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A persistent concern of wireless sensors is the power consumption required for communication, which presents a significant adoption hurdle for practical ubiquitous computing applications. This work explores the use of the home powerline as a large distributed antenna capable of receiving signals from ultra-low-power wireless sensor nodes and thus allowing nodes to be detected at ranges that are otherwise impractical with traditional over-the-air reception. We present the design anddoi:10.1145/1864349.1864377 dblp:conf/huc/CohnSPOAP10 fatcat:g6gum232ybegvnitpoajlb2dpi