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G.now
VDSL
20yr old tech
Huge Investment
100Mbps
max
Truck roll job
Limited
d in HD/UHD
/
Long deploy
term
Long BEP
Brand new
Up to 500Mbps
No Truck roll job
Support UHD and 11ac
Short BEP
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* G. now is based on a Technology of Marvell
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The G.nowTM Access Solution For The Last Mile
Bundled copper cable MDU edition (1:1 Phone Line)
The G.nowTM Access Solution
The G now™ Access Solution is an extension of G hn networking technology for broadband access and enlarges the scope of the
The G.now™ Access Solution is an extension of G.hn networking technology for broadband access and enlarges the scope of the ITU‐T G.hn to meet the market requirements. The G.now™ is G.hn technology applied for wire‐line broadband access networks, as an upgrade to VDSL2. Enabling unmatched connectivity at up to 1 Gbit/s PHY rate over existing copper wiring and a much higher data rate (over 500 Mbps) than legacy VDSL systems (only 100 Mbps). The G.now™ is poised to take on the leadership of the broadband access services for the last mile. The G.now™ technology can quickly enable many homes and consumers around the world to enjoy seamless delivery of high quality live content from the cloud at any time for their everyday smart‐life and smart‐lifestyle. The G.now™ is based on TDD architecture (Time Division Duplexing) and an increased spectrum of up to 100 MHz OFDM. The G.now™ is able to lead the pack in delivering high performance and most reliable and secure end‐to‐end solution for the ‘Smart‐Life and Smart Lifestyle.
The G.now™ is the brand name of Marvell, a worldwide leader in integrated silicon solutions. The Marvell G.now™ technology is Marvell’s award‐winning home‐grid forum‐certified family of G.hn chipsets to provide FTTH class gigabit broadband access to multi‐dwelling unit (MDU) buildings over existing phone wiring.
It is our passion to closely collaborate with global operators, service providers, internet companies, OEMs, ODMs and other ecosystem partners to bring the benefits of the G.now™ technology to the masses of consumers around the world for better lives. What is G.hn? What
is G hn?
G.hn is the common name for a home network technology family of standards developed under the International Telecommunication Union's Telecommunication Standardization sector (the ITU‐T) and promoted by the HomeGrid Forum and several other organizations. The G.hn specifications define networking over power lines, phone lines and coaxial cables with data rates up to 1 Gbit/s. Further information about G.hn please click http://www.homegridforum.org or visit our website www.bcl‐com.com
Coax
Cable
G.hn‐EoC
Phone
Line
G.now
G.hn access bring you Gigabit world via legacy any Medium
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G.hn Access Solution
“ Best ever !”
Power
Line
Giga BPL
The G.nowTM Access Solution For The Last Mile
Bundled copper cable MDU edition (1:1 Phone Line)
The G.now™ Network System
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Gbit/s over legacy bundle cooper cable(bundle phone line)
existing infrastructure and addresses Gigabit speed internet associated with FTTH(Fiber to the home) ap
plications. It is last mile solution for the G.hn-Based FTTH
(Fiber To The Home) Solution and has an impressive performance.
G now™ Technical Benefit
G.now
The G.now™ increases available spectrum on the wire
The G.now™ provides flexible bandwidth allocation
The G.now™ based on state-art-of-state G.hn PHY/MAC protocol
G.now™ Business Benefit
Increasese data rates to “Gigabit-level” unsing existing phone line
Flexible bandwidth allocation ensures flexible service offering
Significantly lower installation & equipment costs than pure FTTH
Fig 1. Typical G.now network diagram
The G.nowTM Access Solution For The Last Mile
Bundled copper cable MDU edition (1:1 Phone Line)
Comparison with legacy DSL technologies
G.now/ VDSL2/ Vectoring performance comparison
(Sources: Alcat el-Lucent & M arvell)
800
700
Through
hput (Mbit/ s)
600
500
G.now (no FEXT)
400
G.now ((under FEXT))
Vect ored VDSL2 (under FEXT)
300
VDSL2 (under FEXT)
200
100
0
0
100
200
300
400
500
Distance (meters)
Items
100M VDSL2
G now
G.now
Standard
ITU-T G.993.2
ITU-T G.9960, G.9961
Main Appication
Access network
solution
Mainly for Home networking and
additionally for Access network
solution
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Rate
Max 100Mbps
p
(bi-dir)
Max 500Mbps
p (uni-dir)
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)
Max 250Mbps (bi-dir)
Modulation
DMT
OFDM
Freq. Used
> 30MHz
> 100MHz
Error Correction
FEC
LDPC FEC
Max power
20 5dbm
20.5dbm
16dbm
The G.nowTM Access Solution For The Last Mile
Bundled copper cable MDU edition (1:1 Phone Line)
LGW‐COT12P(GAM)
LGW‐COT12P ((GAM: G.hn Aggregated Multiplexer)
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product line‐up which is based on ITU‐T G.hn p
G.9960/G.9961 technology that enables data rates up to 500Mbps over bundle copper cable (bundle phone line)and addresses Gigabit speed internet associated with FTTH(Fiber to the home) applications. Investment of FTTH is expensive for deployment with SoC, SFP module, labor, scattered population, problems with fiber wiring to the home, and slow roll‐outs. LGW‐COT12P G.hn‐Based FTTDp (Fiber to the distribution point) solution has an impressive performance, is easier to deploy and provides substantial CAPEX savings compared to t
raditional FTTH
raditional FTTH.
