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Receive Error - Time out while waiting for LIN ID

Last updated: 2018-08-27
Issue:
Receive Error - Time out while waiting for LIN ID
Solution:

The maximum LIN header time is exceeded.
Check the Master !!!
THeader_Maximum = 1.4 * THeader_Nominal


Example (CANoe.LIN as Master):

Default nominal header time:
THeader_Nominal_CANoeDefault (40 bit ) = (18 bit) sync break + (2 bit) sync delimiter + (10 bit) sync byte + (10 bit) id byte

linSetBreakLength()
With this CAPL function it is possible to change length of break/synch symbol parts.
Particularly the length of its synch break (dominant bits) and its synch delimiter (recessive bits).

linSetInterByteSpace()
With this CAPL function it is possible to set an inter-byte space for a specified frame and a specified byte filed. The byte field may belong to the frame header as well as to the frame response.

 
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2018-08-27
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