What’s The Protocol?

Wireless protocols to consider for your next Industrial Internet of Things application.


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Ericsson and ABB have strengthened their collaboration to accelerate the industrial ecosystem for flexible wireless automation.

Ericsson and ABB have strengthened their collaboration to accelerate the industrial ecosystem for flexible wireless automation.


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Confidently Deliver A Robust IoT Device

You have carefully completed the design, build, and test phases of your new wireless IoT device. Your testing in the lab shows that it meets applicable FCC radio standards, it can connect to the wireless router at your test bench, and it even connects to the site wireless access point (AP) in the office area. By Chris Kelly, Keysight Technologies


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Mencom Introduces Industrial Wireless Access Point To Protect Sensitive Data On The Manufacturing Floors

The manufacturing industries and the utilities have been getting more automated, delocalised and more complex since the introduction of modern information technologies. The advanced smart grid system as an automated and distributed energy delivery network exemplifies how the complex network infrastructure works through connecting individual smart applications to operate traditional and modern renewable power plants together.


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Wi-Fi Can Be KRACK-ed. Here Is What To Do Next

A security researcher has revealed serious flaws in the way that most contemporary Wi-Fi networks are secured. By David Glance, Director of UWA Centre for Software Practice, University of Western Australia


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CalAmp Partners With GetWireless To Extend Customised IoT Services To Small And Medium-Sized Businesses

CalAmp, a telematics pioneer leading transformation in a global connected economy, and GetWireless, a value-added distributor, have partnered to extend access to CalAmp’s products and solutions into a broader marketplace of value-added resellers, system integrators, regional network operators and Telematics Service Providers (TSPs) that deliver customised telematics and IoT services to small and medium-sized businesses.


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AT&T, Qualcomm, And Ericsson Showcase Gigabit LTE With LAA Technology At Mobile World Congress Americas

San Francisco, US: At Mobile World Congress Americas, AT&T, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM), and Ericsson plan to showcase the power of the latest LTE technologies, which are expected to offer improved data download speeds for wireless customers with compatible smartphones.


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