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Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs) clearly represent the greatest potential bottleneck to efficient data transfer across the network today. Over the past few years, the emergence of Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) significantly increased the capacity of the existing long-haul optical transfer infrastructure at the core of the network. At the same time, the rapid build out of broadband access technologies dramatically improved throughput in the access network. Unfortunately, development of the MANs lying between these two network segments significantly lagged behind.

To enable wide deployment of 10 Gigabit Ethernet, the component cost per port needs to drop by a factor of four to under $500 and the resale system level price per port needs to drop to below $2,000 per port.

Oversubscription at the MAC The first intelligent component in an Ethernet system is the Media Access Controller (MAC). This is the first point where the system can look inside a packet to determine type and priority, and therefore the optimal place to implement oversubscription.

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Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs) clearly represent the greatest potential bottleneck to efficient data transfer across the network today. Over the past few years, the emergence of Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) significantly increased the capacity of the existing long-haul optical transfer infrastructure at the core of the network. At the same time, the rapid build out of broadband access technologies dramatically improved throughput in the access network. Unfortunately, development of the MANs lying between these two network segments significantly lagged behind.

To enable wide deployment of 10 Gigabit Ethernet, the component cost per port needs to drop by a factor of four to under $500 and the resale system level price per port needs to drop to below $2,000 per port.

Oversubscription at the MAC The first intelligent component in an Ethernet system is the Media Access Controller (MAC). This is the first point where the system can look inside a packet to determine type and priority, and therefore the optimal place to implement oversubscription.

Lest I forget, congratulations to everyone at 802.11n for getting a draft standard out right on schedule–at least what I assumed the schedule would be. Given the warring parties involved, it's almost a miracle. Coming at the same time as the failure and disbanding of the 802.15.3a ultrawideband effort, 802.11n reminds us how fragile the standards process is. In the case of 15.3a, maybe it was just too soon. Maybe the world isn't ready for a UWB standard, or one isn't required. The market will decide, as the saying goes, and that ain't all bad.

Digital designers are well versed in the development of digital test programs in which test vectors are usually input into automatic-test-pattern-generator (ATPG) software to develop a digital test pattern. Joint Test Action Group (JTAG) boundary-scan and internal-scan techniques are also used to provide at least 98% fault coverage in the digital circuitry. Existing digital logic testers are frequently used to test these digital circuits.

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To enable wide deployment of 10 Gigabit Ethernet, the component cost per port needs to drop by a factor of four to under $500 and the resale system level price per port needs to drop to below $2,000 per port.

Oversubscription at the MAC The first intelligent component in an Ethernet system is the Media Access Controller (MAC). This is the first point where the system can look inside a packet to determine type and priority, and therefore the optimal place to implement oversubscription.

Lest I forget, congratulations to everyone at 802.11n for getting a draft standard out right on schedule–at least what I assumed the schedule would be. Given the warring parties involved, it's almost a miracle. Coming at the same time as the failure and disbanding of the 802.15.3a ultrawideband effort, 802.11n reminds us how fragile the standards process is. In the case of 15.3a, maybe it was just too soon. Maybe the world isn't ready for a UWB standard, or one isn't required. The market will decide, as the saying goes, and that ain't all bad.

Digital designers are well versed in the development of digital test programs in which test vectors are usually input into automatic-test-pattern-generator (ATPG) software to develop a digital test pattern. Joint Test Action Group (JTAG) boundary-scan and internal-scan techniques are also used to provide at least 98% fault coverage in the digital circuitry. Existing digital logic testers are frequently used to test these digital circuits.

Oversubscription at the MAC The first intelligent component in an Ethernet system is the Media Access Controller (MAC). This is the first point where the system can look inside a packet to determine type and priority, and therefore the optimal place to implement oversubscription.

Lest I forget, congratulations to everyone at 802.11n for getting a draft standard out right on schedule–at least what I assumed the schedule would be. Given the warring parties involved, it's almost a miracle. Coming at the same time as the failure and disbanding of the 802.15.3a ultrawideband effort, 802.11n reminds us how fragile the standards process is. In the case of 15.3a, maybe it was just too soon. Maybe the world isn't ready for a UWB standard, or one isn't required. The market will decide, as the saying goes, and that ain't all bad.

Digital designers are well versed in the development of digital test programs in which test vectors are usually input into automatic-test-pattern-generator (ATPG) software to develop a digital test pattern. Joint Test Action Group (JTAG) boundary-scan and internal-scan techniques are also used to provide at least 98% fault coverage in the digital circuitry. Existing digital logic testers are frequently used to test these digital circuits.

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Lest I forget, congratulations to everyone at 802.11n for getting a draft standard out right on schedule–at least what I assumed the schedule would be. Given the warring parties involved, it's almost a miracle. Coming at the same time as the failure and disbanding of the 802.15.3a ultrawideband effort, 802.11n reminds us how fragile the standards process is. In the case of 15.3a, maybe it was just too soon. Maybe the world isn't ready for a UWB standard, or one isn't required. The market will decide, as the saying goes, and that ain't all bad.

Digital designers are well versed in the development of digital test programs in which test vectors are usually input into automatic-test-pattern-generator (ATPG) software to develop a digital test pattern. Joint Test Action Group (JTAG) boundary-scan and internal-scan techniques are also used to provide at least 98% fault coverage in the digital circuitry. Existing digital logic testers are frequently used to test these digital circuits.

Digital designers are well versed in the development of digital test programs in which test vectors are usually input into automatic-test-pattern-generator (ATPG) software to develop a digital test pattern. Joint Test Action Group (JTAG) boundary-scan and internal-scan techniques are also used to provide at least 98% fault coverage in the digital circuitry. Existing digital logic testers are frequently used to test these digital circuits.

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