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Multiplexor or Multiplexed Singal(s) in CANdb++

Last updated: 2019-05-10
How to create multiplexor or multiplexed signal(s) in CANdb++?
  1. Create a signal and a message
  2. Add the signal to the message
  3. Right click on the signal within the message and select Edit Mapped Signal in the context menu.

  4. Go to Definition tab and select a Multiplexortypecandb++2.png

Please note, that just one multiplexor signal per message is possible.Only in some special cases (e. g. J1939) more than one multiplexor signal is possible.

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