Time-Triggered Communication helps readers build an understanding of the conceptual foundation, operation, and application of time-triggered communication, which is widely used for embedded systems in a diverse range of industries. This book assembles contributions from experts that examine the differences and commonalities of the most significant protocols including: TTP, FlexRay, TTEthernet, SAFEbus, TTCAN, and LIN. Covering the spectrum, from low-cost time-triggered fieldbus networks to ultra-reliable time-triggered networks used for safety-critical applications, the authors illustrate the inherent benefits of time-triggered communication in terms of predictability, complexity management, fault-tolerance, and analytical dependability modeling, which are key aspects of safety-critical systems. Examples covered include FlexRay in cars, TTP in railway and avionic systems, and TTEthernet in aerospace applications. Illustrating key concepts based on real-world industrial applications, this book:Details the underlying concepts and principles of time-triggered communicationExplores the properties of a time-triggered communication system, contrasting its strengths and weaknessesFocuses on the core algorithms applied in many systems, including those used for clock synchronization, startup, membership, and fault isolationDescribes the protocols that incorporate presented algorithmsCovers tooling requirements and solutions for system integration, including schedulingThe information in this book

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