PM5381-BI

Manufacturer Part NumberPM5381-BI
DescriptionATM UNI, Single Channel ATM PHY Interface for 2488.32Mbps
ManufacturerPMC-Sierra, Inc.
PM5381-BI datasheet
 


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S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet
Released
PM5381
S/UNI-2488
SATURN USER NETWORK INTERFACE
FOR 2488 M/BITS
Datasheet
Proprietary and Confidential
Released
Issue 4: June 2002
Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use
Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4

PM5381-BI Summary of contents

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    ... SATURN USER NETWORK INTERFACE FOR 2488 M/BITS Proprietary and Confidential Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet PM5381 S/UNI-2488 Datasheet Released Issue 4: June 2002 Released ...

  • Page 2

    ... PMC-Sierra, Inc the sufficiency, fitness or suitability for a particular purpose of any such information or the fitness, or suitability for a particular purpose, merchantability, performance, compatibility with other parts or systems, of any of the products of PMC-Sierra, Inc., or any portion thereof, referred to in this document. PMC-Sierra, Inc. expressly disclaims all ...

  • Page 3

    ... Canada V5A 4V7 Tel: +1(604) 415-6000 Fax: +1(604) 415-6200 Document Information: document@pmc-sierra.com Corporate Information: info@pmc-sierra.com Technical Support: apps@pmc-sierra.com Web Site: http://www.pmc-sierra.com Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 3 ...

  • Page 4

    ... Change “erred” and “errored” to “erroneous” throughout the document. TTOH and RTOH overhead pin descriptions modified to state all TOH bytes including undefined ones are included. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

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    ... Reduced the Tx ECL/PECL output levels to match the new 2.5G transmitter. Added statement to recommend setting CSU_MODE[2] register bit in register 0x0021 to logic 1 for optimal non-loop-timed intrinsic jitter performance. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 5 ...

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    ... Added statement in Section 13.2 that states that consequential action of asserting RDI-P is not supported. Updated B3E signal description to state that it is only valid for OC48c Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

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    ... Also revised DC Characteristics section - AVDH, VDDO, QAVD typical values read +/-5% and Vvddo, Vqavd values read 3.14 V min/3.47 V max 1 March Document Created. 2000 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 7 ...

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    ... Transmit Section/Line/Path Overhead Insertion Signals (7) ............................ 56 9.5 System Side UTOPIA and POS-PHY Signals (84)........................................... 58 9.6 APS Serial Data Interface (20) ......................................................................... 65 9.7 Microprocessor Interface Signals (37).............................................................. 67 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 8 ...

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    ... POS FCS Check..................................................................................... 93 10.7.10 ........................................................................POS Performance Monitor ................................................................................................................ 94 10.8 Receive Scalable Data Queue (RXSDQ) ......................................................... 94 10.8.1 Receive ATM FIFO ................................................................................. 94 10.8.2 Receive POS FIFO................................................................................. 94 10.9 Receive Phy Interface (RXPHY)....................................................................... 95 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 9 ...

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    ... APS Serial Data Interface............................................................................... 107 10.21.1 ......................... Output APS Serial Data Interface (T8TE, APISO, TXLV) .............................................................................................................. 108 10.21.2 .............................. Input APS Serial Data Interface (RXLV, DRU, R8TD) .............................................................................................................. 108 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 10 ...

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    ... ATM Cell Data Structure ................................................................................. 523 13.5 POS/HDLC Data Structure ............................................................................. 523 13.5.1 Limitation When Using Externally Generated FCS In STS-48c Mode . 524 13.5.2 Limitations From Small Packets ........................................................... 524 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released ...

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    ... STS-48c Operation .............................................................................................................. 538 13.17.3 ........................................................................... Sub-STS-48c Operation .............................................................................................................. 539 13.18 Interrupt Service Routine ................................................................................ 540 13.19 Accessing Indirect Registers .......................................................................... 540 13.20 Using the Performance Monitoring Features.................................................. 541 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 12 ...

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    ... Power Supply Filtering.................................................................................... 564 17 D.C. Characteristics ................................................................................................ 570 18 A.C. Timing Characteristics ..................................................................................... 572 18.1 Microprocessor Interface Timing Characteristics ........................................... 572 18.2 Reset Pulse Width Timing Characteristics...................................................... 575 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 13 ...

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    ... APS Port Interface Timing Characteristics ..................................................... 580 18.7 OC-48 Interface Timing Characteristics.......................................................... 581 18.8 JTAG Port Interface Timing Characteristics.................................................... 581 19 Ordering Information ............................................................................................... 583 20 Thermal Information ................................................................................................ 584 Mechanical Information ................................................................................................... 586 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 14 ...

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    ... Configuration Register 0060H: RRMP Aux3 Configuration Register 0070H: RRMP Aux4 Configuration............................................................... 176 Register 0041H: RRMP Status ....................................................................................... 179 Register 0042H: RRMP Interrupt Enable........................................................................ 181 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released ...

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    ... Register 0100H: SBER Configuration............................................................................. 216 Register 0101H: SBER Status ........................................................................................ 218 Register 0102H: SBER Interrupt Enable......................................................................... 219 Register 0103H: SBER Interrupt Status.......................................................................... 220 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released ...

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    ... RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #13 through #24 Indirect Address Register 0300H: RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #25 through #36 Indirect Address Register 0380H: RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #37 through #48 Indirect Address............................................................................................ 248 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released ...

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    ... RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #N (where N=1 to 48) Pointer Interpreter Interrupt Status ........................................................................... 274 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released ...

