ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5.

2 (2009-05)
Technical Report

Transmission and Multiplexing (TM); Access networks; Spectral management on metallic access networks; Part 1: Definitions and signal library

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ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5.2 (2009-05)

Reference
RTR/ATTM-06018-1

Keywords
access, ADSL, HDSL, ISDN, local loop, modem, network, POTS, SDSL, spectral management, transmission, unbundling, VDSL, xDSL

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ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5.2 (2009-05)

Contents
Intellectual Property Rights ................................................................................................................................8 Foreword.............................................................................................................................................................8 1 2
2.1 2.2

Scope ........................................................................................................................................................9 References ................................................................................................................................................9
Normative references .......................................................................................................................................10 Informative references......................................................................................................................................10

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3.1 3.2

Definitions and abbreviations.................................................................................................................11
Definitions........................................................................................................................................................11 Abbreviations ...................................................................................................................................................14

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4.1 4.2

The technical purpose of Spectral Management ....................................................................................14
Bounding spectral pollution .............................................................................................................................15 The individual components of spectral pollution .............................................................................................15

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5.1 5.2 5.3

Reference model of the local loop wiring ..............................................................................................16
The concept of ports; interfaces to the Local Loop Wiring (LLW)..................................................................17 Bounding spectral pollution by limiting signals at the ports ............................................................................17 Reference model...............................................................................................................................................18

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7.1 7.2

Minimum set of characteristics for signal descriptions..........................................................................19 Cluster 0 signals (DC power feeding) ....................................................................................................19
"Class A" TNV power feeding (from LT-port) ................................................................................................20 "Class B" RFT power feeding (from the LT-port) ...........................................................................................20

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8.1 8.1.1 8.1.2 8.1.3 8.1.4 8.1.5 8.1.6 8.1.7 8.1.8

Cluster 1 signals (voice band) ................................................................................................................21
"POTS" signals (voice band lines 300 Hz to 3 400 Hz) ...................................................................................21 Total signal voltage.....................................................................................................................................21 Peak amplitude............................................................................................................................................21 Narrow-band signal voltage........................................................................................................................21 Unbalance about earth ................................................................................................................................23 Feeding power (from the LT-port)..............................................................................................................24 Reference impedance ZR .............................................................................................................................24 Ringing signal .............................................................................................................................................24 Metering signals..........................................................................................................................................25

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9.1 9.1.1 9.1.2 9.1.3 9.1.4 9.1.5 9.2 9.2.1 9.2.2 9.2.3 9.2.4 9.2.5 9.3 9.3.1 9.3.2 9.3.3 9.3.4

Cluster 2 signals (semi broadband) ........................................................................................................25
"ISDN.2B1Q" signals.......................................................................................................................................25 Total signal power ......................................................................................................................................25 Peak amplitude............................................................................................................................................25 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP)...........................................................................................................26 Unbalance about earth ................................................................................................................................27 Feeding power (from the LT-port)..............................................................................................................28 "ISDN.MMS.43" signals ..................................................................................................................................28 Total signal power ......................................................................................................................................28 Peak amplitude............................................................................................................................................28 Narrow-band signal power..........................................................................................................................28 Unbalance about earth ................................................................................................................................29 Feeding power (from the LT-port)..............................................................................................................30 "Proprietary.SymDSL.CAP.QAM" signals......................................................................................................30 Total signal power ......................................................................................................................................31 Peak amplitude............................................................................................................................................31 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP)...........................................................................................................31 Unbalance about earth ................................................................................................................................32

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10.1

Cluster 3 signals (symmetrical broadband) ............................................................................................33
"HDSL.2B1Q/3" signals (392 kbaud leased lines) ...........................................................................................33

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........2................................CAP/2" signals ........................................................58 Unbalance about earth ........................................52 Feeding power (from the LT-port)...................................................................................................................1 10...........4 10.................35 Feeding power (from the LT-port)............................4.............................4 10....43 "SDSL::Fn" signals ........65 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP).........3 10...................................1 10................................................................................................3...5........SymDSL.....42 Feeding power (from the LT-port)......................48 Peak amplitude............................4 10....................6...............................................................5........7.....................................................................................36 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP).......................................................1.................................................................................58 Peak amplitude........................................................................................................6.....6 10.....1 10.....................................................2 10...................................................................................................................65 Unbalance about earth .....2B1Q/1" signals (1 160 kbaud leased lines) ....................................................11.........52 "e-SDSL::Fn" signals (enhanced SDSL) ..........38 "HDSL................................................................................................................................4 10.......................................................................8.......53 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP)..................................2 10...............................................................................................4............................................6.....................3 10.....66 ETSI ...................CAP..SymDSL..................CAP.......3......................................................................5....52 Total signal power ..............................................................................................................59 "Proprietary.............2 10..............2................5 10......5 10............................................PAM::Fn" signals..............36 "HDSL.........................................................................................1...........................................37 Feeding power (from the LT-port).......................................5 10........................33 Peak amplitude......2 10..............................4...................................2...............................5 10.............4..................9...1 10....................................................................................................4 10......1 10....................................................................5 10....................1 10...........................................................................................................7...5 10.......................................1 10...............................4 10................34 Unbalance about earth ........................................................62 "Proprietary...............................................................................61 Peak amplitude..........................3 10...............................................2 10...................5...................4 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1...................................................................................................................................................................................................................3 10.................55 Unbalance about earth .....4...................1........................3 10..............8.........................................................................61 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP)...........11..............SymDSL....................40 Feeding power (from the LT-port).........................................................................................................................................................................................11 10.....1 10..................11..........................................10...................57 Total signal power ..........................43 Total signal power .........55 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP)..............................................................39 Unbalance about earth ........41 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP)....................................41 Peak amplitude............................................................1.............................41 Unbalance about earth .....64 Peak amplitude.......36 Unbalance about earth ................45 Unbalance about earth .........................................................................................2 10...........................................................................................................................................34 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP)........................B::Fn" signals ...................10...............................................................................................................................................................................38 Total signal power ........7 10..........36 Total signal power .....................................56 "Proprietary.........................................................................................................................9 10.......................................2 10..................................................................................54 Peak amplitude.............................................4 10.................................................................1 10.................................................................47 Total signal power .................2 10..........................................44 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP)..........................53 Unbalance about earth ...........8.....SymDSL.........................39 Narrow-band signal power......................................................................................................................................2 10....50 Unbalance about earth ................................10......................................................2 10...6 10.................................53 Peak amplitude...............38 Peak amplitude..........................asym::Fn" signals .......................48 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) ......................................................................................................4 10.................................2 10......7........................................................................3 10....................................................................................................................5 10...............................................................3........................................................................................................................44 Peak amplitude...........1.41 Total signal power ...........................................2............10.....................3 10..........................................................................64 Total signal power ..49 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)....3 10..................................................................................4 10.........................1 10..5 10..........3 10................................8 10.................................................................36 Peak amplitude..............................................................................................A::Fn" signals.........................58 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP)...1 10...........47 "SDSL...................................................................................4 Total signal power .................3 10...............................4 10................2B1Q/2" signals (584 kbaud leased lines) .....................................................46 Feeding power (from the LT-port).....................................................8......6...........................................4 10...................................................................7..................................3 10.......11............................................9..........................3..9....................................................................................3...........................................................2 10.......................................................3 10....................................10 10.....................6.............................................................................................................................2 (2009-05) 10........................7..41 "HDSL......61 Unbalance about earth ...............53 Feeding Power (from the LT-port) ......................................................................................54 "Proprietary.....................................................5...................C::Fn" signals .....................................................................................2....5.............................54 Total signal power ........CAP.......................................................................................6.................................................9.....60 Total signal power ..........................................................................................

..1......................................................................................................5 11................................................................................................................................................6...................85 "ADSL/ISDN (FDD)" signals .........71 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP).........6 Cluster 4 signals (asymmetrical broadband) ......................................................................................................4..............................................1.......................2................93 Total signal power (upstream only) ...........4 11..........................................1 10.......71 Unbalance about earth ................................2..................................2M..........................68 Peak amplitude...87 Total signal power (upstream only) ...........5...........5..................5 11.................4 11............................................................89 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only).................................92 "ADSL2plus/A (FDD)" signals (over POTS)....4 11.........................................................................................................................6 11........75 ETSI ...........................................................................1.......................3 10................................................5 11....6...........................................................................................................4.80 Total signal power (upstream only) ...............13.93 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) .......SR" signals.....1 11......................................3 11.............................................5......................12......3.................12............6 11....74 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP)...........................................................4 11......................................68 Unbalance about earth .........................................................4 11........................................................93 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only).....5...................................89 Total signal power (downstream only) .........................................................................................6 11.......................74 Peak amplitude.........................................................13 10......3 11....87 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)..79 "ADSL/POTS (FDD)" signals.....................................................................................4 11..................................12.........................................3......................................................................4.....2 11.............................................1...................3..................82 Total signal power (downstream only) ............75 "ADSL/POTS (FO)" signals........................................2 11.......................................3 11........77 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) ..............HDB3...........................................................................................................2M......................5 10...........89 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) .....PCM...............11......................5............................................................................................................................14 10.....................................89 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) .....................................12..........................................SymDSL................6.............................................................................................................4 11......74 Unbalance about earth .....................................................................................................................2 11.......................4 Feeding power (from the LT-port).2................................................................................................................................................87 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) .......................................................................................................................................5 11.89 "ADSL2plus/A (FO)" signals (over POTS) ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................92 Total signal power (downstream only) ..................4........................4 10......2 10...........................................................................5 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.......................................13.6 11..............................................................................................................71 "Proprietary.......5 11....70 Feeding power (from the LT-port).5 10.....................3 11..............3 11...................................................2 (2009-05) 10.................................................................6 11..................91 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) ...............87 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) .........86 Total signal power (downstream only) ....................................6 11.................HDB3.......75 Total signal power (downstream only) .......................................................................................................................93 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) .....................14......................5 11.......75 Total signal power (upstream only) ..2.......................................................................4..............................................2......................14.............................................94 11 11.......................................67 "Proprietary......12 10.......................76 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) ...................................84 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) .............................................................72 Feeding power (from the LT-port).....................2.................1 11..................1 10.....SQ" signals .............5..3 11.....................................................................82 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) .........PCM...1 11.90 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) ......67 Total signal power ..............73 Total signal power .........................................2B1Q::Fn" signals ......................2 11.........................................2 10......80 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)...3....................4.........................................1 11...........5 10.....3 11......................................................................................................................................................................................2 11................71 Peak amplitude..............................................................................................4 10..2 11..1 11......................6........................................................13......3 10....1.......................82 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only).......82 "ADSL/ISDN (FO)" signals ..................................................3....................71 Total signal power .........1 11................................................................................2 11.................................................................................................82 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) .5 11....................82 Total signal power (upstream only) .....................................................73 "Proprietary...................6...............3.........2 10..14................94 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) ....................................................80 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) ..89 Total signal power (upstream only) .......76 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)....1.....................................................................1 10...................................80 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) .........................................................13..68 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP).......................................................................................................6..82 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) .........3 10.............14..13......................................................................................76 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) ...................1 11....80 Total signal power (downstream only) .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................12...........................................5...........................................................

................5 11...........12.................94 Total signal power (upstream only) ........................................106 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) ....12.......................................................98 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) ........................100 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) .....................8.............3 11...........................3 11.................. extended US) ......................................................................12 11..................103 Total signal power (downstream only) .................................................1 11.....................................95 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) ..........98 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)................................................................................................................................7.104 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) ......................11.4 11..............................................................6 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1...............................109 ETSI ...........3 11.....1 12...........4 11..................................13 11.....8.........................5 11.................................................111 12 12.........8............................................103 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)........103 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) .....................................................................................................................3 11....................................3 11.106 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) ....5 11.............100 Total signal power (downstream only) ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................7.............96 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) .......................................................................................................98 Total signal power (downstream only) ..................................97 "ADSL2plus/B (FDD)" signals (over ISDN) .............................1 11.............103 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) ........................................................104 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) ............1 11.......105 "ADSL2plus/J (FDD)" signals (all digital......................3 11..........................................13......................................14....................................11..........5 11.............5 11...6 11................106 Total signal power (downstream only) ....1 11..................................................................................................2 11..104 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)....9..13..1 12.....................13............................. extended US) ........................1.2 11................................................................10 11...........................1 11...............107 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) .101 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) ...................11....................................................................................100 "ADSL2plus/I (FO)" signals (all digital mode).............11.........................94 Total signal power (downstream only) ................12......102 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) ..................................7....103 Total signal power (upstream only) ............4 11........................................................................2 (2009-05) 11.......9.......................................7..............................................................10..............................5 11................................................................................................107 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) ..103 "ADSL2plus/I (FDD)" signals (all digital mode) ...6 "ADSL2plus/B (FO)" signals (over ISDN) ...........................................8 11....106 Total signal power (upstream only) ..............10..........100 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) ..............109 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) .........................7 11..............106 Total signal power (upstream only) ...................................108 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) ....106 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)..............................................................................................................1 11.....................................2 11....................9....12.................................................................................107 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only).4 11.........................104 Total signal power (downstream only) .........................................................................108 Total signal power (upstream only) .............................109 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)..........................111 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) ........................3 11....11.....................................5 11...........3 Cluster 5 signals (broadband up to 30 MHz)..........................................................................................................................................106 Total signal power (downstream only) ..........................................................14................................................................8....................2 11.....................................................................................................109 Total signal power (upstream only) ..............................................13..12...............................................106 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) ...............................................................................................................................................................................................11.......109 Total signal power (downstream only) ...................................................................................................6 11......................11 11.................1 11.......109 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) .8................................1..........................................................................................................................14.98 Total signal power (upstream only) ..6 11................................................................ extended US) .......................6 11................................4 11..........................................104 Total signal power (upstream only) ..............14...9 11..................................................................................10.....108 "ADSL2plus/M (FDD)" signals (over POTS.......7.............10.2 12...........7............109 "VDSL2-NL1" signals ("over POTS").....................................10............................................................6 11.............4 11...............................................4 11...........................................12...............................................................8......6 11..........................................................2 11..................1.....................104 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) .......5 11.........2 11................................14...................................................................................107 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) ...............................................................104 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) ...........................1 11...........................4 11............2 11.....................100 Total signal power (upstream only) .....................14 11.....10.................................9........................................................9....106 "ADSL2plus/M (FO)" signals (over POTS..........2 11...................................3 11................................................................................................................................................99 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) .................................101 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)................13...............................................................................6 11........13..................................................................108 Total signal power (downstream only) .95 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)......95 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) ............................................5..104 "ADSL2plus/J (FO)" signals (all digital..................... extended US)...........................................................................................................14......9.............................

...................130 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) ........................................................122 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only).......................................................................................2..........................................2 12.........3 12................137 Annex A: Bibliography ......1 13...............................................................2..............121 Total signal power (upstream only) ................................................................................115 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) .......1 12...................................................5..........................................................................................................................................136 Definition of earth..........5 12................6 12..................................................1..................................................................................................4 12........120 Total signal power (downstream only) ..136 Receiver balance ....130 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) ......................................................135 Narrow-band signal power (voltage)....................................................................................2 13....................127 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) ........2 12.......................3 12.......135 13 13...........................................................................................................................3 13............3.........................................................119 "VDSL2-NL2" signals (over ISDN)...136 Unbalance about earth ....................................................3........................................................................................2 12..............................................1 13.............................................129 "VDSL2-UK1" signals ..............................122 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) .......................................3............................................6 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)....111 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) ................................................6 12............................4 12.............................................................................................7 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1..............................................................................................3............2...........130 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)..........................................................2 13........................2..............................3...................3.......................................................................139 History ..............................................................................................................................................3.............................................................................................2...LOV ........4 12..............................................5 12..........................................LCL ......129 Total signal power (downstream only) ..........3.................................................................1 12...................................3 Measurement methods of signal parameters ........................................................................................................................3 12..........3.....1.........2.................140 ETSI ..........................................136 Transmitter Balance ....5 12.................................................................................122 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) ...130 Total signal power (upstream only) ..................133 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) ...135 Peak amplitude .........1..............2 (2009-05) 12...........

Latest updates are available on the ETSI Web server (http://webapp. Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM). no investigation. No guarantee can be given as to the existence of other IPRs not referenced in ETSI SR 000 314 (or the updates on the ETSI Web server) which are. or may be. essential to the present document. The present document is part 1 of a multi-part deliverable covering Transmission and Multiplexing (TM). Pursuant to the ETSI IPR Policy.2 (2009-05) Intellectual Property Rights IPRs essential or potentially essential to the present document may have been declared to ETSI. or may become. Terminals. as identified below: Part 1: Part 2: "Definitions and signal library".org/IPR/home. which is available from the ETSI Secretariat. and can be found in ETSI SR 000 314: "Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs).8 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.asp). has been carried out by ETSI.etsi. IPRs notified to ETSI in respect of ETSI standards".5. Essential. ETSI . Access networks. if any. The information pertaining to these essential IPRs. "Technical methods for performance evaluations". Foreword This Technical Report (TR) has been produced by ETSI Technical Committee Access. Spectral management on metallic access networks. is publicly available for ETSI members and non-members. including IPR searches. or potentially Essential.

NT-ports. can be kept compact by referring to the definitions in the present document. Therefore the content of the present document should be regarded as informative. and on the technical understanding of additional requirements to protect future technology. and with the best knowledge available.5 dBm). and an informative library of electrical signals that may flow into the ports of a metallic access network. although this unification has been carried out with the best intentions. upstream. These categories are dominantly based on transmission equipment standards from ETSI and ITU (existing or in progress). The objective is to be a clear reference for these documents. it refers to its nominal maximum power plus its tolerance (for instance +13. The informative library of signal definitions is organized in clusters of signal categories.9 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.. a full set of signal limits between DC and 30 MHz. Each category defines. etc. It provides a set of definitions on Spectral Management quantities. for informative references. They fully account for the spread in their actual value. a common reference model to identify LT-ports. a minimum set of characteristics necessary to describe signals within the context of Spectral Management. This approach provides clear criteria to determine if a signal under test is compliant or not with a signal category from this library. The intention of the present document is to present a set of signal descriptions from various sources collected into a single document. This enables a unified signal specification method for spectral management purposes.5 dBm ± 0. including: The present document is applicable to simplify and harmonize the description of network specific Spectral Management documents. Non-specific reference may be made only to a complete document or a part thereof and only in the following cases: if it is accepted that it will be possible to use all future changes of the referenced document for the purposes of the referring document. network specific spectral management documents may use additional definitions. Due to differences in the way these signals are described in the different sources. ETSI .2 (2009-05) 1 a) b) c) d) Scope a description of the technical purpose of Spectral Management. unless this tolerance is explicitly specified. Detailed references have been included where applicable. The present document gives guidance on a common language for Spectral Management specifications. some content of the original source document may not have been correctly interpreted or copied into the present document. The characteristics of each signal described in this signal library identify their absolute maximum (or minimum) values. When these definitions are incomplete or not appropriate. It should be noted that.5. Some of the descriptions have their origin in xDSL related ETSI and ITU publications and some are completely new. without making any specific choice on the technology mix that may use the access network. In the case of discrepancies between a signal description in the present document and the original source document(s). References are either specific (identified by date of publication and/or edition number or version number) or non-specific. subsequent revisions do not apply. the source(s) should be regarded as definitive. that rule the cable fill and technology mix for Spectral Management purposes. 2 • • References For a specific reference. the description has been harmonized into a uniform format. Network specific documents. independent from other categories. downstream. This means in practice that when a power limit of a signal category is specified by a single number (for instance 14 dBm).

ETSI . Terminal equipment interface". Ordinary and Special quality voice bandwidth 2-wire analogue leased lines (A2O and A2S). Access transmission system on metallic access cables.2 Informative references The following referenced documents are not essential to the use of the present document but they assist the user with regard to a particular subject area. ETSI ES 201 970: "Access and Terminals (AT). HDSL [i.10 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. SDSL [i.8] [i.5] ISDN [i. is by means of Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) signalling".7] ETSI TS 101 135: "Transmission and Multiplexing (TM). Harmonized specification of physical and electrical characteristics at a 2-wire analogue presented Network Termination Point (NTP)". Symmetric single pair high bitrate Digital Subscriber Line (SDSL)". Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies. For non-specific references. Digital transmission system on metallic local lines". High bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line (HDSL) transmission systems on metallic local lines. General technical requirements for equipment connected to an analogue subscriber interface in the PSTN".3] [i.2] [i. ETSI EN 300 450: "Access and Terminals (AT). only the edition cited applies.9] ETSI TS 101 524: "Transmission and Multiplexing (TM). Terminal equipment interface". HDSL core specification and applications for combined ISDN-BA and 2 048 kbit/s transmission". POTS and ANALOGUE [i. For non-specific references. Ordinary and Special quality voice bandwidth 4-wire analogue leased lines (A4O and A4S).991. the latest version of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.org/Reference.6] ETSI TS 102 080: "Transmission and Multiplexing (TM). 2.1 Normative references The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of the present document.etsi. ITU-T Recommendation G. NOTE: While any hyperlinks included in this clause were valid at the time of publication ETSI cannot guarantee their long term validity.2: "Single-Pair High-Speed Digital Subscriber Line (SHDSL) transceivers" (including all corrigenda and amendments). For dated references.2 (2009-05) Referenced documents which are not found to be publicly available in the expected location might be found at http://docbox. if provided. ETSI EN 300 453: "Access and Terminals (AT). Not applicable. ETSI EN 300 001: "Attachments to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Attachment requirements for pan-European approval for connection to the analogue Public Switched Telephone Networks (PSTNs) of TE (excluding TE supporting the voice telephony service) in which network addressing.1] ETSI TBR 021: "Terminal Equipment (TE).4] [i. [i. 2. Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) basic rate access.5.

CENELEC CLC/prTR 2: "Electrical safety . [i. [i.Safety . ITU-T Recommendation O.20] CENELEC EN 0-1: "Information technology equipment .Classification of interfaces for equipment to be connected to information and communications technology networks".Part 21: Remote Power Feeding". the following terms and definitions apply: access port: physical location. ITU-T Recommendation G.11 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. ITU-T Recommendation G993.17] [i.13] ETSI TS 101 270-1: "Transmission and Multiplexing (TM). Very high speed Digital Subscriber Line (VDSL). Access transmission systems on metallic access cables. CENELEC EN 0-21: "Information technology equipment .1 modified]".1: "Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) transceivers" (including all corrigenda and amendments).Part 1: General Requirements". ITU-T Recommendation G.5: "Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) transceivers Extended bandwidth ADSL2 (ADSL2plus)". where signals (for transmission purposes) are injected into the local loop wiring access rule: mandatory rule for achieving access to the local loop wiring.15] [i.5. CENELEC CLC/prTS 7: "Safety aspects for xDSL signals on circuits connected to telecommunication networks (DSL: Digital Subscriber Line)". 3 3.992.992. appointed by the loop provider.18] [i.19] [i.9: "Measuring arrangements to assess the degree of unbalance about earth". equal for all network operators who are making use of the same network cable that bounds the crosstalk in that network cable cable fill (or degree of penetration): number and mixture of transmission techniques connected to the ports of a binder or cable bundle that are injecting signals into the access ports Cable Management Plan (CMP): list of selected access rules dedicated to a specific network NOTE: This list may include associated descriptions and explanations.10] ETSI TS 101 388: "Access Terminals Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM).117: "Transmission aspects of unbalance about earth".2 (2009-05) ADSL [i.Safety .1 Definitions and abbreviations Definitions For the purposes of the present document.16] VARIOUS [i.14] EMC and UNBALANCE [i.11] [i. ETSI .2: "Very High Speed Digital Subscriber Line Transceivers 2 (VDSL2)" (including all corrigenda and amendments). Part 1: Functional requirements".992. Access transmission systems on metallic access cables. Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) European specific requirements [ITU-T Recommendation G. ITU-T Recommendation G.12] VDSL [i.

loop provider: organization facilitating access to the local loop wiring NOTE: In several cases the loop provider is historically associated with the incumbent network operator. noise margin: ratio (Pn2/Pn1) by which the received noise power Pn1 may increase to power Pn2 until the recovered signal no longer meets the predefined quality criteria NOTE: This ratio is commonly expressed in dB. power back-off: generic mechanism to reduce the transmitter's output power NOTE: It has many purposes.2 (2009-05) deployment rule: voluntary rule. to the customer premises. labelled as NT-port NOTE: This direction is usually from the central office side via the local loop wiring. terminated by well-defined ports. and intended for injecting "downstream" signals. when the received noise is increased with a chosen noise margin (or the received signal is decreased with a chosen signal margin) network operator: organization that makes use of a local loop wiring for transporting telecommunication services NOTE: This definition covers incumbent as well as competitive network operators. crosstalk. designated as "NT-port" NOTE: Such a port is commonly located at the customer premises. LT: Line Termination. including the reduction of power consumption. but may also include a Main Distribution Frame (MDF). at the customer premise end of the line NT-access port (or NT-port for short): access port for injecting signals. receiver dynamic range. performance: measure of how well a transmission system fulfils defined criteria under specified conditions NOTE: Such criteria include reach.12 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. but other companies may serve as loop provider as well. etc. disturber: source of interference in spectral management studies coupled to the wire pair connecting victim modems NOTE: This term is intended solely as a technical term. downstream transmission: transmission direction from a port. max data rate: maximum data rate that can be recovered according to predefined quality criteria. but can also be used by FDD systems (frequency division duplexing). The local loop wiring is usually passive only. but may include active splitter-filters as well. Echo Cancelled (EC): term used within the context of ADSL to designate ADSL (FO) systems with frequency overlap of downstream and upstream signals NOTE: In this context. and other distribution elements. the usage of the abbreviation "EC" was only kept for historical reasons. to another port. street cabinets. irrelevant for achieving access to the local loop wiring and proprietary to each individual network operator NOTE: A deployment rule reflects a network operator's own view about what the maximum length or maximum bitrate may be for offering a specific transmission service to ensure a chosen minimum quality of service. labelled as LT-port. and intended for injecting "upstream" signals. local loop wiring: part of a metallic access network. defined within the context of these studies. The usage of the echo cancelling technology is not only limited to FO systems (frequency overlapped). at the place where the physical line to the customer starts LT-access port (or LT-port for short): access port for injecting signals. designated as "LT-port" NOTE: Such a port is commonly located at the central office side. NT: Network Termination. ETSI .5. for transporting signals over a distance of interest NOTE: This part includes mainly cables. bitrate and noise margin. and is not intended to imply any negative judgement.

in ADSL and SDSL. and may label them for instance as signals for "downstream" or for "upstream" purposes.g. subjected to interference (such as crosstalk from all other modems connected to other wire pairs in the same cable) that is being studied in a spectral management analysis NOTE: This term is intended solely as a technical term. (mandatory) access rules and all other (voluntary) measures to maximize the use of local loop wiring for transmission purposes transmission equipment: equipment connected to the local loop wiring that uses a transmission technique to transport information transmission system: set of transmission equipment that enables information to be transmitted over some distance between two or more points transmission technique: electrical technique used for the transportation of information over electrical wiring upstream transmission: transmission direction from a port.5. defined within the context of these studies. ETSI . etc. signal category: class of signals meeting the minimum set of specifications identified in clause 6 of the present document NOTE: Some signal categories may distinct between different sub-classes. signal margin: ratio (Ps1/Ps2) by which the received signal power Ps1 may decrease to power Ps2 until the recovered signal no longer meets the predefined quality criteria NOTE: This ratio is commonly expressed in dB. Designing of effective access rules. used to reduce the dynamic range of the receiver. spectral management: art of making optimal use of limited capacity in (metallic) access networks NOTE: This is for the purpose of achieving the highest reliable transmission performance and includes: Designing of deployment rules and their application. to another port. that is characterized by a frequency independent reduction of the in-band PSD NOTE: It is used. e. access ports. spectral compatibility: generic term for the capability of transmission systems to operate in the same cable NOTE: The precise definition is application dependent and has to be defined for each group of applications.2 (2009-05) power cut-back: specific variant of power back-off. Making a balance between conservative and aggressive deployment (low or high failure risk). labelled as LT-port NOTE: This direction is usually from the customer premises. PSD mask: absolute upper bound of a PSD. via the local loop wiring. PSD template: expected average PSD of a stationary signal NOTE: The purpose of PSD templates is usually to perform simulations. The levels are usually below or equal to the associated PSD masks. to the central office side. spectral management rule: generic term. for instance. diversity of systems between cable bundles. measured within a specified resolution band NOTE: The purpose of PSD masks is usually to specify maximum PSD levels for stationary signals. Optimized allocation of resources in the access network.13 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. Forecasting of noise levels for fine-tuning the deployment. labelled as NT-port. Spectral policing to enforce compliance with access rules. victim modem: modem. and is not intended to imply any negative judgement. incorporating (voluntary) deployment rules.

Connecting more systems to the same cable will increase the total crosstalk noise level in each wire-pair. The consequence will be a significant increase of the total crosstalk noise power in each wire pair. ETSI . but the frequency of signals in cables increases substantially due to the introduction of broadband transmission systems.2 AC/ac ADSL AIS CAP CMP CSS DC/dc DPBO DTMF EC EMC ESS FDD FEXT FO HDSL HPNA ISDN ISDN-BA LCL LLW LOV LT-port MDF NBSP NBSV NEXT NT-port PAM PCM POTS PSD PSTN RFT RSS SDSL TBR TC-PAM TNV UC-PAM UPBO VDSL xDSL Abbreviations Alternate Current Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line Alarm Indication Signal Carrierless Amplitude/Phase modulation Cable Management Plan Customer-side Signal Source Direct Current Downstream Power Back-Off Dual Tone Multi-Frequency Echo Cancelled Electro-Magnetic Compatibility Exchange-side Signal Source Frequency Division Duplexing/Duplexed Far End CrossTalk Frequency Overlap. Existing access network cables are designed to facilitate a low crosstalk coupling at low frequencies (telephony band). and disturbs systems that were already installed.2 (2009-05) 3. previously referred to as Echo Cancelled (EC) High bitrate Digital Subscriber Line Home Phoneline Networking Alliance Integrated Services Digital Network ISDN Basic Access Longitudinal Conversion Loss Local Loop Wiring Longitudinal Output Voltage Line Termination port Main Distribution Frame Narrow-Band Signal Power Narrow-Band Signal Voltage Near End CrossTalk Network Termination port Pulse Amplitude Modulation Pulse Code Modulation Plain Old Telephony Services Power Spectral Density Public Switched Telephone Network Remote Feeding Telecommunication Remote Signal Sources Symmetrical (single pair high bitrate) Digital Subscriber Line Technical Basis for Regulation Trellis Coded PAM Telecommunications Network Voltage Ungerboeck Coded PAM Upstream Power Back-Off Very-high-speed Digital Subscriber Line (all systems) Digital Subscriber Line For the purposes of the present document.5. the following abbreviations apply: 4 The technical purpose of Spectral Management Connecting a signal to a wire pair of a (metallic) access network cable causes parts of that signal couple to other wire pairs in the same cable bundle or binder group.14 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.

at the cost of al the others. Capacity. This can be achieved by focussing on the use of near-compatible systems in the same cable or cable bundle. ETSI . it places a limit on the capacity of what can be transported through that cable. means the maximum bitrate that can be transported over a single wire-pair at given cable length.15 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.2 The individual components of spectral pollution Defining adequate rules for controlling spectral pollution requires a technical understanding of how individual disturbers contribute to the total impairment. • The present document provides an informative library of signal categories. A spectral management specification of a possible length dependency of the signal limits is also beyond the scope of the present document. or the maximum length that can be reached at given bitrate. but it can never guarantee that deployment rules can be adequate under all conditions. Spectral management is an issue for both the loop provider and the network operators (in some cases they are within the same organization). the technology mix is referred to as near-compatible. • The best that a loop provider can do to help the network operator(s) on its network. This may cause some degradation of transmission capacity. Usually. measures have to be taken. These limits may be dependent on the loop length. This approach is not restricted to situations where more than one licence operator make use of the same binders or cable bundles. To prevent this occurring and to ensure that only a few systems make an inefficient use of the access network. if this degradation is not acceptable. is to bound the spectral pollution in its network. with "sufficient" noise margin (according to the network operator). and they will even fail when the impairment level is increased further. if this degradation is acceptable. Since the crosstalk coupling between the wire pairs in binders or cable bundles is only known by a very rough approximation. 4. which each network operator has to face. it is quite common to mix different transmission technologies in one cable. the reliability of installed systems becomes poor. to simplify spectral management specifications that bound the spectral pollution of a network. Above some impairment level. in this context. Defining relevant limits at the boundaries (or ports) of the access network is the most appropriate approach. the technology mix is referred to as compatible. This can be achieved by putting limits on signals (levels.1 Bounding spectral pollution The objective for spectral management is to control the maximum spectral pollution. The crosstalk coupling functions and the attenuation characteristics of an existing access network are fixed and from an electrical point of view the network can be considered as a closed entity. it is also essential when one operator mixes different broadband technologies into one binder or cable bundle. 4. It is an inconvenience. In practice. systems are designed to function optimally when they are only impaired by identical systems (self-crosstalk) that use other wire-pairs in the same cable.5. flow into the access network cables. Deployment rules define the maximum reach or bitrate for a given transmission technology. and may not. diversity (technology mix) and cable fill (number of systems). spectra). compared to the above-mentioned idealized situation: • • • if this degradation is minor. the technology mix is referred to as incompatible. In other words: the definition of adequate limits is an essential requirement for successful deployment rules. Guidelines for deployment rules are beyond the scope of the present document. The best that network operators can do is making estimates of the maximum impairment level in a wire-pair. the maximum impairment level is also only known by a very rough estimate. Controlling the spectral pollution is therefore restricted to controlling what signals may. and define adequate deployment rules. thus enabling an efficient use of the access network for all connected systems. This is referred to as "Spectral Management".2 (2009-05) Although existing transmission systems are designed to cope (to some extent) with this type of impairment.

