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Zahariadis Th. — Home Networking Technologies and Standards
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Название: Home Networking Technologies and Standards

Автор: Zahariadis Th.

Аннотация:

Covering the range of current and emerging home networking technology, this guide analyzes residential services and identifies network requirements, how technologies work, how they have developed, what their capabilities are, and what markets they target.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 2003

Количество страниц: 186

Добавлена в каталог: 20.08.2007

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Предметный указатель
100Base-FX      109
100BASE-SX      110
100BASE-T4      109
100Base-TX      109
100VG-AnyLAN      110
5-GHz Partnership Project (5GPP)      104
5-GHz Unified Protocol (5-UP)      104—105
5-GHz Unified Protocol (5-UP), defined      104
5-GHz Unified Protocol (5-UP), scalable carrier allocation      105. See also Emerging wireless technologies
Adaptive differential pulse code modulation (ADPCM)      84
ADSL Lite      20—21
Analog public switched telephone network (PSTN)      13—14
Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL)      19—20
Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL), defined      19
Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL), installation      20
Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL), network architecture      19
Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL), spectrum allocation      20
Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL), splitterless network architecture      21. See also xDSL
Asynchronous data transport      110
bandwidth requirements      7—8
Barker sequence      75 76
basic service set (BSS)      73
Binary phase shift keying (BPSK)      75
Bluetooth      65—70
Bluetooth, adapters and devices      71
Bluetooth, air interface format      67—68
Bluetooth, cable-free networking      70
Bluetooth, car hands-free adapters      71
Bluetooth, connection support      65
Bluetooth, defined      65
Bluetooth, development/promotion      65
Bluetooth, evolution of      93—94
Bluetooth, example products      69—70
Bluetooth, FSS TDD slot structure      67
Bluetooth, host control interface (HCI)      68
Bluetooth, human interface devices      70
Bluetooth, installed products estimation      94
Bluetooth, L2CAP      69
Bluetooth, market share      94
Bluetooth, modules      70
Bluetooth, network architecture      65—66
Bluetooth, packet structure      68
Bluetooth, piconet cells      66
Bluetooth, problems      93
Bluetooth, product examples      69—70
Bluetooth, protocol stack      68—69
Bluetooth, SDP      69
Bluetooth, software architecture      68
Bluetooth, TCS      69
Bluetooth, wireless hands-free headsets      69. See also Wireless in-home technologies
Cable modem termination system (CMTS)      24
Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance (CSMA/CA)      77
Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance (CSMA/CA), algorithm illustration      77
Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance (CSMA/CA), contention period      84
Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD)      77
Consumer-electronic bus (CEBus)      44—46
Consumer-electronic bus (CEBus), CAL      45—46
Consumer-electronic bus (CEBus), defined      44—45
Consumer-electronic bus (CEBus), objective      45
Consumer-electronic bus (CEBus), protocol stack      45 46
Consumer-electronic bus (CEBus), specification      45
Copy Protection Technical Working Group (CPTWG)      111
customer premises equipment (CPE)      11
Data over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS)      25—27
Data over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS) in wireless environments      26—27
Data over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS), defined      25
Data over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS), MAC      25—26
Data over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS), Physical Layer      25
Data over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS), spectrum allocation      26
Data Packet Radio Service (DPRS)      65
Dense DWM (DWDM)      27
Device control module (DCM)      132—133
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT)      60—65
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) in wireless home network      64—65. See also Wireless in-home technologies
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), base stations      62
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), Cordless Terminal Mobility (CTM)      60
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), DCSA      62—63
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), defined      60
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), diversity      63—64
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), fixed points (FPs)      61 62
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), Forum      61
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), intercell handover      64
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), intracell handover      64
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), MC/TDMA/TDD transmission      62
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), mobility/handover      63
