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IEEE Standard for Ethernet--Amendment 8: Physical Layer and Management Parameters for Power over Data Lines (PoDL) of Single Balanced Twisted-Pair Ethernet

IEEE Std 802.3bu-2016 (Amendment to IEEE Std 802.3-2015 as amended by IEEE Std 802.3bw-2015, IEEE Std 802.3by-2016, IEEE Std 802.3bq-2016, IEEE Std 802.3bp-2016, IEEE Std 802.3br-2016, IEEE Std 802.3bn-2016, and IEEE Std 802.3bz-2016), 2017

Specifications and management parameters for the provision of power via a single twisted pair to connected Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) with IEEE 802.3 single balanced twisted-pair interfaces are added by this amendment to IEEE Std 802.3-2015.


IEEE 802.3 Ethernet

Networking Fundamentals: Wide, Local and Personal Area Communications, None

This chapter contains sections titled:IntroductionLegacy EthernetEvolution of the Physical LayerEmergence of Additional Features for EthernetQuestionsProblems


IEEE Passive Optical Networks

Broadband Access: Wireline and Wireless - Alternatives for Internet Services, None

This chapter begins with a discussion on the Ethernet point‐to‐multi‐point (EPON) protocol. The EPON standard, which was developed as part of the IEEE Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) project, was motivated by a desire to leverage the traditional advantages of Ethernet. EPON supports autodiscovery of ONUs and FEC. EPON allows the optional use of FEC. The chapter describes the ...


Packet Transmission and Switching

VoIP and Unified Communications: Internet Telephony and the Future Voice Network, None

This chapter contains sections titled:The Physical Layer: TransmissionData Link ProtocolsIP, the Network ProtocolLayer 4 Transport ProtocolsHigher Layer ProcessesSaving BandwidthDifferences: Circuit versus Packet Switched


IEEE Draft Standard for Ethernet Amendment: Maintenance #13: Power over Ethernet over 2 pairs

IEEE P802.3cq/D3.0, July 2019, 2019

This amendment to IEEE Std 802.3-2018 makes technical and editorial corrections and refinements to Power over Ethernet over 2-pairs in Clause 33.


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  • IEEE Standard for Ethernet--Amendment 8: Physical Layer and Management Parameters for Power over Data Lines (PoDL) of Single Balanced Twisted-Pair Ethernet

    Specifications and management parameters for the provision of power via a single twisted pair to connected Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) with IEEE 802.3 single balanced twisted-pair interfaces are added by this amendment to IEEE Std 802.3-2015.

  • IEEE 802.3 Ethernet

    This chapter contains sections titled:IntroductionLegacy EthernetEvolution of the Physical LayerEmergence of Additional Features for EthernetQuestionsProblems

  • IEEE Passive Optical Networks

    This chapter begins with a discussion on the Ethernet point‐to‐multi‐point (EPON) protocol. The EPON standard, which was developed as part of the IEEE Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) project, was motivated by a desire to leverage the traditional advantages of Ethernet. EPON supports autodiscovery of ONUs and FEC. EPON allows the optional use of FEC. The chapter describes the 10G EPON protocol primarily in terms of how it differs from EPON. 10G EPON shares much of its protocol with EPON. A combination of coarse wave division multiplexing (CWDM) and time division multiplexing (TDM) is used in order to allow EPON and 10G EPON systems to co‐exist on the same PON. Service‐specific functions are optional on either an OLT or ONU. Some of the major technical features of Service Interoperability in Ethernet Passive Optical Networks (SIEPON) include: management, QoS guarantees, power saving, data encryption, and ONU authentication.

  • Packet Transmission and Switching

    This chapter contains sections titled:The Physical Layer: TransmissionData Link ProtocolsIP, the Network ProtocolLayer 4 Transport ProtocolsHigher Layer ProcessesSaving BandwidthDifferences: Circuit versus Packet Switched

  • IEEE Draft Standard for Ethernet Amendment: Maintenance #13: Power over Ethernet over 2 pairs

    This amendment to IEEE Std 802.3-2018 makes technical and editorial corrections and refinements to Power over Ethernet over 2-pairs in Clause 33.

