Wireless strategies

07/14/2006


Additional reading

The following white papers, case studies and application notes discuss how wireless technology is successfully being deployed in manufacturing, security issues, protocols, standards, applications and predictions. Click on the title to view.


Guidelines for use of Wireless Instruments for valve monitoring

Accutech

Robust Industrial Wireless Communications, Part I

Accutech

Robust Industrial Wireless Communications, Part II

Accutech

Wireless Instrumentation Spread-Spectrum vs. Fixed Frequency Licensed Protocol

Accutech

Wireless Monitoring of Industrial Safety Showers

Accutech

The Wireless Plant of the Future: From Roadmap to Reality

Apprion

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) Enable Manufacturing Performance Improvements

Chantal Polsonetti, ARC Advisory Group

IEEE 802.11 Suitability for Factory and Industrial Applications

Cirronet, Inc.

RF Power Options in ZigBee Solutions

Cirronet, Inc.

Wireless Communications for Industrial Applications

Cirronet, Inc.

Performance of Different Frequency Bands

ELPRO Technologies

Security Aspects of Wireless Devices: How secure are Elpro Wireless I/O and Wireless Gateway products?

ELPRO Technologies

Benefits of a Digital Field Architecture for Remote Wireless Applications

Damon Ellender, Emerson Process Management

Wireless Technology in Industrial Networks

Andreas Willig, Member, IEEE, Kirsten Matheus, Member, IEEE, Adam Wolisz, Senior Member, IEEE

Guide to industrial wireless printing

Intermec

M2M and the Supply Chain

Opto 22

Antennas %%MDASSML%% A Brief Tutorial

Phoenix Contact

The Reliability of Spread Spectrum Radio for Monitoring and Control in Industrial Environments

Phoenix Contact

Wireless Security on the Plant Floor

ProSoft Technology

Industrial Wireless LAN: Features, Applications, Examples

Siemens AG, Automation and Drives Group

Wireless Industrial Control and Monitoring beyond Cable Replacement

Konstantinos Koumpis, Lesley Hanna, Sira Technology Ltd.; and Mats Andersson and Magnus Johansson, connectBlue AB

Smart Sensor Platform for Industrial Monitoring and Control

Harish Ramamurthy, B. S. Prabhu and Rajit Gadh, Wireless Internet for the Mobile Enterprise Consortium, UCLA; and Asad M. Madni, BEI Technologies, Inc.

IEEE 802.15.4 Low Rate %%MDASSML%%Wireless Personal Area Network Coexistence Issues

Ivan Howitt, Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept., University of North Carolina at Charlotte; and Jose A. Gutierrez , RF/Communications Group, Innovation Center - Eaton Corporation, Milwaukee, WI

 

Resource links

For more information on how wireless technology can benefit your plant, click on the Resource Links listed below.


3eTI

www.3eti.com

ABB

www.abb.com

Accutech, a division of Adaptive Instruments

www.adaptiveinstruments.com

ADALET Wireless

www.adaletwireless.com

Apprion

www.apprion.com

ARC Advisory Group

www.arcweb.com

Cirronet, Inc.

www.cirronet.com

Control Engineering magazine

www.controleng.com

Dust Networks

www.dustnetworks.com

ELPRO Technologies

www.elprotech.com

Emerson Process Management

www.emersonprocess.com

Endress + Hauser

www.endress.com

Flowserve

www.flowserve.com

Foxboro Invensys

www.foxboro.com

HART

www.hartcomm.org

Honeywell

www.honeywell.com

Invensys Process Systems

www.invensys.com

ISA

www.isa.org

National Instruments

www.ni.com

OMNEX

www.omnexcontrols.com

Opto 22

www.opto22.com

Pepperl+Fuchs

www.pepperl-fuchs.com

Phoenix Contact

www.phoenixcon.com

ProSoft Technology

www.prosoft-technology.com

Sensicast

www.sensicast.com

Siemens

www.siemens.com

Smar

www.smar.com

Syclo

www.syclo.com

Symbol Technology

www.symbol.com

Yokogawa

www.yokogawa.com

ZigBee

www.zigbee.org





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