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Li Li – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • performance analysis of ieee 802 11af standard based neighbourhood area Network for smart grid applications
    Vehicular Technology Conference, 2015
    Co-Authors: Huamiao Hu, Dritan Kaleshi, Angela Doufexi, Li Li
    Abstract:

    A neighbourhood area Network (NAN) connects all the end users with energy suppliers and/or distributed generation. In this paper, we propose an IEEE 802.11af based NAN for Smart Grid applications in Low Voltage electricity Networks and analyze its packet delivery and delay performance against the Smart Grid requirements. The IEEE 802.11af is implemented in ns3 and its performance for carrying Smart Grid traffic is simulated and analyzed. The simulation results show that the proposed NAN achieves over 99$\%$ PDR and below 200ms end-to-end delay for normal smart metering-like traffic, which adequately fulfils the requirement of best-effort applications in the Smart Grid. The results also provide quantitative insight into the tradeoff between coverage and performance, which can serve as guidelines for IEEE 802.11af NAN designs for Smart Grid deployment. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work that provides specific results for IEEE 802.11af performance as the last mile Access Network Technology in a Smart Grid scenario.

  • VTC Spring – Performance Analysis of IEEE 802.11af Standard Based Neighbourhood Area Network for Smart Grid Applications
    2015 IEEE 81st Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring), 2015
    Co-Authors: Huamiao Hu, Dritan Kaleshi, Angela Doufexi, Li Li
    Abstract:

    A neighbourhood area Network (NAN) connects all the end users with energy suppliers and/or distributed generation. In this paper, we propose an IEEE 802.11af based NAN for Smart Grid applications in Low Voltage electricity Networks and analyze its packet delivery and delay performance against the Smart Grid requirements. The IEEE 802.11af is implemented in ns3 and its performance for carrying Smart Grid traffic is simulated and analyzed. The simulation results show that the proposed NAN achieves over 99$\%$ PDR and below 200ms end-to-end delay for normal smart metering-like traffic, which adequately fulfils the requirement of best-effort applications in the Smart Grid. The results also provide quantitative insight into the tradeoff between coverage and performance, which can serve as guidelines for IEEE 802.11af NAN designs for Smart Grid deployment. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work that provides specific results for IEEE 802.11af performance as the last mile Access Network Technology in a Smart Grid scenario.

Huamiao Hu – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • performance analysis of ieee 802 11af standard based neighbourhood area Network for smart grid applications
    Vehicular Technology Conference, 2015
    Co-Authors: Huamiao Hu, Dritan Kaleshi, Angela Doufexi, Li Li
    Abstract:

    A neighbourhood area Network (NAN) connects all the end users with energy suppliers and/or distributed generation. In this paper, we propose an IEEE 802.11af based NAN for Smart Grid applications in Low Voltage electricity Networks and analyze its packet delivery and delay performance against the Smart Grid requirements. The IEEE 802.11af is implemented in ns3 and its performance for carrying Smart Grid traffic is simulated and analyzed. The simulation results show that the proposed NAN achieves over 99$\%$ PDR and below 200ms end-to-end delay for normal smart metering-like traffic, which adequately fulfils the requirement of best-effort applications in the Smart Grid. The results also provide quantitative insight into the tradeoff between coverage and performance, which can serve as guidelines for IEEE 802.11af NAN designs for Smart Grid deployment. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work that provides specific results for IEEE 802.11af performance as the last mile Access Network Technology in a Smart Grid scenario.

  • VTC Spring – Performance Analysis of IEEE 802.11af Standard Based Neighbourhood Area Network for Smart Grid Applications
    2015 IEEE 81st Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring), 2015
    Co-Authors: Huamiao Hu, Dritan Kaleshi, Angela Doufexi, Li Li
    Abstract:

    A neighbourhood area Network (NAN) connects all the end users with energy suppliers and/or distributed generation. In this paper, we propose an IEEE 802.11af based NAN for Smart Grid applications in Low Voltage electricity Networks and analyze its packet delivery and delay performance against the Smart Grid requirements. The IEEE 802.11af is implemented in ns3 and its performance for carrying Smart Grid traffic is simulated and analyzed. The simulation results show that the proposed NAN achieves over 99$\%$ PDR and below 200ms end-to-end delay for normal smart metering-like traffic, which adequately fulfils the requirement of best-effort applications in the Smart Grid. The results also provide quantitative insight into the tradeoff between coverage and performance, which can serve as guidelines for IEEE 802.11af NAN designs for Smart Grid deployment. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work that provides specific results for IEEE 802.11af performance as the last mile Access Network Technology in a Smart Grid scenario.

