Delivering Everything Everywhere In The Home: Whole Home Networking (2003)

By William Garrison and Thomas du Breuil, Motorola, Inc., Broadband Communications Sector

This paper will describe the requirements for an in-home network. Specifically, it will address the data rate requirements for the various services and their delivery. Detailed descriptions of QoS requirements and the relationship between the Entertainment and Data devices and services will be given. Various wired and wireless networking technologies currently in the marketplace as well as new technologies that might serve this need will be covered Finally, a view of life in this home of the future will be explored.

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