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A Powerline-based Legacy-line Communication System for Implementation of a Communication Network in Ship
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 Title & Authors
A Powerline-based Legacy-line Communication System for Implementation of a Communication Network in Ship
Kim, Hyun-Sik; Kang, Seog Geun;
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 Abstract
In this paper, a method of implementing a communication network in ship, which exploits a powerline-based legacy-line communication system (LLC), is presented. We develop an inductive coupling unit and a multi-interface device to connect a data communication terminal to the powerline. As a result of operation tests for the ship under working, the implemented LLC shows a transmission rate of at least 25.8 Mbps in the distance of 200 m away with 100% success rate. Thus, the system can be a useful alternative to implement a communication network in ship without additional channels. Being easy to be implemented and supporting various interfaces for data communication, the presented system will be very effective when a real-time monitoring system is launched in future digital ship.
 Keywords
Legacy-line communication;powerline communication;coupling unit;communication network in ship;digital ship;
 Language
Korean
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