LT. the NEXT disturbance at the NT of longer ADSL lines will be attenuated by the extra cable length.LT Tranceiver Tranceiver TR1. TR1. and the binder or cable bundle is only filled with these systems. 5 Reference model of the local loop wiring This clause describes the reference model of the local loop wiring of an access network. The result would be that the achievable wire-pair length would be limited because crosstalk limits the maximum allowed sending level.NT.LT FEXT TR2. because equipment near the local exchange side may differ from equipment near the customer side. TR1. In addition. INSERTION LOSS Tranceiver TR1. and therefore the performance of the transmission between TR1. It illustrates that local loop cable sections are asymmetrical in nature.NT receives crosstalk noise through the FEXT coupling function (far end crosstalk). This example shows that it may be desirable to make the specifications for the signal limits dependent on the loop length. The crosstalk on the near end (NEXT) will be relatively high. This crosstalk noise deteriorates the signal to noise ratio of the received signal.NT receives the downstream signal from transmitter TR1. So if the transmitter and the receiver at one end of the line would use the same frequency band. increasing the ADSL capacity (or reach for a given capacity).NT. from the upstream signal transmitted by TR2. Because of the differences in crosstalk coupling at the near and the far end.NT. this effect can be eliminated and the achievable length will increase.LT that has been attenuated by the insertion loss of the wire-pair. By using different frequency bands for transmitters and receivers at one end of the binder or cable bundle. if there is no spectral overlap between up and downstream signals. NOTE 1: Some systems.NT Tranceiver Figure 1: Various crosstalk paths Crosstalk and attenuation characteristics are frequency dependent. or not overlapped at all (FDD systems). such as FDD based ADSL.5.2 (2009-05) Figure 1 illustrates the impact of these cable characteristics on the transmission. from a spectral management point of view. By using spectra that are only partly overlapped (EC systems). take advantage from allocating different frequency bands for transmitting signals in upstream and downstream direction. Ideally. the NEXT between these systems can be reduced significantly. the relation between frequency allocation and sending direction is of major importance for the management of the crosstalk noise.16 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. the transmission performance becomes FEXT-limited only since all NEXT has been eliminated. the transmitter outputs should be limited in order not to disturb the adjacent receivers. Transceiver TR1. The crosstalk coupling to the far end of the transmitter (FEXT) is relatively low due to the attenuation.LT and TR1. In addition.NT receives crosstalk noise through the NEXT coupling function (near end crosstalk). It follows that the deployment range limit of HDSL systems has an impact on the deployment range limit of ADSL. • • • Receiver TR1. from the downstream signal transmitted by TR2.LT sends information to TR1.NT NEXT TR2. NOTE 2: Consider the example of FEXT-limited ADSL: the NEXT at the NT due to neighbouring symmetric systems (such as HDSL and SDSL) can limit the ADSL downstream performance. By restricting the deployment distance of HDSL. ETSI .

2 Bounding spectral pollution by limiting signals at the ports The signal limits that are summarized in the present document can be used to limit injected signals as they can be observed at the ports of the LLW.1 The concept of ports. The ports are the interfaces to the Local Loop Wiring. and which signal limits are mandatory for these ports.cab-port) of the Local Loop Wiring.5. signal sources are identified on their location: CSS: ESS: RSS: Customer-side Signal Sources. 5. For each port. interfaces to the Local Loop Wiring (LLW) To give signal sources access to the Local Loop Wiring. but their remote DC power feeding is asymmetrical. LT-ports are usually located at the central office side of the local loop wiring. NT. ETSI . but may also include a Main Distribution Frame (MDF). In the case of symmetric signal limits.cab-port: the NT-cabinet port is generally used for connecting an RSS to the LLW that links this port with an LT-port (or LT. ADSL systems are designed to maximize self-compatibility when all "downstream" signals in one cable flow into the same direction. more ports may be involved. 5. and may be implicitly forbidden by asymmetric signal limits at the ports. NT-port: the Network Termination port is generally used for connecting a CSS to the LLW.cab-port: the LT-cabinet port is generally used for connecting an RSS to the LLW that links this port with an NT-port (or NT.cab-port) elsewhere in the LLW. Exchange-side Signal Sources (such as local exchanges). For example.or NT-port. Typically connection of one system the other way round would harm neighbouring systems unacceptably.2 (2009-05) The Local Loop Wiring (LLW) of an access network includes mainly cables. NOTE 1: Reversing the transmission direction is generally not recommended. The following port-types are defined in this reference model: • • • • LT-port: the Line Termination port is generally used for connecting an ESS to the LLW. and is excluded when it violates the limits. At least two ports are required for communication. LT. their signals enter the LLW by flowing through so-called "ports". Remote Signal Sources (such as repeaters and optical network units in street cabinets). For instance ADSL systems generate different data signals in different transmission directions. and other distribution elements. In the case of asymmetric signal limits. From a Spectral Management point of view. the following naming convention is used in the present document: • • Downstream signal limits are mandatory for signals that are injected into an LT-port (or LT.cab-port) elsewhere in the LLW.17 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.cab-port) of the Local Loop Wiring. NT-ports are usually located at the customer side. ISDN and HDSL systems are symmetrical in their data signals. Upstream signal limits are mandatory for signals that are injected into an NT-port (or NT. The signals that many DSL systems generate are asymmetrical in nature. street cabinets. In special cases where access to the LLW at additional well-identified ports (such as in street cabinets) is provided for remote active devices (such as repeaters and optical network units). no further distinction on transmission direction is made. Therefore different port names are used in the Reference Model to simplify the description of signal limits that are transmission direction dependent. it must be well identified if this is an LT. and should therefore be well identified.

cab-port or NT.2 (2009-05) NOTE 2: An example of unintended reversal of transmission direction may occur when the Main Distribution Frame (MDF) of another licensed operator is not co-located with the MDF of the loop provider (at the local exchange). and fully separated from the standard distribution cables. The signals that flow through an NT-port into the Local Loop Wiring have their origin in a Customer-side Signal Source (CSS). • • This model (see figure 2) enables the identification of upstream and downstream directions. Such a tie-cable should be fully dedicated to this purpose. a so-called tie-cable can solve the problem. A specification of this possible length dependence is beyond the scope of the present document. a distinction between NT-ports may be made on the basis of the loop length. Their signal limits may be different from the limits that hold for LT-ports and NT-ports. The signals of various Signal Sources connected to the LLW flow into the LLW through well-identified ports. the loop length. when specifying signal limits on the ports.18 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. NOTE 3: Signal limits need not be the same for all NT-ports or LT-ports. unless explicitly stated otherwise. When signal limits are direction dependent. The signals that flow through an optional LT. When signal limits are direction dependent. such as for instance a local exchange. The following naming convention is used: • The signals that flow through an LT-port into the Local Loop Wiring have their origin in an Exchange-side Signal Source (ESS). Furthermore. 5.cab-port into the Local Loop Wiring have their origin in Remote Signal Sources (RSS). then upstream and downstream signals in different wire pairs have to flow in the same cable direction. the signals labelled in the present document as upstream signals are intended for injection into these NT-ports. If some of the wire pairs of a distribution cable are used for connecting these two MDFs.5. In such a case. unless explicitly stated otherwise. from a Spectral Management point of view. ETSI .3 Reference model Figure 2 shows a generic reference model of the Local Loop Wiring (LLW).g. the signals labelled in the present document as downstream are intended for injection into these LT-ports. It is conceivable that the signal limits depend on e.

cab-port: NT. so they are also "connected to the local loop wiring". Peak amplitude. Figure 2: Reference model of the local loop wiring of an access network 6 • • • • • Minimum set of characteristics for signal descriptions Total signal voltage (or power).cab-port: NOTE: Customer-side Signal Source Exchange-side Signal Source Remote Signal Source Line Termination Port. such as feeding requirements (in case of remote powering) and ringing signals. for injecting downstream signals from a RSS NT-cabinet Port. used for remote powering of transmission equipment (including POTS. the following parameters are relevant: In some cases.Cab-port NT-Port CSS: ESS: RSS: LT-port: NT-port: LT. For instance. in-house transmission equipment (such as HPNA) may use existing in-house telephony wires. To classify signals for spectral management purposes. Unbalance about earth (LOV and LCL). ISDN. Narrow-band signal voltage (or power). They will (unintentionally) inject signals into the Local Loop Wiring via the NT-ports.19 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. ETSI . These signals are subject to the signal limits at the ports. HDSL and SDSL). for injecting upstream signals from a CSS LT-cabinet Port.2 (2009-05) NT-Port LT-Ports ESS NT-Port CSS CSS CSS Local Loop Wiring NT-Port RSS NT-Port ESS LT-Ports NT. 7 Cluster 0 signals (DC power feeding) This cluster summarizes maximum DC feeding voltages and currents.5.Cab-port LT. does not necessary mean "intended for transmission through that local loop wiring". for injecting downstream signals from a ESS Network Termination Port. By referring to both kinds of signal descriptions. additional parameters are required. for injecting upstream signals from a RSS CSS CSS "Connecting a Signal Source to a port of the Local Loop Wiring". The DC power-feeding limits are supplementary to the AC signal descriptions in the succeeding clusters 1 to 5. the simultaneous use of AC signals and DC power feeding over the same wire pair can be enabled. Feeding Power (if relevant).

20].2 (2009-05) Feeding voltages and currents are to be limited for reasons like: • • General safety requirements. This cluster summarizes maximum DC feeding voltages and currents. Reference: EN 0-1 [i. the steady state open circuit voltage from each conductor to earth shall not exceed 200 V dc if the short circuit current is limited to 10 mA d.1 "Class A" TNV power feeding (from LT-port) This category covers feeding voltages and currents that do not exceed the requirements relevant for safety.20] for xDSL signals. The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal class can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal class. the combination of the DC power feeding and AC peak signal shall not exceed limits calculated from the formula: (UDC/120V + UAC. However in this context attention is drawn to CENELEC [i. ETSI . Reference: EN 0-21 [i.c.1" RFT-C Power Feeding. as can be found in Cenelec [i.peak / 70.20 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. Interoperability and/or prevention of damage to equipment and devices (system related reasons). and all requirements in [i. To be compliant with "class B. To be compliant with "class B.7V ≤ 1). and all other requirements in [i. Reference: TS 7 [i.18].1" RFT-V Power Feeding.17] for TNV-3 circuits.2 "Class B" RFT power feeding (from the LT-port) This category covers feeding voltages and currents that do not exceed the requirements relevant for safety as can be found in CENELEC [i.18] for RFT-V circuits.2.2. TNV-3 circuits have an operating voltage limit defined as a combination of the maximum DC-voltage and the peak AC-voltage. Interoperability and/or prevention of damage to equipment and devices (system related reasons). RFT circuits are subdivided into current limited circuits (RFT-C) and voltage limited circuits (RFT-V). The present document provides information on how compliance with "class B"can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with "class B.17] safety standards for TNV-3 circuits.5. The circuits may be subjected to overvoltages from the telecommunication network. and all other requirements in [i. [i. and access to the conductors is restricted to service personnel. the simultaneous use of AC signals and DC power feeding over the same wire pair can be enabled. and all other requirements in [i. 7.18] for RFT-C circuits. including any additional network related safety requirements and/or network protection requirements specified by the loop provider. Reference: TR 2 [i. Feeding voltages and currents are to be limited for reasons like: • • General safety requirements.2" RFT-V Power Feeding.19]. the steady state open circuit voltage from each conductor to earth shall not exceed 140 V dc. TNV-3 circuits may be touched by users on a limited area of contact.18] for RFT-V circuits. the feeding current shall not exceed 60 mA DC for any feeding voltage value.19]. including any additional network related safety requirements and/or network protection requirements specified by the loop provider. used for remote powering of transmission equipment (including POTS. The DC power-feeding limits are supplementary to the AC signal descriptions in the succeeding clusters 1 to 5. By referring to both kinds of signal descriptions.18] safety standards for RFT circuits (Remote Feeding Telecommunication). and may be subjected to overvoltages from the telecommunication network.17]. 7. ISDN and xDSL).

linear (dB) scale. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. in which ZR refers to the specified reference impedance ZR (see figure 5). (4. the mean signal voltage over a reference impedance ZR (see figure 5) shall not exceed a level of -9.1].1].7. 8. measured within a frequency band from at least 200 Hz to 3. as defined in [i. within a power bandwidth B. etc. 8.5 dB = -8. and over a one-minute period. the level of any tone in the DTMF high frequency group shall not be greater than -9. the narrow-band signal voltage (NBSV) shall not exceed the limits given in table 1. clause 4. telephones.5 dBV.21 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.1). 8. clause 4.8.5. clause 4. Figure 3 illustrates the NBSV in a bandwidth-normalized way. To be compliant with this signal category.7.0 dBV + 2.) on a single wire pair. 8.3.3).7. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . the requirements on DTMF-signals (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency). ETSI . analogue leased lines.0 dBV.4.g. This is to be measured when the TE interface is terminated with the specified reference impedance ZR (see figure 5). telex signals encoded as voice band signals and music lines.1.1.8 kHz.1].1 (tested according to clause A.2).2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. The measurement method of the NBSV is described in clause 13.3. This table specifies the break points of these limits. the peak-to-peak signal voltage over a reference impedance ZR (see figure 5) shall not exceed a level of 5.1.3 kHz to 200 kHz.2).3.3.1. The NBSV is the average rms-voltage U of a sending signal into a (complex) load impedance Z.8 kHz.0 V.2 (2009-05) 8 Cluster 1 signals (voice band) This cluster summarizes signals that are generated by analogue transmission equipment (including POTS). Faxes.1]. voice band modems.1].0 dBV + 2.1 Total signal voltage The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates where it is specified: To be compliant with this signal category. Reference: TBR 021 [i.2.7 dBV.3.7.3 Narrow-band signal voltage The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. voice band modems.0 dB = -7.2.2.1] (30 Hz to 4.3 kHz.2 (tested according to clause A. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13.7.7.4. clause 4. This requirement does not apply to DTMF signals. The level of any tone in the low frequency group shall not be greater than -11. measured within a frequency band from at least 200 Hz to 3. Reference: TBR 021 [i. Unless other specified. Reference: TBR 021 [i. are equal to the voice signal.1 "POTS" signals (voice band lines 300 Hz to 3 400 Hz) This category covers signals from telephony transmission equipment (e. analogue leased lines. This extension is essential to guarantee compatibility with broadband xDSL systems.4.2 (tested according to clause A. A signal can be classified as a "POTS signal" if it is compliant with all the clauses below.4) the requirements above 200 kHz are extended from [i.3. clause 4. Reference: TBR 021 [i.8.

000 10.5 dBV Power Bandwidth B 10 Hz 10 Hz 10 Hz 10 Hz 10 Hz 10 Hz 10 Hz 300 Hz 300 Hz 300 Hz 300 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz Spectral Voltage U/√B -43.7 dBV -16. the individual level of any single frequency component shall not exceed -35.2 dBm in 600 Ω and +8.3 kHz to 20 kHz.7 dBV/√Hz -20.7 dBV -10.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 3: Spectral Voltage.22 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.7 dBV.5 dBV/√Hz 200 kHz -60 dBV 1 kHz 135 Ω -90 dBV/√Hz 500 kHz -90 dBV 1 kHz 135 Ω -120 dBV/√Hz 500 kHz -60 dBV 1 MHz 135 Ω -120 dBV/√Hz 30 MHz -60 dBV 1 MHz 135 Ω -120 dBV/√Hz NOTE: A voltage of 1 V. ETSI . clause 4. as specified in table 1 During tone signalling the limits given in table 1 do not apply to DTMF signals and are replaced by the following limits: • • • In the range 4.3 kHz 5. for POTS signals.7 dBV/√Hz -54. Reference: TBR 021 [i.7 dBV/√Hz -16.2 (2009-05) Table 1: Break points of the narrow-band voltage limits Frequency f 30 Hz 100 Hz 200 Hz 3. when terminated with ZR. the individual level of any single frequency component shall not exceed -40.9 kHz 4.1]. and causes a power of +2.3 kHz 4.1 kHz 8.9 kHz 11.0 kHz 4.0 kHz 200 kHz Impedance Z ZR ZR ZR ZR ZR ZR ZR ZR ZR ZR ZR ZR ZR Signal Level U -33.7 dBV -40 dBV -44 dBV -44 dBV -58. the individual level of any single frequency component is left for further study.7 dBV/√Hz -20.7. In the range 20 kHz to 200 kHz.3.7 dBV.7 dBV -44.7 dBV -6. 0 -20 [dBV / sqrt(Hz)] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 1 Spectral Voltage of POTS signals 10 100 1.4. when terminated with ZR.7 dBV -6.0 kHz 11.7 dBV/√Hz -65 dBV/√Hz -69 dBV/√Hz -69 dBV/√Hz -83. equals 0 dBV.7 dBV/√Hz -26.7 dBm in 135 Ω.7 dBV/√Hz -16.8 kHz 3.5 dBV -58.7 dBV -10.5 dBV/√Hz -88.5.5 dBV -58. In the range 200 kHz to 30 MHz.5 dBV/√Hz -88.

and averaged in any one second period.000 10. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 3.2 and 13. as specified in table 2. clauses 4.3. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal.3. Table 3: Values for the LOV limits LOV -46 dBV B 1 kHz fmin 510 Hz fmax 10 kHz RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 1 Longitudinal conversion loss of POTS 10 100 1.3 and 4.1. Clause 13.5]. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the impedance RT = R1 + R2. when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13. Reference: EN 300 450 [i.7. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax.2 (2009-05) 8. Clause 13.2. Reference: TBR 021 [i. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced. Reference: TS 101 270-1 [i. Table 2: Values for the components for the terminating impedance for measuring the LOV and LCL Resistance RT Resistance RT NOTE: Value 300 Ω Frequency range 50 Hz to 3 800 Hz Tolerance 3 800 Hz to 30 MHz R1/R2 = 1 ± 0. clause 4. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 4.1 % 135/2 Ω TE powering by Feeding bridge according to TBR 021 [i.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 4: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss for a POTS-signal source ETSI . measured in a power bandwidth B.3.3.2. as specified in clauses 13. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.3.3.4].1].1]. Reference: EN 300 453 [i.4. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements.4. clause 8.3.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage. clause 4. clause 4.3.4.3.13].3.2 and 13. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 4.23 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.1.3.2.5.2.

the AC ringing voltage shall not exceed the maximum values in table 5. Reference: EN 0-21 [i. clause A.7.5 Feeding power (from the LT-port) Power feeding is no integral part of this signal category.7 Ringing signal The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. that is used to enable the specification of various signal levels.17]. annex M has to be followed.2] Country 1 Country 2 Frequency 25 Hz ± 2 Hz 50 Hz Maximum Voltage 100 Vrms 100 Vrms ETSI .5. 8.1. However. when ringing signals are present.2. Reference: EN 0-1 [i.17]. Reference: TBR 021 [i. clause 1.2.2].1.6 Reference impedance ZR The reference impedance ZR. Table 5: Maximum ringing signal (POTS service) ES 201 970 [i. Reference: EN 300 001 [i. This harmonized complex impedance (see figure 5) equals 270 Ω in series with a parallel combination of 750 Ω and 150 nF. To enable power feeding in combination with this signal category.1. is the European harmonized complex impedance.2 (2009-05) Table 4: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 4 Frequency range 50 Hz to 600 Hz 600 Hz to 3 400 Hz 3 400 Hz to 3 800 Hz 3 800 Hz to 38 kHz 38 kHz to 380 kHz 380 kHz to 30 MHz Minimum value 40 dB 46 dB 40 dB 40 dB 40 dB to 30 dB 30 dB Impedance 600 Ω 600 Ω 600 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 8.20].1. refer to Class A in clause 7.2.19]. clause 12. Reference: TR 2 [i.1]. The AC ringing signal may be or may be not superimposed on the DC feeding voltage. although it is not uncommon for POTS services. Reference: ES 201 970 [i.18]. Reference: TS 7 [i.3]. the requirements in EN 0-1 [i.1. 270 Ω 750 Ω 150 nF Figure 5: Reference impedance ZR 8.24 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.

the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of +13.2B1Q signal" if it is compliant with all the clauses below. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of 2.1.1.6].1. 50 Hz common mode metering pulses (if added to POTS lines).1. Reference: EN 300 001 [i.1 "ISDN. This clause is based on the ETSI reports on ISDN equipment [i. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. A signal can be classified as an "ISDN.1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. Reference: TS 102 080 [i. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 80 kHz.6]. Table 6: Maximum metering signal Frequency 48 Hz to 52 Hz Voltage Maximum 100 Vrms Pulse width 70 ms to 200 ms 9 Cluster 2 signals (semi broadband) This cluster summarizes signals that are generated by digital transmission equipment up to 160 kbit/s.5. shall be within the limits of table 6.25 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.3].5 dBm (± 0.3. 9.8 Metering signals The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 80 kHz.8. clause A.2B1Q" signals This category covers signals generated by ISDN transmission equipment on a single wire-pair.5 V (± 5 %).2 (2009-05) 8.2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.12. 9.5 dBm). clause A. Reference: TS 102 080 [i. including ISDN-BA and 64 kbit/s and 128 kbit/s leased lines. ETSI . based on 2B1Q line coding.12. clause 1. 9.7.1.6]. NOTE: Most access networks are using a different type of metering signals.

4 MHz 5 MHz 30 MHz 800 kHz 1.2B1Q signals.6] is in fact a NBSP specification. while table 7 specifies centre frequencies (starting at 300 kHz + 500 kHz).1. in order to make sure that different systems do not fill the entire allowable bandwidth with noise up to the PSD limit. as specified in table 7 ETSI .2B1Q" signals "X" "Y" 1 10 100 1. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies). clause A. The additional use of a sliding window PSD specification in [i. NBSP specifications cover both signal types. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .2 (2009-05) 9.6] (similar to figure 6). Table 7: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre Frequency f 510 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 50 kHz 500 kHz 1. Reference: TS 102 080 [i. This table specifies the break points of these limits. illustrates the NBSP nature of the PSD specification in [i. NOTE: The NBSP specification in table 7 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specification in [i. and used here since it is much wider applicable.3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. within a power bandwidth B.6] in more detail. for ISDN.26 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. This enables a unified specification method. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. since the use of a 10 kHz bandwidth (above 10 kHz) and a 1 MHz bandwidth (above 300 kHz) is mandatory in [i. Mark that in [i.000 10.5. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.12.4 MHz 3. The nature of the original PSD specification in [i.637 MHz 30 MHz Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω Signal Level P -0 dBm -0 dBm 10 dBm 10 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -80 dBm -80 dBm -30 dBm -30 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm Power bandwidth B 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -30 dBm/Hz -30 dBm/Hz -30 dBm/Hz -30 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "ISDN.4.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 6: Spectral Power.6].linear (dB) scale. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.6].6].6] the lower frequency (300 kHz) has been specified.2. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature. shall not exceed the limits given in table 7. Figure 6 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.

when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 7. Clause13.27 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.1.3. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring.6].2 and 13.3. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 8.1 kHz 225 kHz 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 Longitudinal conversion loss of "ISDN. clause 8. and averaged in any one second period.3.1.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 7: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss for a "ISDN. clause A.3.3.2 (2009-05) 9.13.000 10.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 135 Ω of the Signal Source under test. Table 8: Values for the LOV limits LOV -46 dBV B 10 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 5. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements.3. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced.2B1Q" signals 1 10 100 1.13]. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal.2 and 13.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage.3.3.3.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss.5. Reference: TS 101 270-1 [i. measured in a power bandwidth B.13]. as specified in clauses 13. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax.5 kHz 5 kHz 60 kHz 190 kHz 337 kHz 30 MHz LCL 25 dB 45 dB 45 dB 35 dB 30 dB 30 dB ETSI . centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax.3.2B1Q" signal source Table 9: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 7 Frequency range < 0. Reference: TS 102 080 [i. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 9. extended to 30 MHz according to [i. Clause 13.3.

1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. although it is not uncommon for ISDN. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 150 Ω shall not exceed a level of 2. ETSI .MMS.5 dBm). measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 100 kHz.43" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . Mark that in [i.43" signals This category covers signals generated by ISDN transmission equipment on a single wire-pair. clause B. This clause is based on the ETSI reports on ISDN equipment [i. shall not exceed the limits given in table 10. while table 10 specifies centre frequencies (starting at 300 kHz + 500 kHz). refer to one of the power feeding classes summarized in clause 7.2.6]. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 100 kHz.6]. Reference: TS 102 080 [i.2.12. in order to make sure that different systems do not fill the entire allowable bandwidth with noise up to the PSD limit. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 150 Ω shall not exceed a level of +13.6]. within a power bandwidth B. The nature of the original PSD specification in [i.linear (dB) scale. Reference: TS 102 080 [i.4.1.1.2.6] is in fact a NBSP specification. 9.6] (similar to figure 8). This table specifies the break points of these limits. and used here since it is much wider applicable. since the use of a 10 kHz bandwidth (above 10 kHz) and a 1 MHz bandwidth (above 300 kHz) is mandatory in [i. 9. clause B.28 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.6].3 Narrow-band signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.2 (2009-05) 9.5 dBm (±0.12.5.6].2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.6] in more detail.0 V (± 10 %).1.5 Feeding power (from the LT-port) Power feeding is no integral part of this signal category. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. 9. based on MMS 43 (also known as 4B3T) line coding. 9. NOTE: The NBSP specification in table 10 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specification in [i. but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies). The additional use of a sliding window PSD specification in [i. illustrates the NBSP nature of the PSD specification in [i.MMS. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. NBSP specifications cover both signal types. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.2 "ISDN. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13. Figure 8 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. To enable power feeding in combination with this signal category. A signal can be classified as an "ISDN.2. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature. This enables a unified specification method.2B1Q services.6] the lower frequency (300 kHz) has been specified.

This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring.2 and 13.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 8: Spectral Power.MMS.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss. Clause 13. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 150 Ω of the Signal Source under test.3.2 and 13.3.MMS.69 MHz 30 MHz Impedance R 150 Ω 150 Ω 150 Ω 150 Ω 150 Ω 150 Ω 150 Ω 150 Ω 150 Ω 150 Ω 150 Ω 150 Ω Signal Level P -0 dBm -0 dBm 10 dBm 10 dBm -27 dBm -27 dBm -80 dBm -80 dBm -17 dBm -17 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm Power bandwidth B 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -30 dBm/Hz -30 dBm/Hz -30 dBm/Hz -30 dBm/Hz -67 dBm/Hz -67 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz -77 dBm/Hz -77 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "ISDN. when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13. and averaged in any one second period.3.3.2 (2009-05) Table 10: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre Frequency f 510 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 50 kHz 300 kHz 1 MHz 5 MHz 30 MHz 800 kHz 1 MHz 3.43" signals "X" "Y" 1 10 100 1.3.29 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 11.000 10.3. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 12.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 9.5. ETSI . measured in a power bandwidth B. Clause 13.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage.3. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax. as specified in clauses 13.3. for "ISDN. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced. as specified in table 10 9.2.43" signals.

000 frequency [kHz] Figure 9: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss for a "ISDN. Unless otherwise indicated.CAP.13].QAM" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below. the following signal specifications apply with a resistive load impedance of 135 Ω.13].3. This signal is labelled as Proprietary.13.3.43" signals 1 10 100 1.43 services.30 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. although it is not uncommon for ISDN. clause B.MMS. Reference: TS 101 270-1 [i. generated by Proprietary multi-rate SymDSL transmission equipment on one wire-pair. ITU nor ANSI product standards.CAP.MMS43" signal source Table 12: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 9 Frequency range < 5 kHz 10 kHz 20 kHz 150 kHz 1 MHz 30 MHz LCL 28 dB 34 dB 40 dB 40 dB 36 dB 30 dB 9.5 Feeding power (from the LT-port) Power feeding is no integral part of this signal category.SymDSL. but dedicated to signals from transmission equipment for variable bit-rate leased lines that are using CAP or QAM modulation. To enable power feeding in combination with this signal category.5. refer to one of the power feeding classes summarized in clause 7.QAM" signals This category covers signals. 9. This signal definition is linecode independent. Table 11: Values for the LOV limits LOV -46 dBV B 10 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 5. A signal can be classified as a "Proprietary.2 (2009-05) Reference: TS 102 080 [i.000 10.2. clause 8.3 extended to 30 MHz according to [i. since it is not covered by ETSI.SymDSL. ETSI .6].1 kHz 245 kHz 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 Longitudinal conversion loss of "ISDN.MMS.3 "Proprietary.

Table 13: Break points of the narrow-band signal power P Centre frequency f 510 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 50 kHz 120 kHz 300 kHz 30 MHz 300 kHz 460 kHz 30 MHz Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω Signal Level P -0 dBm -0 dBm +10 dBm +10 dBm -9 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -30 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm Power bandwidth B 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -30 dBm/Hz -30 dBm/Hz -30 dBm/Hz -30 dBm/Hz -49 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" ETSI .3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.3.linear (dB) scale. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 MHz.5 V (15 V peak-peak).3.31 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.3. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 MHz.2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. shall not exceed the limits given in table 13. This table specifies the break points of these limits. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.2 (2009-05) 9. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. within a power bandwidth B. Figure 10 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.2. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of +14 dBm.5. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . 9. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. 9.1. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of 7. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.

Clause 13.CAP. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax.3.3.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 10: Spectral Power. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss.2 and 13. Clause 13. as specified in table 13 9.CAP. when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13.SymDSL. and averaged in any one second period. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 135 Ω of the signal source under test. as specified in clauses 13.32 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.QAM" signals "X" "Y" 1 10 100 1.2 and 13. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 14.5.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.3.1 kHz 225 kHz ETSI .3.SymDSL.3.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage.3.2 (2009-05) 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "Proprietary. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring. for "Proprietary. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 43. measured in a power bandwidth B. Table 14: Values for the LOV limits LOV -46 dBV B 10 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 5. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.000 10.3.3. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 11.3.QAM" signals.

