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1 A Simple Model of Relative Power vs. Reach, Broadcom Corp. Sept. 17, 2012 for IEEE Next Generation BASE-T study group Geneva 0

2 Supporters Brad Booth Valerie Maguire Rick Rabinovitch Dave Chalupsky Wael Diab Alan Flatman Mike Bennet Dell Siemon Alcatel-Lucent Intel Broadcom LAN Technologies LBNL 1

3 Outline Assumptions to make a very simple model Not endorsing any solution(s), but building a model Shannon Capacity review A Baseline 10GBASE-T implementation as a reference A very Simple model of PHY implementation Power penalty Results for 40Gbps Relative Power vs. Reach Summary and future work 2

4 db Historical IL specifications IL vs Freq for cable classes, reach=100m n=4connect F A F E A E D C Constant progress in cable IL specifications Major advances are to higher Bandwidths Minor advances in improved IL, but negligible from F to F A Frequency MHz 3

5 db Assumption 1. IL will equation extrapolate to Higher Frequencies IL vs Freq for cable classes, reach=100m n=4connect F A extrap Frequency MHz F A F E A E D C Class F A current specification to 1GHz is equation extrapolated out to 2GHz Why are we interested in extrapolation where the IL is 70 to almost 100dB? 4

6 IL (in db) will remain proportional to Reach db IL vs Freq for 50m F A extrap and for 100m E A = 10G BASE-T 100m E 50m F A Fraction of respective BandWidth As per previous specifications, cable IL in db is proportional to reach Trivial example of MHz Bandwidth shows that the in band IL is similar to that of 5

7 Assumption 2. RL of cables and connectors will frequency scale (not get relatively worse) Not realistic, as best case might be an extrapolation Assumption only to make this initial model much simpler We ll just model the noise floor, while the RL and imperfect hybrid cancellation will require increased dynamic range, which won t be modeled here So the results will be like bounds The real costs will be greater than projected This assumption favors higher Bandwidth systems, so the true optimum Bandwidths will be lower than predicted by this model 6

8 Assumption 3. NEXT and FEXT will remain small Small enough that no significant gains from MIMO processing See reference [J.M. Fudullah, A. Entshari, M. Kavehrad, Channel Equalization for Multi-Gigabit Ethernet over Copper, CCECE 09, pp.49-53] Large enough that PHY implementation power to cancel and/or compensate NEXT and FEXT will remain similar to 10GBASE-T 7

9 Assumption 4. No Alien Xtalk nor EMI issues Negligible loss from (no extra margin required for) Alien Xtalk and EMI E.g., Alien Xtalk is negligible with shielded versions of class F A See reference [D. Schicketanz, Channels in Support of 40GBASE-T, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 25/WG 3(Melbourne/Germany)021, ] Negligible EMI issues remains to be proven, and depends on maximum allowed interference, etc., but appears feasible with shielding Note that without shielding both of these assumptions are highly suspect Electro Magnetic Susceptibility and Emissions requirements need to be clearly defined early in the Architecture development process Likely the PHY Bandwidth will overlap multiple cell-phone (mobile) bands 8

10 Assumption 5. TX Launch Power 3dBm Low cost solutions in CMOS favor not increasing the TX launch power Decreasing the TX launch power requires lowering the RX noise floor, which will not be advantageous in the model to be presented 9

11 Assumption 6. Spectrum Band-limited to BW Where BW will be a design variable Assumption simplifies the model and discussion Low power constrained PHYs tend to soft band limit, because it s too expensive to either over-sample or to implement accurate analog continuous time matched filters Real performance tends to approximate the ideal band-limited performance 10

12 Assumption 7. Operation only at medium to high SNR(f) Where SNR(f) is approximately equal to 1 + SNR(f) E.g., where 10*log 10 SNR(f)) >= 6dB for all f Because it generally costs too much power to operate where a significant fraction of the band is at low SNR(f) 11

13 Assumption 8. All noises are PHY self-noises All PHY noises and distortions (TX and RX) are lumped into a single Bandwidth limited AWGN referred to the RX input 12

14 Band-Limited Shannon Capacity review For simplicity use flat (white) TX power spectrum No advantage to Water filling spectrum for our medium to high SNR(f) See reference [A. Entshari, M. Kavehrda, Transmission strategies for High- Speed Access over Category-7A Copper Wiring, CCECE 08, pp ] So S(f) is simply the IL scaled by the TX launch power, and N(f) is simply the band-limited white self noise 13

15 10GBASE-T Baseline Reference Implementation Consider the Channel (defined as what the communication engineer can NOT change) of 100m of CAT6 A with Power Sum Alien Xtalks The 400 MHz band-limited Shannon Capacity is 3.45Gbps / TP So 4 Twisted Pairs gives 4*3.45 = 13.8 Gbps, an apparent 38% margin But this apparent capacity margin must cover the non-ideal modulation and coding, as well as all other impairments. The actual modulation and code require 23.5dB detector SNR to achieve the BER goal of 1e-12. This is 4.7dB from the Shannon bound without any implementation penalty, so there is much less margin than apparent above What would a PHY designer do with this Alien Xtalk dominated system? Answer = Hide all electronic implementation noises under the Alien Xtalk E.g., allow a 1.25dB degradation in net detector SNR compared to the Alien Xtalk with perfect electronics Diminishing returns (and higher power ) from lowering self-noises further Model the net of all 10GBASE-T self-noises as -143dBm/Hz 14

16 dbm/hz 10GBASE-T, Hiding net Self Noise below PS Alien Xtalk 10GBASE-T 100m. Launch=3dBm. Power Spectral Densities referred to RX Input Received Signal PS Alien Xtalk PS Self Noises Typical Net Noises Frequency (MHz) In order to hide below the Alien Xtalk (reduce the detector SNR by 1.25dB), a white input referred self noise is placed at -143 dbm/hz This level of self noise at this bandwidth will be our unit reference for relative power comparisons 15

