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Next Generation G-PON

Yuanqiu Luo, Huawei

Next Generation G-PON Yuanqiu Luo, Huawei

FSAN NG-PON technology roadmap

NG-PON2 E.g. Higher-rate TDM, DWDM, CDM, OFDM, etc. “Coexistence” NG-PON1 incl. enables gradual migration in
NG-PON2
E.g. Higher-rate TDM,
DWDM, CDM,
OFDM, etc.
“Coexistence”
NG-PON1 incl.
enables gradual
migration in the
same ODN.
long-reach option
WDM option to
enable to overlay/multiple
XG-PONs
XG-PON
G-PON
(Up: 2.5G or 10G,
Down: 10G)
1GE-PON
~2010
~2015
Capacity

FSAN NG-PON taxonomy

FSAN NG-PON taxonomy NG-PON1 supports the coexistence with G-PON on the same ODN NG-PON2 could be
FSAN NG-PON taxonomy NG-PON1 supports the coexistence with G-PON on the same ODN NG-PON2 could be

NG-PON1 supports the coexistence with G-PON on the same ODN

NG-PON1 supports the coexistence with G-PON on the same ODN NG-PON2 could be “disruptive" with no
NG-PON1 supports the coexistence with G-PON on the same ODN NG-PON2 could be “disruptive" with no
NG-PON1 supports the coexistence with G-PON on the same ODN NG-PON2 could be “disruptive" with no
NG-PON1 supports the coexistence with G-PON on the same ODN NG-PON2 could be “disruptive" with no

NG-PON2 could be “disruptive" with no requirement for coexistence with G-PON on the same ODN

G-PON on the same ODN NG-PON2 could be “disruptive" with no requirement for coexistence with G-PON
G-PON on the same ODN NG-PON2 could be “disruptive" with no requirement for coexistence with G-PON
G-PON on the same ODN NG-PON2 could be “disruptive" with no requirement for coexistence with G-PON

FSAN and ITU-T Q2/SG15

•

Full Service Access Network (FSAN)

FSAN and ITU-T Q2/SG15 • Full Service Access Network (FSAN) – An interest group for the

– An interest group for the world's leading telecommunications services providers, independent test labs, and equipment suppliers to work towards a common goal of truly broadband fiber access networks

– 85 Members

• 31 operators, 46 vendors, 8 observers/test labs

• 31 operators, 46 vendors, 8 observers/test labs • ITU-T Q2/SG15 – Question 2 of SG15,

ITU-T Q2/SG15

46 vendors, 8 observers/test labs • ITU-T Q2/SG15 – Question 2 of SG15, responsible for optical

– Question 2 of SG15, responsible for optical access networks

• 1997-2000, ATM-PON (A-PON), G.983 series

• 2001-2004, broadband PON (B-PON), G.983 series; gigabit PON (G- PON), G.984 series

• 2005-2008, improved and extensive enhancement of G-PON

• 2009-2012, G.987/988 series (XG-PON) and other

G.984 series • 2005-2008, improved and extensive enhancement of G-PON • 2009-2012, G.987/988 series (XG-PON) and

FSAN members

Vendors

Vendors

Observer/ITL

Operators

Adtran

Marvell

ETRI

AT&T

ADVA

Maxim

ICL/ITRI

Bell Canada

Alcatel-Lucent

Mitsubishi

Iometrix

British Telecom

Alphion

Motorola

LAN

BSNL

BroadCom

NEC

NTT-AT

China Mobile

BroadLight

NeoPhotonics

RITT

China Telecom

Calix

Nokia Siemens

Telcordia

China Unicom

Cambridge

Nortel

Univ. New Hampshire

Chunghwa Telecom

Comtrend

Occam Networks

CTBC

Cortina

Opencon

Deutsche Telekom

ECI Telecom

OKI

du

Ericsson

Optical Zonu

ETISALAT

Finisar

Pannaway

France Telecom

Freescale

Phyworks

Korea Telecom

Fujitsu

PMC Sierra

Kuwait

Gemfire

RAD

LPTIC

Hisense-Ligent

TECOM

NTT

Hitachi

Tellabs

Portugal Telecom

Huawei

TXP Corporation

Qwest

JDS Uniphase

Vitesse

SaskTel

Lantiq

Zarlink

SingTel

LG Nortel

SK Telecom/SK Broadband

LS Cable

Zhone ZTE

Embarq/Sprint Telecom Egypt Telecom Italia Telefonica Telecom Malaysia Telstra Telus Verizon Vodafone

FSAN and ITU-T Q2/SG15

FSAN Next Generation PON Task Group

XG-PON Specifications

General

Requirements

PHY and Reach Extension

TC

Layer

OMCI

NG-PON1 White Paper & XG-PON Contributions

OMCI NG-PON1 White Paper & XG-PON Contributions ITU-T Q2/SG15 G.987 Recommendation Series G.987.1 for

