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 A common transceiver for the physical layer defined by ISO 11898-2 (high-speed) is NXP/Philips 82C250 and (improved version) 82c251. A common transceiver for the physical layer defined by ISO 11898-2 (high-speed) is NXP/Philips 82C250 and (improved version) 82c251.
-CAN transceivers are tested by the [[http://​www.cs-group.de/​ | C&S group]] (Germany) using the GIFT/ICT CAN High-Speed Transceiver Conformance Test. The paper [[http://​www.cs-group.de/​MunichGroupServer/public/documents/dev_spec/​CAN_HS_PL_Req_12.pdf ​High Speed CAN]] Specification,​ Requirements,​ Vehicle Manufacturers, ​explains the test in detail.+ 
 +CAN transceivers are tested by the [[http://​www.cs-group.de/​ | C&S group]] (Germany) using the GIFT/ICT CAN High-Speed Transceiver Conformance Test. The page [[https://​www.cs-group.de/​testing/conformance-tests/can-fd/ | Conformance Testing]] explains the test strategies ​in detail. The paper "​**Interoperability test specification for high-speed CAN transceiver or equivalent devices**"​ can be found there.
    
 Other transceivers are TJA1054 for ISO 11898-3 (low-speed fault-tolerant CAN FaultTolerantCAN) and AU5790 (for SAE J2411 single-wire CAN). Other transceivers are TJA1054 for ISO 11898-3 (low-speed fault-tolerant CAN FaultTolerantCAN) and AU5790 (for SAE J2411 single-wire CAN).

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