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‘HomePNA and Ethernet OHY with MII Interface’ project

HomePNA and Ethernet PHY with MII Interface

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pinky

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Home Area Networking

‘HomePNA and Ethernet OHY with MII Interface’
This project is a part of phoneline home area networking in which various information appliances in the home can be connected using the existing phone lines. We intend to implement a chip, which interfaces the Ethernet MAC layer with the HomePNA PHY (physical) layer with a media independent interface (MII). The chip will integrate all the features and specifications of HomePNA PHY layer and will be compliant to HomePNA 1.0 standard.
 

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sound interesting, would like to be involved in it. wonder can i help out in one way or the other.

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Re: Home Area Networking

pinky said:
‘HomePNA and Ethernet OHY with MII Interface’
This project is a part of phoneline home area networking in which various information appliances in the home can be connected using the existing phone lines. We intend to implement a chip, which interfaces the Ethernet MAC layer with the HomePNA PHY (physical) layer with a media independent interface (MII). The chip will integrate all the features and specifications of HomePNA PHY layer and will be compliant to HomePNA 1.0 standard.
Sounds nice, I am intrested in as well, may be of any help....
 

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