Power line communication channel modelling: investigation of Multipath PLC channel model for households
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Power line communication () has as of late increased across the board enthusiasm, from both industry and mainstream researchers, as a suitable option innovation for broadband interchanges particularly in the time of building up Smart framework systems. With a specific end goal to create PLC frameworks for Internet, voice, and data services requires estimation based models of the exchange qualities of the mains arrange appropriate for execution examination by recreation. This thesis aims at establishing an analytic model describing complex transfer functions of typical power line networks using a set of parameters playing vital role in the power line channel. The channel model will be based on physical signal propagation effects in mains networks including numerous branches. Besides multipath propagation accompanied by frequency- selective fading, signal attenuation of typical power cables increasing with length and frequency will be considered. The verification of the performance of the proposed model incorporates carrying out experimental investigations into the electrical influence factors of network components on PLC operation & presentation of the results in a suitable graphical and written form.