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During MMF Ad Hoc meeting today Jonathan referenced some of David's work presented last week during 32 GFC meeting.
FC 32GFC operate at 28.05 GBd and the group has an objective of 100 on OM4. With MPD noise at very steep increase at
28.05 GBd, FC group has agreed to use zero overhead FEC. David's work is applicable to the MMF objective in this group and
David spreadsheet also allow studying link with FFE/DFE.
I have provided link to David's presentations below
link to the spreadsheet (follow the link after you get doc 12-044v1.pdf replace pdf with xls to download the file)http://www.t11.org/fd/12-044
Jonathan since these analysis are very involve it would be best if we invite David to present his work during our Ad Hoc Meeting.
On Feb 13, 2012, at 5:52 PM, Jonathan King wrote:
<MMF-objective-Next-Steps.pptx> Here is my presentation for the MMF ad hoc call , 14th Feb 2012 This is intended to be an introduction to, and framework for, discussion on what we do as an ad hoc to progress towards an MMF objective. By popular request, we have moved this meeting to Tuesday 14 February at the same time as before. (With apologies to Paul who now can’t attend.) As mentioned by Dan, Jonathan and I are planning to hold an SMF Ad Hoc meeting immediately followed by an MMF Ad Hoc meeting (1 hour each) starting at 8:00 am Pacific on Tuesday 14 February. Australia, Brisbane : 0730870163 Australia, Melbourne : 0383380011 Australia, Sydney : 0282386454 Austria, Vienna : 01253021727 Belgium, Brussels : 028948259 Bulgaria, Sofia : 024917751 Canada, All Cities : 2064450056 China, All Cities Domestic : 8008706896 China, All Cities Domestic : 4006920013 Czech Republic, Prague : 228882153 Denmark, Copenhagen : 32727639 Estonia, Tallinn : 6682564 Finland, Helsinki : 0923193023 France, Paris : 0170375518 Germany, Berlin : 03030013082 Germany, Frankfurt : 06924437355 Hong Kong, Hong Kong : 85230730462 Hungary, Budapest : 017789269 India, Bangalore : 08039418300 India, Chennai - Primary : 04430062138 India, Mumbai : 02239455533 India, New Delhi : 01139418310 Ireland, Dublin : 015269460 Israel, Tel Aviv : 37630760 Italy, Milan : 0200661900 Japan, Tokyo : 0345808383 Korea (South), All Cities : 0264903634 Lithuania, Vilnius : 52055461 Luxembourg, Luxembourg : 20881245 Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur : 0348190063 Netherlands, Amsterdam : 0207946527 New Zealand, Auckland : 099291734 Poland, Warsaw : 223070121 Romania, Bucharest : 318144966 Russian Federation, Moscow : 4992701688 Singapore, All Cities : 6568829970 Slovak Republic, Bratislava : 0233418490 Slovenia, Ljubljana : 016003971 Spain, Barcelona : 935452633 Spain, Madrid : 911146624 Sweden, Stockholm : 0850512711 Switzerland, Bellinzona : 0912611463 United Kingdom, All Cities : 08443386571 United Kingdom, All Cities : 02034333547 United States, All Cities : 4438636577 Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh : 84838012419 Pete Anslow | Senior Standards Advisor
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Thanks for this contribution to the forward progress of the Study Group.
I would like to ask that our participants take the time to open the links below and refresh themselves on these points.
In my experience, the tendency for a Study Group to get distracted is not new, and the need to continually remind ourselves of where we are in the process is essential.
I would add that each project has its own unique characteristics and therefore the process provides boundaries but the path will always be slightly different. Given that we (100G Ethernet) have optical PMDs which already exist and satisfy broad market potential, it changes the relative importance of the 5 criteria responses. We are not just comparing ourselves to prior speeds or other media types, but to 100G PMDs that are currently available. We need to be distinct, economically feasible against those alternatives in order to meet the needs of a broad market, and demonstrate we are technically feasible as well.
Your advice is appreciated and we should all be diligent to remain within the process boundaries and seek a path that brings us to a successful PAR and 5 criteria response. In that regard, focus on the process is essential.
Jonathan and Pete are in the process of setting up a co-joined adhoc meeting that will address objectives and 5C responses for both the MMF and SMF technologies. We hope to provide that focus, and define a path for forward progress.