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MIPI D-PHY Solution with Passive Resistor Networks in Intel Low-Cost FPGAs

The Mobile Industry Processor Interface (MIPI) is an industry consortium specifying high-speed serial interface solutions to interconnect between components inside a mobile device. The group specifies both protocols and physical...

Networking and VoIP Flexibility for the Small Business

The PL-80300 is an original design developed for businesses who need to offer their clients a cost-effective and efficient platform capable of options typically found in larger, enterprise networks. With...

Railcar Couplings With Wireless Network Technology

Anyone who frequently travels by rail will know the situation: the train arrives on time, but even before it reaches the platform the station tannoy announces that the cars are...

Automotive CAN Transceivers

This document provides application information for the transceiver TLE7250X from Infineon Technologies AG as Physical Medium Attachment within a Controller Area Network (CAN). The CAN protocol uses a lossless bit-wise...

Utilizing CAN with Intel® EP80579 Integrated Processor

Microcontrollers and controllers have been in automotive applications for decades, but the amount of computer control and entertainment using several sensors and controllers continues to increase. Such devices include ABS...

Circuit Protection for CANbus

The Controller Area Network (CAN) is a communication protocol designed for transmitting data in harsh environments. This application note demonstrates a basic protection circuit that uses a dual TVS diode...

The CS2100 for Ethernet AVB Networks

This application note is an introduction of the CS2100 from Cirrus Logic. Growing demand for audio and video features such as DVD playback, cameras, remote amplifiers, navigation, and rear seat...

MiWi Wireless Networking Protocol Stack

Implementing applications with wireless networking is now common. From consumer devices to industrial applications, there is a growing expectation that devices will have built-in the ability to communicate with each...

Controller Area Network (CAN) Overview

The controller area network (CAN) is a standard for distributed communications with built-in fault handling, specified for the physical and data link layers of the open systems interconnection (OSI) model...