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 The NXP application note [[ http://​www.nxp.com/​documents/​application_note/​AN10211.pdf|AN10211]] (TJA1040 high speed CAN transceiver) explains in detail the //Split termination concept// The NXP application note [[ http://​www.nxp.com/​documents/​application_note/​AN10211.pdf|AN10211]] (TJA1040 high speed CAN transceiver) explains in detail the //Split termination concept//
-===== Low Speed Fault Tolerant CAN -- ISO 11898-3 ====== 
  
-===== High Speed with low-power mode -- ISO 11898-5 ===== +==== High Speed with selective wake-up functionality ====
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-===== High Speed with selective wake-up functionality ​ISO 11898-6 =====+
  
 Karsten Penno explaining NXP CAN Partial Networking in a [[http://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=8sU9ZWQNQY0|Youtube Video]] Karsten Penno explaining NXP CAN Partial Networking in a [[http://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=8sU9ZWQNQY0|Youtube Video]]
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 The article "​Energy saving in automotive electronics architectures",​ Thomas Liebetrau, Ursula Kelling, Tobias Otterer, Magnus Hell, all of them with Infineon Technologies AG, describes basics and application fields. Published "CAN Newsletter 4/2012, CiA. The article "​Energy saving in automotive electronics architectures",​ Thomas Liebetrau, Ursula Kelling, Tobias Otterer, Magnus Hell, all of them with Infineon Technologies AG, describes basics and application fields. Published "CAN Newsletter 4/2012, CiA.
  
-The ISO 11898-6 standard is now in the proof process and will be published before end of the year 2013.  
 =====  Road vehicles -- ISO 11992-1 ===== =====  Road vehicles -- ISO 11992-1 =====
  

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