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Project Summary

The Grid Solutions Framework (GSF) is an extensive open source collection of .NET code used by electric power utilities and various open source projects. Hundreds of class libraries extend functionality included in .NET. The library makes more complex .NET features easier to use and adds functions not included.

Example Components:
◾Adapter based time-series processing and data exchange framework with UI screens for managing real-time data
◾Various utility protocol libraries, e.g., PQDIF, COMTRADE, IEEEC37.118, IEEE1344, IEC61850-90-5, UTK F-NET, SEL Fast Message and MMS
◾Abstract asynchronous communications framework (IServer / IClient) for socket (TCP, UDP, Multicast), serial and file based communications
◾Security framework for implementing role-based security

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adodatabaseabstraction complexeventprocessing energydata extensions framework ieeec37_118 library metadataexchange phasor pmu realtime routing security socket synchrophasor timeseries timeseriesdata unity3d utility windowsservice

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C#
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XML
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JavaScript
11%
16 Other
13%

30 Day Summary

Dec 27 2022 — Jan 26 2023

12 Month Summary

Jan 26 2022 — Jan 26 2023
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