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July 11, 2008

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Chano Gomez

Hi Rich, good summary:

There is another key difference between IEEE P1901 and ITU-T G.HN: While P1901 is currently working on a 2-PHY/2-MAC proposal (devices based on one PHY would not interoperate with devices based on the other PHY), G.HN is working on a single-PHY/single-MAC approach.

We think P1901 needs to go back to the common-sense approach of 1-PHY/1-MAC before it's successful.

More info on this post at EDN: http://www.edn.com/blog/630000263/post/220026822.html?nid=2436&rid=1357995328

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