Due to increased demand, it has become more important than ever for electronic technicians and security management professionals to have a thorough, grounded knowledge of the programming, installation, and functioning of IP-addressed electronic security devices. Technicians' Guide to Networking for Security Systems provides this information with a practical, straightforward approach. By first providing complete explanations of IP addressing, Ethernet and Wi-Fi, internet connections, and how networks operate; this book then delves into how these technologies can be used for electronic security device applications. With guided tours of common network devices such as DSL adapters, routers, IP security cameras, and detailed explanations of the various types of video compression; readers will gain a wealth of technical information that will prepare them for work in the electronic security industry.The selection of the proper IP transmitter to use is very often dependent on what specific burglar alarm panel is being connected. Major manufacturers such as DMP, Honeywell, Bosch, and DSC provide specific IP transmitter interfaces for theiranbsp;...
|Title||:||Guide to Networking for Physical Security Systems|
|Author||:||David J. Engebretson|
|Publisher||:||Delmar Pub - 2007-03|