The networked control system architecture for a distributed drive electric vehicle consists of a VCU, four in-wheel MCUs, and a composite Brake System (CBS) communicated via a FlexRay
bus, as shown in Figure 1.
The BrainBOX IVN-in-a-Box, with 49 ECUs mounted into one compact and portable chassis including LIN, CAN, FlexRAY
and ethernet ECUs, is an effective and efficient means to test and run software over any semiconductor chipset / software operating system combination.
CAN is being replaced by FlexRay
in the recent years.
Compliant with Infineon's current FlexRay
specs, the TLE9221SX transceiver was designed for suspension and chassis control applications, as well as power steering, engine and transmission control units.
Then he looks at FlexRay
in terms of communication cycles, decomposition of cycles into frames, and the format and content of frames.
Analogue ICs manufacturer austriamicrosystems (SIX:AMS) announced on Wednesday the AS8222 FlexRay
The 90-nanometer, dual-core MPC5676R MCU is equipped with 6 MB of on-chip flash memory; 384 KB of on-chip RAM; three high-performance enhanced timing processor units (eTPU); 64-channel 12-bit analog-to-digital converter; CAN and FlexRay
communications systems; and on-chip hardware for knock detection processing.
Products like Source Mask Optimization (SMO), FlexRay
, LithoTuner, Baseliner and YieldStar are in use worldwide.
has passed a major milestone with the shipping of the one millionth FlexRay
Physical Layer compliant transceiver to the automotive industry by Chipmaker NXP Semiconductors,
A section is dedicated to the use of rapid system prototyping in automotive and industrial applications such as driver assistance systems and FlexRay
The new UicroAutoBox 1401/1507 is a compact, vehicle-capable, real-time platform with a high-end processor and CAN, LIN, FlexRay
bus and bypassing interfaces, the company said.
A nicely shaped gear lever is another new feature and the electronics are handled by a system which BMW calls FlexRay
and allows signals to be transmitted between the vehicle's computers at great speed.