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    Guest Editorial Special Issue on Power Quality in Smart Grids

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    Conventional Synchronous Reference Frame Phase-Locked Loop Is An Adaptive Complex Filter

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    General Unified Integral Controller with Zero Steady-State Error for Single-Phase Grid-Connected Inverters

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    An Analysis of Modified Demodulation-Based Grid Voltage Parameter Estimator

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    On the Impact of Wireless Jamming on the Distributed Secondary Microgrid Control

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    The secondary control in direct current microgrids (MGs) is used to restore the voltage deviations caused by the primary droop control, where the latter is implemented locally in each distributed generator and reacts to load variations. Numerous recent works propose to implement the secondary control in a distributed fashion, relying on a communication system to achieve consensus among MG units. This paper shows that, if the system is not designed to cope with adversary communication impairments, then a malicious attacker can apply a simple jamming of a few units of the MG and thus compromise the secondary MG control. Compared to other denial-of-service attacks that are oriented against the tertiary control, such as economic dispatch, the attack on the secondary control presented here can be more severe, as it disrupts the basic functionality of the MG
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