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In remote frame means one node will send the request for knowing about the status of another node. then that node will send a remote frame.
My question is in that CAN Remote frame the node sends whose identifier in frame ?
Means if he send sender's ID then why and recievers ID then why ...
If the error counter of a node reaches 256 it goes to busoff condition.
My question is busoff condition means," bus is completely off" or "node is completely off in a bus".
Please suggest me some answar.
In a CAN frame if two nodes try to transmit at a same time, the arbitration occurs and then one node will gain the arbitration with highest priority.
My question is the node which is lost the arbitration ,there must be an error occurs by that node.
Please tell if there is an error then...
In a can protocol there is a one master node sends a identifier but that identifier is same for other two slave node.Then how the master node is communicating when he sends identifier ..if communicate then which slave node will respond ?
can doubt about in data frame
In the standard data frame the End Of Frame(EOF) and IFS(inter frame space) have the fixed format with 1.
If the last bit of the EOF is 0 then Overload frame starts.
My question is if last bit of the EOF is 0 then form error occurs but it must be ignored..why?
The error delimiter consists of 8 recessive bits.
After transmission of an error flag each station sends a recessive bit and monitors the bus untill it detects a recessive bit.
Afterthat each station sends 7 more recessive bits.
My question is why each station sends a single recessive bit ?