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Cognitive Radio based Smart Grid

Author :Mourya Biswas, Sravan Kumar Mangalagiri, G. Kalaimagal

Article Citation :Mourya Biswas ,Sravan Kumar Mangalagiri ,G. Kalaimagal , (2019 ) " Cognitive Radio based Smart Grid " , International Journal of Advance Computational Engineering and Networking (IJACEN) , pp. 47-53, Volume-7, Issue-2

Abstract : Cognitive Radio based Smart grid (SG) can be seen as the future of elec-tricity transmission and distribution. Smart grids are already substituting traditional power grids in a few developed nations and this change is both inevitable and for the best. Smart grids powered by cognitive radio technology can efficiently understand energy requirements per user, load and other fine and minute details without elaborate human intervention. In today’s world where non-renewable energy sources are fast depleting, cognitive radio based smart grid network, if laid on a large scale can help save energy by lowering wastage. For the smart grid to work effectively, Cognitive radio is made use of to communicate. In this backdrop, it’s essential to allocate channels for this communication and transmission of data to take place in a Cognitive smart grid network (CSGN). While most of the channels in 2G, 3G, 4G spectrum bands are under-utilized most of the time, the Cognitive radio can function within this purview only, by making use of Primary User (PU) channels whenever they are not in use. Primary Users are basically licensed (or allocated) channel. The identification, utilization and methodology of utilization of available channels by Secondary User (SU) etcetera can be done by various algo-rithms; through this paper, we have attempted to realise this. Keywords- Cognitive smart grid network

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-7, Issue-2


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