Powerline Over Ethernet

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Ethernet Over Powerline
Powerline Over Ethernet.png
Frequencies 0 Hz,60 MHz
Frequency Range 0 Hz - 60 MHz
Mode AM
Modulation PAM
ACF
Emission Designator
Bandwidth 60 MHz
Location Worldwide
Short Description Powerline over Ethernet, is an alternative way to reach ethernet cables through a set of adapters that go into outlets that can be plugged directly in the router instead of routing cables all the way from one end of a building to another. It creates the Pulse-Amplitude modulation that ethernet uses, over the RF waves, and can reach a bandwidth of 60 MHz depending on certain conditions. It can cause enormous interference in HF and lower VHF.
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An example of the adapters:[edit]

Powerline over ethernet adapters.jpg