if it really works well, it could herald a lot of new stuff.
I'm not an engineer so I can only hazard guesses.
But every house has elec even in the most remote parts of the
country. And every house could be connected to every other house ?/office/football stadium/olympic venue/ dial a film/etc
eventually we may not need an isp as such ?
just a substation receiver/splitter/router ? and peer to peer comms
I don't know, sounds a bit far fetched !
probably a lot of nonsense !
This idea of using mains cabling as a data route was first publicised/trialed many years ago, then abruptly disappeared. Interesting that it is in vogue once more. I assumed that it was simply more cost effective to piggyback the standard telephone cable as ADSL is currently provided to land line customers. Will go and do some digging as to why it is being touted once more.