>From your article:
"If I go with dynamic notching, I might not have any
[frequency for] BPL left."
That is precisely the point. The entire HF spectrum is allocated to
licensed users (not just ham radio operators). Check out
Where does BPL think it will fit?
"As for allegations that BPL poses a risk of interference with amateur
radio operations, Alan Richenbacher, chief network architect at PPL
Telcom, said his company had deployed BPL to 16,000 homes and received
only four interference complaints."
Not true - BPL trials in both the US and abroad have caused substantial
interference. Several foreign countries have outlawed BPL. BPL trials in the
have been shut down because of the interference. For an example of a ham
related shutdown check out
Seems you have been fed the wrong "facts."
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