IEEE Standard 1588
This eLearning module provides an introduction to IEEE Standard 1588. The basic elements of timekeeping and establishing a system-wide timescale in a distributed system are described as well as the most common options for implementing such a timescale. Examples of current applications of IEEE Std 1588 are presented to illustrate how system-wide timescales are being used.
What you will learn:
- Describe the basic elements of timekeeping and establishing a system-wide timescale in a distributed system
- Describe common options for implementing timescale by referencing IEEE std 1588
- Provide examples of current applications of IEEE Std 1588 to illustrate how system-wide timescales are being used
Course length: 1 hour
Who should attend: Principal, Transmission & Distribution Engineering, Senior Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Principal Engineer, Standards Engineering Manager,
Project Manager, Project Engineer, Field Engineer, Electrician/Lineman, Operations Management, Safety Trainer, Engineering and Line Design Utility worker,
Design Engineer, Electricians working on electrical distribution systems
John C. Eidson
John C. Eidson holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford. Retired. He is a co-chair of the IEEE 1588 Working Group, a life fellow of the IEEE, the recipient of the 2007 IEEE I&M Society Technical Award, and the 2007 Agilent Laboratories Barney Oliver Award for Innovation. He is currently a visiting scholar at the University of California Berkeley.
Doug Arnold holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois. He is currently a Principal Technologist at Meinberg-USA. He is co-chair of the IEEE 1588 Working Group and co-chair of the ISPCS IEEE 1588 Plugfest committee.
Publication Year: 2015