IEEE P802.3av 10GEPON Task Force

Baseline Proposals

# Feature Details Motion Reference File
March 2007
1 Accommodation of FEC overhead 10GEPON shall accommodate FECís parity bandwidth by reducing the MACís effective data rate (sub-rating). See Motion 3
2 Upstream FEC framing and synchronization Accept the scheme outlined in slides 3-7 in 3av_0703_mandin_2.pdf as the baseline scheme for upstream FEC framing and synchronization. See Motion 4 3av_0703_mandin_2.pdf
3 Downstream FEC codeword structure Accept as a baseline scheme the FEC codeword structure depicted in the illustration on slide 5 in 3av_0703_mandin_2.pdf for the downstream (so that the FEC codeword structures on the upstream and downstream are identical). See Motion 5 3av_0703_mandin_2.pdf
4 P802.3av document structure The 802.3av Task Force approves the creation of two clauses as presented in 3av_0703_remein_1.pdf slides 7, 8, & 9. Outline of the clauses may be modified as necessary. See Motion 6 3av_0703_remein_1.pdf
5 10G/1G coexistence using upstream TDMA at 1310 For the 10GEPON upstream, the TDMA at 1310nm coexistence method is conditionally selected as baseline, unless technically and economically feasible link budgets cannot be found for all cases. See Motion 7 3av_0703_effenberger_4.pdf
May 2007
6 10 Gbps upstream signal 10 Gbps upstream signal to have a pass band of 20 nm. See Motion 3 3av_0705_tanaka_1.pdf (slide 14)
7 Handling of XAUI errors 802.3av shall not support a physical XAUI interface between PHY and MAC in the ONU. See Motion 5
8 FEC Codeword Structure The FEC algorithm shall accept as its input Nx65bit payloads (the second bit of the sync header plus 64 bits of data) pre-pended with padding consisting of zeros to bring the input codeword to the required size; notwithstanding, both bits of the sync header shall be transmitted, while the padding shall not be transmitted, as illustrated in 3av_0705_effenberger_4.pdf. See Motion 6 3av_0705_effenberger_4.pdf
9 FEC Framing To accept as a baseline for FEC framing the presentations 3av_0701_effenberger_1.pdf, 3av_0703_kramer_1.pdf, and 3av_0705_lynskey_1.pdf. See Motion 7 3av_0701_effenberger_1.pdf
3av_0703_kramer_1.pdf
3av_0705_lynskey_1.pdf
July 2007
10 10G Broadcast MAC There shall be a Broadcast MAC instance for 10G distinct from the 1G Broadcast MAC instance See Motion 3
11 Upstream power budget target For the B++ case, adopt a baseline proposal for the upstream specifications corresponding to an APD with high output power DML. See Motion 8
12 Start-of-Packet Alignment Idle Deletion State machine should align /S/ character of the first frame in the burst to the byte-0 position as shown in FSM1 on slide 7 in 3av_0707_kramer_1.pdf. See Motion 9 3av_0707_kramer_1.pdf
13 Idle Insertion Adopt as a baseline proposal the idle insertion mechanism set forth in 3av_0707_lynskey_2.pdf. See Motion 10 3av_0707_lynskey_2.pdf
14 10G upstream wavelength 10Gbps upstream signal shall be centered at 1270 nm for all power budget classes. See Motion 12
15 Broadcast MAC LLIDs Each broadcast MAC instance shall be associated with a unique LLID. The 10G broadcast channel shall be associated with LLID 0x7FFE. The 1G broadcast channel shall be associated with LLID 0x7FFF. The ONU transmits REGISTER_REQ with an LLID according to its upstream rate. A 10G/1G ONU receives broadcasts on LLID 0x7FFE and REGISTER_REQ to 0x7FFF. See Motion 22 3av_0707_mandin_3.pdf
September 2007
16 PR10 ONU Receiver PR-10 ONU receiver shall use sensitivity typical of a PIN-PD. See Motion 5
17 PR30 Wavelength Range The wavelength range for the OLT transmitter and ONU receiver shall span from 1574 to 1580 nm for power class PR30. See Motion 9
18 PR20 and PR30 ONU Receivers ONU for PR20 shall have sensitivity typical of PINs and ONU for PR30 shall have sensitivity typical of APDs. See Motion 12
19 OLT Transmitters PMDs with two Tx power levels shall be specified for the OLT. See Motion 13
20 OLT Transmitters (2) One OLT PMD shall be specified with the parameters typical of High Power EML and one OLT PMD shall be specified with the parameters typical of EML with booster amplifier. See Motion 14
21 Discovery GATE and REGISTER_REQ Messages Adopt modifications to Discovery GATE and REGISTER_REQ as defined in 3av_0709_lynskey_3.pdf. See Motion 15 3av_0709_lynskey_3.pdf
22 PR10 and PR20 ONU Transmitters PR10 and PR20 ONU transmitter shall have parameters typical of a DML. See Motion 17
23 PR10 and PR20 OLT Receivers PR10 and PR20 OLT receiver shall have parameters typical of an APD. See Motion 18
24 PR30 OLT Transmitter PR30 OLT transmitter shall be specified with parameters typical of High Power EML. See Motion 21
25 PR20 OLT Transmitter PR20 OLT transmitter shall be specified with parameters typical of EML with a booster amplifier. See Motion 22
26 PR10 OLT Transmitter PR10 OLT transmitter shall be specified with parameters typical of High Power EML. See Motion 23
November 2007
27 Power Budget Parameters for PR10, PR20, and PR30 Adopt the power budgets defined on pages 3-5 of 3av_0711_effenberger_1.pdf as the baseline for PR10, PR20, and PR30 PMDs. See Motion 3 3av_0711_effenberger_1.pdf
28 PR10 and PR20 Downstream Wavelengths Define the OLT transmit wavelength range for PR10 and PR20 PMDs to be 1580nm to 1600nm. See Motion 4
29 FEC Algorithm Accept RS(255, 223) as the baseline proposal for the FEC algorithm. See Motion 7
30 Adjustable Laser On/Off Times Accept as a baseline proposal for MPCP handshake-based adjustable Laser On and Laser Off times for 10G EPON using modified REGISTER_REQ and REGISTER messages shown in pages 6 and 7 of 3av_0711_suzuki_1.pdf. See Motion 10 3av_0711_suzuki_1.pdf
April 2008
31 Reported Queue Length values REPORT messages shall report queue length in units of time_quanta without rounding up to integer number of FEC codewords. See Motion 4
       

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