation, software and electric design
One should remember with the CAN physical layer that there exists only impedance, not plain conductors. Let us start with a brief review of the main important transmission line characteristics. This article begins with a brief review of the main important transmission line characteristics. For more details readers are advised to read the referred documents. Next, a case example with violated topology, a transmission line mismatch, and too closely installed nodes are presented. After describing the starting point, corrective actions with corresponding results are shown. Finally, some discussion is included and concluding remarks set. Among other results, dependability of the communication depends directly on the physical layer consistency.
Analog signal paths are still widely used in new installations. Does that really make sense anymore? Analog signaling is outdated when it comes to accuracy, dependability, diagnostics, and manageability. Traditional instrumentation based on analog signaling is outdated in many areas. Thanks to the fact that it is the traditional approach, there is a lot of reliable information available. Reliability also applies to the system assembly and service, wherever increasing efficiency requirements expect faster throughput and better quality. Efficiency means not only automated actions, but also smaller numbers of corrections as an integral part of the assembly and service work.
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