Physical layers specifications and management parameters for 10 Mb/s operation and associated power delivery over a single balanced pair of conductors
Spécifications des couches physiques et paramètres de gestion pour fonctionnement à 10 Mb/s et fourniture de puissance associée sur une paire symétrique unique de conducteurs
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IEEE Std 802.3cg™-2019
(Amendment to IEEE Std 802.3™-2018
as amended by IEEE Std 802.3cb™-2018,
IEEE Std 802.3bt™-2018, IEEE Std 802.3cd™-2018,
and IEEE Std 802.3cn™-2019)
IEEE Standard for Ethernet
Physical Layer Specifications and
Management Parameters for
10 Mb/s Operation and
Associated Power Delivery over a
Single Balanced Pair of Conductors
Developed by the
LAN/MAN Standards Committee
IEEE Computer Society
Approved 7 November 2019
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Abstract: This amendment to IEEE Std 802.3-2018 specifies additions and appropriate
modifications to add 10 Mb/s Physical Layer (PHY) specifications and management parameters
for operation, and associated optional provision of power, over a single balanced pair ofconductors.
Keywords: 10BASE-T1L, 10BASE-T1S, amendment, copper, Ethernet, IEEE 802.3™,
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The following individuals were officers and members of the IEEE 802.3 Working Group at the beginning ofthe IEEE P802.3cg Working Group ballot.
David J. Law, IEEE 802.3 Working Group Chair
Adam Healey, IEEE 802.3 Working Group Vice-Chair
Pete Anslow, IEEE 802.3 Working Group Secretary
Steven B. Carlson, IEEE 802.3 Working Group Executive Secretary
Valerie Maguire, IEEE 802.3 Working Group Treasurer
George Zimmerman, IEEE P802.3cg 10 Mb/s Single-Pair Ethernet Task Force Chair
Valerie Maguire, IEEE P802.3cg 10 Mb/s Single-Pair Ethernet Task Force Editor-in-ChiefGerrit den Besten
John Abbott Gergely Huszak
David Abramson Claudio DeSanti
Andrea Agnes Eric DiBiaso
Dale Amason Chris Diminico Alessandro Ingrassia
Richard Baca Hormoz Djahanshahi Kazuhiko Ishibe
Amrik Bains Curtis Donahue
Thananya Baldwin Liang Du
Denis Beaudoin Mike Dudek
Francois Beauregard Frank Effenberger Andrew Jimenez
Piergiorgio Beruto John Johnson
Vipul Bhatt John Ewen
Gao Bo Ramin Farjad
Brad Booth Borhan Fathi Moghadam
Martin Bouda Shahar Feldman Manabu Kagami
David Brandt Vincent Ferretti
Ralf-Peter Braun Alan Flatman
Theodore Brillhart Brian Franchuk
Paul Brooks Matthias Fritsche
Alan Brown Richard Frosch
Matthew Brown Mike Gardner
Phillip Brownlee Claude Gauthier
Michal Brychta Ali Ghiasi
Gary Burrell Zhigang Gong
Jairo Bustos Heredia Steven Gorshe
Adrian Butter Jens Gottron
John Calvin Steffen Graber
Clark Carty Olaf Grau
Craig Chabot Robert Grow
Mandeep Chadha Yong Guo
Greg Le Cheminant
David Chalupsky Mark Gustlin
Han Hyub Lee
June Hee Lee
Xin Chang Akinori Hayakawa
Chan Chen Hayden Haynes
Weiying Cheng Howard Heck
Keng Hua Chuang David Hess
Keith Conroy Yasuo Hidaka
John D'Ambrosia Brian Holden
Yair Darshan Rita Horner
Bernd Horrmeyer Hai-Feng Liu
Fred Dawson Xi Huang Karen Liu
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Zhenyu Liu Dino Pozzebon Stephen Trowbridge
Miklos Lukacs Rick Rabinovich
Ta Chin Tseng
Jeffery Maki Duane Remein
David Malicoat Victor Renteria
Sterling A. Vaden
Arthur Marris Michael Ressl
Kirsten Matheus Alexander Rysin
Erdem Matoglu Toshiaki Sakai
Marco Mazzini Sam Sambasivan
Mick McCarthy Edward Sayre
