Pengaruh Penggunaaan Pemancar-penerima pada Controller Area Network

R Mochammad Affan Bagus Satria, Awang Noor Indra Wardana, Nazrul Effendy

Abstract


Controller Area Network (CAN) is a communication network protocol that has been used in various fields as in automotive system to the industrial process. Input/output module as the CAN node in the network can be located nearby or distant from the controller. On the other hand, the CAN network must be designed to reduce the wiring harness significantly with latency as short as possible. CAN protocol can be built with and without the transceiver component. Analysis of the performance of both types of CAN network is conducted to know the exact distance to use transceiver. This research was conducted to analyze the impact of the transceiver on the latency of the CAN system, within the bus length variation. The transceiver and cable length variation were used as the factors of the statistical test that was conducted as the data analysis method in the research. The bus length varies from 50 m, 55 m, 60 m, 65 m, to 70 m. The two-way analysis of variance test and Tukey contrast test were used with a significance level of 0.05. There are three results of the two-way analysis of variance test, showing that significant differences have occurred on the effect of the transceiver, the bus length variation, and interaction between them, giving a p-value of 0.0003, 0.0008, and 0.0034 respectively. The results of the Tukey contrast test have shown that the latency of CAN systems without transceiver does not differ significantly on less than 65 m cable length. The analysis has concluded that the CAN system can well function without transceiver which is the cable length is less than 65 m.

Keywords : CAN, communication protocol, cable length variation, latency

 

Abstrak

Controller Area Network (CAN) merupakan suatu protokol jaringan komunikasi yang telah digunakan pada berbagai bidang seperti sistem kendaran bermotor sampai sistem industri proses. Modul masukan/keluaran sebagai node dalam jaringan CAN dapat terletak berdekatan dengan pengendali atau jauh dari pengendali. Di sisi lain, jaringan CAN harus memiliki sistem pengkabelan yang sederhana dan waktu latensi yang singkat. Jaringan komunikasi CAN dapat dibangun dengan menggunakan pemancar-penerima dan tanpa pemancar-penerima. Analisis performa dari kedua jaringan tersebut dilakukan untuk mengetahui pada panjang kabel berapa komponen pemancar-penerima dibutuhkan. Dalam penelitian ini, dilakukan analisis dari pengaruh komponen pemancar-penerima terhadap parameter latensi, dalam panjang kabel yang bervariasi. Terdapat dua faktor dalam melakukan analisis data, yaitu faktor komponen pemancar-penerima dan faktor variasi panjang kabel pada 50 m, 55 m, 60 m, 65 m, dan 70 m. Metode yang diimplementasikan dalam melakukan analisis data adalah uji analisis variasi dua jalur dan uji kontras Tukey, dengan tingkat signifikansi sebesar 0,05. Uji analisis variasi dua jalur memberikan tiga hasil nilai-p dari pengaruh pemancar-penerima, pengaruh variasi panjang kabel, serta interaksi dari keduanya, yaitu berturut-turut sebesar 0,0003, 0,0008, dan 0,0034. Hasil tersebut lebih kecil dari tingkat signifikansi yang digunakan, sehingga dapat ditarik kesimpulan bahwa komponen pemancar-penerima serta variasi panjang kabel mempengaruhi nilai latensi sistem secara signifikan. Hasil uji Tukey juga menunjukan bahwa selama panjang kabel kurang dari 65 m, latensi dari jaringan CAN tanpa pemancar-penerima tidak berbeda secara signifikan. Hasil analisis tersebut menunjukan bahwa bahwa jaringan CAN tanpa pemancar-penerima dapat digunakan dengan baik selama panjang kabel kurang dari 65 m.

Kata kunci : CAN, protokol komunikasi, variasi panjang kabel, latensi


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25077/jnte.v9n2.769.2020

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