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Our last post covered the technologies for Wi-Fi 6 and 6E. If you’ve decided that you want some of that good stuff in your network, you need to make sure your cabling plant is ready.
2020년 3월 5일
In the first of this two-part post, we’ll discuss the new and upcoming Wi-Fi 6 standards and the performance benefits. Our subsequent post will cover how to make sure that your cabling plant is ready.
2020년 2월 27일
Last month, we published a blog about the various industrial Ethernet connectors including M-series and some new small form factor connectors like the iX and emerging single-pair Ethernet connectors. But what good is a connector designed to withstand the industrial environment without a cable that offers the same protection?
2020년 2월 20일
Industrial Ethernet is very sensitive to delays caused by dropped or damaged data frames (sometimes called packets). Just a few dropped or damaged packets can cause a machine to shut down. These problems are often intermittent and can be caused by harsh industrial environments.
2020년 2월 13일
Planning to attend the upcoming BICSI Winter Conference & Exhibition on February 9-13 at the Tampa Bay Convention Center in Tampa, FL?
Fluke Networks is offering plenty of educational opportunities to learn all about fiber, Industrial Ethernet and more. And you can stop by the Fluke Networks’ Booth #310 during exhibiting hall hours for hands-on demonstrations and one-on-one time with our experts.
2020년 2월 6일
Have you ever carefully calculated insertion loss during the design phase and then passed your permanent link testing after installation only to find out that the channel isn’t performing once it went live?
2020년 1월 30일
There’s an ad that says, “We know a thing or two because we’ve seen a thing or two.” With billions of links certified by our testers and something like five more every second of every business day, we’ve seen just about every possible cabling problem. Which means we’ve seen plenty of bad cable.
2020년 1월 23일
2020년 1월 16일
You’ve probably heard of balanced twisted-pair copper cabling referred to as either stranded or solid, and if you’re on the fence as to which you should use when and where, you’ve come to the right place. There are plenty of considerations when it comes to choosing, including standards, environment, application and price. Let’s take a look at the differences and delve into these considerations so you know which cable type is right for your specific situation.
2020년 1월 9일
Our industry commonly uses the term “RJ45” to refer to the modular 8-position, 8-contact (8P8C) interface deployed for Ethernet over copper twisted-pair network cabling despite it pretty much being a case of mistaken identity.
But since the RJ45 name has stuck, we thought maybe we’d take a closer look at the history of this nomenclature and why to this day, it remains the de facto interface for twisted-pair Ethernet applications.
2020년 1월 2일