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Improvement of CAN system reliability

In modern devices and systems, sensitive controllers and electronic components are often combined in a very confined space with interference-intensive actuators, such as motors and relays. When planning general wiring and device networking using CAN (Controller Area Network), the resulting EM influences on the data-carrying lines must be taken into account from the start – both as part of the wiring and by using additional components to ensure interference-free communication and protect components from damage.

Whitepaper - Improvement of CAN system reliability

This whitepaper provides strategies to reduce electromagnetic interference, optimizing wiring, and effectively using repeaters and bridges for enhanced signal quality and network segmentation. Ideal for professionals seeking to enhance CAN system stability and performance.

Content overview

  • Reducing electromagnetic interference in CAN systems.
  • Optimizing wiring and cables for enhanced performance.
  • Selecting effective network topologies.
  • Implementing repeaters and bridges for signal and network improvement.
  • Ensuring communication stability in CAN networks.

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