Local Interconnect Network (LIN) is a serial communication protocol used in distributed systems, mainly in automobiles and other applications. It is a cost-effective solution for implementing distributed real-time control systems with many nodes. LIN is mostly used in Engine Control Units, Body Control Modules, and Instrument Clusters in the automotive industry. A LIN-trained Embedded Engineer is the perfect partner for designing and supporting LIN networks for successful completion of projects.
LIN protocol allows an embedded engineer to build cost-effective distributed systems with a large array of nodes. These nodes can be reconfigured, augmented or replaced without requiring to update the entire network. The network architecture also allows different types of controllers to communicate with each other without having too many level translators. As a result, an embedded engineer who understands LIN can design a highly efficient system that is both time and cost effective.
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