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Title: Reliability Oriented Modeling and Analysis of Vehicular Power Line Communication for Vehicle to Grid (V2G) Information Exchange System
Authors: Zhang, Liang
Ma, Huanhuan
Shi, Donghan
Wang, Peng
Cai, Guowei
Liu, Xiaosheng
Keywords: V2G Information Exchange
Vehicular Power Line Communication
Issue Date: 2017
Source: Zhang, L., Ma, H., Shi, D., Wang, P., Cai, G., & Liu, X. (2017). Reliability Oriented Modeling and Analysis of Vehicular Power Line Communication for Vehicle to Grid (V2G) Information Exchange System. IEEE Access, 5, 12449-12457.
Series/Report no.: IEEE Access
Abstract: With the development of new energy technology, more and more plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) have appeared in our lives. In vehicle to grid (V2G) information exchange, the method that PEVs use to access the grid for information and vehicular data collection is the key factor that affects the reliability and real-time nature of V2G communication. Vehicular power line communication (VPLC) reuses vehicular power cables as a communication medium, which avoids the need for an additional vehicular communication line and optimizes the in-vehicle space. VPLC is being considered as a more competitive solution to reduce the complexity of design, weight, and cost associated with the rapid growth of electronic devices installed in vehicles, especially for PEVs. Nevertheless, there are factors that impact VPLC in such a way that disrupts reliability and introduces problems. One of these challenges is VPLC channel noise, which can reduce communication reliability. Hence, in this paper, we introduce a V2G information interaction system structure, based on power line communication, to establish a VPLC channel model for the vehicular data collection system. The model is developed in Simulink and leverages various vehicular noise models and binary frequency shift keying (BFSK) modulation; it also analyzes the channel characteristics by examining different types of noise based on BFSK. Our simulation results demonstrate the feasibility of PLC under BFSK modulation and demodulation, often used in PEVs, which could provide guidance to the implementation of VPLC in support of practical engineering.
DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2017.2717452
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