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    ... Register 0600H, 0620H, 0640H, 0660H: SVCA Indirect Address .................................. 299 Register 0601H, 0621H, 0641H, 0661H: SVCA Indirect Data........................................ 301 Register 0602H, 0622H, 0642H, 0662H: SVCA Payload Configuration Register .......... 302 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

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    ... Register 0723H: SARC Section SALM Enable ............................................................... 341 Register 0724H: SARC Section RLAISINS Enable ........................................................ 344 Register 0725H: SARC Section TLRDIINS Enable ........................................................ 346 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

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    ... Register 0757H: TCFP Transmit Byte Counter .............................................................. 388 Register 0758H: TCFP Transmit Byte Counter (MSB) ................................................... 388 Register 0759H: TCFP Aborted Packet Counter ............................................................ 389 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

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    ... Register 0788H: TXPHY Configuration........................................................................... 425 Register 0789H: TXPHY Interrupt Status ....................................................................... 427 Register 078AH: TXPHY Interrupt Enable ...................................................................... 428 Register 078BH: TXPHY Data Type Field ...................................................................... 429 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released ...

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    ... Indirect Register 00H: PRGM Monitor Timeslot Configuration Page.............................. 446 Indirect Register 01H: PRGM Monitor PRBS[22:7] Accumulator Page.......................... 448 Indirect Register 02H: PRGM Monitor PRBS[6:0] Accumulator Page............................ 448 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

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    ... Register 0866H: T8TE APS1 DTB Bus Register 086EH: T8TE APS2 DTB Bus Register 0876H: T8TE APS3 DTB Bus Register 087EH: T8TE APS4 DTB Bus ....................................................................................................... 471 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

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    ... Register 2001H: S/UNI-2488 Test Mode Address Force Enable ................................... 499 Register 2002H: S/UNI-2488Test Mode Address Force Value ...................................... 500 Register 2003H: S/UNI-2488 Reserved Test Register ................................................... 501 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

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    ... Figure 30 TPAHOLD Set To 1 ...................................................................................... 532 Figure 31 Boundary Scan Architecture ......................................................................... 543 Figure 32 TAP Controller Finite State Machine ............................................................ 545 Figure 33 PECL Levels (100K Characteristics) ............................................................ 548 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released ...

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    ... Figure 58 SONET/SDH Receive Overhead Interface Timing ....................................... 579 Figure 59 SONET/SDH Transmit Overhead Interface Timing ...................................... 579 Figure 60 APS Port Interface Timing ............................................................................ 580 Figure 61 JTAG Port Interface Timing .......................................................................... 582 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released ...

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    ... Table 31 Optimal OC48 Analog Power-Supply Filtering Recommendations ............... 564 Table 32 Backwards Compatible OC48 Analog Power-Supply Filtering Recommendations........................................................................................ 566 Table 33 D.C Characteristics ........................................................................................ 570 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released ...

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    ... Table 44 Outside Plant Thermal Information ................................................................ 584 Table 45 Device Compact Model Table 46 Heat Sink Requirements ................................................................................ 584 Table 47 Thermal Resistance vs. Air Flow Table 48 Device Compact Model Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet 3 ................................................................................. 584 3 ...

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    ... No Connect, indicates an unused pin NDF New Data Flag NNI Network-Network Interface ODL Optical Data Link OOF Out of Frame PECL Pseudo-ECL Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 30 ...

  • Page 31

    ... Transmit Scalable Data Queue FIFO UI Unit Interval UNI User-Network Interface VCI Virtual Connection Indicator VCXO Voltage Controlled Crystal (Xtal) Oscillator Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 31 ...

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    ... VPI Virtual Path Indicator WAN Wide Area Network XOR Exclusive OR logic operator Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 32 ...

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    ... Frames to the SONET/SDH receive stream and inserts the framing bytes (A1, A2) and the section trace byte (J0) into the transmit stream; descrambles the received stream and scrambles the transmit stream. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

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    ... Inserts the path payload label (C2) byte from an internal register for the transmit stream. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

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    ... Checks for minimum and maximum packet lengths. Optionally deletes short packets and marks those exceeding the maximum length as erroneous. · Permits FCS stripping on the POS-PHY output data stream. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet 43 +1 polynomial ...

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    ... Provides a SATURN® POS-PHY Level 3™ compliant 32-bit wide datapath (clocked up to 104 MHz) with parity support to an internal 192x16-byte FIFO buffer. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet 43 polynomial ...

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    ... ATM and Multi-service Switches, routers, and switch/routers · SONET/SDH Add/Drop Multiplexers with data processing capabilities · Uplink cards · SONET/SDH ATM/POS Test Equipment Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 37 ...

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    ... ATM Forum – AF-PHY-0136.000, “UTOPIA Level 3”, November, 1999. IETF Network Working Group – RFC-1619, “Point to Point Protocol (PPP) over SONET/SDH Specification”, May 1994. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

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    ... Junction-to-Case Thermal Resistance Measurements of Ceramic Packages. 1988. Telcordia Technologies. Network Equipment-Building System (NEBS) Requirements: Physical Protection: Telcordia Technologies Generic Requirements GR-63-CORE. Issue 1. October 1995. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released ...

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    ... Application Examples The PM5381 S/UNI-2488® device is applicable to equipment implementing Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) User-Network Interfaces (UNI), ATM Network-Network Interfaces (NNI), as well as Packet over SONET (POS) interfaces. The POS interface can support several packet based protocols including the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP). The S/UNI-2488 may find application at either end of switch-to-switch links, router to router links, switch to router links or switch-to-terminal links in public and private wide area networks (WAN) ...

