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Help for flexray simulation!!!

Help for flexray simulation!!!

Help for flexray simulation!!!

I started this project with a simple idea to decrease wires in the car but I had not any idea that this it was so developed when I started to look on the internet. The aim of my project is to simulate one of two communication
systems (i.e. FlexRay, byteflight). The software tools that I have are the
MatLab and the LabView. please it is important. If anyone has simulation examples please contact with me

Yours sincerely,

RE: Help for flexray simulation!!!

If you're looking for automtoive busses that reduce wire count, you nee to be looking at something like CAN.


RE: Help for flexray simulation!!!

I looked up the two mentioned (FlexRay and byteflight) and they are both The Next Generation of automobile bus standards (moving beyond CAN).

RE: Help for flexray simulation!!!

Ahhhhhh, so maybe it' ME who should be doing the research.  I'm actually going to look them up, as they may be useful in later projects... thanks Bill.


RE: Help for flexray simulation!!!

Wow, FlexRay is looking at 10 Mb/s for the initial push... that should make for a useful datalogger in the car.  Haven't looked at ByteFlight yet...


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