ITU-T Q2/SG15 G.987 Recommendation Series

G.987.1 for General Requirements

G.987.2 for PHY and RE

G.987.3

G.988

for TC

for

Layer

OMCI

• Mature technical spec in FSAN is delivered to ITU-T Q2/SG15

• ITU-T Q2/SG15 drafts and standardizes PON spec

OMCI • Mature technical spec in FSAN is delivered to ITU-T Q2/SG15 • ITU-T Q2/SG15 drafts

NG-PON1 candidate technologies

• Physical split reduction (No new technology)

• WDM bidirectional split reduction (muxed G-PON)

• WDM downstream-only split reduction (stacked G-PON)

• XG-PON1: 10G down, Nx2.5G up

• XG-PON2: 10G symmetric

• Reach enhanced versions of the XG-PONs

(stacked G-PON) • XG-PON1: 10G down, Nx2.5G up • XG-PON2: 10G symmetric • Reach enhanced versions

The selection of XG-PON

Future Systems (NG-PON2) Downstream 10/10G EPON (XG-PON2) 10/1G EPON 10G XG-PON1 Stacked Muxed Nx2.5G G-PON
Future Systems (NG-PON2)
Downstream
10/10G EPON
(XG-PON2)
10/1G EPON
10G
XG-PON1
Stacked
Muxed
Nx2.5G
G-PON
G-PON
2.5G
G-PON
Acceptable
Turbo EPON
bandwidth
asymmetry
1G
EPON
Upstream

1.2G

2.5G

Nx1.2G

Nx2.5G

10G

G-PON 2.5G G-PON Acceptable Turbo EPON bandwidth asymmetry 1G EPON Upstream 1 . 2 G 2.5G

XG-PON Architecture

Rx ONU Tx Central Office XG-PON OLT Rx ONU Tx 10G Tx Rx ONU 2.5G
Rx
ONU
Tx
Central Office
XG-PON OLT
Rx
ONU
Tx
10G Tx
Rx
ONU
2.5G Rx
Tx
G-PON
WDM
Rx
ONU
OLT
Tx
WBF
ONU

• Single channel 10G DS, single channel 2.5G US

• TDM/TDMA

• Sharing ODN with G-PON

WDM Rx ONU OLT Tx WBF ONU • Single channel 10G DS, single channel 2.5G US

XG-PON wavelength plan

GPON XG-PON Up up 1260 1280 1300 1320 1340 1360 GPON Vid XG - Guard
GPON
XG-PON
Up
up
1260
1280
1300
1320
1340
1360
GPON
Vid
XG
-
Guard
Guard
Guard
PON
down
Ovr
band
band
Dn
band
1480
1500
1520
1540
1560
1580
1600
1620
1640

• Coexistence with G-PON via WDM

• No interference on G-PON RF video channel

1520 1540 1560 1580 1600 1620 1640 • Coexistence with G-PON via WDM • No interference

XG-PON layering structure

ONU management and control interface (OMCI) Higher layers (frames/packets of Eth, TDM, SDH, IP, …)
ONU management and
control interface (OMCI)
Higher layers (frames/packets of
Eth, TDM, SDH, IP, …)
(G.988)
Management of equip, ANI & traffic, layer 2,
layer 3, Eth service, xDSL, TDM service,
voice, home networks …
XG-PON
encapsulation method
(XGEM) client
Transmission convergence (TC) (G.987.3)
Scrambler, FEC, DS/US frame structure, DBA control, PLOAM, XGEM, ONU activation, Timing,
security, power saving, performance monitoring
Physical media dependent (PMD) (G.987.2)
Power budget, split ratio, distance, line code, line rate, wavelength, optical interface parameters
Fiber media
XG-PON
Power budget, split ratio, distance, line code, line rate, wavelength, optical interface parameters Fiber media XG-PON

XG-PON for full service access

G.987.1

CR

BRAS SR Metro Aggr
BRAS
SR
Metro
Aggr

CR

Metro

core

Service PoP
Service PoP

Metro

aggregation

CO
CO
FTTCell
FTTCell
CR BRAS SR Metro Aggr CR Metro core Service PoP Metro aggregation CO FTTCell XG-PON OLT

XG-PON OLT

Access

FTTH, FTTC FTTB, FTTO
FTTH, FTTC
FTTB, FTTO

Physical media dependent (PMD) layer

G.987.2

Item

Description

Power budget

Norminal (29dB, 31dB), coexistence with deployed B+ ODN Extended (33dB, 35dB), coexistence with C+ ODN

Line rate

DS: 9.95328 Gb/s (10G nominal) US: 2.48832 Gb/s (2.5G nominal)

Line code

Non-return-to-zero (NRZ)

