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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Monolithic Data Circuit-terminating Unit (dcu) For A One-wire Vehicle Network|
|Author:||Dos Reis Filho C.A.|
Da Silva Jr. E.P.
De L. Azevedo E.
|Abstract:||This paper describes a chip designed to perform the function of a Data Circuit-Terminating Unit (DCU), which provides an interface of smart sensors, actuators and subnets into a one-wire ring-topology vehicle network called BAM2. The monolithic DCU interprets the messages of a proprietary two-frames polling-access protocol operating in 38.4Kbps. Instead of having a physical address assigned to each DCU, as usual in the realm of vehicle networks, every DCU in the BAM2 network is assigned a logical address by the Master unit, thus allowing easy exchangability and maintenance of the DCU's as well as the reduction of cost of both production and assembling of the network. Prototypes of the chip were fabricated in 0.8μ m5V CMOS technology in an area of 8.7mm2. Experimental results are presented. © 1998 Editions Frontieres.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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