Interference questions dog broadband over power lines
I like the way this guy panned the blame on ham radio operators...
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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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