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Vulnerability of Zigbee to impulsive noise in electricity substations

Bhatti, Shahzad Ahmed and Shan, Qingshan S. and Atkinson, Robert and Vieira, M. and Glover, Ian (2011) Vulnerability of Zigbee to impulsive noise in electricity substations. In: General assembly and scientific symposium, 2011 XXXth URSI Proceedings. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, New York, pp. 1-4. ISBN 9781424451173

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Abstract

The vulnerability of Zigbee technology to noise in an electricity substation environment is assessed. Substation noise obtained from a measurement campaign is modelled as a Symmetric α-Stable process. The parameters of the model are estimated from the measurements and the resulting model is used to investigate the likely BER performance of Zigbee technology deployed in a substation.