- June 17, 2011
- 3GPP Long Term Evolution, 4G, Aviat Networks, Microwave backhaul, Power line communication, smart grid, WiMAX, wireless, Wireless Backhaul, wireless technology, wirless backhaul, Zigbee
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Smart Grid is an enabling opportunity for operators to help address energy generation and consumption in an intelligent and efficient manner.
The explanation of Smart Grid solutions in this comparison chart should help to clarify the various choices for wireless connectivity—from access to backhaul, for data or management transmission—using any one or a combination of various technologies.
It compares various wireless technologies for wireless applications related to Smart Grid communications. It also covers general information such as “How to use in Smart Grid,” key advantages and notable weaknesses.
Key technical parameters such as bandwidth, coverage, user data rates and cost are also considered. Microwave, WiMAX, Mesh, LTE, 3G cellular, Power Line Carrier, WLAN and Zigbee are described.
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