Category: <span>Alliance Release</span>

Phoenix Systems developed PRIME network diagnostic tools
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Phoenix Systems developed PRIME network diagnostic tools

Phoenix Systems developed PRIME network diagnostic tools based on Phoenix-PRIME PLC Doctor project goal was to develop hardware and software tools to diagnose PRIME network performance. It will enable to detect various PLC communication problems occurring in the large scale power grids. Phoenix-PRIME, a certified PRIME implementation, developed by Polish technology company Phoenix Systems, was...

1st PRIME Alliance Utility to Utility User Group Meeting
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1st PRIME Alliance Utility to Utility User Group Meeting

9th February 2015, Brussels: The PRIME Alliance held its first Utility to Utility User Group Conference hosted by Iberdrola and GNF in Madrid between the 21st and 22nd of January 2015.  With a strong participation of attendees, Iberdrola, GNF, EDP and Energa-Operator exchanged in a very open and trusted manner their experiences in rolling out...

Unleashing the Full Potential of the PRIME PLC Standard
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Unleashing the Full Potential of the PRIME PLC Standard

3rd November, Amsterdam: PRIME version 1.4 represents an extension of version 1.3, that includes changes at the PHY and MAC level bringing improvements such as increased robustness and throughput, band expansion, band-plan flexibility and IP version 6 support whilst ensuring backwards compatibility. This new release keeps all of the benefits and lessons learned from 5...

Interoperability Testing of PRIME 1.4 Specifications
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Interoperability Testing of PRIME 1.4 Specifications

22nd October 2014, Madrid: PRIME members met at DNV GL, Madrid last week for the second phase of vendor interoperability testing for the about to be released, new 1.4 specifications.  New features of the 1.4 specifications will include increased robustness and throughput, band expansion to FCC and ARIB, band-plan flexibility and IPv6 support whilst maintaining...

PRIME V 1.4 Specifications
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PRIME V 1.4 Specifications

27th May 2014, Brussels:  The PRIME Alliance Board of Directors decided at its recent meeting, the release of the new PRIME v1.4. Specifications, that will be fully accessible during the Utility Week event in Amsterdam. New Features and Backward Compatibility The updated specification will introduce new features, among them, robust mode operation, and extension to...