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Označenie: STN EN 302 878-2 V1.1.1
Slovenský názov: Prístup, koncové zariadenia, prenos a multiplexovanie (ATTM). Prenosové systémy tretej generácie pre interaktívne služby káblovej televízie – káblové modemy IP. Časť 2: Fyzická vrstva – DOCSIS 3.0
Anglický názov: Access, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM); Third Generation Transmission Systems for Interactive Cable Television Services - IP Cable Modems; Part 2: Physical Layer; DOCSIS 3.0
Pôvodné označenie:
Dátum vydania: 1. 5. 2012
Dátum zrušenia:
Jazyk: EN
ICS: 33.060.40
Triediaci znak: 87 2878
Úroveň zapracovania: idt EN 302 878-2 V1.1.1:2011
Vestník: 04/12
Poplatok: Tlačená verzia: 36,30 € 


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Obsah normy STN EN 302 878-2 V1.1.1
Intellectual Property Rights
Foreword
1 Scope
1.1 Introduction and Purpose
1.2 Requirements
1.3 Conventions
2 References
2.1 Normative references
2.2 Informative references
3 Definitions and abbreviations
3.1 Definitions
3.2 Abbreviations
4 Void
5 Functional Assumptions
5.1 Equipment Assumptions
5.1.1 Frequency Plan
5.1.2 Compatibility with Other Services
5.1.3 Fault Isolation Impact on Other Users
5.1.4 Cable System Terminal Devices
5.2 RF Channel Assumptions
5.2.1 Transmission Downstream
5.2.2 Transmission Upstream
5.2.2.1 Availability
5.3 Transmission Levels
5.4 Frequency Inversion
6 Physical Media Dependent Sublayer Specification
6.1 Scope
6.2 Upstream
6.2.1 Overview
6.2.2 Signal Processing Requirements
6.2.3 Modulation Formats
6.2.4 R-S Encode
6.2.4.1 R-S Encode Modes
6.2.4.2 R-S Bit-to-Symbol Ordering
6.2.5 Upstream R-S Frame Structure for DOCSIS 3.0 Multiple Transmit Channel mode Enabled
6.2.5.1 R-S Codeword Length
6.2.5.1.1 Burst Size
6.2.5.1.2 Fixed Codeword Length
6.2.5.1.3 Shortened Last Codeword
6.2.5.2 R-S FEC Disabled
6.2.6 Upstream R-S Frame Structure for DOCSIS 3.0 Multiple Transmit Channel mode Not Enabled
6.2.7 TDMA Byte Interleaver
6.2.7.1 Byte Interleaver Parameters
6.2.7.2 Interleaver Operating Modes
6.2.7.2.1 Fixed Mode
6.2.7.2.2 Dynamic Mode
6.2.8 Scrambler (Randomizer)
6.2.9 TCM Encoder
6.2.9.1 Byte to TCM Symbol Mapping
6.2.10 Preamble Prepend
6.2.11 Modulation Rates
6.2.11.1 DOCSIS 3.0 Modulation Rates
6.2.11.2 Backward Compatibility Modulation Rates
6.2.12 S-CDMA Framer and Interleaver
6.2.12.1 S-CDMA Framing Considerations
6.2.12.2 Mini-slot Numbering
6.2.12.2.1 Mini-slot Numbering Parameters in UCD
6.2.12.2.2 Mini-slot Numbering Examples
6.2.12.3 Transmission Time
6.2.12.4 Latency Considerations
6.2.12.5 Spreader-off Bursts for Maintenance on S-CDMA channel
6.2.12.6 Limiting the Number of Codes Assigned to a CM
6.2.13 S-CDMA Framer
6.2.13.1 Subframe Definition
6.2.13.2 Framer Operation
6.2.13.2.1 Rules for Preamble and Coded TCM Symbols
6.2.13.2.2 Rules for Uncoded Symbols and the Uncoded TCM Subsymbols
6.2.13.2.3 Subframe Example
6.2.13.2.4 Frame Transmission
6.2.14 Symbol Mapping
6.2.15 S-CDMA Spreader
6.2.15.1 Code Hopping
6.2.15.1.1 Code Hopping Mode 1
6.2.15.1.2 Code Hopping Mode 2