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), network architecture      61—62
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), operational characteristics      62—64
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), picocells      61
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), security      64
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), spectrum efficiency      64
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), terminals      61—62
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), time slots      62
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), time-frame structure      63
Digital subscriber line (DSL), defined      16
Digital subscriber line (DSL), invention      16
Digital subscriber line (DSL), variations      17. See also xDSL
Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS)      37
distributed coordination function (DCF)      77
Emerging wireless technologies      91—106
Emerging wireless technologies, 5-GHz UP      104—105
Emerging wireless technologies, Bluetooth 2.0      93—94
Emerging wireless technologies, comparison      105
Emerging wireless technologies, HIPERLAN2      101—104
Emerging wireless technologies, IEEE 802.11a      96—98
Emerging wireless technologies, IEEE 802.15      3 98—101
Emerging wireless technologies, IrDA Lite      92
Emerging wireless technologies, IrOBEX      59—60 92
Emerging wireless technologies, summary      105—106
Emerging wireless technologies, VFIR      92
End-to-end reference architecture      5—11
End-to-end reference architecture, defined      9—10
End-to-end reference architecture, illustrated      9
End-to-end reference architecture, indoor network      11
Ericsson/Anoto ChatPen      70 71
Ethernet      107—111
Ethernet, 100BASE-FX      109
Ethernet, 100BASE-SX      110
Ethernet, 100BASE-T4      109
Ethernet, 100BASE-TX      109
Ethernet, 100VG-AnyLAN      110
Ethernet, advanced cards      111
Ethernet, bus topology      108
Ethernet, defined      107
Ethernet, fast, standards      109—111
Ethernet, LAN topologies      107—108
Ethernet, PCI cards      110
Ethernet, star topology      108
Ethernet, switching technologies      108—109
Ethernet, USB comparison      113—114. See also New-wiring technologies
European Home Systems (EHS)      146—147
European Home Systems (EHS), defined      146
European Home Systems (EHS), network characteristics      146—147. See also Middleware technologies
European Home Systems Association (EHSA)      146
Existing home wiring      41—52
Existing home wiring, coaxial cable      50—51
Existing home wiring, phone line      47—50
Existing home wiring, powerline      42—47
Existing home wiring, summary      51—52
Existing home wiring, technology comparison      52
Far-end crosstalk (FEXT)      17
Fast Ethernet standards      109—111
Fiber networks      11
FireWire      See IEEE 1394
Fixed-wireless technologies      11
Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM)      18
FTTx      27—29
FTTx, FTTB      27
FTTx, FTTC      27—29
FTTx, FTTH      29
FTTx, network hierarchy      28
Generic Event Notification Architecture (GENA)      136—137
Geostationary Earth orbit (GEO) satellites      36 37
High bit-rate digital subscriber line (HDSL)      21
High-Performance Radio Local Area Network      See HIPERLAN; HIPERLAN2
High-speed powerline carrier      46
HiperLAN      84—87
HIPERLAN, bandwidth      85
HIPERLAN, channel access control sublayer      85—86
HIPERLAN, defined      84 85
HIPERLAN, network architecture      85
HIPERLAN, packet lifetime      86—87
HIPERLAN, packet priority      86 87
HIPERLAN, Physical Layer      85
HIPERLAN, protocol stack      86
HIPERLAN, QoS      86—87
HIPERLAN, software architecture      85—86. See also Wireless in-home technologies
HIPERLAN2      101—104
HIPERLAN2, convergence sublayers      103—104
HIPERLAN2, defined      101
HIPERLAN2, DLC Control Plane      103
HIPERLAN2, flexibility      101
HIPERLAN2, frame structure      103
HIPERLAN2, IEEE 1394 interoperation      123
HIPERLAN2, IEEE protocols comparison      102
HIPERLAN2, MAC      103
HIPERLAN2, Physical Layer      102
HIPERLAN2, protocol stack      102
HIPERLAN2, QoS support      101—102
HIPERLAN2, selective repeat ARQ EC mechanism      103
HIPERLAN2, software architecture      102—104
Home access networks, wireless      33—38
Home access networks, wireline      13—30
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi)      128—133
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), characteristics      129
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), communication media managers (CMMs)      130
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), consumer electronic categories      130
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), defined      128—129
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), device control module (DCM)      132—133
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), distributed control      129
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), interoperability      129
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), manufacturers      129
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), messaging system      132
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), objective      129
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), PnP      129
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), software architecture      130—133
