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Ron -we have discussed trunk and spurs used in industrial applications. See several early presentations by Stefan Graber. However, the 1000 m of link segment is point to point. It is not a multi drop link segment, with active taps. We fought that out during
our objectives phase.|
George A. Zimmerman, Ph.D.
CME Consulting, Inc.
Experts in PHYsical Layer Communications
On Nov 17, 2017, at 11:42 AM, Ronald Naismith <ron.naismith@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Dear 802.3cg community,
I went back through the groups documents to look at the T1L segment definition and I found:
1,000 Meters with up to 10 connectors in several places
I understand that the T1L spec is point to point, but is there any discussion (and maybe it is in the context of APL for the Industrial crowd) about
A trunk and spur concept to connect multiple devices in the T1L case using some kind of “field switch” or an active tap?
I am getting questions in this area internally from T1L interested parties.