HomeworkCANFrameAnalysis - 29-bit Extended CAN Frame Format...

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CAN Frame Analysis Homework The last page shows an Extended (29 bit Identifier) CAN Frame. Do the following: 1) Mark the graph with zeros and ones as we did in class 2) De-stuff the CAN frame 3) Identify the components in the frame using the Extended Frame Format (page 2) 4) Give the following values in binary notation Standard Identifier _____ Extended Identifier _____ RTR Bit _____ (what does this mean?) 5) Give the following values in decimal notation Data Length code _____ Data byte 1 _____ Data byte 2 _____ Data byte 3 _____ Data byte 4 _____ 1
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Unformatted text preview: 29-bit Extended CAN Frame Format 0 Start of Transmission XXXXXXXX XXX 11- bit Standard Identifier X Substitute Remote Request Bit X Identifier Extension Bit XX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX 18 Bit Extended Identifier X RTR Bit (1 = Request Transmission) XX Reserved XXXX Data Length Code (nr bytes that follow) XXXXXXXX Data Byte 1 XXXXXXXX Data Byte 2 XXXXXXXX Data Byte 3 XXXXXXXX Data Byte 4 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Cyclic Redundancy Check (15 bits) 1 CRC delimiter X Acknowledge slot bit 1 Acknowledge delimiter 1111111 End of frame (7 ones) 2...
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2010 for the course ABE ABE425 taught by Professor Tonygrift during the Spring '10 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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