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We decided to just concentrate on the individual link segments for now. Well shielded cables will have little crosstalk except at the connectors. The link segment data is enough for the PHY vendors to start with. Once we narrow down the suitable characteristics we can then get crosstalk measurements for suitable connectors and link segments.
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From: Stefan Buntz <stefan.buntz@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 6/1/17 7:53 PM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: [802.3_NGAUTO] AW: website update
sorry not to be able to join the NGAUTO call yesterday as I am currently in Taiwan. I just reviewed the presented slides and I think this is very useful input. Thank you all for generating this!
One question remains to me:
In Natalie’s presentation you showed that you need 4-port data (s4p) for differential cables in linear scaling. I assume this is mostly easily doable with a 4-port network analyzer.
Due to the also mentioned crosstalk I would like to know in which format this is needed? For crosstalk the setup would be a 8-port setup (if you e.g. use a shielded twisted quad cable).
Does this need to be measured also with phase the same time (means a s8p file)? I assume this to be a little bit difficult, as it would need a 8-port network analyzer…
Or is for crosstalk also a separate measurement sufficient just measuring the cross talk alone (passive termination of the unused terminals) – or is it even fine to have cross talk amplitude?
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