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ARM architecture, and to get to know of a hardware designed by PiKRON
 
ARM architecture, and to get to know of a hardware designed by PiKRON
 
company with an LPC2148 microprocessor and an SJA1000 CAN bus driver.
 
company with an LPC2148 microprocessor and an SJA1000 CAN bus driver.
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The main part of the work consists of a firmware design for the provided
 
The main part of the work consists of a firmware design for the provided
 
hardware and a driver adaptation for a PC computer to create a working
 
hardware and a driver adaptation for a PC computer to create a working
 
USB/CAN converter. The final part discusses the testing phase and results.
 
USB/CAN converter. The final part discusses the testing phase and results.
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* '''Kříž Jan''', tel: +420 607 122 718, mailto:krizj1@fel.cvut.cz
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* '''Ing. Píša Pavel''', tel: +420 224 357 554, mailto:pisa@control.felk.cvut.cz, web: http://cmp.felk.cvut.cz/~pisa/
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* '''PiKRON s.r.o''', tel: +420 296 781 671, mailto:pikron@pikron.com, web: http://www.pikron.com

Revision as of 08:29, 5 May 2010

CAN Bus Controller Connected to PC Computer over USB bus

Author: Jan Kříž

Bakalářské práce 2008

The purpose of this work is to learn about principles and function of the CAN bus, create a list of suitable microprocessor circuits, in particular with the ARM architecture, and to get to know of a hardware designed by PiKRON company with an LPC2148 microprocessor and an SJA1000 CAN bus driver.

The main part of the work consists of a firmware design for the provided hardware and a driver adaptation for a PC computer to create a working USB/CAN converter. The final part discusses the testing phase and results.