Power Line Communications

Principles, Standards and Applications from Multimedia to Smart Grid
 
 
Wiley (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 27. April 2016
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  • 624 Seiten
 
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978-1-118-67677-6 (ISBN)
 
This second edition of Power Line Communications will show some adjustments in content including new material on PLC for home and industry, PLC for multimedia, PLC for smart grid and PLC for vehicles. Additional chapters include coverage of Channel Characterization, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Coupling, and Digital Transmission Techniques. This book will provide the reader with a wide coverage of the major developments within the field. With contributions from some of the most active researchers on PLC, the book brings together a wealth of international experts on specific PLC topics.
2. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • Hoboken
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  • Großbritannien
John Wiley & Sons
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978-1-118-67677-6 (9781118676776)
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Lutz Lampe, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of British Columbia, Canada. Dr Lampe received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Erlangen, Germany, in 2002. He was promoted to Associate Professor in 2007 and Professor in 2010. His main research interests lie in the areas of communications and information theory applied to wireless and power-line transmission. Dr. Lampe was awarded the prestigious UBC Killam Research Prize in 2008. He is an Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, and an Editor for the International Journal on Electronics and Communications.
Andrea Tonello, Professor, Wireless and Power Line Communications Laboratory, Department of Electrical, Mechanical and Management Engineering, Università di Udine, Italy. Dr Tonello received the doctor of enginering degree in electronics and the doctor of research degree in telecommunications from the University of Padova. His research activity focuses on wireless and power line communications with emphasis to PHY and MAC layers. The main research areas include Next generation wireless systems, Next Generation wireless systems, Power Line Communications, and Smart Grids.
Theo G. Swart, University of Johannesburg, South Africa. Dr Swart received the D. Ing. degree in 2006 from the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. Since 2007, he has been employed as a Senior Researcher with the Telecommunications Research Group, University of Johannesburg. His research interests include digital communications, power-line communications, and error-correction coding.
1 List of Contributors Preface xv
List of Acronyms xvii
Introduction xix
1.1 What is a Name? 1
1.2 Historical Notes 2
1.3 About the Book 4
References 6
2 Channel Characterization 9
2.1 Introduction 9
2.2 Channel Modeling Fundamentals 10
2.3 Models for Low Voltage (LV) Channels: Outdoor and Indoor Case 31
2.4 Models for Medium Voltage (MV) Channels 75
2.5 Models for Outdoor Channels: High Voltage Case 86
2.6 MIMO Channels 102
2.7 Noise and Interference 122
2.8 Reference Channel Models and Software 138
2.9 Channels in other Scenarios 140
References 165
3 Electromagnetic Compatibility 175
3.1 Introduction 175
3.2 Parameters for EMC Considerations 176
3.3 Electromagnetic Emission 182
3.4 Electromagnetic Susceptibility 186
3.5 EMC Coordination 188
3.6 EMC Standardization and Regulation in Europe 194
3.7 Coupling Between Power Line and other Wireline Communications Systems 203
3.8 Final Remarks 217
References 219
4 Coupling 221
4.1 Introduction 221
4.2 Coupling Networks 225
4.3 LV Coupling 245
4.4 HV Coupling 250
4.5 MV Coupling 253
4.6 Summary 255
References 256
5 Digital Transmission Techniques 259
5.1 Introduction 259
5.2 Single Carrier Modulation 260
5.3 Multicarrier Modulations 286
5.4 Current and Voltage Modulations 306
5.5 Ultra-wideband Modulation 323
5.6 Impulse Noise Mitigation 328
5.7 MIMO Transmission 341
5.8 Coding Techniques 356
References 373
6 Medium Access Control and Layers Above in PLC 383
6.1 Introduction 383
6.2 MAC Layer Concepts 384
6.3 Protocols for Different Power Line Communications Applications and Domains386
6.4 Multiple-User Resource Allocation 404
6.5 Cooperative Power Line Communications 426
References 442
7 PLC for Home and Industry Automation 449
7.1 Introduction 449
7.2 Home and Industry Automation Using PLC 450
7.3 Popular Home Automation Protocols 451
7.4 Power Line Communication Application for Refrigeration Containers Ships 455
7.5 Windowed Frequency Hopping System AMIS CX1-Profile 462
7.6 DigitalSTROM@ 468
7.7 Conclusion 470
References 471
8 Multimedia PLC Systems 473
8.1 Introduction 473
8.2 QoS Requirements for Multimedia Traffic 473
8.3 Optimizing PLC for Multimedia 477
8.3.1 Overall Design Considerations for Multimedia PLC 477
8.4 Standards on Broadband PLC-Networking Technology 479
8.5 The IEEE 1901 Broadband over Power Line Standard 479
8.6 Performance Evaluation 494
8.7 HomePlug AV2 497
8.8 ITU-T G.996x (G.hn) 499
References 508
9 PLC for Smart Grid 511
9.1 Introduction 511
9.2 Standards 519
9.3 Regulation 536
9.4 Applications 545
9.5 Conclusions 561
References 562
10 PLC for Vehicles 567
10.1 Introduction 567
10.2 Advantages of PLC 567
10.3 Studies of PLC for Vehicles 568
10.4 Challenges for PLC 573
10.5 An Experimental Implementation 578
10.5.1 Vehicle PLC Testbed 579
10.6 Alternative to and Integration of PLC 583
References 585
11 Conclusions 589

