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Advanced Smart City Against Electricity Theft

N. S. Jadhav, M. M. Mujawar, A. A. Gaikwad, G. S. Tavate, A. S. Sonawane

Abstract


Improper management and power theft is a high percentage of electricity is lost. Electricity theft is main reason for this losses. Without any human interaction by using electronic circuit the solved problem of illegal usage of electricity. Electricity theft discovery and calculating which permits violators to be noticed at inaccessible scene it is the desire of this labor is to bestow an operational procedures.


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