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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Defining the Smart Grid WAN

    The key value of any wireless network is its ability to deliver the necessary capacity over an area of coverage at a cost commensurate with the value provided. The impediment to achieving this rather simple goal is RF signal attenuation, which imposes constraints when balancing the contradictory objectives of close...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Application Domain Partitioning for the Smart Grid

    Today's electric grid employs a variety of different monitoring and control applications, many of which use different forms of communications. Utilities also operate a number of enterprise applications on their corporate networks. The advent of the Smart Grid affords an opportunity to create an integrated communications infrastructure capable of supporting...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Wireless WAN for the Smart Grid: Distribution Networking for Today's (and Tomorrow's) Smart Grid Communications Infrastructure

    A Smart Grid communications infrastructure allows utilities to interact with devices on their electric grid as well as with customers and distributed power generation and storage facilities. To achieve the full vision of the Smart Grid, utilities need to support multiple networks: the Home Area Networks (HANs) for consumer energy...

    Provided By Trilliant

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Wireless WAN for the Smart Grid: Distribution Networking for Today's (and Tomorrow's) Smart Grid Communications Infrastructure

    A Smart Grid communications infrastructure allows utilities to interact with devices on their electric grid as well as with customers and distributed power generation and storage facilities. To achieve the full vision of the Smart Grid, utilities need to support multiple networks: the Home Area Networks (HANs) for consumer energy...

    Provided By Trilliant

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Defining the Smart Grid WAN

    The key value of any wireless network is its ability to deliver the necessary capacity over an area of coverage at a cost commensurate with the value provided. The impediment to achieving this rather simple goal is RF signal attenuation, which imposes constraints when balancing the contradictory objectives of close...

    Provided By Trilliant

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Application Domain Partitioning for the Smart Grid

    Today's electric grid employs a variety of different monitoring and control applications, many of which use different forms of communications. Utilities also operate a number of enterprise applications on their corporate networks. The advent of the Smart Grid affords an opportunity to create an integrated communications infrastructure capable of supporting...

    Provided By Trilliant