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Old 1st November 2011, 21:55   #1
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Hi,
Any body has knowledge about Most Protocol commonly used in latest cars for transferring data between car equipments through Fibre optics.
Any R&D guys here can throw some light and let me tell is there any computer centre teach MOST in Chennai or anyone can voluntary to guide me with some articles.
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/MOST_Bus
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What did you want to do with MOST bus? Did you want to write applications on compatible devices or did you just want to know how the communications works between devices in general?

I doubt if *any* computer center will teach anything like that. If one wants to write software on devices with MOST based communications, it is simple to use the API provided by Standard Micro or Vector Informatik. If one only wants to know more, one can start with Ring and Star topology networks and the ISO 7 layer model, and then read the MOST specs. "Protocol" (as implemented in the API) here refers to the sequence and contents of the frames that run up and down the 7 layers in each device.

MOST implements deterministic communications among a limited set of participants on the bus (both 1-to1 and broadcast). Knowing how Ethernet and TCP/IP works would help in understanding MOST. Unlike conventional master-less networks, in MOST networks one device gets to be the timing master.
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Yes, some what development & testing. I inform my team members and ask them to check it. Thanx. If you have any links, please share it.
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