Category: Profinet Communication

Strowger switch

August 8, 2016 by zafer mehmood95

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Last modified August 19, 2016

Strowger switch

Strowger switch The Strowger switch was the first commercially successful electromechanical tolerator telephone system. It was invented by Almon Strowger and first patented in 1891. Due to the operational characteristics, it is also known as a step-by-step (SXS) switch. History Strowger switch Strowger, an undertaker, was motivated to invent an automatic telephone exchange

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Marconi Communications

August 3, 2016 by zafer mehmood95

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Last modified August 3, 2016

Marconi Communications

Marconi Communications Marconi Communications, the former telecom arm of the General Electric Company plc (GEC), was founded in August 1998 by the merger of GEC Plessey Telecommunications (GPT) to other GEC subsidiaries: Marconi SpA, GEC Hong Kong, and ATC South Africa . In December 1999, it became the main plc subsidiary of Marconi, formed omitted by renaming the entity GEC, when GEC defense arm, Marconi Electronic Systems

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Iowa Communications Network

July 28, 2016 by zafer mehmood95

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Last modified July 30, 2016

Iowa Communications Network

The Iowa Communications Network (ICN) is a managed fiber network designed by the state to provide equal access to Iowans with modern means of telecommunication. Iowa Communications Network Information The Iowa Communications Network provides high quality, full motion video; data; high-speed Internet connections; and telephony services to a variety of authorized users, which includes state and federal government

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OPEN Alliance SIG

July 22, 2016 by zafer mehmood95

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Last modified July 22, 2016

OPEN Alliance SIG

OPEN Alliance SIG The OPEN Alliance is a nonprofit, Special Interest Group (SIG) of mainly automobile and technology providers together to encourage widespread adoption of Ethernet networks as the standard in automotive networking applications. OPEN is an acronym for one pair Ethernet. The OPEN Alliance focuses on industry requirements for advanced driver assistance, comfort, and infotainment features, while the complexity

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FICON

June 29, 2016 by zafer mehmood95

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Last modified June 30, 2016

FICON

FICON FICON (Fibre Connection) is the IBM name for the ANSI FC-SB-3 Single-Byte Command Code Sets-3 Mapping Protocol Fibre Channel (FC) protocol. It is an FC layer 4 protocol used to map both IBM antecedent (either ESCON or parallel) channel-to-control-unit cabling infrastructure and protocol standard FC services and infrastructure. Topology is the fabric using FC switches and directors. Valid rates include 1, 2, 4, 8 and 16 gigabit

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Communications protocol

June 24, 2016 by zafer mehmood95

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Last modified June 27, 2016

Communications protocol

In telecommunications, a communication protocol, a set of rules that allow two or more entities of a communication system to provide information via some form of variation of a physical quantity. These are the rules or standard syntax, semantics and synchronization of communications, and errors recovery methods define. Protocols may be implemented by hardware, software, or a combination of both.

Interconnecting systems utilize well-defined

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Brocade Communications Systems

June 23, 2016 by zafer mehmood95

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Last modified June 23, 2016

Brocade Communications Systems

Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. is an American technology company Specializing in data and storage networking products. Originally known for its leadership in Fibre Channel storage networks, the company HAS expanded its focus to include a wide range of products for New IP and Third platform technologies. Offerings now include routers and switches optimized for data center, campus and carrier environments, IP and

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Public land mobile network

June 8, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified June 8, 2016

Public land mobile network

A public land mobile network (PLMN), as defined in the regulation of telecommunications, is a network which was founded and is managed by a public authority or by a recognized operating agency (ROA) for the specific purpose of providing land mobile telecommunication services to the public. A PLMN is identified by the Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC). Any operator providing mobile services

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Network Voice Protocol

June 7, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified June 7, 2016

Network Voice Protocol

Network Voice Protocol (NVP) was a pioneering computer networking protocol for transporting human speech than packetized communications. It was an early example of Voice over Internet Protocol technology. NVP was first in December 1973 implemented by computer researcher Danny Cohen of the Information Sciences Institute (ISI), University of Southern California, with funding from the Network Secure Communications

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T 38

June 7, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified June 13, 2016

T 38

T 38 is an ITU recommendation for allowing the transmission of fax over IP networks in real time. History The T.38 fax relay standard was conceived in 1998 as a way of faxes to be transported to over IP networks between existing Group 3 (G3) fax terminals. T.4 and related fax standards were published by the ITU in 1980, before the rise of the Internet. In winning the late 1990s, VoIP, or Voice over IP, began

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Configuring PROFINET Devices

June 2, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified June 2, 2016

Configuring PROFINET devices

PROFINET IO devices are configured using a configuration tool that acts as the IO-Supervisor. The IO-Supervisor uses a GSD file similar to the GSD files for Profibus common. Unlike Profibus GSD files, PROFINET IO GSD files are based on XML and carry much more information than the Profibus GSD. Because they are based on XML, are PROFINET GSD files called GSDML files (See a later section for more information on the GSDML

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Defunct Cox Wireless

June 1, 2016 by zafar mahmood

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Last modified June 6, 2016

Defunct Cox Wireless

Defunct Cox Wireless Cox previously offered mobile and wireless services in the United States four markets, including Orange County, California, Hampton Roads Virginia, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Omaha, Nebraska. Cox to market their wireless service as “Unbelievably Fair ‘due to a subscription for wireless offered them money back for unused minutes which it called” MoneyBack Minutes. ” This allows customers could for

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