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The system has just been demonstrated with successful handoff between sectors at 120 km/hour, consistent with the UMTS third generation mobile standard.

Another consideration for supporting hot plugging is detecting the presence of a newly inserted device. A fully compliant SATA II storage array can use hardware or firmware to set a newly defined bit in SError, one of the host accessible SATA registers. The bit indicates that the installed state of the related slot has changed.

About the Author Ravi Kodavarti is a senior technical staff member with Texas Instruments' Voice over Packet Group. He holds a BE from Karnataka Regional Engineering College, India, an MS from Texas A&M University, and an MBA from Northwestern University. Ravi can be reached at ravi@ti.com

The XGMII-to-Xaui transceiver is also referred to as the XGMII extender sublayer (XGXS). The transmit and receive paths are completely separate to provide full-duplex

San Diego, Calif. — An OC-48 references design has been launched that marries the S3485 4-bit multi-rate transceiver with an SFP Sonet/SDH transceiver from Agilent technologies. This pluggable reference design provides key parameter measurements and circuit schematics that allow users to simulate a connection to the optics module, or via an SMA connector, to the serial ports o the S3485 device. The reference platform also enables interoperability testing and characterizes equipment for jitter and waveform evaluations.

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Another consideration for supporting hot plugging is detecting the presence of a newly inserted device. A fully compliant SATA II storage array can use hardware or firmware to set a newly defined bit in SError, one of the host accessible SATA registers. The bit indicates that the installed state of the related slot has changed.

About the Author Ravi Kodavarti is a senior technical staff member with Texas Instruments' Voice over Packet Group. He holds a BE from Karnataka Regional Engineering College, India, an MS from Texas A&M University, and an MBA from Northwestern University. Ravi can be reached at ravi@ti.com

The XGMII-to-Xaui transceiver is also referred to as the XGMII extender sublayer (XGXS). The transmit and receive paths are completely separate to provide full-duplex

San Diego, Calif. — An OC-48 references design has been launched that marries the S3485 4-bit multi-rate transceiver with an SFP Sonet/SDH transceiver from Agilent technologies. This pluggable reference design provides key parameter measurements and circuit schematics that allow users to simulate a connection to the optics module, or via an SMA connector, to the serial ports o the S3485 device. The reference platform also enables interoperability testing and characterizes equipment for jitter and waveform evaluations.

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  • For those who choose to implement the PCS/XGXS layer, there are a few details to observe. Most of these are defined within clauses 9 through 12 of 10GFC. The transmit and receive state machines are summarized quite well in the informative Annex D of 10GFC.

    First, the IEEE organized the 802.15.3a group more than a year ago and there are hundreds of participants and dozens of companies collaborating to create a single standard quickly. Many of the participants are veterans of the Bluetooth and 802.11 wars and bring knowledge to the table on how to avoid repeating problems experienced in those processes. In the past year the 802.15.3a group has made rapid progress and after the recent March meeting where a variety of technical proposals for the standard were first made by 24 different companies, the group appears to be setting aside individual interests and merging around a single basic approach to the UWB specification, which is called multi-banding.

    A pseudo-wire is defined as an emulation of a native service (such as ATM, frame relay, Sonet/SDH, or TDM) formed by tunneling that service's data through a packet network. A pseudo-wire is intended to emulate the behavior and characteristics of the original service as faithfully as possible, but that emulation need not be perfect. TDMoIP is known in the PWE3 working group as draft-anavi-tdmoip, a work in progress that has undergone several revisions.

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  • First, the IEEE organized the 802.15.3a group more than a year ago and there are hundreds of participants and dozens of companies collaborating to create a single standard quickly. Many of the participants are veterans of the Bluetooth and 802.11 wars and bring knowledge to the table on how to avoid repeating problems experienced in those processes. In the past year the 802.15.3a group has made rapid progress and after the recent March meeting where a variety of technical proposals for the standard were first made by 24 different companies, the group appears to be setting aside individual interests and merging around a single basic approach to the UWB specification, which is called multi-banding.

    A pseudo-wire is defined as an emulation of a native service (such as ATM, frame relay, Sonet/SDH, or TDM) formed by tunneling that service's data through a packet network. A pseudo-wire is intended to emulate the behavior and characteristics of the original service as faithfully as possible, but that emulation need not be perfect. TDMoIP is known in the PWE3 working group as draft-anavi-tdmoip, a work in progress that has undergone several revisions.

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  • A pseudo-wire is defined as an emulation of a native service (such as ATM, frame relay, Sonet/SDH, or TDM) formed by tunneling that service's data through a packet network. A pseudo-wire is intended to emulate the behavior and characteristics of the original service as faithfully as possible, but that emulation need not be perfect. TDMoIP is known in the PWE3 working group as draft-anavi-tdmoip, a work in progress that has undergone several revisions.

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    But how can TDM networks be adapted to meet next-generation network requirements in terms of scalability, throughput, interconnects and advanced features? All are goals that must be met against a backdrop of reduced carrier investment, reduced footprint, improved reliability and lower power consumption.

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