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Power Over Ethernet Interoperability Guide by Sanjaya Maniktala

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PoE Chip Vendors: The Emerging Landscape of PoE
This happens to be the first book on the subject. We can ask how did the general technical community, more specifically, PoE engineers, survive and learn so far? The answer is with the help of some very useful technical information on PoE and the related IEEE standards available on several major chip vendors’ Web sites. We end this chapter by listing such vendors. Most of them have been a huge part of the technical community at large and the growth of PoE as a field. This book, too, has relied heavily on their technical information in an effort to disseminate and “put it all in one place.” The acronyms PSE and PD (see Table 1.1) are further explained in the next chapter.
1.  Microsemi (PowerDsine): ...

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