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Powerline AV Kits: Using Electricity Installations for Networking

Posted on Friday, July 23 2010 @ 06:00:31 CEST by

The short definition of a computer network could be put this way - the magical term that will be understood by most people as a bunch of unknown terms related to settings and a mystical image of an incomprehensible forest of cables. This wasn’t that far from the truth until recently, but the definition has changed along with new solutions appearing on the market, especially by the rise in wireless popularity. Another solution which shatters this prejudice, to a greater or lesser extent of success, is networking using the already existing electrical installations. This time around, we’ve taken up DHP-307AV, D-Link’s Powerline AV Network Starter Kit, as well as Devolo’s dLan 200 AVplus Starter Kit, for testing purposes…

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