6.2.15.1.3 Code hopping generator
6.2.16 Transmit Pre-Equalizer
6.2.17 Spectral Shaping
6.2.17.1 Upstream Frequency Agility and Range
6.2.17.2 Spectrum Format
6.2.18 Relative Processing Delays
6.2.19 Transmit Power Requirements
6.2.19.1 TDMA Transmit Power Calculations
6.2.19.2 S-CDMA Transmit Power Calculations
6.2.19.2.1 S-CDMA Transmit Power Calculations when Maximum Scheduled Codes Is Not Enabled
6.2.19.2.2 S-CDMA Transmit Power Calculations When Maximum Scheduled Codes is Enabled
6.2.19.3 Transmit Power Step Size
6.2.19.4 Transmit Power Requirements for Multiple Transmit Channel mode Not Enabled
6.2.20 Burst Profiles
6.2.20.1 Ranging Offset
6.2.20.2 TDMA Reconfiguration Times
6.2.20.3 S-CDMA Reconfiguration Time
6.2.20.4 CM Timing Offsets When Changing Modulation Rate
6.2.21 Burst Timing Convention
6.2.22 Fidelity Requirements
6.2.22.1 Spurious Emissions
6.2.22.1.1 Adjacent Channel Spurious Emissions
6.2.22.1.2 Spurious Emissions in the Upstream Frequency Range
6.2.22.2 Spurious Emissions During Burst On/Off Transients
6.2.22.3 Modulation Error Ratio (MER)
6.2.22.3.1 Definitions
6.2.22.3.2 Requirements
6.2.22.4 Filter Distortion
6.2.22.4.1 Amplitude
6.2.22.5 Carrier Phase Noise
6.2.22.6 Channel Frequency Accuracy
6.2.22.7 Modulation Rate Accuracy
6.2.22.8 Modulation Timing Jitter
6.2.22.8.1 Symbol Timing Jitter for TDMA Upstream Channels in Asynchronous Operation
6.2.22.8.2 Modulation Timing Jitter for Synchronous Operation
6.2.23 Upstream Demodulator Input Power Characteristics
6.2.24 Upstream Electrical Output from the CM
6.2.25 Upstream CM Transmitter Capabilities
6.2.25.1 Description of CM Upstream Transmit Channel Set Capability
6.3 Downstream
6.3.1 Downstream Protocol and Interleaving Support
6.3.2 Downstream Electrical Input to CM
6.3.3 CM BER Performance
6.3.3.1 64-QAM
6.3.3.1.1 64-QAM CM BER Performance
6.3.3.1.2 Image Rejection Performance
6.3.3.1.3 64-QAM Adjacent Channel Performance
6.3.3.2 256-QAM
6.3.3.2.1 256-QAM CM BER Performance
6.3.3.2.2 256-QAM Image Rejection Performance
6.3.3.2.3 256-QAM Adjacent Channel Performance
6.3.4 Downstream Multiple Receiver Capabilities
6.3.4.1 Receive Module Parameters
6.3.4.2 Receive Channel Parameters
6.3.4.3 Standard Receive Channel Profile
6.3.4.4 Example Manufacturer Receive Channel Profile
6.3.4.5 Reconfiguration of CM Receive Channels
6.3.5 Non-Synchronous DS Channel Support
Annex A (normative): Timing Requirements for Supporting Business Services over DOCSIS
A.1 CMTS
A.2 CM
Annex B (normative): Additions and Modifications for European Specification
B.1 Scope
B.1.1 Introduction and Purpose
B.1.2 Background
B.1.2.1 Broadband Access Network
B.1.2.2 Network and System Architecture
B.1.2.2.1 The DOCSIS Network
B.1.2.3 Service Goals
B.1.2.4 Statement of Compatibility
B.1.2.5 Reference Architecture
B.1.2.6 Void
B.1.3 Requirements
B.1.4 Conventions
B.1.5 Void
B.2 References
B.2.1 Normative References
B.2.2 Informative References
B.2.3 Reference Acquisition
B.3 Terms and Definitions
B.4 Abbreviations and Acronyms
B.5 Functional Assumptions
B.5.1 Equipment Assumptions
