Scientific meetings on programmable devices and systems began in 1995 with the PDS'95 event organised by the Institute of Electronics, Silesian University of Technology (SUT). Many papers on the issues of programmable devices and systems were presented at numerous conferences and workshops devoted to electronics and circuit theory yet there were no workshops devoted solely to those particular topics. Combined with the belief that some specific common problems appeared in the area of PDS justified the decision to organise the PDS meeting. The PDS2001 IFAC Workshop, organised by the Institute of Electronics, SUT, Gliwice, Poland was the 5th event in the series. The aim of the meeting was to define the future trends of this field via the interaction of industry, technical research centres and academia representatives. This Proceedings volume contains 54 duly presented papers and many of them when compared to the Preprints volume version have been corrected and enriched with the discussion results. The papers are grouped according to the Workshop plenary sessions topics as follows: acCommunication acDigital Signal Processing acIndustrial Programmable Logic Controllers acField Programmable LogicSimatic WinAC is divided into five central components for solving a variety of automation tasks (Siemens, 2000): - WinAC ... Power characteristics are similar to PLC Siemens Simatic S7 300. ... from Siemens manual (Siemens, 1998). Values anbsp;...
|Title||:||Programmable Devices and Systems 2001|
|Author||:||W. Ciążyśnki, Edward Hrynkiewicz, P. Kłosowski|
|Publisher||:||Pergamon Press - 2002-01-01|