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Bhagyalakshmi
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how do we calculatre the memory consumption while from the time CAN message received, stored and sent it on the gateway.

for example

Memory consumption details (of RAM, NVM if used) while from the time CAN message received, stored and sent to spi

please provide some de

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SDESA
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Hi @Bhagyalakshmi ,

>> The RX and TX handlers carry out all message handling operations. The RX handler controls the filtering of received messages for acceptance, the transfer of messages from the CAN core to a message RAM, and the status of received messages. The TX handler provides transmit status information and moves transmit messages from the message RAM to the CAN core.

>> overall message RAM size can be different for each Traveo device. Please refer device specific datasheet for message RAM size

>> The size of your data frame, which primarily depends on user application, determines how much memory is used during CAN operation.

 

Please refer the application link 

Please refer the section from Arch TRM  :

23.1 Overview

23.4 Message RAM

Thanks,
Shubham

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SDESA
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Hi @Bhagyalakshmi ,

Could you please mentioned Traveo T2G board you are using in your application?

Thanks,
Shubham

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hi its a 64 pin package traveo board

 

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hi its a 64 pin package CYT2B9 

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SDESA
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Hi @Bhagyalakshmi ,

>> The RX and TX handlers carry out all message handling operations. The RX handler controls the filtering of received messages for acceptance, the transfer of messages from the CAN core to a message RAM, and the status of received messages. The TX handler provides transmit status information and moves transmit messages from the message RAM to the CAN core.

>> overall message RAM size can be different for each Traveo device. Please refer device specific datasheet for message RAM size

>> The size of your data frame, which primarily depends on user application, determines how much memory is used during CAN operation.

 

Please refer the application link 

Please refer the section from Arch TRM  :

23.1 Overview

23.4 Message RAM

Thanks,
Shubham

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