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IEEE 802.3 10Broad-36

In the IEEE 802.3 10Broad-36 standard, a 75-ohm wideband coaxial cable from CATV technology is used.

The topology of 10Broad-36 is an irregular tree topology whose root is the head-end station. The amplification in the head-end station allows a maximum distance of 3600 m between two stations. The standard leaves the AUI interface unchanged.

In the context of broadband technology, a home channel and a return channel are required. An IEEE 802.3 10Broad-36 Medium Attachment Unit( MAU) requires a bandwidth of 18 MHz in each direction, for a total of 36 MHz. In each direction, 14 MHz are used for the transmission of the actual signal and 4 MHz for signaling.

In addition to single-cable systems with midsplit technology or highsplit technology with a frequency offset of 192.25 MHz or 156.25 MHz, dual-cable systems are also supported.

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Englisch: IEEE 802.3 10Broad-36
Updated at: 15.11.2020
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Links: indium (In), IEEE 802.3, standard (STD), coaxial cable (COAX), cable television (CATV)
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