Split ratio

Minimum 1:64 1:128 &1:256 are of high interest

Distance

Maximum fibre distance is at least 20 km TC layer supports maximum distance of 60 km TC layer supports maximum differential distance up to 40 km

is at least 20 km TC layer supports maximum distance of 60 km TC layer supports

Transmission convergence (TC) layer

G.987.3

Item

Description

PHY adaptation

FEC: DS RS(248,216); US RS(248,232) Scrambler: 58-bit frame-synchronous scrambling with preload Burst profile: adapt to different bursts

XGTC framing

DS & US frame, word alignment framing, enhanced PLOAM channel capacity, straightforward BWmap-based TDMA

Service adaptation

XGEM: service data unit encapsulation and fragmentation (up to 16K byte PDUs, key index)

Timing

Time synchronization for mobile backhaul

Security

Mutual authentication, unicast/broadcast encryption & key management Integrity protection for PLOAM and OMCI

Power saving

Doze mode: ONU Rx alive, ONU optionally powering down Tx Cyclic sleep mode: In a cyclic sleep interval, ONU powers down Rx and Tx

ONU Rx alive, ONU optionally powering down Tx Cyclic sleep mode: In a cyclic sleep interval,

ONU management and control interface (OMCI) G.988

Item

Description

OMCI enhancement

Extending B-PON/G-PON OMCI to support larger PDUs for enhanced efficiency Extending G-PON OMCI to support emerging services

Security improvement

Strong mutual authentication and related management entities

Fault management

Improved fault and failure detection/notification via OMCI

Implementers’ guide

XG-PON interoperability, best practices of OMCI

and failure detection/notification via OMCI Implementers’ guide XG-PON interoperability, best practices of OMCI

XG-PON standard as a joint effort

G.987.1 General requirements G.987.2 PMD & RE
G.987.1
General
requirements
G.987.2
PMD &
RE

Anna Cui (AT&T), Fabrice Bourgart (FT), Junichi Kani (NTT)

Richard Goodson (Adtran), Joe Smith (ALU)

Rapporteur:

Frank Effenberger (Huawei)

G.987.3 Transmission convergence
G.987.3
Transmission
convergence
G.988 OMCI
G.988
OMCI

Denis Khotimsky (Motorola), Yuanqiu Luo (Huawei), Hiroaki Mukai (Mitsubishi)

David Hood (Ericsson), Wei Lin (Huawei)

OMCI Denis Khotimsky (Motorola), Yuanqiu Luo (Huawei), Hiroaki Mukai (Mitsubishi) David Hood (Ericsson), Wei Lin (Huawei)

XG-PON standard progress

May2009 ITU-T G.987 series editorship announcement, G.987 scope and living list review Sep.2009 G.987, G.987.1,
May2009
ITU-T G.987 series editorship announcement,
G.987 scope and living list review
Sep.2009
G.987, G.987.1, G.987.2 consent
June2010
G.987.3, G.988 consent
ITU-T Q2/SG15 study period (2009-2012)
G.987, G.987.1, G.987.2 consent June2010 G.987.3, G.988 consent … … … ITU-T Q2/SG15 study period (2009-2012)

XG-PON field trial overview

XG-PON field trial overview
XG-PON field trial overview

XG-PON field trial performance

Physical layer - Compliant

XG-PON trial system meets G.987 specs on loss budget

Wavelength: DS-1577.24nm (1577 nm), US-1268.8nm (1270 nm)

Receive sensitivity: Meets G.987 specs

Throughput - Compliant

Downstream = 10 Gbps, Upstream = 2.5 Gbps

ODN - Compliant

Ranging distance up to 35km

Coexistence with G-PON - Compliant

No interference between the XG-PON signal and the existing G-PON signal

RF video compatible - Compliant

No influence/interference on Video service

Verizon field trail in 2009 showed no major technical issues with XG-PON

Detailed field trail results were jointly reported by Verizon and Huawei in OFC’2010 postdeadline paper “World’s First XG-PON Trial”

results were jointly reported by Verizon and Huawei in OFC’2010 postdeadline paper “World’s First XG-PON Trial”
results were jointly reported by Verizon and Huawei in OFC’2010 postdeadline paper “World’s First XG-PON Trial”

Conclusions

• FSAN / ITU-T has thought long and hard over the next PON

Coexistence with current deployment is key

Cost effective bandwidth is the watch-word

• XG-PON provides a good blend of characteristics

Compatibility with G-PON and GE-PON

Higher bandwidth, with acceptable asymmetry

High loss budget capabilities

Low cost for equipment

• Timeline

Comprehensive standards completed by June 2010 (this month!)

First trial was in 2009 and showed no major technical issues

Significant deployments in 2012

2010 (this month!) – First trial was in 2009 and showed no major technical issues –