17 Design Equation for 40Gbps over 4TP with Margin We need to compensate for modulation and coding sub-optimality from the Shannon bound. 10G BASE-T modulation and coding has 4.7dB such loss. We might reduce this loss to ~4dB with improved transcoding and from some improved modulation and/or coding. We need to design the PHY self-noises to give some margin for degradations that haven t been enumerated. Choose 6dB such Implementation Margin. For fair comparison as we vary BW, we d like a constant db margin, which is not a fixed fraction of capacity, but can easily be shown as So the required excess capacity is proportional to BW, and for 4+6dB becomes 16

18 A Simple model of Relative Power Power is proportional to BW Analog currents are typically proportional to BW, while voltages remain constant Number of digital computations (if they parallelize well) are typically proportional to BW Power to achieve noise Power Spectral Density N o doubles with every 6dB reduction of noise Analog currents must typically be doubled to reduce noise and distortion by 6dB, while voltages remain constant E.g., increasing ADC Effective Number of Bits by +1bit (6db) doubles the power DSP costs probably don t scale in this manner, as one extra LSB of significance lowers the DSP noises by 6dB. Thus, this model typically overstates the DSP power at high SNRs (at low Baud rates) Denoting N o in dbm/hz units, then Equivalent to reference [G. Zimmerman, Channel Parameters and PHY Complexity at 40G, TIA TR ] Power BW * 2 -No/

19 Power Multiplier Relative Power vs. Reach at optimum BW. 40Gbps ower Multiplier wrt 10GB-T vs. Reach for 40Gbps. TXlaunch=3dBm, TotalMargin=10dB, Self Noise Only Every ~12m increase in reach approximately doubles power About 4x 46m (same pj/bit as 10GBASE-T) About 2x 34m About 1x 22m reach (m) 18

20 dbm/hz Noise PSD vs. Reach at optimum BW. 40Gbps se PSD vs Reach at optimal BW for min Power. 40Gbps. TXlaunch=3dBm, TotalMargin=10dB, Self Noise Only reach (m) Same -143dBm/Hz as Below -150dBm/Hz (above 54m) likely requires radical new circuit techniques And quickly reach thermal noise limits for 100 Ohms and room temperature (or worse, IC temperature) Not reasonable beyond 70m 19

21 BW MHz BW vs. Reach at optimum BW. 40Gbps Bandwidth vs Reach that Minimizes Power. 40Gbps. TXlaunch=3dBm, TotalMargin=10dB, Self Noise Only 2000 Shorter reaches are optimized with higher BWs All reasonable lengths are optimized with BW > 1GHz So an extrapolation of IL specification seems needed? reach (m) 20

22 bps/hz Bits per second per Hz vs. BW. 40Gbps bits per second per Hz BW per TP for 40Gbps 40Gbps 10G BASE-T For a given net data rate, simple hyperbolic relationship between BW and bits per second per Hz of BW BW MHz 21

23 bps/hz Bits per second per Hz vs. Reach at Optimum BW. 40Gbps econd per Hz BW vs Reach that Minimizes Power. 40Gbps. TXlaunch=3dBm, TotalMargin=10dB, Self Noise Only Only short reaches <20m don t require an increase in bps/hz compared to 10GBASE-T reach (m) 22

24 relative power Relative Power vs. BW for 35m example. 40Gbps 10 2 Power vs. BW for 40Gbps. length=35m 10 1 Example of reach = 35m The power minima is quite broad for 35m And we expect the model overly favors high BWs How sub-optimal would BW = 1GHz be for other reaches? BW MHz 23

25 Power Multiplier Relative Power vs. Reach revisited. 40Gbps Power Multiplier wrt 10GB-T vs. Reach for 40Gbps. TXlaunch=3dBm, TotalMargin=10dB, Self Noise Only BW optimized BW fixed=1ghz reach (m) A fixed 1GHz BW is very close to optimal above 40m Relatively small power penalties from 20m to 40m And again we expect the model favors high BWs So 1GHz may be near optimal above 30m, etc. 24

26 Summary of Results given the assumptions and model A very simple model of PHY power was given and referenced to a baseline 10GBASE-T implementation The model is analog centric and agnostic on modulation and coding methods The model deliberately underestimates Power by ignoring the more difficult RL at higher BW Power approximately doubles for every 12m increase in reach Choice of the maximum supported reach will be a critical parameter Some technically viable long reaches may have too high power for broad market acceptance >70m reach is not reasonable power nor technically feasible The same PHY power/port as 10GBASE-T is achieved at reach 22m The same PHY energy/bit as 10GBASE-T is achieved at reach 46m The Bandwidth that minimizes power is > 1GHz for reach < 70m, but Bandwidth of 1GHz is quite close to optimal for reach >30m 25

27 Discussion and Future Work No attempt here to predict advances in Silicon IC processes or design methods IC power is a moving target over time Slope of Power vs. Reach will remain similar, but these curves can and will shift. E.g., an extra 6dB of dynamic range would cost 2x in power (12m reach) Better modeling of RL to higher BW is needed, including cables, magnetics, and connectors The phase response is also needed to predict dynamic range requirements Better modeling of IL to higher BW is needed, including cables, magnetics, and connectors The phase response is also needed Better and more detailed modeling of IC architecture is needed to refine results Modeling of DSP digital centric power is needed to refine results Understanding EMI requirements is essential to a quick project start and to a successful conclusion Shielding of Cables and/or Connectors may be preferred or needed 26

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