Adaptive Signal Processing for Power Line Communications (2019)
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This thesis represents a significant part of the research activity conducted during the PhD program in Information Technologies, supported by Selta S.p.A, Cadeo, Italy, focused on the analysis and design of a Power Line Communications (PLC) system. In recent times the PLC technologies have been considered for integration in Smart Grids architectures, as they are used to exploit the existing power line infrastructure for information transmission purposes on low, medium and high voltage lines. The characterization of a reliable PLC system is a current object of research as well as it is the design of modems for communications over the power lines. In this thesis, the focus is on the analysis of a full-duplex PLC ... toggle 15 keywordsadaptive signal processing – least mean square – lms – echo cancellation – weight reset – full-duplex – power line communications – plc – impulsive noise – ofdm – multicarrier echo canceller – fixed point lms – channel coding – ldpc – bit interleaved coded modulation
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