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  • AIRSPAN NETWORKS CHOOSE COBHAM TO EXTEND BCL'S WIRELESS BROADBAND NETWORK
    BCL (Broadcast Communications Limited) is an experienced wireless solutions partner in the New Zealand communications industry supplying broadcast and telecommunications services for over 60 years. Today, its broadcast service covers nearly all New Zealanders. BCL's Extend wireless broadband
  • Embedded Ethernet and Internet Complete: Designing and Programming Small Devices for Networking
    Embedded Ethernet and Internet Complete: Designing and Programming Small Devices for Networking. This text shows how to extend the reach of your embedded systems with Ethernet and describes how to find out what hardware and firmware your devices need to communicate over a network.
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    the Internet Protocol (IP) network layer. The need to drive centralized policies for traffic prioritization through the uppermost application layer has led to a rethinking of how multilayer switching architectures for Ethernet are configured. ISSCC: Hitachi researchers extend battery life in standby
  • Medical Device Link .
    stands for controller area network, and is a real-time-capable communication network. CANopen, which is a standard, open architecture, can be used in many medical applications to simplify system development and device integration. CANopen can extend a medical device 's capabilities and accuracy
  • Designing Line Power Networks for FTTH Applications
    As Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) deployments in greenfield applications have saturated and telcos. begin to look at rehabbing existing neighborhoods, many carriers have begun investigating the. use of existing copper to extend the CO power to the subscriber's premises. This concept is. commonly referred
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Startup defines optical routing for metro networks Startup Optical Networks Inc. is launching a metropolitan-area optical-transport architecture based on a dedicated optical-networking operating system and on an optical-link-management protocol that connects wavelength-routed and traditional
  • Down with Downtime!
    to 25 network outages per year. (ref: DATA COMMUNICATIONS Magazine 1990). If we extend the numbers as stated, they relate to loss of productivity from $300,000 to $750,000 per year. The revenue loss is based on an average outage of less than one hour per month over the course of a year. Regardless
  • Using Fiber Media Converters with Copper Networks (.pdf)
    interference. As a general rule, shop floor and substation environments are not nearly as friendly as what you would find in an air conditioned office, and for this reason, engineers are now using Fiber Ethernet to extend transmission distance and protect data from the effects of EMI (electromagnetic
  • Wireless and secure
    , " needs no carrier frequency, as do other RF-wireless-network or communication technologies. UWB instead transmits a flood of ultrashort microwave pulses (on the order of 100 picosec in duration) that extend over an extremely wide band of energy covering several gigahertz. "By spreading impulse energy

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