Yamar developed the DC-BUS technology and semiconductors for communication over noisy power lines such as in vehicles.

Yamar's technology is based on unique patented modulation that allows transmission of one data byte or more over noisy channel (such as powerline) protecting the data against errors caused by the noise. The data is received in a fixed latency of 3.5 bits by all the other devices on that channel.
This simplicity of use enables customer to design his own protocol or use common industry protocols such as LIN. As an example, operating each backlight in a vehicle requires 7 wires, while using the DC-BUS only the powerline is required.
Yamar's devices were specially designed to operate reliably over noisy powerline as a UART transceiver at speeds up to 115Kbps, enabling transfer of any type of data.

The devices are already in mass production and evaluation by hundreds of customers in 34 countries. The devices are used in plurality of applications ranging from Aerospa...
Yamar developed the DC-BUS technology and semiconductors for communication over noisy power lines such as in vehicles.

Yamar's technology is based on unique patented modulation that allows transmission of one data byte or more over noisy channel (such as powerline) protecting the data against errors caused by the noise. The data is received in a fixed latency of 3.5 bits by all the other devices on that channel.
This simplicity of use enables customer to design his own protocol or use common industry protocols such as LIN. As an example, operating each backlight in a vehicle requires 7 wires, while using the DC-BUS only the powerline is required.
Yamar's devices were specially designed to operate reliably over noisy powerline as a UART transceiver at speeds up to 115Kbps, enabling transfer of any type of data.

The devices are already in mass production and evaluation by hundreds of customers in 34 countries. The devices are used in plurality of applications ranging from Aerospace, Automotive, Energy-management Micro-grid and even toys. The UART and LIN protocols allow any customer to simply implement its own software. The devices were designed to meet automotive AECQ-100 and EMC requirements.
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