Power system planners and analysts see growing opportunities in the use of higher-resolution, time-synchronized grid data for a variety of applications. This paper defines high-resolution measurements as those faster than 256 samples/sec., ranging up to a million samples/second (1 MHz). It reviews the types of devices that can make such measurements. It looks at some of the more valuable applications for high-speed, time-synchronized data use and considers where on the grid such applications might be implemented.
PNNL-29770 and NASPI-2020-TR-004
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Grid Monitoring Devices
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