Heterogeneous Wireless Networks for Smart Grid Distribution Systems: Advantages and Limitations

@inproceedings{Khalifa2018HeterogeneousWN,
  title={Heterogeneous Wireless Networks for Smart Grid Distribution Systems: Advantages and Limitations},
  author={Tarek Khalifa and Atef Abdrabou and Khaled Bashir Shaban and Ahmed M. Gaouda},
  booktitle={Sensors},
  year={2018}
}
Supporting a conventional power grid with advanced communication capabilities is a cornerstone to transferring it to a smart grid. A reliable communication infrastructure with a high throughput can lay the foundation towards the ultimate objective of a fully automated power grid with self-healing capabilities. In order to realize this objective, the communication infrastructure of a power distribution network needs to be extended to cover all substations including medium/low voltage ones. This… CONTINUE READING

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