List of Acronyms


AC

Alternating Current

ACF

Autocorrelation Function

ACG

Average Channel Gain

AF

Amplify-and-forward

AM

Amplitude Modulation

AMI

Advanced Metering Infrastructure

AMN

Artificial Mains Network

AMR

Automatic Meter Reading

ARIB

Association of Radio Industries and Businesses

AU

Allocation Unit

AVLN

AV Logical Network

AWGN

Additive White Gaussian Noise

BB

Broadband

BER

Bit Error Ratio

BPL

Broadband Over Power Lines

B-PLC

Broadband PLC

BPRS

Binary Pseudo-random Sequence

BPSK

Binary Phase-shift Keying

BS

Base Station

CA-Msg

Channel Announcement Message

CAN

Controller Area Network

CB-FMT

Cyclic Block Filtered Multitone Modulation

CCDF

Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function

CCo

Central Coordinator

CDCF

Commonly Distributed Coordination Function

CDF

Cumulative Distribution Function

CDMA

Code Division Multiple Access

CE

Conformité Européenne

CEI

Customer-end Inverter

CENELEC

Comité Européenne de Normalisation Electrotechnique

CFP

Contention Free Period

CFR

Channel Frequency Response

CISPR

International Special Committee on Radio Interference

CM

Common Mode or Connection Manager

CP

Cyclic Prefix or Contention Period

CPE

Customer Premise Equipment

CRC

Cyclic Redundancy Check

CSI

Channel State Information

CSMA

Carrier Sense Multiple Access

CSMA/CA

Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance

DBPSK

Binary DPSK

DCA

Dynamic Channel Allocation

DCT

Discrete Cosine Transform

DF

Decode-and-Forward

DFT

Discrete Fourier Transform

DLL

Data Link Layer

DM

Differential Mode or Domain Master

DPSK

Differential Phase Shift Keying

DQPSK

Quaternary DPSK

DSL

Digital Subscriber Line

DSM

Demand Side Management

DSSS

Direct Sequencing Spread Spectrum

DSTBC

Distributed Space-time Block Codes

DT

Direct Transmission

DWMT

Discrete Wavelet Multitone

EC

European Commission

ECC

Error Correction Code

ECU

Electronic Controlled Unit

EIB

European Installation Bus

EMC

Electromagnetic Compatibility

ETSI

European Telecommunications Standards Institute

EU

European Union

EUT

Equipment Under Test

EV

Electric Vehicle

FB

Filter Bank

FCC

Federal Communications Commission

FD

Frequency Domain

FDMA

Frequency Division Multiple Access

FEC

Forward Error Correction

FFT

Fast Fourier Transform

FH

Frequency Hopping

FIR

Finite Impulse Response

FMT

Filtered Multitone

FSK

Frequency-shift Keying

HDCU

High Data Rate Central Control Unit

HD-PLC

High-definition Power Line Communication

HDR

High Data Rate

HDTV

High Definition Television

HF

High-frequency

HPAV

HomePlug AV

HV

High Voltage, 66 kV and above

ICI

Inter-carrier Interference

IDFT

Inverse DFT

IEC

International Electrotechnical Commission

IFFT

Inverse Fast Fourier Transform

IGBT

Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors

