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What is a node in a CAN protocol?

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What is a node in a CAN protocol?
Is it a can controller by itself or a micro unit sitting in the network!
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The NODE is a "stupid" hardware that translate every event into a CAN message to transmit and every CAN message received into action ..
The core of the node is "a micro unit sitting in the network" ..

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