[amsat-bb] Re: G.hn: Powerline Up To 200 MHz ?
m5aka at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Nov 2 10:47:09 PST 2009
According to a report on UKQRM the Belkin home networking devices use the spectrum 50-300 MHz and generate significant interference in the 144 MHz Amateur and Amateur Satellite service allocation.
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EDN - Powerline Networking
RegHardware - Belkin Powerline HD Gigabit mains Ethernet adaptor
73 Trevor M5AKA
> I note the bandplan for home powerline network adaptor extends right
> out to 200 MHz. I know ARRL managed to get some notches put in for
> the HF ham bands to reduce the horrendous amount of interference
> "homeplug" type devices cause.
> Does anyone know if ARRL is also attempting to get notches for
> the Amateur Satellite Service allocation at 144-146, and also
> the US Amateur Service allocations at 50-54 and 146-148 ?
> G.hn: the new ITU-T Home Networking Standard
> 73 Trevor M5AKA
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