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August 3, 2006 at 1:18 PM

FCC renews push for broadband over power lines

Cnet has a good rundown here. Basically, the FCC is pushing ahead and doesn’t want it to bog down in debates about interference.

If the technology ever gets momentum, it might be worth revisiting in Seattle, a city with its own electricity system. A city task force considered broadband over power lines but opted to push for fiber to the home instead.

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