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    ... RENB RSX RSOP RPRTY RDAT[31:0] RMOD[1:0] REOP RERR RVAL Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet PM5381 S/UNI-2488 TFCLK TENB DTPA TSOP TPRTY TDAT[31:0] TMOD[1:0] TEOP TERR RXD_P/_N ...

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    ... Note that APSOFP is not used, as this is a diagnostic port only. APSOFP should not be connected to APSIFP. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

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    ... Gbps Line Interface APSO_P[1..4] APSO_N[1..4] APSI_P[1..4] APSI_N[1..4] APSOFP APSIFP PROTECT DEVICE APSIFPCLK REFCLK_P REFCLK_N Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet APSI_P[1..4] 4 APSI_N[1..4] 4 APSO_P[1..4] 4 APSO_N[1.. APSOFP ...

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    ... D[15:0] A [13:0] ALE CSB WRB RDB RSTB INTB TDO TDI TMS TCK TRSTB Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ROHCLK ROHFP RTOH RPOH RPOHEN B3E APSI_P/_N[4:1] APSIFP Released 44 ...

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    ... CSB WRB RDB RSTB INTB TDO TDI TMS TCK TRSTB Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet LINE LOOPBACK (SLLE=1) SERIAL DIAGNOSTIC LOOPBACK (SDLE=1) or PARALLEL DIAGNOSTIC LOOPBACK (PDLE=1) ...

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    ... CSB WRB RDB RSTB INTB TDO TDI TMS TCK TRSTB Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet APS Failover APSMUX_RCFP=1 Released ROHCLK ROHFP RTOH RPOH RPOHEN B3E from ...

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    ... CSB WRB RDB RSTB INTB TDO TDI TMS TCK TRSTB Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet APS Failover APSMUX_TRMP=1 APSMUX_T8TE=1 Released ROHCLK ROHFP RTOH RPOH RPOHEN B3E ...

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    ... Description The PM5381 S/UNI-2488 SATURN User Network Interface is a monolithic integrated circuit that implements SONET/SDH processing, ATM mapping and Packet over SONET mapping functions at the STS-48 (STM-16-16c) 2488.32 Mbit/s rate. The S/UNI-2488 receives SONET/SDH streams using a bit serial interface, recovers the clock and data and processes section, line, and path overhead ...

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    ... LVTTL/CMOS compatible digital inputs and LVTTL/CMOS compatible digital outputs. High speed inputs and outputs support 3.3V compatible pseudo-ECL (PECL). The S/UNI-2488 is packaged in a 416 pin UBGA package. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

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    ... VDD VSS tohcl k AJ VSS VSS Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet VSST VSST VSST VSST VSST vddi VSST ...

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    ... VSS t xd_n t xd_p VSS k_p k_n Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet vddi t dat [ 19] t dat [ 22] t dat [ 25] t dat [ 29] ...

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    ... SD TTL Input TXD_P Differential, TXD_N CML - compatible Output Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. AK10 The differential reference clock inputs (REFCLK_P / AK9 REFCLK_N) provides a 155.52 MHz reference clock for both the clock recovery and the clock synthesis circuits ...

  • Page 53

    ... PGMRCLK Output RCLK Output PGMTCLK Output TCLK Output Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. AK25 The programmable receive clock (PGMRCLK) signal provides timing reference for the receive line interface. ...

  • Page 54

    ... RALM Output CSUCLKO Output CSUCLKI Input CRUCLKO Output Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. AH27 The active high out of frame (OOF) signal indicates when an out of frame condition is declared by the framing block. ...

  • Page 55

    ... ROHFP Output RTOH Output RPOH Output RPOHEN Output Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. V30 The receive overhead clock (ROHCLK) signal provides timing for the receive section, line and path overhead extraction ...

  • Page 56

    ... Transmit Section/Line/Path Overhead Insertion Signals (7) Pin Name Type TOHCLK Output TOHFP Output Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. W29 The bit interleaved parity error (B3E) signal carries the path BIP-8 errors detected for the STS-48c SONET payload ...

  • Page 57

    ... Pin Name Type TTOH Input TTOHEN Input TPOH Input Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. AK27 The transmit transport overhead (TTOH) signal contains all transport overhead bytes (A1, A2, J0, Z0, B1, E1, F1, D1-D3, ...

  • Page 58

    ... System Side UTOPIA and POS-PHY Signals (84) Pin Name Type POSL3_UL3B Input RFCLK Input Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. AJ25 The transmit path overhead insert ready (TPOHRDY) signal indicates if the S/UNI-2488 is ready to accept the byte currently on TPOH ...

  • Page 59

    ... RDAT[18] RDAT[17] RDAT[16] RDAT[15] RDAT[14] RDAT[13] RDAT[12] Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. The POS-PHY receive FIFO read clock (RFCLK) signal is used to read packet data from the receive packet FIFO. ...

  • Page 60

    ... RDAT[3] RDAT[2] RDAT[1] RDAT[0] RENB Input RSOC Output RSOP Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. L28 The POS-PHY receive packet data (RDAT[31:0]) bus carries M27 the POS packet octets that are read from the receive FIFO ...

  • Page 61

    ... Output RERR Output REOP Output RMOD[1] Output RMOD[0] Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. U30 The UTOPIA receive cell available (RCA) signal provides direct status indication when a cell is available in the receive FIFO ...

  • Page 62

    ... TDAT[7] TDAT[6] TDAT[5] TDAT[4] TDAT[3] TDAT[2] TDAT[1] TDAT[0] Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. R29 The POS-PHY receive start of transfer (RSX) signal indicates the start of a packet transfer. When RSX is high, the channel number being transferred is given on RDAT[31:0] ...

