IEC 61334-6 PDF

Buy IEC Ed. Distribution automation using distribution line carrier systems Part 6: A-XDR encoding rule from SAI Global. IEC (), Distribution automation using distribution line carrier systems. Part 6: A-XDR encoding rule: Defines a set of encoding rules that may be. Purchase your copy of BS EN , IEC as a PDF download or hard copy directly from the official BSI Shop. All BSI.

Author: Mukora Moogulrajas
Country: Togo
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Spiritual
Published (Last): 6 December 2015
Pages: 486
PDF File Size: 9.78 Mb
ePub File Size: 15.50 Mb
ISBN: 429-8-77225-870-2
Downloads: 88624
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Samujora

IECknown as Distribution automation using distribution line carrier systemsis a standard for low-speed reliable power line communications by electricity meterswater meters and SCADA. It is actually a series of standards oec the researched physical environment of power lines, a well-adapted physical layer, a workable low-power media access layer, and a management interface. Related standards use the physical layer e. The physical layer synchronizes a small packet of tones to the zero-crossing of the power line’s voltage.

IEC | IEC Webstore

The iwc are chosen by utilities, not specified in the standard. One tone is chosen for mark i. The standard permits each zero-crossing to convey 1, 2, 4 or 8 bits, with increased sensitivity to timing as the number of bits increases. In multiphase power lines, a separate signal might be sent on each phase to speed up the transmission.


BS EN 61334-6:2001, IEC 61334-6:2000

The standard’s low speed is caused by the limited number of bits per power line cycle. The high reliability comes from its reliable timing system i. The most significant bits are sent first, unlike a conventional serial port.

The data from zero crossings should be collected into 8-bit bytes. Each byte is collected into byte packets. The first four bytes of each packet are a preamble to measure the channel’s current condition. This is followed by 38 bytes of data, and 3 byte-times of silence. The physical layer is adaptive.

The silence and the preamble allow the receiver’s signal processing to measure the channel’s noise ratios. Depending on the signal to noise ratios, the bits can be recovered from the difference between the power of the mark and space tones, the power of the mark tones only, or the space tones only.

The system should be able to adjust the receiving method on each byte packet. The bytes from the low-layer packets are reformed into bytes for the higher layers. The higher link-layer strongly resembles HDLCexcept with a novel feature that allows selected stations to retransmit messages.


For example, it lets a central controller read a unit’s signal to noise ratios, and set the bit that enables a station to retransmit weak stations. S-FSK spread frequency-shift keying is a modulation scheme that combines some of the advantages of classical spread-spectrum modulation immunity against narrow-band interference with some of the advantages of classical frequency-shift keying Iecc is low complexity.

The frequencies are placed far enough apart that frequency-selective fading and narrow-band interference only blocks one of the frequencies, so the receiver can still recover all the data from the other frequency. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. List of International 661334-6 Commission standards. Retrieved from ” https: Wide area networks Networking standards.

Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 30 Marchat By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.