Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
K. Steinhammer, H. Kopetz:
Talk: Junior Scientist Conference,
- 2006-04-21; in: "Junior Scientist Conference - JSC 2006",
Time-Triggered (TT) Ethernet unifies realtime and non-real-time traffic into a single coherent communication architecture. It is intended to support different types of applications, from simple data acquisition systems, via multimedia systems up to the most demanding safety-critical real-time control systems which require a fault-tolerant communication service that must be certified. TT Ethernet distinguishes between two traffic categories: the standard event-triggered Ethernet traffic and the time-triggered traffic with temporal guarantees. The event-triggered traffic in TT Ethernet is handled in conformance with the existing Ethernet standards of the IEEE. The design of TT Ethernet has been driven by the requirement for certification of safety-critical systems and by an uncompromising stand with respect to the integration of legacy applications and legacy Ethernet hardware.
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