These signals are commonly used to carry services like high quality leased lines. Unless otherwise indicated. These are essentially 392 kbaud systems (per wire-pair). and does not apply to the DC remote power feeding (if any).7].1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 11: Minimum LCL for a "Proprietary.8. the signal description holds for each individual wire-pair. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 784 kHz. 10. the following signal specifications apply with a resistive load impedance of 135 Ω.2B1Q/3 signal" if it is compliant with all clauses below. including HDSL and SDSL.7].QAM" signal source Table 15: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 11 Frequency < 0.2 (2009-05) 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 LCL of "Proprietary. ETSI . Reference: TS 101 135 [i.SymDSL. based on 2B1Q line coding. generated by HDSL transmission equipment on three wire-pairs. 10.SymDSL. If such a system requires more than one wire-pair for carrying that bitrate.2B1Q/3" signals (392 kbaud leased lines) This category covers signals. clause 5. with symmetrical bitrates (in up.1. This clause is based on the ETSI reports on HDSL equipment [i. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of +14 dBm.QAM" 1 10 100 1. A signal (per wire-pair) can be classified as an "HDSL.5 kHz 5 kHz 60 kHz 190 kHz 337 kHz 30 MHz LCL 25 dB 45 dB 45 dB 35 dB 30 dB 30 dB 10 Cluster 3 signals (symmetrical broadband) This cluster summarizes symmetrical signals that are generated by digital transmission equipment up to 2 Mbit/s.33 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.4.000 10.CAP.CAP.1 "HDSL.5.4.and downstream directions).

shall not exceed the limits given in table 16. NOTE: The NBSP specification in table 16 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specification in [i.2 (2009-05) 10. Table 16: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre Frequency f 0.4.linear (dB) scale. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. This table specifies the break points of these limits. Figure 12 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. and used here since it is much wider applicable.1.64 V (±7 %). These numbers are reconstructed from PSD requirements in [i. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.7].96 MHz 1.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 12: Spectral Power. clause 5. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 784 kHz.51 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 196 kHz 1.2B1Q/3 signals.8.34 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.8.1.2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.1.96 MHz 30 MHz Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω Signal Level P -7 dBm -7 dBm +3 dBm +3 dBm -77 dBm -57 dBm -57 dBm Power bandwidth B 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -37 dBm/Hz -37 dBm/Hz -37 dBm/Hz -37 dBm/Hz -117 dBm/Hz -117 dBm/Hz -117 dBm/Hz 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of HDSL. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of 2.7]. for HDSL. NBSP specifications cover both signal types. but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies). the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. within a power bandwidth B. Reference: TS 101 135 [i.7]. This enables a unified specification method.000 10. as specified in table 16 ETSI .1. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.4.3. clause 5. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature. 10.7] (similar to figure 12).3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.2.5. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.2B1Q/3 signals 1 10 100 1. Reference: TS 101 135 [i.

The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 17.000 frequency [kHz] B 10 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 5.1 kHz 410 kHz Longitudinal conversion loss of HDSL. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced. Reference: TS 101 135 [i.3.2B1Q/3 signal source (392 kbaud/wirepair) Table 18: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 13 Frequency < 0.1.13].7]. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal.3.2 (2009-05) 10. clause 5.35 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.1 extended to 30 MHz according to [i.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. Clause 13. Table 17: Values for the LOV limits LOV -46 dBV 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 1 10 100 1. Reference: TS 101 270-1 [i. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 18.3.3. clause 8.96 MHz 30 MHz LCL 30 dB 50 dB 50 dB 30 dB 30 dB ETSI .13]. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements.2 and 13. and averaged in any one second period.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage.3.000 10. Clause 13.8. measured in a power bandwidth B. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 135 Ω of the signal source under test.3.3.3. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax.3.2 and 13.5. when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13.5 kHz 5 kHz 196 kHz 1.2B1Q/3 Figure 13: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss for a HDSL. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 13.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss.5.3. as specified in clauses 13.

Unless otherwise indicated.7].2. he definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. clause 5.8.4.1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. This table specifies the break points of these limits.8. although it is not uncommon for HDSL services. 10.3. refer to one of the power feeding classes summarized in clause 7.4. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 168 kHz.2. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 168 kHz.7]. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.4.3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. clause 5. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of 2. Figure 14 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. 10. ETSI . the following signal specifications apply with a resistive load impedance of 135 Ω. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies). This enables a unified specification method.5 Feeding power (from the LT-port) Power feeding is no integral part of this signal category. Reference: TS 101 135 [i. shall not exceed the limits given in table 19.2.2B1Q/2 signal" if it is compliant with all clauses below.2 "HDSL. within a power bandwidth B. 10.7]. Reference: TS 101 135 [i.linear (dB) scale. To enable power feeding in combination with this signal category. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.2 (2009-05) 10. generated by HDSL transmission equipment on two wire-pairs.7]. based on 2B1Q line coding. NBSP specifications cover both signal types. NOTE: The NBSP specification in table 19 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specification in [i.1. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.2B1Q/2" signals (584 kbaud leased lines) This category covers signals.36 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. These are essentially 584 kbaud systems (per wire-pair).1.1.4. Reference: TS 101 135 [i. A signal (per wire-pair) can be classified as an "HDSL. These numbers are reconstructed from PSD requirements in [i.7] (similar to figure 14). and does not apply to the DC remote power feeding (if any).5.2. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature. 10. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of +14 dBm. This clause is based on the ETSI reports on HDSL equipment [i. clause 5. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.7].8.64 V (±7 %). and used here since it is much wider applicable.

1 extended to 30 MHz according to [i.3. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax.3.8.3.3. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax.92 MHz 2.2.2B1Q/2 signals.3. as specified in clauses 13.2B1Q/2 signals 1 10 100 1. measured in a power bandwidth B. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 15.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 20.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 14: Spectral Power.5.3.51 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 292 kHz 2.7].5. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 21. Clause 13. Reference: TS 101 135 [i. and averaged in any one second period.2 and 13. ETSI .13]. Reference: TS 101 270-1 [i. Clause 13.3. clause 8. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 135 Ω of the Signal Source under test.2 (2009-05) Table 19: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0.3. as specified in table 19 10.2 and 13.92 MHz 30 MHz Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω Signal Level P -9 dBm -9 dBm +1 dBm +1 dBm -79 dBm -59 dBm -59 dBm Power bandwidth B 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -39 dBm/Hz -39 dBm/Hz -39 dBm/Hz -39 dBm/Hz -119 dBm/Hz -119 dBm/Hz -119 dBm/Hz 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of HDSL. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal.37 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13. clause 5.13].000 10.3.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage. for HDSL.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring.3.

10.2 (2009-05) Table 20: Values for the LOV limits LOV -46 dBV B 10 kHz fmin 5. refer to one of the power feeding classes summarized in clause 7.3.7]. A signal (per wire-pair) can be classified as an "HDSL. based on 2B1Q line coding. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 2 320 kHz.8.2B1Q/1 signal" if it is compliant with all clauses below.2B1Q/1" signals (1 160 kbaud leased lines) This category covers signals.4.000 10.92 MHz 30 MHz LCL 30 dB 50 dB 50 dB 30 dB 30 dB 10.4.2B1Q/2 signal source (584 kbaud/wirepair) Table 21: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 15 Frequency < 0. To enable power feeding in combination with this signal category.5 Feeding power (from the LT-port) Power feeding is no integral part of this signal category. and does not apply to the DC remote power feeding (if any).2B1Q/2 1 10 100 1. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of +14 dBm.5. 10. Unless otherwise indicated.7].5 kHz 5 kHz 292 kHz 2. the following signal specifications apply with a resistive load impedance of 135 Ω.1 kHz fmax 575 kHz RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 Longitudinal conversion loss of HDSL.38 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. generated by HDSL transmission equipment on a single wire-pair. clause 5.1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.3 "HDSL. ETSI . although it is not uncommon for HDSL services. This clause is based on the ETSI reports on HDSL equipment [i.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 15: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss for a HDSL. Reference: TS 101 135 [i.2.

2 (2009-05) 10. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature.5 dBm/Hz -41.5 dBm/Hz -121.linear (dB) scale. Table 22: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0.1.3. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 2 320 kHz. as specified in table 22 ETSI . at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.4.2 Peak amplitude To be compliant with this signal category.000 10. This table specifies the break points of these limits.50 V (± 7 %).5 dBm -11.5 dBm Power bandwidth B 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -41.2. Reference: TS 101 135 [i. within a power bandwidth B. NOTE: The NBSP specification in table 22 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specification in [i.5 dBm/Hz -121. shall not exceed the limits given in table 22. clause 5.5 dBm/Hz -41.7]. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13. for HDSL.5. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.2B1Q/1 signals 1 10 100 1.7] (similar to figure 16).3 Narrow-band signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.2B1Q/1 signals.3. but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies). the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of 2.39 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.8.7].7].5 dBm -1.3.5 dBm -61.5 dBm/Hz -41. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. This enables a unified specification method. NBSP specifications cover both signal types.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 16: Spectral Power.5 dBm -1.51 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 485 kHz 4. Figure 16 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.1.5 dBm -81.850 MHz 4. clause 5. 10.850 MHz 30 MHz Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω Signal Level P -11.5 dBm -61.5 dBm/Hz -121. and used here since it is much wider applicable. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .4.5 dBm/Hz 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of HDSL. Reference: TS 101 135 [i.8. These numbers are reconstructed from PSD requirements in [i.

2 and 13.3.3.3.3. Reference: TS 101 135 [i.2 and 13. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal. as specified in clauses 13. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 17.5 kHz 5 kHz 485 kHz 4.5.3. Clause 13.3. extended to 30 MHz according to [i.13].7]. Table 23: Values for the LOV limits LOV -46 dBV B 10 kHz fmin 5.1.85 MHz 30 MHz LCL 30 dB 50 dB 50 dB 30 dB 30 dB ETSI . clause 8.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss. Reference: TS 101 270-1 [i.3.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax. clause 5.2B1Q/1 1 10 100 1. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 24.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 17: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss for a HDSL.2 (2009-05) 10.3. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements. when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13.13].3. and averaged in any one second period.5.3.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage.8. Clause 13. measured in a power bandwidth B.000 10. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 23.40 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced.2B1Q/1 signal source Table 24: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 17 Frequency < 0.3.1 kHz fmax 890 kHz RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 Longitudinal conversion loss of HDSL. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 135 Ω of the Signal Source under test.

NBSP specifications cover both signal types. refer to one of the power feeding classes summarized in clause 7.2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.4. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of +14 dBm. Figure 18 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.7]. within a power bandwidth B.7] (similar to figure 18).2. clause B. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature.linear (dB) scale. To enable power feeding in combination with this signal category.3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.1. Reference: TS 101 135 [i. A signal (per wire-pair) can be classified as an "HDSL. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.1.5 dB") from the "maximum PSD" into the "nominal PSD".5 V (13 V peak-peak). although it is not uncommon for HDSL services. while the 100 kHz bandwidth values represent the "nominal PSD values".7].8.1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. clause B.4. and does not apply to the DC remote power feeding (if any).7]. the following signal specifications apply with a resistive load impedance of 135 Ω. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .5. 10. The 100 kHz bandwidth specification has been added here to smooth spectral ripple ("±1.5. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 MHz. ETSI .41 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.2. Both upper limits shall be met simultaneously. Unless otherwise indicated.4. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 MHz.7]. shall not exceed the limits given in table 25. but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies). The 10 kHz bandwidth values represent the "maximum PSD values" from [i.5.5 Feeding power (from the LT-port) Power feeding is no integral part of this signal category.CAP/2" signals This category covers signals.3. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. based on CAP modulation.4. 10.2 (2009-05) 10. This table specifies the break points of these limits.CAP/2 signal" if it is compliant with all clauses below. NOTE 1: The NBSP specification in table 25 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specification in [i. This enables a unified specification method. This clause is based on the ETSI reports on HDSL equipment [i.4 "HDSL. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of 6. and used here since it is much wider applicable. NOTE 2: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y".7]. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. 10. reconstructed from the PSD requirements in [i. 10. generated by HDSL transmission equipment on two wire-pairs.8.4. Reference: TS 101 135 [i.

Clause 13. for HDSL.2 and 13.10 kHz 272.3.58 kHz 255.5 dBm/Hz -38.3.98 kHz 3.62 kHz 297. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax. as specified in table 25 10.51 kHz 3. when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13.5 dBm -1.50 kHz 39.5 dBm/Hz -41.5 dBm -15. measured in a power bandwidth B.5 dBm -25. as specified in clauses 13.5 dBm/Hz -55. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax. ETSI .2 (2009-05) Table 25: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.CAP/2 signals.02 kHz 237.4.5 dBm/Hz -55.5 dBm/Hz -57 dBm/Hz -70 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz -40 dBm/Hz -40 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of HDSL.3. and averaged in any one second period.98 kHz 21.5 dBm -1.00 kHz 1. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced.5 dBm +1. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring.000 10.5 dBm +1.5 dBm -17 dBm -30 dBm -80 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm +10 dBm +10 dBm Power bandwidth B 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Spectral Power P/B -55.42 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.188 MHz 1.188 MHz 30 MHz 30 kHz 250 kHz Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω Signal Level P -25.CAP/2 signals "X" 'Y" 1 10 100 1.5 dBm/Hz -41.3. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 26.3. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 135 Ω of the Signal Source under test.3.2 and 13.5.5 dBm/Hz -38.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 18: Spectral Power.3.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage.

5 kHz 255 kHz 2.3. To enable power feeding in combination with this signal category. Reference: TS 101 135 [i.991. This signal description is dedicated to the symmetric variant. changes the generic signal description into a specific description. also known as Trellis Coded PAM (TC-PAM). but is not applicable to "enhanced" SDSL variants specified in annex E of [i. Reference: TS 101 270-1 [i.000 10.13]. refer to one of the power feeding classes summarized in clause 7. clause 8.2 [i. and uses 16 levels per symbol (16 UC-PAM).8].3.13]. although it is not uncommon for HDSL services. up to 2 320 kb/s line rate per wire pair. It is referred to as the Principal frequency of the signal. The SDSL standards specify both symmetric and asymmetric PSD masks.8. ETSI .7]. Table 26: Values for the LOV limits LOV -46 dBV B 10 kHz fmin 5.1 kHz fmax 285 kHz RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 Longitudinal conversion loss of HDSL.9]. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 27. This clause is based on ETSI SDSL standard [i. clause B. Replacing "Fn" in the signal name by a value.15 kHz 21. generated by multi-rate SDSL transmission equipment on one or up to four wire pairs. 10. since its value is required in the clauses below. extended to 30 MHz according to [i.3.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss. Clause 13.5 Feeding power (from the LT-port) Power feeding is no integral part of this signal category.2 (2009-05) The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 19.CAP/2 1 10 100 1. For the symmetric PSD masks the naming convention is "SDSL::Fn" where the phrase "Fn" is a placeholder for a number that is used as parameter FN in the signal definition.43 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 19: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss Table 27: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 19 Frequency < 2.5.5.5 "SDSL::Fn" signals This category covers signals.1.8] and on ITU Recommendation G.4.55 MHz 30 MHz LCL 30 dB 50 dB 50 dB 30 dB 30 dB 10. The line code modulation used in these standards is Ungerboeck Coded Pulse Amplitude Modulation (UC-PAM).

when FN < 685 kHz.4.67 3 2 312 NOTE: The actual bitrates and modulation parameters are implementation dependent. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to (2×FN). 12 V for "SDSL::Fn" signals.67 258. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to (2 × FN).1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.2 [i.5 ± 0.5 ± 0. Reference: TS 101 524 [i. Table 28 gives several examples on how to use the naming convention for specifying the actual parameter value Fn.67 66.67 514. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of Vpeak (± 7 %).1.33 173.67 3 776 SDSL::344 344 344 3 1 032 SDSL::430 429.2.67 3 1 544 SDSL::686 685.33 429.5. when FN ≥ 685 kHz and FN < 771 kHz. when FN < 685 kHz. Vpeak has the following values for the different SDSL signals: • • 12 V for "SDSL::Fn" signals.5.5 dBm for "SDSL::Fn" signals.33 3 1 288 SDSL::515 514.4.33 3 520 SDSL::259 258.9]. 10. The principal frequency frequency FN in this signal category does not exceed the value of 771 kHz. ETSI .1.991. and informative only.67 770. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. Table 28: Example on how the naming convention relates to the actual parameter value FN that is used in the clauses below to specify the signal limits of this signal category Signal category FN Symbol Rate Bit/symbol Line Bitrate (kbaud) (kbit/s) (kHz) SDSL::67 66.67 3 200 SDSL::131 130.8].33 3 2 056 SDSL::771 770. A signal with a higher Principal Frequency occupies a wider spectrum. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. other system implementations may use the same signal limits in a different way. Pmax has the following values for the different SDSL signals: • • +13. It also illustrates some (informative) bitrates that can be transported within these signal limits.67 130.2 (2009-05) The Principal frequency FN is indicative for the symbol rate (kbaud) that can be transported within these signal limits. clause 9.5 dBm for "SDSL::Fn" signals. +14.44 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.67 3 392 SDSL::174 173. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of Pmax.1 and B.4. A signal with a lower Principal Frequency has a higher inband PSD. when using the associated (informative) modulation parameters.5. when FN ≥ 685 kHz. These are examples only.33 685. clauses B.2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. 10.

shall not exceed the limits given in the tables in the following clauses.45 P1 -105 -110 -110 The reference power levels.4 P0 + 1.5 MHz 1.4 + 40 P0 + 40 P0 .5 P0 .5 + 40 P0 . at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.4 + 40 P0 + 1. in table 29 are given by the formulas below. Table 29 describes the break points of these limits for the symmetric PSD masks for all Principal frequencies between 67 kHz and 771 kHz.4 P0 + 1.4 + 20 P0 + 1. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13. Table 29: Break points of the narrow-band signal power P.45 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. Reference: TS 101 524 [i.4 P0 + 1.4.4.1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 0.96 × FN 1.2 (2009-05) 10.2 [i.991.1.4 + 30 P0 + 1. P0 and P1.5.4. Figure 20 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.8]. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.4 P0 + 1.4 P0 P0 .4.3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. within a power bandwidth B. clause B.2.linear (dB) scale. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.45 + 40 P1 + 40 -65 -50 -50 Noise Bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B (dBm/Hz) P0 + 1.475 × FN 0.9 F N ≥ 685 kHz F0 = 1 kHz ETSI . P0 = 10 × log10    FN K SDSL   − 10 × log 10    F  135   0       P1 = −57 − 15 × log10   FN  F0     7.2 + 40 P0 .2 P0 .6 × FN 0.1 × FN 0.5.5 MHz 30 MHz Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω Signal Level P (dBm) P0 + 1.86 F N < 685 kHz K SDSL =   9. as a function of the Principal frequency FN of the signal category Frequency f 0.9].1.4 P0 + 1.14 + 40 P0 .4 + 20 P0 + 1.4 + 30 P0 + 1.9 × FN 0.275 × FN 0. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . clause 9. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.4 × FN 0. Table 30 lists these values for few sample Principal frequencies.14 P0 .

2 344 -37.3. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax. Figure 20: Spectral Power.3.2 and 13. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 135 Ω of the Signal Source under test.2 (2009-05) Table 30: Reference power levels. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. clause 11.3. as a function of the Principle frequency FN P0 P1 NOTE: 67 -30.8 174 -34. measured in a power bandwidth B.3.3. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring. Reference: TS 101 524 [i.2 [i.3.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss.2 -100.5 771 -41.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 21.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage. for "SDSL::686" signals (at FN = 686 kHz).7 -95. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal.5 -93.3 kHz dBm/Hz dBm/Hz The table summarizes some example values.5.0 430 -38.3.7 -96.5 -88. as specified in table 29 10. 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "SDSL::686" signals 1 10 100 1.991.3.7 -99. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements.5. as specified in clauses 13. calculated from their formulas.46 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced.5 515 -39.9].1. and this figure shows only an example. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 31. Clause 13.000 10.3. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax.000 frequency [kHz] NOTE: These curves are dependent on the Principal frequency FN. Table 31: Values for the LOV limits LOV -50 dBV B 4 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 100 kHz 400 kHz ETSI . when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13.5 -97. Clause 13. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 32.4 131 -33.6 -84.7 686 -40.8].2 and 13.8 -90. clause 11. and averaged in any one second period.6 259 -36.

000 frequency [kHz] Figure 21: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss for a "SDSL::686" signal source Table 32: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 21 Frequency < 0.991.NT".asym::686.8].8] to 2 048 kbit/s upstream transmission. but is not applicable to "enhanced" SDSL variants specified in annex E of [i. signal "SDSL. It is referred to as the Principal frequency of the signal. Replacing "Fn" in the signal name by a value. For the asymmetric PSD masks the naming convention is "SDSL. The following four sub classes are defined: • • signal "SDSL.asym::686.asym::Fn" signals This category covers signals. dedicated in [i.2 (2009-05) 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 Longitudinal conversion loss of "SDSL::686" 1 10 100 1. The Principal frequency FN is indicative for the symbol rate (kbaud) that can be transported within these signal limits. changes the generic signal description into a specific description.8] and on ITU-T Recommendation G. refer to one of the power feeding classes summarized in clause 7.6 "SDSL. This signal description is dedicated to the symmetric variant.8] to 2 048 kbit/s downstream transmission.5 Feeding power (from the LT-port) Power feeding is no integral part of this signal category. The line code modulation used in these standards is Ungerboeck Coded Pulse Amplitude Modulation (UC-PAM). and uses 16 levels per symbol (16 UC-PAM).2 [i. up to 2 320 kb/s line rate per wire pair.47 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. A signal with a higher Principal Frequency occupies a wider spectrum.05 kHz 0. dedicated in [i. generated by multi-rate SDSL transmission equipment on one or up to four wire pairs. since its value is required in the clauses below. The SDSL standards specify both symmetric and asymmetric PSD masks.5. This clause is based on TS 101 524 [i. The principal frequency frequency FN in this signal category does not exceed the value of 771 kHz.LT".asym::Fn" where the phrase "Fn" is a placeholder for a number that is used as parameter FN in the signal definition. although it is not uncommon for SDSL services.05 kHz 5 kHz 1/2 × FN 50 × FN 30 MHz LCL 0 dB 0 dB 40 dB 40 dB 0 dB 0 dB 10.5.9].000 10. 10. To enable power feeding in combination with this signal category. also known as Trellis Coded PAM (TC-PAM). A signal with a lower Principal Frequency has a higher inband PSD. ETSI .

991. several examples on how ETSI SDSL [i. clause 9. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. As a result.asym::771.NT" signals. dedicated in [i.33 3 2 056 SDSL.4.asym::771.asym::686.LT". the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of Pmax.4.1 and B.6. ETSI . the bitrates in table 33. Pmax has the following values for the different SDSL signals: • • • • +16.LT" signals.2.5.67 3 2 312 NOTE: The actual bitrates and modulation parameters are implementation dependent.LT 686 685. Reference: TS 101 524 [i. 16V for "SDSL.50 ± 0. and their associated modulation parameters are informative only.LT" signals. dedicated in [i.8] make use of these signals are summarized in table 33. +16. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 3 MHz.asym::686. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13.5 dBm for "SDSL. 13V for "SDSL.33 3 2 056 SDSL.NT 686 685. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 3 MHz. Signal category 10.NT" signals.25 ± 0.1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.9].2 (2009-05) • • signal "SDSL.2 [i.1. Vpeak has the following values for the different SDSL signals: • • • • 16V for "SDSL.asym::686.5 dBm for "SDSL.4.2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.2.asym::686.asym::771.asym::771.25 ± 0.asym::686.67 3 2 312 SDSL. Table 33: Example on how the four subclasses of this signal category can be used for transporting data FN Symbol Rate Bit/symbol Line Bitrate (kbaud) (kbit/s) (kHz) SDSL.8].5 dBm for "SDSL.asym::771.5 dBm for "SDSL.asym::771.NT 771 770.asym::771.NT" signals.LT 771 770.asym::686.6. and informative only.NT" signals.8] to 2 304 kbit/s upstream transmission.LT" signals.8] to 2 304 kbit/s downstream transmission.LT" signals. signal "SDSL.asym::771. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of Vpeak (± 7 %). clauses B. Although this signal description is technology independent. 13V for "SDSL.75 ± 0. +15.NT". 10. +14.48 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.

2.9].asym::771.85 × FN P0 .NT" signals only.96 × FN P1 10 kHz 135 Ω 1.4 + 20 P0 + 1.5 kHz dBm/Hz dBm/Hz ETSI .6 × FN P0 .275 × FN P0 10 kHz 135 Ω P0 . Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.5 MHz -65 10 kHz -105 135 Ω 1.2 [i.5 MHz -50 1 MHz -110 135 Ω 30 MHz -50 1 MHz -110 135 Ω NOTE: The values for the parameters FN.2. as a function of the Principal frequency FN of the signal category frequency f 0.6.991.asym::686.5 -100.475 × FN P0 .NT".2 + 40 0.asym::686.4.4 P0 + 1.45 + 40 0.5 + 40 0.2 (2009-05) 10. clause B. The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.3 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) This clause is dedicated to "SDSL.1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω Signal Level P (dBm) P0 + 1.4 P0 + 1.4 + 40 P0 + 1.asym::771.15 + 40 0. Table 34: Break points of the narrow-band signal power P.4 × FN P0 .NT" and "SDSL.49 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 10 kHz 135 Ω P0 .1 × FN P0 + 1. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.5.4 + 20 P0 + 1.NT 771 -39.2 10 kHz 135 Ω P0 .5 SDSL.4.4 P0 + 1. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.4 10 kHz 135 Ω P0 + 40 0. Figures 22 and 23 illustrate the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.4.8].45 10 kHz 135 Ω P1 + 40 0.7 -99.4.4 + 30 Noise Bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz Spectral Power P/B (dBm/Hz) P0 + 1. Reference: TS 101 524 [i.15 10 kHz 135 Ω P0 . shall not exceed the limits given in the tables in the following clauses. within a power bandwidth B. P0 and P1 are given in table 35.4 + 30 P0 + 1.asym::771.2. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.asym::686. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.4 10 kHz 10 kHz 135 Ω P0 + 1.NT" and "SDSL.4 + 40 0. Table 35: The power levels and principle frequency for defining NBSP limits in table 34 for upstream asymmetric SDSL signals FN P0 P1 SDSL.NT 686 -37. clause 9. Table 34 gives the break points of the power limits for the upstream asymmetric NBSP limits for the signals "SDSL. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .4 P0 + 1.linear (dB) scale.

4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) This clause is dedicated to "SDSL.NT" signal. shall not exceed the limits given in the tables in the following clauses.asym::771. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 23: Spectral Power.NT" signals 1 10 100 1.9].asym::686.LT" and "SDSL.asym::771.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 22: Spectral Power.991.2 [i. as specified in table 34 10.2.asym::686.6. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. as specified in table 34 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "SDSL.50 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.asym::771. Table 36 gives the break points of the power limits for the upstream asymmetric NBSP limits for the signals "SDSL.4. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.NT" signals 1 10 100 1. within a power bandwidth B.2 (2009-05) 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "SDSL.5.NT". Reference: TS 101 524 [i.NT" and "SDSL.asym::686. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. for an "SDSL. for a "SDSL. Figures 24 and 25 illustrate the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. clause 9.4.asym::686. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. clause B.2.asym::771.LT" signals only.000 10. ETSI .linear (dB) scale.000 10.8].2. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.NT" signal.

5 SDSL.LT 771 1.5 10 kHz 135 Ω P 0. for "SDSL.1 + 40 0.1 × FN × w P1 10 kHz 135 Ω 1.25 10 kHz 135 Ω P0 .1.25 + 40 0.95×FN × w P0 .4 P0 + 1.asym::686.4 -103.2 (2009-05) Table 36: Break points of the narrow-band signal power P.1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω Signal Level P (dBm) P0 + 1.4 + 20 P0 + 1.2.5 -42.5 + 40 0.5 × FN × w P0 .asym::686.45 10 kHz 135 Ω P1 + 40 1.4 +40 0.4 10 kHz 135 Ω P0 + 0.4.4 P0 + 1.2 -104 kHz dBm/Hz dBm/Hz 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "SDSL. Table 37: The Principle frequency and power levels for upstream asymmetric SDSL signals FN w P0 P1 SDSL.5 MHz -50 1 MHz -110 135 Ω 30 MHz -50 1 MHz -110 135 Ω NOTE 1: The values for the parameters FN.4 + 40 P0 + 1.25 10 kHz 135 Ω P0 .45 + 40 0.1 10 kHz 135 Ω P0 .4.asym::686.4 P0 + 1.000 10.4 P0 + 1.4 + 20 P0 + 1.4 + 30 P0 + 1.LT" signal.4 × FN × w P0 .000 frequency [kHz] Figure 24: Spectral Power.1.1 × FN × w P0 + 1.asym::771.2.5.5 MHz -65 10 kHz -105 135 Ω 1. P0 and P1 used in table 36 are given in table 37.3 × FN × w P0 + 0. NOTE 2: w reflects how much "excess bandwidth" is used for the signals.LT 686 1.25 + 40 0.45 × FN × w P0 .6 × FN × w 14 + 40 P0 .14 10 kHz 135 Ω 0 P0 .6 -40. as specified in table 36 ETSI .LT" signals 1 10 100 1.4 + 30 Noise Bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz Spectral Power P/B (dBm/Hz) P0 + 1. as a function of the Principal frequency FN of the signal category Frequency f 0.4 10 kHz 10 kHz 135 Ω P0 + 1.51 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.

LT" signal.00 768. Table 38 gives several examples on how to use the naming convention for specifying the actual parameter value FN.5 Unbalance about earth As for "SDSL::Fn" signal category.00 964. The phrase "Fn" is a placeholder for a number that is used as parameter FN in the signal definition. up to 5 696 kb/s per wire pair.6.67 1 026. refer to one of the power feeding classes summarized in clause 7. The principal frequency FN does not exceed the value of 1 426 kHz for "e-SDSL::Fn" signals.8]. These are examples only.LT" signals 1 10 100 1.2 (2009-05) 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "SDSL. To enable power feeding in combination with this signal category. when using the associated (informative) modulation parameters.6 Feeding power (from the LT-port) Power feeding is no integral part of this signal category. The principal frequency of the PSD generated by 32 UC-PAM is lower than for 16 UC-PAM when used for transporting at the same bitrate. other system implementations may use the same signal limits in a different way. 10.67 1 285.52 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. This signal description is an extension to the "SDSL::Fn" signal description in a previous clause. It also illustrates some (informative) bitrates that can be transported within these signal limits. 10.00 964.7 "e-SDSL::Fn" signals (enhanced SDSL) This category covers signals. This is explained in the previous clause for "SDSL::Fn" signals.asym::771. generated by multi-rate SDSL transmission equipment on one or up to four wire pairs. as specified in annex E of ETSI SDSL standard [i.00 4 4 3 072 3 856 ETSI .6. for "SDSL.67 1 026.33 Symbol Rate (kbaud) 770.67 1 285. as specified in table 36 10.000 10. although it is not uncommon for SDSL services.5. Table 38: Example on how the naming convention relates to the actual parameter value FN that is used in the clauses below to specify the signal limits of this signal category Signal category 16 UC-PAM: e-SDSL::771 e-SDSL:: e-SDSL:: 32 UC-PAM: e-SDSL::768 e-SDSL::964 FN (kHz) 770. Enhanced SDSL addresses both the 16 UC-PAM and 32 UC-PAM variants specified in annex E of [i. representing the principal frequency.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 25: Spectral Power.33 Bit/symbol Line Bitrate (kbit/s) 2 312 3 080 3 856 3 3 3 768.8].asym::771.

2 (2009-05) Symbol Rate Bit/symbol Line Bitrate FN (kbaud) (kbit/s) (kHz) e-SDSL:: 1 026.5 dBm.7. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to (2 × FN).9]. when ≥ 685 kHz ≤ FN < 1 286 kHz For 32 UC-PAM modulation: +13. 10. 10.53 Signal category ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.8].5dBm ± 0.7.5 dBm. The total signal power is dependent on the value of the principal frequency frequency FN .2 Peak amplitude These definitions are identical as specified for "SDSL:Fn" signals. then Pmax ≤ 13.7. when 674 kHz < FN ≤ 1 426 kHz Reference: TS 101 524 [i.5 dBm for "e-SDSL::Fn" signals.5.5 ± 0.5 dBm for "e-SDSL::Fn" signals.5 ± 0.8]) meet these power restrictions. with the addition that FN can have values up to 1 426 kHz. Table 39 gives several examples how e-SDSL systems (according to TS 101 524 [i.4.2 [i.1 and E.00 1 282. ETSI .140 dBm. If FN ≥ 674 kHz and FN < 1 426 kHz.2.5 dBm for "e-SDSL::Fn" signals. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of Pmax. If FN ≥ 1 426 kHz hen Pmax < . 10.991.5 dBm for "e-SDSL::Fn" signals.5 ± 0. when FN < 685 kHz +14. clauses 9. clauses B.1 and B.4.00 4 5 128 e-SDSL:: 1 426.1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.4. when FN < 674 kHz +14.00 1 426.5 ± 0.00 4 5 704 NOTE: The actual bitrates and modulation parameters are implementation dependent. then Pmax ≤ 14. and shall not exceed the values below: • • • If FN < 674 kHz.4.3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) These definitions are identical as specified for "SDSL:Fn" signals. and informative only.4 Unbalance about earth These definitions are identical as specified for "SDSL:Fn" signals.00 4 4 104 e-SDSL:: 1 282. 10. Table 39: Power limits specified in TS 101 524 [i.8] for e-SDSL For 16 UC-PAM modulation: +13.5 dBm ± 0.7.00 1 026.

