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'[PIC]: help finding a good CAN bus book?'
2001\10\19@161713 by e.bockhoefer

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I wasn't sure if PIC was perhaps the best topics for the subject. I don't
necessarily need code for a PIC controller. Nevertheless, I am new to the
CAN "controller area network" standard. I was wondering if anyone knows of a
"good" complete book on the subject (hardware and software engineering). Not
just 500 pages of technical specifications. Perhaps one with some c/c++ code
examples? There are three I have found on http://www.amazon.com, but I am not sure
which one to buy?

Edward S. Bockhoefer
PAT America, Inc.
Software Engineer,
Mobile Plant Electronics Division
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2001\10\19@164351 by Brandon Fosdick

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Edward Bockhoefer wrote:
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> I wasn't sure if PIC was perhaps the best topics for the subject. I don't
> necessarily need code for a PIC controller. Nevertheless, I am new to the
> CAN "controller area network" standard. I was wondering if anyone knows of a
> "good" complete book on the subject (hardware and software engineering). Not
> just 500 pages of technical specifications. Perhaps one with some c/c++ code
> examples? There are three I have found on http://www.amazon.com, but I am not sure
> which one to buy?

Microchip has a few good appnotes that serve as introductory material.
They might be worth looking at if you haven't already, I learned enough
from them to implement a small network using PIC's. But, no I don't
which books are good.

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2001\10\21@143247 by fernteix

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Hi
I have the same problem.
I found 2 books useful:
Can System Enginnering , Wolfhard Lawrenz, Springer
Can -Bus, Hors Engels, Franzis (in German)
For programming I try to study the documents available in http://www.emicros.com .
Perhaps I will buy some items from them because they use the same compiler I
use.
If you need more info email me
Regards

Fernando

> Edward Bockhoefer wrote:
> >
> > I wasn't sure if PIC was perhaps the best topics for the subject. I
don't
> > necessarily need code for a PIC controller. Nevertheless, I am new to
the
> > CAN "controller area network" standard. I was wondering if anyone knows
of a
> > "good" complete book on the subject (hardware and software engineering).
Not
> > just 500 pages of technical specifications. Perhaps one with some c/c++
code
> > examples? There are three I have found on http://www.amazon.com, but I am not
sure
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2001\10\22@055128 by Andy David

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I wasn't sure if PIC was perhaps the best topics for the subject. I don't
necessarily need code for a PIC controller. Nevertheless, I am new to the
CAN "controller area network" standard. I was wondering if anyone knows of a
"good" complete book on the subject (hardware and software engineering). Not
just 500 pages of technical specifications. Perhaps one with some c/c++ code
examples? There are three I have found on http://www.amazon.com, but I am not sure
which one to buy?


       See Circuit Cellar Ink May & June 1995 issues. May 1995 issue covered
       CAN network principles; packet format, addressing, arbitration etc,
       The June issue covered a basic hardware implementation.

       Mike Schofield's canbus site (http://www.omegas.co.uk/CAN/) is also
       a good source, seems to have disappeared at the moment...


Regards,

- Andy.
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Andrew David, Software Manager, Ultronics Ltd
http://www.Ultronics.com



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