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Will powerline work across multiple phases and circuits?
. First-generation powerline gear worked only on conducted signals. So it would not work across the two phases present in most U.S. homes that have 220V / 240V split-phase service. But current-generation adapters work on both conducted and radiated signals, and work across phases just fine. for more information.
Throughput chart for various Powerline adapters
If you need help determining the true value of this item, here is some price research:
In many cases, mine included, a MoCA adapter will provide more throughput, less packet drops, and a higher level of consistency (and not be affected when someone turns on the vacuum :-) It's obviously only ideal if your house has Coax already run).
This twin pack is a great option:
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