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Good, didactic and helpful book, but could be better 28. März 2011
Von André Quites - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A very good and helpful book, but could be a little better if avoided too much repetitions.

This book is very helpful for anyone who needs to speed the learning process, by providing the big picture of the protocol in a "comprehensible" and didactic way.

The author really seems a bit "pedantic" on his comments on the SAE and the standard, even though, from my experience, I have to agree with him with most of what he complains about the standard.

I only won't give it five stars because I agree with other reviews in what regards the repetitions.
I know sometimes it can be a good didactic technique to repeat important information, in different forms, in a kind of spiral approach. But the author seemed to copy and paste entire paragraphs throughout many chapters, over and over, what ends up being annoying.

Aside from that, I would recommend this book for anyone needing to learn the protocol, as a starting point, before taking the standards.
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Review of "Comprehensible Guide to J1939" 24. Februar 2009
Von David - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The "Comprehensible Guide to J1939" is a very helpful document that provides you with a basic understanding of the J1939 standard. I would recommend this brief book to anyone who wants to get started learning about J1939 - it's a good value for the price. The vendor selling this product fully met all my expectations.
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Technically good, but annoying 20. Juli 2010
Von Cdh Manning - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book provides a far better introduction and explanation of the J1939 protocol than the spec itself. Having written a J1939 stack from first principles using the official spec, I would rather have had this book.

I did find the author's style over pedantic. Yes, accuracy is important, but being over pedantic is just plain annoying and detracts from the readibility of the book.

He complains about trivial errors in the spec even though he makes some himself.

He complains at least three times that the spec uses mS for milliseconds but should not because S is the the abbreviation for siemens - the SI unit for conductance (ie. the inverse of ohms). This is rather pedantic as very few people ever use siemens and the engineers that wrote the spec were American, I believe, and would more likely have used mhos. As the author has lived in USA for many years, he should be aware that USA has not adopted SI and not expect perfect use of SI.

He even complains that the spec uses "packetized" which is not an official English word.

Even with these annoyances I found this a very worth-while book.
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Could be better. 18. Februar 2013
Von A reader in Montana - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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There is so much repetition that you wind up not knowing what parts to skip. I think he could have done this in about a third of the pages. It could also be more complete. Anyway, I did learn some things I didn't know.
I guess its the only book on the subject 6. Januar 2013
Von PJC - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Its like a cliff note review of a dictionary (the CAN J1939 standard) it just had an overview of the message standard and why use the CAN protocol. I was trying to find the details for what made a device CAN/ J1939 compliant. Most of the book dealt with bus arbietration, bit mapping of messages, CRC, error response, etc. But DiNozzo Slap me if this is not the crap which is worked out with the CAN controller that you use. It did not tell me how to build a truck widget so that I could be controlled or report Diagnostic Messages and maintenance information. I was also annoyed that complete paragraphs were repeated in different chapters.
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