1994-03-01

The Development of the Advanced Protocol for Automotive Local Area Multiplexing Network (Advanced PALMNET) 940365

In order to expand the applicable range of in-vehicle LANs down to popular cars, drastic cost reduction is essential. In addition, an in-vehicle LAN with high transmission rate and advanced functioning is extremely important for the further spreading of vehicle electronics intended to enhance vehicle intelligence.We developed the Protocol for Automotive Low and Medium Speed Network (PALMNET) as an in-vehicle LAN system and put it into practical use in 1990. Based on this, we developed a new communication protocol and three ICs for an in-vehicle LAN called the Advanced Protocol for Automotive Local Area Multiplexing Network (Advanced PALMNET), which satisfies the above-mentioned requirements and covers the medium-to-low transmission rate (up to 125kbps) to high rate (up to 1Mbps).

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