HW3000M/HW2000 Home WireTM Home Phoneline Networking

HW3000M/HW2000 Home WireTM Home Phoneline Networking
Preliminary Product Brief
August 2000
HW3000M/HW2000 Home WireTM
Home Phoneline Networking Physical Layer
PHY Features
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Highly integrated home phoneline networking
physical layer (PHY) solution with 802.3u-compatible media independent interface (MII):
— HW3000M HomePNA* PHY
— HW2000 analog front end (AFE)
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Ideally suited for applications requiring add-on
HomePNA functionality:
— USB-HomePNA adapters
— PC motherboards
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Support for the HomePNA Interface Specification
2.0:
— Adaptive rate selection: 1 Mbit/s to 16 Mbits/s
— Packet buffering, collision detection, and
retransmission logic adhere to HomePNA 2.0
medium-specific demands
Compliant with HomePNA PHY Specification 1.1:
— Integrated 1 Mbit/s PHY on the HW3000M.
— Automatically selects between HomePNA
Revision 1.1/2.0 modulation and protocol based
on capabilities of partner station on the network
Support for multimedia and real-time applications
using priority-based queuing quality of service
(QoS):
— Implements eight levels of packet priority
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Host configuration and status monitoring entirely
through an MDIO/MDC interface
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Intelligent power management capabilities:
— Disable Tx and Rx logic under idle conditions
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Support for various loopback test modes, including
loopback test at the digital interface to the integrated HomePNA 1.1 PHY
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Compatible with existing services:
— Voice
— V.90 and emerging V.92 analog modes
— G.Lite splitterless DSL (G.992.2)
— Full-rate DSL (G.992.1)
— ISDN
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Highly integrated HW2000 AFE:
— Support for all HomePNA 2.0 front-end transmit
and receive operations
— Minimal additional components required
— 10-bit ADC and DAC
— Integrated crystal oscillator: 28 MHz fundamental mode crystal
— On-chip filtering
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Low-power, 3.3 V, 0.20 µm technology
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100-pin TQFP
Media Independent Interface
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IEEE † 802.3u-compatible media independent interface (MII):
— Enhanced mode operation on MII
— Direct connection to external media access controllers (MACs)
— Support for universal serial bus (USB)-local
area network (LAN) controllers
Provides 24 MHz ± 5% Tx and Rx clocks to the
external system MAC
Additional Chip Set Features
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LED support:
— Link activity
— Rx activity
— Tx activity
— Collision detect
— Carrier sense
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IEEE 1149.1 compliant JTAG test access port
* HomePNA is an acroynym for Home Phoneline Networking Alliance. It is a trademark of HomePNA, Inc.
† IEEE is a registered trademark of The Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers, Inc.
HW3000M/HW2000 Home Wire
Home Phoneline Networking Physical Layer
Description
The Lucent Technologies Microelectronics Group’s
HW3000M/HW2000 Home Wire PHY is a highly integrated solution designed to quickly add high-speed networking over existing, residential telephone wiring to
existing products, such as 10/100 Mbits/s Ethernet
designs. The Home Wire PHY provides a direct connection to an external IEEE 802.3 MAC or to a USB-toEthernet controller through its IEEE 802.3u-compatible
MII. The Home Wire PHY provides automatic rate
adaptation, instantaneously adjusting to the changing
electrical characteristics of the home phoneline communications channel, in order to select the optimal
speed which can reach a maximum of 16 Mbits/s.
The two-device HW3000M/HW2000 Home Wire PHY
fully supports the HomePNA Interface Specification
2.0. The HomePNA was formed to develop specifications for interoperable, home networked devices that
use existing residential telephone wiring, regardless of
the topology. The chip set is also fully compliant with
the HomePNA PHY Specification Revision 1.1, in order
to provide backwards compatibility with existing applications and home phoneline networks built around
HomePNA 1.1 technology.
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In order to provide a robust, cost-effective, and simpleto-use home phoneline networking solution, the Home
Wire PHY is compatible with the existing IEEE 802.3u
MII specification. Up to 25 PCs, peripherals, or network
devices can be installed on a single home phoneline
network that can span up to 1000 feet between the two
farthest points.
The HW3000M/HW2000 Home Wire PHY is fully compatible with existing phone services such as voice, facsimile, V.90/V.92 modem connections, ISDN voice and
data, ADSL, and G.Lite. Products based on the Home
Wire PHY will not compromise or interrupt any of these
services. Frequency division multiplexing (FDM) technology is used to simultaneously support existing and
emerging telephone services along with networked
HomePNA data traffic. The frequency ranges for
HomePNA based products have been carefully
selected to avoid interference from these various services that may be encountered in a typical home. As
shown in Figure 1, signals from the Home Wire PHY
are centered at 7 MHz, with the signal ranging from
4.25 MHz to 9.75 MHz. This frequency range is well
above the frequencies used for existing phone services.
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HW3000M/HW2000 Home Wire
Home Phoneline Networking Physical Layer
Preliminary Product Brief
August 2000
Description (continued)
VOICE/V.90/V.92
ADSL
HOME PHONELINE
(HomePNA) NETWORKING
G.LITE
4 kHz
26 kHz
552 kHz
2 MHz
4.25 MHz
9.75 MHz
FREQUENCY
5-8802.r3
Figure 1. Home Wire PHY Compatibility with Existing Service
The Home Wire PHY-based designs unleash the power
of networking in the home by enabling a host of applications, allowing users to maximize their investment in
peripheral devices, and take full advantage of existing
narrowband or future broadband connections. The
Home Wire PHY supports multimedia and real-time
applications using priority-based queuing to ensure
quality of service (QOS), enabling such applications as
voice and video over IP in the home. The embedded
Home Wire PHY provides the core technology for the
following:
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Internet connection sharing
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Peripheral sharing (i.e., printers, scanners, etc.)