  • Page 63

    ... Type TPRTY Input TSOC Input TSOP TENB Input Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. B15 The UTOPIA transmit bus parity (TPRTY) signal indicates the parity on the TDAT[31:0] bus. A parity error is indicated by a status bit and a maskable interrupt ...

  • Page 64

    ... TENB Input (continued) TCA Output DTPA TEOP Input Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. A19 The POS-PHY transmit write enable (TENB) signal is an active low input which is used to initiate writes to the transmit FIFOs ...

  • Page 65

    ... TMOD[1:0] Input 9.6 APS Serial Data Interface (20) Pin Name Type APSIFPCLK Input Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. A17 The POS-PHY transmit error (TERR) signal is used to indicate that the current packet must be aborted ...

  • Page 66

    ... APSO_N[4] LVDS Output APSO_P[3] APSO_N[3] APSO_P[2] APSO_N[2] APSO_P[1] APSO_N[1] Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. Y4 The differential APSI input (APSI_P/ APSI_N[4:1]) serial data Y3 links carry SONET/SDH OC-48 frame data from a mate in bit serial format ...

  • Page 67

    ... D[5] D[4] D[3] D[2] D[1] D[0] A[13]/TRS Input Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. P1 The APS output frame pulse signal (APSOFP) provides system timing of the APS output serial interface. APSOFP is ...

  • Page 68

    ... TCK Input TMS Input TDI Input TDO Tristate Output Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. J3H2J4 The address bus (A[12:0]) selects specific registers during H3G2F S/UNI-2488 register accesses. ...

  • Page 69

    ... Analog C1_CRU C0_CSU Analog C1_CSU RES Analog RESK Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Pin Function No. D28 The active low test reset (TRSTB) signal provides an asynchronous S/UNI-2488 test access port reset via the IEEE P1149 ...

  • Page 70

    ... Analog Power AVDL(16) Analog Power QAVD Analog Power Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet PIN Function No. The analog power (AVDH) pins for the analog core. The AH17 ...

  • Page 71

    ... Digital Power and Ground Pin Name Pin Type VDDI Core Power Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet PIN Function No. D29 The core power (VDDI) pins should be connected to a well- G29 decoupled +1 ...

  • Page 72

    ... I/O power 9.11.1 Digital Ground Pin Name Pin Type VSS (124) Digital Ground Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet PIN Function No. B29 I/O power (VDDO). The VDDO pins should be connected to a C28 well-decoupled +3 ...

  • Page 73

    ... REFCLK_P / REFCLK_N, RXD_P/ RXD_N, TXD_P/ TXD_N pins which operate at pseudo-ECL (PECL) logic levels and the APSI_P/ APSI_N[4:1], APSO_P/ APSO_N[4:1] pins which operate at LVDS logic levels. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet PIN No ...

  • Page 74

    ... Before any input activity occurs, ensure that the device power supplies are within their nominal voltage range. Hold the device in the reset condition until the device power supplies are within their nominal voltage range. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 75

    ... PLL yield a jitter tolerance that exceeds the minimum tolerance specified for SONET equipment by GR-253-CORE. Please refer to the figure below. 1 This number is programmable through LOS_COUNT[4:0] in Register 0013H. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet 1 ...

  • Page 76

    ... Receive Regenerator and Multiplexer Processor (RRMP) The Receive Regenerator and Multiplexer Processor (RRMP) block extracts and processes the transport overhead of the received data stream. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 77

    ... Any difference indicates a line BIP-8 error. The RRMP accumulates line BIP-8 errors in a microprocessor readable 24 bits saturating counter ( second accumulation time). Optionally, block BIP errors can be accumulated. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet -3 BER, the first algorithm provides a 99 ...

  • Page 78

    ... ... ... ssi on D7 ... D10 ... ... Unused bytes National bytes Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 79

    ... A TIU defect is removed when a persistent message is received. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 80

    ... LOP_state. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 81

    ... DEC_IND more than 3 frames ago. INV_POINT: not any of the above (i.e.: not NORM_POINT, not NDF_ENABLE, not AIS_IND, not INC_IND and not DEC_IND). Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet NDF_ENABLE INC_IND/DEC_IND ...

  • Page 82

    ... INC_IND/DEC_IND EQ_NEW_POINT: NDF_ENABLE AIS_IND INV_POINT: Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet the received pointer is out of range (>782), the received pointer is static, the received pointer can be interpreted, according to majority voting ...

  • Page 83

    ... AIS indications to go from the CONC_state to the AISC_state. The kind and number of consecutive indications activating a transition is chosen such that the behavior is stable and insensitive to low BER. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 84

    ... INV_POINT: eight consecutive INV_POINT indications Note 1: "consecutive event counters" are reset to zero on a change of state. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet CONC 3 x AIS_IND 3 x CONC_IND ...

  • Page 85

    ... PSL is 00H. The accepted PSL is the same PSL value received for three or five consecutive frames (selectable by the PSL5 bit in the configuration register). The expected PSL is a register programmable PSL value. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 86

    ... Disable Enable 00010 Disable Enable 00011 Disable Enable 00100 Disable Enable Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Accepted PSL 00 Unequipped 01 Equipped non specific 02-E0 Equipped specific FD-FF E1-FC PDI ...

