Suppose we have a multi-node CAN network with the ends of transmission line terminated with the standard 120 ohm. When the recessive state is on the transmission line, the voltage on both CAN_H and CAN_L will be 2.5V, so, when this state reaches the termination resistors at the end of the transmission line, the voltage at both ends of the termination resistor is 2.5V(voltage drop is 0V), so no current flows and voltage would see a high impedance state and should reflect back, but is not observed. What is the flaw in my explanation? Please explain in detail.
I don't clearly understand how this standard termination is actually suppressing reflections in recessive state?