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Wireless TSN: Opportunities, Challenges, and Industry Benefits of Extending TSN Capabilities over Wireless Networks

NOV
12
2020
12. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > Wireless Congress > Session 10: Technology

11:05-11:30 h | Virtual

Recent advances in 5G and IEEE 802.11 wireless connectivity technologies in providing low latency and high reliability have generated significant interest in extending TSN capabilities over wireless. Wireless communication systems are beneficial for many obvious reasons, including enabling flexibility and reducing wiring costs as well as enabling mobility. However, given the stochastic nature of wireless communications, enabling TSN capabilities that are interoperable and compatible with existing wired TSN standards is challenging. The industry is well on its way to making TSN capabilities over wireless a reality -- although most of the TSN standards and solutions developed so far are based on Ethernet, some of the fundamental TSN capabilities, such as 802.1AS-based time distribution, have already been extended to operate over 802.11/Wi-Fi and integration with 5G standards have also been developed. Despite the significant momentum and progress, more work is needed to bring Wireless TSN capabilities to market. This session introduces the basic terminology, use cases, and standards for extending TSN capabilities over wireless networks. It will highlight the opportunities and challenges associated with wireless TSN, and attendees will be presented with examples of wireless TSN in practice from members of the Avnu Alliance, the industry consortium driving open, standards-based deterministic networking.

Subjects: Wireless

Speaker: Suresh Kalyanasundaram (Intel Deutschland GmbH)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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Recent advances in 5G and IEEE 802.11 wireless connectivity technologies in providing low latency and high reliability have generated significant interest in extending TSN capabilities over wireless. Wireless communication systems are beneficial for many obvious reasons, including enabling flexibility and reducing wiring costs as well as enabling mobility. However, given the stochastic nature of wireless communications, enabling TSN capabilities that are interoperable and compatible with existing wired TSN standards is challenging. The industry is well on its way to making TSN capabilities over wireless a reality -- although most of the TSN standards and solutions developed so far are based on Ethernet, some of the fundamental TSN capabilities, such as 802.1AS-based time distribution, have already been extended to operate over 802.11/Wi-Fi and integration with 5G standards have also been developed. Despite the significant momentum and progress, more work is needed to bring Wireless TSN capabilities to market. This session introduces the basic terminology, use cases, and standards for extending TSN capabilities over wireless networks. It will highlight the opportunities and challenges associated with wireless TSN, and attendees will be presented with examples of wireless TSN in practice from members of the Avnu Alliance, the industry consortium driving open, standards-based deterministic networking.

Suresh Kalyanasundaram

Suresh Kalyanasundaram

Intel Deutschland GmbH

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