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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    The Future of Railway Wireless Communications Networks

    In many ways the technologies underlying train communications systems have advanced little in the time since the first modern rail systems were established 200 years ago. Many rail networks still use basic "Mark I eyeball" visual signaling systems that would not be unfamiliar to a locomotive operator from the 1800s....

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Building a Perfect Industrial Telemetry System: Seven Key Features

    Telemetric Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems promise tremendous efficiency and reliability advantages for remote industrial operations, but their implementation can seem a daunting challenge. Telemetry and wireless technologies have made monitoring systems possible in applications that were previously too remote or distributed for conventional cabling. However, in building...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    One Gateway That Can Do It All

    The question that motivated the development of Moxa's new MGate EIP3000 Ethernet/IP to DF1 Gateway is, "How can leverage the customers' existing systems, including devices, wiring, topology, and configuration, to provide an integrated solution in the most optimal way?" With the new generation MGate EIP3000 Ethernet/IP to DF1 Gateway, user's...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    High Speed Roaming for Better Mobility

    In mobile applications that involve multiple Access Points (APs), roaming also called handover refers to when a client moves between two or more access points, and the speed of the mechanism used to effect the roaming mechanism can be crucial to a project's success. As the client physically moves from...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    GPRS Solves Address Issues

    General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) is a communication technology that allows data acquisition systems to overcome the difficulty of cabling for wide area remote sites. GPRS applications are becoming more and more prevalent due to the ease with which they can be implemented, but the dynamic IP address issues associated...

    Provided By Moxa

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Requirements for Ethernet Networks in Substation Automation

    Ethernet offers numerous advantages that make it the communication medium of choice for substation automation systems around the world, including superior range, versatility, and speed. However, there are special considerations that must be made in order to ensure maximum performance and reliability for the conditions and requirements of power substations....

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    IPv6-Ready Ethernet Switches for Industrial Networking

    As of September 2007, nearly 80% of the world's IPv4 address capacity was exhausted, leaving only 20% for future Internet users. In recent years, the demand for IPv4 addresses has steadily accelerated due to rapid population growth, broadband deployment, and global demand for unique addresses for communication applications such as...

    Provided By Moxa

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    The Future of Railway Wireless Communications Networks

    In many ways the technologies underlying train communications systems have advanced little in the time since the first modern rail systems were established 200 years ago. Many rail networks still use basic "Mark I eyeball" visual signaling systems that would not be unfamiliar to a locomotive operator from the 1800s....

    Provided By Moxa

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Building a Perfect Industrial Telemetry System: Seven Key Features

    Telemetric Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems promise tremendous efficiency and reliability advantages for remote industrial operations, but their implementation can seem a daunting challenge. Telemetry and wireless technologies have made monitoring systems possible in applications that were previously too remote or distributed for conventional cabling. However, in building...

    Provided By Moxa

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    One Gateway That Can Do It All

    The question that motivated the development of Moxa's new MGate EIP3000 Ethernet/IP to DF1 Gateway is, "How can leverage the customers' existing systems, including devices, wiring, topology, and configuration, to provide an integrated solution in the most optimal way?" With the new generation MGate EIP3000 Ethernet/IP to DF1 Gateway, user's...

    Provided By Moxa

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Requirements for Ethernet Networks in Substation Automation

    Ethernet offers numerous advantages that make it the communication medium of choice for substation automation systems around the world, including superior range, versatility, and speed. However, there are special considerations that must be made in order to ensure maximum performance and reliability for the conditions and requirements of power substations....

    Provided By Moxa

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    IPv6-Ready Ethernet Switches for Industrial Networking

    As of September 2007, nearly 80% of the world's IPv4 address capacity was exhausted, leaving only 20% for future Internet users. In recent years, the demand for IPv4 addresses has steadily accelerated due to rapid population growth, broadband deployment, and global demand for unique addresses for communication applications such as...

    Provided By Moxa

  • White Papers // May 2009

    GPRS Solves Address Issues

    General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) is a communication technology that allows data acquisition systems to overcome the difficulty of cabling for wide area remote sites. GPRS applications are becoming more and more prevalent due to the ease with which they can be implemented, but the dynamic IP address issues associated...

    Provided By Moxa

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    High Speed Roaming for Better Mobility

    In mobile applications that involve multiple Access Points (APs), roaming also called handover refers to when a client moves between two or more access points, and the speed of the mechanism used to effect the roaming mechanism can be crucial to a project's success. As the client physically moves from...

    Provided By Moxa