Actually, they did. I was quoted briefly in other versions of the same story.
I and others have been sending lots of BPL-article links to the
BPLandHamRadio@yahoogroups.com list. Those that are interested may want to
Ed Hare, W1RFI
225 Main St
Newington, CT 06111
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> Subject: [RFI] I wish this guy had interviewed Ed Hare also...
> Interference questions dog broadband over power lines
> I like the way this guy panned the blame on ham radio operators...
> Story by Grant Gross
> JANUARY 07, 2004 ( IDG NEWS SERVICE ) - Ham radio operators
> and at least
> one U.S. federal agency contend that the transmission of
> broadband over
> power lines interferes with their radio signals, and if the radio
> operators have their way, the emerging technology that's meant to give
> Internet users another broadband service choice might not get off the
> ground in the U.S.
> 73 Jason N1SU
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