This application discloses a controller area network (CAN) design and verification tool to identify periodic messages and sporadic messages that a control node is configured to transmit on a shared bus in a CAN design. The CAN design and verification tool can assign placeholders to a schedule table of the control node to define a message transmission schedule for the control node. The placeholders include at least one sporadic message placeholder configured to identify one of a plurality of minor time frames available on the shared bus for the control node to transmit any one of the sporadic messages. The CAN design and verification tool can determine a worst-case latency associated with delivery of a first one of the sporadic messages on the shared bus when the control node utilized the sporadic message placeholder to transmit a second one of the sporadic messages on the shared bus.
Please note there is up to 60 days of latency in this Status indicator for certain status conditions. You can obtain up-to-date Status indicator readings by ordering PAIR for the file.
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