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Validated: IP/MPLS QoS for teleprotection

Chen, Hansen and Blair, Steven Macpherson (2016) Validated: IP/MPLS QoS for teleprotection. Nokia, Paris.

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Abstract

In recent testing, a new IP/MPLS QoS mechanism called Asymmetrical Delay Control (ADC) was found to prevent teleprotection false trips. This is good news for utility operators who had been wary about the capability of packet networks to meet their stringent teleprotection requirements.