Publication detail

Broadband Power-line Devices Comparison and HomePlug AV2 Experimental Measurement

SLÁČIK, J. MLÝNEK, P. FUJDIAK, R.

Original Title

Broadband Power-line Devices Comparison and HomePlug AV2 Experimental Measurement

English Title

Broadband Power-line Devices Comparison and HomePlug AV2 Experimental Measurement

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

In general, Broadband over Power-Line (BPL) systems can be used as a replacement of WIFI or LAN routers. The main advantage is deployment in places where there are no possibilities to install other communication technologies using additional communication wires or in places with poor conditions for radio transmissions. Nowadays, BPL devices use e.g. network extender which fully replaces ethernet interface thanks to high communication speed on application layer. BPL is also used as a backhaul on medium voltage for Smart Grids and also BPL is being deployed on smart meters to provide high performance. Several standards and recommendations for this technology have emerged. This paper deals with the measurement of the maximal throughput of two available BPL devices, HomePlug AV2 compliant with two topologies, using measurement methodology RFC 6349, RFC 2544, TCP Throughput and iPerf.

English abstract

In general, Broadband over Power-Line (BPL) systems can be used as a replacement of WIFI or LAN routers. The main advantage is deployment in places where there are no possibilities to install other communication technologies using additional communication wires or in places with poor conditions for radio transmissions. Nowadays, BPL devices use e.g. network extender which fully replaces ethernet interface thanks to high communication speed on application layer. BPL is also used as a backhaul on medium voltage for Smart Grids and also BPL is being deployed on smart meters to provide high performance. Several standards and recommendations for this technology have emerged. This paper deals with the measurement of the maximal throughput of two available BPL devices, HomePlug AV2 compliant with two topologies, using measurement methodology RFC 6349, RFC 2544, TCP Throughput and iPerf.

Keywords

broadband;chip;device;BPL standard;powerline;recommendation;measurement;TCP;UDP;throughput

Released

17.07.2018

ISBN

978-1-5386-4695-3

Book

41st International Conference on Telecommunications and Signal Processing (TSP)

Pages from

63

Pages to

666

Pages count

4

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT149383,
  author="Ján {Sláčik} and Petr {Mlýnek} and Radek {Fujdiak}",
  title="Broadband Power-line Devices Comparison and HomePlug AV2 Experimental Measurement",
  annote="In general, Broadband over Power-Line (BPL) systems can be used as a replacement of WIFI or LAN routers. The main advantage is deployment in places where there are no possibilities to install other communication technologies using additional communication wires or in places with poor conditions for radio transmissions. Nowadays, BPL devices use e.g. network extender which fully replaces ethernet interface thanks to high communication speed on application layer. BPL is also used as a backhaul on medium voltage for Smart Grids and also BPL is being deployed on smart meters to provide high performance. Several standards and recommendations for this technology have emerged. This paper deals with the measurement of the maximal throughput of two available BPL devices, HomePlug AV2 compliant with two topologies, using measurement methodology RFC 6349, RFC 2544, TCP Throughput and iPerf.",
  booktitle="41st International Conference on Telecommunications and Signal Processing (TSP)",
  chapter="149383",
  doi="10.1109/TSP.2018.8441473",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2018",
  month="july",
  pages="63--666",
  type="conference paper"
}