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AUTOSAR software handles CAN/MOST gateway implementation

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AhmadNasser
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re: AUTOSAR software handles CAN/MOST gateway implementation
AhmadNasser   1/20/2011 3:35:24 PM
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John, you missed the link the article: http://www.automotivedesign-europe.com/en/autosar-basic-software-for-can-most-gateways.html?cmp_id=71&news_id=222901315&vID=35

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johnswolter   1/19/2011 7:03:03 AM
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Mark, Where's the circuit diagram? Where's the PCB layout? Do you have a picture of one solution that you actually built? Have you written the programs to demonstrate it working? Is the design public domain so we can use it as a starting point? How about a YouTube video explaining how to get it up and running? Cheers. ------------------------- John S. Wolter Wolter Works - Engineered Applications - Android OS products - Embedded Systems - Software Development - Cloud based sensor networks - Internet Messaging & M2M Networks - Supporting Web Services Development - Mailto:johnswolter@wolterworks.com - Desk Phone: 734-408-1263 - Cell phone: 734-904-8433 - USA, Eastern Standard Time, -5 GMT, -4 GMT DST

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