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A Sensor with Embedded Ethernet

CACH, P., FIEDLER, P., ŠVÉDA, M., PROKOP, M., WAGNER, M.

Originální název

A Sensor with Embedded Ethernet

Anglický název

A Sensor with Embedded Ethernet

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The popularity of Ethernet as an industrial communication bus is constantly increasing. However the original concept of the Ethernet, which was developed during seventies of the last century as communication technology for "office treatment," has to face some issues specific for industrial applications.  The concept of the Ethernet proved to be very successful and encountered issues are being addressed by modifications and extensions of the most popular 10/100 BaseT standard.

This paper describes some issues, which have to be addressed when developing a sensor with embedded Ethernet interface. The contribution discusses an industrial grade Ethernet connector, suitable power method and some other topics. An example of such developed sensors is described.

Anglický abstrakt

The popularity of Ethernet as an industrial communication bus is constantly increasing. However the original concept of the Ethernet, which was developed during seventies of the last century as communication technology for "office treatment," has to face some issues specific for industrial applications.  The concept of the Ethernet proved to be very successful and encountered issues are being addressed by modifications and extensions of the most popular 10/100 BaseT standard.

This paper describes some issues, which have to be addressed when developing a sensor with embedded Ethernet interface. The contribution discusses an industrial grade Ethernet connector, suitable power method and some other topics. An example of such developed sensors is described.

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@article{BUT46260,
  author="Petr {Cach} and Petr {Fiedler} and Miroslav {Švéda} and Miloš {Prokop} and Marek {Wagner}",
  title="A Sensor with Embedded Ethernet",
  annote="The popularity of Ethernet as an industrial communication bus is
constantly increasing. However the original concept of the Ethernet,
which was developed during seventies of the last century as
communication technology for "office treatment," has to face some
issues specific for industrial applications.  The concept of the
Ethernet proved to be very successful and encountered issues are being
addressed by modifications and extensions of the most popular 10/100
BaseT standard. 

This paper describes some issues, which have to be addressed when developing a sensor with embedded Ethernet interface. The contribution discusses an industrial grade Ethernet connector, suitable power method and some other topics. An example of such developed sensors is described.", address="World Scientific and Engineering Academy", booktitle="WSEAS Transactions on Circuits", chapter="46260", institution="World Scientific and Engineering Academy", journal="WSEAS Transactions on Circuits", number="1", volume="2", year="2003", month="october", pages="213--215", publisher="World Scientific and Engineering Academy", type="journal article - other" }