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Presentation 2014-03-07 15:15
Transmission Performance of High-Voltage Power Line Communication in a Hybrid Vehicle
Masaki Takanashi, Atsuhiro Takahashi, Hiroya Tanaka, Hiroaki Hayashi, Tomohisa Harada, Yoshiyuki Hattori (Toyota CRDL) CAS2013-121 SIP2013-167 CS2013-134
Abstract (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
(in English) ecently, a large number of electronic equipments have been deployed in hybrid and electric vehicle to achieve energy efficient and comfort driving.
It is concerned that the number of harnesses and connectors are increasing.
Employing power line communication (PLC) which exploits power supply line in vehicle is an interesting solution to reduce the number of harnesses and connectors.
Many research activities for conventional combustion engine vehicles, hybrid vehicles and electric vehicles have been conducted.
However these researches are only for low-voltage (12V) DC power supply line in vehicle.
This line is composed of only a plus line, which is connected to electric equipments, and vehicle body becomes the return line.
Therefore, the line not only emit singal outside the vehicle and but also is vulnerable to noise from the outside.
200V high-volatage line is deployed in hybrid vehicle in addition to 12V line.
We study the PLC which employs this 200V high-voltage line this time.
This line is composed of a pallalel line as P-line and N-line, and a shield sheathe which covers the pallalel line.
Due to the feature of the line, it is expected that we can suppress the signal emission and noise immunity which is one of the problems for 12V PLC.
This paper clarifies the transmission performance of the high-voltage line through channel measurement and simulation.
Keyword (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
(in English) Powerline communication / Hybrid vehicle / High-voltage line / Transmission channel / / / /  
Reference Info. IEICE Tech. Rep., vol. 113, no. 465, CS2013-134, pp. 181-186, March 2014.
Paper # CS2013-134 
Date of Issue 2014-02-27 (CAS, SIP, CS) 
ISSN Print edition: ISSN 0913-5685  Online edition: ISSN 2432-6380
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Conference Information
Committee CS CAS SIP  
Conference Date 2014-03-06 - 2014-03-07 
Place (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
Place (in English) Osaka City University Media Center 
Topics (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
Topics (in English) Network Processor, Signal Processing for Communication, Wireless LAN/PAN, etc. 
Paper Information
Registration To CS 
Conference Code 2014-03-CS-CAS-SIP 
Language Japanese 
Title (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
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Title (in English) Transmission Performance of High-Voltage Power Line Communication in a Hybrid Vehicle 
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Keyword(1) Powerline communication  
Keyword(2) Hybrid vehicle  
Keyword(3) High-voltage line  
Keyword(4) Transmission channel  
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1st Author's Name Masaki Takanashi  
1st Author's Affiliation Toyota Central R&D Laboratory Incorporated (Toyota CRDL)
2nd Author's Name Atsuhiro Takahashi  
2nd Author's Affiliation Toyota Central R&D Laboratory Incorporated (Toyota CRDL)
3rd Author's Name Hiroya Tanaka  
3rd Author's Affiliation Toyota Central R&D Laboratory Incorporated (Toyota CRDL)
4th Author's Name Hiroaki Hayashi  
4th Author's Affiliation Toyota Central R&D Laboratory Incorporated (Toyota CRDL)
5th Author's Name Tomohisa Harada  
5th Author's Affiliation Toyota Central R&D Laboratory Incorporated (Toyota CRDL)
6th Author's Name Yoshiyuki Hattori  
6th Author's Affiliation Toyota Central R&D Laboratory Incorporated (Toyota CRDL)
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Date Time 2014-03-07 15:15:00 
Presentation Time 25 
Registration for CS 
Paper # IEICE-CAS2013-121,IEICE-SIP2013-167,IEICE-CS2013-134 
Volume (vol) IEICE-113 
Number (no) no.463(CAS), no.464(SIP), no.465(CS) 
Page pp.181-186 
#Pages IEICE-6 
Date of Issue IEICE-CAS-2014-02-27,IEICE-SIP-2014-02-27,IEICE-CS-2014-02-27 


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