Re: [uCsimm] HomePNA to ucsimm?

From: Carlos Betancourt (carlos.betancourt@chello.be)
Date: Wed May 03 2000 - 19:09:41 EDT


> http://www.homepna.org/
>
> Home Phoneline Networking Alliance. A definition for 1.0 Mbit and 10.0
> Mbit networking
> over the standard home telephone wires. This allows multiple PC's to
> make a simple LAN
> within a home using the existing telephone wires.

You can also visit www.homepna.com where you can read product reviews. The
interesting thing for ucsimm development is the hpna chip they use, the AMD
PC-net Home chip, which already have linux support.
The HPNA standard uses 1Mbps, and newer versions 10Mbps.
That's all the info I've got.

Karlhoz

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