Real-time communication

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Real-time communication is a category of software protocols and communication hardware media that gives real-time guarantees, which is necessary to support real-time guarantees of real-time computing.[1]

The spacecraft communication network SpaceWire supports real-time communication.[2]

Time-Triggered Ethernet supports real-time synchronous communication in complex multi-hop Ethernet networks.

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