Re: data diodes

From: Arthur Keller <voting_at_kellers_dot_org>
Date: Mon Dec 04 2006 - 06:02:34 CST

At 3:44 AM -0800 12/4/06, Ronald Crane wrote:
>As for triggers, there's no reason that one can't broadcast them on the
>powerlines or using radio, then embed the appropriate receiver in an ASIC.

There are filters for DSL lines so that only a clean signal gets to
an ordinary phone instrument. Are there filters for BPL (Broadband
over Power Lines) so that they cannot pass, and only a clean 60 Hz
wave gets through?

There would seem to be a need for such devices for secure military
installations, once the FCC's misguidedly approved BPL gets
widespread.

(I say misguided because BPL appears to interfere with ham radio.)

Best regards,
Arthur

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