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A next-generation automotive LAN protocol. Features high-reliability and is suited for advanced control functions, with maximum speeds up to 10 megabits per second (10Mbps). The FlexRay Consortium is promoting the standardization of FlexRay as a next-generation advanced automotive control protocol. Bosch is a key member of the FlexRay Consortium.
Micro Controller Unit. An ultra-compact microprocessor that is usually used for the same purposes as a central processing unit (CPU). Also referred to as a one-chip microcontroller.
Controller Area Network. An automotive LAN protocol that is the most widely-used. Maximum transfer speed: 1 megabit per second (1Mbps).
Local Interconnect Network. An automotive LAN protocol used for low-cost automotive networks. Maximum transfer speed: 20 kilobits per second (20 kbps).
Field Programmable Gate Array. Large-scale integrated circuits (LSIs) which are programmable and capable of changing logic operations in electronic equipment during design, manufacturing and post-production phases.
Application Specific Standard Products. Standardized ICs for specific applications.
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Fujitsu's 32bit CPU for embedded devices.
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Date: 26 January, 2005
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