Nelson, Todd
October 2003
EDN Europe;Oct2003, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p55
Trade Publication
Discusses the fundamental defining characteristic of powered device (PD). Voltage of PD signature impedance; Detections of a valid PD by power-source equipment; Management of classification signature.


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