TSNs are gaining traction of automotive, industrial IoT, and audio/video applications.
Time-sensitive networks (TSNs) are moving beyond their legacy pro-audio applications and into applications such as automotive systems, and industrial data-acquisition and control. Additional future applications are sure to follow, such as military and aerospace.
While many of the TSN standards are already in place, some are still in revision. As reported in Time-Sensitive Networks Find New Applications, the UNH-IOL is adding three TSN testing services (automotive, industrial, and audio/video) to its portfolio.
This week's questions come from a href="http://2016.tsnaconference.com/sites/2016.tsnaconference.com/files/"target="_blank">Time-Sensitive Networks, a primer by Michael D. Johas Teener and from "Industry collaboration with UNH-IOL's new Time Sensitive Networking related Consortia," a press presentation from the lab's consortia announcement. As always, answers appear on the last page.
1. Which is the overall standards group for time-sensitive networks?
- IEEE 1588
- IEEE 1722
- IEEE 802.3
- IEEE 802.11
- IEEE 802.1
- IEEE 1394
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