Signal category A signal (per wire-pair) can be classified as a "Proprietary. These definitions are partly based on the ETSI specifications on HDSL equipment [i.SymDSL.SymDSL.SymDSL.CAP.CAP.A::Fn" signals This category covers signals. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. Replacing "Fn" in the signal name by a value. Values between 72 kHz and 387 kHz are commonly used.SymDSL. although it is not uncommon for e-SDSL services. 10.7]. the following signal specifications apply with a resistive load impedance of 135 Ω. Unless otherwise indicated.A::133 133 133 400 3 16 Proprietary. These are examples only. The Principal frequency FN is indicative for the maximum symbol rate (kbaud) that can be transported within these signal limits. It is referred to as the Principal frequency of the signal.A::311 311 311 1 552 5 64 Proprietary. since it is not covered by ETSI.CAP. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of +14 dBm.SymDSL. Table 40 gives several examples on how to use the naming convention for specifying the actual parameter value Fn.CAP.SymDSL. It also illustrates some (informative) bitrates that can be transported within these signal limits. refer to one of the power feeding classes summarized in clause 7. and implementation dependent. when using the associated (informative) modulation parameters.5.SymDSL.A::261 261 261 1 040 4 32 Proprietary.A::387 387 387 2 320 6 128 NOTE: The bitrates and modulation parameters are informative only.54 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.2 (2009-05) 10.A::261 261 261 784 3 16 Proprietary. and does not apply to the DC remote power feeding (if any). 10.A::72 72 72 144 2 8 Proprietary.5 Feeding Power (from the LT-port) Power feeding is no integral part of this signal category. ETSI . but dedicated to signals from transmission equipment for variable bit-rate leased lines that are using CAP modulation.7.SymDSL.CAP.CAP. since its value is required in the clauses below. This signal definition is linecode independent.A::Fn" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below.SymDSL.SymDSL.CAP. In the naming convention "Proprietary.CAP.A::91 91 91 272 3 16 Proprietary.CAP.CAP.CAP.SymDSL. ITU nor ANSI product standards.A::176 176 176 528 3 16 Proprietary. changes the generic signal description into a specific description. To enable power feeding in combination with this signal category.SymDSL. and if parameter "Fn" is specified by a numerical value.1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. Table 40: Example on how the naming convention relates to the actual parameter value FN that is used in the clauses below to specify the signal limits of this signal category FN Baud Rate Bitrate Bit/Symbol Constellation size (kbaud) (kbit/s) (kHz) Proprietary.A::Fn". generated by Proprietary multi-rate SymDSL transmission equipment on one (or two) wire-pairs. This signal is labelled as Proprietary. A signal with a higher Principal Frequency occupies a wider spectrum.A::344 344 344 2 064 6 128 Proprietary. other system implementations may use the same signal limits in a different way.8 "Proprietary. is the phrase "Fn" a placeholder for a number that is used as parameter FN in the signal definition.8.CAP. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 MHz.

linear (dB) scale. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. and α = 0. within a power bandwidth B. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . Table 41: Break points of the narrow-band signal power P.2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.2 (2009-05) 10. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 MHz.2. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.55 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 40 kHz FL + FN FL + (1 + α/2) × FN FL + (1 + α) × FN Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω Signal Level P -50 dBm -39 dBm -29 dBm -12 dBm -12 dBm -9 dBm -9 dBm -12 dBm -29 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz Spectral Power P/B -70 dBm/Hz -59 dBm/Hz -59 dBm/Hz -42 dBm/Hz -42 dBm/Hz -39 dBm/Hz -39 dBm/Hz -42 dBm/Hz -59 dBm/Hz 500 kHz -46 dBm 1 kHz -76 dBm/Hz 135 Ω 2 MHz -80 dBm 1 kHz -110 dBm/Hz 135 Ω 2 MHz -50 dBm 1 MHz -110 dBm/Hz 135 Ω 30 MHz -50 dBm 1 MHz -110 dBm/Hz 135 Ω NOTE: The parameter values for FL. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. as a function of the Principal frequency FN of the signal category (see table 40) Centre frequency f 0.5 V (13 V peak-peak). ETSI .1. 10. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of 6.15.8. and α are defined as FL = 10 kHz. shall not exceed the limits given in table 41.3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. This table specifies the break points of these limits. Figure 26 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.5. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.8.

The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 43.3.000 frequency [kHz] NOTE: These curves are dependent on the Principal frequency FN.2 (2009-05) 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "Proprietary. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 27.1 kHz 500 kHz ETSI .3. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring.000 10.3.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss.2 and 13. for "Proprietary.3. as specified in table 41 10. Clause 13.CAP.5.3.A::261" signals (at FN = 261 kHz). and that this figure shows an example only.3. as specified in clauses 13.A::261" signals Fn 1 10 100 1. measured in a power bandwidth B.CAP. Table 42: Values for the LOV limits LOV -46 dBV B 10 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 5. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 42.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.2 and 13.3. Clause 13.SymDSL. Figure 26: Spectral Power. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements.SymDSL. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax.56 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage.8. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 135 Ω of the Signal Source under test. and averaged in any one second period. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal.3.

but derived from CAP based HDSL signals defined in annex B of [i.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 27: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss for a "Proprietary. changes the generic signal description into a specific description.B::Fn" signals This category covers signals.SymDSL.A::261" signal source Table 43: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 27 Frequency < 0.CAP.A" signals.CAP. It is referred to as the Principal frequency of the signal.2 (2009-05) 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 Longitudinal conversion loss of "Proprietary. In the naming convention "Proprietary.CAP. since its value is required in the clauses below. Replacing "Fn" in the signal name by a value.CAP.SymDSL.4 kHz 4 kHz 500 kHz 5 MHz 30 MHz LCL 30 dB 50 dB 50 dB 30 dB 30 dB 10.SymDSL. The Principal frequency FN is indicative for the maximum symbol rate (kbaud) that can be transported within these signal limits. A signal with a higher Principal Frequency occupies a wider spectrum. The pass-band signal definition is linecode independent. This category covers other CAP implementation than covered by "Proprietary.SymDSL.9 "Proprietary. ETSI .7]. This signal is labelled as proprietary. These are examples only. when using the associated (informative) modulation parameters. other system implementations may use the same signal limits in a different way. generated by Proprietary multi-rate SymDSL transmission equipment. since it is not covered by ETSI.A" 1 10 100 1. is the phrase "Fn" a placeholder for a number that is used as parameter FN in the signal definition.000 10.5.CAP.SymDSL.57 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. Table 44 gives several examples on how to use the naming convention for specifying the actual parameter value Fn. Their definition is driven by the deployment of proprietary multi-rate symmetric HDSL transmission equipment based on CAP modulation. Values between 72 kHz and 387 kHz are commonly used. It also illustrates some (informative) bitrates that can be transported within these signal limits. ITU nor ANSI product standards.B::Fn". without significant advantages or disadvantages.

9. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.B::Fn" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below.CAP.9. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 MHz. and implementation dependent.SymDSL.CAP.7 6 2 320 128 NOTE: The bitrates and modulation parameters are informative only. shall not exceed the limits given in table 45. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13.1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.linear (dB) scale. the following signal specifications apply with a resistive load impedance of 135 Ω. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.SymDSL. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.B::72 72 72 4 288 32 Propriety.SymDSL.CAP. 10. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of +14 dBm.B::344 344 344 6 2 064 128 Propriety. ETSI .CAP. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. 10.SymDSL.1.58 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.B::100 100 100 4 400 32 Propriety.CAP. This table specifies the break points of these limits. within a power bandwidth B.B::132 132 132 4 528 32 Propriety.CAP. and does not apply to the DC remote power feeding (if any).CAP.B::208 208 208 5 1 040 64 Propriety.SymDSL.SymDSL.B::310 311 310. and if parameter "Fn" is specified by a numerical value. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of 7. 10. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.5.B::387 387 386.9. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. Unless otherwise indicated.SymDSL. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.CAP.SymDSL.SymDSL. Figure 28 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.2.2 (2009-05) Table 44: Example on how the naming convention relates to the actual parameter value FN that is used in the clauses below to specify the signal limits of this signal category Signal category Symbol Bits per Bitrate Constellation Symbol (kbit/s) size Rate (kBaud) Propriety.B::196 196 196 4 784 32 Propriety.4 V measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 MHz. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . FN (kHz) A signal (per wire-pair) can be classified as a "Proprietary.3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.CAP.4 5 1 552 64 Propriety.

5 -10 × log10(FN/F0) + 1 dBm/Hz.B::261" signals (at FN = 261 kHz). Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax. Clause 13.59 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.SymDSL.9. 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "Proprietary. A = 13. and that this figure shows an example only. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements.SymDSL. F0 = 1 Hz.17 dBm/Hz A dBm/Hz A dBm/Hz A .3.33 dBm A . as a function of the Principal frequency FN of the signal category (see table 44) Centre frequency f 0. Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω Signal Level P A .B::261" signals Fn 1 10 100 1.5. for "Proprietary.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 135 Ω of the Signal Source under test.CAP. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring.2 and 13.CAP.17 dBm/Hz A .17 dBm/Hz A . centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax.1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 9 kHz FL +FN FL + (1 + α/2) × FN FL + (1 + α) × FN 500 kHz 2 MHz 2 MHz 30 MHz NOTE: FL = 10 kHz. when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13.000 10.37 dBm A .37 dBm A . as specified in clauses 13.2 and 13.3.20 dBm/Hz -46 dBm 1 kHz -76 dBm/Hz 135 Ω -80 dBm 1 kHz -110 dBm/Hz 135 Ω -50 dBm 1 MHz -110 dBm/Hz 135 Ω -50 dBm 1 MHz -110 dBm/Hz 135 Ω α = 0. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal.3.30 dBm A .15. measured in a power bandwidth B.30 dBm A .000 frequency [kHz] NOTE: These curves are dependent on the Principal frequency FN.3. and averaged in any one second period.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage.47 dBm A . Figure 28: Spectral Power. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 46.50 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz Spectral Power P/B A .2 (2009-05) Table 45: Break points of the narrow-band signal power P.3.3 dBm/Hz A .3. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced. ETSI . as specified in table 45 10.3.

SymDSL. Table 48 gives several examples on how to use the naming convention for specifying the actual parameter value Fn. since its value is required in the clauses below. other system implementations may use the same signal limits in a different way. ITU nor ANSI product standards. generated by Proprietary multi-rate SymDSL transmission equipment on one wire-pair. In the naming convention "Proprietary. Table 46: Values for the LOV limits. It is referred to as the Principal frequency of the signal. This signal definition is linecode independent.60 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.CAP.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 29: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss for a "Proprietary.1 kHz 500 kHz 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 Longitudinal conversion loss of "Proprietary.SymDSL.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss. These are examples only. since it is not covered by ETSI. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. changes the generic signal description into a specific description. Values between 72 kHz and 128 kHz are commonly used.B::261" signal source Table 47: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 29 Frequency < 0. but dedicated to signals from transmission equipment for variable bit-rate leased lines that are using CAP or QAM modulation. This signal is labelled as Proprietary.CAP. A signal with a higher Principal Frequency occupies a wider spectrum.SymDSL.2 (2009-05) The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 29.10 "Proprietary. The Principal frequency FN is indicative for the maximum symbol rate (kbaud) that can be transported within these signal limits.B" 1 10 100 1.SymDSL. when using the associated (informative) modulation parameters. It also illustrates some (informative) bitrates that can be transported within these signal limits. ETSI . LOV -46 BV B 10 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 5.4 kHz 4 kHz 500 kHz 5 MHz 30 MHz LCL 30 dB 50 dB 50 dB 30 dB 30 dB 10. Clause 13.000 10. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 47. Replacing "Fn" in the signal name by a value.CAP.3.5.CAP.C::Fn" signals This category covers signals.C::Fn". is the phrase "Fn" a placeholder for a number that is used as parameter FN in the signal definition.

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Table 48: Example on how the naming convention relates to the actual parameter value FN that is used in the clauses below to specify the signal limits of this signal category
FN Baud Rate Bitrate Bit/Symbol Constellation (kbaud) (kbit/s) size (kHz) Proprietary.SymDSL.CAP.C::72 72 72 144 2 8 Proprietary.SymDSL.CAP.C::88 88 88 264 3 16 Proprietary.SymDSL.CAP.C::96 96 96 288 3 16 Proprietary.SymDSL.CAP.C::112 112 112 336 3 16 Proprietary.SymDSL.CAP.C::128 128 128 384 3 16 NOTE: The bitrates and modulation parameters are informative only, and implementation dependent. Signal category

A signal can be classified as a "Proprietary.SymDSL.CAP.C::Fn" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below, and if parameter "Fn" is specified by a numerical value. Unless otherwise indicated, the following signal specifications apply with a resistive load impedance of 135 Ω.

10.10.1 Total signal power
The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category, the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of +14 dBm, measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 MHz. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.

10.10.2 Peak amplitude
The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category, the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of 7,5 V (15 V peak-peak), measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 MHz. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13.1. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.

10.10.3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP)
The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category, the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R, shall not exceed the limits given in table 49, at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. This table specifies the break points of these limits. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) - linear (dB) scale. Figure 30 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R, within a power bandwidth B. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.2. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.

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Table 49: Break points of the narrow-band signal power P, as a function of the Principal frequency FN of the signal category (see table 48)
Centre frequency f 510 Hz 4 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 0,12 × FN + FL 0,23 × FN + FL 0,66 × FN + FL 1,06 × FN + FL 3,50 × FN 3,90 × FN FQ 30 MHz FQ 7,00 × FN 30 MHz FL = 10 kHz Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω Signal Level P (dBm) -56 -56 -30 -20 +7,6 - 0,380 × f/f0 +11,4 - 0,184 × f/f0 +11,2 - 0, × f/f0 +4,3 - 0, × f/f0 -38,2 - 0, × f/f0 -38,2 - 0, × f/f0 -50 -50 -30 -50 -50 f = centre freq (Hz)
 − 161× FN 
2  + 0,295 × FN  − 31,8 + 0,0421× FN  

Power bandwidth B 1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz f0 = 1 kHz

Spectral Power P/B (dBm/Hz) -86 -86 -60 -60 -32,4 - 0,380 × f/f0 -28,6 - 0,184 × f/f0 -28,8 - 0, × f/f0 -35,7 - 0, × f/f0 -78,2 - 0, × f/f0 -78,2 - 0, × f/f0 -90 -90 -90 -110 -110

"X"

"Y"

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35000 0 30000-20 25000-40 20000-60 15000-80
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Spectral Power of "Proprietary.SymDSL.CAP.C::128" signals
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These curves are dependent on the Principal frequency FN, and that this figure shows an example only.

Figure 30: Spectral Power, for "Proprietary.SymDSL.CAP.C::128" signals (at FN = 128 kHz), as specified in table 49

10.10.4 Unbalance about earth
The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category, the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements, under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal, as specified in clauses 13.3.2 and 13.3.3. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring, when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13.3.2 and 13.3.3.

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The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 135 Ω of the Signal Source under test. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 50, measured in a power bandwidth B, centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax, and averaged in any one second period. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax. Clause 13.3.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 31. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 51. Clause 13.3.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.
Table 50: Values for the LOV limits
LOV -46 BV B 10 kHz
fmin fmax

RL 100 Ω

CL 150 nF

5,1 kHz

225 kHz

60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0

Longitudinal conversion loss of "Proprietary.SymDSL.CAP.C"

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100

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10.000 frequency [kHz]

Figure 31: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss for a "Proprietary.SymDSL.CAP.C::Fn" signal source Table 51: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 31
Frequency < 0,5 kHz 5 kHz 60 kHz 190 kHz 337 kHz 30 MHz LCL 25 dB 45 dB 45 dB 35 dB 30 dB 30 dB

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10. option B signals. It is referred to as the Principal frequency of the signal. A signal with a higher Principal Frequency occupies a wider spectrum. also fit under the NBSP mask of ISDN.SymDSL.PAM::Fn" signals. This signal definition is linecode independent.5.64 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. other system implementations may use the same signal limits in a different way. so these signal limits are not 100 % compliant with ISDN. It also illustrates some (informative) bitrates that can be transported within these signal limits.1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.2B1Q signals. A signal can be classified as a "Proprietary.PAM::Fn" signals This category covers signals.PAM::Fn".SymDSL. are dedicated to 2B1Q linecoded signals. Signal category Two slightly different additional variants are identified for all signals with specified Principal Frequency: option A signals. In the naming convention "Proprietary.PAM::Fn" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below and if parameter "Fn" is specified by a numerical value. and informative only. This signal is labelled as Proprietary. is the phrase "Fn" a placeholder for a number that is used as parameter FN in the signal definition. when using the associated (informative) modulation parameters. NOTE: The Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) of "Proprietary. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 2 × FN. Table 52: Naming convention for parameter FN FN Baud Rate Bit/symbol Bitrate (kbaud) (kbit/s) (kHz) Proprietary. having a Principal frequency between 80 kHz to 141.SymDSL. This does not hold for the Peak amplitude and Unbalance about earth. Replacing "Fn" in the signal name by a value. ETSI .11 "Proprietary. The Principal frequency FN is indicative for the maximum symbol rate (kbaud) that can be transported within these signal limits.3 kHz. are dedicated to Ungerboeck Coded PAM with 2. generated by Proprietary multi-rate SymDSL transmission equipment on a single wire pair. These are examples only.SymDSL. Table 52 gives several examples on how to use the naming convention for specifying the actual parameter value Fn. The clauses below are defined for all Principal frequencies between 80 kHz and 264 kHz. ITU nor ANSI product standards.11. 3 or 4 bits per symbol (before encoding). NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.PAM::258 258 258 4 1 032 Proprietary. The actual bitrates and modulation parameters are implementation dependent.2 (2009-05) 10.PAM::80 80 80 2 160 Proprietary.SymDSL. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of +14 dBm. They are included here to illustrate that different bitrates can be carried by signals having the same Principal frequency.2B1Q signals. but dedicated to signals from transmission equipment that are using PAM modulation.PAM::264 264 264 3 792 NOTE: Example on how the naming convention relates to the actual parameter value FN that is used in the clauses below to specify the signal limits of this signal category. since its value is required in the clauses below.SymDSL. changes the generic signal description into a specific description. since it is not covered by ETSI.SymDSL.

for "option B" signals. P2. SP2.1k(FN) P1. F2.65 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.5.2 (2009-05) 10. SP1. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. Two signal options have been defined. Vpeak shall not exceed 2. F3.1k.1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz F1(FN) F2(FN) F3(FN) F3(FN) Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω P1. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .11.10k(FN) P2.1k(FN) P1. P1. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of Vpeak (±7 %). measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to FN × 2.64 V (5.4 V (6. as a function of the Principal frequency FN of the signal category (see table 52) Centre frequency f 0. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13.28 V peak-peak) (dedicated to 2B1Q linecoded signals).10k. Table 53 describes the break points of these limits in a general way. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.10k(FN) P1.linear (dB) scale.3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.2. that are different only in their Vpeak specification: • • for "option A" signals.11. P1.10k. shall not exceed the limits given in tables 53 and 54. table 54 specifies the associated parameters for all Principal frequencies between 80 kHz and 264 kHz. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. Figure 32 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. ETSI . Table 53: Break points of the narrow-band signal power P. are defined for each FN in table 54.10k(FN) -77 dBm -57 dBm Signal Level P Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B SP1(FN) SP1(FN) SP1(FN) SP1(FN) SP1(FN) SP1(FN) SP2(FN) -117 dBm/Hz -117 dBm/Hz 30 MHz -57 dBm 1 MHz -117 dBm/Hz 135 Ω NOTE: The parameter values for F1.1.8 V peak-peak) (dedicated to Ungerboeck Coded PAM). within a power bandwidth B. 10. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. Vpeak shall not exceed 3. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.

0 -10.5 × FN 5 × FN 5 × FN 5 × FN 5 × FN 4. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal.3.0 -32.0 -38.000 10.5 -1.5 -13.0 +5.5 -43. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced.0 0.5 -3.0 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "Proprietary.5 × FN 5. measured in a power bandwidth B.3.3. and averaged in any one second period.0 +0. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax.5 -32.1k (dBm) -8.5 -9.10k (dBm) +10 +9.0 -31.0 +8.0 -41.5 -2.5.5 × FN SP1 P1.3.5 -34.000 frequency [kHz] NOTE: These curves are dependent on the Principal frequency FN.5 0. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements.0 -4.3.0 -11.5 -4.0 -9.0 -30. as specified in clause 13.0 -2.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage.3.PAM::264" signals (at FN = 264 kHz).PAM::264" signals F1 F2 F3 1 10 100 1.0 -12.5 × FN 4 × FN 3. for "Proprietary.3.0 -0.5 -2.0 -34.0 -2.5 -3. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring.SymDSL. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 135 Ω of the Signal Source under test. as specified in tables 53 and 54 10.1k (dBm/Hz) (dBm) -30.0 +7.0 -33. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax.5 × FN 3.0 -1.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. and this figure shows only an example.5 -12.0 P2.0 -3.5 +9.0 P2.5 -42.2 and 13.2 and 13.5 +7.0 +1. Figure 32: Spectral Power.2 (2009-05) Table 54: Definition of all Principal-frequency-dependent parameters that are used in table 53. for all Principal frequencies between 80 kHz and 264 kHz FN (kHz) 80 ≤ FN < 92 92 ≤ FN < 104 104 ≤ FN < 116 116 ≤ FN < 129 129 ≤ FN < 146 146 ≤ FN < 164 164 ≤ FN < 185 185 ≤ FN < 207 207 ≤ FN < 232 232 ≤ FN < 259 259 ≤ FN ≤ 264 F1 1/4 × FN 1/4 × FN 1/4 × FN 1/4 × FN 1/4 × FN 1/4 × FN 1/4 × FN 1/4 × FN 1/4 × FN 1/4 × FN 1/4 × FN F2 3/4 × FN 3/4 × FN 3/4 × FN 3/4 × FN 3/4 × FN 3/4 × FN 3/4 × FN 2/3 × FN 2/3 × FN 2/3 × FN 2/3 × FN F3 5. Clause 13.5 +5.5 -1.0 SP2 (dBm/Hz) -38.0 +6.5 -11.0 -40. ETSI .11.SymDSL.66 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.0 P1.5 -39.5 -41.5 -31.0 -42.10k (dBm) +2.5 -33.5 -5.5 +1.0 -8. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 55. when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clause 13.5 -35.5 × FN 5.5 +6.5 +8.0 -0.5 -40.0 -39.0 -1.5 -10.

In the naming convention " Proprietary.3. is the phrase "Fn" a placeholder for a number that is used as parameter FN in the signal definition.PAM::264" 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 1 10 100 1. since it is not covered by ETSI. refer to one of the power feeding classes summarized in clause 7. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. This signal definition is linecode independent.2B1Q::Fn". ETSI .000 10. 10. since its value is required in the clauses below. To enable power feeding in combination with this signal category.5 kHz 5 kHz 1/2 × FN > 1/2 × FN LCL slope: +20 dB/decade 40 dB 40 dB slope: -20 dB/decade 10.PAM::264" signal source Table 56: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 33 Frequency < 0. generated by Proprietary multi-rate SymDSL transmission equipment on one.11. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 56.SymDSL. The use of other line codes is not precluded.1 kHz 500 kHz Longitudinal conversion loss of "Proprietary. Table 55: Values for the LOV limits.67 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss.5 Feeding power (from the LT-port) Power feeding is no integral part of this signal category.SymDSL. Replacing "Fn" in the signal name by a value.5. Clause 13. or three wire pairs.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 33: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss for a "Proprietary. ITU nor ANSI product standards.2B1Q::Fn" signals This category covers signals.SymDSL. LOV -46 dBV B 10 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 5.12 "Proprietary. two. changes the generic signal description into a specific description. This signal is labelled as Proprietary.2 (2009-05) The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 33.SymDSL. although it is not uncommon for SymDSL based services. but dedicated to signals from transmission equipment that are using 2B1Q modulation (4-level PAM). It is referred to as the Principal frequency of the signal.

68 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5.12. Figure 34 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.12.2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. 10. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to FN × 2.2. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . ETSI . The actual bitrates and modulation parameters are implementation dependent. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 2 × FN.2 (2009-05) The Principal frequency FN is indicative for the maximum symbol rate (kbaud) that can be transported within these signal limits. when using the associated (informative) modulation parameters. 10.linear (dB) scale. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of +14 dBm.12. Table 57: Naming convention for parameter FN Symbol Bit/symbol Bitrate (kbit/s) Rate (kbaud) Proprietary. within a power bandwidth B.2B1Q::80 80 80 2 160 Proprietary. and informative only.SymDSL.1. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. shall not exceed the limits given in table 59. The clause below are defined for all Principal frequencies between 32 kHz and 1 160 kHz. It also illustrates some (informative) bitrates that can be transported within these signal limits. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13.3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.SymDSL.2B1Q:: 1 160 1 160 2 2 320 NOTE: Example on how the naming convention relates to the actual parameter value FN that is used in the clauses below to specify the signal limits of this signal category. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13. other system implementations may use the same signal limits in a different way. Table 57 gives several examples on how to use the naming convention for specifying the actual parameter value Fn. Signal category FN (kHz) 10. These are examples only. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 135 Ω shall not exceed a level of Vpeak = 5 V (± 7 %). A signal with a higher Principal Frequency occupies a wider spectrum. Table 53 describes the break points of these limits for all Principal frequencies between 32 kHz and 1 160 kHz.

5 + 30 P0 + 3.31.35 + 40 P0 . as a function of the Principal frequency FN of the signal category frequency f 0. P0 = 10 log10     2.SymDSL.5 + 40 P0 + 3.5 -110 -110 -110 The reference power level.5 + 40 P0 + 1. for "Proprietary.75 × FN 1 × FN 1.5 + 40 P0 .000 10.5 P0 + 3.SymDSL. in table 58 is given by the formula below.5 × FN 0.5.48 kHz dBm/Hz The table summarizes some sample values.31.72.5 P0 + 3.72.5 P0 + 3. calculated from this formula.5 + 40 P0 .5 + 40 -70 -50 -50 Noise Bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B (dBm/Hz) P0 + 3.35 P0 .5 P0 + 3.5 + 20 P0 + 3.5 + 30 P0 + 3.0 + 40 P0 .2B1Q::264" signals (at FN = 264 kHz).69 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 P0 . 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "Proprietary.05 520 -40 1 160 -43. and this figure shows only an example.5 P0 + 1.000 frequency [kHz] NOTE: These curves are dependent on the Principal frequency FN.87 264 -37.5 + 20 P0 + 3.0 P0 . as specified in table 53 ETSI .5 × FN 6 × FN 6 × FN 30 MHz Impedance R 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω 135 Ω Signal Level P (dBm) P0 + 3. Its value has been evaluated for a few sample Principal frequencies.1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 0.9.2B1Q::264" signals Fn 1 10 100 1. Figure 34: Spectral Power. P0.9.5 × FN 3. as a function of the Principle frequency FN P0 NOTE: 80 -31.5 P0 .5 P0 + 3.65 2 135 × 1 kHz   FN   Table 59: Reference power levels.2 (2009-05) Table 58: Break points of the narrow-band signal power P.2 × FN 0.

3.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 60. and averaged in any one second period.3. Table 60: Values for the LOV limits LOV -50 dBV B 4 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 100 kHz 400 kHz 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 Longitudinal conversion loss of "Proprietary.SymDSL.3.2B1Q::264" signal source Table 61: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 35 Frequency < 2 kHz 2 kHz 20 kHz 1/2 × FN 5 × FN 30 MHz LCL 20 dB 20 dB 40 dB 40 dB 20 dB 20 dB ETSI .5. Clause 13. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements. Clause 13.SymDSL. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring.000 10.3.3. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax. as specified in clause 13. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 35.2 and 13.2 (2009-05) 10. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 135 Ω of the Signal Source under test.12. when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clause 13. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 61. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax.3.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage.70 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.2B1Q::264" 1 10 100 1.2 and 13.3.3.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 35: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss for a "Proprietary. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. measured in a power bandwidth B.

2 (2009-05) 10.5 Feeding power (from the LT-port) Power feeding is no integral part of this signal category. NOTE: The signals covered here are only applicable to systems which are using sine shaped transmit pulses and in case of sending a randomized bit sequence. since it is not covered by ETSI. Special bit sequences like AIS (Alarm Indication Signal) or others and other transmit pulse forms than described here can cause different signals.2.5 dBm). within a power bandwidth B. are for further study.36 V (± 10 %).5. A signal can be classified as a "Proprietary. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.13. 10. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 130 Ω shall not exceed a level of 2. To enable power feeding in combination with this signal category.HDB3.SR" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below. This category includes HDB3 line coding and sine shaped transmit pulses in case of sending a randomized bit sequence. refer to one of the power feeding classes summarized in clause 7.13. Figure 36 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. ITU nor ANSI product standards.PCM.2M. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. This signal is labelled as proprietary. usable for instance for ISDN-Primary Rate Access.12. ETSI . Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .1. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13. 10. 10.13 "Proprietary. The way these characteristics are to be covered by specifications.SR" signals This category covers signals generated by 2 Mbit/s transmission equipment on two wire-pairs.linear (dB) scale. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 20 MHz. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. although it is not uncommon for SymDSL services. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 130 Ω shall not exceed a level of +11 dBm (±0.PCM.HDB3.3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.13. 10. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. This table specifies the break points of these limits.1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.71 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. shall not exceed the limits given in table 62.2M. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 20 MHz.

8 dBm -42 dBm -22 dBm -10 dBm -59 dBm -80 dBm -80 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -69.2 (2009-05) Table 62: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0. as specified in table 62 10.8 dBm/Hz -62 dBm/Hz -62 dBm/Hz -50 dBm/Hz -99 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz -120 dBm/Hz 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of Proprietary.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. as specified in clauses 13.3. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 63.3.3.3.HDB3.72 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. ETSI . This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal. Clause 13. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 64.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 36: Spectral Power.3.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage.HDB3.000 10.3.PCM. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax.2M.SR signals.3.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.2 and 13. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 64. Clause 13.2 and 13. for Proprietary.PCM. when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 135 Ω of the Signal Source under test.2M.SR signals 1 10 100 1. and averaged in any one second period. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements.5.13.51 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz 20 MHz 20 MHz 30 MHz 20 MHz 30 MHz Impedance R 130 Ω 130 Ω 130 Ω 130 Ω 130 Ω 130 Ω 130 Ω 130 Ω 130 Ω Signal Level P -49. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring. measured in a power bandwidth B.3.

HDB3. 10.2M.5 Feeding power (from the LT-port) Power feeding is no integral part of this signal category. are for further study. To enable power feeding in combination with this signal category. usable for instance for ISDN-Primary Rate Access.PCM. although it is not uncommon for PCM.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 37: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss for a "Proprietary.2 (2009-05) Table 63: Values for the LOV limits LOV -46 dBV B 10 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω CL 150 nF 5.15 MHz 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 Longitudinal conversion loss of Proprietary.2M.13. The way these characteristics are to be covered by specifications.PCM. A signal can be classified as a "Proprietary.73 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. since it is not covered by ETSI.SQ" signals This category covers signals generated by 2 Mbit/s transmission equipment on two wire-pairs.1 kHz 2. This signal is labelled as proprietary.SR" signal source Table 64: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 37 Frequency range < 500 kHz 500 kHz 1 MHz 4 MHz 30 MHz LCL 30 dB 35 dB 35 dB 35 dB 30 dB 10.HDB3 services.PCM.5.2M.HDB3. Special bit sequences like AIS (Alarm Indication Signal) or others and other transmit pulse forms than described here can cause different signals. ITU nor ANSI product standards.SQ" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below. This category include HDB3 line coding and square shaped transmit pulses in case of sending a randomized bit sequence.HDB3. refer to one of the power feeding classes summarized in clause 7.000 10. ETSI .PCM.2M.HDB3. NOTE: The signals covered here are only applicable to systems which are using square shaped transmit pulses and in case of sending a randomized bit sequence.14 "Proprietary.SR 1 10 100 1.

