Time to Wake UP, Before It is Too Late…

Think about what it takes from private citizens who act out of desperation for help and assistance, and too,the few politicians, who act out of conscience and not what is in it for them.  For example the Flint water crisis or the Dakota pipeline standoff.  These problems are in our face, yet we see how much one must must fight for what is right. WHY?  So, you can see how an issue such as the dangers of smart grid technology would and could be so conveniently oppressed and avoided.  It is a silent killer.  The medical professionals for the most part do not recognize the millions who are aware of their EHS.  If you have been compromised, health-wise ; the environment you live in is important for healing. We cannot sustain our health in the current environment of RF/microwave radiation exposure. The FCC standards are bogus and outdated.  No radiation is acceptable to humans, animals or plants!!!!!  Why is this an acceptable way to live?  It is suicide.  No one is exempt; even the idiots who are profiting.  This is blood money and the passive are guilty for this genocide by standing by and doing nothing.  It is not ever an easy path, but the alternative of doing nothing has left us no choice, but to fight for our lives.  These are the stakes….Sandaura



Dario Vidić, Zoran Vrhovski, Igor Petrović

1. INTRODUCTION The electric power grid is a hostile environment for high-speed data transmission, but after years of development, the technology to deliver high-speed data over the existing electric power delivery network has emerged, somewhat tentatively, in the marketplace. This technology, referred to as Broadband over Power Lines (BPL), uses medium- and low-voltage power lines to provide broadband Internet access to residential users and businesses and is considered by some as a third access technology offering potential competition to xDSL telecommunication lines and cable modems. Recent trends, however, indicate that the focus of BPL technology is shifting from providing broadband connectivity to smart meter usage allowing households to reduce energy costs and allow better energy management by developing a “smart grid”. BPL technology is relevant to a variety of public policy issues, such as energy, communications, environmental policy, and national security policies. BPL can promote energy policy by enabling advanced metering initiatives for time-of-use pricing, load management and outage detection, but it can also enhance communications policy by providing broadband access and promoting competition for broadband services to rural and under-served areas. It is relevant for environmental policies through conservation and energy management that reduce greenhouse gases, and for national security through network redundancy and video surveillance applications that are being used for public safety and critical infrastructure protection. There are several reasons why BPL can be attractive as a third wire to the home. From the perspective of electrical utility companies the basic infrastructure is already in place (electric grid) and there is no requirement to obtain rights of way or construct ducts, nor is there a need for business or household wiring to deploy BPL. This enhances the cost effectiveness of rolling out BPL. Only the sub-station server equipment and customer conditioning service units need to be installed in order to establish a digital power line network. Another important benefit from the perspective of providers is that the power grid is virtually ubiquitous in most countries providing an already existing network infrastructure covering private customers as well as businesses. From the perspective of end users, the equipment needed to set up BPL in the home is cheaper on average than that of other broadband solutions such as DSL and cable modems. The equipment uses existing power outlets in the home making it easier to set-up and there is no need for additional wiring or installations. For end users in rural areas, who cannot receive DSL or cable modem services, BPL could have the potential to provide a broadband access which can support triple play services and automation of a smart network controlling electrical consumption. Despite the potential advantages of BPL, it Tehnički glasnik 9, 3(2015), 251-259 251



Key words: Broadband, power line, Internet, Access BPL, In-Home BPL, smart grid


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