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Hellmich; Steffen
Chemnitz, DE
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7280565 Synchronous clocked communication system with decentralized input/output modules and method for October 9, 2007
The invention relates to a synchronous clocked communication system, for example a distributed automation system, the stations of which can be arbitrary automation components and which are coupled to one another via a data network. Using the disclosed method for integrating decentralized
6603830 Synchronization method for a receiving unit and a receiving unit corresponding thereto August 5, 2003
A receiving unit is more precisely synchronized to a transmitting unit by transmitting synchronization signals from the transmitting unit, adjusting a clock-pulse generator of a phase-locked loop, a phase shifter integrating instantaneous phase errors to an integration value, and adj

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