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Try to put the latest devices on top of each section and mark end-of-line products. Only specify the main parameters of the micro controllers and go more into deep with details about the CAN interface. Always try to put a link to the data sheet or manual.





Arasan announces its 2’nd Generation of CAN IP on May 2022. The CAN controller IP implements the ISO11898 (CAN2.0A, CAN2.0B) as well as TT-CAN, CAN-FD (ISO 11898-1.2015, plus earlier ISO, and Non-ISO Bosch specifications).It can be easily integrated with the host processor using standard AMBA AHB/AXI interfaces. The highly configurable controller core supports programmable Interrupts, data and baud rates, acceptance filters & flexible buffering schemes allows it to be fine-tuned to the specific need for the application. The defense and aerospace sectors in addition to automotive are a major target market for Arasan’s fault tolerant CAN IP.

CAN FD The CAN controller IP implements the ISO11898 (CAN2.0A, CAN2.0B) as well as newer high performance Non ISO CAN-FD protocols. It is compliant with ISO 11898-1:2015 DIS. The IP can be integrated into devices that require CAN connectivity commonly used in automotive and industrial applications. The ISO 11898-2.2015 version is planned for end of 2015. The IP provides an AHB-Lite slave interface for connecting to the CPU with the option of APB and it supports a 32-bit interface. Provided as Verilog HDL.

CAN XL supports CAN 2.0, CAN-FD & CAN-XL Specifications. Also supports original Bosch Protocol & ISO 11898 specifications for TTCAN (Time Triggered Operation) as specified in ISO11898-4. Easy to integrate with the Host processor using the AMBA-AXI standard interface.

Currently data sheet is available available only after registration.

8 bit Controllers

16 bit Controllers

32 bit Controllers


Stand alone CAN Controllers

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