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Delay Analysis of AVB traffic in Time-Sensitive Networks (TSN)

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Dorin Maxim
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Ye-Qiong Song


Future autonomous vehicles and ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) need real-time audio and video transmission together with control data traac (CDT). Audio/video stream delay analysis has been largely investigated in AVB (Audio Video Bridging) context, but not yet with the presence of the CDT in the new TSN context. In this paper we present a local delay analysis of AVB frames under hierarchical scheduling of credit-based shaping and time-aware shaping on TSN switches. We present the eeects of time aware shaping on AVB traac, how it changes the relative order of transmission of frames leading to bursts and worst case scenarios for lower priority streams. We also show that these bursts are upper-bounded by the Credit-Bases Shaper, hence the worst-case transmissions delay of a given stream is also upper-bounded. We present the analysis to compute the worst case delay for a frame, as well as the feasibility condition necessary for the analysis to be applied. Our methods (analysis and simulation) are applied to an automotive use case, which is deened within the Eurostars RETINA project, and where both control data traac and AVB traac must be guaranteed. CCS CONCEPTS • Computer systems organization →Embedded systems; • Networks →Network reliability;
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Dorin Maxim, Ye-Qiong Song. Delay Analysis of AVB traffic in Time-Sensitive Networks (TSN). RTNS 2017 - International Conference on Real-Time Networks and Systems, Oct 2017, Grenoble, France. pp.10, ⟨10.1145/3139258.3139283⟩. ⟨hal-01614677⟩
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