  • Page 87

    ... RPOH port. RPOHCLK is a nominal 20.736 MHz clock generated by gapping a 25.92 MHz clock. Sampling RPOHFP high with the rising edge of RPOHCLK identifies the MSB of the first J1 byte. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 88

    ... Receive High Order Path Processor block. The transitions from INC, DEC, and NDF states to the NORM state occur autonomously with the generation of special pointer patterns. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 ...

  • Page 89

    ... PI_NORM NORM state Note 1: A frame offset discontinuity occurs if an incoming NDF enabled is received overflow/underflow occurred. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet PI_AIS dec_ind ...

  • Page 90

    ... ALPHA consecutive incorrect HCS patterns are detected. In such an event a transition is made back to the HUNT state. The state diagram of the delineation process is shown in below. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet transmit the pointer with NDF disabled and inverted I bits, transmit a stuff byte in the byte after H3, increment active offset ...

  • Page 91

    ... VCI and VPI fields. The RCFP Idle Cell Header and Mask register allows filtering control over the contents of the GFC, PTI, and CLP fields of the header. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 ...

  • Page 92

    ... Sequences and passes the data onto the Byte Destuffing block. The PPP/HDLC Frame format is shown in the figure below. Figure 14 PPP/HDLC Over SONET Frame Format Flag Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet 8 ...

  • Page 93

    ... The first FCS bit transmitted is the coefficient of the highest term. . Packets with FCS errors are marked as such and should be discarded by the system. Figure 15 CRC Decoder + Message Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Escaped 7D-5E ...

  • Page 94

    ... The receive FIFO provides for the separation of the physical layer timing from the system timing. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 ...

  • Page 95

    ... RDAT bus. The RXPHY performs the polling procedure to select which PHY address is serviced. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 ...

  • Page 96

    ... High Voltage, 85C, 100% -30 Low Voltage, 85C, 100% Low Voltage, -40C, 100% -35 High Voltage, -40C, 100% -40 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Jitter Transfer 100000 1000000 Frequency [Hz] ...

  • Page 97

    ... Transmit Regenerator Multiplexer Processor (TRMP) The Transmit Regenerator and Multiplexer Processor (TRMP) block inserts the transport overhead bytes in the transmit data stream. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 98

    ... TOH bytes must be prioritized according to Table 4 before being inserted into the data stream. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 99

    ... pass through (B2DISABLE=1) K1 APS[15:8] (APSEN=1) K2 APS[7:0] (APSEN=1) D4-D12 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet F6h TTOH (A1A2EN=1) (TTOHEN=1) 28h TTOH (A1A2EN=1) (TTOHEN=1) J0V TTOH (J0REGEN=1) ...

  • Page 100

    ... Line AIS insertion has priority over line RDI insertion and TOH byte insertion. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 ...

  • Page 101

    ... BIP-8 errors can be accumulated per transmit frame. The minimum value between the maximum REI-P and the accumulator count is returned as the path REI in the G1 byte. Optionally, block BIP-8 errors can be accumulated. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 102

    ... Z3 pass through (PAIS= pass through (PAIS= pass through (PAIS=1) Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Path trace buffer J1 ind. reg. (PTBJ1=1) (SRCJ1=1) Calculated B3 XOR TPOH ...

  • Page 103

    ... Transmission of data resumes when a Start of Packet is encountered in the FIFO data stream. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 104

    ... Escape Character itself (0x7D). When a character is being escaped XORed with 0x20 before transmission and preceded by the Control Escape (0x7D) character. Table 7 Byte Stuffing Original 7E (Flag Sequence) Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet 8 10 ...

  • Page 105

    ... PHY Level 3 compliant bus for the transfer of ATM cells and data packets between the link layer device and the S/UNI-2488. The link layer device can implement various protocols, including PPP and HDLC. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 106

    ... AIS-L, RDI-L, APSBF, TIU-S, TIM-S, SDBER or SFBER defect is detected in the receive data stream. Configuration registers allow the user to remove any defect from the previous enumeration. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 107

    ... The APS Serial Data Interface consists of a input and output 777.76 Mbps serial TelecomBus used to communicate between a working and protect mate for APS applications. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 108

    ... The resulting current is then mirrored through several individual reference current outputs, so each TXLV receives its own reference current. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 109

    ... Rx2488 Analog Interrupt Control 0012 Rx2488 Analog CRU Control 0013 Rx2488 Analog CRU Clock Training Configuration and Status Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 109 ...

  • Page 110

    ... RRMP Aux4 Configuration 0071-0075 RRMP Reserved 4 0076 RRMP Aux4 AIS Enable 0077-007F RRMP Reserved 4 0080 TRMP Configuration 0081 TRMP Register Insertion Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 110 ...

  • Page 111

    ... SBER Interrupt Enable 0103 SBER Interrupt Status 0104 SBER SF BERM Accumulation Period (LSB) 0105 SBER SF BERM Accumulation Period (MSB) Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 111 ...

  • Page 112

    ... RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #1 Error Monitor Status 020C RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #1 Error Monitor Interrupt Enable 020D RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #1 Error Monitor Interrupt Status Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 112 ...

  • Page 113

    ... RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #7 Pointer Interpreter Interrupt Enable 023A RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #7 Pointer Interpreter Interrupt Status 023B RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #7 Error Monitor Status Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 113 ...

  • Page 114

    ... RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #12 Error Monitor Interrupt Status 0265-027F RHPP Reserved 0280 RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #13 through #24 Indirect Address 0281 RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #13 through #24 Indirect Data Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 114 ...

  • Page 115

    ... RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #36 Pointer Interpreter Interrupt Status 0363 RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #36 Error Monitor Status 0364 RHPP STS-1/STM-0 #36 Error Monitor Interrupt Enable Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 115 ...