2 (2009-05) 10. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. 10. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.2. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.2 MHz 2 MHz 20 MHz 20 MHz 30 MHz 20 MHz 30 MHz Impedance R 120 Ω 120 Ω 120 Ω 120 Ω 120 Ω 120 Ω 120 Ω 120 Ω 120 Ω 120 Ω 120 Ω Signal Level P -40 dBm -20 dBm -18 dBm -7 dBm -8 dBm -14 dBm -46 dBm -55 dBm -55 dBm -26 dBm -35 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -60 dBm/Hz -60 dBm/Hz -58 dBm/Hz -47 dBm/Hz -48 dBm/Hz -54 dBm/Hz -86 dBm/Hz -95 dBm/Hz -95 dBm/Hz -86 dBm/Hz -95 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" ETSI .1. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . 10.74 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.3 Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.2 Peak amplitude The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.linear (dB) scale. This table specifies the break points of these limits. within a power bandwidth B.5. the mean signal power into a resistive load of 120 Ω shall not exceed a level of +13 dBm.14.1 Total signal power The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13.0 V ± 5 %. measured within a frequency band from 100 Hz to 30 MHz. shall not exceed the limits given in table 65. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.14. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.14. the nominal peak amplitude of the largest signal into a resistive load of 120 Ω shall not exceed a level of 3. Figure 38 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. Table 65: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 700 kHz 1.

Reversal of their transmission direction. 11 Cluster 4 signals (asymmetrical broadband) This cluster summarizes asymmetrical signals that are generated by digital transmission equipment up to 24 Mbit/s. 11. as described for the downstream PSD.1 [i.11].2. Asymmetrically means a bitrate in the downstream direction and a significantly lower bitrate (e.1.10]. clause 4.14. clause A. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 3 MHz. ETSI . including ADSL and ADSL2plus.PCM. for which the downstream spectrum overlaps the upstream spectrum (Frequency Overlap).HDB3. If measurements of the upstream power indicates that downstream power back-off is necessary.992.g. will cause a substantial reduction of the maximum reach.3. 25 %) in the upstream direction.10] and [i. This clause is based on ETSI and ITU reports on ADSL equipment [i. Such a reduction is even significant for all asymmetrical DSL systems when only one such system is reversed.1 "ADSL/POTS (FO)" signals This category covers signals. the mean downstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +20.000 10.SQ signals. then the maximum total transmit power shall be reduced accordingly. A signal can be classified as an "ADSL/POTS (FO)" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below. as specified in table 65 10.4 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.1.HDB3.1 Total signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.PCM.3.5. Therefore the classification of asymmetrical DSL systems is consequently split into upstream and downstream specifications. These signals may share the same wire pair with POTS signals. for Proprietary. the LCL shall be better than 35 dB at 1 024 kHz. which means the injection of upstream signals into LT-ports and downstream signals into the NT-ports.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 38: Spectral Power.2M.4 dBm. Reference: TS 101 388 [i.SQ" signals "X" 1 10 100 1.11]. generated by ADSL transmission equipment. NOTE: Asymmetrical DSL systems generate different signals in different transmission directions.75 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.2M.1. 11.2 (2009-05) 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "Proprietary.

linear (dB) scale.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.10] and [i.5 dBm/Hz -97. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.11].5 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz Spectral Power P/B -97. NOTE 2: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y".5 dBm -67. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of 19V (38 V peak-peak).1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 25.5 dBm.5 dBm +3. clause A.4.1. shall not exceed the limits given in table 66. within a power bandwidth B. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 3 MHz.875 kHz 1 104 kHz 3 093 kHz 11 040 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 600 Ω 600 Ω 600 Ω 600 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -77.5 dBm -77.11].2 (2009-05) 11. and used here since it is much wider applicable. NBSP specifications cover both signal types.11] (similar to figure 39).992. 11.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.2.1.10] and [i. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. Figure 39 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. This enables a unified specification method.3. This table specifies the break points of these limits. 11. The 10 kHz bandwidth values represent the "maximum PSD values" from [i.5.5 dBm -67. but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies).11]. Reference: TS 101 388 [i.1 [i.5 dBm/Hz -36.2.5 dBm/Hz -97. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature.5 dBm/Hz -97.5 dBm/Hz -36.10] and [i.1. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.1. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 MHz. Table 66: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.1.3. the mean upstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +12. clause A. and includes the pass band ripple.5 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz "X" ETSI .10]. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. Both upper limits shall hold simultaneously.5 dB.5 dBm/Hz -92.5 dBm -52.5 dBm +3.76 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.1. The 100 kHz bandwidth values represent the "average PSD values" in the passband to smooth out the spectral ripple of 3.11]. clause 4.2 Total signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. The 1 MHz bandwidth specification is equivalent to the "sliding window" specification in [i.1 [i. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.992.2 reconstructed from PSD requirements. NOTE 1: The NBSP specification in table 66 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specifications in [i.

Figure 40 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. The received upstream power measurement shall be performed with an accuracy of ±1 dB or better. Only the curves for the values P0 = -40 dBm/Hz. This table specifies the break points of these limits. shall not exceed the limits given in table 68.5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . Table 67: Definition of parameter P0. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13. and are dependent from the received upstream power (Power back-off). as defined in table 67. as specified in table 66 Power back-off.2 (2009-05) Centre Impedance Signal Level Power Spectral Power frequency R P bandwidth P/B f B P0 + 50 dBm P0 dBm/Hz 100 kHz "Y" 60 kHz 100 Ω P0 + 50 dBm P0 dBm/Hz 100 kHz 1 104 kHz 100 Ω 3 093 kHz -40 dBm 100 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 3 093 kHz -30 dBm 1 MHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 4 545 kHz -50 dBm 1 MHz -110 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 30 000 kHz -50 dBm 1 MHz -110 dBm/Hz 100 Ω NOTE: The values for parameter P0 are defined in table 67. P0 = -46 dBm/Hz. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.1. as used in table 66 Upstream received power (dBm) Parameter P0 (dBm/Hz) <3 -40 <4 -42 <5 -44 <6 -46 <7 -48 <8 -50 <9 -52 11.3.000 10.000 frequency [kHz] NOTE: The maximum spectral power varies with the value of parameter P0. To be compliant with this signal category.11]. (This specific variant of power back-off is also known as "power cut-back"). Figure 39: Spectral Power. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.031 kHz to 79. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. and P0 = -52 dBm/Hz are shown here. If the total received upstream power from 28.1 [i.2. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.1.992. ETSI .linear (dB) scale. 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "ADSL/POTS (FO)" signals (downstream) "X" "Y1" "Y2" "Y3" 1 10 100 1. for "ADSL/POTS (FO)" signals. the maximum downstream signal power shall be reduced when the received upstream power is above specified levels. clause A. within a power bandwidth B.77 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5.781 kHz (ADSL sub-carriers 7-18) is greater than +3 dBm into 100 Ω then parameter P0 shall not exceed the values shown in table 67.

11].5 dBm +5. as specified in table 68 ETSI . and used here since it is much wider applicable.5 dBm/Hz -92. clause A. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.5 dBm -52. Both upper limits shall hold simultaneously. for "ADSL/POTS (FO)" signals. The 10 kHz bandwidth values represent the "maximum PSD values" from [i.5 dBm/Hz -97.5 dBm/Hz -34. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature.10] and [i.5 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm +12 dBm +12 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -30 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -97. but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies).11]. and includes the pass band ripple.5 dBm/Hz -97.5 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "ADSL/POTS (FO)" signals (upstream) "X" "Y" 1 10 100 1.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 40: Spectral Power.2.5 dBm/Hz -97. The 1 MHz bandwidth specification is equivalent to the "sliding window" specification in [i.1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 25.000 10. The 100 kHz bandwidth values represent the "average PSD values" in the passband to smooth out the spectral ripple of 3.11].1 [i.5 dBm -67.5.78 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 dBm +5.992. NBSP specifications cover both signal types. NOTE 2: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y".11] (similar to figure 40). Table 68: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0.5 dBm -77.5 dB.5 dBm/Hz -34.5 dBm -67.4 reconstructed from PSD requirements.2 (2009-05) NOTE 1: The NBSP specification in table 66 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specifications in [i.10] and [i. This enables a unified specification method.10] and [i.875 kHz 138 kHz 307 kHz 11 040 kHz 30 000 kHz 60 kHz 138 kHz 307 kHz 1 221 kHz 1 221 kHz 1 630 kHz 11 040 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 600 Ω 600 Ω 600 Ω 600 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -77.

when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13.3.5.3.2.3.000 10. measured in a power bandwidth B. as specified in clauses 13. Clause 13.79 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. this requirement shall be met for both the switched-on and switched-off mode of the signal source.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage.1 kHz 1 825 kHz 210 kHz 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 Longitudinal conversion loss of "ADSL/POTS (FO)" 1 10 100 1. Clause 13. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 70.2 and 13.3. Table 69: Values for the LOV limits LOV downstream upstream -46 dBV -46 dBV B 10 kHz 10 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω 100 Ω CL 150 nF 150 nF 5. To be compliant with this signal category. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced.3.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.3.1 kHz 5.3. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 69.3. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal.3 and E.2 (2009-05) 11. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 41. and averaged in any one second period.1. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements. clauses 8.3.13].3. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 41: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss Table 70: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 41 Frequency < 30 kHz 30 kHz 1 104 kHz 1 104 kHz 30 MHz LCL 30 dB 40 dB 40 dB 30 dB 30 dB ETSI . Reference: TS 101 270-1 [i. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax.2 and 13. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 100 Ω of the Signal Source under test.

ETSI .11].2. then the maximum total transmit power shall be reduced accordingly.10] and [i.2 (2009-05) 11. which uses Frequency Division Duplexing (FDD) to separate upstream and downstream.1 [i. NBSP specifications cover both signal types. clause A.2 Total signal power (upstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL/POTS (FO)". and used here since it is much wider applicable.2. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.3. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL/POTS (FO)". Therefore this signal is called ADSL "with reduced NEXT" in the ITU.10] and [i. 11.linear (dB) scale. to minimize self-NEXT.10] and [i. the mean downstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +19.10] and [i. but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies).1.992. The 1 MHz bandwidth specification is equivalent to the "sliding window" specification in [i. 11. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.2.80 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.11].5. Both upper limits shall hold simultaneously. This table specifies the break points of these limits.11] (similar to figure 42). Therefore both downstream and upstream of " ADSL/POTS (FDD)" also fulfil the requirements of "ADSL/POTS (FO)" signals.992.1 [i. This enables a unified specification method. In this mode. The 10 kHz bandwidth values represent the "maximum PSD values" from [i.11]. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 3 MHz.2 reconstructed from PSD requirements.3.9 dBm.2 "ADSL/POTS (FDD)" signals This category covers signals. as described in a previous clause of the present document. A signal can be classified as an "ADSL/POTS (FDD)" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below.1.2. Figure 42 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. Reference: TS 101 388 [i. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . but adjacent to it.11]. This clause is based on ETSI and ITU reports on ADSL equipment [i. 11. within a power bandwidth B.10]. generated by ADSL transmission equipment. NOTE 1: The NBSP specification in table 71 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specifications in [i.2.2.1. The 100 kHz bandwidth values represent the "average PSD values" in the passband to smooth out the spectral ripple of 3. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. 11. as described for the downstream PSD. NOTE 2: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y". shall not exceed the limits given in table 71. the usable frequency band of downstream signals is narrower and not overlapping the upstream. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. clause 4. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.1 Total signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. These signals may share the same wire pair with POTS signals. If measurements of the upstream power indicates that downstream power back-off is necessary. clause A. and includes the pass band ripple.5 dB.11].

and P0 = -52 dBm/Hz are shown here.5 dBm 1 kHz -97. as defined in table 72.5.81 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 dBm/Hz 600 Ω 1 kHz -67. P0 = -46 dBm/Hz.3.5 dBm 10 kHz -36. as used in table 71 Upstream received power (dBm) Parameter P0 (dBm/Hz) <3 -40 <4 -42 <5 -44 <6 -46 <7 -48 <8 -50 <9 -52 ETSI .5 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 3 093 kHz -50 dBm 10 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 11 040 kHz -50 dBm 10 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 30 000 kHz -50 dBm 10 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω P0 + 50 dBm P0 dBm/Hz 100 kHz "Y" 170 kHz 100 Ω P + 50 dBm P dBm/Hz 100 kHz 1 104 kHz 100 Ω 0 0 3 093 kHz -40 dBm 100 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 3 093 kHz -30 dBm 1 MHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 4 545 kHz -50 dBm 1 MHz -110 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 30 000 kHz -50 dBm 1 MHz -110 dBm/Hz 100 Ω NOTE: The values for parameter P0 are defined in table 72. clause A.5 dBm/Hz 600 Ω 4 kHz -52. 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "ADSL/POTS (FDD)" signals (downstream) "X" "Y1" "Y2" "Y3" 1 10 100 1.992. To be compliant with this signal category. and are dependent from the received upstream power (Power back-off).5 dBm 10 kHz -72. The received upstream power measurement shall be performed with an accuracy of ±1 dB or better.5 dBm 1 kHz -97.2 (2009-05) Table 71: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre Impedance Signal Level Power Spectral Power frequency R P bandwidth P/B f B 0.1 kHz -77.2 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 138 kHz +3.11].5 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 1 104 kHz +3.5 dBm 100 Hz -97.1 [i.5 dBm 100 Hz -97.000 frequency [kHz] NOTE: The maximum spectral power varies with the value of parameter P0.2 dBm 10 kHz -44. the maximum downstream signal power shall be reduced when the received upstream power is above specified levels. as specified in table 71 Power back-off.031 kHz to 79.5 dBm 10 kHz -36.1. Figure 42: Spectral Power.9 kHz -4. If the total received upstream power from 28. for "ADSL/POTS (FDD)" signals.5 dBm/Hz 600 Ω 4 kHz -67. (This specific variant of power back-off is also known as "power cut-back").5 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 137.000 10.5 dBm 10 kHz -92. Table 72: Definition of parameter P0.5 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 80 kHz -32. Only the curves for the values P0 = -40 dBm/Hz.5 dBm/Hz "X" 600 Ω 1 kHz -77. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.781 kHz (ADSL sub-carriers 7-18) is greater than +3 dBm into 100 Ω then parameter PBO shall not exceed the values shown in table 72.

If measurements of the upstream power indicates that downstream power back-off is necessary.3 "ADSL/ISDN (FO)" signals This category covers signals.10].1.10] and [i. This table specifies the break points of these limits.2. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 MHz. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. 11.3.3.3. ETSI . at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.3 dBm.5. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 3 MHz. These signals may share the same wire pair with ISDN signals. A signal can be classified as an "ADSL/ISDN (FO)" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13.1 Total signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.10]. clauses 4.2. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .82 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. Reference: TS 101 388 [i. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter. for which the downstream spectrum overlaps the upstream spectrum (Frequency Overlap). Reference: TS 101 388 [i.2 Total signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL/POTS (FO)".2.2. 11.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.3 and C. as described for the downstream PSD. then the maximum total transmit power shall be reduced accordingly. 11.3.9 dBm.linear (dB) scale. shall not exceed the limits given in table 73. generated by ADSL transmission equipment. clauses 4.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 3 MHz. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of 19 V (38 V peak-peak).3. 11.11]. Figure 43 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. 11.2 (2009-05) 11. This clause is based on ETSI and ITU reports on ADSL equipment [i. the mean upstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +13. 11.5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL/POTS (FO)".3 and C. the mean downstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +19.3.

The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.83 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 dBm 10 kHz -36. reconstructed from PSD requirements. Reference: TS 101 388 [i.5 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 3 093 kHz -50 dBm 10 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 11 040 kHz -50 dBm 10 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 30 000 kHz -50 dBm 10 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω P0 + 50 dBm P0 dBm/Hz 100 kHz "Y" 100 kHz 100 Ω P + 50 dBm P dBm/Hz 100 kHz 1 104 kHz 100 Ω 0 0 3 093 kHz -40 dBm 100 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 3 093 kHz -30 dBm 1 MHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 4 545 kHz -50 dBm 1 MHz -110 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 30 000 kHz -50 dBm 1 MHz -110 dBm/Hz 100 Ω NOTE: The values for parameter P0 are defined in table 74.11].2 (2009-05) The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. reconstructed from PSD requirements NOTE 1: The NBSP specification in table 73 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specifications in [i.5 dB. within a power bandwidth B. The 1 MHz bandwidth specification is equivalent to the "sliding window" specification in [i.1 kHz -70 dBm 100 Hz -90 dBm/Hz "X" 100 Ω 1 kHz -70 dBm 100 Hz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 1 kHz -60 dBm 1 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 4 kHz -60 dBm 1 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 4 kHz -50 dBm 10 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 50 kHz -50 dBm 10 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 80 kHz -41. and are dependent from the received upstream power (Power back-off).5 dBm 10 kHz -36.3.5 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 1 104 kHz +3. This enables a unified specification method.1 [i.10]. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature.8 dBm 10 kHz -81. clause 4.1. and used here since it is much wider applicable.10] and [i. but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies).11] (similar to figure 43).1.11].2. The 10 kHz bandwidth values represent the "maximum PSD values" from [i.8 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 120 kHz +3. NBSP specifications cover both signal types. Table 73: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre Impedance Signal Level Power Spectral Power Frequency R P bandwidth P/B f B 0. and includes the pass band ripple. NOTE 2: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y". clause B. Both upper limits shall hold simultaneously.10] and [i.1.992.2.10] and [i.11]. ETSI . The 100 kHz bandwidth values represent the "average PSD values" in the passband to smooth out the spectral ripple of 3. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.5.

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The maximum spectral power varies with the value of parameter P0, as defined in table 74. Only the curves for the values P0 = -40 dBm/Hz, P0 = -46 dBm/Hz, and P0 = -52 dBm/Hz are shown here.

Figure 43: Spectral Power, for "ADSL/ISDN (FO)" signals, as specified in table 73 Power back-off. To be compliant with this signal category, the maximum downstream signal power shall be reduced when the received upstream power is above specified levels. If the total received upstream power from 170,34 kHz to 222,09 kHz (ADSL sub-carriers 40-51) is greater than 0 dBm into 100 Ω then parameter PBO shall not exceed the values shown in table 74. (This specific variant of power back-off is also known as "power cut-back"). The received upstream power measurement shall be performed with an accuracy of ±1 dB or better.

Reference: TS 101 388 [i.10], clause C.4.17 (Uses subcarrier 40-51, values that have been adopted here). Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.992.1 [i.11], clause B.3.3 (Uses subcarrier 36-51, values that have been ignored here).
Table 74: Definition of parameter P0, as used in table 73
Upstream received power (dBm) Parameter P0 <0 -40 < 1,5 -42 <3 -44 < 4,5 -46 <6 -48 < 7,5 -50 <9 -52

11.3.5

Narrow-band signal power (upstream only)

The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category, the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R, shall not exceed the limits given in table 75, at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. This table specifies the break points of these limits. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) - linear (dB) scale. Figure 44 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R, within a power bandwidth B. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.2. NOTE 1: The NBSP specification in table 75 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specifications in [i.10] and [i.11] (similar to figure 44), and used here since it is much wider applicable. This enables a unified specification method. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature, but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies). NBSP specifications cover both signal types. NOTE 2: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y". Both upper limits shall hold simultaneously. The 10 kHz bandwidth values represent the "maximum PSD values" from [i.10] and [i.11], and includes the pass band ripple. The 100 kHz bandwidth values represent the "average PSD values" in the passband to smooth out the spectral ripple of 3,5 dB. The 1 MHz bandwidth specification is equivalent to the "sliding window" specification in [i.10] and [i.11].

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Reference: TS 101 388 [i.10], clause 4.2.1.2, reconstructed from PSD requirements. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.992.1 [i.11], clause B.2.2 reconstructed from PSD requirements.
Table 75: Break points of the narrow-band power limits
Centre frequency f 0,1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 50 kHz 80 kHz 120 kHz 276 kHz 614 kHz 11 040 kHz 30 000 kHz 120 kHz 276 kHz 614 kHz 1 221 kHz 1 221 kHz 1 630 kHz 11 040 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -70 dBm -70 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -41,8 dBm +5,5 dBm +5,5 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm +12 dBm +12 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -30 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -81,8 dBm/Hz -34,5 dBm/Hz -34,5 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz

"X"

"Y"

0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0

Spectral Power of "ADSL/ISDN (FO)" signals (upstream)
"X" "Y"

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10

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10.000 frequency [kHz]

Figure 44: Spectral Power, for "ADSL/ISDN (FO)" signals, as specified in table 75

11.3.6

Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream)

The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category, the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements, under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal, as specified in clauses 13.3.2 and 13.3.3. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring, when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13.3.2 and 13.3.3. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 100 Ω of the Signal Source under test.

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The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 76, measured in a power bandwidth B, centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax, and averaged in any one second period. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax. Clause 13.3.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 45. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 77. Clause 13.3.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss. To be compliant with this signal category, this requirement shall be met for both the switched-on and switched-off mode of the signal source. Reference: TS 101 270-1 [i.13], clauses 8.3.3 and E.3.2.
Table 76: Values for the LOV limits
LOV downstream upstream -46 dBV -46 dBV B 10 kHz 10 kHz
fmin fmax

RL 100 Ω 100 Ω

CL 150 nF 150 nF

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60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0

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1

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10.000 frequency [kHz]

Figure 45: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss Table 77: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL-mask in figure 45
Frequency < 30 kHz 30 kHz 1 104 kHz 1 104 kHz 30 MHz LCL 30 dB 40 dB 40 dB 30 dB 30 dB

11.4

"ADSL/ISDN (FDD)" signals

This category covers signals, generated by ADSL transmission equipment which uses Frequency Division Duplexing (FDD) to separate upstream and downstream. In this mode, the usable frequency band of downstream signals is narrower to limit the overlap with the upstream to four DMT tones. This is to minimize self-NEXT. Therefore this signal is called ADSL "with reduced NEXT" in the ITU. Therefore both downstream and upstream signals of "ADSL/ISDN (FDD)" also fulfil the requirements of "ADSL/ISDN (FO)" signals, as described in a previous clause of the present document. These signals may share the same wire pair with ISDN signals. This clause is based on ETSI and ITU reports on ADSL equipment [i.10] and [i.11]. A signal can be classified as an "ADSL/ISDN (FDD)" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below.

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clause 4. NBSP specifications cover both signal types.linear (dB) scale.11].4.3.4. then the maximum total transmit power shall be reduced accordingly. clause B. within a power bandwidth B. clause 4.10].3 dBm. 11.1 [i. reconstructed from PSD requirements. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 3 MHz.2 (2009-05) 11.1 Total signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. NOTE 1: The NBSP specification in table 78 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specifications in [i.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL/ISDN (FO)". If measurements of the upstream power indicates that downstream power back-off is necessary. The 1 MHz bandwidth specification is equivalent to the "sliding window" specification in [i. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.11] (similar to figure 46). The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13. 11.3.10] and [i.2 Total signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.10]. ETSI . This enables a unified specification method. The 100 kHz bandwidth values represent the "average PSD values" in the passband to smooth out the spectral ripple of 3. Reference: TS 101 388 [i.2.5 dB. the mean upstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +13.3 dBm. The 10 kHz bandwidth values represent the "maximum PSD values" from [i. Figure 43 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.1.10]. reconstructed from PSD requirements.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. clause 4.992.2. NOTE 2: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y". and includes the pass band ripple. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.10] and [i.3. Both upper limits shall hold simultaneously. shall not exceed the limits given in table 73. This table specifies the break points of these limits.4. but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies).10] and [i.5. as described for the downstream PSD. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. and used here since it is much wider applicable.2.11]. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature.11].87 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. the mean downstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +19. 11. Reference: TS 101 388 [i.4.1. Reference: TS 101 388 [i. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 3 MHz.

and P0 = -52 dBm/Hz are shown here.10]. values that have been adopted here). (This specific variant of power back-off is also known as "power cut-back").1 [i.5 dBm 10 kHz -48.88 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.11].5 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 1 104 kHz +3.5.1 kHz -70 dBm 100 Hz -90 dBm/Hz "X" 100 Ω 1 kHz -70 dBm 100 Hz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 1 kHz -60 dBm 1 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 4 kHz -60 dBm 1 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 4 kHz -50 dBm 10 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 93. Figure 46: Spectral Power. for "ADSL/ISDN (FDD)" signals. as specified in table 78 Power back-off. The received upstream power measurement shall be performed with an accuracy of ±1 dB or better. clause B.000 10.1 kHz -50 dBm 10 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 209 kHz -22 dBm 10 kHz -62 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 253.5 dBm 10 kHz -36. Reference: TS 101 388 [i.2 (2009-05) Table 78: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre Impedance Signal Level Power Spectral Power Frequency R P bandwidth P/B f B 0.5 dBm 10 kHz -36. values that have been ignored here).000 frequency [kHz] "Y1" "Y2" "Y3" NOTE: The maximum spectral power varies with the value of parameter P0. ETSI .34 kHz to 222.09 kHz (ADSL sub-carriers 40-51) is greater than 0 dBm into 100 Ω then parameter PBO shall not exceed the values shown in table 79.3.5 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 3 093 kHz -50 dBm 10 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 11 040 kHz -50 dBm 10 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 30 000 kHz -50 dBm 10 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω P0 + 50 dBm P0 dBm/Hz 100 kHz "Y" 276 kHz 100 Ω P0 + 50 dBm P0 dBm/Hz 100 kHz 1 104 kHz 100 Ω 3 093 kHz -40 dBm 100 kHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 3 093 kHz -30 dBm 1 MHz -90 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 4 545 kHz -50 dBm 1 MHz -110 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 30 000 kHz -50 dBm 1 MHz -110 dBm/Hz 100 Ω NOTE: The values for parameter P0 are defined in table 79. To be compliant with this signal category.4. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.17 (Uses subcarrier 40-51. Only the curves for the values P0 = -40 dBm/Hz. clause C.3 (Uses subcarrier 36-51. the maximum downstream signal power shall be reduced when the received upstream power is above specified levels. 0 -20 Spectral Power of "ADSL/ISDN (FDD)" signals (downstream) "X" -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 1 10 100 1. P0 = -46 dBm/Hz.5 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 254 kHz +3.992. as defined in table 79. and are dependent from the received upstream power (Power back-off). If the total received upstream power from 170.9 kHz -8.

The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. 11. 11.992.992.12]. as used in table 78 Upstream received power (dBm) Parameter P0 <0 -40 < 1. 11.5.5 [i.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.12].12]. A signal can be classified as an "ADSL2plus/A (FO)" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below. the mean downstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +20. generated by ADSL2plus transmission equipment.2. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of 19V (38 V peak-peak).5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of " ADSL/ISDN (FO)". measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 7 MHz.2. These signals may share the same wire pair with POTS signals.5 -46 <6 -48 < 7. This clause is based on ITU-T Recommendation G.89 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5. clause A.1.5 "ADSL2plus/A (FO)" signals (over POTS) This category covers signals.992.4. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable specifies this parameter.2 Total signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.2 (2009-05) Table 79: Definition of parameter P0.2. ETSI .5 -50 <9 -52 11. the mean upstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +12.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of " ADSL/ISDN (FO)".1.5 -42 <3 -44 < 4. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. clause A. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 7 MHz.5 dBm. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. 11.2.2.4. for which the downstream spectrum overlaps the upstream spectrum (Frequency Overlap).4 dBm.5.5 [i.5.5 [i. 11.1 Total signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 3 MHz.

5 dBm -72. e.5 dBm/Hz -46. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.5 kHz 3 175 kHz 30 000 kHz 60 kHz 1 104 kHz 1 622 kHz 2 208 kHz 2 500 kHz 3 001.5 dBm/Hz -47.8 dBm/Hz -59.3 dBm -12.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 47: Spectral Power.5.12]. The reason for this split is the same as described in the NBSP descriptions for ADSL.9 dBm/Hz -83.2 reconstructed from PSD requirements.4 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -40 dBm/Hz -40 dBm/Hz -50 dBm/Hz -51.90 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. clause 11. This table specifies the break points of these limits.5 dBm/Hz -36. Table 80: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0.1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 25.5 dBm/Hz -36.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. clause A. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .1.000 10.5 dBm -77.5 dBm +3.992.5 dBm -7. as specified in table 80 ETSI .1.5 dBm/Hz -92. Figure 47 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.5 dBm/Hz -97.2.5 kHz 3 175 kHz 3 175 kHz 4 545 kHz 7 225 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 600 Ω 600 Ω 600 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -77.5 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "ADSL2plus/A (FO)" signals (downstream) "X" "Y" 1 10 100 1.2 (2009-05) 11.3 dBm/Hz -62. shall not exceed the limits given in table 80 at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.9 dBm -33.5 [i.5 dBm +3.linear (dB) scale. NOTE: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y".4.5.5 dBm -6.8 dBm -19. within a power bandwidth B.g.5 dBm -50 dBm -40 dBm -50 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 100 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -97.4 dBm -40 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm +10 dBm +10 dBm 0 dBm -1. for downstream "ADSL2plus/A (FO)".875 kHz 1 104 kHz 1 622 kHz 2 208 kHz 2 500 kHz 3 001.

within a power bandwidth B.000 10.875 kHz 138 kHz 243 kHz 686 kHz 5 275 kHz 30 000 kHz 60 kHz 138 kHz 243 kHz 686 kHz 1 411 kHz 1 411 kHz 1 630 kHz 5 275 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 600 Ω 600 Ω 600 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -77.2.12].2 reconstructed from PSD requirements.5 dBm/Hz -97. NOTE: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y".1. The reason for this split is the same as described in the NBSP descriptions for ADSL. clause 11. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .5.2 (2009-05) 11.7 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -40 dBm -50 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 100 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -97. as specified in table 81 ETSI . Table 81: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.5.5 dBm -53.992.5 dBm/Hz -92.5 dBm/Hz -34.5 dBm +5. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.5 [i.5 dBm -72.g.2 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm +12 dBm +12 dBm -46.5 dBm/Hz -34. clause A.5. due to a steeper slope near 138 kHz.5 dBm -77. Figure 48 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 25. at any point in a frequency range between 100 Hz to 30 MHz. The "ADSL2plus/A (FO)" limits for upstream are not the same as for "ADSL/POTS (FO)". for upstream "ADSL2plus/A (FO)" signals.5 dBm +5.2. shall not exceed the limits given in table 81.91 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.linear (dB) scale.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 48: Spectral Power. This table specifies the break points of these limits.7 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 Spectral Power of "ADSL2plus/A (FO)" signals (upstream) "X" "Y" -80 -100 -120 -140 0 1 10 100 1. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.2 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -96.5 dBm/Hz -93. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13. e.

Therefore both downstream and upstream signals of "ADSL2plus/A (FDD)" also fulfil the requirements of "ADSL2plus/A (FO)" signals. Clause 11.6 "ADSL2plus/A (FDD)" signals (over POTS) This category covers signals.1.6 describes and refers to the concerning sections.000 10. This clause is based on ITU-T Recommendation G. as described in a previous clause of the present document.2 (2009-05) 11. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal. Table 82: Values for the LOV limits LOV downstream upstream -46 dBV -46 dBV B 10 kHz 10 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω 100 Ω CL 150 nF 150 nF 5.92 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. A signal can be classified as an "ADSL2plus/A (FDD)" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below. These signals may share the same wire pair with POTS signals. the usable frequency band of downstream signals is narrower and not overlapping the upstream.1 kHz 3 650 kHz 210 kHz 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 Longitudinal conversion loss of "ADSL2plus/A (FO)" 1 10 100 1. ETSI .1 kHz 5. generated by ADSL2plus transmission equipment.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 49: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss Table 83: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 49 Frequency < 30 kHz 30 kHz 2 208 kHz 2 208 kHz 30 MHz LCL 30 dB 40 dB 40 dB 30 dB 30 dB 11. but adjacent to it.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements. In this mode. Table 82 gives the values for the LOV limits in case of ADSL2plus while the LCL mask for ADSL2plus is given in figure 49. which uses Frequency Division Duplexing (FDD) to separate upstream and downstream. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 83.12].5 [i.992. to minimize self-NEXT.5.5. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced.

