Unified Diagnostic Services, is a communication protocol used in automotive diagnostics.
Wi-Fi is the radio signal sent from a wireless router to a nearby device, which translates the signal into data you can see and use. The device transmits a radio signal back to the router, which connects to the internet by wire or cable. What does Wi-Fi stand for? Ironically, it doesn’t stand for anything.
Bluetooth Protocol is a wireless technology standard for connecting fixed or mobile devices using short radio link. It aims at providing wireless communication along with small size, minimal power consumption and low price.
Bosch’s CAN protocol, first released in 1986, also provided advancements in communication. CAN is short for ‘controller area network’. Controller area network is an electronic communication bus defined by the ISO 11898 standards.
A proximity sensor is a sensor able to detect the presence of nearby objects without any physical contact. A proximity sensor often emits an electromagnetic field or a beam of electromagnetic radiation (infrared, for instance), and looks for changes in the field or return signa
The APDS-9960 is a serious little piece of hardware with built in UV and IR blocking filters, four separate diodes sensitive to different directions, and an I2C compatible interface.VCNL4035X01 integrates a proximity sensor (PS), ambient light sensor (ALS), a muxx, and a driver for up to 3 external IREDs / LEDs into one small package.
Modbus serial protocol (the original version) is a master/slave protocol, e.g. one master that controls the Modbus data transactions with multiple slaves that respond to the master’s requests to read from or write data to the slaves. In a standard Modbus serial network, there is one master and as many as 247 slaves, each with