State of art, meter data management system using compressed sensing for AMI based on wavelet.

Francisco Pabon Plaza, Esteban Inga Ortega

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Abstract

© 2003-2012 IEEE. This article presents the possibility of reception and broadcast of information between smart meters and electrical enterprises, in real time through the cellular network, but with the use of the existing infrastructure; therefore, is possible to include to advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), due to that can able to share the spectrum of cellular network with smart meters (SM). The information generated by a Smart Meter transmitted through the cellular network, compiled by the data management system of measurement (MDMS), and which form the big data of AMI. However, this information can be compressed and sent through of wireless network and decoded in the receiver. So that information can travel through the cellular network, and can be reducing the data using compressing method, which not only compresses the signal, also at the same time acts as an option for security of data before of recover all the dispersed information. Through of the application of high-efficiency algorithms is possible ensure that the information reaches completely in the receiver. It is possible to separate from the main signal the noise generated from the send to the reception using the Wavelet transform, which is a mathematical function of analysis of non-permanent signals, with fast action, data compression capabilities, and elimination of noise in the signal, which in our case comes from smart metering on Smart Grid.
Translated title of the contributionSistema de gestión de datos de medidores de última generación que utiliza sensores comprimidos para AMI basados en wavelet.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3774-3780
Number of pages7
JournalIEEE Latin America Transactions
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Dec 2015

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