This paper presents a theoretical and experimental analysis on the application of power-line communication (PLC) on a cruise ship. The authors have developed an accurate model of the power grid of a ship when it is used as a PLC channel. The model is developed based on a theoretical approach and validated by a thorough measurement campaign. The accuracy of the model is addressed by a comparison between simulation results and measured data, and its use gives an insight into the performance of the power network to be used as PLC channel.

Analysis of Power-Line Communication Channels in Ships

BARMADA, SAMI;RAUGI, MARCO;TUCCI, MAURO
2010

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This paper presents a theoretical and experimental analysis on the application of power-line communication (PLC) on a cruise ship. The authors have developed an accurate model of the power grid of a ship when it is used as a PLC channel. The model is developed based on a theoretical approach and validated by a thorough measurement campaign. The accuracy of the model is addressed by a comparison between simulation results and measured data, and its use gives an insight into the performance of the power network to be used as PLC channel.
Barmada, Sami; Bellanti, Lisa; Raugi, Marco; Tucci, Mauro
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