UK telecoms company Norweb Communications could be under further scrutiny from the UK Radiocommunications Agency (RA) for its method of delivering telephony services across electricity cables, called digital power line technology. Fears arose earlier this year that Norweb's services interfered with low-frequency radio communications signals used by the emergency services. The RA has commissioned The Smith Group to conduct a study to predict the level of radio signals emitted by PLT (power line telecommunications) and also DSL (digital subscriber loop).
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