Brett McClellan James Schuessler
Larry McMillan Steve Sekel Haifei Wang
Greg McSorley Masood Shariff
Marcel Medina Ramin Shirani
Phil Miguelez Kapil Shrikhande
Martin Miller Jeff Slavick
Toshiyuki Moritake Daniel Smith
Harald Mueller Scott Sommers
Thomas Mueller Bryan Sparrowhawk
Edward Nakamoto Edward Sprague
Paul Neveux Peter Stassar
Gary Nicholl Heath Stewart
Kevin Noll Junqing Sun Dayin Xu
Ronald Nordin Liyang Sun
Mark Nowell Steve Swanson
David Ofelt Andre Szczepanek
Josef Ohni Bharat Tailor
Tom Palkert Tomoo Takahara
Sujan Pandey Kohichi Tamura
Earl Parsons Mehmet Tazebay
Richard (Yujia) Zhou
Gerald Pepper Geoffrey Thompson
Phong Pham Pirooz Tooyserkani
David Piehler Nathan Tracy
William Powell Harald Zweck
The following members of the individual balloting committee voted on this amendment. Individuals mayhave not voted, voted for approval, disapproval or abstained on this standard.
Robert Aiello Theodore Brillhart Scott Griffiths
Thomas Alexander Michal Brychta Randall Groves
Richard Alfvin Demetrio Bucaneg Robert Grow
Dale Amason Jairo Bustos Heredia Marek Hajduczenia
Hongming An William Byrd Adam Healey
Pete Anslow Steven B. Carlson Marco Hernandez
Butch Anton Clark Carty Werner Hoelzl
Tim Baggett John Deandrea David Hoglund
Michael Bahr Gergely Huszak
Amrik Bains Yasuhiro Hyakutake
Gordon Bechtel Avraham Freedman Atsushi Ito
Piergiorgio Beruto Matthias Fritsche Raj Jain
Burrell Best Claude Gauthier Sang Kwon Jeong
Rich Boyer Devon Gayle Chad Jones
David Brandt Joel Goergen Peter Jones
Zhigang Gong Lokesh Kabra
Nancy Bravin Manabu Kagami
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Piotr Karocki Nick S. A. Nikjoo Junqing Sun
Stuart Kerry Paul Nikolich Geoffrey Thompson
Yongbum Kim Mark Nowell Michael Thompson
Wojciech Koczwara Satoshi Obara Nathan Tracy
Taiji Kondo Tom Palkert David Tremblay
Robert Landman Mark-Rene Uchida
Mark Laubach Bansi Patel Dmitri Varsanofiev
David J. Law David Piehler George Vlantis
Hyeong Ho Lee Rick Pimpinella Robert Voss
David Lewis Christopher Pohl Lisa Ward
Jon Lewis William Quackenbush Keith Waters
R. K. Rannow Karl Weber
Valerie Maguire Matthias Wendt
Jeffery Maki Thomas Rettig Scott Willy
Nicolai Malykh Maximilian Riegel Ludwig Winkel
Arthur Marris Gary Robinson James Withey
Michael Maytum Robert Robinson Peter Wu
Toshiaki Sakai Dayin Xu
Brett McClellan Lennart Yseboodt
Larry McMillan Oren Yuen
Richard Mellitz Zhen Zhou
Martin Miller Thomas Starai Dirk Ziegelmeier
Heath Stewart Martin Zielinski
Walter Struppler George Zimmerman
Paul Neveux Pavel Zivny
When the IEEE SA Standards Board approved this amendment on 7 November 2019, it had the followingmembership:
Gary Hoffman, Chair
Ted Burse, Vice Chair
Jean-Philippe Faure, Past Chair
Konstantinos Karachalios, Secretary
Masayuki Ariyoshi David J. Law Annette Reilly
Stephen D. Dukes Joseph Levy Dorothy Stanley
J. Travis Griffith Howard Li Sha Wei
Guido Hiertz Xiaohui Liu Phil Wennblom
Christel Hunter Kevin Lu Philip Winston
Joseph L. Koepfinger* Daleep Mohla Howard Wolfman
Thomas Koshy Andrew Myles Feng Wu
John D. Kulick Jingyi Zhou
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This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 802.3cg-2019, IEEE Standard for Ethernet—Amendment 5: Physical Layer
Specifications and Management Parameters for 10 Mb/s Operation and Associated Power Delivery over a SingleBalanced Pair of Conductors.
