THE APPLICATION OF SMART METERING DEVICES IN DISTRIBUTION ELECTRICAL NETWORKS
Keywords:distribution power networks, state estimation, typical load schedules.
The availability of synchronized information about the measured operating parameters of the distribution electrical network makes it possible to determine the amount of electricity consumed by standard algebraic methods. However, often due to hardware or information failure, this data may not be available throughout the day or part of it. During measurements, as well as information transmission, the influence of electromagnetic interference, resynchronization, loss of individual information packets or targeted attacks on the information network by third parties in the form of manual or "viral" interference in the information system. Thus, a necessary condition for the information system functioning is the analysis of the obtained data, their verification and recovery of lost information
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