Definitions Edit

General Edit

In a digital system, regenerators

merely detect whether a pulse is present [in a signal] and, if so, they generate and send on to the next regenerator a new (noise-free) pulse. The same sequence of pulses presented at the beginning is delivered at the end without weakening and without the accumulation of noise and distortion.[1]

Power line Edit

A regenerator is a device that boosts the distance a BPL signal can travel by decoding the message, filtering the message content from any noise on the lines, then retransmitting the message.

References Edit

  1. U.S. Telecommunications Services in European Markets, at 25 n.1.

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