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Telecommunication Networks for the Smart Grid

Telecommunication Networks for the Smart Grid

Copyright: 2016
ISBN: 9781630813734

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This comprehensive new resource demonstrates how to build smart grids utilizing the latest telecommunications technologies. Readers find practical coverage of PLC and wireless for smart grid and are given concise excerpts of the different technologies, networks, and services around it. Design and planning guidelines are shown through the combination of electricity grid and telecommunications technologies that support the reliability, performance and security requirements needed in smart grid applications. This book covers a wide range of critical topics, including telecommunications for power engineers, power engineering for telecommunications engineers, utility applications projecting in smart grids, technologies for smart grid networks, and telecommunications architecture. This practical reference is supported with in-depth case studies.
General View of the Smart Grids; Telecommunications for Power Engineers; Power Engineering for Telecommunication Engineers; Utility Applications Projecting into Smart Grids; Telecommunication Technologies for Smart Grid Networks; Telecommunications Architecture; Case Study- PLC as the Key Enabler of Smart Grid; Case Study-Radio as the Media for Agile Smart Grid Expansion; Case Study-Guidelines for the Implementation of the Smart Grid.
  • Inigo Berganza Inigo Berganza works in the field of power line communications at Iberdrola, Spain. He received his M.S in telecommunication engineering from the University of Basque Country, Spain.
  • Miguel A. Sanchez-Fornie Miguel A. Sanchez-Fornie is director of control systems and telecommunication at Iberdrola, Spain. He has over 40 yearsí experience in the utility sector and is a member of the utility telecoms council board of directors and president of the European division.
  • Alberto Sendin Alberto Sendin is a telecommunication project manager in the control systems and telecommunications division at Iberdrola, Spain. He is also a lecturer at the University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain. Sendin received a Ph.D., an M.S. in telecommunications engineering, and an M.A. in management for business competitiveness (GECEM) from the University of the Basque Country.
  • Javier Simon is currently a telecommunications engineer for Iberdrola, Spain. He received an M.S. in telecommunication engineering from the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid and a Masters in Energy Companies Management from the Antonio de Nebrija University, Madrid, Spain.
  • Iker Urrutia Iker Urrutia is telecommunications engineer at Iberdrola, Spain. He received an M.S. in telecommunications engineering from University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain.
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