Automatic Node Discovery in CAN (Controller Area Network) Controllers Using Reserved Identifier Bits
A new technique for automatic address space configuration in CAN network is proposed in this work The proposed technique is to use two reserved bits of CAN extended identifier field in the initial address assignment process. These reserved bits can be in one of the following three states: Address Acquired, Address Assignment Pending and Address Claim Override. An address configuration protocol is proposed based upon these added states and a finite state machine for the protocol is also shown. Real-time behavior of the proposed address space configuration technique can be further validated by a series of parametric simulations using tools like OPNET. © 2007 IEEE.
Y. Yellambalase and M. Choi, "Automatic Node Discovery in CAN (Controller Area Network) Controllers Using Reserved Identifier Bits," Proceedings of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference: Synergy of Science and Technology in Measurement (2007, Warsaw, Poland), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), May 2007.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/IMTC.2007.379338
IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference: IMTC: Synergy of Science and Technology in Instrumentation and Measurement (2007: May 1-3, Warsaw, Poland)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Automatic Address Assignment; Automatic Network Configuration; Communication Protocols; Field Buses; Controller Area Network (Computer Network); Plug and Play (Computer Architecture); Computer Simulation; Finite Automata; Network Protocols; Parameter Estimation; Real Time Systems; Telecommunication Networks
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