EPA1829B

10 Base-T Interface Module with
Enhanced Common Mode Attenuation
ELECTRONICS INC.
EPA1829B
• General Purpose 10 Base-T Filter Module •
• Available in SMD, DIP and DIL Packages •
• Complies with or exceeds IEEE 802.3, 10 Base-T Requirements •
Electrical Parameters @ 25° C
Cut-off
Frequency
(MHz)
Insertion
Loss
(dB Max.)
Return
Loss
(dB Min.)
± 1.0
MHz
1-10
MHz
5-10
MHz
Common Mode
Rejection
(dB Min.)
Attenuation
(dB Min.)
@ 20
MHz
@ 25
MHz
@ 30
MHz
@ 40
MHz
@ 50
MHz
@ 100
MHz
Crosstalk
(dB Min.)
@ 200
MHz
@ 1-10
MHz
Xmit
Rcv
Xmit
Rcv
Xmit
Rcv
Xmit
Rcv
Xmit
Rcv
Xmit
Rcv
Xmit
Rcv
Xmit
Rcv
Xmit
Rcv
Xmit
Rcv
Xmit
Rcv
17
17
-1
-1
-15
-15
-7
-6
-19
-14
-30
-20
-35
-31
-30
-30
-30
-30
---
---
-30
-30
• Isolation : meets or exceeds 802.3 IEEE Requirements • Characteristic Filter Impedance : 100 Ω •
• Referenced to the Output Level Fundamental Frequency @ 5 MHz • CMC is common to both channels •
Schematic
Transmit Channel
Receive Channel
16
1
LPF
2
11
6
LPF
15
3
14
1:1
8
Dimensions
Dim.
Min.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
.980
.380
.330
.700
.020
.100
.290
.016
.010
.105
.290
A
PCA
EPA1829B
Date Code
B
E
C
K
F
(Inches)
Max. Nom.
1.00
.400
.350
Typ.
.030
Typ.
.305
.022
Typ.
.125
.310
(Millimeters)
Min.
Max. Nom.
24.89
9.65
8.38
17.78
.508
2.54
7.37
.406
.254
2.67
7.37
25.4
10.16
8.89
Typ.
.762
Typ.
7.75
.559
Typ.
3.17
7.87
I
J
H
9
1:1
Package
Pin 1
I.D.
10
7
G
D
PCA ELECTRONICS, INC.
16799 SCHOENBORN ST.
NORTH HILLS, CA 91343
CSA1829Ba Rev. C1
5/2/97
Product performance is limited to specified parameters. Data is subject to change without prior notice.
TEL: (818) 892-0761
FAX: (818) 894-5791
http://www.pca.com
10 Base-T Interface Module with
Enhanced Common Mode Attenuation
ELECTRONICS INC.
EPA1829B
The circuit below is a guideline for interconnecting PCA’s EPA1829B with a typical 10 Base-T PHY chip over UTP cable.
Further details of system design, such as chip pin-out, etc. can be obtained from the specific chip manufacturer.
Typical insertion loss of the isolation transformer/filter is 0.7dB. This parameter covers the entire spectrum of the encoded
signals in 10 Base-T protocols. However, the predistortion resistor network introduces some loss which has to be taken
into account in determining how well your design meets the Standard Template requirements. Additionally, the following
need to be considered while selecting resistor values :
a. The filter needs 100Ω termination, thus the Thevenin’s equivalent resistance seen by the filter looking into the transmit
outputs from the chip must be equal to a value close to 100Ω. The typical driver output impedance is 5Ω. Thus
choose R1 and R2 values that are lowered by 5Ω on each leg. Following these guidelines will guarantee that the
return loss specifications are satisfied at all extremes of cable impedance (i.e. 85Ω to 115Ω) while the module is
installed in your system.
b. That the template requirements are satisfied under the worst case Vcc (i.e. 4.5V), will impose a further constraint on
resistor selection, in that they ought to be the minimum derived from the calculations. Add R3 for more flexibility in
setting voltage levels at the outputs.
Note that some systems have auto polarity detection and some do not. If not, be certain to follow the proper polarity.
It is recommended that system designers ground the chip side center taps via a low voltage capacitor. Taking the cable
side center taps to chassis via capacitors, is not recommended, as this will add cost without containing EMI. This may
worsen EMI, specifically if the primary “common mode termination” is pulled to ground as shown.
The pulldown resistors used around the RJ45 connector have been known to suppress unwanted radiation that unused
wires pick up from the immediate environment. Their placement and use are to be considered carefully before a design is
finalized.
It is recommended that there be a neat separation of ground planes in the layout. It is generally accepted practice to limit
the plane off at least 0.08 inches away from the chip side pins of EPA1829B. There need not be any ground plane beyond
this point.
For best results, PCB designer should design the outgoing traces preferably to be 50Ω, balanced and well coupled to
achieve minimum radiation from these traces.
Typical Application Circuit for UTP with external Resistor Network
TX+
R1
R2
TXd+
R3
1
TX-
10 Base-T
TXdPHY
R1
2
3
R2
EPA1829B
6
7
16
3
14
6
11
1
9
2
TX+
TX-
RJ45*
RX+
RX4
5
8
7
8
100Ω
RX+
RXChassis
Ground
Notes : * Pin-outs shown are for multiport, DCE configurations : e.g. Hubs, Repeaters
For NIC’s, swap pins 3-6 with pins 1-2.
PCA ELECTRONICS, INC.
16799 SCHOENBORN ST.
NORTH HILLS, CA 91343
CSA1829Bb Rev. C1
5/2/97
TEL: (818) 892-0761
FAX: (818) 894-5791
http://www.pca.com
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