3.3.4. RS-FEC (Reed Solomon Forward Error Correction) Options
The F-Tile PMA/FEC Direct PHY Intel® FPGA IP supports RS-FEC (528, 514), RS (544, 514), RS (272, 258). You can enable this functionality in the parameter editor by selecting the Enable RS-FEC option on the RS-FEC tab under Common Datapath Options.
F-Tile PMA/FEC Direct PHY Intel® FPGA IP is available in 25G FEC as a building block, which means the smallest module for FEC is one 25G. You must ensure that clock and reset signals are shared from the same 100G FEC core where they implement the IP.
When you turn on the Enable RS-FEC option for the F-Tile PMA/FEC Direct PHY Intel® FPGA IP uses the RS-FEC block, even if it uses only one channel in the IP. You can use the same F-Tile PMA/FEC Direct PHY Intel® FPGA IP core to implement different protocols. You can enable RS-FEC and TX/RX options independently. However, the FEC mode must be the same. If Enable RS-FEC if off, all the options below are grayed out.
The F-Tile PMA/FEC Direct PHY Intel® FPGA IP supports the following modes:
- Ethernet Technology Consortium* (ETC) RS (272,258)
- IEEE 802.3 RS (528,514) (CL 91)
- IEEE 802.3 RS (544,514) (CL 91) ETC
- Fibre Channel RS (528, 514)
- FlexO RS (528, 514)
- IEEE 802.3 RS (544,514) (CL 134)
- Custom IEEE 802.3 RS (544, 514) (CL 134) @26.5625Gbps
- Interlaken RS (544, 514)
- Fibre Channel RS (544, 514)
- FlexO RS (544, 514)
|Enable RS-FEC||On/Off||Enables the RS-FEC module. Default value is Off.
Note: When the Enable RS-FEC option is on, a separate interface is not available for each PMA by use of the Provide separate interface for each PMA option.
||Specifies the RS-FEC mode for various topologies. Default value is IEEE 802.3 RS (528,514) (CL 91).|
|Enable RS-FEC loopback||On/Off||Enables loopback for RS-FEC.|
|Enable RS-FEC Data interleave pattern||On/Off||FEC lanes are bit-interleaved on each physical lane. When enabled: 64/80 (only for IEEE 802). Default value is Off.|
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