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  • IEEE 1394 Tutorial
    You have probably heard the term FireWire if you have any interest in digital video -- or maybe you know it as Sony i.Link or as IEEE 1394, the offical name for the standard. FireWire is a way to connect different pieces of equipment so they can easily and quickly share information. IEEE 1394
  • Meeting IEEE 1394 (FireWire, iLink) Overcurrent Protection Requirements Using PolySwitch Devices
    , when these peripherals are connected to a power provider, they are simply "single connect and play". It is this kind of ease of use that is playing a significant role in driving. Environments where users are connecting devices in a powered network have their design challenges. The IEEE 1394
  • Digital Networks Link Servos To The Factory Floor
    The move to distributed networking for factory automation using Ethernet & TCP/IP is widely accepted, but there is also a move, perhaps not so obvious, to digitally networking servosystems using IEEE-1394. EDITED BY John R. Gyorki ServoWire networking based on the IEEE-1394 open standard simplifies
  • Automotive Network Application Note (.pdf)
    of several established networking standards such as LIN, CAN, MOST, IDB-1394, FlexRay, byteflight, Bluetooth for. embedded control, and others. Read the full story...
  • Instrument-Grade Data Acquisition with Ethernet Brings Precision Measurement and Control to Networks
    than industries are full of such systems that are still perfectly functional. However, new installations will require new PCs. The leading contenders to replace current peripheral buses (GPIB, parallel, and RS-. 232 serial) are the Universal Serial Bus (USB) and FireWire (IEEE-1394). Both offer high
  • ESD Suppression Technologies (.pdf)
    facility. Examples of these chips (which are the "brains" of today's electronic products) include microprocessors, USB transceiver chips, IEEE 1394 controllers, and video graphics chips.The are used in a host of devices such as computers (and peripherals), cell phones, PDA's, flat panel LCD displays
  • Robots get fired up
    . The modules feature absolute encoders and precision ground ball screws, repeatability to +-0.01 mm, and horizontal velocities to 1,200 mm/sec and vertical to 600 mm/sec. High-speed digital servo networks are paving the way to new control architectures for industrial robots. And the IEEE-1394 FireWire
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Group hopes to leapfrog 802.11 for wireless video A working group quietly kicked off an effort this week to bring the 1394 protocol over 802.15.3 wireless networks. Backers hope the approach could leapfrog efforts on 802.11 to provide a route for consumer electronics companies to send high quality

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