CTA-2012

MOST Network Gateway for Aftermarket Products

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Organization: CTA
Publication Date: 1 July 2006
Status: inactive
Page Count: 19
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CEA-2012-A defines the requirements for implementing an aftermarket network based on the Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST®) specification. It is based on the MOST Specification. CEA-2012-A documents the subset of requirements needed to create an aftermarket MOST network that can be used independent of any vehicle network and can also be connected to a factory-installed network if the vehicle manufacturer chooses to provide a gateway function. CEA-2012-A provides an overview of the requirements. Specific implementations need to be developed using the detailed MOST specifications.

CEA-2012-A applies to any type of device connected to an aftermarket MOST network. Devices compliant with the normative provisions of CEA-2012-A interoperate with any other MOST compliant device.

CEA-2012-A addresses the MOST functions currently available and the system requirements needed to provide timing master, network master and connection master functions.

Document History

CTA-2012
July 1, 2006
MOST Network Gateway for Aftermarket Products
CEA-2012-A defines the requirements for implementing an aftermarket network based on the Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST®) specification. It is based on the MOST Specification. CEA-2012-A...
May 1, 2004
MOST Network Application
CEA-2012 defines the requirements for implementing an Aftermarket Network based on the Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST®) standard. It is based on the MOST Specification. CEA-2012 documents the...
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