A Beginner’s Guide to Controller Area Network Bus Access in Modern VehiclesProceedings of the 15th Early Career Technical Conference (2016)
A controller area network (CAN) is a communication system designed so that a microcontroller governing multiple
systems (nodes) on the network can function effectively. This network can be accessed, interpreted, and manipulated by an external computer. The purpose of this paper is to provide a basic working knowledge of CAN architecture and protocols, as well as show how to connect to and decode a vehicular controller area network.
Publication DateNovember 15, 2016
Citation InformationKevin McFall and T. Fisher. "A Beginner’s Guide to Controller Area Network Bus Access in Modern Vehicles" Proceedings of the 15th Early Career Technical Conference (2016)
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