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XiaoPing_Yang
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Does the chip have a CAN ?

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Anonymous
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Hello,

Our first PSoC 6 lineup for the PSoC 6 MCU architecture is the PSoC 63 Connectivity line, which does not have CAN. However, the PSoC 6 MCU architecture has been built to be flexible, meaning that additional features, such as CAN and other analog and digital features can be added. We do have plans for a PSoC 6 MCU lineup that supports so stay tuned!

Thanks for the question, and let me know if you have other questions!

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Anonymous
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Hello,

Our first PSoC 6 lineup for the PSoC 6 MCU architecture is the PSoC 63 Connectivity line, which does not have CAN. However, the PSoC 6 MCU architecture has been built to be flexible, meaning that additional features, such as CAN and other analog and digital features can be added. We do have plans for a PSoC 6 MCU lineup that supports so stay tuned!

Thanks for the question, and let me know if you have other questions!

Anonymous
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Is there anything about CAN that would prevent the physical layer from being implemented in PLD logic with software emulation of the higher layers?

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Anonymous
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A software implementation should be possible, I have never seen one though. You can also buy an external CAN controller IC that talks over SPI.