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In-vehicle Network Verification from Application to Physical Layer

Infineon Technologies AG-Georg Pelz, Juergen Schaefer, Dieter Metzner, Magnus Hell, Adam Opielka
Published 2004-03-08 by SAE International in United States
The verification of an in-vehicle network often requires to look at more than one level of abstraction at a time. At the moment, this is not addressed by existing methods, which are dedicated either to physical or application layer, but not both. This paper fills this gap by introducing a methodology to insert the protocol related software execution as well as the motor behavior into the physical layer mixed-signal (i.e. analog/digital) simulation. Electronics and mechanics are covered by the hardware description language VHDL-AMS, while the software is given in C.
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Investigations of a Direct Injection System with a “Simulatable Specification” of Smart Bridge Driver ICs

Centro Ricerche FIAT S.C.p.A.-Claudio Genta, Alberto Manzone, Paolo Santero
Infineon Technologies AG-Dieter Metzner, Jürgen Schäfer
Published 2003-03-03 by SAE International in United States
The concept of “Simulatable Specifications” is applied to a Smart Bridge-Driver-IC in order to support an integrated development process of a Direct Injection System. It is demonstrated that the impact of the IC concept on system performance can be investigated long before first Silicon is available. Thus, considerable time in systems development can be saved and, in addition, the feedback loop for conceptual redesigns of the chip is reduced by up to 60 percent.
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Integrated Mechatronic Design and Simulation of a Door Soft Close Automatic with Behavioral Models of Smart Power ICs

Infineon Technologies AG-Dieter Metzner, Jürgen Schäfer
Robert Bosch Schließsysteme GmbH-Michael Langfermann, Gregor Büdding
Published 2002-03-04 by SAE International in United States
Based on the example of a door soft close automatic the potential of integrated system simulation in the automotive systems development is demonstrated. The modeling approach is covering several physical domains like mechanics, electromagnetics and semiconductor physics. With adequate simplifying methods a time efficient model is generated, which allows system optimization in the concept phase. Time consuming redesigns can thus be minimized.
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