5 dBm -6.1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 80 kHz 137.5 dBm/Hz -92.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.9 dBm.5 kHz Impedance R 600 Ω 600 Ω 600 Ω 600 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -77.5 dBm -52.93 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 dBm -4.992.5 [i.992. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. The reason for this split is the same as described in the NBSP descriptions for ADSL. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.8 dBm -19. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.6.5 dBm/Hz -97.4 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -40 dBm/Hz -40 dBm/Hz -50 dBm/Hz -51.3 dBm/Hz -62.2.5 kHz 3 175 kHz 30 000 kHz 170 kHz 1 104 kHz 1 622 kHz 2 208 kHz 2 500 kHz 3 001.12].5 dBm -77.5 dBm +3.8 dBm/Hz -59.9 dBm/Hz -83. clause 11. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.5 dBm -67.5 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Spectral Power P/B -97.4 dBm -40 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm +10 dBm +10 dBm 0 dBm -1. Table 84: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0.3 reconstructed from PSD requirements.5 dBm/Hz -47.1. This table specifies the break points of these limits.5 dBm -32. 11.3.5 dBm -7.5 dBm -67. NOTE: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y".2. shall not exceed the limits given in table 84.5 dBm/Hz -72.linear (dB) scale. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 7 MHz.5 dBm/Hz -97.2 dBm +3.4.g. 11. clause A.5 [i.1.5 dBm/Hz -36.9 kHz 138 kHz 1 104 kHz 1 622 kHz 2 208 kHz 2 500 kHz 3 001.6.3 dBm -12.6.2 (2009-05) 11.5 dBm/Hz -46.5. Figure 50 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.2 dBm/Hz -36.6. the mean downstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +19. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.9 dBm -33. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/A (FO)".5 dBm/Hz -44. e. within a power bandwidth B.12].5 dBm/Hz -97.2 Total signal power (upstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/A (FO)".1. clause A.1 Total signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.5 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" ETSI . 11.

5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/A (FO)". 11. This clause is based on ITU-T Recommendation G.2 (2009-05) Spectral Power P/B -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "ADSL2plus/A (FDD)" signals (downstream) "X" "Y" 3175 1 10 100 1.5. These signals may share the same wire pair with ISDN signals.94 Centre frequency f 3 175 kHz 3 175 kHz 4 545 kHz 7 225 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -50 dBm -40 dBm -50 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.1 Total signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.6.7 "ADSL2plus/B (FO)" signals (over ISDN) This category covers signals.5 [i. A signal can be classified as an "ADSL2plus/B (FO)" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below. ETSI .12].2.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 50: Spectral Power.6.9 dBm. clause B.992.992.12]. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. generated by ADSL2plus transmission equipment.2.000 10. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 7 MHz.5 [i.7. for downstream "ADSL2plus/A (FDD)"signals.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/A (FO)". 11. as specified in table 84 11. the mean downstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +19. for which the downstream spectrum overlaps the upstream spectrum (Frequency Overlap).1. 11.

5 dBm +3.2.95 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 kHz 3 175 kHz 30 000 kHz 100 kHz 1 104 kHz 1 622 kHz 2 208 kHz 2 500 kHz 3 001.3 dBm. NOTE: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y".1.2 Total signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.2. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.5 [i. 11. Table 85: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre Frequency f 0.12].8 dBm -19.7. This table specifies the break points of these limits. the mean upstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +13. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. The reason for this split is the same as described in the NBSP descriptions for ADSL.linear (dB) scale.5 dBm -6. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. clause B.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/A (FO)".12].4 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -40 dBm/Hz -40 dBm/Hz -50 dBm/Hz -51.4. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) . at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.8 dBm +3.8 dBm/Hz -59.5 dBm -7.2 (2009-05) 11.2.7.8 dBm/Hz -36.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.992. 11. clause 11.5 kHz 3 175 kHz 3 175 kHz 4 545 kHz 7 225 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -70 dBm -70 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -41.5 dBm/Hz -46. within a power bandwidth B.2.2. shall not exceed the limits given in table 85. reconstructed from PSD requirements.4 dBm -40 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm +10 dBm +10 dBm 0 dBm -1.5 dBm -50 dBm -40 dBm -50 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -81.5 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" ETSI . clause B.5 dBm/Hz -36. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 3 MHz.3 dBm -12.1.7.1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 50 kHz 80 kHz 120 kHz 1 104 kHz 1 622 kHz 2 208 kHz 2 500 kHz 3 001.5 dBm/Hz -47. e. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.9 dBm -33.992.5.3 dBm/Hz -62.5 [i. Figure 51 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.g.9 dBm/Hz -83.

5 dBm +5. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .5 dBm/Hz -34.2.8 kHz 686 kHz 1 411 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -70 dBm -70 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -41. due to a steeper slope near 276 kHz.5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 51: Spectral Power.5 dBm/Hz -98 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" ETSI . Table 86: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0.8 dBm/Hz -34.5 [i. This table specifies the break points of these limits. as specified in table 85 11. shall not exceed the limits given in table 86.2.2 (2009-05) 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "ADSL2plus/B (FO)" signals (downstream) "X" "Y" 1 10 100 1.7.000 10. Figure 52 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. within a power bandwidth B. for downstream "ADSL2plus/B (FO)" signals.g. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.5. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. e. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.5.1. clause 11. clause B.12].linear (dB) scale.5 dBm -58 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm +12 dBm +12 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Spectral Power P/B -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -81.8 dBm +5.8 kHz 686 kHz 30 000 kHz 120 kHz 276 kHz 508.992. The reason for this split is the same as described in the NBSP descriptions for ADSL. NOTE: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y".1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 50 kHz 80 kHz 120 kHz 276 kHz 508. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.2 reconstructed from PSD requirements. The "ADSL2plus/B (FO)" limits for upstream are not the same as for "ADSL/ISDN (FO)".96 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.

97 Centre frequency f 1 411 kHz 1 630 kHz 5 275 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -40 dBm -50 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm Power bandwidth B 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.7.5. as specified in table 86 11.2 (2009-05) Spectral Power P/B -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 Spectral Power of "ADSL2plus/B (FO)" signals (upstream) "X" "Y" -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 1 10 100 1.000 10.3. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements.1 kHz 5. for upstream "ADSL2plus/B (FO)" signals. Table 87: Values for the LOV limits LOV downstream upstream -46 dBV -46 dBV B 10 kHz 10 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω 100 Ω CL 150 nF 150 nF 5. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring. when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clause 13. Table 87 gives the values for the LOV limits in case of ADSL2plus while the LCL mask for ADSL2plus is given in figure 53.3. as specified in clause 13. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal.1 kHz 3 650 kHz 415 kHz ETSI .000 frequency [kHz] Figure 52: Spectral Power. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 88. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.

992.3 dBm. as described in a previous clause of the present document. This is to minimize self-NEXT. clause B. the usable frequency band of downstream signals is narrower to limit the overlap with the upstream to four DMT tones. ETSI .1 Total signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 53: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss Table 88: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL-mask in figure 53 Frequency < 30 kHz 30 kHz 2 208 kHz 2 208 kHz 30 MHz LCL 30 dB 40 dB 40 dB 30 dB 30 dB 11. generated by ADSL2plus transmission equipment which uses Frequency Division Duplexing (FDD) to separate upstream and downstream.2. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. 11.5.5 [i.992.2 (2009-05) 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 Longitudinal conversion loss of "ADSL2plus/B (FO)" signals 1 10 100 1. the mean downstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +19.8. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 7 MHz. as described for the downstream PSD. Therefore both downstream and upstream signals of "ADSL2plus/B (FDD)" also fulfil the requirements of "ADSL2plus/B (FO)" signals.8. These signals may share the same wire pair with ISDN signals.2 Total signal power (upstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/B (FO)".1.12].3.000 10. In this mode. If measurements of the upstream power indicates that downstream power back-off is necessary.8. This clause is based on ITU-T Recommendation G. 11. A signal can be classified as an "ADSL2plus/B (FDD)" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/B (FO)". then the maximum total transmit power shall be reduced accordingly. 11.12].8 "ADSL2plus/B (FDD)" signals (over ISDN) This category covers signals.5 [i.98 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.

5 dBm/Hz -47.1.3 dBm -12.8 dBm/Hz -59.3 dBm/Hz -62.linear (dB) scale. Figure 54 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.4 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -40 dBm/Hz -40 dBm/Hz -50 dBm/Hz -51. shall not exceed the limits given in table 89.5 dBm +3. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.5 dBm -7. This table specifies the break points of these limits.99 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.4 dBm -40 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm +10 dBm +10 dBm 0 dBm -1.6 dBm -19.4.5 dBm/Hz -36.5 [i. Table 89: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre Frequency f 0.3.5 dBm +3.12]. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.992.5 dBm -50 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -50 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 1 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -62 dBm/Hz -48.5 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" ETSI . Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .5 dBm/Hz -36.g. NOTE: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y". clause 11.2 (2009-05) 11.9 kHz 254 kHz 1 104 kHz 1 622 kHz 2 208 kHz 2 500 kHz 3 001.9 dBm -33.2. reconstructed from PSD requirements. e. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.5 kHz 3 175 kHz 30 000 kHz 276 kHz 1 104 kHz 1 622 kHz 2 208 kHz 2 500 kHz 3 001. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.5 kHz 3 175 kHz 3 175 kHz 3 750 kHz 4 545 kHz 7 225 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -70 dBm -70 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -22 dBm -8. within a power bandwidth B.5.1 kHz 1 kHz 1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 93.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.5 dBm/Hz -46. clause B.1 kHz 209 kHz 253.5 dBm -6.9 dBm/Hz -83.1.8. Reference: Recommendation G. The reason for this split is the same as described in the NBSP descriptions for ADSL.

This clause is based on ITU-T Recommendation G. for which the downstream spectrum overlaps the upstream spectrum (Frequency Overlap).1. generated by ADSL2plus transmission equipment. A signal can be classified as an "ADSL2plus/I (FO)" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below. the mean downstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +20. These signals do not share the same wire pair with POTS or ISDN signals.4 dBm.5. for downstream "ADSL2plus/B (FDD)" signals.2.3 dBm.2.992.992. clause I.8.000 10.5 [i.9.2. 11. 11.000 frequency [kHz] "Y" Figure 54: Spectral Power. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.2 (2009-05) 0 -20 Spectral Power of "ADSL2plus/B (FDD)" signals (downstream) "X" -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 1 10 100 1.2. 11.992.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/B (FO)".5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/B (FO)".100 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.9. specified in table 89 11. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. the mean upstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +13.8.9 "ADSL2plus/I (FO)" signals (all digital mode) This category covers signals. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 7 MHz.12].1 Total signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.5 [i. ETSI . clause I.12].2 Total signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.5 [i.12].2. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 7 MHz. 11.

12]. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. clause 11.5 dBm +3.5 dBm/Hz -46.8 dBm/Hz -59.5 kHz 3 175 kHz 30 000 kHz 25 kHz 1 104 kHz 1 622 kHz 2 208 kHz 2 500 kHz 3 001.5 kHz 3 kHz 25.5 kHz 3 175 kHz 3 175 kHz 3 750 kHz 4 545 kHz 7 225 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 600 Ω 600 Ω 600 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -28.5.4 dBm -40 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm +10 dBm +10 dBm 0 dBm -1. shall not exceed the limits given in table 90. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of 19V (38 V peak-peak). This table specifies the break points of these limits.4.9.5 dBm -6. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 1 MHz.4 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -40 dBm/Hz -40 dBm/Hz -50 dBm/Hz -51. Table 90: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0.101 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 dBm/Hz -36.5 dBm -7.9 dBm -33.5 dBm -16.5 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" ETSI .5 dBm/Hz -36.5 [i.5 dBm/Hz -48. e. clause I.1.1 kHz 1.5 dBm/Hz -36. 11.linear (dB) scale.5 dBm +3. within a power bandwidth B. NOTE: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y".8 dBm -19.2.1.875 kHz 1 104 kHz 1 622 kHz 2 208 kHz 2 500 kHz 3 001.3 dBm/Hz -62.9 dBm/Hz -83.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .9.1.5 dBm -50 dBm -40 dBm -40 dBm -50 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 100 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -48. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. Figure 55 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.5 dBm -28.2 (2009-05) 11.3 dBm -12.992. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. The reason for this split is the same as described in the NBSP descriptions for ADSL.g.2 reconstructed from PSD requirements.5 dBm/Hz -47. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. NOTE: No ETSI deliverable does specify this parameter.

5 dBm/Hz -34. shall not exceed the limits given in table 91.12]. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.1. Table 91: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0. Figure 56 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 55: Spectral Power. clause I.992.5 dBm/Hz -46.5 dBm +5. within a power bandwidth B.linear (dB) scale. The reason for this split is the same as described in the NBSP descriptions for ADSL.5 dBm -53.9.5 dBm/Hz -34.000 10.7 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -40 dBm -50 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 100 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -46.2 reconstructed from PSD requirements.5 [i.5 dBm -14. for downstream "ADSL2plus/I (FO)" signals.5.2 (2009-05) 0 -20 -40 [dB m / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "ADSL2plus/I (FO)" signals (downstream) "X" "Y" 1 10 100 1.5.5 dBm +5.2.5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.1 kHz 1.5 kHz 3 kHz 10 kHz 138 kHz 243 kHz 686 kHz 5 275 kHz 30 000 kHz 25 kHz 138 kHz 243 kHz 686 kHz 1 411 kHz 1 411 kHz 1 630 kHz 5 275 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 600 Ω 600 Ω 600 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -26.5 dBm/Hz -34.2.2 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -96. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. NOTE: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y".7 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" ETSI . Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .2 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm +12 dBm +12 dBm -46. clause 11.g. e. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. as specified in table 90 11.5 dBm -26.5 dBm/Hz -93. This table specifies the break points of these limits. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.102 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.

generated by ADSL2plus transmission equipment. for upstream "ADSL2plus/I (FO)" signals.10. but adjacent to it.12]. ETSI . Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. the usable frequency band of downstream signals is narrower and not overlapping the upstream.2.992.5 [i. namely: For 0 < f < 4 kHz. as described in a previous clause of the present document. which uses Frequency Division Duplexing (FDD) to separate upstream and downstream.12].10. These signals do not share the same wire pair with POTS or ISDN signals. In this mode.1.10 "ADSL2plus/I (FDD)" signals (all digital mode) This category covers signals.5 [i. to minimize self-NEXT. 11.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 56: Spectral Power.3. Therefore both downstream and upstream of "ADSL2plus/I (FDD)" also fulfil the requirements of "ADSL2plus/I (FO)" signals. 11.1 Total signal power (downstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/A (FDD)".2 (2009-05) 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] Spectral Power of "ADSL2plus/I (FO)" signals (upstream) "X" "Y" -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 1 10 100 1. 11.3. This clause is based on ITU-T Recommendation G992. 11.1.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/A (FDD)".2 Total signal power (upstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/I (FO)".10. NOTE: There is one modification on the PSD mask. as specified in table 91 11. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.9.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/I (FO)".12].103 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 kHz (no extra limitation of max power in 0 kHz to 4 kHz band). clause I.992.5 [i. 11. the PSD shall be below -97.000 10. clause I.10.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/A (FO)". A signal can be classified as an "ADSL2plus/I (FDD)" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below.5.

for which the downstream spectrum overlaps the (extended) upstream spectrum (Frequency Overlap).2.2 Total signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. 11.104 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.3. ADLU-36 up to ADLU-64.2. Intercept Frequency f_int (kHz) and Intercept PSD Level PSD_int (dBm/Hz) are based on ADLU-64.5 [i.4 dBm. A signal can be classified as an "ADSL2plus/J" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below.5 [i.992.11.12]. mask ADLU-32 defines an upstream mask with a its passband up to DMT symbol 32 corresponding with a upperbound frequency of 138 kHz.11. 11.2.2 (2009-05) 11. generated by ADSL2plus transmission equipment. The ITU-T Recommendation G. clause J.12].5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/I (FO)". This clause is based on ITU-T Recommendation G.2.5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.5 [i.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/I (FO)".5.11 "ADSL2plus/J (FO)" signals (all digital.992. "ADSL2plus/J (FO)". 11. These signals do not share the same wire pair with POTS or ISDN signals. E. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 3 MHz.2. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. covers signals.1.5 [i.5 [i. clause J.992. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.11.2. ITU-T Recommendation G.10.12]. 11.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/I (FO)". 11.12].2.g.2 describes a family of 9 different upstream spectral mask called ADLU-32. the mean upstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +13. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.11.10. clause J. shall not exceed the limits given in table 93.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/A (FO)".2. clause J.1. 11. clause J.2.1 Total signal power (downstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/I (FO)". table J. The NBSP specification in table 93 is based on the In-band Peak PSD (dBm/Hz) of ADLU-32 while the Frequency f1 (kHz).5 [i. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R.11. This table specifies the break points of these limits. extended US) This category.12]. 11. ETSI . at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.992.992.992.12]. The passband is defined as the band from 3 kHz tot an upperbound frequency f1 which corresponds with the frequency spacing of the highest DMT symbol used in the passband.

The reason for this split is the same as described in the NBSP descriptions for ADSL.105 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R.1 kHz 1.5 dBm +5.2.5 dBm/Hz -34.2 (2009-05) Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .1.5 dBm/Hz -34.5 dBm -14. clause 11.41 kHz 686 kHz 1 411 kHz 1 411 kHz 1 630 kHz 5 275 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -26.5 dBm/Hz -97. e.5 dBm -57. for upstream "ADSL2plus/J (FO)" signals.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/B (FO)".5.5 dBm -26.linear (dB) scale.2 reconstructed from PSD requirements. clause J.5 [i.11. NOTE: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y". Table 92: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0.5 dBm +5. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.992.9 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm +12 dBm +12 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -40 dBm -50 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 100 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz Spectral Power P/B -46.9 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] Spectral Power of "ADSL2plus/J (FO)" signals (upstream) "X" "Y" -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 1 10 100 1. as specified in table 92 11.41 kHz 686 kHz 5 275 kHz 30 000 kHz 25 kHz 276 kHz 493.g.5. within a power bandwidth B.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 57: Spectral Power.2.12].000 10. ETSI . Figure 57 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.5 dBm/Hz -34.5 dBm/Hz -46.5 kHz 3 kHz 10 kHz 276 kHz 493.

2.5 [i.1 Total signal power (downstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/A (FO)".12].5 [i.12.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/J (FO)".4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/B (FDD)". Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.12.992. to minimize self-NEXT. extended US) This category covers signals.5 [i. This clause is based on ITU-T Recommendation G. generated by ADSL2plus transmission equipment. In this mode. clause J. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. 11.2 (2009-05) 11.ADSL2plus/J" also fulfil the requirements of "ADSL2plus/J (FO)" signals.13. A signal can be classified as an "ADSL2plus/M (FO)" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.2. ETSI .992.2. clause J.5 [i.12.2 Total signal power (upstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/J (FO)". which uses Frequency Division Duplexing (FDD) to separate upstream and downstream. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.12. This clause is based on ITU-T Recommendation G992. clause M.12 "ADSL2plus/J (FDD)" signals (all digital.5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/J (FO)". as described in a previous clause of the present document.12]. 11. extended US) This category covers signals. Therefore both downstream and upstream of "FDD.12.992.3.2. 11. 11.5 [i.12]. for which the downstream spectrum overlaps the (extended) upstream spectrum (Frequency Overlap).106 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/B (FO)".992.1.1.992.13 "ADSL2plus/M (FO)" signals (over POTS. clause J. These signals may share the same wire pair with POTS signals.1 Total signal power (downstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/B (FDD)". These signals do not share the same wire pair with POTS or ISDN signals. A signal can be classified as an "ADSL2plus/J (FDD)" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below. 11.5 [i.1. 11. but adjacent to it. 11.5.12]. the usable frequency band of downstream signals is narrower and not overlapping the upstream.3. generated by ADSL2plus transmission equipment. and uses an extended upstream. 11.2.12.12].12].

5 [i.2.2 reconstructed from PSD requirements. The passband is defined as the band from 3 kHz tot an upperbound frequency f1 which corresponds with the frequency spacing of the highest DMT symbol used in the passband.5 dBm -72.linear (dB) scale. clause M.992. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 3 MHz. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. E. table M.5 dBm/Hz -92. The ITU-T Recommendation G.2. Intercept Frequency f_int (kHz) and Intercept PSD Level PSD_int (dBm/Hz) are based on EU-64. 11.992. NOTE: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into two overlapping limits: "X" and "Y".2 Total signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.2. e. clause M. clause M.5 [i.992.12].5 dBm.2 (2009-05) 11.5 dBm/Hz -97.1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 25.12].5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.5 dBm +5. Table 93: Break points of the narrow-band power limits Centre frequency f 0.12].9 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 100 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz Spectral Power P/B -97. ITU-T Recommendation G. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.2. shall not exceed the limits given in table 93. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. clause M.3.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/I (FO)".5 dBm -77.13. 11.2 describes a family of 9 different upstream spectral mask called EU-32.12]. The NBSP specification in table 15 is based on the In-band Peak PSD (dBm/Hz) of EU-32 while the Frequency f1 (kHz).41 kHz 686 kHz 5 275 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -77. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .5 dBm -57.2.2.5 dBm/Hz -97. clause M.13.875 kHz 276 kHz 493. mask EU-32 defines an upstream mask with a its passband up to DMT symbol 32 corresponding with a upperbound frequency of 138 kHz. Figure 58 illustrates the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.5.992.5 [i.5 dBm/Hz -34.5 dBm/Hz -34.1. EU-36 up to EU-64.5 dBm +5.107 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.2. clause 11. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R. the mean upstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +12.992.12].g.5. This table specifies the break points of these limits.1.5 [i.13. within a power bandwidth B.2.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/A (FO)".9 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz "X" ETSI . The reason for this split is the same as described in the NBSP descriptions for ADSL.2.13.g. 11.5 [i. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.

108 Centre frequency f 60 kHz 276 kHz 493,41 kHz 686 kHz 1 411 kHz 1 411 kHz 1 630 kHz 5 275 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P +12 dBm +12 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -40 dBm -50 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 1 MHz

ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5.2 (2009-05) Spectral Power P/B -38 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz "Y"

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11.13.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream)
The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/B (FO)".

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"ADSL2plus/M (FDD)" signals (over POTS, extended US)

This category covers signals, generated by ADSL2plus transmission equipment, which uses Frequency Division Duplexing (FDD) to separate upstream and downstream. In this mode, the usable frequency band of downstream signals is narrower and not overlapping the upstream, but adjacent to it, to minimize self-NEXT. Therefore both downstream and upstream signals of "ADSL2plus/M (FDD)" also fulfil the requirements of "ADSL2plus/M (FO)" signals, as described in a previous clause of the present document. These signals may share the same wire pair with POTS signals. This clause is based on ITU-T Recommendation G992.5 [i.12]. A signal can be classified as an "ADSL2plus/M (FDD)" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below.

11.14.1 Total signal power (downstream only)
The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/B (FDD)". Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.992.5 [i.12], clause M.1.3.2.

11.14.2 Total signal power (upstream only)
The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/M (FO)". Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.992.5 [i.12], clause M.2.2.2.

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11.14.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream)
The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/M (FO)".

11.14.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only)
The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/B (FDD)". Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.992.5 [i.12], clause M.1.3.

11.14.5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only)
The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/M (FO)". Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.992.5 [i.12], clause M.2.2.

11.14.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream)
The description of this signal characteristic equals that of "ADSL2plus/B (FO)".

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Cluster 5 signals (broadband up to 30 MHz)
"VDSL2-NL1" signals ("over POTS")

This category covers signals up to 12 MHz, generated by VDSL2 transmission equipment using band plan 998 (limit PSD mask B8-4). These signals may share the same wire pair with POTS signals. This signal description is derived from the ITU VDSL2 recommendation [i.14] and accounts for Power Back-Off in both downstream (DPBO, also known as PSD shaping) and upstream (UPBO) direction. • The downstream signal limits are dependent on the attenuation distance between the local exchange and cabinet ("primary cable"), defined as the insertion loss (IL) of that loop measured at 300 kHz into a resistive load of 100 Ω. These limits are specified for a discrete number of (integer) attenuation distances. For all other attenuation distances, the downstream limits for the nearest specified IL-values apply, and not by means of interpolating the limits. The upstream signal limits are fixed, but defined in such a way that the actual transmit levels changes with the insertion loss between cabinet and customer premises.

A signal can be classified as a "VDSL2-NL1" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below.

12.1.1

Total signal power (downstream only)

The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category, the mean downstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed the levels given in table 94, measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 30 MHz. In the special case of VDSL2 deployment from the local exchange, the limits associated with IL=0 apply. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.993.2 [i.14], chapter 6.

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Table 94: Total downstream transmit power as function of the measured insertion loss of the loop between local exchange and cabinet
Downstream L Total signal (m) power (dBm) 0 21,28 0 1 20,11 101 2 19,02 202 3 18,02 303 4 17,09 404 5 16,26 506 6 15,51 607 7 14,85 708 8 14,27 809 9 13,77 910 10 13,37 1 011 11 12,95 1 112 12 12,65 1 213 13 12,4 1 315 14 12,2 1 416 15 12,04 1 517 16 11,91 1 618 17 11,81 1 719 18 11,73 1 820 19 11,66 1 921 20 11,6 2 022 21 11,55 2 123 22 11,52 2 225 23 11,48 2 326 24 11,46 2 427 25 11,7 2 528 26 11,91 2 629 27 12,15 2 730 28 12,36 2 831 29 12,55 2 932 30 12,7 3 034 31 12,82 3 135 32 12,98 3 236 33 13,15 3 337 34 13,32 3 438 35 13,56 3 539 36 13,8 3 640 37 14,03 3 741 38 14,36 3 842 39 14,67 3 944 40 14,98 4 045 41 15,36 4 146 42 16,07 4 247 43 16,63 4 348 44 17,11 4 449 45 17,49 4 550 >45 17,5 >4 550 NOTE 1: The IL-values are normative. The L-values are informative and represent estimated loop lengths for a commonly used Dutch cable. NOTE 2: These power levels can be different from those being defined or implied by ITU-T Recommendation G.993.2 [i.14]. Lower values are imposed at certain attenuation distances if the downstream power back-off (as defined in tables 95 and 96) requires this. Higher values are granted on other attenuation distances if the levels of modems in other wire pairs allow this. Current implementations of VDSL2 transmitters, compliant with [i.14], are not expected to be capable of generating output powers of more then 20,5 dBm. NOTE 3: The power limit specified for IL > 45 dB may be too restrictive for VDSL2; refinement is for further study. IL (dB @ 300 kHz)

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14].2 [i. within a power bandwidth B. The 1 MHz bandwidth specification is equivalent to the sliding window specification.5 dB. the actual level may be significantly lower when the additional upstream receive limits (see table 98 and figure 62) require a strong power back-off in short loops. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R for a given attenuation distance.993. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.2.1. All these upper limits shall hold simultaneously. This enables a unified specification method.5. These tables specify the break points of these limits. NOTE 2: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into three overlapping limits: "X". Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .5. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 30 MHz. NBSP specifications cover both signal types.1. chapter 6. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of 19V (38 V peak-peak).2 (2009-05) 12. and used here since the NBSP approach is much wider applicable. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature. NOTE 1: The NBSP specification in table 95 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specifications in [i. Note that this limit is an upper limit only.14].2.993. clause B.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. 12.2 Total signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. shall not exceed the limits given in tables 95 and 96. and include the pass band ripple.2 [i. "Y" and "Z". Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.linear (dB) scale above 2 500 kHz.14]. but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies). Figures 59 and 60 illustrate the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way.linear (dB) scale below 2 500 kHz and on a linear (Hz) . at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. The 10 kHz bandwidth values represent the "peak PSD values" from [i. NOTE 3: The description of this signal characteristic is derived from "VDSL2 band plan 998" signals with PSD mask "B8-4".10] and [i. ETSI . The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.11]).1. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. 12. the mean upstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +14.111 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. The 100 kHz bandwidth values represent the "nominal PSD values" in the passband to smooth out the spectral ripple of 3. being common for ADSL (see [i.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.1. measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 30 MHz. Downstream PSD Shaping has been applied between 80 KHz and 2 500 kHz.14] (similar to figure 59).5 dBm.

5 dB P4 + 46.112 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 dB P5 + 46.5 dB P7 -3.8 dBm -40 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -46 dBm P1 + 46.5. of the downstream transmit signal Centre frequency f 0.5 dBm P1 + 40 dB P2 + 40 dB P3 + 40 dB P4 + 40 dB P5 + 40 dB P6 + 40 dB P7 + 40 dB P8 + 40 dB P9 + 40 dB P10 + 40 dB P11 + 40 dB P12 + 40 dB P13 + 40 dB P14 + 40 dB -8.5 dBm -52.5 dB -2.3 dBm -4.5 dBm -33.999 kHz 4 000 kHz 5 055 kHz 5 056 kHz 5 199.999 kHz Impedance R 600 Ω 600 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -77.5 dB P12 + 46.5 dBm/Hz -92.2 dBm -40 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -40 dBm -12.5 dB P7 + 46.5 dB P11 -3.5 dB P3 -3.1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz f1 f2 f3 f4 f5 f6 f7 f8 f9 f10 f11 f12 f13 f14 2 500 kHz 3 749.5 dB P6 -3.5 dB P8 + 46.7 dBm/Hz -54.5 dBm/Hz -97.999 kHz 8 500 kHz 8 675 kHz 30 000 kHz 50 kHz f1 f2 f3 f4 f5 f6 f7 f8 f9 f10 f11 f12 f13 f14 2 500 kHz 3 749.2 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -52.8 dBm/Hz -51.5 dB P2 -3.5 dB P10 -3.5 dB P2 + 46.5 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" ETSI .8 dBm -11.5 dB P8 -3.5 dBm -77.999 kHz 3 750 kHz 3 925 kHz 4 925 kHz 5 025 kHz 5 199.5 dB P12 -3.5 dB P14 + 46.8 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -96 dBm/Hz P1 -3.5 dB P6 + 46.5 dBm/Hz P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 -48.5 dB P4 -3.2 (2009-05) Table 95: Break points of the NBSP limits.5 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -99.5 dB P14 -3.5 dB P3 + 46.999 kHz 3 750 kHz 3 894 kHz 3 999.5 dB -52.5 dB P11 + 46.5 dB P13 + 46.7 dBm/Hz -83.5 dB P10 + 46.5 dB P13 -3.5 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Spectral Power P/B -97.999 kHz 5 200 kHz 8 499.5 dB P5 -3.5 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -62 dBm -33.5 dB P9 -3.3 dBm/Hz -54.7 dBm -14.5 dB P9 + 46.9 dBm/Hz -83.

