10BASE-T1S is designed as the next-generation network to replace CAN/CAN-FD. Get an overview of new IEEE automotive ethernet standards 10BASE-T1S ethernet. This presentation will discuss how the new 10BASE-T1S standard supports and enables this new architecture in just 5 minutes.
10BASE-T1S is a type of Ethernet networking technology that uses twisted-pair cables to transmit data at a rate of 10 megabits per second (Mbps). It is designed for use in automotive and industrial environments where high levels of noise and electromagnetic interference may be present. The “T1S” in the name refers to the fact that the technology is designed for use in a single-pair environment, as opposed to traditional Ethernet technologies which use four pairs of wires. The “10BASE” part of the name indicates that the technology uses baseband signaling, which means that data is transmitted over a single channel at a time, rather than using multiple channels as in broadband signaling. 10BASE-T1S is commonly used in automotive systems, such as in-vehicle infotainment systems and advanced driver assistance systems, as well as in industrial automation and control systems.