B.5.1.1 Frequency Plan
B.5.1.2 Compatibility with Other Services
B.5.1.3 Fault Isolation Impact on Other Users
B.5.1.4 Cable System Terminal Devices
B.5.2 RF Channel Assumptions
B.5.2.1 Transmission Downstream
B.5.2.2 Transmission Upstream
B.5.2.2.1 Availability
B.5.3 Transmission Levels
B.5.4 Frequency Inversion
B.6 Physical Media Dependent Sublayer Specification
B.6.1 Scope
B.6.2 Upstream
B.6.2.1 Overview
B.6.2.2 Signal Processing Requirements
B.6.2.3 Modulation Formats
B.6.2.4 R-S Encode
B.6.2.4.1 R-S Encode Modes
B.6.2.4.2 R-S Bit-to-Symbol Ordering
B.6.2.5 Upstream R-S Frame Structure for DOCSIS 3.0 Multiple Transmit Channel mode Enabled
B.6.2.5.1 R-S Codeword Length
B.6.2.5.1.1 Burst Size
B.6.2.5.1.2 Fixed Codeword Length
B.6.2.5.1.3 Shortened Last Codeword
B.6.2.5.2 R-S FEC Disabled
B.6.2.6 Upstream R-S Frame Structure for DOCSIS 3.0 Multiple Transmit Channel mode Not Enabled
B.6.2.7 TDMA Byte Interleaver
B.6.2.7.1 Byte Interleaver Parameters
B.6.2.7.2 Interleaver Operating Modes
B.6.2.7.2.1 Fixed Mode
B.6.2.7.2.2 Dynamic Mode
B.6.2.8 Scrambler (Randomizer)
B.6.2.9 TCM Encoder
B.6.2.9.1 Byte to TCM Symbol Mapping
B.6.2.10 Preamble Prepend
B.6.2.11 Modulation Rates
B.6.2.11.1 DOCSIS 3.0 Modulation Rates
B.6.2.11.2 Backward Compatibility Modulation Rates
B.6.2.12 S-CDMA Framer and Interleaver
B.6.2.12.1 S-CDMA Framing Considerations
B.6.2.12.2 Mini-slot Numbering
B.6.2.12.2.1 Mini-slot Numbering Parameters in UCD
B.6.2.12.2.2 Mini-slot Numbering Examples
B.6.2.12.3 Transmission Time
B.6.2.12.4 Latency Considerations
B.6.2.12.5 Spreader-off Bursts for Maintenance on S-CDMA channel
B.6.2.12.6 Limiting the Number of Codes Assigned to a CM
B.6.2.13 S-CDMA Framer
B.6.2.13.1 Subframe Definition
B.6.2.13.2 Framer Operation
B.6.2.13.2.1 Rules for Preamble and Coded TCM Symbols
B.6.2.13.2.2 Rules for Uncoded Symbols and the Uncoded TCM Subsymbols
B.6.2.13.2.3 Subframe Example
B.6.2.13.2.4 Frame Transmission
B.6.2.14 Symbol Mapping
B.6.2.15 S-CDMA Spreader
B.6.2.15.1 Code Hopping
B.6.2.15.1.1 Code Hopping Mode 1
B.6.2.15.1.2 Code Hopping Mode 2
B.6.2.15.1.3 Code Hopping Generator
B.6.2.16 Transmit Pre-Equalizer
B.6.2.17 Spectral Shaping
B.6.2.17.1 Upstream Frequency Agility and Range
B.6.2.17.2 Spectrum Format
B.6.2.18 Relative Processing Delays
B.6.2.19 Transmit Power Requirements
B.6.2.19.1 TDMA Transmit Power Calculations
B.6.2.19.2 S-CDMA Transmit Power Calculations
B.6.2.19.2.1 S-CDMA Transmit power Calculations with Maximum Scheduled Codes Not Enabled
B.6.2.19.2.2 S-CDMA Transmit Power Calculations With Maximum Scheduled Codes Enabled
B.6.2.19.3 Transmit Power Step Size
B.6.2.19.4 Transmit Power Requirements for Multiple Transmit Channel mode Not Enabled
B.6.2.20 Burst Profiles
B.6.2.20.1 Ranging Offset
B.6.2.20.2 TDMA Reconfiguration Times
B.6.2.20.3 S-CDMA Reconfiguration Times
B.6.2.20.4 CM Timing Offsets When Changing Modulation Rate
B.6.2.21 Burst Timing Convention
B.6.2.22 Fidelity Requirements
B.6.2.22.1 Spurious Emissions
B.6.2.22.1.1 Adjacent Channel Spurious Emissions
