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Power Line Networking Update

For those following the struggle against power line networking interference, the latest load of old rubbish from OFCOM: Here .. and quite a comprehensive rebuttal in response from the RSGB, in my opinion: Here

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OFCOM Forced to reveal the truth about PLT interference

OFCOM has been forced to disclose results of tests it commissioned back in 2008 which show it knew back then that power line transmission (PLT) devices were in breach of the EMC directive. One of the excuses for inactivity that … Continue reading

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Some bad news…

It looks like the recent emergence of so-called “Gigabit” power line adaptors (mis-sold: they’re actually only capable of 200 Mbits) has finally marked the march of power line networking onwards from its traditional home interfering with HF radio up into … Continue reading

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