1     Scope 
 2     References 
 3     Definitions  
 4     Abbreviations and acronyms        
 5     Introduction      
        5.1     G.9954v2 protocol stack overview
        5.2     Network reference model  
        5.3     The protocol stack 
 6     PHY layer specification over phoneline     
        6.1     Overview  
        6.2     Transmitter reference model           
        6.3     Framing  
        6.4     Scrambler  
        6.5     Constellation encoder        
        6.6     QAM modulator    
        6.7     Minimum device requirements        
        6.8     Transmitter electrical specification  
        6.9     Receiver electrical specification      
       6.10     Input impedance   
 7     PHY layer specification over Coax           
        7.1     Overview  
        7.2     Transmitter reference model           
        7.3     Framing  
        7.4     Scrambler  
        7.5     Constellation encoder        
        7.6     QAM modulator    
        7.7     Minimum device requirements        
        7.8     Transmitter electrical specification  
        7.9     Receiver electrical specification      
       7.10     Input impedance   
 8     Media access protocol specification         
        8.1     Modes of operation           
        8.2     Basic CSMA         
        8.3     Priority access       
        8.4     Priority mapping    
        8.5     Network devices and device identifiers (Device_ID)           
        8.6     Data flows and flow identifiers (Flow_ID)  
        8.7     The MAC cycle     
        8.8     The MAC cycle length       
        8.9     Media access plan (MAP) 
       8.10     Transmission opportunities (TXOPs)         
       8.11     The G.9954v2 master node functional capabilities  
       8.12     G.9954v2 endpoint node requirements      
       8.13     MAC layer framing           
       8.14     MAC parameters 
 9     Compatibility specification
        9.1     Spectral compatibility with other services on the same wire 
        9.2     Coexistence and interoperability with G.9951/G.9952        
        9.3     Coexistence and interoperability with G.9954         
10     G.9954v2 quality of service        
       10.1     General description           
       10.2     Priority-based QoS          
       10.3     Parameter-based QoS      
       10.4     Service flows and QoS parameters           
       10.5     Bandwidth allocation models         
       10.6     Convergence layer traffic classification       
       10.7     Flow signalling protocol    
       10.8     Admission control 
       10.9     QoS support levels           
11     Link-layer protocol specification 
       11.1     Overview 
       11.2     Basic link layer frame format         
       11.3     Link-layer control frames  
       11.4     Rate negotiation control function    
       11.5     Link integrity function        
       11.6     Capability and status announcement          
       11.7     LARQ: Limited automatic repeat request protocol 
       11.8     Vendor-specific formats    
       11.9     HNT certification and diagnostics protocol
      11.10     Link-layer framing extensions       
      11.11     Reed-Solomon coding with intra-frame interleaving (Optional)      
      11.12     Frame bursting protocol   
      11.13     MAC cycle synchronization         
      11.14     Network admission control (Registration) protocol           
      11.15     Master selection protocol 
      11.16     Flow signalling protocol   
      11.17     Timestamp report indication message (optional)    
Annex A – Mechanical interface (MDI)    
        A.1     RJ11 MDI connector        
        A.2     F-type female connector   
Annex B – Network test loops    
        B.1     Wire model           
        B.2     Test loops 
Appendix I – Convergence layers    
        I.1        Overview 
        I.2        Convergence-layer primitives       
        I.3        Convergence layer architecture     
        I.4        Flow set-up triggering      
        I.5        Classification        
        I.6        Convergence layer interfaces to upper protocol layers       
        I.7        Protocol-specific convergence layers        
Appendix II – Media Independent Interface (MII) Recommendations    
       II.1     MII overview         
       II.2     G.9954v2 signalling recommendations        
       II.3     The "off-chip" G.9954v2 convergence layer
Appendix III – End-to-end architecture    
      III.1     G.9954v2-to-G.9954v2 protocol stack      
      III.2     Ethernet-HNT interface      
      III.3     USB-to-G.9954v2 protocol stack  
      III.4     IEEE 1394-to-G.9954v2 protocol stack    
      III.5     DOCSIS to G.9954v2 protocol stack        
Appendix IV – Network synchronization    
       IV.1     Synchronization requirements        
       IV.2     The network synchronization model           
       IV.3     Summary of synchronization mechanisms   
Appendix V – Support for variable bit-rate (VBR) flows    
        V.1     Per-cycle bandwidth request         
        V.2     UGS + shared transmission opportunity     
        V.3     UGS + explicit bandwidth requests
        V.4     UGS + spare bandwidth   
Appendix VI – Quality of service (QoS) parameters    
Appendix VII – Simultaneous applications test profiles    
Appendix VIII – Media access planning guidelines    
     VIII.1     Resource management      
     VIII.2     Media resource allocation and assignment 
     VIII.3     Burst size management     
     VIII.4     MAC cycle length management    
     VIII.5     Traffic policing and shaping           
     VIII.6     Latency and jitter control  
     VIII.7     MAP generation