9 1350 –68.9 850 –66.5 80 –72.999 –44.7 400 –50.2 2039 –91.5 80 –72. Refinements for the limits at these breakpoints require further study.3 850 –43.5 80 –72.7 250 –38 250 –38.5 2208 –75.8 f10 P10 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2208 –55.1 850 –60.2 1104 –65.1 250 –45 250 –45.3 dBm/Hz -83.9 400 –39.1 2248 –48.999 –44.6 f9 P9 N/A N/A N/A N/A 2214 –48 1622 –52.5 1104 –38.1 1350 –52.5 1104 –43.8 250 –39.2 850 –46.5 80 –72.2 137.5 80 –72.5 f13 P13 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2248 –48.8 1622 –76.7 600 –50.5 138 –45.7 1350 –72.7 133 –46.6 850 –40.7 250 –48.9 1104 –51.8 1622 –86.5 80 –72.1 250 –49. NOTE 2: The limits "Y" between 50 kHz and 2 500 kHz are 3.7 1104 –41.4 400 –41.4 600 –42.5 1782 –91.5 80 –72.5 600 –52.4 138 –44 250 –47.6 850 –62 850 –63.2 600 –38.999 –44.9 1350 –54.8 400 –53.5 1350 –62.7 1350 –58.4 138 –41 138 –41.8 138 –40.2 137.1 250 –41.1 2208 –62.9 f3 P3 138 –36. Table 96: Definition of parameter fk and Pk (with k = 1 to 14).2 137 –44.1 138 –37.1 2242 –48.6 600 –55.5 2208 –69.6 600 –57.5 2033 –91.1 2248 –48.1 2198 –80.1 138 –42.2 (2009-05) Spectral Power P/B -56.5 138 –42.5 80 –72.9 f4 P4 1104 –36.5 80 –72.5 80 –72.3 2208 –78.2 137.4 850 –56 1104 –60.2 137.7 400 –55.1 2229 –48.3 1622 –50.8 850 –57.999 –44.1 1104 –70.7 400 –56.3 f7 P7 N/A N/A 2208 –50.2 2067 –89.3 2235 –48.3 1104 –55.7 1622 –54.999 –44.2 137.6 1622 –71.5 80 –72.5 80 –72.7 850 –48.5 80 –72.8 1104 –62.5 80 –72.1 600 –41.6 1104 –39.4 400 –43.6 136 –45.999 –44.999 –44.8 1622 –58.5 1350 –60.8 600 –59 600 –60.6 1104 –53.9 130 –47.9 1104 –67.2 137.2 138 –38.5 400 –40.1 2208 –80 2248 –48.2 1104 –49.2 600 –47.5 138 –37.8 400 –54.2 137.2 137.1 1622 –67.6 400 –49.8 1350 –56.5 250 –40.9 1622 –74.999 –44.8 600 –40.999 –44.999 –44.3 1622 –69.8 850 –54.7 138 –46.5 1104 –69.9 850 –42.2 2246 –48.3 250 –41.6 f6 P6 2208 –48 1622 –48.999 kHz 8 500 kHz 8 644 kHz 8 645 kHz 30 000 kHz 9 145 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -6.3 dBm -33.3 2239 –48.6 850 –51.4 400 –47.2 2232 –48.3 250 –49.8 1350 –51.8 850 –45.6 2208 –80 2129 –85.4 600 –56.7 1622 –88.3 129 –47.1 2208 –80 2208 –80 2208 –80 2208 –80 2033 –91.5 80 –72.1 134 –45.5 80 –72.7 f11 P11 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2217 –48 2220 –48 2208 –60.6 1622 –56.2 600 –61.1 850 –49.6 250 –43.7 138 –39.5 600 –37.7 1622 –82.9 1622 –61 1622 –63 1622 –65.1 N/A N/A 2248 –48.6 1350 –64.3 250 –52 f5 P5 1622 –46.5 1104 –48.6 600 –43.4 1350 –70.999 –44.8 138 –47.1 2226 –48.5 80 –72.6 138 –38.5 f2 P2 137.9 1104 –46.5 850 –64.1 400 –51. This may be a bit too restrictive for VDSL2 when the PSD slope in this shaping region becomes steep.1 1104 –58.1 2248 –48.4 400 –45.6 1350 –74.2 2162 –82.7 850 –59.2 f8 P8 N/A N/A 2211 –48 2208 –52.1 2248 –48.1 1350 –79.9 1622 –78.4 400 –42.999 –44.7 600 –54.5 80 –72.2 137.9 2208 –72.5 400 –48.8 250 –50.5 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz -112 dBm/Hz "Z" NOTE 1: The limits between breakpoints shall be obtained by interpolation between adjacent breakpoints on a dB/ log(f) basis below 2 500 kHz and on a dB/f basis above 2 500 kHz.2 137.2 2208 –57.2 137.1 ETSI .3 138 –46.5 dBm -50 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -52 dBm -52 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. of the downstream NBSP limits in table 95.5 1104 –64.8 250 –42.5 1350 –76.2 137.8 250 –46.1 2097 –87.1 1912 –91.3 138 –39.113 Centre frequency f 5 200 kHz 8 499.3 131 –46.7 1350 –66.2 1104 –44.999 –44. IL 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f1 P1 80 –72.4 400 –46.5 f12 P12 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2223 –48.1 2208 –80 2208 –80 f14 P14 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2248 –48.4 400 –44.7 138 –43.3 250 –44.2 137.2 dBm/Hz -58.5 dB lower then the associated limits "X".2 1104 –57.4 600 –48.3 138 –47.8 400 –52.8 1622 –84.8 600 –45 600 –46.6 1622 –80.1 850 –52.5 80 –72.3 1350 –78.999 –44.5.5 80 –72.2 dBm -8.6 250 –51.1 138 –45.1 600 –51.5 2208 –65 2208 –67.

6 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 1622 –46.2 138 –55.5 1104 –36.5 1350 –83.8 1350 –86.7 1104 –88.6 1104 –75.7 138 –54.2 1104 –89.5 1111 –91.5 80 –72.5 1268 –91.5 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 N/A N/A 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 N/A N/A N/A N/A f14 P14 2248 –48.7 112 –55.5 735 –91.8 138 –50.8 400 –64.6 250 –61.5 f9 P9 1350 –81.9 250 –60.9 250 –62.2 111 –55.6 108 –57.5 1104 –36.1 138 –51.1 105 –58.5 1622 –46.8 850 –76.1 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2208 –48 2208 –48 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 850 –67.4 1104 –81.1 107 –57.5 1240 –91.8 1648 –46.5 1911 –91.1 120 –51.2 600 –71 600 –71.7 114 –54.8 2022 –47. ETSI .7 138 –55.5 1169 –91.5 2033 –91.1 138 –58.5 mm GPLK cable model (model "KPN_L1".5 1104 –36.5 80 –72.4 703 –91.5 1334 –91.5 1622 –46.5 1322 –91.5 1622 –46.2 600 –77.8 123 –50.6 250 –55.1 400 –63.8 1350 –89.5 f10 P10 1622 –90.1 103 –59.8 400 –68.5 1622 –46.3 250 –61.2 1104 –80.5 1693 –91.5 1505 –91.5 f4 P4 250 –52.4 600 –69.1 2126 –47.2 250 –55.5 1036 –91.9 250 –64.5 1141 –91.5 1380 –91.5 80 –72.3 1808 –47 1720 –46.6 138 –57.1 850 –71.5 877 –80 877 –80 f1 P1 80 –72.7 138 –56. Figure 59 illustrates the limits of the spectral powers (measured in 10 kHz and in 100 kHz) as function of the frequency. the attenuation length is zero (IL=0).3 1622 –46.2 600 –78.5 1622 –46.9 600 –91.5 850 –73.1 400 –73 400 –73.5 1009 –91.3 400 –59.5 80 –72.8 250 –56.4 600 –80.5 250 –58.5 80 –72.5 857 –91.5 1433 –91.5 400 –70.5 1622 –46.5 1217 –91.6 250 –67.6 250 –63.3 117 –52.5 2208 –48 1622 –46.8 850 –70.5 1447 –91.5 1491 –91.5 600 –64.5 1205 –91.9 138 –49.5 850 –68.3 850 –86.5 80 –72.5 80 –72.5 f11 P11 1673 –91.2 138 –53. NOTE 2: The breakpoints for IL > 45 dB may be too restrictive for VDSL2.4 600 –63.5 80 –72.7 600 –84.3 250 –68 250 –91.7 138 –51.4 1622 –46.6 400 –62.2 138 –54.3 250 –63.2 (2009-05) f7 P7 f8 P8 1104 –72.5 1301 –91.5 80 –72.8 400 –61.9 118 –52.9 1217 –39 1180 –38.6 400 –76.5 80 –72.8 400 –74.5 1622 –46.5 80 –72.5 80 –72. The equivalent physical cable length L of the cable (last column of the table) is for information only.5 1593 –91.1 2248 –48.5 80 –72.6 138 –91.6 1104 –91.5 80 –72.3 138 –52.6 138 –59.5 80 –72.2 1434 –43.4 400 –71.5 80 –72.7 850 –84 850 –85.5.4 250 –57 250 –57.1 600 –76.2 400 –66 400 –66.5 f3 P3 138 –48.5 600 –82.1 2246 –48.5 2208 –80 2208 –80 2206 –80 2086 –80 1982 –80 1908 –47.3 400 –91.5 1807 –91.5 119 –51.7 850 –75.5 126 –48.7 1104 –82.5 1104 –36.6 1387 –42.7 400 –75.3 850 –72.6 250 –59.5 959 –91.8 600 –86.3 600 –79.5 1270 –91.9 850 –78.5 1122 –91.8 116 –53.5 749 –91.4 843 –91. In the special case that VDSL2 is deployed from the local exchange.6 103 –91.5 922 –36.5 2033 –91.7 250 –53.3 600 –70.5 138 –51.2 1104 –86. refinements are for further study.5 600 –66.5 1021 –36.5 80 –72.1 250 –58.1 1104 –76.2 850 –81.2 109 –56. and the associated rows from the table apply.9 138 –52.9 400 –67.5 400 –65.5 1622 –46.5 600 –67.3 138 –49.5 921 –91.5 962 –91.4 400 –77.5 1297 –80 1252 –80 1211 –80 1171 –80 1134 –80 1143 –37.5 1622 –46.5 1406 –91.2 1350 –84.4 138 –48.8 600 –85.2 138 –56.5 80 –72.7 110 –56.5 f12 P12 2033 –91. and estimated from a 0.5 2208 –48 2208 –48 f13 P13 2208 –80 2248 –48.5 1104 –77.5 2031 –91.6 104 –59.5 1868 –80 1768 –80 1680 –80 1608 –80 1555 –80 1497 –80 1443 –80 1392 –80 1344 –80 1341 –41.6 250 –65.6 850 –74.6 600 –83.5 80 –72.6 850 –87.5 1104 –36.1 138 –57.5 1077 –91.2 850 –90.1 1061 –91.3 122 –50.5 80 –91.9 850 –80.3 138 –50.2 115 –53.5 f5 P5 400 –57.5 f2 P2 127 –48.3 250 –54 250 –54.5 1540 –91.6 1296 –41 1256 –39.1 1538 –45.3 1369 –91.3 124 –49.5 600 –65.5 80 –72.5 919 –91.7 121 –51.5 1594 –91.13]).8 850 –77.3 400 –63.5 f6 P6 600 –62.2 400 –72.8 1104 –79.7 138 –53.5 1622 –46.4 NOTE 1: The label "N/A" denotes that a breakpoint is not used.5 703 –91.3 250 –66 250 –66.5 880 –91.9 1104 –84 1104 –85.2 113 –54.114 IL 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 >45 f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 80 –72.5 80 –72.5 850 –82.5 80 –72.7 970 –36.5 600 –81. also known as "TP 150" in [i.5 800 –91.9 600 –73 600 –74 600 –75.6 400 –69.5 80 –72.1 138 –59.4 1079 –36.5 1622 –46.5 400 –58.5 768 –91.5 1172 –91.5 803 –91.3 1350 –87.9 125 –49.6 1595 –46.5 600 –68.3 250 –59.2 400 –60 400 –60. according to the specifications in tables 95 and 96.6 138 –58.1 1485 –44.5 1622 –46.6 106 –58.5 996 –91.9 850 –89.5 1096 –80 1032 –80 975 –80 924 –80 922 –36.2 1104 –73.

000 4.5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.000 12.000 8. This mechanism is called Upstream Power Back-off. The receive limits are concentrating on in-band frequencies mainly.000 1.2 (2009-05) Spectral Power of "VDSL2-NL1" signals (downstream) 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 2. dedicated to the upstream transmit signal observed at the NT-port of the sub loop wiring.000 2. Spectral Power of "VDSL2-NL1" signals (downstream) 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 No DPBO (IL =0 dB) IL =10 dB IL =40 dB IL =20 dB -100 -120 -140 0 500 1. as specified in tables 95 and 96. the upstream signal shall comply simultaneously with transmit limits.5.000 10. for a frequency band where downstream PSD Shaping has been applied 12. as specified in tables 95 and 96 for IL=0 dB When VDSL2 is deployed from the cabinet.000 6.115 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. and the level of the transmitted in-band frequencies should often be reduced to comply simultaneously with the receive limits. and this mechanism requires that the transmission system should have knowledge on the insertion loss between the LT and NT port of the sub loop wiring. and the insertion loss of the sub loop wiring determines how much the upstream transmitter should reduce it is transmit level to comply with the receive limits as well.000 14. shaping of the above spectral powers can be significant between 134 kHz and 2 500 kHz. The transmit limits are maximum limits only.1. Figure 60 illustrates the limits of these spectral powers (measured in 10 kHz and in 100 kHz) for various attenuation distances (for IL=10 dB. dedicated to the upstream receive signal observed at the LT-port of the local loop wiring. and receive limits.500 2.500 frequency [kHz] Figure 60: Spectral Power for "VDSL2-NL1" downstream signals.000 frequency [kHz] "X" "Y" "Z" Figure 59: Spectral Power for "VDSL2-NL1" downstream signals. IL=20 dB and IL=40 dB). ETSI .

5 dBm +5.5 dBm +5. All three upper limits hold simultaneously.5 dBm/Hz -34. Figures 61 and 62 illustrate these NBSP limits in a bandwidth-normalized way.7 dBm -40 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -40 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz Spectral Power P/B -97. but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies). within a power band width B.2 [i.5 dBm/Hz -34.5 dBm/Hz -93.5 dBm -77.5 dB. the NBSP received from the LT-port of the sub loop wiring shall not exceed the limits given in table 98.1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 25.14].2 dBm -12. All these limits hold simultaneously. received into a resistive load R.2 [i.5.5 dBm +5. as explained in note 2. All methods enabling compliance with both transmit and receive limits are therefore considered as adequate.7 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz "X" ETSI . NBSP specifications cover both signal types. at any point of the specified frequency range. NOTE 1: The NBSP specification in table 97 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specifications in [i. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. "Y1" and "Y2". The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13.4 reconstructed from PSD requirements.linear (dB) scale below 3 575 KHz and linear (Hz) .5 dBm -52. Table 97: Break points of the NBSP limits of the upstream transmit signal Centre frequency f 0. NOTE 2: The NBSP specification of the upstream transmit signal (table 97) has been split into three overlapping limits: "X".5 dBm/Hz -97.116 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. The ITU-T recommendation G. clause B2.14] (similar to figure 62). Tables 97 and 98 specify the break points of these limits. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) of the upstream signal transmitted into the NT-port of the sub loop wiring shall not exceed the limits given in table 97. The NBSP is the average power P of a signal. "Y" and "Z". The 1 MHz bandwidth specification is equivalent to the sliding window specification being common for ADSL.993.993. To be compliant with this signal category. "X2". Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .2 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -51.14].5 dBm/Hz -34.5 dBm/Hz -92.5 dBm/Hz -34.5 dBm +5.14].5 dBm +5. and how this information could be handled by the system to implement the associated upstream power back-off.875 kHz 50 kHz 80 kHz 120 kHz 138 kHz 243 kHz 686 kHz 783 kHz 2 825 kHz 3 000 kHz 3 000 kHz 3 575 kHz 3 750 kHz 3 750 kHz 5 200 kHz 5 200 kHz 5 375 kHz 6 875 kHz 7 050 kHz 7 050 kHz 8 325 kHz 8 500 kHz Impedance R 600 Ω 600 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -77.2 dBm/Hz -52. NOTE 3: The NBSP specification of the upstream receive signal (table 98) has been split into four overlapping limits: "X1". This enables a unified specification method.2 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -40 dBm -11.5 dBm -53.2 (2009-05) The way this information is to be acquired and handled is no part of the signal description. and includes the pass band ripple. The 10 kHz bandwidth values represent the "maximum PSD values" from [i.5 dBm/Hz -34.linear (dB) scale above 3 575 KHz. The 100 kHz bandwidth values represent the "average PSD values" in the pass band to smooth out the spectral ripple of 3. and used here since the NBSP approach is much wider applicable. Simultaneously.2. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature. describes methods on how VDSL2 equipment could estimate this insertion loss.

2 dBm/Hz -83.5 dBm -15.999 kHz 5 200 kHz 5 375 kHz 6 875 kHz 7 049.below 3 575 kHz: on a dB / log10(f) basis.999 kHz 3 750 kHz 5 199.2 (2009-05) Spectral Power P/B -54.7 dBm/Hz -56.999 kHz 12 000 kHz 12 175 kHz 14 350 kHz 14 351 kHz 14 526 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -14. "Z" ETSI .5 dBm -40 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm +12 dBm +12 dBm +12 dBm +12 dBm -46.5.5 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm Power bandwidth B 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -83.5 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz "Y" 12 675 kHz -52 dBm 1 MHz -112 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 14 350 kHz -52 dBm 1 MHz -112 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 14 351 kHz -52 dBm 1 MHz -112 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 14 526 kHz -52 dBm 1 MHz -112 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 30 000 kHz -52 dBm 1 MHz -112 dBm/Hz 100 Ω NOTE: The PSD values between breakpoints shall be obtained by interpolation between adjacent breakpoints as follows: .2 dBm -33.5 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -33.8 dBm/Hz -55.5 dBm -5.7 dBm -6. and .5 dBm/Hz -58.5 dBm/Hz -55.7 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -33.above 3 575 kHz: on a dB / f basis.999 kHz 3 000 kHz 3 575 kHz 3 749.3 dBm/Hz -59 dBm/Hz -59 dBm/Hz -83.7 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -83.5 dBm/Hz -54.999 kHz 8 500 kHz 10 000 kHz 11 999.8 dBm -15.3 dBm -9 dBm -9 dBm -33.5 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -96.999 kHz 7 050 kHz 8 325 kHz 8 499.117 Centre frequency f 8 500 kHz 10 000 kHz 12 000 kHz 12 000 kHz 12 175 kHz 14 350 kHz 14 351 kHz 14 526 kHz 30 000 kHz 50 kHz 80 kHz 120 kHz 138 kHz 243 kHz 686 kHz 783 kHz 2 825 kHz 2 999.5 dBm -8.

118 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.000 10.37 dBm/Hz -86.37 dBm -36.000 6.000 12.41 dBm/Hz interp -103.2 (2009-05) Table 98: Break points of the NBSP limits of the upstream receive signal Frequency f 3 575 kHz … 5 375 kHz 8 325 kHz … 12 175 kHz 3 575 kHz … 5 375 kHz 8 325 kHz … 12 175 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -43.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 61: Spectral Power for "VDSL2-NL1" upstream transmit signals. "Y2" X X X Y X X Y 2.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 62: Spectral Power for "VDSL2-NL1" upstream receive signals.45 dBm/Hz interp -92.5.87dBm/Hz "X1" "X2" "Y1" "Y2" 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of VDSL2-NL1 over POTS signals (upstream) "X" "Y" "Z" 2.65 dBm/Hz -93.000 12.000 10.52.45 dBm interp .15 dBm/Hz -96.15 dBm -46.000 4.000 4.95 dBm interp -46.87 dBm Power bandwidth B 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Spectral Power P/B -83.65 dBm -53. as specified in table 97 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of VDSL2-NL1 over POTS signals (upstream) "X1" .91 dBm interp -56.41 dBm interp -63.000 6.000 14.95 dBm/Hz interp -96. as specified in table 98 ETSI .91dBm/Hz interp -106. "X2" "Y1" .000 14.000 8.000 8.

when the Local Loop Wiring is replaced by an artificial impedance network described in clauses 13.3.3. The minimum LOV and LCL requirements hold for what can be observed at the ports of the Local Loop Wiring.3. The observed LOV shall have an rms voltage of below the value specified in table 99. Table 99: Values for the LOV limits LOV downstream upstream -46 dBV -46 dBV B 10 kHz 10 kHz fmin fmax RL 100 Ω 100 Ω CL 150 nF 150 nF 5.3.13]. The observed LCL shall be higher than the lower limits given in figure 63.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.3.2 (2009-05) 12.1. measured in a power bandwidth B.2. The LCL values of the associated break frequencies of this figure are given in table 100.2 and 13. clauses 8. and averaged in any one second period. this requirement shall be met for both the switched-on and switched-off mode of the signal source.119 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.3 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss.3. under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced.5.3. This can be verified by a Longitudinal Output Voltage (LOV) and a Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) measurement at the source of that signal.3.000 frequency [kHz] Figure 63: Minimum longitudinal conversion loss ETSI . the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements. centred over any frequency in the range from fmin to fmax. Compliance with this limitation is required with a longitudinal terminating impedance having value ZL( ω) = RL + 1 / (jω × CL) for all frequencies between fmin to fmax.3. as specified in clauses 13.000 100. Reference: TS 101 270-1 [i.000 10. Clause 13. To be compliant with this signal category. Clause 13.3.2 defines an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage.2 and 13. The differential termination impedance for LOV and LCL measurements shall be chosen equally to the design impedance RT = 100 Ω of the Signal Source under test.1 kHz 1 825 kHz 210 kHz 60 50 40 [dB] 30 20 10 0 0 1 Longitudinal conversion loss of VDSL2-NL1 10 100 1.1 kHz 5.3 and E.

• ETSI . 12. For all other attenuation distances. also known as PSD shaping) and upstream (UPBO) direction.5. but defined in such a way that the actual transmit levels changes with the insertion loss between cabinet and customer premises. This signal description is derived from the ITU VDSL2 recommendation [i.2 "VDSL2-NL2" signals (over ISDN) This category covers signals up to 12 MHz. the downstream limits for the nearest specified IL-values apply. defined as the insertion loss (IL) of that loop measured at 300 kHz into a resistive load of 100 Ω. These signals may share the same wire pair with ISDN signals. These limits are specified for a discrete number of (integer) attenuation distances. generated by VDSL2 transmission equipment using band plan 998 (limit PSD mask B8-6). and not by means of interpolating the limits.120 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. and may change in future.2 (2009-05) Table 100: Frequencies and LCL values of the breakpoints of the LCL mask in figure 63 Frequency < 30 kHz 30 kHz 12 MHz 12 MHz 30 MHz LCL 30 dB 40 dB 40 dB 30 dB 30 dB NOTE These LCL values are currently under study within ETSI and ITU. The downstream signal limits are dependent on the attenuation distance between the local exchange and cabinet ("primary cable"). • The upstream signal limits are fixed.14] and accounts for Power Back-Off in both downstream (DPBO. A signal can be classified as a "VDSL2-NL2" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below.

6 17.5 11.5 11.1 12.5 12.6 13.6 11.1 Total signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.1 11.2 (2009-05) 12. Table 101: Total downstream transmit power as function of the measured insertion loss of the loop between local exchange and cabinet IL (dB @ 300 kHz) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 >45 Downstream Total signal power(dBm) 20.4 16.4 11. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 30 MHz.1 17.4 15.7 15.8 12.4 16.9 11.8 11.4 12.1 13.7 12.4 11.1 13. the limits associated with IL=0 apply.5 17.5 L (m) 0 101 202 303 404 506 607 708 809 910 1 011 1 112 1 213 1 315 1 416 1 517 1 618 1 719 1 820 1 921 2 022 2 123 2 225 2 326 2 427 2 528 2 629 2 730 2 831 2 932 3 034 3 135 3 236 3 337 3 438 3 539 3 640 3 741 3 842 3 944 4 045 4 146 4 247 4 348 4 449 4 550 >4 550 ETSI .8 14.4 11.5 14.1 12.3 11.7 11.121 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.3 14. the mean downstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed the levels given in table 101. In the special case of VDSL2 deployment from the local exchange.3 13.0 15.3 12.8 12.2.1 16.4 17.8 14.3 11.6 11.5 13.4 11.6 12.0 14.9 13.5.5 18.8 19.

2.2 [i. PSD specifications are adequate when signals are purely random in nature.122 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. NBSP specifications cover both signal types. Figures 64 and 65 illustrate the NBSP in a bandwidth-normalized way. shall not exceed the limits given in tables 102 and table 103. 12.14].14].linear (dB) scale below 2 500 kHz and on a linear (Hz) . Higher values are granted on other attenuation distances if the levels of modems in other wire pairs allow this. are not expected to be capable of generating output powers of more then 20.1. NOTE 2: These power levels can be different from those being defined or implied by ITU-T Recommendation G.2 Total signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.14] (similar to figure 64). and used here since it is much wider applicable.14].2. chapter 6. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. IL (dB @ 300 kHz) 12.2 [i. The NBSP is the average power P of a sending signal into a load resistance R. ETSI .2. The definition and measurement method of peak amplitude is specified in clause 13. 12. refinement is for further study.5 dBm. but cannot cover harmonic components in a signal (would cause infinite high "PSD" levels at these harmonic frequencies).4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category.3 Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. The L-values are informative and represent estimated loop lengths for a commonly used Dutch cable.linear (dB) scale above 2 500 kHz. Note that this limit is an upper limit only. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R for a given IL-value.993.5.2 (2009-05) Downstream L Total signal (m) power(dBm) NOTE 1: The IL-values are normative. within a power bandwidth B. compliant with ITU-T Recommendation G993. This enables a unified specification method. measured within a frequency band from at least 4 kHz to 30 MHz. the actual level may be significantly lower when the additional spectral receive limits to upstream signals require a strong power back-off in short loops.993. the mean upstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +14. NOTE 3: The power limit specified for IL>45 dB may be too restrictive for VDSL2. Limits for intermediate frequencies can be found by drawing a straight line between the break points on a logarithmic (Hz) .2. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. NOTE 1: The NBSP specification in table 102 is reconstructed from the commonly used PSD specifications in [i. the nominal voltage peak of the largest signal pulse into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of 19V (38 V peak-peak). measured within a frequency band from at least 100 Hz to 30 MHz.2 [i. The measurement method of the NBSP is described in clause 13. Current implementations of VDSL2 transmitters.5 dBm. Lower values are imposed at certain attenuation distances if the downstream power back-off (as defined in tables 102 and 103) requires this. These tables specify the break points of these limits.

5 dB P7 -3.11]).5 dBm/Hz P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 -48.10] and [i.5 dB P8 + 46.5 dB P5 + 46. The 10 kHz bandwidth values represent the "maximum PSD values" [i.8 dBm -11.5 dB P8 -3.5. All these upper limits shall hold simultaneously.5 dB P3 -3.5 dB P6 -3.8 dBm/Hz -51.5 dBm/Hz -97.5 dB P2 + 46.2 KHz and 2 500 kHz.999 kHz 5 200 kHz 8 499.5 dB P4 + 46.5 dB.5 dBm P1 + 40 dB P2 + 40 dB P3 + 40 dB P4 + 40 dB P5 + 40 dB P6 + 40 dB P7 + 40 dB P8 + 40 dB P9 + 40 dB P10 + 40 dB P11 + 40 dB P12 + 40 dB P13 + 40 dB P14 + 40 dB -8.5 dB P10 -3. The 1 MHz bandwidth specification is equivalent to the sliding window specification being common for ADSL (see [i.8 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -96 dBm/Hz -96 dBm/Hz P1 -3.2.5 dBm/Hz -92. Table 102: Break points of the NBSP limits of the downstream transmit signal Centre frequency f 0.2 dBm -40 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -40 dBm -12.5 dB P9 + 46. Downstream PSD Shaping has been applied between 101.5 dB Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Spectral Power P/B -97. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.5 dB P7 + 46.999 kHz 8 500 kHz 8 675 kHz 30 000 kHz 50 kHz 80 kHz f1 f2 f3 f4 f5 f6 f7 f8 f9 f10 Impedance R 600 Ω 600 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -77.123 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.7 dBm/Hz -54.5 dB P4 -3.5 dBm -52.5 dBm -52.5 dB P3 + 46.5 dB P5 -3. The description of this signal characteristic is derived from VDSL2 "band plan 998" signals with PSD mask "B8-6".5 dB P9 -3.999 kHz 3 750 kHz 3 925 kHz 4 925 kHz 5 025 kHz 5 199.5. "Y" and "Z".5 dB "X" "Y" ETSI .5 dBm -77. clause B. The 100 kHz bandwidth values represent the "average PSD values" in the passband to smooth out the spectral ripple of 3.2 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -52.5 dB P10 + 46.5 dBm/Hz -92.1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 80 kHz f1 f2 f3 f4 f5 f6 f7 f8 f9 f10 f11 f12 f13 f14 2 500 kHz 3 749.2 [i.8 dBm -40 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -46 dBm -46 dBm P1 + 46.7 dBm -14.14].5 dB P6 + 46.993.5 dB P2 -3.2 (2009-05) NOTE 2: The NBSP specification of this signal category has been split into three overlapping limits: "X". and includes the pass band ripple.14].

5 dBm -33.5 dB P12 + 46.124 Centre frequency f f11 f12 f13 f14 2 500 kHz 3 749.5 dB lower then the associated limits "X".5 dB P12 -3. NOTE 2: The limits "Y" between 50 kHz and 2 500 kHz are 3. Refinements for the limits at these breakpoints require further study.3 dBm/Hz -83.999 kHz 3 750 kHz 3 894 kHz 3 999.7 dBm/Hz -83. This may be a bit too restrictive for VDSL2 when the PSD slope in this shaping region becomes steep.999 kHz 8 500 kHz 8 644 kHz 8 645 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P P11 + 46.2 dBm -8.5 dBm -50 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5.5 dB P14 -3.5 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -99.5 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -62 dBm -33.3 dBm -33.999 kHz 5 200 kHz 8 499.999 kHz 4 000 kHz 5 055 kHz 5 056 kHz 5 199.2 dBm/Hz -58. ETSI .5 dB P14 + 46.9 dBm/Hz -83.3 dBm/Hz -54.2 (2009-05) Spectral Power P/B P11 -3.5 dBm/Hz -56.5 dB P13 -3.5 dB -2.3 dBm -4.5 dBm -6.5 dB -52.5 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz 9 145 kHz -52 dBm 1 MHz -112 dBm/Hz "Z" 100 Ω 30 000 kHz -52 dBm 1 MHz -112 dBm/Hz 100 Ω NOTE 1: The limits between breakpoints shall be obtained by interpolation between adjacent breakpoints on a dB / log(f) basis below 2 500 kHz and on a dB/f basis above 2 500 kHz.5 dB P13 + 46.

999 –48.5 2208 –65 2208 –67.9 600 –41.2 –92.11 –62 227.2 –92.999 –48.5 275.8 850 –70.1 249 –55.3 2208 –78.5 1104 –77.8 400 –54.3 1350 –87.9 1104 –60.11 –62 227.8 1648 –46.5 101.8 2500 –48.5 1104 –48.5 101.4 600 –42.3 1369 –91.5 275.4 850 –56 850 –57.1 2248 –48.7 247 –56.7 400 –55.5 850 –73.4 400 –45.7 1104 –43.5 1104 –38.2 –92.5 600 –52.8 1350 –56.3 2239 –48.5 f2 P2 227.5 1911 –91.5 101.2 1104 –86.11 –62 227.2 600 –47.2 1104 –65.11 –62 227.6 265 –51.4 276 –52.5 850 –42.5 1807 –91.7 276 –40.5 1380 –91.11 –62 227.9 1104 –51.2 –92.3 276 –55 276 –55.6 1622 –56.4 600 –69.2 1622 –54.1 400 –40.5 1594 –91.7 1104 –62.9 1350 –54.8 400 –64.999 –48.3 251 –55.1 2248 –48.2 1104 –57.1 850 –71.5 600 –68.8 N/A N/A 2500 –48.9 2129 –85.8 600 –45 600 –46.5 275.1 2208 –62.5 850 –64.999 –48.1 2248 –48.5 2033 –91.999 –48.5 275.11 –62 227.2 –92.7 276 –59.2 –92.2 –92.7 400 –56.5 1622 –46.2 –92.2 –92.2 –92.5 1334 –91.4 1622 –78.5 2208 –80 2208 –80 2206 –80 2086 –80 1982 –80 1908 –47.4 400 –42.6 1104 –75.3 400 –59.2 2067 –89.999 –48.7 850 –75.2 –92.7 1350 –72.6 1104 –72.2 –92.2 1104 –44.3 234 –59.6 f4 P4 276 –36.8 1622 –84.3 276 –38.2 f8 P8 N/A N/A 2208 –50.2 –92.8 2500 –48.11 –62 227.5 1406 –91.5 101.5 101.5 101.5 275.6 1622 –80.1 1912 –91.11 –62 227.1 2242 –48.6 1104 –53.5 850 –38 600 –38.11 –62 227.6 1622 –71.7 1622 –90.2 –92.6 600 –57.2 238 –58.6 400 –57.8 850 –40.2 –92.9 1622 –61 1622 –63 1622 –65.1 1104 –70.5 f10 P10 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2217 –48 2208 –57.1 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2208 –48 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2208 –48 2208 –48 ETSI . (with k = 1 to 14).1 2229 –48.11 –62 227.5 101.7 400 –51.8 850 –76.11 –62 227.2 –92.11 –62 227.3 850 –43.2 –92.11 –62 227.5 101.6 276 –58.4 600 –63.5 275.8 1622 –86.2 600 –71 600 –71.8 1350 –86.4 600 –48.6 f5 P5 1104 –36.2 2232 –48.7 1622 –52.999 –48.2 –92.5 1104 –69.1 1622 –67.6 1350 –64.5 600 –67.6 240 –58.9 276 –39.11 –62 227.1 2097 –87.5 400 –58.11 –62 227.5 2033 –91.3 400 –63.6 850 –59.1 276 –42.1 600 –55.5 101.7 f9 P9 N/A N/A 2211 –48 2214 –48 2208 –55.6 850 –74.5 1782 –91.6 1350 –74.8 268 –50.1 1350 –79.5 101.8 2022 –47.5 101.5 600 –65.5 101.7 1350 –66.3 1622 –69.5 400 –48.5 2208 –69.8 850 –77.8 850 –45.11 –62 227.6 400 –62.5 101.7 276 –56.2 850 –46.1 f13 P13 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2500 –48.2 1104 –39.2 –92.11 –62 227.5 2208 –75.9 850 –66.5 275.11 –62 227.5 101.9 2208 –72.2 1104 –80.1 1104 –58.5 1447 –91.11 –62 227.5 274 –49 271 –49.5 101.5 275.3 1808 –47 1720 –46.8 236 –59.9 850 –80.5 101.5 101.3 276 –59.5 1491 –91.7 1622 –88.5 1322 –91.9 600 –40.6 1595 –46.5 1593 –91.7 850 –48.6 276 –45.7 400 –50. IL 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f1 P1 101.2 2039 –91.1 2198 –80.3 600 –70.1 259 –52.2 –92.5 101.5 101.999 –48.1 850 –52.5 101.6 850 –51.2 –92.5 101.11 –62 227.3 1104 –55.6 276 –54.8 N/A N/A 2248 –48.3 276 –48.5 1350 –83.6 1622 –50.5 101.5 101.2 850 –67.11 –62 227.5 101.5 275.999 –48.9 256 –53.9 1104 –84 1104 –85.1 2246 –48.8 1104 –79.5 f11 P11 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2220 –48 2208 –60.1 2208 –80 2208 –80 2208 –80 2248 –48.4 262 –52.4 600 –56.8 1350 –89.8 850 –54.1 2248 –48.11 –62 227.1 2248 –48.7 1104 –82.8 1350 –70.6 850 –62 850 –63.3 276 –42.4 400 –44.3 850 –72.8 400 –61.8 1350 –81.1 1104 –76.5 850 –68.8 600 –54.2 –92.2 1622 –76.4 400 –47.2 –92.5 1301 –91.3 244 –57 242 –57.5 1350 –62.999 –48.8 2500 –48.5 101.999 –48.8 1350 –68.3 600 –62.11 –62 227.5 1673 –91.3 2208 –52.2 (2009-05) Table 103: Definition of parameter fk and Pk.2 276 –58.5 101.2 1104 –49.4 400 –41.11 –62 227.8 600 –59 600 –60.5 275.9 1104 –46.6 400 –49.5 101.1 276 –52.7 253.999 –54.999 –48.999 –48.5 276 –41.2 600 –61.4 276 –47.5 1693 –91.8 1622 –58.1 2248 –48.5 276 –46.5 1540 –91.7 1350 –58.5 101.2 –92.5 1104 –64.11 –62 227.2 1350 –84.1 850 –60.1 600 –51.2 –92.5 1350 –60.11 –62 f3 P3 275.5 101.2 –92.11 –62 227.5 101.5 400 –65.9 276 –43.2 –92.5 600 –66.6 600 –43.6 2162 –82.11 –62 227.3 1350 –78.5 101.5 275.5.999 –48.2 –92.9 232 –60.6 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 1622 –46.9 1104 –67.5 2033 –91.5 1350 –76.9 276 –53.9 850 –78.1 276 –38.2 1104 –73.5 1240 –91.4 1104 –81.1 2248 –48.5 1505 –91.7 1622 –82.8 1350 –51.7 276 –44.11 –62 227.2 –92.5 1433 –91.6 276 –51.11 –62 227.9 600 –73 f7 P7 2208 –48 1622 –48.5 2033 –91.2 400 –66 f6 P6 1622 –46.3 2235 –48.6 1104 –41.5 2031 –91.1 2248 –48.5 1868 –80 1768 –80 1680 –80 1608 –80 1555 –80 1497 –80 f12 P12 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2223 –48.1 276 –49 276 –49.5 1270 –91.5 275.4 400 –46.1 2126 –47.2 –92.1 400 –63.5 f14 P14 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2248 –48.1 2208 –80 2208 –80 2208 –80 2208 –80 2208 –80 2208 –80 2033 –91.11 –62 227.2 –92.5 276 –37.8 276 –50.2 400 –60 400 –60.2 –92.5 275.1 2226 –48. of the downstream NBSP limits in table 102.125 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 101.8 400 –52.1 1538 –45.3 276 –57 276 –57.7 600 –50.8 400 –53.9 1622 –74.11 –62 227.2 –92.1 850 –49.999 –48.2 2246 –48.4 400 –43.9 276 –60.1 1350 –52.11 –62 227.5 275.5 600 –64.5 1205 –91.

