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> be considered non compliant. The way we're handling preamble in > these PHYs is identical to the way we're handling data. It should This is the precise point. PCS<-> MAC interface has no differentiation of preamble and data. If PCS went ahead and looked into/ate preamble, it would be more of a convenience (or should I say exception) rather than being to the standard. Tripathi.