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Spectrum management of power line communications networks for industrial applications

  • Power line communications (PLC) reuse the existing power-grid infrastructure for the transmission of data signals. As power line the communication technology does not require a dedicated network setup, it can be used to connect a multitude of sensors and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Those IoT devices could be deployed in homes, streets, or industrial environments for sensing and to control related applications. The key challenge faced by future IoT-oriented narrowband PLC networks is to provide a high quality of service (QoS). In fact, the power line channel has been traditionally considered too hostile. Combined with the fact that spectrum is a scarce resource and interference from other users, this requirement calls for means to increase spectral efficiency radically and to improve link reliability. However, the research activities carried out in the last decade have shown that it is a suitable technology for a large number of applications. Motivated by the relevant impact of PLC on IoT, this paper proposed a cooperative spectrum allocation in IoT-oriented narrowband PLC networks using an iterative water-filling algorithm.

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Name:Zimmermann, Alfred
ISBN:978-981-15-5783-5
Erschienen in:Human centred intelligent systems : proceedings of KES-HCIS 2020 Conference. - (Smart innovation, systems and technology ; 189)
Publisher:Springer
Place of publication:Singapore
Editor:Alfred Zimmermann
Document Type:Conference Proceeding
Language:English
Year of Publication:2020
Pagenumber:10
First Page:173
Last Page:182
Catalogue entry:Im Katalog der Hochschule Reutlingen ansehen
Dewey Decimal Classification:650 Management
Open Access:Nein