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Safety critical LAN interfaces

by DragonPetter
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DragonPetter
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Apr16-12, 10:27 AM
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Hi,

I am curious if ethernet or arcnet are appropriate for safety critical applications. With the multiple levels of the OSI model, I assume there are many opportunities both for increasing and accidentally decreasing reliability, redundancy, and risk mitigation. Are there such things as safety rated drivers? I know that some PHY/MAC chips can be bought for extended operating temperatures. I know very little about the details of networking.

What about internet protocol like TCP/IP? Is this feasible for safety applications?
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