Introduction to CAN (ISO 11898)

CAN logic to general logic
  • Data frame: a frame containing node data for transmission.
  • Remote frame: a frame requesting the transmission of a specific identifier.
  • Error frame: a frame transmitted by any node detecting an error.
  • Overload frame: a frame to inject a delay between data or remote frame.
  • Arbitration ID: This is different for different nodes and acts as a unique identifier to each node.
  • Data Length Code represents the bytes of data in the message.
  • Data: The data sent or received.
  • SOF and EOF are used to separate messages.





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