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CAN vs TTCAN | Difference between CAN and TTCAN

This page compares CAN vs TTCAN and mentions difference between CAN and TTCAN.

Specifications CAN TTCAN
Full form Controller Area Network Time-Triggered CAN
Messaging type Event triggered messages Event and Time triggered messages
Network synchronization Priority based arbitration Global reference time
Node control Autonomous Autonomous, master/slave
Message retransmission Supported Supported
Error management CRC Frame field, Bit monitoring, Bit stuffing, Error Frames, Overload frames Same as mentioned in CAN
bandwidth 125 Kbps maximum 10 Mbps maximum
physical 2 wire with interference protection 2 wire with interference protection
Applications Displays, alarm systems, lighting, A/C seat & mirror adjustments, power windows, windshield wipers, headlamps Engine, transmission, Steering, Braking, Suspension, Safety, Assistance, Diagnostics
Cost Medium Higher

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