HomePlug is the family name for various power line communications specifications that support networking over existing home electrical wiring. Several specifications exist under the HomePlug moniker, with each offering unique performance capabilities and coexistence or compatibility with other HomePlug specifications.
Some HomePlug specifications target broadband applications such as in-home distribution of low data rate IPTV, gaming, and Internet content, while others focus on low-power, low throughput, and extended operating temperatures for applications such as smart power meters and in-home communications between electric systems and appliances. All of the HomePlug specifications were developed by the HomePlug Powerline Alliance, which also owns the HomePlug trademark.
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... Within homes, the HomePlug AV and IEEE 1901 standards specify how, globally, existing AC wires should be employed for data purposes ... The IEEE 1901 includes HomePlug AV as a baseline technology, so any IEEE 1901 products are fully interoperable with HomePlug AV, HomePlug Green PHY or the forthcoming HomePlug AV2 ...
... HomePlug AV is the most current of the HomePlug specifications and was adopted by the IEEE 1901 group as a baseline technology for their standard, published 30 December 2010 ... HomePlug estimates that over 45 million HomePlug devices have been deployed worldwide ...
... Founded in 2000, the HomePlug Powerline Alliance's goal was to create a standard to use existing home electrical wiring to communicate between products and connect to the Internet ... subsequently developed, approved and published the HomePlug 1.0 specification in June 2001 ... In 2005 it published the HomePlug AV specification, which increased physical layer peak data rates from 14 to 200 Mbit/s ...
... The HomePlug Powerline Alliance is a trade association of electronics manufacturers, service providers, and retailers that establishes standards for, and tests members' devices for ... interoperability and certifies products based on HomePlug specifications and IEEE 1901 standards ...
... HomePlug AV, GP and AV2 are fully interoperable, and will also interoperate with the IEEE 1901 devices ... HomePlug 1.0 devices do not interoperate with HomePlug AV devices ... HomePlug devices will not interoperate with devices that employ other powerline technologies, such as UPA, HD-PLC, or G.hn ...