FPGA-based real time compensation method for medium voltage transducers
AbstractSince the increase of the distributed power connected to the medium voltage networks, a capillary monitoring of the power quality becomes essential. This entails the spread of transducers with suitable frequency bandwidths, as required by the relevant standards. The paper describes a real time compensation method for the extension of the frequency bandwidth of medium voltage dividers whose performances do not allow to perform measurements over a wide frequency range. This approach will contribute to keep the costs of this innovation low.
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