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Old December 26th, 2006   #1
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Default ACK_TIMER Example Error

E1.20 Document Error
Section 6.6.3
ACK_TIMER states that the response is a 16bit unsigned field .... (PDL 0x02)

BUT the example that follows shows a response with a PDL of 0x04 and a 32 bit number, which is inconsistent.

Can we please agree that the response for ACK_TIMER is indeed 16bit?

Presumably a document Erratta needs to be submitted to Karl ?
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Old December 26th, 2006   #2
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ACK_TIMER is indeed 16-bit.
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