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Currently, We are developing a product based up on TMS570 Microcontroller for safety critical application.
We want to convert the Flexray communication to Optical Fiber single mode communication for longer distance
What are the necessary things to take care during my hardware design?
Kindly give your valuable feedback.
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In reply to Nicholas Mariani9:
Thank you for taking considering the below clarification.
We are using TMS570LS1227 Microcontroller for our application.
We want to send the data either from flexray 2 wire or 4 wire, to optical fiber communication in Single mode. At least to drive minimum 10 Km - 20 Km distance via optical fiber.
We are looking for the feasible solution either with flexray 2 wire or 4 wire
In reply to Saravanakumar S93:
Hey Nicholas,Thank you very much for the detailed feedback and split up options.Your proposal given different feasible options.Please find the communication architecture of our product.This is based up on the daisy chain network.We want to design our own product(PCB) inorder to achieve flexray to Optical fiber communication.Could you please help us for that topic?
Hey Nicholas,Thank you very much for the quick feedback and support.The above architecture diagram shows the practical intended usage of our product. This is going to be used in Train Control systems.This is based up on optical fiber communication(Single mode).Even, we didnt have the ISO Standard. Sorry!!!.Since, there are limited informations are available for 4 wire.We can go with 2 wire flexray interface .
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