SCADA systems (supervisory control and data acquisition) collects sensory data from all types of factory and processing plants back to a central control system for management and administration. The remote management or monitoring function of a SCADA system is often referred to as telemetry.
SCADA systems are centralized systems that monitors, coordinates and controls entire remote sites, as well as clusters of remote sites over large geographical areas. Current SCADA systems use open system architectures, which Axxcelera supports, to distribute functionality across wide-area networks. SCADA systems traditionally use combinations of radio and direct serial or modem connections to meet communication requirements.
Axxcelera provides ruggedized solutions to last and hold in temperature, vibration and voltage extremes, as well as providing redundancy. Axxcelera also understands the importance of implementing security in SCADA systems for the fact the sites being monitored are of high value and are just as vulnerable to cyber attacks. Axxcelera solutions are trusted in mission-critical deployments delivering consistently 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Written by Cyberbajt with forward by Axxcelera, this case study discusses an ExcelMAX project in Poland.
Mechanisms for DFS as they relate to the Axxcelera Broadband Wireless family of wireless communication devices are explained.
The Axxcelera ExcelMAX C9 AP and CPE provide for TDD communication over the 3650-3700 MHz band. In the United States this band is a “lightly licensed” band ...
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