  • Page 116

    ... THPP STS-1/STM-0 #37 through #48 Indirect Data 0582-05FF THPP Reserved 4 0600 SVCA Indirect Address 0601 SVCA Indirect Data 0602 SVCA Payload Configuration Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 116 ...

  • Page 117

    ... SARC LOP Pointer Status 0731 SARC LOP Pointer Interrupt Enable 0732 SARC LOP Pointer Interrupt Status 0733 SARC AIS Pointer Status Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 117 ...

  • Page 118

    ... RXSDQ Reserved 0766 RXSDQ Reserved 0767 RXSDQ Reserved 0768 RXSDQ FIFO Indirect Address 0769 RXSDQ FIFO Indirect Configuration Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 118 ...

  • Page 119

    ... TXPHY Reserved 0790 SIRP Configuration Timeslot 0791-079B SIRP Reserved 1 079C SIRP Configuration 079D-079F SIRP Reserved 2 07A0-07FF S/UNI-2488 Reserved Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 119 ...

  • Page 120

    ... PRGM Aux3 Performance Counters Transfer Trigger 082D-082F PRGM Aux3 Reserved 0830 PRGM Aux4 Indirect Address 0831 PRGM Aux4 Indirect Data Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 120 ...

  • Page 121

    ... R8TD APS4 Analog Control 3 085E-085F R8TD APS4 Reserved 0860 T8TE APS1 Control and Status 0861 T8TE APS1 Interrupt Status Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 121 ...

  • Page 122

    ... TXDLL Delay Tap Status/DLL Reset 0887 TXDLL Control Status 0888 CSTR Control 0889 CSTR Interrupt Enable and APS CSU Lock Status Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released 122 ...

  • Page 123

    ... Addresses that are not shown must be treated as Reserved. 3. A[13] is the test resister select (TRS) and should be set to logic 0 for normal mode register access. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 124

    ... To ensure that the S/UNI-2488 operates as intended, reserved register bits must only be written with the logic level as specified. Writing other values to reserved registers should be avoided. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 125

    ... D S/UNI-2488. TYPE[4:0] The TYPE bits can be read to distinguish the S/UNI-2488 from the other members of the S/UNI family of devices. The TYPE[4:0] register for the PM5381 S/UNI-2488 is 00010. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 ...

  • Page 126

    ... TIP remains high while the transfer is in progress, and is set to logic zero when the transfer is complete. TIP can be polled by a microprocessor to determine when the accumulation interval transfer is complete. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 127

    ... Under this operating condition, the S/UNI-2488 continues to operate normally in the transmit direction. When PDLE is logic zero, the S/UNI-2488 operates normally. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 128

    ... RCFP receives data from the R8TD APS Port. This register bit would be set if the S/UNI- 2488 is configured as a working device during an APS failure condition. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 129

    ... APS Port analog blocks out of reset. Holding the ARESET_APS in a reset state places it into a low power, analog stand-by mode. A hardware reset clears the ARESET_APS bit, thus negating the analog software reset. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 130

    ... This bit is not self-clearing. Therefore, a logic zero must be written to bring the S/UNI-2488 out of reset A hardware reset clears the DRESET bit, thus negating the digital software reset. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 ...

  • Page 131

    ... S/UNI-2488. DIAGSHORT The diagnostic short frame (DIAGSHORT) bit sets a reduced frame size. This register bit is for test purposes only. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Function ...

  • Page 132

    ... This register bit is used for PMC test purposes only and must be left in its default state for the normal operation of the S/UNI-2488. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 133

    ... TCLKA is set high on a rising edge of TCLK, and is set low when this register is read. This bit is not affected by TCLKEN (Register 0038H, bit 1). Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 134

    ... The APSIFPCLK active (APSIFPCLKA) bit monitors for low to high transitions on the APSIFPCLK input. APSIFPCLKA is set high on a rising edge of APSIFPCLK, and is set low when this register is read. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 135

    ... When a logic 0 is written to INTE[1], the RRMP[1]…PRGM[1] pending interrupt will not assert the interrupt (INTB) output. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 136

    ... When a logic 0 is written to INTE[2], the RRMP[2]…PRGM[2] pending interrupt will not assert the interrupt (INTB) output. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 137

    ... When a logic 0 is written to INTE[3], the RRMP[3]…PRGM[3] pending interrupt will not assert the interrupt (INTB) output. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 138

    ... When a logic 0 is written to INTE[4], the RRMP[4]…PRGM[4] pending interrupt will not assert the interrupt (INTB) output. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 139

    ... The RXPHY interrupt event indication (RXPHYI) transitions to logic 1 when a hardware interrupt event is sourced from the receive system UTOPIA/POS-PHY interface RXPHY block. This bit is cleared to logic 0 when the interrupt is cleared. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 140

    ... When a logic 0 is written to INTE[5], the RCFPI, RXSDQI or RXPHYI pending interrupt will not assert the interrupt (INTB) output. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 141

    ... The RXPHY interrupt event indication (TXPHYI) transitions to logic 1 when a hardware interrupt event is sourced from the transmit system UTOPIA/POS-PHY interface TXPHY block. This bit is cleared to logic 0 when the interrupt is cleared. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 142

    ... When a logic 0 is written to INTE[6], the TCFPI, TXSDQI or TXPHYI pending interrupt will not assert the interrupt (INTB) output. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 143

    ... The RXANALOGI and TXANALOGI interrupt event indications transition to logic 1 when a hardware interrupt event is sourced from the Rx2488 or Tx2488 blocks respectively. This bit is cleared when the interrupt is cleared. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 144

    ... When a logic 0 is written to INTE[6], the R8TDxI, DLL_RFCLKI, DLL_TFCLKI, RXANALOGI, TXANALOGI T8TexI or CSTRI pending interrupt will not assert the interrupt (INTB) output. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 145

    ... All reserved bits in this register should be set to logic 0 for normal operation. FREE[12:0] General-purpose register bits. These do not affect the operation of the device in any way but will hold a value written to them. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Function ...

