Re: [EFM-Copper] RE: [EFM] Official Nickname for our standard?
Hugh and all
Short reach and long reach are established terms in other metro segments,
so much so that some folks think the S 1000BASE-SX stands for short reach.
How about SR Copper and LR Copper?? Marking folks can then insert EFM SR Cu
and EFM LR Cu. Leaves room for IR cu.....:)))
At 07:31 AM 5/25/2003 -0700, Hugh Barrass wrote:
>... because "EFM" does not appear in either the PAR or anywhere in the
>draft. We haven't adopted EFM as an "official" name for anything.
>One possibility might be 10P"reg name" and 2B"reg name" - with registers
>applicable to both being 10P/2B"reg name" - that is fairly short and unique.
>Alternatively SA"reg name" (by dropping the N, we avoid confusion with the
> > Why not use EFMC?
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Scott Simon [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Friday, May 23, 2003 1:59 PM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
> > Subject: [EFM] Official Nickname for our standard?
> > Hey All,
> > Here's another question. Do we have an official nickname for our
> standard? For example, 10GBASE-X registers in Clause 45 are called "10G
> <register name>".
> > Do we have something like "EFM <register name"? "10PASS-TS/2BASE-TL
> <register name>" seems a little lengthy. Maybe we just live with the
> long winded version, but is there a good alternative?
> > As far as I remember, we are discouraged from using EFM in the
> draft. What about these suggestions:
> > SAN -- $ub$criber access network? (a good joke against our storage
> > SuNe -- $ub$criber network?
> > SAP -- $ub$criber access PHY?
> > What does everyone think?
> > I have a comment to put something in front of the 10PASS-TS/2BASE-TL
> registers, I'll just use the long winded version if no one has a better idea.
> > -=Scott
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