RTDM Minimum Code Size Constant



This constant defines the Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) algorithm calculation minimum code size.

If it is set to YES, the Real-time Data Monitor (RTDM) library will be built including a pre-calculated polynomial table for the CRC algorithm. This method reduces the device CPU throughput required to calculate the CRC16 checksum.

If it is set to NO, the CRC16 value is calculated from scratch and the predefined polynomial values would not be loaded into the program memory. This mode saves 768 bytes of code, but requires more device CPU throughput to calculate the CRC16 checksum.



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