Padma Sravanthi Kattumulla, T. Sreedevi, Mr. M. Basha


Automated utility meters contain numerous novel features that assist to decrease the outlay of utilities to clients and outlay of distributing utilities towards utility contributor. Electronic utility meters are significant move in the direction of automating process of utility metering. Quite a lot of transmission protocols in wired or wireless method were set up to interpret digital meters distantly at dissimilar areas. A novel approach of using energy measurement method that includes GSM network as a represent of transmitting energy information is additionally applicable. Projected system in support of energy billing is involuntary, do not necessitate human attempt to interpret the meter, user can unswervingly recognize the quantity he has to give at instance of bill preparation and can still give total online. The usage of GSM in meticulous system makes available abundant benefits over methods that were before used.


GSM network; Electronic utility meters; Wireless method; Digital meters;


“GSM Based Automatic EnergyMeter Reading System with Instant Billing”, Ashna.k, Sudhish N George, 2013

T El-Djazairy, B J Beggs and I F Stewart, “ Investigation of the use ofthe Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) network formetering and load management telemetry”, Electricity Distribution. Part1: Contributions. CIRED. 14th International Conference and Exhibitionon (IEE Conf. Publ. No. 438).

Yujun Bao and Xiaoyan Jiang, “Design of electric Energy Meter forlong-distance data information transfers which based upon GPRS”, ISA2009. International Workshop on Intelligent Systems and Applications,2009.

R. Aquilue, M. Deumal, J.L. Pijoan, L. Corbeira,” A Low Complexity Multicarrier Proposal for Medium Rate Demanding Automatic Meter Reading Systems, IEEE International Symposium June 2007.

M. Choi, S. Ju, and Y. Lim, "Design of integrated meter reading system based on power line communication," in IEEE International Symp. Power Line Commun. Its Appl., Apr. 2008

Vivek Kumar Sehgal, Nitesh Panda, Nipun Rai Handa, “Electronic Energy Meter with instant billing”,UKSim Fourth European Modelling Symposium on Computer Modelling and Simulation

Li Kaicheng, Liu Jianfeng, Yue Congyuan, Zhang Ming. “Remote power management and meter-reading system based on ARM microprocessor”, Precision Electromagnetic Measurements Digest,2008. CPEM 2008. Conference on Digital Object Identifier

H.G. Rodney Tan, C. H. Lee, and V. H. Mok, Automatic Power Reading Using GSM Network, The 8th International Power Engineering Conference (IPEC2007). Web.30 November2010

Subhashis Maitra, “Embedded Energy Meter- A new concept to measure the energy consumed by a consumer and to pay the bill”, Power System Technology and IEEE Power India Conference, 2008

M.P Praveen, “KSEB to introduce SMS-based fault maintenance system”, The Hindu News on 26/06/2011,

P.K. Lee and L.L. Lai, Fieee, “A practical approach to wireless GPRSon-line power quality monitoring system”, Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 2007

W.H. Kersting, W.H. Phillips,” “Load Allocation Based upon Automatic Meter Readings”, Load allocation based upon automatic meter readings”, In proceeding of: Transmission and Distribution Conference and Exposition, 2008. T&D. IEEE/PES

H.G.Rodney Tan,C.H. Lee, V.H.Mok, “Automatic power meter reading system using GSM network”, The 8 th International Power Engineering Conference (IPEC 2007).

Wu Kehe Zhang Xiaoliang; Wang Yuanhong; Xu Yuhan ”Design and implementation of web services based GPRS automatic meter reading system”,3rd international conference Aug 2010

Bharath P, Ananth N, Vijetha S, Jyothi Prakash K. V. ,“Wirelessautomated digital Energy Meter”, ICSET 2008.

Full Text: PDF


  • There are currently no refbacks.

Copyright © 2012 - 2018, All rights reserved.|

Creative Commons License
International Journal of Innovative Technology and Research is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.Based on a work at IJITR , Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at