Plugtek BPL eLibrary :: News Alert: Plugtek Powerline eLibrary Jan 21 2005

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Chairman Powell to Step Down (Chairman of the FCC)
Just one day after the presidential inauguration, Michael Powell has announced that he will step down from his post as Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in March.
Powell, who has been FCC chairman since 2001, reportedly has been unhappy with the commissionâs direction, and industry watchers had predicted that he would resign before the end of his term in 2007.

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Australia's communications regulator has set up a broadband over powerline (BPL) information portal as it considers what rules must govern the delivery of telecommunications services using electrical power wiring.
The Australian Communications Authority said the portal would provide background information on BPL technology and interim arrangements for trialling it in Australia, as well as details of trials that are already underway.,2000061791,39178249,00.htm ne/2005/01/21/1106110927943.html?oneclick=true

Web surfers unable to hook up to limited high-speed connections have quietly suffered the pains of clunky, slow Internet service because they had no choice; and they had to stay connected.
But thanks to broadband over powerline (BPL) technology, high-speed connections may soon be available to anyone with electricity.

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. The borough of Chambersburg has abandoned a plan to offer high-speed Internet services over its power lines.
Officials cite a lack of money, plus a new law designed to encourge telecommunications companies to provide the same service.
David Yoder, the president of the Cumberland Valley Amateur Radio Club, says the decision not to pursue broadband-over-powerline service is welcomed by amateur radio users.
They were worried that the Internet service would cause radio interference.

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