This course will look at various methods used to communicate information and important applications of communication in Power Systems. We will explore data telemetry and control, SCADA, radio and microwave communication, modulation, and multiplexing. The course concludes with an overview of the basic components of power line carriers: coupling capacitors, line tuners, and line traps.
Terminal Objective: The trainee shall identify areas in system operations that require some type of communication network.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain how data telemetry and control transmits information.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall describe a SCADA.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall discuss the need for communication in the area of load management.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall summarize how communication methods facilitate weather bulletins.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall recognize the need for communication networks in the area of protective relays.
Terminal Objective: The trainee shall list the various types of communication networks used on power systems and the main features of each technique.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain the use, advantage, and disadvantages of telephone lines and other hard wired systems.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall summarize the operation and advantages of radio transmission.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall describe the use of microwave communication.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall identify why power line carrier has proven itself as an economical and reliable method.
Terminal Objective: The trainee shall describe how voice or data signals are transferred from one location in the power system to another.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain how carrier frequencies are selected so as to distinguish one channel of information from another.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall differential between amplitude modulation and frequency modulation.
Terminal Objective: The trainee shall define multiplexing and how and why it is used.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall differentiate between time division multiplexing and frequency division multiplexing.
Terminal Objective: The trainee shall describe how power line carriers work.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall identify the basic components of power line carriers.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain how the coupling capacitors work.
Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain how a line tuner and a line trap work.
5115 Power System Operation Communications - North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC)
- North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC)
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5115 Power System Operation Communications - Registered Continuing Education Program RCEP
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