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communication protocol

[kə‚myü·nə′kā·shən ′prōd·ə‚kȯl]
(computer science)
Procedures that enable devices within a computer network to exchange information. Also known as protocol.
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Communication protocols, an important part of the machine build, allow industrial robots to interact.
Her area of expertise includes architecture designing for Internet of Things, Machine-to Machine Communication, Cyber Physical Systems, and Communication Protocols, etc.
This design uses RTU (Remote Terminal Unit) protocol of the Modbus communication protocol. RTU communication method uses 8-bit binary data transfer and CRC Cyclic redundancy check as data validation, so communication is faster.
The DLC communication protocol developed by Siemens Energy especially for providing smart metering and smart grid solutions can cope with all kinds of changes in the physical communication parameters of a low-voltage distribution network such as signal damping, noise, network disturbances, signal coupling and network configuration changes.
Although a relatively new area, in-vehicle network architectures and associated in-car communication protocols are generating considerable excitement in the automotive industry.
The Intelliknight 5820XL Fire Alarm Control Panel from Silent Knight of Maple Grove, Minnesota, features an advanced digital communication protocol that uses standard wiring rather than twisted pair or shielded cabling, so it's ideal for new and retrofit applications.
The system is redundant across every applicable communication protocol, contacting and delivering to home and business phone, digital, cellular, pager, beeper, wireless, fax, and e-mail.
An RS-232C communication protocol, using short ASCII commands, allows easy setup and configuration of the camera's modes and parameters.
NIST researchers worked with industry to develop a communication protocol standard for building automation and control systems known as BACnet[R] that was adopted in the mid-1990s.
As oil and gas installations are often spread out over remote areas, a the communication protocol shall allow to include a set of remote maintenance functions to eliminate the need for frequent visits to sites.
Meanwhile Cisco Systems Inc has said it will license its Cisco IOS software web cache communication protocol (WCCP) specification to other cache vendors.

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