Guide to Networking for Physical Security Systems from Thomson Delmar Learning is a guide that covers the programming, installation, and function of IP-addressed electronic security devices. It is designed for use by electronic technicians and security professionals that need to stay attuned to never-ending changes and developments in this field of work.
The book covers the basics of IP protocol, Ethernet & WiFi connectivity, and network operations. It then delves into how these technologies can be used for electronic security applications. It also features in-depth coverage of DSL adapters, routers, IP security cameras, and video-compression formats.
This guide has been authored by David J Engebretson, en electronic-security industry expert with more than 29 years of experience. The book benefits from that experience and his work as a security-firm president and industry trainer.
- Networking for Physical Security Systems
- This book is designed for use by electronic technicians and security professionals that need to learn networking concepts for physical security systems.
- The guide covers design, installation, & management of systems, as well as basic technology concepts, and in-depth hardware explanations.
- Industry Expertise
- The book was written by David J Engebretson, an electronic-security industry expert with more than 29 years of experience.