ECONOMICAL IC SOLUTIONS FOR RELIABLE COMMUNICATION OVER NOISY CHANNELS
Yamar developed unique modulation and algorithms for DC power line communication over noisy channels, implemented in low cost semiconductors.
The IC devices proved to be reliable and simple to use due to the commonly used UART, LIN, CAN, SPI protocols.
Utilizing the DC-BUS IC devices
Signaling over power line
Modulation technique allowing robust byte oriented communication
UART communication over DC lines
Using UART protocol for robust byte transfer
Multi-channels over single cable
Multiple independent networks (CAN, LIN, UART, SPI protocols) communicate over single power line.
Message communication over noisy channels
Using narrow band modulation for message communication protected with error correction codes.
Signaling modulation is based on combinations of multiple phase shifts. It proved to be reliable over noisy power lines networks. The UART communication solution allows even single byte to be transferred on noisy channels.
Multiple networks communicate over single power line allowing simultaneous operation of LIN, CAN and SPI networks, each using different carrier frequency.
The technology is designed for the unpredictable communication behavior of power lines such as in vehicles, airplanes, LED networks, industrial, and more.
The DC-BUS technology was mainly designed for DC power lines, our customers are successfully using it over their AC power lines.
InnoTruck project (Example)
The InnoTruck project conducted by Prof. Gernot Spiegelberg uses Yamar’s power line communication technology for its lighting operation.
YAMAR ELECTRONICS Ltd.
A fabless semiconductor company since 1994. We develop and sell our unique devices for DC power line communication targeting wire saving. Customers in more than 51 countries use the devices in a wide range of applications; Automotive, Aerospace, Lighting, Battery monitoring (BMS) and more. The devices meet existing protocols such as UART, LIN, CAN, SPI, DMX512, and I2C keeping it simple to operate. Yamar engineers lead the LIN over DC powerline (DC-LIN) ISO 17987-8 standardization workgroup.
The innovation team continues to develop new technologies and products.