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- Wireless Ethernet Alliance extends compatibility initiative. Schweber, Bill // EDN;04/13/2000, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p30
Reports on the Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance's establishment of standards for high-rate-wireless-local area network products. Increase in the number of organization members; Implementation of interoperability tests; Contact information.
- WECA Marks Growth, Challenges. Albright, Peggy // Wireless Week;02/26/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 9, p22
Reports on the increase in the membership of the Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance (WECA) as well as the challenges the group faces as it marks it second anniversary in 2001. Goals of the group for its Wi-Fi brand name; Concern on its IEEE 802.11b standard; Efforts of the group in product...
- The Missing Link. Oprea, Dan; Dziadzio, Ed // Telecommunications - Americas Edition;May2002, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p46
Focuses on the integration of Ethernet with MPLS to generate profit out of break-even data transport services. Capability of Ethernet to handle shared medium-access connections; Viability of SLA-backed services.
- Instrument Ethernet links get standardized. Quinnell, Richard A. // Test & Measurement World;Mar2005, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p80
Focuses on the release of a new standard for controlling test instrumentation over Local Area Network. Use of Ethernet to connect test instruments; Mechanical and functional elements of LXI standard; Interest in the synthetic instrument possibilities offered by LXI.
- Wi-Fi certification list grows. McLaughlin, Patrick // Cabling Installation & Maintenance;Jun2001, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p54
Focuses on the Wi-Fi certifications awarded by the Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance (WECA) for wireless networking product interoperability. Number of total certified products; Comments of WECA vice chairman David Cohen on the search of companies for product certification; Recognition...
- Delivering on the promises of fieldbus. Caro, Dick // InTech;Jun2006, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p76
This article discusses the need for suppliers to support Foundation fieldbus high-speed Ethernet to achieve the potential of fieldbus. When the fieldbus standards effort began in 1985, many of the users on the committee had a similar vision, field instruments smart enough to perform most of the...
- BROADCOM DEBUTS 10-GIGABIT ETHERNET/FIBER CHANNEL TRANSCEIVER. // LAN Product News;May2003, pN.PAG
Reports that Broadcom Corporation has debuted the first single-chip serial 10-gigabit Ethernet/Fiber Channel Transceiver, the Broadcom BCM8703. Features of Broadcom BCM8703; Price and availability of the product; Information on other products of Broadcom Corporation.
- Power over Ethernet: Why do it? Ballast, Donna // Cabling Installation & Maintenance;Jul2004, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p10
Discusses the implementation of the Power Over Ethernet Standard by the International Electrical and Electronic Engineering Standards Board on June 2003 to provide communication network devices with single interface to both the data it requires and the power to process the data. Consideration...
- A higher standard? Mounsey, Stephen // Imaging & Machine Vision Europe;Apr/May2009, Issue 32, p16
The article discusses the standards necessary in the machine vision industry in the U.S. It highlights the standardized access to camera features especially to the Gigabit Ethernet cameras. The generic interface (GenI) for cameras consists of existing connectivity standards that help define how...