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Lower automotive design power consumption with CAN transceivers with selective wake

Read about how a partial networking architecture can help engineers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) reduce power consumption and corresponding emissions in automotive CAN designs.

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Products

 
1621270837 Dp83 Tg720 Sq11
 

The DP83TG720S-Q1 device is an IEEE 802.3bp and Open Alliance compliant automotive Ethernet PHY that transmits and receives data over unshielded/shielded single twisted-pair cables.

 
1621270838 Ds90 Ub633 Aq1

1 megapixel ADAS 60-100MHz PCLK serializer

The DS90UB633A-Q1 device offers an FPD-Link III interface with a high-speed forward channel and a bidirectional control channel for data transmission over a single coaxial cable or differential pair. 

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CAN transceiver with advanced diagnostics for partial networking designs

The TCAN1146-Q1 CAN FD transceiver combines advanced diagnostics and watchdog features with selective wake functionality that enables systems to implement partial networking to save power by reducing the number of nodes in an active state.

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Videos

 

Maximize partial networking design flexibility

This video explains how partial networking can maximize design efficiency and provides an introduction to the TCAN114x-Q1 family of CAN FD transceivers that offer partial networking functionality, advanced bus fault diagnostics & watchdog features.

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FPD-Link high-speed design and channel requirements

This video highlights the overall channel requirements for a successful FPD-Link design and then deep dives into cables, connectors, PCB dielectrics and high speed layout considerations.

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Improving safety and EMC with TI’s automotive Ethernet PHYs

Learn about EMC design considerations to help improve the robustness of your automotive system and how our Ethernet PHY’s integrated diagnostic features can help increase the safety level of your system.

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Deepen your technical expertise with TI Precision Labs trainings

TI Precision Labs is the electronics industry’s most comprehensive online classroom for analog engineers. Learn how to optimize communications across your automotive design with our on-demand courses. 

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Whitepapers

 

Connecting zonal automotive architectures with PCIe

The PCIe® ecosystem is emerging in popularity as an interface well-equipped to support advances in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems & vehicle connectivity. Learn about the advantages and tradeoffs of PCIe compared to other interface technologies.

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100BASE-T1 Ethernet: the evolution of automotive networking

100BASE-T1 was the first automotive-specific Ethernet standard to meet the needs of vehicle networking. Learn how this standard helps to address the increasing demand for network bandwidth in automotive communication systems.

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Selective wake configuration guide

Partial networking can save power when designing with CAN devices equipped with selective wake mode. This application note describes how to implement the selective wake mode in CAN transceivers to help reduce automotive design power consumption.

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LIN protocol and physical layer requirements

This paper presents the integral parts of LIN technology, with a focus on the LIN transceiver itself, information on the protocol, and the physical layer requirements for real applications.

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