According to TSN (Time-Sensitive Networking) standards, the recommended guidelines for guard bands between time slots in Qbv (quality of service-based scheduling) is an offset of… Read More »Recommended guidance for guard bands between time slots in Qbv?
In Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN), why is Precision Time Protocol (PTP) used for time synchronization instead of GPS/GNSS or SyncE? One of the critical features of… Read More »Why Is PTP used Instead Of GPS/GNSS Or SyncE?
IEEE 802.3br Interrupting & IEEE 802.1Qbu interspersing express traffic (IET) is a mechanism that allows high-priority traffic to override lower-priority traffic on a network. When… Read More »IEEE 802.3br & IEEE 802.1Qbu: The Next Evolution in Network Performance
Time synchronization is an essential aspect of networked systems and applications. One method for ensuring consistent time synchronization is through the use of IEEE 802.1AS,… Read More »Is IEEE 802.1AS Time synchronization important?
The IEEE 802.1Qbv is a groundbreaking standard that has revolutionized the way networks are managed and optimized. This protocol is designed to provide real-time shaping… Read More »Why should you care about the IEEE 802.1Qbv?