Home / Electronics Articles / Advantages and disadvantages of controller area network (CAN) bus Advantages and disadvantages of controller area network (CAN) bus Author: Technical Editor Category: Electronics Articles 8 May 17 There are some important advantages of controller area network (CAN) bus are given below, It support multi master and multicast features. The CAN bus has maximum length of 40 meters. The CAN provides the ability to work in different electrical environment. It has maximum length of 40 meters. The controller area network (CAN) reduces wiring since it is a distributed control and this ensures enhancing of the system performance. It has single serial bidirectional line to achieve half duplex communication. It has standard bus in distributed network. It cost is low and lightweight network. It has automatic retransmission for message that lost attribution. There are some important disadvantages of controller area network (CAN) bus are given below, It has high software expenditure. Undesirable interaction more probable. controller area network – Bus Like5 Dislike8 Related Articles:Applications of controller area network (CAN) busWhat is IEEE 802.11?Difference between IrDA and BluetoothFeatures of universal serial bus (USB)Advantages and disadvantages of IEEE 802.11Advantages, disadvantages and applications of FHSS Tags:CAN Related Posts Following are the difference between waveguide and transmission line by Technical Editor Applications of IrDA (infrared data association) by Technical Editor Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name:* Email:* Website : Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.