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Proposing a new algorithm for defining the shortest distance among ZigBee-based communication devices in microgrids

Setiawan, M.A., Shahnia, F., Ghosh, A. and Rajakaruna, S. (2014) Proposing a new algorithm for defining the shortest distance among ZigBee-based communication devices in microgrids. In: 24th Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference (AUPEC) 2014, 28 Sept. - 1 Oct. 2014, Perth, W.A

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Abstract

To improve the controllability within Future microgrids, a communication network needs to be available to provide data transfer within the MG. Wireless technologies such as ZigBee seem to be a good alternative for data transfer within MGs mainly due to low cost, more flexibility and acceptable data transfer rate. In such networks ZigBee-based repeaters are required to strengthen the communication signals if the DG units are scattered over a vast area. This paper mainly discusses on the algorithms required for defining the shortest distance between the DG units and the MG central controller. Different methods are discussed and a new algorithm is presented. Through the numerical analyses, it is demonstrated that the proposed method leads to a high reduction in the number of repeaters than other conventional algorithms.

Publication Type: Conference Paper
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/32582
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