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Easily Create a Network Using Your Home’s Electrical Wiring.

Do you want to create a network in your home or office without having to pull wires through the walls? Do you want to improve the coverage of your wireless network easily? Then you should know about Netgear’s Powerline Network Adapters.

For the best reliability and network performance – talk to your local electrician. Power line adapters may get you out of trouble, but the best performance will be achieved by cat6 cabling or a fibre network.

Power line adapters let you create an network using the electrical wiring in the walls of your home or office. Yes, this may sound odd. I was skeptical at first, but this technology has been through several generations and works well now. You can read about the history and how this works in this Wikipedia article. Netgear is not the only company that makes such products. A bunch of companies make products that are, supposedly, interoperable and all comply with the HomePlug standards.

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How to Easily Extend Your Home Network with Powerline Networking

Running new wires and physically extending your home network in existing construction is a hassle at best and a nightmare at worst. You don’t need to fish cable and tear up drywall to run new cable; you can use your home’s electrical wiring as a high speed home network. Read on as we show you how.

For the best reliability and network performance – talk to your local electrician. Power line adapters may get you out of trouble, but the best performance will be achieved by cat6 cabling or a fibre network.

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What Is Powerline Networking?

Most of us think of the electrical wiring in our homes as a one-trick pony (albeit with a very valuable trick): the wires deliver the power that makes modern life possible and very comfortable. There’s another trick those very wires are capable of, though, and when you’re dreading the thought of running network cable through your walls, punching holes in the drywall for new drops, and otherwise spending a weekend (or longer) on a network renovation it can be a real life saver.

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5 NETWORKING TIPS AND TRICKS FOR ELECTRICIANS

There’s no denying that marketing your business reaps rewards. As long as you do it effectively of course. A surprisingly large part of working as an electrician is networking with colleagues, competitors and the wider community. After all, you never know who may need to call on you in the future. Isn’t it better that they have a positive impression of you?

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It may not seem like it, but for many people out there, networking does not come easily. It can be a difficult concept to grasp – going into a room filled with strangers and talking about yourself can be downright stressful and even frightening at times. But there are some little things you can do to increase your confidence and in turn, your chances of networking effectively.

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Powerline adapter versus ethernet and wifi

I was involved in a recent discussion on “running systems over power line adapters”. My previous experience of using power line based ethernet adapters was terrible, unreliable and affected by other equipment connected to the circuit. Intermittent networking problems with a powerline device connected to the network became the obvious point of concern, and we were determined to find a way of cabling around the issue.

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Internet, WIFI and Your Local Electrician

The Internet is so essential to everyday lives, how we have changed over the last 15 years. If you can remember the sound that your modem use to make when connecting via dialup, you know what I mean.

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