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Open Control Networks

LonWorks/EIA 709 Technology

  • Dietmar Loy
  • Dietmar Dietrich
  • Hans-Joerg Schweinzer

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 1-41
  3. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 43-57
  4. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 59-72
  5. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 73-138
  6. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 139-172
  7. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 173-193
  8. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 195-215
  9. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 217-229
  10. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 231-246
  11. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 247-251
  12. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 253-272
  13. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 273-307
  14. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 309-320
  15. Dietmar Loy, Dietmar Dietrich, Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    Pages 321-345
  16. Back Matter
    Pages 347-367

About this book

Introduction

Control networks span a wide range of application areas. These networks are put into action in the `Digital Home', industrial applications, commercial buildings, transportation systems, gas stations, security systems, and they are found in most instances where smart sensors and smart actuators are used to exchange information. The authors of this volume provide an overview of various control network protocols and discuss LonTalk® protocol, Neuron® chip, programming model, network structures, network management, interoperability between nodes, application profiles, development and maintenance tools, performance analysis, and standardization activities.
Open Control Networks: LonWorks/EIA 709 Technology will be an important resource for advanced students of control systems and embedded systems, engineers designing distributed networks, systems designers and architects, and others developing smart buildings and intelligent transportation systems.

Keywords

Embedded Systems Sensor Standard System development model programming smart sensor

Editors and affiliations

  • Dietmar Loy
    • 1
  • Dietmar Dietrich
    • 2
  • Hans-Joerg Schweinzer
    • 2
  1. 1.Coactive NetworksUSA
  2. 2.Technical University of WienAustria

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