Multi-protocol controller for Industry 4.0

With the R-IN Engine architecture described in this article, a device can process both network communications and complex applications simultaneously, with extremely low delays, low jitter and minimum power consumption. Thus a multi-protocol industrial automation product can be simply implemented using a fl exible, low-cost R-IN single-device approach.

By Andreas Schwope, Renesas Electronics Europe


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