A Real-Time Ethernet Network at Home

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Hanssen, F. and Hartel, P. and Hattink, T. and Jansen, P. and Wijnberg, J. and Scholten, J. (2002) A Real-Time Ethernet Network at Home. In: Euromicro International Conference on Real-Time Systems, June 19 - 21, 2002, Vienna, Austria (pp. pp. 5-8).

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Abstract:This paper shows the current state of our research into a home network which provides both real-time and non-real-time capabilities for one coherent, distributed architecture. It is based on a new type of real-time token protocol that uses scheduling to achieve optimal token-routing in the network. Depending on the scheduling algorithm, bandwidth utilisations of 100% are possible. Token management, to prevent token-loss or multiple tokens, is essential to support a dynamic, plug-and-play configuration. Our network will support inexpensive, small appliances as well as more expensive, large appliances. Small appliances, like sensors, would contain low-cost, embedded processors with limited computing power, which can handle lightweight network protocols. All other operations can be delegated to other appliances that have sufficient resources. This provides a basis for transparency, as it separates controlling and controlled object.
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