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Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) wireless systems obtain large diversity and capacity gains by employing multielement antenna arrays at both the transmitter and receiver. The theoretical performance benefits of MIMO systems, however, are irrelevant unless low error rate, spectrally efficient signaling techniques are found. This paper proposes a new(More)
This paper discusses typical grounding practices and ground fault protection methods for medium-voltage generator stators, highlighting their merits and drawbacks. Particular attention is given to applications of multiple generators connected to a single bus. The paper also provides an overview of the generator damage mechanism during stator ground faults.(More)
Next-generation wireless systems are expected to leverage multiple-antenna, commonly called multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO), technology transmitting over broadband channels via orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM). It is now well known that MIMO systems can obtain error rate and capacity improvements by adapting the transmitter to the(More)
This paper discusses typical grounding practices and ground fault protection methods for medium-voltage generator stators, highlighting their merits and drawbacks. Particular attention is given to applications of multiple generators connected to a single bus. The paper also provides an overview of the generator damage mechanism during stator ground faults.(More)
This paper reports on the continuing efforts of an IAS Working Group to investigate industry concerns with excessive stator fault-point burning damage in conjunction with various industrial generator grounding and ground fault protection practices. Previous working group efforts were reported in a series of papers discussing typical voltage bus connected(More)
This paper discusses typical grounding practices and ground fault protection methods for medium-voltage generator stators, highlighting their merits and drawbacks. Particular attention is given to applications of multiple generators connected to a single bus. The paper also provides an overview of the generator damage mechanism during stator ground faults.(More)
This paper discusses typical grounding practices and ground fault protection methods for medium-voltage generator stators, highlighting their merits and drawbacks. Particular attention is given to applications of multiple generators connected to a single bus. The paper also provides an overview of the generator damage mechanism during stator ground faults.(More)
The benefits employing channel state information (CSI) at the transmitter in a multiple antenna wireless link are well documented in the literature. One of the most popular techniques to provide the transmitter with CSI in frequency division duplexing wireless links is by sending a finite number of feedback bits. However, the effect of the overhead created(More)
The paper discusses typical grounding practices and ground fault protection methods for medium voltage generator stators, highlighting their merits and drawbacks. Particular attention is given to applications of multiple generators connected to a single bus. The paper also provides an overview of the generator damage mechanism during stator ground faults.(More)
  • D. Love
  • Conference Record of the 2001 IEEE Industry…
  • 2001
A six-year-old popular jazz cafe in California was temporarily shut down due to poor maintenance of its 240 V electrical system. Although the electrical system had not greatly changed from inception, the failure could have been prevented by earlier analysis of the electrical system and by conducting periodic maintenance. Systems of this magnitude generally(More)