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"ethernet" references for the Electrical Engineer
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ECN Design Network Webcasts Webcast Description: A collection of webcasts and whitepapers supplied by ECN Magazine.
Web Seminars fromGalil Motion Control Webcast Description: Galil offers a series of on demand webcasts that offer introductions to motion control and motor control.
ECN Design Network Webcasts Webcast Description: ECN is offering a variety of on-demand technical webcasts.
IEEE 1588 Homepage Web-Site Description: You can find information on the IEEE 1588-2002 Standard for A Precision Clock Synchronization Protocol for Networked Measurement and Control Systems at the IEEE 1588 Homepage located on the nist.gov domain.
LAN eXtensions for Instrumentation (LXI) Specification Description: The LXI Consortium defines it this way: LXI, the LAN-based successor to GPIB, combines the advantages of Ethernet with the simplicity and familiarity of GPIB."
Using IEEE 1588 for synchronization of network-connected devices Tutorial Description: This article provides a quick tutorial discussing why the IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol standard is needed, along with some of its features.
A Beginner's Guide to Ethernet 802.3 Book Description: Published by Analog Devices as document EE-269, this tutorial starts with the OSI model and takes it from there.
Computer Systems: An Integrated Approach to Architecture and Operating Systems Book Description: Developed by professors at Georgia Tech as a basis for a required course in Computer Science, this book can be downloaded from the web on a chapter by chapter basis.
Understanding Optical Communications Book Description: This 638 behemoth of a textbook should tell you everything you want to know about optical communications. Published in September 1998 by IBM.
Internetworking Technology Handbook Book Description: Who better to teach you the fundamentals of internet technology than Cisco? This online text covers just about every aspect of networking technology that you can imagine.

"ethernet" related tools for the Electrical Engineer
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OMNet++ Discrete Event Simulation System Description: "OMNeT++ is a public-source, component-based, modular and open-architecture simulation environment with strong GUI support and an embeddable simulation kernel. Its primary application area is the simulation of communication networks and because of its generic and flexible architecture, it has been successfully used in other areas like the simulation of IT systems, queueing networks, hardware architectures and business processes as well. "

"ethernet" related organizations for the Electrical Engineer
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OVDA Consortium Description: The OVDA website defines their charter: "ODVA is an international association comprised of members from the world's leading automation companies. Collectively, ODVA and its members support network technologies based on the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP). These currently include DeviceNet, EtherNet/IP, CIP Safety and CIP Sync."
Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) Consortium Description: The DNLA website says: "Members of the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) share a vision of a wired and wireless interoperable network of Personal Computers (PC), Consumer Electronics (CE) and mobile devices in the home enabling a seamless environment for sharing and growing new digital media and content services."
Ethernet Alliance.org Consortium Description: The mission of the Ethernet Alliance "is to promote industry awareness, acceptance, and advancement of technology and products based on both existing and emerging IEEE 802 Ethernet standards and their management."
Fieldbus Foundation Consortium Description: The Fieldbus Foundation describes itself as "a not-for-profit corporation consisting of over 350 leading process and manufacturing automation companies worldwide whose major purpose is to provide an open and neutral environment for the development of a single, international, interoperable fieldbus. In this environment, end users, manufacturers, universities and research organizations are working together to develop the technology, provide development tools, support and training, coordinate field trials and demonstrations, and enable product interoperability."