RE: [802.3ae] 64/66b Encoding phenomena
On Sat, 2002-05-25 at 04:22, ti wrote:
> Hi Justin,
> > This data stream can be interpreted two different ways depending on
> > where the 64 bit boundary falls.
> > 1. DDDD_DDDT, IIIE_EIII, SDDD_DDDD with block type fields of FF, 1E,
> > and 78 respectively. (T C S)
> > 2. DDDT IIIE, EIII SDDD corresponding to block type fields
> > of B4 and 33
> > respectively, these are T_BLOCK_TYPES of T and S.
> > Resulting in 1. becoming /T/ /E/ /S/
> I agree.
> > while 2. would remain /S/ /T/
> Did you mean /T/ /S/?
> And where is the problem? Did I understand something wrong?
> I see no /E/- Types!
The issue is that under one condition, you get an /E/ and a drop frame,
and under another condition, you dont. With the exact same bit stream.
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