Time-Triggered Protocol (TTP)

What is? Time-Triggered Protocol (TTP)

Time-Triggered Protocol (TTP) is a communication protocol that is designed to provide a reliable and deterministic communication service for real-time systems. It is based on a time-triggered architecture, which means that communication is synchronized to a global clock, and messages are transmitted at fixed intervals.

TTP is typically used in safety-critical systems, such as automotive systems, aviation systems, and industrial control systems, where it is important to ensure that communication is reliable and deterministic. It is designed to provide a high level of fault tolerance, and it can operate in both deterministic and non-deterministic environments.

TTP uses a multi-channel communication architecture, which means that it can transmit multiple messages simultaneously over different channels. This allows it to support a wide range of communication requirements, including both point-to-point and multi-point communication.

TTP is a robust and reliable communication protocol that is well-suited for use in real-time systems that require a high level of determinism and fault tolerance.

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