ROS 2 Multi-Node Communication TSN Accelerated Application

by: AMD

Synchronized Real Time Clocks are a key enabler for automation of complex processes and a deterministic behavior of a system with multiple sensors, actuators, and controllers. The Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) Subsystem from AMD offers Time synchronization and the time-aware transmission of Ethernet Frames with low jitter. Because it comes with two external interfaces, it can be used for larger networks without needing an external TSN switch.


  • Synchronization of real-time clocks in a network of TSN nodes (IEEE 802.1AS-2020)
  • Time-aware transmission of Ethernet Frames with low frame jitter, including Stream Identification (802.1Q-2018 Clause and clause 8.8)
  • Frame pre-emption allowing pause and resume to give interspersing traffic priority (802.1Q-2018 Clause 6.7.2, 802.3-2018 section 7 clause 99)
  • Wire speed Best Effort Traffic
  • Complete application including HW design
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No, the app does not require any experience in FPGA design.

This app is free of charge from AMD.

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