The "normal" TrbNetEndPoint
consists of up to 16 TrbNetIOBUF
. Special endpoints for dedicated
reasons have only a subset of TrbNetIOBUF
in order to keep ressources small.
The interface to the users logic is provided by the TrbNetAPI
consists of an TrbNetIBUF
and an TrbNetOBUF
which are connected via control lines. They must be connected since the TrbNetOBUF
must send am acknowledge once the
has read a complete buffer (2 buffers can be stored in one TrbNetIBUF
are connected to the TrbNetIOMultiplexer
. It merges the media direction interfaces of all buffers and directs the incoming data to the right IBUF.
Wherever two or more media interfaces are to be connected or two or more applications need access to the same channel, a TrbNetHub
Information on endpoints can be found in TrbNet16BitInfo
If you only need to write and save registers within your application over the network, you can use TrbNetRegIO
A description of all generics used to configure the network is given in TrbNetConfiguration
For a list of all files needed for the trbnet see TrbNetFiles
16 bit version
Some information about the new 16 bit version of the network entities can be found in TrbNet16BitInfo
is a description of the three standardized interfaces.