1995-02-01

TTP/A - A Time-Triggered Protocol for Body Electronics Using Standard UARTS 950039

The TTP/A protocol is a character oriented time-triggered protocol for the design of low cost distributed real-time systems, particularly in the field of automotive body electronics. It is designed to operate with standard UART hardware interfaces to provide utmost compatibility with a large number of single chip microcontrollers. The distinguishing features of TTP/A over other protocols proposed for automotive body electronic applications are the support for composability in the temporal domain, the short error detection latency, and the protectiveness of the protocol.

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