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 pdf fileAn Overview of the Controller Area Network
The Controller Area Network (CAN) is a communication bus for message transaction in small-scale distributed environments. Introduced for automotive applications plays nowadays a relevant role in the control and automation arena. This paper provides an overview of CAN by addressing the fundamental issues concerning its physical and data-link layers.

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 pdf fileDesign of CAN-Based Distributed Control Systems with Optimized Configuration
1Recent applications of distributed control systems demonstrate a new approach for the use of industrial networks. In this approach,called Networked Control Systems (NCS), the controller and the plant are physically separated and connected through a communication network (Yang, 2006). Network control systems can replace the traditional centralized and point-to-point control systems and provide several benefits such as reduced amount of wiring,increased reliability, improved capacity for system reconfiguration and ease of maintenance (Moyne and Tilbury, 2007).

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 pdf fileController Area Network Fundamentals
•CAN or Controller Area Network is an advanced serial bus system that efficiently supports distributed control systems. It was initially developed for the use in motor vehicles by Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany, in the late 1980s, also holding the CAN license. •CAN is internationally standardized by the International Standardization Organization (ISO) and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). •The CAN protocol uses the Data Link Layer and the Physical Layer in the ISO - OSI model. There are also a number of higher level protocols available for CAN.

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