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Data Communications and Networking for Manufacturing Industries

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Data Communications and Networking for Manufacturing Industries
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Publisher: Chrystobel Engineering
ISBN/ASIN: 0646105221
Number of pages: 318

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This book is specifically designed to provide professionals in the field of manufacturing with the knowledge required to understand the fundamentals, applications and more importantly, the problems of industrial computer communications and networking. It will allow you to intelligently take on the challenge of integrating production equipment within a modern manufacturing organization.

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