Friday 17 May 2013

First plug-FEST

First CAN FD plug-fest
The CAN FD nodes tested on interoperability
 in CiA’s laboratory used different off-the-shelf
CAN high-speed transceivers by NXP

In the first CAN FD plug-fest, Bosch, Peak, and Vector proofed the interoperability of their CAN FD implementations. The FPGAs implementing the CAN FD data link layer as submitted for international standardization were tested using different network topologies and transmission speeds. All nodes used a 40-MHz clock frequency, an arbitration bit-rate of 500 kbit/s sampled at 80 percent and a data-phase bit-rate of 4 Mbit/s sampled at 60 percent.

The tests were performed with different busloads up to 100 percent. The three nodes communicated in bus-line (9 m) and passive star topologies (2 x 3 m and 1 x 6 m). The passive star was terminated with 60 Ohm at the center point.

The next CAN FD plug-fest will take place in September. Parties interested in participation may contact CiA office. CiA plans a permanent CAN FD test environment for interoperability tests.

The CiA working group specifying CAN FD device and system design recommendations proposes a ration of 1:8 for arbitration/data-phase speed. In addition, the group will recommend bit-timings for different topologies as well as configuration registers for the CAN FD protocol controllers. CAN FD implementations should be clocked by 80, 40, or 20 MHz in order to minimize timing problems.
Arbitration and data-phase oscillations with harmonics (star topology at 4 Mbit/s with central termination resistor 60 Ohm)

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