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Merchant demand for GaAs devices continues to be centered upon MMIC-based products targeted at the wireless sector and this drove GaAs device industry revenues up to $3.9 billion in 2008.

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Merchant demand for GaAs devices continues to be centered upon MMIC-based products targeted at the wireless sector and this drove GaAs device industry revenues up to $3.9 billion in 2008.

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MUNICH, Germany — In order to enable system integrators to implement deterministic time-triggered networking in complex distributed systems, TTTech Computertechnik AG (Vienna, Austria) has developed a network adapter that support the company's Time Triggered Protocol (TTP).

The adapter can be used with all standard modules supporting the PMC interface. Customers benefit by faster time-to-market for TTP-based systems as well as by cutting cost of ownership, the vendor promises. In addition, TTP networks facilitate the development of reusable platforms and support the separation of application and system interface development.

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TTP is a communications protocol for fault-tolerant real-time systems which need defined system interfaces. According to TTTech, The use of the PMC card makes system integrators independent of underlying communications architecture, PHY, network topology and embedded host hardware.

The card makes use of Austriamicrosystems' AS8202NF communications controller as well as of Freescale's MPC5567 standard host processor. All modules based on a PMC adapter can be integrated into a deterministic network, an important feature in the design of safety-relevant distributed applications.

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