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File and application sharing
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Entertainment (i.e., multiplayer gaming)
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Home automation
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IP telephony
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Video over IP
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PC-to-PC intercom
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Residential gateways
The Home Wire PHY is designed to support the rapid
proliferation of HomePNA 2.0 technology into various
embedded products and PCs that support an existing
IEEE 802.3 MAC.
The Home Wire PHY will enable quick deployment of
products such as combination LAN and HomePNA 2.0,
which will allow a laptop user to take advantage of the
office 10/100Base-T network and the residential home
phoneline network. For users who do not want to install
a card in their PC, a USB-HomePNA adapter powered
by the Home Wire PHY is the ideal product.
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Home Phoneline Networking Physical Layer
Preliminary Product Brief
August 2000
Functional Description
The HW3000M Home Wire PHY has been designed so that customers can add HomePNA 2.0 functionality to their
existing motherboard and other products quickly and cost-effectively. The HW3000M serves as a transceiver that
modulates/demodulates baseband network traffic to/from an IEEE 802.3 MAC to meet the signaling requirements
set forth in the HomePNA 2.0 standard. On the host side, the HW3000M connects to an 802.3-compliant MAC via
an MII. On the network side, it connects to the HW2000 AFE using a pair of high-speed parallel buses.
Figure 2 is a block diagram of a 10/100 LAN-based product with HomePNA 2.0 functionality provided by the Home
Wire PHY. Figure 3 is a block diagram of a USB-HomePNA adapter using the Home Wire PHY.
Home Wire PHY
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES
Home Wire
HW3000M
10/100 LAN
CONTROLLER
WITH PHY
PCI
MII
HW2000 AFE I/O
LUCENT
TECHNOLOGIES
Home Wire
HW2000
AFE
HomePNA
AND
ETHERNET
MAGNETICS
RJ11
PHONELINE
RJ45
LAN
WIRING
MII
HomePNA 1.1 AFE
LEDs
LEDs
5-8803.c
Figure 2. 10/100 LAN Adapter with Home Wire PHY System Block Diagram
Home Wire PHY
USB-LAN
CONTROLLER
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES
Home Wire
HW3000M
MII
USB
INTERFACE
HW2000 AFE I/O
LUCENT
TECHNOLOGIES
Home Wire
HW2000
AFE
HomePNA
MAGNETICS
RJ11
PHONELINE
HomePNA 1.1 AFE
LEDs
LEDs
EXTERNAL
MEMORY
5-8804.g
Figure 3. USB-HomePNA 2.0 Adapter with Home Wire PHY System Block Diagram
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HW3000M/HW2000 Home Wire
Home Phoneline Networking Physical Layer
Functional Description (continued)
HW2000 Overview
HW2000 AFE Interface
The HW2000 is the analog front-end for the HW3000M
and provides the HomePNA 2.0 line interface functionality. The HW2000 is composed of the following functional blocks:
The HW3000M supports a 17-pin interface to the
HW2000 AFE. The interface consists of a two-phase,
multiplexed data converter interface with control logic
used to control the positioning of the MSB of the data
as well as the internal gain or attenuation of the
HW2000 receiver and transmitter paths.
Integrated HomePNA 1.1 PHY
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Integrated crystal oscillator
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10-bit ADC and DAC
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Variable gain amplifiers
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Line drivers
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Filtering
In order to provide backwards compatibility with existing applications and home phoneline networks based
on HomePNA 1.1 technology, the HW3000M supports
an on-chip HomePNA 1.1 PHY.
Only minimal additional components (i.e., resistive
hybrid, magnetics) are required to implement the
HomePNA 2.0 line interface functionality.
The HW3000M supports a 4-pin 1M8 interface from the
integrated PHY port to the external resistive hybrid.
Home Wire PHY: Support Tools
Media Independent Interface (MII)
The HW3000M supports an IEEE 802.3u-compatible
MII that provides direct connection to external IEEE
802.3 MACs and other devices that support an MII,
including PC motherboard chip sets and USB-Ethernet
LAN controllers.
The primary HW3000M/HW2000 Home Wire PHY
evaluation tool is the HW3000M/HW2000 Home Wire
PHY evaluation module. This module is a complete
HomePNA 2.0 transceiver with a standard MII connector. The module consists of a small form factor PCB
with the Home Wire PHY, magnetics, dual RJII connector, MII connector, and voltage regulator. The Home
Wire PHY module can be easily connected to a target
system for quick evaluation of this mode of operation.
The HW3000M provides a 24 MHz ± 5% Tx and Rx
clock to the external controller.
JTAG Interface
The HW3000M supports an IEEE 1149.1 compliant
JTAG boundary-scan test access port interface.
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Home Phoneline Networking Physical Layer
Preliminary Product Brief
August 2000
Home Wire Chip Set Product Family Overview
Table 1. Product Feature Matrix
Feature
HW3130
HW3100
HW3000S
HW3000M
PCI Interface, Revision 2.2
Host-Controlled Modem Interface
Microprocessor-Slave Interface
MII
Serial EEPROM Interface
LED Interface
Integrated HomePNA Revision 1.1 PHY
HW2000 HomePNA 2.0 AFE Interface
Device Package
✓
✓
—
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
160-pin MQFP
✓
✓
—
—
✓
✓
✓
✓
144-pin TQFP
—
—
✓
—
✓
✓
✓
✓
100-pin TQFP
—
—
—
✓
—
✓
✓
✓
100-pin TQFP
Key:
✓: Supported.
— : Not supported.
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