IDC Technologies Communications, Industrial Networking and TCP/IP (Free PDF)


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Industrial data communications, networking and IT systems are key components of all modern plants and facilities and industrial infrastructure. Viral and hack attacks on industrial computer systems have become increasingly common and personnel working within this industry need to constantly refresh their skills and knowledge on technical practical and theoretical subjects. 
IDC Technologies specializes in providing high quality state-of-the-art technical training workshops to engineers, scientists and technicians throughout the world. More than 300,000 engineers have attended IDC’s workshops over the past 16 years. The tremendous success of the technical training workshops is based in part on the enormous investment IDC puts into constant review and updating of the workshops, an unwavering commitment to the highest quality standards and most importantly - enthusiastic, experienced IDC engineers who present the workshops and keep up-to-date with consultancy work.
The objective of this booklet is to provide today’s engineer with useful technical information and as an aide-memoir when you need to refresh your memory. This 5th edition of the Pocket Guide Series has been updated to include new information including Telecommunications, TCP/IP and FieldBus and Device Networks.

Content:- 
Foreword
Notes
1 Data Communications
1.1 Format of Data Communication Messages
1.2 Baud Rate vs Data Transfer Rate
1.3 The RS-232 Standard
1.4 Functional Description of the Interchange Circuit
1.5 The RS-422 Standard
1.6 The RS-485 Standard
1.7 Protocols
2 Industrial Networking and TCP/IP
2.1 Introduction
2.2 The Open Systems Interconnection Model
2.3 Network Topologies
2.4 Access Control
2.5 Main LAN Standards
2.6 Ethernet Standards
2.7 802.3 CSMA/CD Hardware Requirements
2.8 The TCP/IP Protocol Structure
2.9 Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
2.10 Application Protocols for TCP/IP
3 Theory of Fiber Optic Transmission
3.1 Construction of an Optical Fiber
3.2 Fresnel Reflection
3.3 The Light Transmission Nature of Glass
3.4 Numerical Aperture
3.5 Modal Propagation In Fibers
3.6 A Comparison of Data Rate, Distance and Fiber Type
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Who is IDC Technologies
Technical Training Workshops
Notes



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