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  • Frequency Hopping and Unwanted Intruders
    All types of data transfer offer the opportunity for both data interception and injection. In wired systems, it usually takes some direct physical connection to gain access, with tampering being possible anywhere along the transmission wires. Radio systems, on the other hand, take the potential
  • Industrial Networks Get Synced Up
    and the media access control (MAC) layer. The TSU issues a precise time stamp whenever it senses a 1588 timing packet. The sequence of packets used to transfer time from the PTP master to a PTP slave can be visualized as shown here. Sync packets are stamped as they leave the master and arrive
  • Evolution of the RFIC Handset PAs
    that The new digital systems not only increased efficiency. of the phone but also enabled the addition. of new features such as short message service. (SMS) text messaging and downloadable content. With the increasing demand for data transmission. in addition to voice usage, third-generation. (3G) networks
  • Global Concerns Discussed at BIO
    By Bill Swichtenberg, Senior Editor While it may seem that pharmaceutical manufacturers are bitter enemies on the competitive battleground, it turns out that most of them have the same problems and concerns and are willing to help one another if possible. This was the message from the BIO
  • Internet Spam From Industrial Networks? It's Possible
    with unreadable text and symbols. Every so often it printed a typical spam message. Mr. Johnson found the printer was susceptible to a well-known Internet attack vector called FTP Bounce or FTP Echo. FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol, a common method of sending data from one computer to another
  • Smart Computing Article - Hosiden to Hz
    hosts are computers owned by ISPs (Internet service providers) or companies, and they handle coding and decoding information that is sent online. Messages are stored on the host until a user retrieves them. SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is used to send and receive message from
  • Smart Computing Article - IDE to imaging
    , both PCs and Macs can use FireWire ports and devices. Sony's i.Link, as well as other FireWire devices, are extremely fast. i.Link can transfer at 100Mbps (megabits per second), 200Mbps, and 400Mbps. Compared to USB (Universal Serial Bus), i.Link's bandwidth is 30 times bigger. USB also operates