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Impulsive Noise on In-Vehicle Power Lines: Characterization and Impact on Communication Performance

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8 Author(s)
V. Degardin ; University of Lille, Lab. IEMN/TELICE, Bldg P3, 59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq, FRANCE. Phone: ; P. Laly ; M. Lienard ; P. Degauque
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This paper deals with the characterization of impulsive noise on in-vehicle power lines and the impact of this noise on communication performance. After briefly presenting the communication system, the principle of noise measurement is described and a statistical analysis of impulsive noise is carried out. A noise model is proposed and is then used in communication software, simulating the link, for determining the system performance in terms of erroneous bits or frame errors. The chosen communication standard is the one proposed by the HomePlug 1.0 for PLC indoor communication

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2006 IEEE International Symposium on Power Line Communications and Its Applications

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