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In the section "Consortium" it might be stated, that Freescale and NXP were companies that replaced Motorola and Philips in the consortium. Freescale appeared there directly after spin-off from Motorola, but Philips stayed in the consortium a while after NXP was created. In fact, Philips remained core member until the specification work was finished.184.108.40.206 (talk) 12:46, 12 September 2012 (UTC)
The article talks about the signal encoding and clocking but missing the electrical/wiring stuff completely. Is it a differential 3/4/5/8 Wire system? It talks about the critics about lower voltage levels but does not compare to CAN. Is there a default connector? Termination at the ends? Maximum segment lengths?
After reading the article there are more questions than one had beginning to read. Flohoff (talk) 12:35, 24 November 2015 (UTC)