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Question 1
FlexRay communication is not restricted to any specific physical topology. However, which of the following physical topologies is not possible due to the communication principle?
Question 2
To minimize the risk of failure, FlexRay provides for a layout of the communication channel.
Question 3
What is the maximum data rate at which the communication channel can be operated in a FlexRay cluster?
Question 4
The FlexRay cluster is based on a communication architecture, whose core property is static, time-defined initiation of actions in the distributed system.
Question 5
Which bus access method represents the foundation for data communication in a FlexRay cluster?
Question 6
Star truncation is the amount of time an active star coupler needs to reach its operating state. Therefore, the transmission of each FlexRay message must begin with a defined bit sequence. What is this bit sequence called?
Question 7
Physical signal transmission in the FlexRay cluster is based on the transmission of voltage differences. Is this a true statement?

Question 8
The FlexRay nodes use a special algorithm to correct their local clocks in such a way that all local clocks in the FlexRay cluster run synchronous to a global clock except for a defined deviation. Which methods are used here?
Question 9
Every FlexRay message is made up of three parts: header, payload and trailer. Which information is transported in the trailer?
Question 10
The header of a FlexRay message comprises bits.