The use of IP technology in the power utility environment.
AbstractsThis document addresses the new issues presented by internetworking technologies. The emphasis is on the application of these technologies for power utility applications. A comprehensive explanation of the IP technology has been included. Special interest has been devoted to those aspects that are relevant for the implementation of IP networks in the power utilities environment. It mainly develops the IP over ATM models since they are the most commonly used in present and future implementations. Other emerging architectures such as IP over SDH or OP over Dark Fibre are also mentioned.
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Study Committee : 35 (now D2) ?
WG (TF): WG 35.07
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