Review:IPDC - Free and open source Phasor Data Concentrator
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|Name||iPDC - Free and open source Phasor Data Concentrator|
|Short description||iPDC is a free and open source Phasor Data Concentrator that collects data from Phasor Measurement Unit devices and other iPDC's that are IEEEC37.118 Std compliant. It also archive received data in the MysQL database on local or remore machine.|
|Full description||iPDC is a Phasor data concentrator that collects the data from Phasor measurement units and other iPDCs that comply with the IEEEC37.118 standard. It time aligns and combines the received data into frames as per IEEEC37.118 and sends to other iPDCs. It also has the feature to archive received data in the MySQL database on local disk or remote machine disk. A friendly graphical user interface is provided that will enable a user to add or remove new devices (PMU/iPDC) and also send different command frames to the devices from which the data is being received.
iPDC Features are as following :
It is built on Open Source platform and released under GPL v3. Compliant to IEEEC37.118 Standards. Provides local storage of data. Support for both TCP and UDP communication Protocols. A GUI to setup PMU-PDC and PDC-PDC connection A new PMU/iPDC can be added to a running iPDC. A separate thread would be created that would handle the communication between the running iPDC and newly added PMU/iPDC. Each received packet is authenticated. integrity of the packet is verified.
|GNU package name|
|Component programs||iPDC-1.0.tar.gz, DBServer.tar.gz, PMUSimulator.tar.gz|
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|Computer languages||C , GTK+, Glade, MySQL|
|Documentation note||Full code (included 18000 lines of codes) is well commented and Doxygen documents are also generated and those are available on-line :|
|Paid support||From IIT Bombay and CoEP Pune|
|Related projects||Wide Area Frequency Measurement Sysytem|
|Keywords||WAFMS, WAMS, PDC, PMU, IEEE C37.118|
|Version comment||Version-1.0.0 iPDC & Database Server & PMU Simulator with basic functionality
Version Stable. Next will release soon
License: GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE, Version 3
Real name: Nitesh Pandit
Role: Software Developer cum designer
Real name: kedar V. khandeparkar
Role: Software Developer cum designer
Resource kind: Bug Tracking
|Use:||education, internet-application, software-development, storage|
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