  • Page 146

    ... APS Input links would have delivered the J0 character. The relationships of AIJ0FP, AIJ0DLY[13:0] and the system configuration are described in the Functional Timing section. Valid values of AIJ0DLY[13:0] are 0000H to 25F7H. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Function ...

  • Page 147

    ... Reserved Bit 2 R/W Reserved Bit 1 R/W Reserved Bit 0 R/W Reserved This register must be set to its default value for normal operation. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Default ...

  • Page 148

    ... DCC (D1-D3) in the transmit data stream as configured using the TSLDEN bit in the TRMP Configuration register. When set to logic 1, ones are inserted. When set to logic 0, zeros are inserted. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 149

    ... The minimum value for APSIFP_THRESH is 4. This field should normally be set to the minimum value (4) to reduce the probability of synchronization problems with APSIFP. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 150

    ... Bit 3 R Bit 2 R Bit 1 R Bit 0 R CHIPID[15:0] The CHIPID[15:0] is set to 5381H to identify the PM5381 S/UNI-2488. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Function Default CHIPID[15] 0 CHIPID[14] ...

  • Page 151

    ... If WCIMODE is set to logic 1, only over-writing with a ‘1’ clears this bit. If WCIMODE is set to logic 0, then a read of this register automatically clears the bit. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 152

    ... If WCIMODE is set to logic 1, only over-writing with a ‘1’ clears this bit. If WCIMODE is set to logic 0, then a read of this register automatically clears the bit. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 153

    ... The CRU_CLOCK is reset low after Register 0010H is read and will remain low if no transitions occur on the CRU clock. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 154

    ... When LOS_EN is set to logic one, an interrupt on the INT is generated upon assertion of the LOS_I register bit. When LOS_EN is set low, a change in the LOS_I status does not generate an interrupt. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 155

    ... When SD_DISABLE is set to logic zero the internal signal follows the state of the SD input pin and the state of SD_INV bit. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 156

    ... When low, the CRU state machine controls the CRU. 1:0 Set (equivalent) for OC48 operation. All other settings are reserved. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 157

    ... When set to ‘0’, the CRU operates in the normal mode. This bit is not self-clearing. Therefore a ‘0’ must be written to the bit to remove the reset condition. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 158

    ... When INLOCK is a logic one, the clock difference detector must pass 39 consecutive times before the state transition can occur. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 159

    ... The recovered reference out of lock status indicates that the clock recovery phase locked loop is unable to lock to the reference clock on REFCLK. At startup, ROOLV may remain at logic 1 for several hundred milliseconds while the PLL obtains lock. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 160

    ... LOS_COUNT[4:0] register bits. If LOSEN is reset to logic zero, the 1/0 transition detector is disabled. Note: recall that LOS_COUNT is specified as the upper 5 bits bit number and has an accuracy of ±15. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 161

    ... LOS_COUNT has an accuracy of ±15). For example, to set the consecutive all-ones or all- zeros pattern to 128 the LOS_COUNT should be set to “01000”b. The default value for this field is 128. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 162

    ... PRBS word error count register is reset to zero. When set to logic 0, the counter operates normally. This bit should be written to 1 then written 0 to perform the clear counter operation. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 163

    ... The actual PRBS error counter is cleared immediately after a logic 1 is written to the CLEAR_ERR_CNT bit. The error counter will not wrap around after reaching FFh. The error counter will saturate to FFh. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 164

    ... R/W Bit 3 R/W Bit 2 R/W Bit 1 R/W Bit 0 R/W Reserved These bits must be set to their default value for proper operation. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Function Default Reserved 0 Reserved 0 Reserved 0 Reserved ...

  • Page 165

    ... INV_DATA is set to ‘1’, the polarity of the TXD_P/TXD_N input pins are inverted. When INV_DATA is set to ‘0’, the TXD_P/TXD_N inputs operate normally. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 166

    ... X11 X10 X01 X00 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Description Reserved Reserved When MODE[2] is set low, the data from PISO-2488 is used as the input to the transmitter ...

  • Page 167

    ... Note: When ROOL_I is set and indicates that the CSU has lost lock to the reference clock, then once the reference is restored, the CSU must be reset (using CSU_RESET in register 0x0021) before normal operation can begin. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 168

    ... Hogge-II mode is 10kW. The optimum resistor for loop- timed operation is 2.5kW. See CSU_MODE[2] register bit description also. Reserved 4 Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Function Default ...

  • Page 169

    ... Block Circuit. When set to ‘0’, this bit forces the TX2488 to a low power state and functionality is disabled. When set to ‘1’, the TX2488 operates in the normal mode of operation. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 170

    ... This bit is not self-clearing. Therefore a ‘0’ must written to the bit to remove the reset condition. Reserved This bit must be set to logic 0 for proper operation. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Released ...

  • Page 171

    ... Reserved Bit 2 R/W Reserved Bit 1 R/W Reserved Bit 0 R/W Reserved Reserved The Reserved bits should be set to logic 0 for normal operation. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Default ...

