BOARDCOM BCM5482SA2KFBG

BCM5482S
Brief
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DUAL-PORT 10/100/1000BASE-T GIGABIT ETHERNET TRANSCEIVER
SUMMARY OF BENEFITS
FEATURES
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• Compact solution for high density uplink applications, enabling
Dual-port integrated 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T
Gigabit Ethernet transceiver
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RGMII, SGMII, and SerDes MAC interface options
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SGMII to SGMII support for SFP modules
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Fully compliant with IEEE 802.3™, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3ab
standard, and IEEE 802.3z
10/100/1000BASE-T and 1000BASE-X/100BASE-FX uplinks
1000BASE-X and 100BASE-FX support from same line side pins
enables direct interface to SFP modules
• Provides compatibility with IEEE standard devices operating at
10, 100, and 1000 Mbps at half-duplex and full-duplex.
• Clock timing can be adjusted to eliminate board trace delays
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0.13-micron CMOS—low power and cost
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Supports copper or fiber in RGMII mode
• Lowers system BOM cost and simplifies system design
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Low power
• 725 mW per port
• Advanced power management
• Eases system level debugging
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Trace-matched output impedance
• Cable diagnostic function characterizes cable plant condition
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Line-side and MAC-side loopback
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Low EMI emissions
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CableChecker™ diagnostics
• Cable plant analyzer function detects cable plant impairments
• [email protected]
• Automatic MDI/MDIX crossover at all speeds
required by the RGMII specification.
• Enables use of low-cost magnetics
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Robust cable-sourced electrostatic discharge (CESD) tolerance
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Support for jumbo packets up to 10 kB
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IEEE 1149.1 (JTAG) boundary scan
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121-pin BGA package
and immediately indicates cabling issues.
• Prevents erroneous equipment return due to bad cable plants
• Prevents manufacturing fallout due to bad cable plants
• Allows immediate uptime at reduced speeds (100BASE-TX or
10BASE-T)
• Over 3 kV of CESD tolerance prevents equipment damage and
return.
• Operates with larger packets for wider range of packet protocol
support and improved efficiency
• Ease of manufacturing with JTAG support, simplified power
supply, and multiple MAC interfaces
BCM5482S System Diagram
SFP Connector
SFP
Module
1000Base-X
or 100Base-FX
Optical
Module
Strata or
XGS Switch
RJ-45
Transformer
BCM5482S
OVERVIEW
BCM5482S
TXD {2:1} [3:0]
TX DAC
Symbol Encoder
TX_EN {2:1}
GTX_CLK {2:1}
Baseline
Wander
Correction
TRD2 [3:0] ±
TRD1 [3:0] ±
PGA
XTALK
Canceller
x3
Echo
Canceller
FFE
ADC
DFE &
Trellis Decoder
AutoNegotiation
XTALI
XTALO
Clock
Generator
RDAC
Bias
Generator
SGMII/SerDes
Symbol Decoder/
Aligner
Timing
Timing&&Phase
Phase
Recovery
Recovery
LED Drivers
SGIN_P1±
SGOUT_P1±
SGCLK_P1±
SGIN_P2±
SGOUT_P2±
SGCLK_P2±
S_SGIN_P1±
S_SGOUT_P1±
S_SGIN_P2±
S_SGOUT_P2±
RXC {2:1}
RX_DV {2:1}
RXD1[3:0]
RXD2[3:0]
LED_P1[1]/ANEN (LED1)
LED_P1[2]/INTR/FDX/SD (LED2)
LED_P1[3] (LED3)
LED_P1[4] (LED4)
LED_P2[1]/SPD0 (LED1)
LED_P2[2]/INTR/F1000/SD (LED2)
LED_P2[3] (LED3)
LED_P2[4] (LED4)
MDC_P1
MII Management
Control
MII Registers
REG_SUP {2:1}
REG_OUT {2:1}
Voltage
Regulator
MDIO_P1
MDC_P2
MDIO_P2
DRVSEL [1:0]
INTFSEL [1:0]
BCM5482S Block Diagram
A member of Broadcom’s third generation of Gigabit Ethernet PHYs, the
BCM5482S consists of two complete 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit
Ethernet transceivers integrated on a single monolithic CMOS chip. The
BCM5482S is optimized for low power and small footprint size to reduce
design complexity for high-density uplink applications. For high-density
uplink applications, the single package offers a compelling advantage over
two single devices for Gigabit uplinks.
The BCM5482S DSP-based architecture and advanced power management
techniques combine to achieve robust and low-power operation over
existing Category 5 twisted-pair wiring. The BCM5482S architecture not
only meets the requirements of IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, and IEEE
802.3ab, but also maintains the industry’s highest level of margin over IEEE
requirements for echo, near-end crosstalk (NEXT), and far-end crosstalk
(FEXT). With the industry's lowest power at 725 mW per port, the
BCM5482S assists in reducing the power distribution requirements of IP
phone systems. In addition, the BCM5482S has extremely low EMI
emissions, which reduces the design constraints required to meet EMI
radiation specifications.
The BCM5482S supports the RGMII, SGMII, and SerDes MAC interfaces.
The RGMII, SGMII, and serial SerDes interfaces are reduced-pin-count (12,
6, and 4, respectively, versus 25) versions of the GMII. The RGMII clock
timing can be adjusted to eliminate the board trace delays required by the
RGMII specification. These reduced-pin-count interfaces simplify design
and lower system cost by reducing the number of layers required for signal
routing. In addition, these interfaces allow fewer pins at the MAC/switch,
which reduces the MAC/switch cost by enabling smaller die sizes than
would be possible with full GMII.
In most switch designs, a few ports are targeted as uplink ports to connect to
servers, switches, or remote links. These connections can be 10/100/
1000BASE-T, 1000BASE-SX/LX, or 100BASE-FX. In order to
accommodate these various interfaces, one or more SFP slots can be
designed into the switch and the user can plug an SFP module into the slot
that meets their specific requirement.
The BCM5482S addresses the specific problem of supporting multispeed
SFP uplinks. 1000BASE-X SFP modules require a SerDes interface to the
SFP module. 10/100/1000BASE-T and 100BASE-FX require an SGMII
interface in order to rate adapt to the lower speeds (less than 1 gigabit). The
BCM5482S can switch between any of these interfaces, depending on the
SFP module installed.
Each BCM5482S port is fully independent and has individual interface,
control, and status registers, and incorporates a number of advanced
features. This includes identifying physical wiring defects that the
BCM5482S cannot automatically correct and channel conditions such as
excessive cable length and return loss, crosstalk, echo, and noise.
Broadcom’s cable analyzer software can be used with the device to provide
remote management of the cable and a first level of diagnostics and fault
isolation.
The BCM5482S also has ESD tolerance that is well above typical industry
standards. This prevents ESD damage not only during manufacturing, but
also during CESD events in the field. The CESD is an ESD event that occurs
when an electrically charged network cable is plugged into a network port.
This issue is becoming more prevalent with contemporary cable
installations. The BCM5482S can tolerate over 3 kV of CESD.
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