In view of the imbalanced distribution of power load and resources, including the status of “electric shortage” in some cities in our country, the article discusses the long-distance transmission technology. It mainly analyzed two ways of the long-distance transmission: UHV AC transmission and UHV DC transmission. The fractional frequency transmission technology and half wavelength AC transmission technology of AC transmission are introduced. Some key technologies of long-distance transmission are described. It has a guess for long-distance transmission future direction.
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