B.6.2.22.1.2 Spurious Emissions in the Upstream Frequency Range
B.6.2.22.2 Spurious Emissions During Burst On/Off Transients
B.6.2.22.3 Modulation Error Ratio (MER)
B.6.2.22.3.1 Definitions
B.6.2.22.3.2 Requirements
B.6.2.22.4 Filter Distortion
B.6.2.22.4.1 Amplitude
B.6.2.22.5 Carrier Phase Noise
B.6.2.22.6 Channel Frequency Accuracy
B.6.2.22.7 Modulation Rate Accuracy
B.6.2.22.8 Modulation Timing Jitter
B.6.2.22.8.1 Symbol Timing Jitter for TDMA Upstream Channels in Asynchronous Operation
B.6.2.22.8.2 Modulation Timing Jitter for Synchronous Operation
B.6.2.23 Upstream Demodulator Input Power Characteristics
B.6.2.24 Upstream Electrical Output from the CM
B.6.2.25 Upstream CM Transmitter Capabilities
B.6.2.25.1 Description of CM Upstream Transmit Channel Set Capabilities
B.6.3 Downstream
B.6.3.1 Downstream Protocol and Interleaving Support
B.6.3.2 Downstream Electrical Input to CM
B.6.3.3 CM BER Performance
B.6.3.3.1 64-QAM
B.6.3.3.1.1 64-QAM CM BER Performance
B.6.3.3.1.2 64-QAM Image Rejection Performance
B.6.3.3.1.3 64-QAM Adjacent Channel Performance
B.6.3.3.2 256-QAM
B.6.3.3.2.1 256-QAM CM BER Performance
B.6.3.3.2.2 256-QAM Image Rejection Performance
B.6.3.3.2.3 256-QAM Adjacent Channel Performance
B.6.3.4 Downstream Multiple Receiver Capabilities
B.6.3.4.1 Receive Module Parameters
B.6.3.4.2 Receive Channel Parameters
B.6.3.4.3 Standard Receive Channel Profile
B.6.3.4.4 Example Manufacturer Receive Channel Profile
B.6.3.4.5 Reconfiguration of CM Receive Channels
B.6.3.5 Non-Synchronous DS Channel Support
Annex C (normative): MPEG Header Synchronization and Recovery
C.1 MPEG Header Synchronization and Recovery in the North American Technology Option
C.2 MPEG Header Synchronization and Recovery in the European Technology Option
Annex D (informative): Example Preamble Sequence Introduction
D.1 Example Preamble Sequence
Annex E (informative): S-CDMA Framing
E.1 Coded Subsymbol Numbering
E.2 Uncoded Subsymbol Numbering
E.3 Framer Output Numbering
E.4 Comments
Annex F (informative): Ambient Temperature and Wind Loading Effects
F.1 Synchronization Tolerances to Plant Delay Variations
F.2 Change in Propagation Delay Due to Temperature Changes
F.2.1 Fibre Delay Changes Due to Temperature
F.2.2 Coaxial Cable Delay Changes Due to Temperature
F.2.3 Delay Change Due to Wind
Annex G (informative): Description of Upstream Transmit Channel Set Capability: Example Calculations for Reporting and Figuring the Number of Active
Channels Supported
Annex H (informative): Description of Upstream Channel Power Control with Multiple Upstream Channels
H.1 DOCSIS 2.0 Parameters Extended to Multiple Transmit Channel mode
H.2 New Parameters in DOCSIS 3.0 Upstream Power Control (loading, Pload_n, Pload_min_set, Dynamic Range Window, Plow_multi_n)
H.3 Example Upstream Power Control with Multiple Transmit Channel mode Enabled
H.4 Examples Regarding Concurrent and Consecutive Changes in Pr_n and Pload_min_set
Annex I (informative): Example Spurious Emissions Noise Power Limits with Multiple Channels Bursting
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