30 Mar '17, 8am

Via @element14:

Real-Time Ethernet takes traditional Ethernet but transports some protocols over it that can be deterministic. This means that message loss is not tolerated like in a non-industrial network. In a normal non-industrial network there is no guarantee that a packet will not be lost. It is up to the higher-layer protocol to re-send the packet if needed. Transmission Control Protocol (TCP/IP) is used to relieve the application layer (user applications) from the burden of reassembling packets of data and requesting retransmissions but these would cause delays that would be unacceptable in an industrial assembly line. To take one example, known as PROFINET IO, Real-Time Ethernet solves this typically by defining a type of ‘upper-class railway carriage’ type of scheme where there is a regular train time and the upper-class carriage portion of the train is never allowed to fill up w...

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