Telecoms Support for Smart Grid Applications Examined in New Topical Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

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New market research report “Telecom and Smart Grid: Technologies, Solutions, and Applications” provided by Mind Commerce Publishing has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd. According to the report, there is an increasing demand for the public and private network communication providers to establish their role in providing the infrastructure and foundation for smart grid communication.

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With the emergent smart grid sector gaining pace, there is an increasing demand for the public and private network communication providers to establish their role in providing the infrastructure and foundation for smart grid communication. Countless technologies are being developed, evaluated and deployed. A new energy value chain is emerging as a result of new technologies, new players, and new regulatory environments that encourage competitive markets.

New market research report “Telecom and Smart Grid: Technologies, Solutions, and Applications” provided by Mind Commerce Publishing has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Telecom and Smart Grid: Technologies, Solutions, and Applications
Published: March, 2012
Pages: 107
Price: US$ 995
http://marketpublishers.com/report/technologies_electronics/telecommunications/telecom_n_smart_grid_technologies_solutions_n_applications.html

The report research provides in-depth understanding of the telecom role in the smart grid applications with an emphasis on the benefits of fourth generation (4th) wireless via LTE in the smart grid. It evaluates the current state and the future of telecom applications and infrastructure in support of the smart grid.

Companies mentioned in the report include: IBM, Elster, Sensus, General Electric (GE), ABB, Google Smart Grid, and Cisco.

Report Contents:

1 Executive Summary

2 Smart Grid

2.1 The Smart Grid Ecosystem

3 Telecoms and Smart Grid

3.1 Telecommunication Support for the Smart Grid
3.1.1 Evolution of the Telecommunication to Support Applications
3.2 Second Generation Mobile Telecommunications (2G)
3.2.1 SIM
3.2.2 Speech Coding
3.2.3 Authentications and Security in GSM Networks
3.2.4 WAP (Wireless Applicant Protocol)
3.3 Mobile Telecommunications Third Generation
3.3.1 Characteristics of 3G Systems
3.3.2 The Evolution of the 3G System
3.3.3 Applications in 3G System
3.3.4 Summary
3.4 Mobile Telecommunications 4th Generation and Beyond
3.4.1 Target of 4G System
3.5 Applications and Services of 4G System
3.5.1 Tele Presence
3.5.2 Information Access
3.5.3 Inter-Machine Communication
3.5.4 Intelligent Shopping
3.5.5 Location-Based Services
3.5.6 Globalization of Products
3.5.7 Communicating Appliances
3.5.8 Standardization Diversification
3.5.9 Summary
3.6 How Can Telecoms Support Smart Grid Applications
3.7 Deploying The Smart Grid Networks
3.7.1 Radio Frequency Mesh Networks
3.8 3g Network Support for the Smart Grid
3.8.1 Home Area Networks
3.8.2 Telecoms Support for the HAN
3.8.3 Field Area Networks (FAN)
3.8.4 Substation Area Networks (SAN)
3.8.5 Wide Area Networks (WAN)
3.8.6 Local Area Networks (LAN)
3.9 Demands for the Smart Grid
3.9.1 The Benefits of Smart Grid
3.10 Problems of Electrical Power Systems
3.10.1 The Role of Smart Grid Applications in Fixing Electrical Power Systems Problems
3.11 Quality of Service in Smart Grid Networks
3.12 Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) and Smart Grid
3.13 Machine-To-Machine (M2M) and Smart Grid
3.13.1 M2M Building Blocks
3.13.2 M2M Evolution
3.13.3 Wireless Transport of M2M Data to and from the Monitoring Facility
3.13.4 The Back-End Operations and Support Infrastructure
3.13.5 M2M Solution Building Blocks: a More In-Depth View
3.13.6 The Machine the Customer Intends to Monitor and Control
3.13.7 The In-Field Hardware Device Created by the Hardware Vendor
3.13.8 Wireless Network
3.13.9 The Back-End Server
3.13.10 The Internet
3.13.11 The Customer Facility for Monitoring and Controlling the Machines
3.13.13 Wimax
3.13.14 Zigbee
3.13.15 6LowPAN
3.14 Latest and Upcoming Technologies for Telecom in the M2M Domain
3.14.1 Picocell
3.14.2 Femtocell
3.14.3 Microcells
3.14.4 Advantages and Working Principle
3.14.5 Prototype of Zeppelin Based Communication Backbone
3.14.6 Overview
3.14.7 Product Analysis
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More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Mind Commerce Publishing page.

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