Questions tagged [10gbase]

10GBASE-* is the standards family for 10 Gbit/s ethernet. Physical layer specifications for Twinax, twisted pair copper, various fiber optic media and backplane connections exist.

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10GBASE-R 64B/66B Encoding/Decoding Unusual Control Block Formats

I need to design a 64B/66B decoder on receiver side of the GTY transceiver. Currently, I get 2 bit header and corresponding 64 bit descrambled payload at positive edge of every other clock cycle. So ...
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Does 10GBASE-R fully replace 10GBASE-X?

10GBASE-R using 64b/66b encoding scheme (3% overhead) 10GBASE-X using 8b/10b encoding scheme (20% overhead) 10GBASE-R is achieved with single xcvr lane 10GBASE-X is achieved with 4 XAUI xcvr lanes &...
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Gearbox in 10GBASE-R Ethernet protocol

In 10GBASE-R specification, Gearbox is defined to take care the data width adaptation between PCS & PMA. For example, after the 64b66b encoding, the PCS data width will become 66bits. The gearbox ...