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"WirelessHART™: Real-Time Mesh Network for Industrial Automation" by Deji Chen, Mark Nixon, Aloysius Mok (Repost)

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"WirelessHART™: Real-Time Mesh Network for Industrial Automation" by Deji Chen, Mark Nixon, Aloysius Mok (Repost)

"WirelessHART™: Real-Time Mesh Network for Industrial Automation" by Deji Chen, Mark Nixon, Aloysius Mok
Springer Science+Business Media | 2010 | ISBN: 1441960465 9781441960467 978144196047 9781441960474 | 282 pages | PDF | 5 MB

This book presents the WirelessHART Standard in detail and wireless industrial automation in general. This book strives to facilitate the adoption of wireless technology in industrial automation, and introduces the research potential of the wireless industrial automation to the academics. This book is designed for practitioners and researchers working in the wireless process industry. Advanced-level students and researchers focusing on engineering and computer science will find this book valuable as a secondary text or reference book.

WirelessHART is a cutting-edge standard for the wireless process industry (such as oil, gas, pharmaceutical, chemical, pulp & paper, power plant, and companies such as ABB, Emerson Process Management, Endress+Hauser, MACTek, Pepperl+Fuchs, Siemens and more).
This new standard provides a robust wireless mesh network protocol, and assists users with a quicker and smoother experience when operating their wireless technologies.

Table of Contents
Introduction
Part I - WirelessHART in a Nutshell
Chapter 1 Overview
Chapter 2 Physical Layer
Chapter 3 Data Link Layer
Chapter 4 Network Layer and Transport Layer
Chapter 5 Application Layer
Chapter 6 WirelessHART Network
Part II - WirelessHART in Depth
Chapter 7 An Example
Chapter 8 Discourses on the Stack
Chapter 9 Discourses on the Mesh Network
Chapter 10 Discourses in General
Part III - WirelessHART in Practice
Chapter 11 Test and Diagnostic Tools
Chapter 12 A Fast Approach to Equip a HART Device with WirelessHART Capability
Chapter 13 Development Recommendations
Chapter 14 Deployment Recommendations
Part IV - WirelessHART in the Bigger Picture
Chapter 15 Why WirelessHART
Chapter 16 Wireless and Real-Time Industrial Process Control
Chapter 17 Research in Real-Time WirelessMesh Networks
Chapter 18 Future of Wireless and the WirelessHART Standard
Part V - Appendices
Chapter 19 Attribute and Field Values
Chapter 20 Symbols and Abbreviations
Chapter 21 Definitions
Chapter 22 References
Index
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