Data Communications and Networking for Manufacturing Industries

Data Communications and Networking for Manufacturing Industries


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1 Computer System Fundamentals and Internal Data Transfer
1.1 Microprocessor System Fundamentals
1.2 Number Systems, Conversion and Arithmetic
1.3 Representation of Alpha-numerics
1.4 Boolean Algebra
1.5 Microprocessor System Program Execution and Communication
1.6 Master-Slave Relationships and Interrupts

2 Computers and Control Systems Within Manufacturing
2.1 The Range and Scope of Computers within Manufacturing
2.2 Programmable Logic Controllers
2.3 Multiple Axis Motion Controllers (CNC and Robotics)
2.4 Linking Computer Aided Design to Manufacture
2.5 Manufacturing Systems

3. Principles Of Data Communications
3.1 Eight Fundamentals of Computer to Computer Communication
3.2 Resolution of Conflicts in Communication – Protocol
3.3 Modelling Conducting Communications Links
3.4 Electro-Magnetic Interference and Cross-Talk
3.5 Parallel Data Transmission and Communications Ports
3.6 The Centronics Parallel Port
3.7 Networked Parallel Data Transmission and IEEE-488

4. Serial Data Communications -Fundamentals
4.1 Serial Communications in Integrated Manufacturing
4.2 The Role of Parallel Communications in Manufacturing
4.3 Parallel to Serial Conversion
4.4 Synchronous Serial Data Communications
4.5 Asynchronous Serial Data Communications
4.6 Error Detection Techniques
4.7 Signal Modulation

5. Serial Data Communications – Hardware Application
5.1 The RS-232C Standard
5.2 The RS-232C Connectors
5.3 Basic RS-232 Connections
5.4 Complex RS-232 Connections
5.5 A Summary of Points Related to RS-232 Links
5.6 Devices to Assist in Establishing Serial Links
5.7 Selecting RS-232 Cables and Line-Drivers
5.8 Configuring UART Parameters
5.9 Bit Rates and Baud Rates
5.10 RS-422 and RS-449 Hardware Links
5.11 The 20mA Current Loop
5.12 Summary of Key Factors in Point to Point Serial Links

6. Serial Data Communications – Software Application
6.1 Developing Software for Serial Communications
6.2 The XON/XOFF Protocol
6.3 ACK/NAK Protocols
6.4 Communications Software Layering
6.5 Terminal Emulation and the Kermit System

7. Local Area Networks – Fundamentals
7.1 Local Area Network Concepts
7.2 Network Topologies
7.3 Contention Schemes
7.4 ISO / OSI Seven Layer Model
7.5 A Summary of Key Points Related to Networks
7.6 Data Packet Forms on Networks – BSC, HDLC and SDLC
7.8 The Role of Networking in Manufacturing

8. Local Area Networks – Applications And Standards
8.1 Interfacing Computers to Networks
8.2 Network Performance – Transfer Rates
8.3 Networks Standards Activities – IEEE 802 Committee
8.4 Bridges, Routers and Gateways
8.5 The Ethernet System
8.6 The General Motors / Boeing MAP and TOP Networks
8.7 SNA
8.8 File Server and Office Networks
8.9 What Will Our Computers Say Once they are Networked?

9. Real-Time Networks for Distributed Control
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Typical Control Applications for Real-Time Networks
9.3 Proprietary Real-Time LANs – CAN and LON
9.4 Conclusions

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  1. fred

    hello there plz i couldnot download the book entitaled Data Communications and Networking for Manufacturing Industries


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