May 2005 TIA Tutorial

May 2005 TIA Tutorial

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TIA TR-42 Liaison to IEEEVal RybinskiVice-Chair, TR-42.7--May 2005Austin, TXMay 2005 IEEE 802.3Impact of PHY Capabilities• Extended TIA has standards to frequency characterization produce!required• Alien crosstalk limits and test methods required• Strategies to optimize SNR margin requiredMay 2005 IEEE 802.3Broad Market PotentialIEEE wants a 10GbE standard that will support new and existing cabling cabling– Next generation components shall support 10 GbE over copper-based -horizontal cabling up to 100 meters– Augmented Category 6– Category 7– Legacy category 6 installations shall be supported by guidelines and mitigation practices with limitations such as reduced channel length, etc.May 2005 IEEE 802.3TIA 10 GbE Cabling StandardsTIA 10 GbE Cabling StandardsLegacy Cabling -TSB-155: 10 GbE operation over 55 meters of installed ‘568-B.1 category 6New Installations -‘568-B.2-1 (Augmented category 6): 10 GbE operation over 100-meter, -4-connector channels-May 2005 IEEE 802.3TSB-155 Draft 1.3.1 Overview“Additional Guidelines for 4-Pair 100 Ω Category 6 Cabling for 10GBASE-T Applications”• Extended frequency characterization• New: ANEXT, PSANEXT, AFEXT, PSAELFEXT• Cabling (not component) requirements only• Level IIIe field tester accuracy requirementse• Alien crosstalk mitigation methodsMay 2005 IEEE 802.3TSB-155 Extended FrequencyExtended frequency characterization of existing category 6 cabling limits from 250 MHz ...

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TIA TR-42 Liaison to IEEE
May 2005
Val Rybinski
Vice-Chair, TR-42.7
May 2005
Austin, TX
IEEE 802.3
Impactof PHY Capabilities
Extended frequency characterization required Alien crosstalk limits and test methods required Strategies to optimize SNR margin required
May 2005
TIA has standards to produce!
IEEE 802.3
Broad Market Potential
IEEE wants a 10GbE standard that will supportnewandexistingcabling Next generation components shall support 10 GbE over copper-based horizontal cabling up to 100 meters
May 2005
Augmented Category 6
Category 7
Legacy category 6 installations shall be supported by guidelines and mitigation practices with limitations such as reduced channel length, etc.
IEEE 802.3
TIA 10 GbE Cabling Standards
Legacy Cabling -TSB-155: 10 GbE operation over 55 meters of installed 568-B.1 category 6
New Installations -568-B.2-1 (Augmented category 6): 10 GbE operation over 100-meter, 4-connector channels
May 2005
IEEE 802.3
TSB-155Draft 1.3.1 Overview
Additional Guidelines for 4-Pair 100Category 6 Cabling for 10GBASE-T Applications
Extended frequency characterization
New: ANEXT, PSANEXT, AFEXT, PSAELFEXT
Cabling (not component) requirements only
Level IIIe field tester accuracy requirements
Alien crosstalk mitigation methods
May 2005
IEEE 802.3
TSB-155Extended Frequency
Extended frequency characterization of existing category 6 cabling limits from 250 MHz up to 500 MHz:
May 2005
Insertion loss* NEXT loss PSNEXT loss ELFEXT PSELFEXT
Return loss Propagation delay Delay skew No specifications for balance yet
* with provisions for length scaling
IEEE 802.3
TSB-155 SNR Disturbers
SNR = Signal to Noise Margin
Because 10 GbE can cancel internal crosstalk, external balanced noise sources dominate the SNR calculation
This previously uncharacterized noise source is called alien crosstalk
Alien Crosstalk
AlienCrosstalk: What is it?
Differential noise coupled from one twisted-pair cabling component to another
Current DSP technology can not compensate forinter-channelcrosstalk
May 2005
Noise
Noise
Noise
IEEE 802.3
TBS-155Alien Crosstalk Limits
10GBASE-T is designed to operate over at least 55 meters of category 6 cabling within a reasonable worst case alien crosstalk environment
Pair-to-pair ANEXT loss* Power sum ANEXT loss Pair-to-pair AELFEXT* Power sum AELFEXT
* for future study  assigned to project team
May 2005
IEEE 802.3
TSB-155 PSAXT Constants
PSANEXT loss and PSELFEXT limits are derived from a PSAXT to insertion loss ratio
This calculated PSAXT to insertion loss ratio is called a constant
In this manner, the relationship between overall channel length and SNR margin is taken into account to ensure the broadest support of the installed base of cabling
May 2005
IEEE 802.3
PSAXTConstant Example
PSANEXT loss limits at 100 MHz versus channel length for PSAXTIR > 0
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55 meters
70 meters
85 meters
100 meters
IEEE 802.3
47 dB
52 dB
57 dB
62 dB