Student: Sudipta Basak Advisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Werner Henkel Time frame: Spring 2017 Description: The purpose of this research is to primarily focus on investigating channel reciprocity in power lines. Initially, we will conduct experiments to determine the properties of the power line channel from both the transmitter side
Posts Categorized / Powerline Communications
Student: Etta Shyti Advisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Werner Henkel Time frame: Spring 2016 Description: All the work in this bachelors thesis is focused on investigating channel reciprocity in powerlines, i.e. performing measurements, which determine channel properties as seen from both the transmitting and receiving side, followed by a comparison and analysis of results.
Student: D. Thejani Himalika Fernando Advisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Werner Henkel Oana Graur Time frame: Spring 2013 Description: In this research, we have investigated the performance of using an adaptive NLMS filter to cancel impulse noise on powerlines. Using 930 impulses from various sources, which had measured and collected between the live-neutral
Student: Thejani Himalika Fernando Advisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Werner Henkel Time frame: Fall 2012 Description: We designed and constructed a suitable circuit for detecting and measuring the power line impulse noise which appears between live and neutral lines as well as between neutral and earth lines. Our study also involved in measuring