LGW‐COT12P Series products enable Carriers to deliver FTTH‐class service to MDU apartments w
hile avoiding the costs of replacing copper wires with fiber and truck‐roll. These Gigabit speed dat
a rates ensure the access network is future‐proof and ready to provide high quality services such a
s multi‐stream FHD/UHD IPTV, cloud‐based storage or 802.11ac wireless hotspots.
The crosstalk in non‐shielded bundle cable is solved by the Marvell Crosstalk mitigation feature, which guaranties 3‐5times higher speed(200~500Mbps) than VDSL2 with same environment.
Feature ∙ ITU‐T G.9960 and G.9961 compliant
∙ 12Port G.hn Interface, 12Port PHONE Interface
∙ 1G SFP optical modules
∙ 2 different uplink modules supported
∙ BCM56143 inclusive
88LX3142 G hn Digital Processor inclusive
∙ 88LX3142, G.hn Digital Processor inclusive
∙ Max. 700Mbps IP throughput
∙ Dynamic PSD, Power Mask Notching
∙ Priority Parameter based QoS
∙ IPv6 supported
∙ Provides 5‐10 times speed than legacy VDSL :
‐ increased spectrum( up to 100MHZ)
g
‐ TDD with configurable unlink/downlink ratio
‐ NDIM technology for interference mitigation
∙ Advanced energy‐saving technology
The G.nowTM Access Solution For The Last Mile
Bundled copper cable MDU edition (1:1 Phone Line)
LGW‐COT12P(GAM) Specification
Hardware
System Architecture & Console
2 x Uplink module slots
1G SFP Combo
12 port PSTN
12 port RJ45
Console RJ45, RS232C(Baud Rate 9600)
Main Chipset
CPU Chipset : P2010NSN2HFC, Communications Processor with Network Acceleration Hardware
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Switching Chipset : BCM56143 , 24port 1 GB with 2x10GB Switch
G.hn Chipset : 88LX3142, G.hn digital Processor
Memory
1GB, DDR3 SDRAM
Physical Dimension
19” Rack Mount type, 1U
350(D) x 410(w) x 45mm(H)
Switching Fabric
88Gbps
Management
Syslog, SNMPv2, RMON, SSH, TFTP, FTP
Security by using password for log
by using password for log‐in
in via Console and Telnet
via Console and Telnet
NTP, Port mirroring, TCP DUMP
FAN
3ea FAN Module, Max. 7,500rpm
LED
Power, System Active, Management, G.hn Link
Environment Conditions
Input power & frequency
Power Consumption
Operating temperature/ humidity
Storage temperature
220V AC and 100MHz
Max 80W
‐10 ℃ ~ 60 ℃ / 0 ~ 90% non‐condensing
‐20 ℃ ~ 70 ℃
G.hn Standard and Certification Modulation
G.hn Framing
IPv6
Standard/
Certifications
OFDM(Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing)
IUT‐T Standard‐based G.hn G.9960/61
Enabled
ITU‐T G.9960 Support(G.hn PHY)
ITU‐T G.9961 Support(G.hn MAC)
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ITU‐T G.9962 Support(Management
ITU‐T G.9954 Support(Phoneline networking transceivers)
ITU‐T G.9980 (TR‐069 Remote management
IEEE 802.3z for 1000Base‐X
IEEE 802.3x for Flow control
IEEE 802.1p for CoS (Class of Service)
IEEE 802.1Q for VLAN Tagging
Certifications: Complies with UL, CE, CUL, FCC Part 15 Class B, EMC 89/336/EEC, ICES‐003
The G.nowTM Access Solution For The Last Mile
Bundled copper cable MDU edition (1:1 Phone Line)
LGW‐COT12P(GAM) Software
Mac Address numbers
16K
VLAN Number
256 VLAN
Layer 2
802.1W STP, RSTP, PVSTP
802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol
802.1Q VLAN(256) and VLAN Trunking
802.3ad Link Aggregation(MAX 32 Groups & 8members for each group)
Jumbo Frame up to 9K
Management
Syslog, SNMPv2, RMON, TFTP
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,
,
FTP, NTP, TCP DUMP, Port Mirroring
Security by using password for log‐in via Console and Telnet
Web Management Interface
Remote Reset
Remote H/W Reset
Dying Gasp
Remote reset through optical line
Watch dog
Multicast
IGMPv1/V2/V3
IGMP Snooping
IGMP Snooping Proxy Reporting
Multicast Group up to 512
Multicast Traffic Block / Filtering
Protection of malicious multicast traffic from subscriber port
DHCP Relay
DHCP Sever
DHCP message Filtering
DHCP Request Flooding protection(DHCP Snooping rate‐limiting)
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DHCP Option 82
DHCP
Security
QoS / ACL
DLF, Broadcast, TCP‐SYN, IGMP Attack protection
DHCP Filtering, Mac Filtering, NetBEUI, NetBIOS Filtering, NBT
Packet filtering based on IP address and TCP, UDP port
Packet control to well‐known port no
MAC Spoofing, flooding protection(static MAC, MAC count)
Multicast/Broadcast flooding protection
Service classifying for the Control Packet(Ping, Telnet, SNMP, FTP, TFTP etc.)
