References

Test Specifications. Amongst others.

  • CAN
    ISO 16845-1:2016 CAN/CAN-FD Protocol Conformance Test.
    CAN Processor Interface Test Specification.
    CAN Robustness Test Specification.
    ISO 16845-2 High-Speed Transceiver Tests.
    Transceiver Model Requirements Specification/Validation Test Specification.
    Interoperability Test Specification for High-Speed CAN Transceiver or Equivalent Devices.
    Communication/Network Management Software Modules.
  • FlexRay
    Protocol Layer and Physical Layers Test Specifications.
    Simulation Model Requirements Specification.
    Communication Controller: Device Level. Assessment Test Specification.
    Wakeup-Startup-Sleep Test Specification.
  • LIN
    Data Link Layer, Physical Layer and OEM specific Test Specifications.
    SAEJ2602 Standalone Transceiver Test Specification.
  • Automotive Ethernet
    OABR®PHY / 100BASE-T1 Interoperability Test Specification including wake-up Tests.
    OEM specific Test Specifications.

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