With cooperative wireless networking, a model allowing for coordinated operation among two or more wireless networks outfitted with dual or multi-mode communication devices, utilities are able to improve power system operation efficiency and reliability by acquiring more accurate and timely information. At the same time, customers can benefit from reduced energy bills and higher power quality.
Cooperative Wireless Networking for Smart Grid
Posted: 13 Jan 2013
Weihua Zhuang and Xuemin Shen
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