Chapter 14 Real-time protocols
Real-time local area networks are needed in a large number of automated applications where promptness, robustness and flexibility requirements are stringent.
Examples of such application areas are flexible manufacturing systems and airborne/shipborne/spaceborne systems.
In this report, two deterministic multiple access protocols intended for local area networks which use passive broadcast busses are presented.
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