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My requests were driven by requests I had received for:
a) 4x4 or full matrix data so you could actually simulate all the crossterms and hence simulate a system operating over 4 pairs
b) a few other sample measurements so that you get a better representation of the cable plant
I have subsequently seen questions on how you scale actual cable measurements to the limit lines - the questions arise specifically when you are dealing with a matrix channel. Do you scale each parameter to the limit line? Do you scale the sum etc.
I think Jose Tellado had summarized a few different ways of scaling. If you don't have a summary of what he had summarized, please ask him for it and put it on the reflector.
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From: stds-802-3-10gbt@IEEE.ORG [mailto:stds-802-3-10gbt@IEEE.ORG] On Behalf Of CDimi80749@AOL.COM
Sent: Wednesday, May 12, 2004 12:47 PM
Subject: Re: [10GBT] Channel models
Sanjay Kasturia had posted a request for additional cabling channel models in an e-mail sent to the 10GBASE-T reflector
models to the TF modeling Adhoc group and requested that Sanjay be more specific on the need for and types
of additional models required
I’d like to continue this thread in order solicit input from the TF on the need for additional cabling models in order
to coordinate and focus the cabling adhoc on the deliverables. The TF established a baseline cabling specification
supported by the current set of models. What are the requirements and objectives for additional cabling models?
We need to focus on the development of the standard and generate a list of objectives and requirements for
additional channel models that apply to that effort. Towards that end, what are we lacking in channel models??
Chair: 10GBASE-T Cabling Ad-hoc
In a message dated 4/10/2004 1:19:36 PM Eastern Standard Time, SKasturia@TERANETICS.COM writes: