IEEE 802.3 Multi-gig Automotive Ethernet PHY Task Force

802.3 Interim Meeting, January 25 - 26, 2018

Geneva, CH


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Presenters(s)

Affiliation(s)

Agenda (01b)

Steve Carlson, Chair, P802.3ch Task Force

High Speed Design, Inc., Robert Bosch GmbH

Unconfirmed Minutes

Jon Lewis

Dell EMC

Motions and Straw Polls

Jon Lewis

Dell EMC

Ad hoc report

George Zimmerman, Ad Hoc Chair

CME Consulting/CommScope, LTC, Aquantia

 

Natalie Wienckowski, Chief Editor

GM

IEEE Process

 

 

 

Copper Link Segment

STP cable Analysis of insertion loss degradation in high temperature atmosphere (01a)

Taketo Kumada

YAZAKI

Approach for Link Segment Transmission Parameter Definition(01b)

Bert Bergner, Eric DiBiaso

TE Connectivity

Multi-Gig PHY Emission Performance Investigation Sujan Pandey NXP
NGAUTO Proposed Cable Limits (01a) Natalie Wienckowski General Motors
Channel Requirements for Optimum/Robust PHY Design 10GBASE-T1 Ramin Farjadrad Aquantia Corp.
Channel Requirements for Optimum/Robust PHY Design 10GBASE-T1 (01b;correct page numbers) Ramin Farjadrad Aquantia Corp.
Temperature dependent cable characteristics and signaling
implications
(01a)
Gerrit W. den Besten NXP
     

Objectives (EEE, Start-up, etc.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 PHY

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

Working Sessions on Output

IEEE802.3ch Timing and Next Steps

Natalie Wienckowski/P802.3ch TF General Motors

 

 

 

 


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