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Q: So what does all this look like, done right? What will my house have in it?

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Q: Give me a really specific example. How does this affect home security?

A: Generally, it shifts from a one-camera-one-tranceiver model to a network:

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Q: I have heard that "broadband over powerline doesn't work". Or that it's slow. Is that true?

A: Those criticisms, often from persons with conflicts of interest, were of previous BPL technologies, not current 2011 ones. IEEE P1901 does up to a gigabit currently and is standardized worldwide. Longer term the "E-line" powerline networking technology may do much more and work between the poles.

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Q: In what order should we think about moving towards any of these standards?

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Q: If I have a community electric distributor, what should they know?

A: See unified district utility business plan

Q: What should my larger regional distributor (incumbent utility) know/do?

A: See incumbent utility policy

Q: I need a presentation more focused on the legal, insurance and other risks to the homeowner.

A: See home grid 2010-20