Dritan Kaleshi – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • performance analysis of ieee 802 11af standard based neighbourhood area Network for smart grid applications
    Vehicular Technology Conference, 2015
    Co-Authors: Huamiao Hu, Dritan Kaleshi, Angela Doufexi, Li Li
    Abstract:

    A neighbourhood area Network (NAN) connects all the end users with energy suppliers and/or distributed generation. In this paper, we propose an IEEE 802.11af based NAN for Smart Grid applications in Low Voltage electricity Networks and analyze its packet delivery and delay performance against the Smart Grid requirements. The IEEE 802.11af is implemented in ns3 and its performance for carrying Smart Grid traffic is simulated and analyzed. The simulation results show that the proposed NAN achieves over 99$\%$ PDR and below 200ms end-to-end delay for normal smart metering-like traffic, which adequately fulfils the requirement of best-effort applications in the Smart Grid. The results also provide quantitative insight into the tradeoff between coverage and performance, which can serve as guidelines for IEEE 802.11af NAN designs for Smart Grid deployment. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work that provides specific results for IEEE 802.11af performance as the last mile Access Network Technology in a Smart Grid scenario.

  • VTC Spring – Performance Analysis of IEEE 802.11af Standard Based Neighbourhood Area Network for Smart Grid Applications
    2015 IEEE 81st Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring), 2015
    Co-Authors: Huamiao Hu, Dritan Kaleshi, Angela Doufexi, Li Li
    Abstract:

    A neighbourhood area Network (NAN) connects all the end users with energy suppliers and/or distributed generation. In this paper, we propose an IEEE 802.11af based NAN for Smart Grid applications in Low Voltage electricity Networks and analyze its packet delivery and delay performance against the Smart Grid requirements. The IEEE 802.11af is implemented in ns3 and its performance for carrying Smart Grid traffic is simulated and analyzed. The simulation results show that the proposed NAN achieves over 99$\%$ PDR and below 200ms end-to-end delay for normal smart metering-like traffic, which adequately fulfils the requirement of best-effort applications in the Smart Grid. The results also provide quantitative insight into the tradeoff between coverage and performance, which can serve as guidelines for IEEE 802.11af NAN designs for Smart Grid deployment. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work that provides specific results for IEEE 802.11af performance as the last mile Access Network Technology in a Smart Grid scenario.

Angela Doufexi – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • performance analysis of ieee 802 11af standard based neighbourhood area Network for smart grid applications
    Vehicular Technology Conference, 2015
    Co-Authors: Huamiao Hu, Dritan Kaleshi, Angela Doufexi, Li Li
    Abstract:

    A neighbourhood area Network (NAN) connects all the end users with energy suppliers and/or distributed generation. In this paper, we propose an IEEE 802.11af based NAN for Smart Grid applications in Low Voltage electricity Networks and analyze its packet delivery and delay performance against the Smart Grid requirements. The IEEE 802.11af is implemented in ns3 and its performance for carrying Smart Grid traffic is simulated and analyzed. The simulation results show that the proposed NAN achieves over 99$\%$ PDR and below 200ms end-to-end delay for normal smart metering-like traffic, which adequately fulfils the requirement of best-effort applications in the Smart Grid. The results also provide quantitative insight into the tradeoff between coverage and performance, which can serve as guidelines for IEEE 802.11af NAN designs for Smart Grid deployment. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work that provides specific results for IEEE 802.11af performance as the last mile Access Network Technology in a Smart Grid scenario.

  • VTC Spring – Performance Analysis of IEEE 802.11af Standard Based Neighbourhood Area Network for Smart Grid Applications
    2015 IEEE 81st Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring), 2015
    Co-Authors: Huamiao Hu, Dritan Kaleshi, Angela Doufexi, Li Li
    Abstract:

    A neighbourhood area Network (NAN) connects all the end users with energy suppliers and/or distributed generation. In this paper, we propose an IEEE 802.11af based NAN for Smart Grid applications in Low Voltage electricity Networks and analyze its packet delivery and delay performance against the Smart Grid requirements. The IEEE 802.11af is implemented in ns3 and its performance for carrying Smart Grid traffic is simulated and analyzed. The simulation results show that the proposed NAN achieves over 99$\%$ PDR and below 200ms end-to-end delay for normal smart metering-like traffic, which adequately fulfils the requirement of best-effort applications in the Smart Grid. The results also provide quantitative insight into the tradeoff between coverage and performance, which can serve as guidelines for IEEE 802.11af NAN designs for Smart Grid deployment. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work that provides specific results for IEEE 802.11af performance as the last mile Access Network Technology in a Smart Grid scenario.

David P. Reed – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Prospects for Competition in the Provision of Internet Access Services Over Broadband Local Access Networks: Technology Trends – A Working Draft
    Social Science Research Network, 2020
    Co-Authors: David P. Reed
    Abstract:

    As the Internet has emerged as the critical communications platform of modern society, it has generated increasing regulatory attention to achieve societal communications policy objectives associated with availability and affordability. It is therefore important that policy makers understand the anticipated evolution of broadband Network technologies over time to support the development of realistic broadband policy goals associated with infrastructure development and deployment. This working paper develops a framework for studying existing and emerging broadband local Access Network Technology options in comparative fashion in order to identify trends in the engineering economics of broadband Network infrastructure over the next 5 – 10 years. The results of this paper are to identify key trends in the current evolution of local Access Network technologies. Future work for this research will be to incorporate an engineering economic analysis into the framework in order to examine the future prospects for prospects given these Technology trends.