When: Weds., Jan. 24, 2018
Time: 10:00AM - 2:00PM


Where: Teledyne LeCroy
27007 Hills Tech Court
Farmington Hills, MI 48331 


This seminar will provide an overview of ECU’s and Automotive control circuit behaviors to protocol decode and electrical testing.
 
Attendees will learn both the full range of protocol stack information— symbolic, hex, and electrical signals— and the ability to view additional in-circuit electrical signals (sensors and actuators, voltage levels, transients, etc.) that influence the Bus. 
 
Using symbolic decoders and a standard oscilloscope, attendees will be decode up to 16 protocols, find rare events, automatically measure and statistically analyze event timing, and graph/plot information, including extracted CAN message data. The protocols covered will be SENT, CAN, CAN-FD, SPI, LIN and few other serial data traffic.
 
The VBA concentrates all your information in one place. Timing measurements across gateways are now possible. Under standing is fast, intuitive, and in a familiar format, allowing a faster time to insight.
 
Agenda
  • Short Introduction to Protocols: CAN, CAN FD, SENT, LIN, FlexRay, SPI, Automotive Ethernet, MOST
  • Physical layer vs. Stack decoding
  • Application layer
    • Software decoding
    • Hardware triggering
  • Characterization the analog quality of the signals on the bus.
  • Symbolic decoding DRC files
  • Workshop – Taking the classroom to the bench
 
Who should attend:
New Hardware and software technicians and engineers probing electrical signals on the Automotive Bus and those that are trying to understand capabilities of todays testing.
 
Presenter: Dan Payne
Director, Teledyne LeCroy Automotive Solutions Group

Cost:  FREE, registration is required to hold your seat.

Register Here

Fundamentals of Vehicle Bus Analysis

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