Broadband over Power Lines (BPL) – 2009


In 2009, we initiated the “Broadband over Power Lines (BPL)” project to distribute internet access to government-owned collective housing complexes. Leveraging existing electrical infrastructure, we facilitated internet distribution to residential users. Buildings were interconnected via fiber optic cables, utilizing the electrical wiring within each building to deliver internet connectivity to individual units.

Key Components:

  • Utilization of Existing Electrical Grid: Leveraged the pre-existing electrical infrastructure to deliver internet services.
  • Fiber Optic Interconnections: Interconnected buildings using fiber optic cables for robust and high-speed data transmission.
  • Segmentation via VLANs: Each residential unit was assigned to a distinct VLAN, ensuring network segmentation and security.


  • Planning and Design: Strategized the implementation of BPL technology and network architecture.
  • Infrastructure Deployment: Installed fiber optic cables and configured networking equipment for internet distribution.
  • VLAN Configuration: Implemented VLAN segmentation to enhance network security and performance.
  • Testing and Optimization: Conducted thorough testing to ensure seamless internet connectivity and performance across residential units.


  • Successful deployment of BPL technology for internet distribution in government housing complexes.
  • Seamless integration of fiber optic interconnections for high-speed data transmission.
  • Efficient network segmentation via VLANs, ensuring privacy and security for individual residential units.
  • Enhanced accessibility to high-speed internet services for residents, fostering digital inclusion and connectivity.


  • Ensuring compatibility and reliability of BPL technology with existing electrical infrastructure.
  • Addressing potential interference and signal degradation issues inherent in power line communication.
  • Managing network congestion and bandwidth allocation to accommodate varying user demands.


  • Improved accessibility to high-speed internet services for residents of government housing complexes.
  • Empowered communities with digital connectivity, enabling access to online resources and opportunities.
  • Enhanced efficiency and convenience in internet distribution, leveraging existing infrastructure for cost-effective deployment.


The Broadband over Power Lines (BPL) project of 2009 represents our commitment to leveraging innovative technologies to enhance digital connectivity and accessibility. By utilizing existing electrical infrastructure and implementing advanced networking solutions, we facilitated internet distribution to government housing complexes, fostering digital inclusion and connectivity for residents. This project underscores our dedication to bridging the digital divide and empowering communities through technology.