IH

In-home

IN

Impulse Noise

INL

Interfering Network List

IP

Internet Protocol or Integer Programming

IPTV

Internet Protocol Television

ISI

Inter-symbol Interference

ISN

Impedance Stabilization Network

ISP

Inter-system Protocol

ITU

International Telecommunication Union

LAN

Local Area Network

LCL

Longitudinal Conversion Loss

LDCU

Low Data Rate Central Control Unit

LDPC

Low-density Parity-check

LDR

Low Data Rate

LLR

Log-likelihood Ratio

LMS

Least Mean Square

LP

Linear Programming

LPTV

Linear Periodically Time Variant

LTI

Linear Time Invariant

LV

Low Voltage, 110 V to 400 V

LVDC

Low-voltage Direct Current

MAC

Medium Access Control

MAI

Multiple Access Interference

MC

Multicarrier

MDCU

Multiple Data Rate Central Control Unit

MDU

Multi Dwelling Unit

MF

Matched Filter

MIMO

Multiple-input Multiple-output

MLD

Maximum-likelihood Detection

MMSE

Minimum Mean Square Error

MMU

Master Monitoring Unit

MTL

Multi-conductor Transmission Line

MV

Medium Voltage, 7.2 kV to 33 kV

MWR

Multi-way Relaying

NB

Narrowband

OAF

Opportunistic AF

ODF

Opportunistic DF

OFDM

Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing

OFDMA

Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access

OH

Overhead

OOB

Out of Band

OOK

On-off Keying

OPERA

Open PLC European Research Alliance

OQAM

Offset Quadrature Amplitude Modulation

OSI

Open Systems Interconnection

OSTBC

Orthogonal Space-time Block Codes

PAM

Pulse Amplitude Modulation

PDF

Probability Density Function

PHY

Physical

PLC

Power Line Communication

PLCP

Physical-layer Convergence Protocol

PoE

Power over Ethernet

PR

Perfect Reconstruction

PSD

Power Spectral Density

PSK

Phase Shift Keying

PTC

Positive Temperature Coefficient

PVC

Polyvinylchloride

QAM

Quadrature Amplitude Modulation

QC-LDPC

Quasi-cyclic Low-density Parity-check

QoS

Quality of Service

RF

Radio Frequency

RMS-DS

Root-mean-square Delay Spread

ROBO

Robust Modulation

RS

Reed-Solomon

RX

Receiver

SFN

Single Frequency Networking

SINR

Signal-to-noise and Interference Ratio

SISO

Single-input Single-output

SNR

Signal-to-noise Ratio

SST

Spread Spectrum Techniques

STBC

Space-time Block Coding

STFT

Short Time Fourier Transform

SVD

Singular Value Decomposition

TCL

Transverse Conversion Loss

TCTL

Transverse Conversion Transfer Loss

TDM

Time Division Multiplex

TDMA

Time Division Multiple Access

TEM

Transverse Electromagnetic

TF

Time Frame

T-ISN

T-shaped Impedance Stabilization Network

TL

Transmission Line

TS

Time Slot

TWR

Two-way Relaying

TX

Transmitter

TXOP

Transmission Opportunities

UDP

User Datagram Protocol

UPA

Universal Powerline Association

UTP

Unshielded Twisted Pair

UWB

Ultra Wide Band

VDSL

Very High Bit...

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