Signal transmission on power line

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  1. pramod_bhu2k2

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    Jun 23, 2008
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    Hi
    Please help me how to trasmit sine wave (1khz to 1Mhz ) on power line (24 volt). Its very urgnet for me from lastone month struglling.
     
  2. sibi

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    Dec 1, 2008
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    how signals are pass through a power line
     
  3. IT_Guru

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    Nov 20, 2008
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    How? They are high frequency (>50/60hz) signals or data pulses 'superimposed' thru a small value mica or ceramic capacitor to the hot (110/220v) side of a step down transformer... which powers the lot.

    You can learn alot by (sorry folks) 'Googling' Carrier-Current Transmission or avoid the NSA/CIA logging and 'use www.scroogle.org instead

    See www.x10.com for all type of Carrier-current plans, projects and devices

    Hope that helps!
     
  4. plcresearch

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    Mar 21, 2005
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    if u need help in powerline communication send me email at <snip> with subject powerline, so tht it will be easier for me to notice...

    i hardly visit 'allaboutcircuits' so i can miss your post in this page, it will be faster if u can send me email...

    thank you
     
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  5. JoeJester

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    You need to be careful. The power company uses power line carriers and would not look kindly on people interfering with their signal on their own lines.
     
  6. beenthere

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    Another old thread.
     
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