Medium Voltage Smart Grid: Experimental Analysis of Secondary Substation Narrow Band Power Line Communication

Antonio Cataliotti, Dario Di Cara, Valentina Cosentino, Giovanni Artale, Pierluca Russotto, Giovanni Tine, Antonio Cataliotti, Valentina Cosentino, Dario Di Cara, Riccardo Fiorelli, Pierluca Russotto, Giovanni Artale

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Abstract

This paper is focused on the possibility of employing narrow band power line communication (PLC) in medium voltage (MV) distribution networks. The topic is investigated by means of both simulations and experimental tests, which were carried out in the distribution network of Ustica Island. In detail, a two-way MV communication was tested between two secondary substations connected by an MV cable power line. Each substation has a by-pass connection at MV bus-bars and an MV/LV oil filled power transformer. In this paper, the MV and the PLC systems under test are described and the experimental tests are presented, which were carried out to evaluate the parameters of the simulation model. The aforesaid model is described and a comparison is shown between simulation and results of experiments, which were carried out in the presence of voltage net, i.e., 24 kV. Finally, the possibility is investigated of a reliable communication and the faster achievable bit-rate; the analysis is performed by means of further experimental results of several communication tests, which were carried out with different modulation techniques
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)2391-2398
Numero di pagine8
RivistaIEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement
VolumeVOL. 62, NO. 9
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2013

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Medium Voltage Smart Grid: Experimental Analysis of Secondary Substation Narrow Band Power Line Communication. / Cataliotti, Antonio; Di Cara, Dario; Cosentino, Valentina; Artale, Giovanni; Russotto, Pierluca; Tine, Giovanni; Cataliotti, Antonio; Cosentino, Valentina; Cara, Dario Di; Fiorelli, Riccardo; Russotto, Pierluca; Artale, Giovanni.

In: IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, Vol. VOL. 62, NO. 9, 2013, pag. 2391-2398.

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Cataliotti, Antonio ; Di Cara, Dario ; Cosentino, Valentina ; Artale, Giovanni ; Russotto, Pierluca ; Tine, Giovanni ; Cataliotti, Antonio ; Cosentino, Valentina ; Cara, Dario Di ; Fiorelli, Riccardo ; Russotto, Pierluca ; Artale, Giovanni. / Medium Voltage Smart Grid: Experimental Analysis of Secondary Substation Narrow Band Power Line Communication. In: IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement. 2013 ; Vol. VOL. 62, NO. 9. pagg. 2391-2398.
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