Two-Way Data Processing Technology for OPGW Line of Distribution Power Communication Networks
Keywords:OPGW, two-way data technology, outage probability, simulation, analytical expression
Promoted by information technology and scalable information systems, optical fiber composite overhead ground wire (OPGW) can not only improve the use efficiency of power towers, but also give full play to the dual role of communication optical cable and ground wire, due to the advantages of high reliability, excellent mechanical performance and low cost. The effective processing of the data from OPGW can effectively promote the wide application. In this paper, we study the two-way data processing technology for OPGW line of distribution power communication networks, where a single relay node assists the two-way data processing in time-division multiplexing mode. We evaluate the influence of the model parameters on the system data processing performance by investigating the outage probability, whereas the analytical and simulation results are demonstrated to show the effectiveness of two-way data processing for the OPGW communication. The results in this paper provides important reference for the development of OPGW communication and scalable information systems.
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