Powerful stuff?

Kuhl, Craig
April 2005
CED;Apr2005, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p56
Trade Publication
Discusses the broadband power line (BPL), a technology that could bring triple play services to any device within reach of a standard electrical socket in the United States. Electric utility companies' renewed interest in the use of traditional power lines to carry high-speed data and Internet service; Interference concerns in BPL; Layout of a typical BPL deployment; Adaptive technologies use by BPL to transmit high-speed communication services.


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