BPL Measurements in Germany (Deutscher Amateur-Radio-Club) (DARC)
DARC Press Release and Position Paper on PLC
Summary: PLC in Germany, update March, 2001.
PLT - A Risky Undertaking
Summary: This paper outlines some of the reasons that PLT may present problems, including EMC.
Author: Gaston Bertels, EUROCOM Chairman
PLC in Germany - Strategic Discussion Paper
Summary: This paper gives the background for strategic activities with the purpose of achieving compatibility between the radio amateur service and networks communication (including power lines communication).
PLC in Germany 1
Summary: RTA and DARC e.V. present this document as a contribution to inform the amateur radio community on the issue of PLC and as discussion material to be used in public relations efforts. Latest developments are taken into account. The overall conclusion is that PLC is not recommended.
Author: The paper is a common effort of DF7VX, DJ6AN, DJ1ZB, Mrs Volmer, DL2CH, DJ8CY, DF5DP, DF4JI, DL9MH and DF9IC and of the member societies of the RTA. Translation by ON4WF.
PLC in Germany 2
Summary: PLC and xDSL situation in Germany, March 2001.
Author: DARC Standards Group March 26, 2001 Hans-Joachim Brandt, DJ1ZB
PLC in Germany Report 11/2001
PLC and xDSL Situation in Germany (with a look over the border)
Summary: PLC and xDSL situation in Germany, June 2002.
PLC - DARC HQ Info (in German)
Summary: A six-page DARC overview of PLC, including some technical data and info about NB-30, the European version of FCC Part 15. PLC has the potential to impact HF, including HF broadcasting and amateur. This file contains a summary of what DARC has been doing to combat PLC; and provides a list of articles in CQ DL on the topic.