Z-Wave to be an open ratified, multi-source wireless standard

December 24, 2019 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Z-Wave to be an open ratified, multi-source wireless standard
Silicon Labs and the Z-Wave Alliance are planning to open the Z-Wave specification as a ratified, multi-source wireless standard for development.

The new proposal will allow semiconductor and software suppliers to join the Z-Wave ecosystem, contribute to future versions, and develop sub-GHz Z-Wave radio devices and software stacks. The Z-Wave Alliance will continue to manage the Z-Wave Certification program for software and hardware.

The new, open Z-Wave Specification is expected to be released in the second half of 2020 and it includes the ITU.G9959 PHY/MAC radio specification, the application layer, the network layer and the host-device communication protocol. The changes will enable Z-Wave to become a multi-source, wireless smart home standard developed by a collective working group.


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