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Standard User MHC
(sensei) Tue 28-May-13 11:35:34
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Re: Homeplug or long Ethernet cable?


[re: MrSaffron] [link to this post]
 
No.

Radio is defined as the wireless transmission of signals through free space by electromagnetic radiation.


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Tue 28-May-13 11:49:43
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Free space does not exist

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Standard User aks
(committed) Tue 28-May-13 11:58:16
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Re: Homeplug or long Ethernet cable?


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No, Homeplugs are one to many, or even many to many. They form their own radio network.

Hmm, thanks for the clarification.

An interesting concept - I always thought they used the premises wiring.

So did I. How can their wireless be any better - oops, probably a topic for a different thread.

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Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Tue 28-May-13 12:01:33
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Obviously, I meant RF transmission (and reception) over mains wiring, whatever that's called now.


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Standard User gomezz
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Tue 28-May-13 12:02:15
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Re: Homeplug or long Ethernet cable?


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Free of "stuff": matter or energy?

Free of competing use?

Free to use with no fee needed?

All of the above?

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Standard User majika2007
(regular) Tue 28-May-13 12:41:37
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Free space does not exist


Lol, True that.

Standard User aks
(committed) Tue 28-May-13 14:09:55
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Now it makes sense (to me smile ). Thanks

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Standard User SimonMackay
(member) Mon 30-Sep-13 11:33:36
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I have written a good article about wiring for Ethernet and one of the suggestions that I put up for those of us working on a thin budget was to wire for a barebones situation such as from office to entertainment area while using HomePlugs for other areas until you see further need. Here, I see the HomePlugs work in a complementary manner to a wired-for-Ethernet setup. The article is at http://homenetworking01.info/2012/11/feature-article... .

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