Overview of Diagnostic over IP (DOIP), Ethernet Technology and Lightweight TCP/IP for Embedded System

@article{Robert2013OverviewOD,
  title={Overview of Diagnostic over IP (DOIP), Ethernet Technology and Lightweight TCP/IP for Embedded System},
  author={Stephan Robert and Jayasudha Js},
  journal={International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={4},
  pages={296-299}
}
  • S. RobertJayasudha Js
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science
The new generation vehicle will provide connectivity and telematics services for enabling vehicle communication. The diagnostic over IP in TCP/IP means enables a connection between diagnostic tool and in-vehicle nodes using IP protocols. In vehicle diagnostics, the diagnostic tools and vehicles are separated by an internetwork. The DoIP (Diagnostic over IP) standard is used to develop a prototype for vehicle diagnostics. The main aim of using IP into the family of automotive diagnostic protocol… 

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