Crónicas de cableado

Industrial Ethernet vs. Commercial

We all know that Ethernet is the de facto physical layer communication protocol for data transmission between devices in a local area or wide area network. It has evolved over the years to deliver higher levels of performance while maintaining backwards compatibility, reliability and relatively low cost, which is why it has maintained its popularity.

2 de abril de 2020

Testing Plug-Terminated Links—Internationally

The Modular Plug Terminated Link, or MPTL, where a horizontal cable run terminated on one end to an RJ-45 plug connects directly into a device, has become increasingly popular for connecting a variety of devices—from wireless access points and security cameras, to PoE lights and video displays—essentially wherever it’s deemed impractical or unsafe to deploy an outlet and equipment cord.

26 de marzo de 2020

The Ins and Outs of Third-Party Certification

Likely you’ve noticed that cable, patch cords and connecting hardware from reputable manufacturers are promoted and labeled as third-party certified, verified or listed. Third-party certification is an extremely important part of our industry, giving you peace of mind that your chosen manufacturer has independently determined that their products comply with industry standards.

20 de marzo de 2020

Standards Update

Since the last standards update, I represented Fluke Networks and attended the TR42 meeting in New Orleans and the SC25 WG3 meeting in Sydney Australia. The following are some of the highlights worth noting.

9 de marzo de 2020

Make Sure Your Cabling Plant is Ready for Wi-Fi 6

Nuestra última publicación trataba sobre las tecnologías Wi-Fi 6 y 6E.  Si ha decidido que quiere disfrutar de todas esas ventajas en su red, debe asegurarse de que la planta de cableado está preparada.

5 de marzo de 2020

So You Want to Upgrade to Wi-Fi 6?

En la primera parte de esta publicación doble, hablaremos de los estándares nuevos y futuros para Wi-Fi 6 y las ventajas en cuanto a rendimiento.  En nuestra publicación posterior hablaremos sobre cómo asegurarnos de que la planta de cableado está preparada.

27 de febrero de 2020

Un vistazo más de cerca a los cables de Ethernet industrial

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?

20 de febrero de 2020

Problemas de cable Ethernet industrial: MICE

Ethernet industrial es muy sensible a los retrasos causados por los tramos de datos interrumpidos o dañados (a veces denominados paquetes). Tan solo unos pocos paquetes interrumpidos o dañados pueden provocar que se apague una máquina. Estos problemas suelen ser intermitentes y pueden ser causados por ambientes industriales difíciles.

13 de febrero de 2020

Infórmese en la Conferencia de Invierno de BICSI.

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.

6 de febrero de 2020

¿Qué salió mal en la pérdida de inserción?

¿Ha calculado alguna vez la pérdida de inserción durante la fase de diseño y ha pasado la comprobación de enlace permanente después de la instalación, para después descubrir que el canal no tiene un buen rendimiento una vez que se activa?

Enero 30, 2020