The LIN Interface and Automotive Interconnects—A Perfect Match (.PDF Download)

As more electronic subsystems populated automobiles over the years, engineers discovered the necessity of interconnecting them with serial data networks to minimize wiring and optimize their performance. Today, the modern vehicle contains multiple networks, combining some mix of the Controller Area Network (CAN), Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST), FlexRay, and even Ethernet. But probably the most widely used interface is the Local Interconnect Network (LIN), which connects a variety of

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