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), software architecture illustration      131
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), stream manager      132
Home Audio-Video Interoperability (HAVi), upgrade capability      129. See also Middleware technologies
Home automation services      7
Home Cable Network Alliance (HomeCNA)      50—51
Home Cable Network Alliance (HomeCNA), coaxial network structure      51
Home Cable Network Alliance (HomeCNA), defined      50
Home Cable Network Alliance (HomeCNA), specification      50
Home Cable Network Alliance (HomeCNA), spectrum allocation      51
Home coaxial cable communications      50—51
Home communication services      6
Home Electronic System (HES)      125—128
Home Electronic System (HES), application model      128
Home Electronic System (HES), application service elements (ASEs)      128
Home Electronic System (HES), communication language      128
Home Electronic System (HES), defined      125—126
Home Electronic System (HES), interfaces      126—127
Home Electronic System (HES), network adaptation units (NAUs)      126—127
Home Electronic System (HES), network architecture      127
Home Electronic System (HES), reference architecture      128
Home Electronic System (HES), standard      126. See also Middleware technologies
Home entertainment services      6—7
Home networking as growing arena      167
Home networking, future      166—167
Home networking, present      165—166
Home security services      7
HomePlug      46—47
HomePlug, defined      46—47
HomePlug, members      47
HomePlug, specification objective      47
HomePNA      48—50
HomePNA as de facto standard      48
HomePNA, frame format      50
HomePNA, spectrum allocation      49
HomePNA, version 1.0      49
HomePNA, version 2.0      49
HomeRF      79—84
HomeRF, 2.0 standard      84
HomeRF, defined      79
HomeRF, DLC layer      82—84
HomeRF, multiple overlapping VPNs      81
HomeRF, network architecture      80—81
HomeRF, physical layer      82
HomeRF, security      84
HomeRF, software architecture      81—84
HomeRF, standard basis      79—80
HomeRF, structured network architecture      81
HomeRF, support      79
HomeRF, SWAP-CA devices      80. See also wireless in-home technologies
Hybrid fiber coaxial (HFC)      11 23—27
Hybrid fiber coaxial (HFC), CMTS      24
Hybrid fiber coaxial (HFC), DOCSIS      25—27
Hybrid fiber coaxial (HFC), network architecture      24
IEEE 1394      115—124
IEEE 1394, acceptance      123
IEEE 1394, address structure      118
IEEE 1394, application      120—123
IEEE 1394, application illustration      122
IEEE 1394, asynchronous write packet format      121
IEEE 1394, bus architecture implementation      116
IEEE 1394, cable and topology      116—118
IEEE 1394, cable connectors      117
IEEE 1394, cable intersection      116
IEEE 1394, cables      116
IEEE 1394, data rates      116
IEEE 1394, data traffic support      118
IEEE 1394, defined      115
IEEE 1394, devices      117
IEEE 1394, flexibility      120
IEEE 1394, frame structure      120
IEEE 1394, future      123—124
IEEE 1394, HIPERLAN2 interoperation      123
IEEE 1394, Link Layer      118
IEEE 1394, network topology illustration      117
IEEE 1394, Physical Layer      118
IEEE 1394, PnP capability      118
IEEE 1394, popularity      122—123
IEEE 1394, promotion      115
IEEE 1394, protocol stack      118—120
IEEE 1394, single-chip solutions      123
IEEE 1394, technology comparison      122
IEEE 1394, Transaction Layer      118
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b      70—79
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, acceptance      71 94
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, ad hoc network architecture      74
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, basic service set (BSS)      73
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, complementary code keying (CCK)      76
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, definition of      72
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, deployment      72
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, DSSS encoding      76
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, evolution of      94—96
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, extended service set (ESS)      73
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, installed estimation      96
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, MAC layer      77—78
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, network architecture      72—73
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, physical layer      74—76
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, physical layer enhancements      76—77
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, products      79
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, protocol stack      73—74
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, security      78—79
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, structured network architecture      73
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, task groups      95
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, terminals communication support      72
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, WiFi      95
IEEE 802.11/IEEE 802.11b, WLANs      78
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