IEEE Std 802.3™ was first published in 1985. Since the initial publication, many projects have added
functionality or provided maintenance updates to the specifications and text included in the standard. Each
IEEE 802.3 project/amendment is identified with a suffix (e.g., IEEE Std 802.3ba™-2010).
The half duplex Media Access Control (MAC) protocol specified in IEEE Std 802.3-1985 is Carrier Sense
Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD). This MAC protocol was key to the experimental
Ethernet developed at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, which had a 2.94 Mb/s data rate. Ethernet at
10 Mb/s was jointly released as a public specification by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), Intel and
Xerox in 1980. Ethernet at 10 Mb/s was approved as an IEEE standard by the IEEE Standards Board in 1983
and subsequently published in 1985 as IEEE Std 802.3-1985. Since 1985, new media options, new speeds of
operation, and new capabilities have been added to IEEE Std 802.3. A full duplex MAC protocol was addedin 1997.
Some of the major additions to IEEE Std 802.3 are identified in the marketplace with their project number.
This is most common for projects adding higher speeds of operation or new protocols. For example, IEEE
Std 802.3u™ added 100 Mb/s operation (also called Fast Ethernet), IEEE Std 802.3z added 1000 Mb/s
operation (also called Gigabit Ethernet), IEEE Std 802.3ae added 10 Gb/s operation (also called 10 Gigabit
Ethernet), IEEE Std 802.3ah™ specified access network Ethernet (also called Ethernet in the First Mile) and
IEEE Std 802.3ba added 40 Gb/s operation (also called 40 Gigabit Ethernet) and 100 Gb/s operation (also
called 100 Gigabit Ethernet). These major additions are all now included in and are superseded by IEEE Std802.3-2018 and are not maintained as separate documents.
At the date of publication for IEEE Std 802.3cg-2019, IEEE Std 802.3 was composed of the followingdocuments:
IEEE Std 802.3-2018
Section One—Includes Clause 1 through Clause 20 and Annex A through Annex H and Annex 4A.
Section One includes the specifications for 10 Mb/s operation and the MAC, frame formats and serviceinterfaces used for all speeds of operation.
Section Two—Includes Clause 21 through Clause 33 and Annex 22A through Annex 33E. Section
Two includes management attributes for multiple protocols and speed of operation as well as
specifications for providing power over twisted pair cabling for multiple operational speeds. It also
includes general information on 100 Mb/s operation as well as most of the 100 Mb/s Physical Layerspecifications.
Section Three—Includes Clause 34 through Clause 43 and Annex 36A through Annex 43C. Section
Three includes general information on 1000 Mb/s operation as well as most of the 1000 Mb/s PhysicalLayer specifications.
Section Four—Includes Clause 44 through Clause 55 and Annex 44A through Annex 55B. Section
Four includes general information on 10 Gb/s operation as well as most of the 10 Gb/s Physical Layerspecifications.
Section Five—Includes Clause 56 through Clause 77 and Annex 57A through Annex 76A. Clause 56
through Clause 67 and Clause 75 through Clause 77, as well as associated annexes, specify subscriberCopyright © 2020 IEEE. All rights reserved.
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access and other Physical Layers and sublayers for operation from 512 kb/s to 10 Gb/s, and defines
services and protocol elements that enable the exchange of IEEE Std 802.3 format frames between
stations in a subscriber access network. Clause 68 specifies a 10 Gb/s Physical Layer specification.
Clause 69 through Clause 74 and associated annexes specify Ethernet operation over electricalbackpl