IEEE 1901 is a standard for high-speed data transmission via electric power lines. It uses frequencies below 100 MHz and achieves throughputs of hundreds of Mbit/s. The FFT OFDM physical layer was derived from the HomePlug AV standard and uses double binary turbo codes.
|Standard||IEEE Standard for Broadband over Power Line Networks: Medium Access Control and Physical Layer Specifications|
|Publication||2010 (IEEE 1901-2010), 2005 (Homeplug AV)|
|Applications||Power Line Communication|
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|Turbo Codes||Double binary parallel concatenated convolutional codes (PCCC), 8 states, tail-biting, code rates 1/2, 16/21, 16/18, payload block sizes 128, 1088, 4160 bits.|
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