An EETD Seminar on December 14, 2011 -- by Javier Matanza Domingo, Visiting Scholar with EETD, at the Demand Response Research Center, and Ph.D. Candidate at Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Madrid, Spain
Power Line Communication (PLC) is currently considered an emerging technology and is attracting the attention of the scientiﬁc community due to the promise of new ways to transmit information. Since this transmission path reaches wherever electricity is present, one of the main motivations is its use in all kinds of energy-related applications. Some examples are: remote-metering, remote-control and demand management.....
The seminar describes how the omnipresence of PLC networks could be integrated with the OpenADR infrastructure. The use of public and open PLC solution (PRIME) is proposed as a way to transmit OpenADR signals to end-users and commercial buildings. A brief description about the characteristic of PRIME will also be provided. This talk will also focus on evaluating the transmission of OpenADR signals using PRIME through a power line channel.
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