The purpose of this guide is to familiarize system protection engineers with the use of microwave radio as a telecommunications channel for protective relaying. Many utilities have or are building a microwave system for transmission of voice, data, telemetry and SCADA. In view of the increasing importance of these functions, modern microwave systems are designed to be extremely reliable, and are thus well-suited for many protective relaying applications.
Microwave Communication Channels For Protective Relaying Applications
Posted: 18 Aug 1985
Authors:Microwave Communications for Relaying Applications Working Group
Primary Committee:Power System Relaying Committee
Sponsored by:Relaying Channels Subcommittee
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