  • Fog Computing Enhanced Fiber‐Wireless Access Networks in the 5G Era

    Given the growing progress on, and interest in, 5G networks, fiber‐wireless (FiWi) access networks have great potential to enable the emergence of a variety of novel applications and creating new exciting opportunities. In this chapter, the authors focus on the 5G key attributes of high reliability with substantially enhanced connectivity and very low latency and study how and to what extent they can be obtained in fog computing‐FiWi (FC‐FiWi) networks. They aim to design an architecture and develop a novel unified resource management scheme as well as to study their achievable performance gains. The authors present the detailed analysis of survivability and end‐to‐end packet delay performance in greater detail. They discuss the implementation and validation, including the concept validation approach, experimental testbed, and obtained results. The authors develop a two‐layer TDMA based unified resource management scheme to schedule FiWi, fog, and cloud traffic at the same time.

  • The Tactile Internet over 5G FiWi Architectures

    The Tactile Internet (TI) holds great promise to have a profound socio‐economic impact on a broad array of applications in our everyday life, ranging from industry automation and transport systems to healthcare, telesurgery, and education. This chapter focuses on the proposed fiber‐wireless (FiWi) enhanced LTE‐Advanced heterogeneous networks, on which emerging 5G systems are envisioned to rely. It presents in‐depth technical insights into realizing human‐in‐the‐loop centric teleoperation TI over FiWi enhanced networks, including trace‐based haptic traffic modeling, perceptual deadband coding, haptic sample forecasting, and trace‐driven simulations. Collaborative computing based human‐to‐robot communications in advanced FiWi based TI infrastructures may offer significant benefits in terms of improved task execution time, cost reduction, and scalability. Collaboration and communication among humans‐are‐better‐at/machines‐are‐better‐at members is important to cope with dynamic changes in the task environment. TI traffic is expected to require the underlying communication networks to undergo profound modifications, both from architectural and medium access control viewpoints.

  • ITU‐T/FSAN PON Protocols

    The Full Service Access Network (FSAN) consortium was formed under the leadership of several telephone network providers (carriers) with the goal of researching, standardizing, and promoting broadband access solutions and services. FSAN settled on PON technology as the best long range network solution, and the first FSAN PON protocol was called Broadband‐PON (B‐PON). This chapter briefly describes B‐PON. It talks about Gigabit‐capable PON (G‐PON) that is specified in the ITU‐T G.984 series, although it re‐uses portions of the G.983 series standards as appropriate. FSAN is currently developing next generation protocols, both for the relatively near term (XG‐PON) and also for the longer term (NG‐PON). The details of XG‐PON are described. The XG‐PON frame structures are very similar to those for G‐PON, except that they have been optimized for use with the higher transmission rates.

  • Information modeling and evaluation method of EPON system for grid-connected distributed energy resources

    In the field of grid-connected distributed energy resources (DER), telecommunication network plays an important role to carry various information and control messages. With the advantages of high bandwidth and reliability, the EPON (Ether Passive Optical Network) has become one of important communication system to support distributed energy resources. Moreover, IEC61850 protocol has been introduced into the communication field of distributed energy resources. However, the communication system has not been included in the IEC61850 architecture as IED (Intelligent Electronic Device) information model. Aimed to solve this probleme, the information modeling and evaluation method of Communication System for DER is proposed in this paper. The communication architecture of IEC61850 and the IED modeling are introduced. Then, information modeling of EPON is conducted, including logic node, port management, data requirement. Furthermore, the working state of EPON is evaluated comprehensively with the fuzzy comprehensive evaluation method.

  • Decentralized SIEPON-based ONU-initiated Tx/TRx energy-efficiency mechanism in EPON

    An Ethernet passive optical network (EPON) has the least energy consumption among access network technologies and is the best candidate for improving energy consumption by time utilization. Current studies have proposed OLT- initiated schemes to turn off the transmitter/ receiver of an optical network unit (ONU) for a substantial time in order to achieve energy savings. In this paper, a new SIEPON-based ONU-initiated energy-saving mechanism is proposed in which the ONU calculates the transmitter (Tx) sleep duration based on the current queue state and maximum boundary delay requirements and forwards it to the OLT; then, the OLT calculates the ONU's receiver (Rx) sleep duration and decides the ONU's sleeping mode in Tx or TRx sleep mode. Furthermore, the Sleep manager and Green DBA and TRx controller components are proposed in the OLT and ONU architectures to more precisely manage the energy-saving mechanism. Simulation results show that the proposed energy-saving mechanism significantly improves energy savings up to 47% and 42% in the up- and downstream directions, respectively, and guarantees the QoS requirement in terms of mean packet delay, packet loss, throughput, and jitter. Moreover, the proposed energysaving mechanism has better delay performance compared with the OLT-initiated energy-saving mechanism such as upstream centric scheduling.



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