IEEE 802.3bj was developed in response to the rapid growth of server, network and internet traffic. The standard meets the need for higher data rates over backplanes and copper cables for 100 Gbit/s throughput. The Creonic IP cores are the ideal solution for throughputs beyond 10 Gbit/s for FPGA devices and throughputs of up to 100 Gbit/s on state-of-the-art ASIC technologies.
100 Gbit/s Ethernet over backplane
Applications with highest throughput requirements
Standard Features the Core Supports
Compliant with IEEE 802.3bj, Clause 91
Support for KR4 (528, 514) and KP4 (544, 514) Reed-Solomon (RS) code
Corrects up to seven (KR4) or up to 15 (KP4) erroneous symbols.
High-throughput, low-latency core.
Support for single channel mode (up to 100 Gbit/s).
Support for bypass mode with low latency.
Symbol error measurement per lane.
Detection of un-correctable code words.
Block-to-block on-the-fly switching between KP4/KR4 codes.
Easy-to-use handshaking interfaces.
No internal RAM required.
Available for ASIC and FPGAs (Xilinx, Intel).
Deliverable includes Verilog source code or synthesized netlist, VHDL testbench, and bit-accurate Matlab, C or C++ simulation model.