Monday, June 26, 2023

Clock & Low Latency Secure NTP, PTP Video & Audio Sync network card (c)RS

Clock & Low Latency Secure NTP, PTP Video & Audio Sync network card (c)RS

Data Throughput:PTP,NTP,AES - Programmable logic, Why use this instead of a NIC ? or with a nic, Latency RS 2023-06-14 (c)RS

FPGA | FPMG Programmable clocks

PTP Official Clock generator,
In board multiplier,
On Die Cache
Precision enhancement Interpolation circuit
On Die Network translation, IP6 & IP4 with
Output Cache

In the case of low latency networking with EEC & Elliptic Curve integrated security:

Time clock +

Certificate Cache

AES output with certificate (can be static & cached)

Output Cache,
Security layer & IP Translation layer

(c)Rupert S 1h:00

Clock expander with parallel async gate activation

                / |
{Clock} |< |
               |< |
               |< |
               |< |
               \ |

[C] [E]

               / |
{Clock} |< |
               |< | = [CE]
               |< |
               |< |
               \ |

[CE] + Micro [E]

Value Large F16, F32, F64 & so forth


----- = Fraction

A = 100 - [Fraction] Until B


100 = [Value]A

0 = [Value]B

100 - [Fraction] (A - B)

Rupert S

Reasoning for the network NTP & PTP Audio & Video Sync device

The Network card & Devices are designed to provide high-precision synchronization for video and audio applications using NTP and PTP protocols..

It features a FPGA-based programmable clock generator that can produce multiple output frequencies and phases with low jitter and high accuracy.

The clock generator also supports NTP & PTP official clock functionality,
Which allows the network card to act as a master or slave clock in a NTP & PTP network.

The network card also has a FPMG circuit that can perform interpolation and scaling operations on the input and output clocks & an on-die cache that can store the clock data and reduce latency.

The network card also has a built-in network translation module that can handle both IPv4 and IPv6 protocols,
An output cache that can buffer the data packets before sending them to the network.

In addition, the network card has a security layer that integrates EEC and elliptic curve cryptography to protect the data transmission.

The security layer can also generate AES output with certificates that can be static or cached on the network card.

The network card also has a TPM module that can store the certificates and keys securely.

The network card is compatible with various video and audio formats and standards, such as Ethernet, Wifi & Radio, HDMI, DisplayPort, SDI, AES3, etc..

It can also support JIT compilation and machine learning applications using the resources of the FPGA and FPMG circuits.

Research and Development,

Rupert S

PTP Server Clock Sync with NTP
PTP Server Clock Sync

NTP64 Server (run after PTP)

Open Streaming Codecs 2023

The following diagram illustrates some of the possible components and functions of a programmable logic device for data throughput optimization:(c)RS

|-----------------| |-----------------| |-----------------|

| PTP official | | In-board | | On-die cache |

| clock generator |----| multiplier |----| |

|-----------------| |-----------------| |-----------------|

| | |

| | |


|-----------------| |-----------------| |-----------------|
| Precision | | On-die network | | Output cache |
| enhancement |----| translation |----| |
| interpolation | | | |-----------------|
| circuit | |-----------------|




| Time clock |




| Onboard TPM |




| Certificate |
| cache |




| AES output with |
| certificate |




| Security layer |
| and IP |
| translation |
| layer |


Data Throughput:PTP,NTP,AES Programmable Clock & Event Timer (c)RS

One of the challenges of modern network applications is to achieve high data throughput with low latency and high reliability.

Data throughput is the amount of data that can be transferred over a network in a given time.

Latency is the delay between sending and receiving data.

Reliability is the ability to maintain data integrity and availability.

One way to improve data throughput is to use programmable logic devices, such as field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) or field-programmable micro-gate arrays (FPMGs).

These devices can be customized to perform specific functions at high speed and efficiency, such as encryption, compression, filtering, routing, etc.

Programmable logic devices can also be configured to support different network protocols Such as:

Precision Time Protocol (PTP), Network Time Protocol (NTP), and Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).

PTP is a protocol that synchronizes the clocks of different devices on a network.

It is used for applications that require precise timing and coordination, such as industrial automation, test and measurement, and telecommunications.

PTP can achieve sub-microsecond accuracy over Ethernet networks.

NTP is a protocol that synchronizes the clocks of different devices on a network.

It is used for applications that require moderate accuracy and stability, such as web servers, email servers, and databases.

NTP can achieve millisecond accuracy over Ethernet networks.

AES is a standard for symmetric-key encryption.

It is used for applications that require data security and confidentiality, such as banking, e-commerce, and government.

AES can encrypt and decrypt data with 128-bit, 192-bit, or 256-bit keys.

Programmable logic devices can be used instead of or with network interface cards (NICs) to improve data throughput.

NICs are hardware components that connect a device to a network.

They are responsible for sending and receiving data packets over the physical layer of the network.Programmable logic devices can be integrated with NICs or replace them entirely,

depending on the application requirements.

For example:

A programmable logic device can be used as a PTP official clock generator providing a reference time for other devices on the network.

It can also implement an in-board multiplier, which increases the clock frequency of the device.

Additionally, it can have an on-die cache, which stores frequently used data for faster access.

A programmable logic device can also perform precision enhancement interpolation circuitry; Which improves the accuracy of the clock signal by interpolating between two adjacent clock pulses.

Furthermore, it can have an on-die network translation unit, which converts between different network protocols, such as IPv6 and IPv4.

Moreover, It can have an output cache, which buffers the outgoing data packets for smoother transmission.

In the case of low latency networking with error correction code (ECC) and elliptic curve integrated security, a programmable logic device can also provide additional features.

For example, a programmable logic device can have a time clock module that synchronizes with the PTP official clock generator.

It can also have an onboard trusted platform module (TPM), Which provides hardware-based security functions..

Such as key generation and storage.

Additionally, it can have a certificate cache; Which stores digital certificates for authentication and encryption.

A programmable logic device can also perform AES output with certificate verification..

Which encrypts the data packets with AES and attaches a digital signature for integrity checking.Furthermore,

It can have a security layer and an IP translation layer,

Which provide additional protection and compatibility for the data packets.

Some of the possible components and functions of a programmable logic device for data throughput optimization.

(c)Rupert S

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