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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

HGF releases white paper on ‘Coexistence and Interoperability’

The HomeGrid Forum (HGF) has released a white paper entitled “Coexistence and Interoperability in a mixed vendor PLC environment, reports ITRealms.
The paper, ITRealms gathered described these two different concepts and their roles in providing the best possible user experience and avoiding false expectations from users looking to expand their network.
The white paper explained the importance of interoperability in networking technologies and how this allows different chipsets to send and receive data between each other. Coexistence is a different concept, as it attempts to solve the problem of devices using different, non-interoperable technologies on the same physical network segment.
Donna Yasa[DigitalREALMS] HGF releases white paper on ‘Coexistence and Interoperability’
The HomeGrid Forum (HGF) has released a white paper entitled “Coexistence and Interoperability in a mixed vendor PLC environment,” reports ITRealms.
The paper, ITRealms gathered described these two different concepts and their roles in providing the best possible user experience and avoiding false expectations from users looking to expand their network.
The white paper explained the importance of interoperability in networking technologies and how this allows different chipsets to send and receive data between each other. Coexistence is a different concept, as it attempts to solve the problem of devices using different, non-interoperable technologies on the same physical network segment.
Donna Yasay, President of HomeGrid Forum, said interoperability, backwards compatibility, coexistence and neighbouring network interference are all concepts that could have a very real impact on the usability and performance of powerline technologies.
HomeGrid Forum, she said, has an important role in pushing implementations to support these concepts, but without introducing unnecessary costs.
The highly versatile nature of G.hn, according to HGF was also highlighted in the paper.
“It explains how coexistence can be accomplished for powerline technologies using the Inter System Protocol (ISP), which has already been implemented into some G.hn silicon, unlike other technologies which can be present on a physical powerline segment,” Yasay said.
Further, she posited that some G.hn silicon have implemented a proprietary mechanism to achieve partial coexistence by recognising the presence of other technologies. Just as G.hn is the only standard for wired home networks that incorporates effective mitigation of interference from neighbouring powerline systems.
 y, President of HomeGrid Forum, said interoperability, backwards compatibility, coexistence and neighbouring network interference are all concepts that could have a very real impact on the usability and performance of powerline technologies.
HomeGrid Forum, she said, has an important role in pushing implementations to support these concepts, but without introducing unnecessary costs.
The highly versatile nature of G.hn, according to HGF was also highlighted in the paper.
“It explains how coexistence can be accomplished for powerline technologies using the Inter System Protocol (ISP), which has already been implemented into some G.hn silicon, unlike other technologies which can be present on a physical powerline segment,” Yasay said.
Further, she posited that some G.hn silicon have implemented a proprietary mechanism to achieve partial coexistence by recognising the presence of other technologies. Just as G.hn is the only standard for wired home networks that incorporates effective mitigation of interference from neighbouring powerline systems.

Chuks Egbune/GEE 
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