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A Low-Cost Smart Web Sensor for Power Quality Monitoring
12/5/2002   Post a comment
The problem of Power Quality (PQ) is concerned with the types of interference that can occur on the main power line. These electromagnetic disturbances can comprise a wide range of frequencies and can be present in industrial, domestic, and commercial systems. It is frequently necessary to measure PQ indices in wide electric-power plant or in industrial zones. Towards this aim, Giovanni Bucci et al describe a low-cost smart Web sensor to acquire, process, and transmit data over an 802.3 network

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