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The Rationale for Time-Triggered Ethernet

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1 Author(s)
Hermann Kopetz ; Hermann Kopetz, Tech. Univ. Wien, Vienna

Time-triggered (TT) Ethernet is a new real-time communication protocol that is fully compatible with Ethernet and provides in addition to the standard Ethernet service a deterministic real-time communication service for distributed real-time systems. This paper elaborates on basic concepts in real-time communication, elicits real-time communication requirements and discusses some innate conflicts that must be considered in any realtime protocol design. In the second part, the rationale and the principles of operation of TT-Ethernet are presented and common properties of all members of the TT-Ethernet protocol family are discussed.

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Real-Time Systems Symposium, 2008

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Nov. 30 2008-Dec. 3 2008