MLaubach_BOPL_PPT

MLaubach_BOPL_PPT - 2004, B ROADBAND Physics , Inc. All...

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Unformatted text preview: 2004, B ROADBAND Physics , Inc. All Rights Reserved. Innovation Through Mathematics Call for Interest on Broadband Over Power Lines 7 June 2004, Denver CO, USA Mark Laubach, CEO, N3BMN Broadband Physics, Inc. San Jose, CA 2 2004, All Rights Reserved Innovation Through Mathematics Power Lines are a Harsh Mistress for high speed communications RF Environment Power lines are bad antenna History of being a bad neighbor to other services Harsh ingress noise environment Tough on modulation for high bit rate with low errors Constantly changing impairments 3 2004, All Rights Reserved Innovation Through Mathematics Looking Forward The Physical Layer must be of sound foundation reliable high capacity digital service a good neighbor, today and in the future. Nothing else matters Everything else is enabled 4 2004, All Rights Reserved Innovation Through Mathematics Broadband Physics Sub-band Division Multiplexing (SDM) Wavelet mathematics applied to digital signaling Carrier-less Quadrature matched filter approach...
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 112 taught by Professor Jarvis during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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MLaubach_BOPL_PPT - 2004, B ROADBAND Physics , Inc. All...

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