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    What is a superframe?


    The concept of a superframe is a combination of a series of consecutive time slots.A superframe is periodic with a period that is the sum of a set of time slots.All superframes in the WirelessHART network start with ASN 0, which is when the network is first created.Each superframe is then iterated cyclically in its own time period.Ype defines the type of time slot (such as send/receive/idle), src addr and dst addr are the source device address and the target device address, respectively, and channel offset provides the logical channel for communication.In order to support the hopping channel function, each device needs to maintain a valid channel list.


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