TTESwitch 3U VPX for Aircraft & In-Vehicle Electronics
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This robust 16 port 1Gbit/s Deterministic Ethernet switch is a powerful out-of-the-box high-performance solution capable of full-duplex speeds of 10/100/1000 Mbit/s.
TTTech’s 3U VPX TTESwitch is a rugged Ethernet switch designed for building robust and reliable networks in rotorcraft, aircraft and land vehicles.
The 16 port TTESwitch A664 3U VPX Rugged is a powerful out-of-the-box high-performance 3U VPX Ethernet switch capable of full-duplex speeds of up to 1Gbit/s
TTTech’s certifiable TTESwitch A664 A600 pro in the ARINC 600 form factor enables critical network-centric applications in harsh aerospace environments.
This TTEEnd System is equipped with three 10/100/1000 Mbit/s Ethernet P14 rear-I/O ports and supports three standard traffic classes.
The end system with three 10/100/1000 Mbit/s Ethernet P16 rear-I/O ports uniquely supports three standard traffic classes.
This ruggedized deterministic Ethernet network interface card for harsh environments enables hard real-time operation in distributed systems based on Ethernet networks.
The TTEEnd System A664 Production board supports time-triggered and ARINC 664-compliant traffic and offers high-integrity redundancy management.
The TTESwitch Controller Space from TTTech providing SAE AS6802, ARINC 664 p7 and IEEE 802.3 switch functions in a radiation-tolerant, highly reliable integrated circuit.
The TTEEnd System Controller Space from TTTech providing SAE AS6802, ARINC 664 p7 and IEEE 802.3 functions in a radiation-tolerant, highly reliable integrated circuit.
The switch supports multi-environment development efforts for hard real-time operations in distributed systems and three different traffic classes.
This TTEthernet-based development switch supports 12 Ethernet ports running at a maximum of 1 Gbit/s in full-duplex mode at a processing bandwidth of 24 Gbit/s.
Complementing the existing offering this monitoring switch supports fast online-mirroring of real-time data going through the operational ports of the switch.
This high-performance PMC/XMC card for development and laboratory environments supports three standard traffic classes.
This PMC form factor pluggable mezzanine card for network communication combines IEEE 802.3 with the safety-critical time-triggered technology from TTTech.
This solution brings time-triggered Ethernet communication technology to the XMC form factor. It can be used with PCIe, CPCIe, VME, VPX and VXS carrier boards.
This PCI form factor pluggable mezzanine card for network communication is compatible with IEE 802.3 Ethernet and enables data traffic with a bandwidth up to 1 Gbit/s.
The PCI express card enables real-time Ethernet communication between an embedded computer and TTE switches for redundant channels in a safety-critical system.
This TTEthernet development system supports the design of high-end systems. It supports a dual channel fault-tolerant system operating at gigabit speed.
This development system supporting the ARINC 653 interface is a starter kit for integrating TTEthernet’s deterministic network technology with the operating system VxWorks 653.
This component allows tight synchronization of VxWorks 653 partitions to the fault-tolerant system-wide cycle time of the TTEthernet communication network.
The TTECOM Layer ARINC 653 for controlling ARINC 653 IMA systems offers a powerful interface to applications running on TTEthernet-based networks.
TTEPlan is a TTEthernet/AFDX® network planning tool. Based on input provided as a system specification XML database, the TTEPlan tool creates the network configuration in a user-convenient way.
TTELoad is a Windows application suitable to configure a TTESwitch based on TTTech's TTEthernet switch IP that also supports bootstrap configurations of TTEswitches.
TTEBuild allows converting XML-based device configuration database files into binary configuration images required by the TTESwitches and the TTEEnd Systems.
AeroQ is an advanced DO-330-qualified tool for analysis and formal proof of heterogenous aerospace networks.