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White Papers

White Papers can provide insight into current industry trends or possible solutions to common emerging problems. Madison Technologies’ range of White Papers are available to download below. Use the filters to help you find the relevant White Paper.

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  • Essentials for Track to Train Wireless Equipment in CBTC Systems

    Communications-based Train Control (CBTC) is an advanced railway signalling and train management technology that delivers a safe and efficient way to control and manage increasing railway network capacity demands. 

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  • App Note: Smart Data Acquisition for Energy Saving Applications

    Companies that adopt an energy saving system can benefit from reduced energy costs, and help make their products and services more competitive, especially for industrial applications such as factory automation, solar power, and intelligent transportation systems (ITS).

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  • White Paper: Demystifying Fibre Optics: Part 1

    As the demand for high-speed data transmission and higher resolution video increases, so has the demand for systems that will effectively and reliably transmit the signals over distance for a variety of applications. 

    Otpicomm-Emcore released a whitepaper that addresses some common barriers to the standardisation of fibre optic transmission systems across a number of industries.  

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  • White Paper: The Role of IP in Trackside Communications Systems

    This paper examines recent advances in IP- based trackside communications systems and discusses the attributes of industrial IP communications networks suitable for reliable trackside operation.

    A focus on the considerations and requirements of deploying  trackside IP communications including factors such as reliability, performance, security, resilience, redundancy and maintainability are all discussed.  

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  • Moxa Real Time Remote Monitoring

    Unmanned monitoring systems located in remote areas are constrained by the limits imposed by long range communications. A cost-effective medium traditionally used for this type of application is radio communications. Although cost-effective, for this application, the radio communications network was limited by the data transmission speeds, times and the increased risk of data loss as the network area expanded.

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  • White Paper: Identifying Copper Clad Aluminium (CCA) Cables

    While CCA might look like standard cable and appear to perform like them in some situations, there are significant differences that could present network problems and safety hazards.

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  • ExtremeUSB®: protocol, benefits, availability and applications

    Universal Serial Bus (USB) is the most successful interface in the history of the PC, with well over ten billion USB devices in the global market and counting. Due to its flexibility and simplicity, USB has become the de-facto standard for peripheral connectivity spanning broad markets and applications.

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  • Belden Digital Studio Cable Guide

    Radio and television broadcasters are going digital. Digital formats have worked their way into recording studios, video post-production, film production and many associated applications, and the reason is clear — digital provides superior audio and video performance.

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  • Ethernet Protection Switched Rings

    Creating the Survivable Ethernet Network View

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  • 10G progresses further but not yet finalised!

    A layman’s explanation of the new 10 Gigabit Ethernet protocol for Copper Cable View

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  • Technology meets luxury in the Palace of Iron

    The Monterrey branch of Mexico’s leading chain of luxury department stores, “El Palacio de Hierro”, was fitted with R&Mfreenet shielded cabling and physical security solutions in order to protect against electromagnetic interference and unwanted network breakdowns, and thereby guarantee a faultless and trouble free shopping experience for its customers. View

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  • Patch Guard - More Security for E-2000

    Network interruptions caused by patch cables that were erroneously plugged out or wrongly plugged in frequently have dramatic consequences: transmissions in progress are disrupted, data is lost and customers are unhappy. The solution is a simple lock. View

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  • U-Box Compact Flexibility

    R&M is simplifying office cabling with a new installation box. The U-Box is a uniAudioversal platform for workstation development and flexible distribution of data, communications and electricity network. The innovation is an expansion of the Extended Office Cabling program, is compatible with the MUTO/Consolidation Point principle and can be combined with the R&Mfreenet cabling system. View

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  • Bank Secret Security and Continuity

    Security and continuity are the secret of success at Pictet & Cie in Geneva. For the structured cabling of the building complex with copper and fibre optics only one manufacturer was considered in the end: R&M. View

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  • What is the value of “Quality”

    Quality is one of the most used (and sometimes misused) terms to describe cabling systems. This shows how important quality is for the customer. Usually, price and quality are the most important criteria for a purchaser in diff erentiating among various proposals. Although the term “value” best expresses a balanced price/quality ratio, it is used much less frequently than “quality”. View

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  • Direct access to 10 Gigabit Ethernet with Cat. 6

    IT decision makers, planners and network administrators are confronted with a prevailing challenge: 10 Gigabit Ethernet is coming! They must plan data networks for the future; however, the discussion on standards, range and shielding has not yet been concluded. Nevertheless, today they can already build reliable, powerful systems using Cat. 6 components. View

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  • Fighting the Cable Jungle

    Managing a cabling system means controlling everything down to its smallest details, being aware at all times how many users are connected to it and who they are. It means being able to evaluate any connection and plan ahead for any changes necessary to maintain the quality of service of the network itself. View

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  • FibreModule: 3 in 1

    We are all familiar with Plug & Play. Now it’s time to get to know Click & Snap. With the new FibreModule, R&M is making fibre optic cabling installation more practical. The components are simply clicked-on and stable snap on lugs hold them together. The Fibre-Module combines three platforms, offers numerous options and supports all Fibre optic applications. View

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  • Guaranteeing quality with a plan and goal

    Customised cabling solutions are not achieved with the quickest possible installation under time pressure and by concentrating on the least expensive solutions, but with complete, expert planning and continuous checking for errors. This time we want to take a closer look. The first and most important point is the design of the cabling infrastructure. View

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  • R&M Astute carriers focus on FTTH

    If powerful and versatile access networks of the next generation need to be configured, the Fibre to the Home (FTTH) strategy is applied. Carriers elegantly and flexibly implement this strategy using modular Fibre optic solutions from R&M. They can realise upgrading and migration projects as needed, i.e. immediately and completely or gradually. View

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