Josef Nöbauer

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In order to fulfill the continuously rising communication demands within vehicles the usage of Ethernet as vehicle network is planned, since it is offering high bandwidth, robustness and has a high market penetration. The automotive industry has strong requirements with respect to safety and reliability; hence the introduction of new technologies is usually(More)
Today's premium vehicles are equipped with a multitude of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) which present additional driving information or even actively influence the vehicle behavior. These are normally highly distributed realtime systems which process information from distributed sensors like cameras or radar sensors. To fulfill the high data(More)
Ethernet based networks are a promising solution to increasing requirements in bandwidth and the growing complexity of in-vehicle networks. Besides reliability, safety and real-time capability, power consumption is one of the aspects that need to be addressed. In this paper we propose analytic models approximating the power consumption of Ethernet, Energy(More)
This paper presents a technology for transmitting power over an unshielded single twisted pair Ethernet data cable for automotive use cases. The BroadR-Reach™ [1] technology, describing a possible physical layer for Ethernet, is used. Because only one twisted pair cable is used, the power transmission is not compliant to the standard IEEE 802.3at(More)
Ethernet gains more and more interest by the automotive industry which uses already a couple of different in-vehicle networks. Together with an demand for the integration of the IP protocol and a steadily increasing bandwidth requirements, Ethernet based networks are researched for the usage in this area to cope with future needs [1]. Especially Ethernet(More)
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