Service classifying for the Control Packet(Ping, Telnet, SNMP, FTP, TFTP etc.)
8 CPU queue, Rate‐limit to CPU traffic
Layer 2(Source/Destination MAC Address, VLAN ID, COS Field)
Layer 3(Source/Destination IP Address, DSCP Field)
Priority/Parameter based QoS
8 queue per port
SPQ, WRR, SPQ + SDWRR
Egress Rate‐shaping : port , queue
DSCP marking/remarking
Ingress ACL : 128
VDSL2
DS1 US1 DS2 US2 DS3
25K 138
Hz KHz
3.75
3
75 5
8 5M 12MH
5.2
2 8.5M
MHz MHz
Hz
z
G.now
US3
17.6
17
6 25MH ~30M
30M
MHz
z
Hz
50MH
z
~100
100
MHz
The G.nowTM Access Solution For The Last Mile
Bundled copper cable MDU edition (1:1 Phone Line)
LGW‐RT4P/1P(GNT : G.hn Node Terminal)
LTI LGW‐RTxP is a product line‐up which is based on ITU‐T G.hn G.9960/G.9961 technology. It i ITU‐T G.hn networking standard compliant Ethernet Terminal for any copper wire It is
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medium. LGW ‐RTxP is a LTI LGW‐COTxP slave modem utilized over Phone line and gigabit speed data service. LGW‐RTxP provide one or four GE port for IP device aggregation in Home
Specification
LGW‐RT4P(1P) Specification
System Architecture
G.hn Modem
G.hn Line 1PORT(RJ45 connector), GE LAN 1 / 4 PORT(RJ45 connector)
Memory
64MB, DDR2 SDRM
Physical Dimension
145 X 100 x 28mm / 91 X 59 X 28mm (W x D x H)
Max. Transfer Rate
Up to 500Mbps
Modulation
OFDM(Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing)
Management
HTTP Web‐based; Firmware upgrade via TFTP
Networking Protocols
802.1D Ethernet Bridge, 802.1Q VLAN, QoS, IGMP Snooping
Environment Conditions
Power Consumption
Max. 3.5W
Operating Temperature/Humidity 0 ℃ ~ 50 ℃ / 10 ~ 90%
EMC
EMI Class B
EMI Class B
Media Interface
Interface Type
RJ45, 1Port G.hn Interface
RJ45, 1 Port Phone Interface
RJ45, 1 Port / 4 Port Ethernet Interface
Power Switch / Input
On/Off Switch / DC12/1A
Surge
2KV
G.hn Specification
Standard/Certification
ITU‐T G.9960 Support(G.hn PHY)
ITU‐T G.9961 Support(G.hn MAC)
ITU‐T G.9962 Support(Management Plane)
ITU‐T G.9954 Support(Phoneline networking transceivers)
ITU‐T G.9980 (TR‐069 Remote management
IEEE 802.3z for 1000Base‐X
IEEE 802.3x for Flow control
IEEE 802.1p for CoS (Class of Service)
IEEE 802.1Q for VLAN Tagging
Certifications: Complies with UL, CE, CUL, FCC Part 15 Class B, EMC 89/336/EEC, IC
ES‐003
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and your consideration!
Sincerely
Sincerely,
Your BCL Team
Marketing/Sales & Distribution
k i /S l & i ib i
Gubong 2Gil No 6, 550-806 Yeosu, Korea
Phone : 82-050-2090-1011 / 82-2090-1014
info@bcl-com.com, www.bcl-com.com
Manufacture
#4th Fl, SindoRicoh Bldg, 98, Yatap-ro, Bundang-gu,
Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
Phone : 82-31-702-7161 / 82-10-7236-4633
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