  • Page 172

    ... When DISFRM is set to logic 0, the framing algorithm is enable and the bit alignment is done when out of frame is declared. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 173

    ... PGMRCLK output clock. When PGMRCLKSEL is set high, PGMRCLK is a nominal 8 KHz clock. When PGMRCLKSEL is set to logic zero, PGMRCLK is a nominal 19.44 MHz clock. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 174

    ... When TCLKEN is set to logic 1, the TCLK output operates normally. When TCLKEN is set to logic 0, the TCLK output is held low. Reserved The Reserved bits must be left in their default values for proper operation. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet Default ...

  • Page 175

    ... PGMTCLK output clock. When PGMTCLKSEL is set high, PGMTCLK is a nominal 8 KHz clock. When PGMTCLKSEL is set to logic zero, PGMTCLK is a nominal 19.44 MHz clock. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 176

    ... When ALGO2 is set to logic 0, the framing patterns consist framing bytes and 12 A2 framing bytes. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 ...

  • Page 177

    ... STS-3/STM-1 per frame). When LREIBLK is set to logic 0, the extracted line REI are interpreted as BIP-8 errors (a maximum of 8 errors per STS- 1/STM-0 per frame). Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 178

    ... LCK. BUSY is set to logic 0 upon completion of the transfer. This bit should be polled to determine when new data is available in the holding registers. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 179

    ... Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 180

    ... The APS byte failure defect is cleared when three consecutive identical K1 bytes are received. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 181

    ... When the interrupt enable bit is set to logic 0, the corresponding pending interrupt will not assert the interrupt (INTB) output. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 182

    ... If WCIMODE is set to logic 1, only over-writing with a ‘1’ clears this bit. If WCIMODE is set to logic 0, then a read of this register automatically clears the bit. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 183

    ... If WCIMODE is set to logic 1, only over-writing with a ‘1’ clears this bit. If WCIMODE is set to logic 0, then a read of this register automatically clears the bit. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 184

    ... If WCIMODE is set to logic 1, only over-writing with a ‘1’ clears this bit. If WCIMODE is set to logic 0, then a read of this register automatically clears the bit. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 185

    ... The APS K1/K2 bytes value (K1V[7:0]/K2V[7:0]) bits represent the extracted K1/K2 APS bytes. K1V/K2V is updated when the same K1 and K2 bytes (forming a single entity) are received for three consecutive frames. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 186

    ... When BYTESSM is set to logic 1, the SSM is a byte and bits the S1 byte are considered. When BYTESSM is set to logic 0, the SSM is a nibble and only bits the S1 byte are considered. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 187

    ... AIS are forced on the line overhead bytes regardless of the alarm condition. This bit should be set to logic 1 for normal operation. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 188

    ... AIS is only inserted in bits 6, 7 and 8 of the K2 byte. When K2AIS is set to logic 0, line AIS is inserted in the line overhead bytes and in the payload bytes (all the bytes of the frame except the section overhead bytes). Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 189

    ... The error counter is transferred to the holding registers by a microprocessor write to any of the RRMP counter registers or the S/UNI-2488 Identity and Global Performance Monitor Update register (0000H). Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 190

    ... The error counter is transferred to the holding registers by a microprocessor write to any of the RRMP counter registers or the S/UNI-2488 Identity and Global Performance Monitor Update register (0000H). Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 191

    ... The error counter is transferred to the holding registers by a microprocessor write to any of the RRMP counter registers or the S/UNI-2488 Identity and Global Performance Monitor Update register (0000H). Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 192

    ... For normal operation, the Z0DEF bits in the TRMP Aux2 Configuration register, the TRMP Aux3 Configuration register and the TRMP Aux4 Configuration register must be set to the same value as the Z0DEF bit. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 193

    ... The functionality of the LREIEN register bit has been replaced with the TREIINS register bit in register 0903H. LREIEN must be left in its default state of logic 1 for proper operation. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 ...

  • Page 194

    ... BIP-24 block errors (a maximum of 1 error per STS-3/STM-1 per frame). When LREIBLK is set to logic 0, the line REI inserted in the M1 byte represents BIP-8 errors (a maximum of 8 error per STS-1/STM-0 per frame). Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 195

    ... E1 and F1 register is inserted in the E1 byte of STS-1/STM-0 #1 according to the priority of Table 4. When E1REGEN is set to logic 0, the section order wire from the TRMP Transmit E1 and F1 register is not inserted. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 196

    ... Z1 bytes according to the priority of Table 4. When Z1REGEN is set to logic 0, the Z1 byte from the TRMP Transmit S1 and Z1 register is not inserted. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 197

    ... UNUSEDEN register bit. When UNUSEDV is set to logic 0, an all zero pattern is inserted in the unused bytes if enabled via the UNUSEDEN register bit. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 198

    ... H1/H2 bytes extracted from the TTOH port are XOR with the path payload pointer bytes). When HMASKEN is set to logic 0, the H1/H2 bytes extracted from the TTOH port are inserted instead of the path payload pointer bytes. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 199

    ... When B1DISABLE is set to logic one, the B1 byte value is passed through transparently without being overwritten. When B1DISABLE is set to logic zero, a valid B1 byte is inserted into the SOH. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...

  • Page 200

    ... When B2DISABLE is set to logic one, the B2 byte value is passed through transparently without being overwritten. When B2DISABLE is set to logic zero, a valid B2 byte is inserted into the TOH. Proprietary and Confidential to PMC-Sierra, Inc., and for its Customers’ Internal Use Document ID: PMC-2000489, Issue 4 S/UNI-2488 Telecom Standard Product Datasheet ...