this paper analyzes three types of interleavers: block, golden and golden relative to determine their performance in of low voltage power line channel. the model of noise given by middleton is used for the simulation of the low voltage power line channel and the algorithm used to generate gaussian noise is based on the box-muller method. the performance of interleavers block, golden and golden relative is compared in relationship to the length of the words versus the signal to noise ratio. the error bit by word versus signal to noise ratio is compared also. the codification of line used is no return to zero. it is concluded that the interleavers of golden has the best performance, thus it can be used in data transmission in low-voltage power line, reducing errors consecutive bits produced by impulse noise.