Worrying report online
[edited by mods - House rules]
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Saw this - and it's something I've heard of before.
And to avoid any possible contravention of house rules, here is a link to the BBC Research document
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Yep, wi-fi homeplugs can cause all sorts of interference - we've mentioned it several times now as a caveat to these damn useful devices.
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Yes, just been reading that BBC report, and it's worrying stuff. And that's without all the rubbish they put on your mains...
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The BBC are a bit slow. Radio Hams have been banging on about these issues for years...
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Not on the BBC radar though,are they?
I'm amazed nobody has jumped in and suggested expensive mains cables as the cure!
Why would they do that?
No signature worth mentioning...
Some people on these forums reckon they will cure anything.
Where would you put them though?
I think you just did.
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