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Title: A Methodology for the Evaluation and Deployment of Wireless Multi-hop Networks in Smart Grids
Authors: David Emanuel Rua
Filipe André Ribeiro
Rui Lopes Campos
José Ruela
João Peças Lopes
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: Smart grids aim at ensuring a secure, reliable and efficient operation of power systems and for that purpose they need communications infrastructures capable of meeting different requirements. Current and emerging wireless multi-hop solutions based on standard technologies are strong candidates for communications networks associated and integrated with electric distribution grids but a suitable methodology to evaluate and deploy them is missing. This paper presents a holistic methodology supported by contextual information used to generate different scenarios of distribution grids and to evaluate and deploy wireless communications networks for smart grids. Simulation results show that the methodology is suitable for the evaluation of wireless multi-hop networks in the smart grid context and prove that the performance of such networks meets the expected requirements of different applications.
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