First G.fast SFP Reference Design
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CP1020SFP-EVM G.FAST CPE REFERENCE DESIGN

The Only Way to Build an SFP with G.fast

OVERVIEW

The Sckipio CP1020SFP-EVM G.fast CPE Reference Design is the first G.fast CPE design to fit entirely within an SFP form-factor. The design includes all the hardware and software needed to complete an end-to-end SFP design. The CP1020SFP-EVM implements a single FTU-R transceiver that complies with the ITU G.fast recommendations (G.9700/1).

CP1020SFP-EVM G.fast CPE Bridge

CP1020SFP-EVM G.fast CPE Bridge

The Sckipio CP1020SFP-EVM G.fast CPE Reference Design is the first G.fast solution to run within an SFP form-factor. This reference design helps OEMs and ODMs get to market by leveraging existing residential gateway designs that support SFP interfaces for broadband access

REFERENCE MATERIALS

Broad Standards Support
  • Fully compliant with the ITU-T G.fast Recommendation (G.9700/1)
  • Supports the complete 106a profile
  • Support for ITU-T G.997.2
  • Support for IEEE 1588 Time Synchronization
  • Supports ITU G.994.1 G.hs
  • Spectrally co-existent with legacy technologies, e.g. ADSL, VDSL
Full G.fast Performance
  • Bandwidth: 2 – 106MHz (programmable)
  • Max PHY rate: 1Gbps per line
  • Flexible downlink/uplink bit rate ratio
Highly Efficient Design
  • Single Port Digital Front End
  • Analog Front End with integrated line driver
  • All “on-chip” memory
Low Power Consumption
  • Average active end-to-end transceiver power of <2 watts
  • Low power modes supported across the whole reference design (DFE and AFE)
  • Multiple power save modes lowering actual consumption under real life conditions
  • Full discontinuous mode support for lower actual consumption under real-life conditions
  • Support for L2.0, L2.1 low power states
PHY-related
  • Robust with high immunity to disturbers
  • Fast Online Reconfiguration (OLR)
  • Fast train/retrain time
  • Flexible DTU size
Interfaces
  • SGMII
  • MDIO management master and slave with Clause 22 and Clause 45 support
  • Ethernet MAC and PHY mode support
Time and Synchronization
  • Time-of-Day (ToD) synchronization to external clock reference
  • Synchronization using low accuracy management protocol, IEEE 1588 or one PPS signal
  • 8KHz Network Time Reference (NTR) support between DP and CPE
Management and Configuration
  • Configuration interface for customized functionality
  • Upgradeable firmware
  • Full performance monitoring
Miscellaneous
  • Full development system and reference design for fast time-to-market
  • Fits into an SFP module