In our training courses you will learn the basics of TSN and deepen the acquired knowledge with practical tasks on switches and end stations. After completing the training courses, you will be in the best position to assess the benefits of a TSN-based network architecture in your projects for mixed-critical real-time applications.
Fundamentals of TSN
In this training, we will go over TSN standards, synchronize clocks, and send time-triggered data streams according to IEEE 802.1Qbv.
TSN for experts
In this training, we will take a closer look at the BOBCAT and LS1028A switches, configure them for a real-time application using end stations with Intel and NXP technology.
Duration: One day
Language: German or English
Prerequisite: TSN basics
(1) Clock synchronization
(2) Time-triggered communication
(3) IEEE 802.1Qbv, Switch (BOBCAT Belden) configuration
(4) IEEE 802.1Qbv, Switch (LS1028A NXP) configuration
(5) IEEE 802.1Qbv, end station (Intel) configuration
(6) IEEE 802.1Qbv, end station (NXP) configuration
(7) Implementation of a real-time application
Network design and configuration
In this training, we use the AutoTSN framework to graphically model an example network and specify the real-time requirements of the applications. AutoTSN calculates a valid schedule for the applications based on the requirements.
TSN2Go Training suitcase
The following video shows the modular TSN2Go training suitcase used in our TSN training. Initial situation: A time-critical stroboscopic application shares the network with a video streaming application (mixed-critical). Challenge: TSN must be enabled. The switches and end stations must be configured correctly to keep the jitter of the stroboscopic application below 30 microseconds. Jitter higher than 30 microseconds can be perceived visually.