Talk:MOST Bus

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MOST 25/50/150[edit]

Wouldn't it be good if the article explained about variants MOST 25, MOST 50 and MOST 150? The Seventh Taylor (talk) 15:36, 4 March 2011 (UTC)

Absolutely. MOST150 has been around (in development projects) since 2007. German wiki has it covered a bit more. Yakem (talk) 09:49, 4 April 2011 (UTC)
Ok, since this new article is an almost exact copy of the german page (without saying so... beware!), the wish for better coverage of other versions seems fulfilled. Yakem (talk) 07:36, 4 July 2011 (UTC)

Moved Page[edit]

Since the german article is named de:MOST-Bus, I understand why someone moved the contents from the original page of Media Oriented Systems Transport to this page. However, I think the original name of Media Oriented Systems Transport as the article name is better, as does the Spanish, Japanese and Portuguese pages. I vote for moving it back. Yakem (talk) 07:36, 4 July 2011 (UTC)

Ethernet over MOST?[edit]

I'm an engineer getting started on MOST. I recently completed SMSC's MOST training. I do not believe MOST150 includes an Ethernet channel as the article states. Thus I believe the following passage is incorrect, "MOST150 was introduced in October 2007 and provides a physical layer to implement Ethernet in automobiles." MOST150 is really just an extension of MOST50 in terms of bandwidth and more bits allocated to the control channel and nothing more. As far as my training took me, it was explained that there are only 3 channels (Control, stream, packet) in all versions (25, 50, 150) of MOST. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 12:48, 9 August 2011 (UTC)

It is true that MOST uses 3 channels, but it is also true that MOST150 supports Ethernet. Read this press release for a quick update, this book (avaliable online) for an edited view (especially chapter 5.8.2) or the specification documents to get it in technical terms. Yakem (talk) 14:30, 18 August 2011 (UTC)

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