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CANalyzer Training

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Class Description for Vector Informatik GmbH

Germany and all other countries

CANalyzer Workshop | 1-5 Days

Target Group
  • CAN Users
  • CAN Users working in the areas
    • Controller Development
    • Motor Vehicle Electrical
    • Test Planning and Execution
  • CANalyzer Users
  • CANalyzer and CANoe Users
Goals
  • Knowledge about the CAN/CAN FD protocol
  • CANalyzer as a tool for measuring and interpretation of data
  • Working with CANalyzer on a breadboard setup with real automotive ECUs
  • Developing programs in CAPL for analysis and modeling of network nodes
Facts
  • Duration: 1-5 Days
  • Training Hours:
    • Monday: 9:30am - 4:30pm
    • Tuesday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
  • Maximum Number of Participants: 14 Persons

Content
This workshop is divided into four separate modules, which together provide you with a comprehensive knowledge about the tool CANalyzer. In the first two modules you will learn the fundamentals of CAN and the functionality and practical use of CANalyzer as measurement, analysis and testing tool. In the third module, you will apply your acquired knowledge to perform extensive measurements and analysis on a real CAN network. The fourth module covers the practical use of the programming language CAPL within the CANalyzer environment.
Module 1: CAN Fundamentals
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
CAN Users
Prerequisites:
None
Goal:
Knowledge about serial bus systems in motor vehicles, physical characteristics of a CAN network and characteristics of the CAN and CAN FD protocol
Agenda
  • Introduction to CAN
  • Characteristics of the CAN Protocol
  • CAN FD
Module 2: Introduction to CANalyzer
Duration:
2 Days
Target Group:
CAN Users working in the areas
  • Controller Development
  • Motor Vehicle Electrical
  • Test Planning and Execution
Prerequisites:
CAN Fundamentals
Goal:
Understanding about the interpretation of data and the application area of CANalyzer as a measurement tool. Using the analysis functionality as well as saving measurement data. Use of the send options and the offline analysis of data been logged.
Agenda
  • Data Interpretation
  • Introduction
  • Measurement and Analysis
  • Filters
  • Data Logging
  • Send Options
  • Import and Export of Data
  • Offline Analysis
Module 3: CANalyzer in Practice
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
CANalyzer Users
Prerequisites:
Experience in working with CANalyzer
Goal:
Working with CANalyzer on a breadboard setup with real automotive ECUs
Agenda
  • Measuring Bus Communication of Automotive ECUs
  • Introduction to OSEK/VDX Network Management
  • Analysis of Multiple Networked CAN Bus Systems
  • Extensive Data Logging and its Evaluation (Offline Analysis)
  • Stimulation of ECUs
Module 4: Introduction to CAPL
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
CANalyzer and CANoe Users
Prerequisites:
Programming knowledge desirable but not a precondition
Goal:
Fundamental understanding of CAPL programs and their capabilities; usage of the CAPL Browser as a development environment; introduction into the CAPL syntax as well as into the basics of developing programs for analysis and modeling of network nodes
Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Features and Functions
  • Program Development
  • Tips and Tricks

Class Description for Vector Informatik GmbH

Germany and all other countries

CANalyzer Workshop | 1-5 Days

Target Group
  • CAN Users
  • CAN Users working in the areas
    • Controller Development
    • Motor Vehicle Electrical
    • Test Planning and Execution
  • CANalyzer Users
  • CANalyzer and CANoe Users
Goals
  • Knowledge about the CAN/CAN FD protocol
  • CANalyzer as a tool for measuring and interpretation of data
  • Working with CANalyzer on a breadboard setup with real automotive ECUs
  • Developing programs in CAPL for analysis and modeling of network nodes
Facts
  • Duration: 1-5 Days
  • Training Hours:
    • Monday: 9:30am - 4:30pm
    • Tuesday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
  • Maximum Number of Participants: 14 Persons

Content
This workshop is divided into four separate modules, which together provide you with a comprehensive knowledge about the tool CANalyzer. In the first two modules you will learn the fundamentals of CAN and the functionality and practical use of CANalyzer as measurement, analysis and testing tool. In the third module, you will apply your acquired knowledge to perform extensive measurements and analysis on a real CAN network. The fourth module covers the practical use of the programming language CAPL within the CANalyzer environment.
Module 1: CAN Fundamentals
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
CAN Users
Prerequisites:
None
Goal:
Knowledge about serial bus systems in motor vehicles, physical characteristics of a CAN network and characteristics of the CAN and CAN FD protocol
Agenda
  • Introduction to CAN
  • Characteristics of the CAN Protocol
  • CAN FD
Module 2: Introduction to CANalyzer
Duration:
2 Days
Target Group:
CAN Users working in the areas
  • Controller Development
  • Motor Vehicle Electrical
  • Test Planning and Execution
Prerequisites:
CAN Fundamentals
Goal:
Understanding about the interpretation of data and the application area of CANalyzer as a measurement tool. Using the analysis functionality as well as saving measurement data. Use of the send options and the offline analysis of data been logged.
Agenda
  • Data Interpretation
  • Introduction
  • Measurement and Analysis
  • Filters
  • Data Logging
  • Send Options
  • Import and Export of Data
  • Offline Analysis
Module 3: CANalyzer in Practice
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
CANalyzer Users
Prerequisites:
Experience in working with CANalyzer
Goal:
Working with CANalyzer on a breadboard setup with real automotive ECUs
Agenda
  • Measuring Bus Communication of Automotive ECUs
  • Introduction to OSEK/VDX Network Management
  • Analysis of Multiple Networked CAN Bus Systems
  • Extensive Data Logging and its Evaluation (Offline Analysis)
  • Stimulation of ECUs
Module 4: Introduction to CAPL
Duration:
1 Day
Target Group:
CANalyzer and CANoe Users
Prerequisites:
Programming knowledge desirable but not a precondition
Goal:
Fundamental understanding of CAPL programs and their capabilities; usage of the CAPL Browser as a development environment; introduction into the CAPL syntax as well as into the basics of developing programs for analysis and modeling of network nodes
Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Features and Functions
  • Program Development
  • Tips and Tricks
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