USB FOR NETWORKING
- MIGRATING to ETHERNET. Powell, Brian; Cheij, Dany // Test & Measurement World;Oct2004, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p35
Provides tips when migrating to Ethernet area network. Emergence of Ethernet and USB high-speed ports as new buses for instrument applications; Advice of employing the Virtual Instrument Software Architecture (VISA) in setting up instrument-control functions for Ethernet and USB; Features and...
- Executive Travel Laptop Kit. Hall, Sarah // Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;3/11/2005, Issue 1760, p40
The article presents information on a travel kit for executives. It includes a mini optical mouse with a retractable USB cable, as well as a retractable 8ft ethernet cable. The soft-tip rubber ear buds come with a cord that retracts into their own case. When travelling by air, you can use the...
- Portable devices get improved security. Savvas, Antony // Computer Weekly;3/30/2004, p38
With the increase in valuable enterprise data being carried by mobile workers, companies may be nervous about business plans falling into the wrong hands. To address this concern, Memory Experts International has launched a product to protect data even when a laptop or personal digital assistant...
- SiS Claims First USB 2.0, 802.11b WLAN Chipset. // Electronic News;9/22/2003, Vol. 49 Issue 38, pN.PAG
Reports on the claims of Silicon Integrated Systems Corp. (SiS) of having produced the first wireless local area network chipset that supports universal serial bus 2.0. Key features of SiS162; Encryption coding supported by hardware circuit engine of SiS162.
- Ethernet Unit. // Network Dictionary;2007, p181
A definition of the term "Ethernet Unit" is presented. It refers to the interface to the Management Bus Concentrator and the network management system (NMS).
- Bus Topology. // Network Dictionary;2007, p79
A definition of the term "bus topology" is presented. In networking, this refers to a LAN architecture in which all nodes are connected by a one linear bus. The length of the cable medium are propagated by transmissions from network stations and are received by all other nodes.
- Modules,Mezzanine Cards For Fast Delivery. // Electronic Design;4/14/2005, Vol. 53 Issue 8, p52
This article asserts that system complexity is growing while time-to-market times are shrinking. A designer can cope by taking advantage of someone else's work. A number of different approaches are available, and the best solution depends on the application. COM Express is the new standard. But...
- Big File, Slow Connection. Kissell, Joe // Macworld;Mar2006, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p78
The article presents information about several ways for sending a big computer file when the Internet connection is slow. The first step is to compress the file to ensure the size of the file. The next step is to find out the speed of the available Internet connection. If the cell phone supports...
- USB 2.0 Storage Zooms Ahead. Wood, Jack; Tallman, Orrin // Electronic News;01/15/2001, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p20
Focuses on the USB 2.0 storage interface technology from USB. Advantages of the technology; Comparison of the technology with IEEE 1394; Reason for the faster data transfer rate of the technology.