The 100G QSFP28 LR4 optical receiver integrates receive path onto
one module. The receiver four lanes of optical data
streams are optically demultiplexed by an integrated optical
demultiplexer. Each data steam is recovered by a PIN photodetector
transimpedance amplifier, retimed, and passed on to an output
driver. This module features a hot-pluggable electrical interface,
power consumption, and 2-wire serial interface.
1: GND is the symbol for signal and supply (power) common for the
module. All are common within the module and all module voltages
referenced to this potential unless otherwise noted. Connect these
directly to the host board signal-common ground plane.
2: Vcc Rx, Vcc1 and Vcc Tx shall be applied concurrently. Vcc Rx
Vcc1 and Vcc Tx may be internally connected within the module in
combination. The connector pins are each rated for a maximum
current of 1000 mA. Recommended host board power supply filtering
3: The ModSelL is an input pin. When held low by the host, the
module responds to 2-wire serial communication commands. The
the use of multiple modules on a single 2-wire interface bus. When
the ModSelL is "High", the module shall not respond to or
2-wire interface communication from the host. ModSelL signal input
node shall be biased to the "High" state in the module. In order to
conflicts, the host system shall not attempt 2-wire interface
communications within the ModSelL de-assert time after any modules
Similarly, the host shall wait at least for the period of the
ModSelL assert time before communicating with the newly selected
assertion and de-asserting periods of different modules may overlap
as long as the above timing requirements are met.
4: The ResetL pin shall be pulled to Vcc in the module. A low level
on the ResetL pin for longer than the minimum pulse length
initiates a complete module reset, returning all user module
settings to their default state. Module Reset Assert Time (t_init)
starts on the rising
edge after the low level on the ResetL pin is released. During the
execution of a reset (t_init) the host shall disregard all status
bits until the module
indicates a completion of the reset interrupt. The module indicates
this by asserting "low" an IntL signal with the Data_Not_Ready bit
Note that on power up (including hot insertion) the module should
post this completion of reset interrupt without requiring a reset.
5: Low speed signaling other than SCL and SDA is based on Low
Voltage TTL (LVTTL) operating at Vcc. Vcc refers to the generic
voltages of VccTx, VccRx, Vcc_host or Vcc1.
Hosts shall use a pull-up resistor connected to Vcc_host on each of
the 2-wire interface SCL (clock), SDA (data), and all low speed
The SCL and SDA is a hot plug interface that may support a bus
topology. 6: ModPrsL is pulled up to Vcc_Host on the host board and
grounded in the module. The ModPrsL is asserted "Low" when inserted
"High" when the module is physically absent from the host
7: IntL is an output pin. When IntL is "Low", it indicates a
possible module operational fault or a status critical to the host
system. The host
identifies the source of the interrupt using the 2-wire serial
interface. The IntL pin is an open collector output and shall be
pulled to host supply
voltage on the host board. The INTL pin is deasserted "High" after
completion of reset, when byte 2 bit 0 (Data Not Ready) is read
with a value of
'0' and the flag field is read (see SFF-8636).
8: The LPMode pin shall be pulled up to Vcc in the module. The pin
is a hardware control
used to put modules into a low power mode when high. By using the
LPMode pin and a combination of the Power_override, Power_set and
High_Power_Class_Enable software control bits (Address A0h, byte 93
bits 0,1,2), the host contrHLS how much power a module can
9: Rx(n)(p/n) are module receiver data outputs. Rx(n)(p/n) are
AC-coupled 100 Ohm differential lines that should be terminated
with 100 Ohm
differentially at the Host ASIC(SerDes). The AC coupling is inside
the module and not required on the Host board. For operation at 28
relevant standards (e.g., OIF CEI v3.1) define the signal
requirements on the high-speed differential lines. For operation at
lower rates, refer to the
Note: Due to the possibility of insertion of legacy QSFP and QSFP+
modules into a host
designed for higher speed operation, it is recommended that the
damage threshold of the host input be at least 1600 mV peak to peak
Output squelch for loss of optical input signal, hereafter Rx
Squelch, is required and shall function as follows. In the event of
the optical signal on
any channel becoming equal to or less than the level required to
assert LOS, then the receiver data output for that channel shall be
disabled. In the squelched or disabled state output impedance
levels are maintained while the differential voltage swing shall be
less than 50 mVpp.
In normal operation the default case has Rx Squelch active. Rx
Squelch can be deactivated using Rx Squelch Disable through the
interface. Rx Squelch Disable is an optional function. For specific
details refer to SFF-8636.
10: Tx(n)(p/n) are module transmitter data inputs. They are
AC-coupled 100 Ohm differential lines with 100 Ohm differential
the module. The AC coupling is inside the module and not required
on the Host board. For operation at 28 Gb/s the relevant standards
CEI v3.1) define the signal requirements on the high-speed
differential lines. For operation at lower rates, refer to the
relevant standards. Due to
the possibility of insertion of modules into a host designed for
lower speed operation, the damage threshold of the module input
shall be at least
1600 mV peak to peak differential. Output squelch, hereafter Tx
Squelch, for loss of input signal, hereafter Tx LOS, is an optional
implemented it shall function as follows. In the event of the
differential, peak-to-peak electrical signal on any channel becomes
less than 50 mVpp,
then the transmitter optical output for that channel shall be
squelched or disabled and the associated TxLOS flag set. Where
transmitter OMA shall be less than or equal to -26 dBm and when
disabled the transmitter power shall be less than or equal to -30
applications, e.g. Ethernet, where the transmitter off condition is
defined in terms of average power, disabling the transmitter is
for applications, e.g. InfiniBand, where the transmitter off
condition is defined in terms of OMA, squelching the transmitter is
module operation, where Tx Squelch is implemented, the default case
has Tx Squelch active. Tx Squelch can be deactivated using Tx
Disable through the 2-wire serial interface. Tx Squelch Disable is
an optional function. For specific details refer to SFF- 8636.
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