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An Analysis of Communication Technologies for Distributed Embedded Systems in Industrial Process Automation

  • Pavel Rusakov
  • Dmitry Mikoyelov
Conference paper

With the help of researchers of single-chip microprocessors, it is now possible to manufacture very small embedded devices and gather these in one network. In most cases, the network consists of various sensors, which communicate with the data gathering nodes, data processing nodes, data storage nodes and data visualization nodes (in case a human-machine interface is used to monitor such system). In general, each of such components can be a subsystem of a distributed system.

Keywords

General Packet Radio Service Mobile Data Service Wireless Access Point Subsystem Communication Industrial Process Automation 
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  • Pavel Rusakov
  • Dmitry Mikoyelov

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