DLC channel noise characteristics : a survey of measurements
reportposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by J Barnes, Ken KwongKen Kwong
Knowledge of characteristics of electrical noise in power distribution networks between 2kHz to 150kHz is essential for optimum Distribution Line Carrier (DLC) system design. Reported findings on noise measurements in MV and LV networks in North America and Europe.. Knowledge of the characteristics of electrical noise in the power distribution network's between 2kHz to 150kHz is essential for optimum DLC system design. The available literature is surveyed to identify noise characteristics of typical DLC channels. Reported measurements to date indicate the DLC noise predominantly originates from customer's loads and is a mix of two or more noise processes. It is typically nonstationary and impulsive in nature.
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Number of Pages28
PublisherJames Goldston Faculty of Engineering, University of Central Queensland
Place of PublicationRockhampton, Qld.
External Author AffiliationsDepartment of Electrical Engineering; James Goldston Faculty of Engineering;