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Interbyte-Space Test in LIN Slave Conformance Test

Last updated: 2018-03-27

According to the LIN conformance test specification bit error tests for inter-byte spaces (time between two consecutive bytes caused by interrupt latencies) have only to be performed when the inter-byte space is greater or equal to 1 bit.

If the implementation of the slave-under-test makes sure that the inter-byte space is smaller than 1 bit the conformance test module has to be configured to deselect the inter-byte space tests (see below)

If the inter-byte space tests are performed for a slave implementation where the inter-byte spaces are smaller than 1 bit these tests will fail!

Correct configuration for slave implementations with inter-byte spaces smaller than 1 bit.

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