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L-com, Inc.


L-com, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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This white paper outlines specific installation considerations when installing a WLAN antenna including Fresnel Zones, LOS, reflection, multipath etc.... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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This white paper will cover a brief history of computer networking as well as the basics of how to set up an Ethernet Network. Other items covered include both wired and wireless network... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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This white paper will explain the difference between traditional commercial controlled environments and harsh, industrial environments as well as the type of cabling and interconnectivity products to... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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Chart illustrating the upper frequency limit of various interface types ...... (View Full Article)
(Bus Systems)
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Bus Strip Example: A multi-tap bus strip is a series of IEEE-488 recepticals (4 to8) wired in parallel that is...... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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The return loss chart illustrates why analog cable is different than digital cable.... (View Full Article)
(Video Equipment)
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View DVI connector interfaces that can be identified by pin configurations. Including: DVI-A, DVi-D and DVI-I...... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Products referenced in this video tip include 5.8 GHz Antennas, 2.4 GHz Antennas, and Coaxial Lightning Protectors/Arrestors... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Computing)
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This paper the IEEE-1588 Precision Time Protocol as the basis for real time applications in an automation network. Using IEEE1588, it is possible for the first time to synchronize, in the... (View Full Article)
(Power Supply and Conditioning)
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Hewlett Packard designed the original bus in the 1960's. It was later accepted as a standard in 1978 by IEEE/ANSI as IEEE-488. At the time, it was revolutionary, allowing many convenient applications.... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Computing)
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This paper the IEEE-1588 Precision Time Protocol as the basis for real time applications in an automation network. Using IEEE1588, it is possible for the first time to synchronize, in the... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Computing)
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This paper includes information on Layer 2 and 3 interoperability issues when deploying Ethernet/ IP as well as when to implement a hub versus a switch... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Computing)
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This white paper covers what is an Industrial Ethernet Network and what the advantages are to implementing one.... (View Full Article)
(Power Supply and Conditioning)
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Lightning and surge protectors are devices whose purpose is to eliminate transients (spikes) through a conductor (typically a cable) which are induced by nearby lightning activity. They are used to... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Computing)
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This paper includes information on Layer 2 and 3 interoperability issues when deploying Ethernet/ IP as well as when to implement a hub versus a switch.... (View Full Article)
(Communication Devices)
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multipoint antennas are typically focused or pointed to the base Omni antenna to complete the signal links. Mobile applications typically use Omni antennas to receive/send by establishing a link to... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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This White Paper provides an overview of Power Over Ethernet (PoE) and details the PoE variations that are used in today's telecommunications networks.... (View Full Article)
(Connectors)
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Reference guide helps you find the exact part you need. You may not know the name of every connector in the industry, but you know what you want. Compare our detailed pictures of popular DFP, DIN 5,... (View Full Article)
(Connectors)
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reference guide helps you find the exact part you need. You may not know the name of every connector in the industry, but you know what you want. Compare our detailed pictures of popular BNC, F, FME,... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Computing)
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Reference guide helps you find the exact part you need. You may not know the name of every connector in the industry, but you know what you want. Compare our detailed pictures of popular AUI,... (View Full Article)
(Fiber Optics)
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Reference guide helps you find the exact part you need. You may not know the name of every connector in the industry, but you know what you want. Compare our detailed pictures of popular FC, LC, MPO,... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Reference guide helps you find the exact part you need. You may not know the name of every connector in the industry, but you know what you want. Compare our detailed pictures of popular IEEE-1394... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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There are so many terms to know that even long-term veterans get confused. L-com will help keep you up to date in Signal Electronics, Connectivity, Cabling compiled in our glossary below. New terms... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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There are so many terms to know that even long-term veterans get confused. L-com will help keep you up to date in b> compiled in our glossary below. New terms are added as we get them so check back... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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In coaxial cable there is a trade off in center connector construction....... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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This techical artical covers the steps to run CTLB series cable through...... (View Full Article)
(Power Supply and Conditioning)
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This video shows the comparison between flammability ratings NEC National Electrical Code articles and the corresponding UL Underwriters Laboratories test methods...... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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A KVM swith is an active device that allows multiple CPUs to share one keyboar, Video Display and Mouse - hence the name KVM...... (View Full Article)
(Electrical and Electronic Contract Manufacturing)
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Polarization refers to the orientation of the electric field component of an electromagnetic wave with respect to the Earth's surface...... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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With easy integration into a standard LAN infrastructure, Power over Ethernet (PoE) allows both electrical power and data to be delivered to network devices through one standard network cable.... (View Full Article)
(Fiber Optics)
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A fiber cables bandwidth is dictated by the combined perfomance of all the modes, if oly several modes fall behind or get ahead...... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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In building congstruction the space used for air circulation (heating and air conditioning) is calle the plenum. This space is also commonly used to route communications cable . This poses a serious... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Computing)
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The primary use of 50 Ohm coaxial cable is transmission of a digital signal...... (View Full Article)
(Medical)
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The primary us of 75 Ohm coaxial cable is to transmit a video signal...... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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This white paper will cover a brief history of computer networking as well as the basics of how to set up an Ethernet Network. Other items covered include both wired and wireless network... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Computing)
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This white paper will explain the difference between traditional commercial controlled environments and harsh, industrial environments as well as the type of cabling and interconnectivity products to... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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This white paper covers where and when to employ Layer 3 routing at the edge of a network. This paper also provides definitions and applications for several widely used routing protocols including... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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Wireless communication involves the transport of voice, video and data using Radio Frequency (RF) or Microwaves. Radio Frequency is defined as a rate of oscillation or frequency within a range of... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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This white paper provides an overview of a relatively new technology, wireless USB. The paper details various deployment options as well as requirements for wireless USB.... (View Full Article)
(RF, Microwave, and Wireless Components)
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This white paper describes some differences between traditional enterprise networks and industrial networks and provides examples of some of the more popular wireless industrial networking... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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This white paper outlines specific installation considerations when installing a WLAN antenna including Fresnel Zones, LOS, reflection, multipath etc.... (View Full Article)
(Networking Equipment)
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This white paper covers the Ten Easy Steps to Wireless LAN Security. Topics include VPNs, WEP, and using ACLs for secure wireless computing.... (View Full Article)