G.9970

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Home networking standards
Common name IEEE standard
HomePlug
HD-PLC
1901
Wi-Fi 802.11a
802.11b
802.11g
802.11n
802.11ac
Common name ITU-T recommendation
HomePNA 2.0 G.9951–3
HomePNA 3.1/HomeGrid G.9954
G.hn/HomeGrid G.9960 (PHY)
G.hn/HomeGrid G.9961 (DLL/MAC)
G.hn/HomeGrid G.9962 (Management Plane)
G.hn-mimo G.9963
G.hn/HomeGrid G.9964 (PSD Management)
G.hnta G.9970
G.cx G.9972

G.9970 (also known as G.hnta) is a Recommendation developed by ITU-T that describes the generic transport architecture for home networks and their interfaces to a provider's access network.[1]

G.9970 was developed by Study Group 15, Question1. G.9970 received Consent on December 12, 2008 and was Approved on January 13, 2009.[2]

Relationship with G.hn[edit]

Relationship between G.hnta and G.hn

G.9970 (G.hnta) and G.9960 (G.hn) are two ITU-T Recommendations that address home networking in a complementary manner. While G.9970 addresses Layer 3 (Network Layer) of the home network architecture, G.9960 addresses Layers 1 (Physical Layer) and 2 (Data Link Layer).

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