This course introduces networks, communication busses, and protocols used in industrial applications. Students will be able to discuss strengths and weaknesses of each communications solution and pick the most appropriate for given applications.

Pre-Requisites
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Classes
  • Industrial Networks and Communication Busses (23145)
    Web-Enhanced
    New Richmond
    1/20/2020 - 5/11/2020
    Days & Times: Mon: 8:30 AM - 11:20 AM
    Facility: 1213 Industrial Auto New Richm
    Instructor: Jon Haglin
    Tuition: $298.50
    Status: Closed
    Seats Available: N/A

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