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Design and analysis of RT-Ring: a protocol for supporting real-time communications

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3 Author(s)
Conti, M. ; Nat. Res. Center, Pisa, Japan ; Donatiello, L. ; Furini, M.

Real-time applications, such as process control signals and multimedia transmission, are being increasingly deployed in networks. These applications produce a type of traffic with stringent timing requirements whose transmission is critical as it has to be completed within its deadline. This can be performed only using protocols that support real-time traffic transmission. We propose a new real-time protocol, called RT-Ring, able to support transmission of both real-time and generic traffic over a ring network. RT-Ring provides both network guarantees and high network resource utilization, while ensuring compatibility with the emerging differentiated service architecture. Network guarantees are fully proved and high network utilization is highlighted by a comparison study with the FDDI protocol. This comparison shows that RT-Ring network capacities are greater than the corresponding FDDI capacities

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Factory Communication Systems, 2000. Proceedings. 2000 IEEE International Workshop on

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