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Author Topic: G.Inp and Homeplugs  (Read 8808 times)


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Re: G.Inp and Homeplugs
« Reply #30 on: February 03, 2016, 01:58:11 PM »

I cant recall the exact details now, but it was either Sweden or Norway who banned certain power line adapters due to the amount of RFI that they produced. 
It was Norway.

Thank you. I didn't get around to searching for the post I had in mind,  which is here:  PLT, DSL, PowerLine Adaptors & EMI

of course, it has no impact on telecom competition so they dont care.

OFCOMs stance has always been that they refuse to intervene - link

Ive not seen anything more about that more parliament consultation and any conclusions drawn.
If anyone has time they may wish to trawl through the OFCOM docs on PLT here
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Re: G.Inp and Homeplugs
« Reply #31 on: February 03, 2016, 06:56:03 PM »

Wouldn't mind testing a pair of PLA's other than the TP-LINK 200Mbps (TL-PA211) but have a feeling that even with a different make or model the interference will still show up.
The completely spare adapters that I have are branded "Simpler Networks", marked on the back as "200Mbps PLC Mini Passthrough".  Reportedly these were supplied by BT (or O/R) on some sorts of installs.

I'd be interested in testing these myself as well, do you have any more details on the methodology of your previous testing?  However I only have 20CN ADSL.
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