Optimal Resource Allocation for LTE Uplink Scheduling in Smart Grid Communications

Provided by: Science Publishing Group
Topic: Mobility
Format: PDF
The success of the smart grid majorly depends on the advanced communication architectures. An advanced smart grid network should satisfy the future demands of the electric systems in terms of reliability and latency. The latest 4th-Generation (4G) wireless technology, the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Long Term Evolution (LTE), is a promising choice for smart grid Wide Area Networks (WAN), due to its higher data rates, lower latency and larger coverage. However, LTE is not a dedicated technology invented for smart grid, and it does not provide Quality of Service (QoS) guarantee to the smart grid applications.

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