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Configuration of Wireless TSN Networks

EasyChair Preprint no. 4405

5 pagesDate: October 15, 2020


Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) provides mechanisms to enable deterministic and real-time networking in industrial networks. Configuration of these mechanisms is key to fully deploy and integrate TSN in the networks. The IEEE 802.1 Qcc standard has proposed different configuration models to implement a TSN configuration. Up until now, TSN and its configuration have been explored mostly for Ethernet-based industrial networks. However, they are still considered “work-in-progress” for wireless networks. This work focuses on the fully centralized model and describes a generic concept to enable the configuration of TSN mechanisms in wireless industrial networks. To this end, a configuration entity is implemented to configure the wireless end stations to satisfy their requirements. The proposed solution is then validated with the Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication ultra-low energy (DECT ULE) wireless communication protocol.

Keyphrases: CNC, CUC, DECT ULE, IEEE 802.1 Qcc, NETCONF, network configuration, wireless TSN, YANG model

BibTeX entry
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  author = {Kofi Atta Nsiah and Kamil Alkhouri and Axel Sikora},
  title = {Configuration of Wireless TSN Networks},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 4405},

  year = {EasyChair, 2020}}
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