CAN bus, CAN-FD and ARINC-825-4 IP, Components and Boards are availble with the SnS option.
Additionally, these hardware and software solutions support 11-bit and 29-bit CAN messaging. Secondly they provide capability for transmitting and receiving messages for various lower-level and higher-layer protocols. For instance, this includes ISO-11898-5, CAN 2.0, CAN-FD, ARINC-825-4, CANopen, SAE J1939, and lastly, DeviceNet4. They can operate at data rates up to 4 Mb/s and provide configurable options to support the CAN bus and ARINC-825-4 standards.
For CAN bus and ARINC-825, Sital offers intellectual property (IP) and board-level solutions with included software. In brief, these all implement Standard, Extended and Remote Frames; include an 8-bit Message_ID filter, with filtering based on the Message ID, and also the first two data bytes, including a power Monitor (listen-only) mode; 8-message Transmit and Receive FIFOs; loopback mode for self-test. Lastly, options to either enable or disable
For support of CAN-FD and ARINC-825-4. Sital implements the CAN-FD physical layer. This includes enabling different data rates for arbitration and data transfers. This along with CAN-FD’s bit timing requirements. Sital’s IP and boards also implement the CAN-FD frame structure. This includes 64-byte data fields. Specifically for the operation of the FDF, IDE, RRS, BRS and SRR bits. Lastly, delays before and after the ACK (acknowledgement) bit and either 17-bit or 21-bit CRCs.
For ARINC-825, Sital implements the ARINC-825 modified DLC (data link control) field, Identification Service. Secondly, CAN bus bandwidth management. In addition to message prioritization during arbitration, Sital’s bandwidth management includes support of both synchronous, periodic messages and asynchronous messages. Thus implementing minor and major frames; balancing bus loading. Then controlling the transmission rate of each node. And Then performing bus load calculations. Sital’s CAN bus products also provide the ARINC-825-4 Periodic Health Status Message (PHSM) as well as Management Information Base functionality.
For its CAN bus/ARINC-825 solutions, Sital offers an option for its Safe and Secure (SnS) Technology. Thus by means of enhanced physical layer monitoring, Sital’s SnS provides continuous cyber authentication for detecting “spoofing” (or impersonating) nodes on CAN or ARINC-825 buses. In addition, Sital’s SnS also provides electrical fault detection. This enables detection and location of faults such as intermittent or continuous open or short circuits in data bus and stub cabling, couplers, connectors, connected LRUs and bus terminations.
Further, for CAN bus, Sital offers denial of service (DoS) mitigation. This feature provides a low-level hardware means for preventing CAN bus nodes from transmitting continuously on a CAN bus. This guarantees that if a node on a bus is running malicious or erroneous software, that it can’t “take over” all of the bus’s bandwidth. As a result, this feature ensures that all nodes on the bus will have the opportunity to transmit.
Sital’s PhysiCAN board comes with Windows GUI software. The GUI enables users to configure the board for their specific topologies and applications and to view the occurrence of incidents of spoofing nodes and electrical faults in real time. In addition the PhysiCAN GUI used as a development platform for embedding Sital’s CAN bus SnS IP.
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CAN-FD and ARINC-825-4 controller FPGA IP core. These devices provide a complete, integrated, cost-effective solution for avionics.
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This as well as Ground vehicle and Automotive applications.
In particular, implementing the CAN 2.0B specification and can be configured to comply with ISO-11898, as well as CAN 2.0, CAN-FD, ARINC-825-4, CANopen, SAE J1939, and lastly
CAN-FD and ARINC-825-4 controller FPGA IP core.
Above all The Safe and Secure CAN bus IP Core (“SnS CAN IP”) is a simple implementation of a CAN bus 2.0 compliant digital controller henseforth, an interface with built in cyber resilience and electrical fault detection, as well as location capabilities.
The SnS CAN IP offers advanced network security and health monitoring capabilities. This while maintaining compliance with the CAN bus, CAN-FD and ARINC-825-4 standards using industry standard CAN bus transceivers.
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The CAN bus Sequencer GRIP and PhysiCAN SnS GRIP are portable. These are USB Boards for CAN bus. CAN-FD and ARINC-825-4. The PhysiCAN SnS GRIP version includes Sital’s patented Safe and Secure (SnS) technology. Included are board support 11-bit and 29-bit CAN messaging. They also provide capability for transmitting and receiving messages. Including various lower-level and higher-layer protocols including ISO-11898. Also including CAN 2.0, CAN-FD, ARINC-825-4, CANopen, SAE J1939, and lastly DeviceNet4.
Both boards are provided with Windows API/library/driver software. In addition, the PhysiCAN board also comes with Windows GUI software.
The GUI enables users to configure the board for their specific topologies and applications. Allowing a view of the occurrences of incidents of spoofing nodes and electrical faults. This is in real time!
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Sital’s mission is to provide safe and secure databus communication solutions. Our worldwide customers rely on Sital’s novelty to resolve the most challenging data bus problems while optimizing production quality and cost.