BS EN 13757-4:2019 - Communication systems for meters. Wireless M-Bus communication

BS EN 13757-4:2019

Communication systems for meters. Wireless M-Bus communication

Status : Current   Published : May 2019



This document specifies the requirements of parameters for the physical and the link layer for systems using radio to remotely read meters. The primary focus is to use the Short Range Device (SRD) unlicensed telemetry bands. The standard encompasses systems for walk-by, drive-by and fixed installations. As a broad definition, this European Standard can be applied to various application layers.

Standard NumberBS EN 13757-4:2019
TitleCommunication systems for meters. Wireless M-Bus communication
Publication Date09 May 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)V3.2.1:2018-04, ETSI EN 300-220-2, V1.1.1:2017, EN 60870-5-2, EN 60870-5-1, V3.1.1:2017-02, ETSI EN 301-489-3, EN 13757-1, ETSI EN 300-220-4, V2.2.0:2017, Draft ETSI EN 301 489-1, EN 13757-2, ETSI EN 300-220-1, CCSDS 131, EN 13757-5:2015, EN 13757-7:2018, EN 13757-3:2018
Informative References(Provided for Information)ITU-T Rec. O.150, EN 62056-53, IEC 18033-3, TR 17167:2018, NIST SP 800-38A, EN 13757-6, TR 50572
ReplacesBS EN 13757-4:2013
International RelationshipsEN 13757-4:2019
Amended ByCorrigendum, January 2020
DescriptorsRadiofrequencies, Information exchange, Telemetry, Radio equipment, Open systems interconnection, Radiocommunication, Physical layer (OSI), Meters, Data link layer (OSI), Telecommunication, Telemetering equipment, Distant-indicating instruments, Data transmission, Communication networks
Title in FrenchSystèmes de communication pour compteurs Communication sans fil M-Bus
Title in GermanKommunikationssysteme für Zähler Drahtlose M-Bus-Kommunikation
ISBN978 0 539 12725 6
File Size2.067 MB

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