G.9963

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ITU-T Home networking Recommendations
Common Name Recommendations
HomePNA 2.0 G.9951, G.9952, G.9953
HomePNA 3.0 G.9954 (02/05)
HomePNA 3.1 G.9954 (01/07)
G.hn/HomeGrid G.9960, G.9961
G.hn-management G.9962
G.hn-mimo G.9963
G.hn-psd G.9964
G.cx G.9972
G.hnta G.9970
G.cwmp (TR-069) G.9980

Recommendation G.9963 is a home networking standard under development at the International Telecommunication Union standards sector, the ITU-T.

It was begun in 2010 by ITU-T to add multiple-input and multiple-output (known as MIMO) capabilities to the G.hn standard originally defined in Recommendation G.9960. The standard is also known as "G.hn-mimo".[1]

As part of the family of G.hn standards, G.9963 was endorsed by the HomeGrid Forum.[2] [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "G.9963 (ex G.hn-MIMO)". ITU-T Work Programme. Retrieved July 27, 2011. 
  2. ^ Sheila Lashford (May 3, 2011). "HomeGrid Forum Endorses Draft ITU-T MIMO Specification for Extending G.hn". HomeGrid Forum. Retrieved July 27, 2011. 
  3. ^ Ben-Tovim, Erez (February 2014). "ITU G.hn - Broadband Home Networking". In Berger, Lars T.; Schwager, Andreas; Pagani, Pascal and Schneider, Daniel M. MIMO Power Line Communications: Narrow and Broadband Standards, EMC, and Advanced Processing. Devices, Circuits, and Systems. CRC Press. ISBN 9781466557529.