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Performance Analysis of a Master/Slave Switched Ethernet for Military Embedded Applications

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3 Author(s)
Mifdaoui, A. ; ISAE, Toulouse Univ., Toulouse, France ; Frances, F. ; Fraboul, C.

Current military communication network is a generation old and is no longer effective in meeting the emerging requirements imposed by the next-generation military embedded applications. A new communication network based upon Full Duplex Switched Ethernet is proposed in this paper to overcome these limitations. To allow existing military subsystems to be easily supported by a Switched Ethernet network, our proposal consists in keeping their current centralized communication scheme by using an optimized master/slave transmission control on Switched Ethernet thanks to the Flexible Time Triggered (FTT) paradigm. Our main objective is to assess the performance of such a proposal and estimate the quality-of-service we can expect in terms of latency. Using the Network Calculus formalism, schedulability analysis are determined. These analysis are illustrated in the case of a realistic military embedded application extracted from a real military aircraft network, to highlight the proposal's ability to support the required time constrained communications.

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Industrial Informatics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

Nov. 2010

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