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2008 IEEE International Symposium on Power Line Communications and Its Applications
Broadband Power Line Communications (B-PLC) technology is an alternative for broadband access networks, allowing bit rates up to currently 200Mbps. This technique uses the wiring of the low-voltage grid in order to offer to the users the telecommunications services, such as Internet. In this paper, the B-PLC planning process is sub-divided into two parts, which are the Generalized Base Station Placement (GBSP) and the PLC Channel Allocation Problem (P-CAP). This paper focuses on GBSP that isdoi:10.1109/isplc.2008.4510413 fatcat:yfaclcpkiva7di7unpgoed67sy