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  1. I am going through UG585 document and trying to understand the formulas for the can bus baud rate. I am using the example from SDK (xcanps_intr_example). I am trying to understand how they are arriving at those numbers. Ultimately I would like to set up the baud rate at 1 megabit per second. /* * The Baud Rate Prescaler Register (BRPR) and Bit Timing Register (BTR) * are setup such that CAN baud rate equals 40Kbps, assuming that the * the CAN clock is 24MHz. The user needs to modify these values based on * the desired baud rate and the CAN clock frequency. For m
  2. opethmc

    DMC60c CAN Bus

    I am looking at the DMC60c CAN protocol guide and also the software API reference manual. What are the API numbers needed in the CAN message to communicate with the DMC60c. For example if I wanted to send a voltage command using the function driveVoltage, what should go in the API field (Byte 1) of the message identifier? Thanks, matt
  3. Hello, I have the Zynq 7000 board (Z-7010). I'm trying to build a Vhdl Program that receives a Canbus Frame. I saw in the tutorial that There is a builtin Canbus Controller, where is the canbus Interface?should i use the standard interface? Is there a simple example of such a program? - I use the 2017.1 Vivado and the Z-7010 Board. Thanks.