|Router for Power Packet Distribution Network: Design and Experimental Verification
Hikihara, Takashi https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0029-4358 (unconfirmed)
|IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid
|A power packet dispatching system is expected to be one of the advanced power distribution systems for controlling electric power, providing energy on demand, and reducing wasted energy consumption. In this paper, power packet routers are designed and experimentally verified for realizing a networked power packet distribution system. While the previously developed router directly forwards the power packet to a load, the new router forwards the packet to the other router with an information tag reattached to the power payload. In addition, the new router can adjust the starting time for forwarding the received power packet to the other site, thus utilizing storage capacity integrated into the router. The results successfully clarify the feasibility of the power packet distribution network.
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