IEC 62657-2:2017 Released for Wireless Communication Coexistence

Untitled-4The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) has released IEC 62657-2:2017. This standard includes Industrial Communication Networks – Wireless communication networks – Part 2: Coexistence management and is now available on the IEC webstore.

Description: “IEC 62657-2:2017,
– specifies the fundamental assumptions, concepts, parameters, and procedures for wireless communication coexistence;
– specifies coexistence parameters and how they are used in an application requiring wireless coexistence;
– provides guidelines, requirements, and best practices for wireless communication’s availability and performance in an industrial automation plant; it covers the life‑cycle of wireless communication coexistence;
– helps the work of all persons involved with the relevant responsibilities to cope with the critical aspects at each phase of life-cycle of the wireless communication coexistence management in an industrial automation plant. Life-cycle aspects include: planning, design, installation, implementation, operation, maintenance, administration and training;
– provides a common point of reference for wireless communication coexistence for industrial automation sites as a homogeneous guideline to help the users assess and gauge their plant efforts;
– deals with the operational aspects of wireless communication coexistence regarding both the static human/tool-organization and the dynamic network self-organization.
This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2013. This edition constitutes a technical revision.

This second edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:

a) update of the normative references, terms, definitions, symbols and abbreviations;
b) addition of terms;
c) checking of the life-cycle terms of this document versus the terms used in IEC 62890: and addition of explanations;
d) addition and modification of text to make the text more readable;
e) alignment of some definitions and specifications of coexistence parameters in order to facilitate their future inclusion in the IEC Common Data Dictionary (IEC CDD) maintained by the IEC

*Description from the IEC Website.

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