Ghadi Sebaali

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Providing reliable smart grid communication from customers to the local utility faces significant challenges due to noise, interference, frequency selectivity, path loss and fading. For transmission over narrowband powerline channels (3-500 kHz) and unlicensed wireless channels (902-928 MHz), this paper reviews previous approaches for (a) channel modeling(More)
—Narrowband powerline communications (NB-PLC) and unlicensed wireless communications are considered as two leading communications technologies for emerging Smart Grid applications. The diversity provided by the simultaneous transmission of the same information over powerline and wireless links can be exploited to enhance the overall system reliability. In(More)
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