Taking an Independent Path: Strategies for Low Risk Sourcing of Components in a Constrained Market

Industrial control equipment industry looks to independent distributors to address chronic shortages in the availability of electronic components

Addressing Remote Locations and Security with SD-WAN

Think of AR in an IIoT manufacturing context: now technicians with AR can remotely monitor, change and maintain systems without putting the operator in danger; however, AR requires a massive amount of network resources.

THE INDUSTRIAL INTERNET CONSORTIUM PUBLISHES INDUSTRIAL NETWORKING ENABLING IIOT COMMUNICATION WHITE PAPER

Industrial networking infrastructure and technologies reside at the IP layer and below, and enable industrial assets, such as machines, sites and environments, to connect to the business professionals supporting applications across a wide range of industry sectors.

How to Ensure Effective Network Segmentation

The main idea of Continuous Network Verification is to assure that the network is resilient and protected by ensuring your networks behavior matches your intentions.

Time-Sensitive Networking: Reliable Communication for Industrial IoT

What happens when a command from the controller arrives at the robot arm a tenth of a second late? Or what happens if sensor data never actually reaches the controller?

Industry 4.0-based Network Manager Ensures Solid Industrial Connectivity

Network connectivity of industrial equipment and devices is a vital element of Industry 4.0. If the connection fails, all data communication from field devices to back-end servers and cloud networks will be halted, disrupting the operation of Industry 4.0.

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Mouser Electornics - Maxim Integrated MAX3523 DOCSIS 3.1 Programmable-Gain Amplifiers

Maxim Integrated MAX3523 DOCSIS 3.1 Programmable-Gain Amplifiers are designed to deliver 68dBmV output power while meeting DOCSIS 3.1 requirements. These amplifiers utilize high-voltage CMOS process that enables the device to deliver high dynamic range while minimizing power dissipation under a 5V supply rail. The MAX3523 programmable-gain amplifiers cover 5MHz to 204MHz output bandwidth and consume 3.5W power with 5V supply voltage. These amplifiers consist of programmable power codes that allow operation at reduced power dissipation. Typical applications include DOCSIS 3.1 upstream (D3.1 US), Cable Modem (CM), and Customer Premises Equipment (CPE).