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J1939 BAM

In SAE J1939, the acronym BAM stands for Broadcast Announce Message and is a type of communication used by the Transport Protocol. BAM messages are used to send information which is larger than 8 bytes in size to all J1939 CAs and do not require handshaking.
The first message in a BAM indicates the number of bytes which are about to follow, the total number of data packets which are about to follow, and the PGN for the corresponding data. All of this header information is sent in a Transport Protocol Connection Management(TP.CM) frame, with the data contained in a Transport Protocol Data Transfer(TP.DT) frame.
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