High Speed Sensor and Display Applications and Their Communication in Cars

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High Speed Sensor and Display Applications and Their Communication in Cars
The amount of processing power, software, communication, and data rates are continuously increasing; in all industries and also in automotive. In vehicles the need for higher data rates is driven by more electronic functions in general, but especially by ever more potent sensors, cameras, displays and high performance ECUs. Use cases in the realm of driver assistance (with the ultimate goal to support automated driving) spur the need for immediate availability of raw sensor data. The communication technology of choice for this purpose is often one of the many Automotive SerDes variants that allow for the asymmetric transmission of data in the multi-Gbps range.
The basic principle of SERializing-DESerializing (SerDes) as such is old, and also the automotive industry has seen its first deployment of the then called “LVDS” a while back (around the year 2000 the first car manufacturers introduced SerDes links for digital parking aid cameras). However, the importance, the choices, and capabilities of automotive suitable SerDes technologies are drastically growing just now. This book is justified, among other, especially by the following aspects:
- The field of application of the technology is greatly expanded by areas such as 5G connectivity
- The data rates are increasing
- automotive suitable SerDes standards available. This boosts the interest of third party support suppliers like test houses and tool vendors in the technologies
This book provides a holistic view on SerDes deployment in cars. It will help readers to understand the current eco system of different technical solutions. The goal is to generate a profound understanding for the specific requirements, by not only explaining the technologies but by providing context and background. Readers will learn how the standards can be incorporated into a fully unified End to End system.
High Speed Sensor and Display Applications and Their Communication in Cars
The amount of processing power, software, communication, and data rates are continuously increasing; in all industries and also in automotive. In vehicles the need for higher data rates is driven by more electronic functions in general, but especially by ever more potent sensors, cameras, displays and high performance ECUs. Use cases in the realm of driver assistance (with the ultimate goal to support automated driving) spur the need for immediate availability of raw sensor data. The communication technology of choice for this purpose is often one of the many Automotive SerDes variants that allow for the asymmetric transmission of data in the multi-Gbps range.
The basic principle of SERializing-DESerializing (SerDes) as such is old, and also the automotive industry has seen its first deployment of the then called “LVDS” a while back (around the year 2000 the first car manufacturers introduced SerDes links for digital parking aid cameras). However, the importance, the choices, and capabilities of automotive suitable SerDes technologies are drastically growing just now. This book is justified, among other, especially by the following aspects:
- The field of application of the technology is greatly expanded by areas such as 5G connectivity
- The data rates are increasing
- automotive suitable SerDes standards available. This boosts the interest of third party support suppliers like test houses and tool vendors in the technologies
This book provides a holistic view on SerDes deployment in cars. It will help readers to understand the current eco system of different technical solutions. The goal is to generate a profound understanding for the specific requirements, by not only explaining the technologies but by providing context and background. Readers will learn how the standards can be incorporated into a fully unified End to End system.
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BMW is an innovation leader in the car industry in many respects. To be at the forefront always meant that BMW was an early adopter for new communication technologies and has driven many respective standardization projects (e.g. MOST, FlexRay, Ethernet); the latest of which addresses Automotive SerDes. Continental, as one of the largest Tier 1 suppliers, works at the forefront of automotive sensor development and has, by definition, an excellent overview on the different communication and SerDes technologies used in the industry.

Kirsten Matheus joined BMW in 2009, and is responsible for the timely availability of standardized communication technologies within BMW. In this role she established “Automotive Ethernet” as an in-car networking technology within the automotive industry. The respective book, which she co-authored with Thomas Königseder on the topic, is well known in the industry. Her responsibilities today comprise the project lead for and standardization of Automotive SerDes.
Michael Kaindl joined BMW in 1990, and has worked with in-vehicle communication technologies ever since. He started with the first UART-based communication technologies, worked on all major networking technologies such as LIN, CAN, FlexRay, and Ethernet. Today, he is responsible for the physical layer of the high speed communication technologies Ethernet and SerDes within BMW.

Helge Zinner has more than 15 years of experience in the automotive industry, having held system architecture positions with major Tier1 supplier. He has been working in the area of research and development of high speed transmission technologies for infotainment and automated driving applications.

BMW is an innovation leader in the car industry in many respects. To be at the forefront always meant that BMW was an early adopter for new communication technologies and has driven many respective standardization projects (e.g. MOST, FlexRay, Ethernet); the latest of which addresses Automotive SerDes. Continental, as one of the largest Tier 1 suppliers, works at the forefront of automotive sensor development and has, by definition, an excellent overview on the different communication and SerDes technologies used in the industry.

Kirsten Matheus joined BMW in 2009, and is responsible for the timely availability of standardized communication technologies within BMW. In this role she established “Automotive Ethernet” as an in-car networking technology within the automotive industry. The respective book, which she co-authored with Thomas Königseder on the topic, is well known in the industry. Her responsibilities today comprise the project lead for and standardization of Automotive SerDes.
Michael Kaindl joined BMW in 1990, and has worked with in-vehicle communication technologies ever since. He started with the first UART-based communication technologies, worked on all major networking technologies such as LIN, CAN, FlexRay, and Ethernet. Today, he is responsible for the physical layer of the high speed communication technologies Ethernet and SerDes within BMW.

Helge Zinner has more than 15 years of experience in the automotive industry, having held system architecture positions with major Tier1 supplier. He has been working in the area of research and development of high speed transmission technologies for infotainment and automated driving applications.

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