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  • Wireless Networks for Industrial Automation
    the wires. Residential networks are easily justified using today’s inexpensive wireless components to avoid costly or unsightly wire installations. Industrial use is not quite so clear due to privacy and security problems and the potential for signal loss in plant environments. Industrial use must
  • Wireless Security with IEEE 802.11
    leaves you vulnerable to attack from someone with some basic network knowledge and some time on their hands. A Peek at the Technology. There are two basic aspects to wireless security: authentication and encryption. Simply put, a system uses authentication to check a user's credentials and determine
  • Overcoming Concerns about Wireless PACs and I/O in Industrial Automation (.pdf)
    This white paper discusses four concerns engineers may have when considering the use of wireless Ethernet for industrial automation: security, network performance and reliability, availability and cost of I/O components, and the necessity of choosing between wired and wireless solutions up front
  • Wireless Networking
    and expensive curiosity into a practical technology with range and speed. to rival traditional cabled networks. Wireless is evolving at a breathtaking rate. In this paper we examine current wireless networking technology and explain the basics. of how a wireless network is designed and how it works
  • Selecting an Industrial Wireless Solution
    infrastructure. It typically serves a room of mobile workstations or sites where it would be difficult to lay down network cables. Since the AP is the point of entry to the main network, it is where security issues are the most critical. Wireless serial device servers are the WLAN equivalent of serial
  • Industrial Wireless (.pdf)
    —The sheer distances between central control systems and remote sensors and equipment limited the feasibility. of early wireless systems, which had a range of only a few hundred feet. • Security—Early adoption of the IEEE 802.11 standards created a large number of security issues. These standards
  • Wireless Technologies for Hydroelectric Facilities
    in wireless, the technology. can go farther, communicate faster and provide increased reliability and security. Thanks to these improvements, many industrial users are adopting wireless technology. Understanding wireless technology and what is available is the key to making an. informed decision about
  • Wireless LAN inCBTC systems
    . PROFINET Gateways. EtherNet/IP Gateways. Network Management. Network Management Software. OPC Server. Media Converters. Ethernet/Fiber Media Converters. DSL Extender. Network Accessories. Ethernet SFP Modules. Automatic Backup Configurator. Fiber Bypass Unit. Wireless Accessories. Power Supplies