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The Southeastern Michigan IEEE EMC Society presents:

CAN Module Level EMC Test Setup Considerations

Powerpoint Presentation Slides (3 MB Download)

Presented by: Jim Lawlis

Date: January 19, 2005

Time: 5:30 PM

Location: Fairlane Campus - U of M Dearborn

University of Michigan
School of Management
Fairlane Center South
Room 120-121
19000 Hubbard Drive
Dearborn, MI 48126

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5:30 – 6:00 Pizza and Refreshments Sponsored by Carter McCormick & Pierce http://www.cmp-rep.com/
6:00 – 7:00 Technical Presentation
 
 
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Abstract:

Introduction: Vehicle integration and multiplexing has created new challenges for module level EMC testing. Many modules today require some form of network communication for normal operation and to prevent the setting of fault codes. The current OEM EMC test specifications do not adequately cover how to set up the "network load box" now required for modules with network communication needs. Many questions come up at this point. Should the network load box be totally isolated or grounded? Should the power connections be taped to the ground plane or spaced above? How/where should the network be terminated? How should the CAN settings in the network load box be configured? If my CAN controller is outside the chamber what are the critical delay limits before arbitration will no longer be reliable? I would like to offer up my ideas on the above subjects, show some experiments and hopefully generate some good discussion on this very important issue.

Jim Lawlis

Bio

James Lawlis Jim has been involved with Automotive Multiplexing throughout his 20 year career. His first 10 years were at GMs Cadillac Motor Car Division were he was part of the team that launched the 1986 Cadillac Seville/Eldorado, Alante', the Oldsmobile Toronado and the Buick Rivera. These vehicles ushered in a new era of Multiplexing in Automobiles. His next 10 years have been at Ford Motor Company where he has a Leading role in the development and implementation of all new Automotive Multiplexing Protocols. He has a BSEE from Wayne State University and is currently the Multiplex Hardware Technical Specialist

 

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