5 749 –91.9 600 –75.1 185 –69.8 207 –65.2 –92.11 –62 223 –62. as specified in tables 102 and 103 for IL=0 dB When VDSL2 is deployed from the cabinet.4 600 –80.5 877 –80 877 –80 1104 –88. ETSI .2 –92. In the special case that VDSL2 is deployed from the local exchange.1 400 –73 400 –73.5 800 –91.2 –92.5 1622 –46.5.4 188 –69.5 803 –91.5 1077 –91.9 276 –67.4 276 –64.7 219 –63.2 –92.2 –92. downstream) 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 2.5 2208 –48 1622 –46. NOTE 2: The breakpoints for IL > 45 dB may be too restrictive for VDSL2.5 1122 –91.5 101. refinements are for further study.5 1217 –91.2 600 –78.4 1079 –36.5 1392 –80 1344 –80 1341 –41.6 1104 –91.2 –92. according to the specifications in tables 102 and 103.2 (2009-05) 1268 –91.5 1104 –36.1 1061 –91.5 101.5 962 –91.5 101.7 400 –75.4 703 –91.1 276 –64.5 857 –91.5 101.8 276 –65.5 1104 –36.5 101.5 1622 –46.5 276 –61.8 600 –86.2 850 –90.5 101.5 1622 –46.5 1036 –91.5 230 –61.1 276 –69.5 203 –66.2 1622 –46.000 14.5 996 –91.7 970 –36.5 1622 –46.000 10.3 1622 –46.7 600 –84.5 600 –74 850 –82. IL=20 dB and IL=40 dB).5 2208 –48 2208 –48 1485 –44.5 400 –70.2 –92.7 850 –84 850 –85.4 276 –69.000 12.5 101.8 400 –74.5 101.5 101.5 1104 –36.5 1297 –80 1252 –80 1211 –80 1171 –80 1134 –80 1143 –37.5 101.5 –48 2208 N/A –48 N/A 2208 N/A –48 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A NOTE 1: The label "N/A" denotes that a breakpoint is not used.8 276 –91.3 276 –62 276 –62.4 400 –71.2 –92.6 400 –76.5 101.2 –92.5 1009 –91.5 1169 –91.126 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 > 45 f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P 101.6 1387 –42. Spectral Power of "VDSL2-NL2" signals (over ISDN.4 400 –77.6 276 –68.5 1104 –36.5 1104 –36.5 735 –91.9 600 –91.5 1104 –89. Figure 64 illustrates the limits of the spectral powers (measured in 10 kHz and in 100 kHz) as function of the frequency.6 600 –83.2 600 –77.2 –92.5 1021 –36.5 227.5 768 –91.5 919 –91.5 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 N/A N/A 2208 –48 2208 –48 2208 –48 N/A N/A N/A N/A 1622 2208 –46.2 400 –72.5 101.5 600 –82.2 –92.8 600 –85.3 600 –79.3 400 –67.7 276 –63.000 4.5 1622 –46.5 1111 –91.2 276 –66.4 215 –64.4 843 –91.1 600 –76.5 1443 –80 1434 –43.5 101.2 –92.5 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 922 –36.5 703 –91.6 1296 –41 1256 –39.6 192 –68.5 276 –66.5 400 –66. shaping of the above spectral powers can be significant between 276 kHz and 2 500 kHz. Figure 65 illustrates the limits of these spectral powers (measured in 10 kHz and in 100 kHz) for various IL-values (for IL =10 dB.5 1622 –46.2 199 –67 196 –67.4 1622 –46.2 1141 –91.5 600 –81. the IL-value is zero.000 8.5 880 –91.8 185 –91.3 850 –86.5 921 –91.000 frequency [kHz] "X" "Y" "Z" Figure 64: Spectral Power for "VDSL2-NL2" downstream signals (over ISDN).5 1622 –46.11 –62 227.6 400 –69.5 1622 –46.5 1622 –46.2 –92.5 959 –91.6 850 –87.5 1096 –80 1032 –80 975 –80 924 –80 922 –36.1 211 –64.4 850 –81.3 400 –91.9 1217 –39 1180 –38.8 400 –68.000 6.5 1172 –91.2 –92.9 850 –89.

993.500 frequency [kHz] Figure 65: Spectral Power for "VDSL2-NL2" downstream signals (over ISDN).2 (2009-05) Spectral Power of "VDSL2-NL2" signals (over ISDN.000 1.5.000 2.2. dedicated to the upstream transmit signal observed at the NT-port of the sub loop wiring. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G. the upstream signal shall comply simultaneously with transmit limits.500 2. clause B2. as specified in tables 102 and 103 in the frequency region where downstream PSD Shaping has been applied 12. The transmit limits for "VDSL2-NL2" signals are specified in table 104 and illustrated in figure 66.14]. dedicated to the upstream receive signal observed at the LT-port of the local loop wiring.5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. downstream) 0 -20 -40 [dBm / Hz] -60 -80 No DPBO (IL =0 dB) IL =10 dB IL =40 dB IL =20 dB -100 -120 -140 0 500 1. and receive limits. with the only difference that the transmit limits are different. ETSI .127 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.4 reconstructed from PSD requirements.2 [i. The upstream limits for "VDSL2-NL2" signals are equal to the limits specified before for "VDSL2-NL1" signals.

8 dBm/Hz -34.7 dBm -6.5 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -93.999 kHz 7 050 kHz 8 325 kHz 8 499.5 dBm -40 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -43.5 dBm/Hz -92.5 dBm -5.5 dBm -58 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -40 dBm -11.999 kHz 3 000 kHz 3 575 kHz 3 749.3 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -83.5 dBm/Hz -34.2 dBm/Hz -83.999 kHz 3 750 kHz 5 199.5 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -83.999 kHz 8 500 kHz 10 000 kHz 11 999.5 dBm/Hz -90 dBm/Hz -81.5 dBm/Hz "X" "Y" ETSI .2 (2009-05) Table 104: Break points of the NBSP limits of the upstream transmit signal Centre frequency f 0.2 dBm -12.5 dBm/Hz -54.8 kHz 686 kHz 783 kHz 2 825 kHz 3 000 kHz 3 000 kHz 3 575 kHz 3 750 kHz 3 750 kHz 5 200 kHz 5 200 kHz 5 375 kHz 6 875 kHz 7 050 kHz 7 050 kHz 8 325 kHz 8 500 kHz 8 500 kHz 10 000 kHz 12 000 kHz 12 000 kHz 12 175 kHz 14 350 kHz 14 351 kHz 14 526 kHz 30 000 kHz 50 kHz 80 kHz 120 kHz 276 kHz 508.999 kHz 5 200 kHz 5 375 kHz 6 875 kHz 7 049.5 dBm/Hz -98 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -51.3 dBm -9 dBm -10 dBm -33.2 dBm -33.5 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 Hz 100 Hz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz Spectral Power P/B -97.2 dBm/Hz -52.8 dBm/Hz -55.7 dBm -40 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -40 dBm -14.5 dBm -50 dBm -41.128 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 dBm 5.8 kHz 686 kHz 783 kHz 2 825 kHz 2 999.5 dBm -8.5 dBm/Hz -56.5 dBm/Hz -85.8 dBm 5.5 dBm -35.5 dBm -77.8 dBm -15.7 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -100 dBm/Hz -80 dBm/Hz -54.5 dBm -52.7 dBm/Hz -56.3 dBm +12 dBm +12 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -50 dBm -33.5 dBm/Hz -97.999 kHz 12 000 kHz Impedance R 600 Ω 600 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -77.1 kHz 4 kHz 4 kHz 50 kHz 80 kHz 120 kHz 276 kHz 508.5 dBm/Hz -58.5.5 dBm -16.3 dBm/Hz -59 dBm/Hz -60 dBm/Hz -83.5 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -33.

000 frequency [kHz] Figure 66: Spectral Power. The downstream signal is enhanced by loop dependent PSD shaping.6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.129 Centre frequency f 12 175 kHz 14 350 kHz 14 351 kHz 14 5266 kHz 30 000 kHz Impedance R 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω 100 Ω Signal Level P -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm -60 dBm Power bandwidth B 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.below 3 575 kHz: on a dB / log10(f) basis.000 6.2 [i. as specified in table 104 12.000 8. defined as Downstream Power Backoff Exchange Side Electrical Loss (DPBOESEL) of that loop measured at 300 kHz into a resistive load of 100 Ω. also referred to as kl0) between the cabinet and the customer measured in dB at 1MHz into a resistive load of 100 Ω.05 MHz. and .000 12. The unbalance limits for "VDSL2-NL2" signals are equal to the limits specified before for "VDSL2-NL1" signals.993. This signal description is derived from the ITU VDSL2 recommendation G. generated by VDSL2 transmission equipment using band plan 997 (limit PSD mask B7-1).000 10. 0 -20 [dBm / Hz] -40 -60 -80 -100 -120 -140 0 Spectral Power of "VDSL2-NL2" signals (over ISDN. upstream) "X" "Y" "Z" 2.2 (2009-05) Spectral Power P/B -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz -110 dBm/Hz "Z" 12 675 kHz -52 dBm 1 MHz -112 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 14 350 kHz -52 dBm 1 MHz -112 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 14 351 kHz -52 dBm 1 MHz -112 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 14 526 kHz -52 dBm 1 MHz -112 dBm/Hz 100 Ω 30 000 kHz -52 dBm 1 MHz -112 dBm/Hz 100 Ω NOTE: The PSD values between breakpoints shall be obtained by interpolation between adjacent breakpoints as follows: .000 14.above 3 575 kHz: on a dB / f basis. the balance of the signal that may flow through the LT-port or NT-port shall exceed minimum requirements. These signals may share the same wire pair with POTS signals.5. 12.14]. for "VDSL2-NL2" upstream signals (over ISDN). • The downstream signal limits are dependent on the attenuation distance between the local exchange and cabinet ("primary cable"). • ETSI . also known as downstream Power Back-off (DPBO). under the condition that the local loop wiring and its termination is well balanced.2.3 "VDSL2-UK1" signals This category covers signals up to 7.000 4. The upstream signal limits are dependent on the electrical length of the cable (UPBO.

2 [i.993. shall not exceed the limits given in tables 105 and 106.3.5 dBm.993.130 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. Profile 8c. 12.101 MHz.2. measured within the frequency bands from 25 kHz to 138 kHz and 2.2 [i. ETSI . the mean upstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed a level of +14. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz.14]. table 6-1/G.2 Total signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. 12.3.5 dBm.2.14].5. chapter 6.1 Total signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved and indicates the relevant specification(s): To be compliant with this signal category. 12.993. chapter 6.999 MHz to 5. 12.3 NOTE: Peak amplitude (upstream and downstream) Peak amplitude is constrained by safety and DC power dissipation considerations. the mean downstream signal power into a resistive load of 100 Ω shall not exceed +11.2 (2009-05) A signal can be classified as a "VDSL2-UK1" signal if it is compliant with all clauses below. table 6-1/G. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.993. Profile 8c.3. the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R for a given DBBOESEL-value. No limit is specified. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.3.4 Narrow-band signal power (downstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category.

138 100 -9.925 100 -40 1 MHz -100 5.01 MHz.5 100 Hz -97.1 100 -16.924 100 -50 1 MHz -110 4.001 100 -50 1 MHz -110 4.5 10 kHz -56.5 2.175 100 -40 1 MHz -100 4 100 -40 1 MHz -100 4.5 0.225 100 -40 1 MHz -100 7.999 100 -16.5 10 kHz -49.051 100 -40 10 kHz -80 7.5 10 kHz -49. ETSI .5 100 Hz -92.5 10 kHz -72.099 100 -40 10 kHz -80 5.08 100 -32.5 10 kHz -56. 600 -77.2 (2009-05) Table 105: Break points of the NBSP limits.5 10 kHz -56.5 0.249 100 -9.423 100 -16.5 0.5 0. of the downstream transmit signal (cabinet PSD mask) Centre Impedance Signal Level Power Spectral Power Frequency R P Bandwidth P/B (Ω) (dBm) B (dBm/Hz) f (MHz) 0.131 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.5 7.5 10 kHz -56.004 100 -72.226 100 -50 1 MHz -110 30 100 -50 1 MHz -110 NOTE: The limits between breakpoints shall be obtained by interpolation between adjacent breakpoints on a dB/log(f) basis below 3.5 7.166 100 -9.5 f1 P1 + 40 dB P1 100 10 kHz f2 P2+ 40 dB P2 100 10 kHz f3 P3+ 40 dB P3 100 10 kHz f4 P4+ 40 dB P4 100 10 kHz f5 P5+ 40 dB P5 100 10 kHz f6 P6+ 40 dB P6 100 10 kHz f7 P7+ 40 dB P7 100 10 kHz f8 P8+ 40 dB P8 100 10 kHz f9 P9+ 40 dB P9 100 10 kHz f10 P10+ 40 dB P10 100 10 kHz f11 P11+ 40 dB P11 100 10 kHz f12 P12+ 40 dB P12 100 10 kHz 2.5 10 kHz -49.004 600 -77.5 0.5 2.208 100 -9.01 MHz and on a dB/f basis above 3.5 2.05 100 -16.5.5 100 Hz -97.5 10 kHz -49.5 3 100 -40 10 kHz -80 3.

179 -53.4 0.5 1.3 0.4 0.781 -90 0.168 -49.5 0.0 0.3 -69 0.6 0.168 -49.4 0.0 0.7 -59.9 0.5 0.1 2.25 -62.622 -85.199 -50.7 -87.04 -49.6 1.546 -49.211 -61.179 -53.5 N/A N/A 1.4 0.7 -67.5 0.207 -63.5 0.849 -80 0.301 -79 0.6 0.207 -79.4 0.1 2.468 -52.5 0.5 -82.869 -91.7 0.8 0.13 -80 1.168 2.193 -58.536 -91.4 0.8 0.4 0.7 -70.622 -63.2 0.0 N/A N/A 2.1 0.5 0.179 -53.0 0.5 1.4 0.9 -84.193 -58.168 -49.301 -76.369 -80 1.4 -66.2 0.301 -78.199 -60.203 -49.0 0.2 1.301 -79 0.772 -49.5 -77.7 1.551 -80 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1.622 -50.9 1.0 0.468 -76.5 0.5 1.639 -49.0 0.179 -53.5 0.207 -68.468 -91.4 0.193 -58.1 1.5 0.243 -64.649 -90 0.4 0.5 0.3 1.7 -53.8 0.191 -49.8 1.4 -90 1.349 -90 1.0 0.5 0.5 0.4 0.11 -88. for DPBOESEL 0 dB to 52 dB DPBOESEL f1 P1 f2 P2 -49.25 -69.8 0.4 -82.5 0.241 -49.7 -61.281 -90 0.2 0.5 -73.4 0.9 0.132 -49.199 -60.515 -90 0.25 -58.850 -49.4 1.242 -64.9 -75.9 1.199 -60.5 0.7 1.5 -70.202 -80 1.7 -73.9 -58.5 -86.5 1.5 -56.4 f3 P3 f4 P4 f5 P5 f6 P6 f7 P7 f8 P8 f9 P9 f10 P10 f11 P11 f12 P12 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P f P 0.5 0.2 1.581 -80 0.179 -53.4 0.5 1.301 -70.582 -49.5 0.301 -64.286 -68.179 -53.5 0.5 2.3 -69 N/A N/A N/A N/A 2.179 -53.879 -90 0.5 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2.281 -80 1.104 -82. ETSI .104 -78.3 0.3 -69 0.6 0.189 -57.1 1.199 -60.5 1.552 -49.7 -56.3 -52.5 1.6 1.184 -55.25 -54.5 -75.5 0.579 -49.039 -80 0.179 -53.9 0.199 -60.4 0.3 1.0 0.4 0.818 -90 0.468 -60.5 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A NOTE 1: The label "N/A" denotes that a breakpoint is not used.0 0.4 -54.9 -55.5 N/A N/A 0.638 -80 0.9 -52.5 -85.301 -72.3 -69 0.4 1.193 -58.5 0.2 1.179 -53.301 -68.199 -60.5 0.2 1.5 -65.0 1.5 1.7 -84.555 -90 0.3 -69 0.4 0.8 1.193 -58.9 1.4 N/A N/A 1.5 1.2 2.199 -60.7 -80 0.5 -60.7 -76.193 -58.3 -66.701 -49.4 0.582 -49.5 0. (with k = 1 to 12).5 N/A N/A N/A N/A 1.7 0.6 0.4 0.3 -69 0.404 -90.622 -81.207 -53.2 0.193 -58.7 0.6 0.7 -81.162 -83.193 -58. the values associated with 52 apply for this signal description.5 -51.707 -91.5 0.622 -55.179 -53.301 -79 0.622 -90 1.5 0.452 -87.5 1.1 0.9 -65.9 -62.168 -49.7 0.199 -60.115 -90 0.25 -51.4 -70.5 1.104 -64.7 1.162 -90 0.5 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2.5 -68.193 -58.3 -58.5 0.5 1.207 -80 N/A N/A N/A N/A 1.0 0.104 -54.3 -60.4 0.468 -80 1.25 -90 1.3 0.179 -53.3 -54.4 0.6 0.9 0.2 0.8 1.4 0.8 0.919 -90 0.25 -81.104 -68.469 -49.5 0.370 -49.622 -59.4 0.004 -80 1.939 -49.104 -71.7 -78.938 -80 0.622 -68.3 1.5 -90 0.994 -91.939 -49.758 -80 1.104 -85.3 -50.1 0.5 0.7 1. NOTE 2: If the parameter DPBOESEL is greater than 52 dB.168 -49.9 -90.6 1.5 0.301 -79 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2.0 1.5 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2.5 0.0 0.3 0. of the downstream NBSP limits in table 105.4 0.0 0.193 -90 1.179 -53.3 -69 0.199 -60.1 1.5 0.0 1.169 -49.5 0.0 0.193 -58.199 -60.993 -90 0.179 -53.0 0.9 1.9 -80.179 -53.104 -61.5 -87.168 -49.7 1.3 -56.179 -53.3 -69 0.072 -91.1 0.173 -51.282 -49.8 1.9 -81.011 -90 1.5 -53.3 -69 0.264 -66.207 -80 2.5 -90 0.38 -90 1.4 0.3 -62.0 0.199 -60.5.4 0.5 0.072 -91.5 -90 0.6 0.7 0.0 0.207 -73.4 0.168 -49.621 -90 0.104 -50.4 0.9 1.207 -80 2.5 1.372 -49.5 -80.622 -91.448 -91.771 -80 0.5 0.4 0.193 -58.3 0.5 0.1 0.1 1.4 0.2 1.3 -69 0.207 -58.4 -62.2 (2009-05) Table 106: Definition of parameter fk and Pk.199 -60.695 -90 0.7 1.5 -63.472 -88.207 -49.301 -74.5 0.7 -90 0.5 N/A N/A 2.179 -53.346 -49.3 1.6 1.5 -58.7 -50.179 -53.132 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.2 0.4 0.622 -76.4 0.579 -90 0.104 -57.7 2.301 -79 0.4 0.8 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2.7 -64.759 -49.5 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1.5 1.728 -90 0.005 -49.4 0.7 1.0 0.8 0.104 -75.4 -78.578 -80 1.4 0.7 -85.207 -80 2.5 1.622 -72.464 -88.199 -60.5 1.083 -90 1.196 -59.3 0.4 0.

the Narrow-Band Signal Power (NBSP) into a resistive load impedance R for a given UPBO-value. at any point in the frequency range 100 Hz to 30 MHz. Cabinet PSD Masks -30 DPBOESEL=10 -40 -50 -60 PSD[dBm/Hz] -70 -80 -90 -100 -110 -120 0 1 2 3 4 fre que ncy[M Hz] 5 6 DPBOESEL=20 DPBOESEL=40 7 8 Figure 67: Spectral power for "VDSL2-UK1" downstream signals. Examples are shown in figure 68. where multiple paths with different loss values exist between exchange and cabinet. a compromise DPBOESEL value is commonly selected to cause similar fractional harm to exchange based and cabinet based services. ETSI .133 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. for different values for UPBO. In practice.5 Narrow-band signal power (upstream only) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. Examples are shown in figure 67 for different values for DPBOESEL. for different values of DPBOESEL 12.3. shall not exceed the limits given in tables 107 and 108.5. The PSD of the upstream signal description changes with the upstream values for UPBO. ranging from 0 dB to 17 dB.2 (2009-05) The PSD of the downstream signal description changes with the downstream power back-off exchange side electrical loss (DPBOESEL). as specified in tables 105 and 106.

ETSI .993.5 -80 -80 -61.5 -67.8 -76.5 0.5 -63.5 N/A -90.5 -56.5 0.5 -56.4 -72.275 100 -60 10 kHz -100 5.825 MHz and on a dB/f basis above 2.3 -80.5 0.2 -66.776 100 -50 1 MHz -110 30 100 -50 1 MHz -110 NOTE: The limits between breakpoints shall be obtained by interpolation between adjacent breakpoints on a dB/log(f) basis below 2.6 -80 -75.026 100 5. for UPBO 0 dB to 17 dB UPBO 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 NOTE: P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 -85.5 -61 -80 -80 -58.2 -58.8 -80 -80 -56.1 -80 -80 -72.8 -80 -80 -63.5 100 Hz -97.2 0.5 -58.6 -70.825 MHz.999 100 + 40 dB P2 P 10 kHz 3 100 2 + 40 dB P3 P 10 kHz 4 100 3 + 40 dB P4 P 10 kHz 5.14].5 N/A -85.5 10 kHz -34.1 -80 -79 -82.1 100 4 P5 P5+ 40 dB 10 kHz 5.004 100 -72.5 -72. Table 108: Definition of parameter Pk.5 0.5 -74.5 -76.5 N/A -94.5 N/A -88.6 -78. Within these bounds any value of UPBO may be used.5 -65. (with k = 1 to 6). of the upstream transmit signal (customer PSD mask) Centre Impedance Signal Level Power Spectral Frequency Bandwidth Power R P B P/B f (MHz) (Ω) (dBm) (dBm/Hz) 0.5 N/A -92.243 100 -53.5 -80 The effective range of UPBO is limited to 0 dB to 17 dB.3 -80 -80 -66.9 -68.004 600 -77.825 100 -60 10 kHz -100 P1 P1+ 40 dB 10 kHz 2.3 -80 -73.134 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.7 -62.4 -80.2 [i.8 -80 -80 -70.825 MHz are according to ITU-T Recommendation G.5 100 Hz -92.5 N/A -86.4 -64. 600 -77.686 100 -60 10 kHz -100 2.7 N/A -84.2 N/A -88.5 N/A -83.9 -84.5.5 0.276 100 -70 10 kHz -110 5. Values of UPBO in excess of 17 dB do not result in an increased mask.6 -82.101 100 5.5 N/A -81.1 -74.9 N/A -90.5 10 kHz -34.6 -80 -80 -68.3 -80 -80 -60 -60.2 (2009-05) Table 107: Break points of the NBSP limits.5 -70 -80 -80 -65.9 -80 -77.5 -79.5 100 Hz -97. of the upstream NBSP limits in table 107.2 10 kHz -93.138 100 5. The values above and including 2.

the unbalance about earth shall not exceed the associated limits specified for "VDSL2-NL1" signals. The bandwidth B of the measuring instrument depends on the characteristics of the signal under test. specifying maximum values for the peak amplitude.however.135 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.3.2 (2009-05) -20 -30 -40 PSD[dBm/Hz] Customer PSD masks UPBO=0 UPBO=7 UPBO=17 -50 -60 -70 -80 -90 -100 -110 -120 0 1 2 3 frequency[M Hz] 4 5 6 Figure 68: Spectral power for "VDSL2-UK1" upstream signals. 120 s will generate a peak measurement on the order of 90 % of the 10-7 peak. and over a period of not less than 120 s.1 Measurement methods of signal parameters Peak amplitude The present document provides information on the peak amplitude: The peak amplitude is defined as the peak voltage amplitude measured in a continuous sending signal such that the probability of exceeding that amplitude is less than 10-7. It shall be measured into a resistive load R. DMT's combination of near-Gaussian distribution and low symbol rate would force a measurement period on the order of 42 minutes to generate 107 symbols .6 Unbalance about earth (upstream and downstream) The present document provides information on how compliance with this signal category can be achieved: To be compliant with this signal category. The measurement period of at least 120 s is required to generate a peak amplitude to better than 10-7 probability for all known DSL types except DMT ADSL. and should be sufficiently wide. Each clause in the present document. 13 13. ETSI .5. as specified in tables 107 and 108. specifies minimum values for this bandwidth B as well. for different values of UPBO 12.

3. CSS or RSS).1 Definition of earth Measurements of both LOV and LCL must be considered as 3 terminal measurements.16]. and specified for many transmission systems defined by ETSI TM6 (e. NOTE: During regenerator test (where required) each wire on the side which is not under test has to be connected to ground by a terminating impedance having the value of RT/2 in series with a capacitance of at least 330 nF.117 [i.2 (2009-05) 13.6] and [i. • In the case of a signal source that is connected to a local earth point. The earth point of the measurement equipment should be taken from a point close to the measurement port of the equipment.15] and [i. The power bandwidth is different from the commonly used -3 dB bandwidth. The connection to the metal plane should be of low impedance.3.117 [i. This is the common mode portion of the generated signal.2 Narrow-band signal power (voltage) The narrow band signal power is defined as the average power P of a sending signal into a resistive load R. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation O. connected to a local loop wiring. The definition of the LOV can be found in the ITU-T Recommendation G. then that source must be placed centrally on an earthed copper or similar high conductivity metal plate of dimension greater than twice the area of the minimum rectangle bounding the perimeter of the signal source. The power bandwidth of a frequency selective filter is defined as shown below.16].3 Unbalance about earth The present document provides information on dealing with unbalance about earth and indicates relevant specification(s): Poor balance of a signal source.136 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1.LOV The balance of transmitters is normally expressed in the "Longitudinal Output Voltage" (LOV). within a power bandwidth B centred at a specified frequency. see [i. For direct use of this test configuration. ETSI . • 13. These terminals are the conductors of a port to the Local Loop Wiring or to a signal source (ESS. the IUT should be able to generate a signal in the absence of a signal from the far end. The longitudinal output voltage is the longitudinal component of the output signal that occurs on the line interface (ports of the local loop wiring). Two terminals are those of the differential mode and the third terminal is that of the earth used of the common mode.5. Further examples can be derived from [i.16]. then the measurement equipment should be connected to the same earth point.15].g. The connection to the earth point of the signal source should be of low impedance. this will result in unwanted radiated emissions (egress) which will be visible in the environment of the wire pair and which also will be received by adjacent wire pairs (crosstalk). Reference: ITU-T Recommendation G.9 [i. since it fully accounts for the shape of the transfer function H(f) of frequency selective filters while measuring narrow band power (or rms-voltage).7]). leads to conditions in the network where systems using the same cable could be harmed. Figure 69 gives an example measurement method for longitudinal output voltage. 13. If the combination of system and wire pair shows a poor balance about earth. B power = 1 | H max | 2 ∫| H( f ) | 2 × df 13.2 Transmitter Balance . The ground reference for these measurements shall be the building ground. The earth point of the measurement equipment should be taken from a point close to the measurement port of the equipment. In the case of a signal source that has no reference to earth.

15].1 %.6] and [i. Measurement should be performed with the IUT powered up but inactive (no transmit signal). NOTE 2: The value of the components CB is to be considered carefully for the frequency range and design impedance the measuring adapter is used for. Figure 69: Measurement method for longitudinal output voltage (LOV) 13. Reference: ITU-T Recommendation O.2 (2009-05) IUT CB I dc (2) (1) R2 100 ohm 150 nF CB Udc (3) spectrum analyzer NOTE 1: The remarks below apply to figure 69: (1) These resistors have to be matched: R1 = R2 = RT/2 and R1/R2 = 1 ± 0. (2) For LTU test only if remote power feeding is supplied.7]). Figure 70 defines an example of the measurement method for the Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL).9 [i. LCL is specified for all transmission systems defined by ETSI TM6 (e.5. Additionally.15]. The definition of the LCL can be found in [i. ETSI .3 Receiver balance .137 (1) R1 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. The Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) is given by: LCL = 20 log (el/em) (dB)where el is the applied longitudinal voltage referenced to the building ground and em is the resultant metallic voltage appearing across a termination with the impedance as given in the relevant clause (see figure 70). see [i.g. At low frequencies other measurement methods could be more appropriate.LCL The balance of receivers is normally expressed in the "Longitudinal Conversion Loss" (LCL).3. (3) For NTU test only if remote power feeding is required DC blocking capacitors = CB.

5. NOTE 2: The value of the components CB is to be considered carefully for the frequency range and design impedance the measuring adapter is used for. Figure 70: Measurement method for longitudinal conversion loss ETSI . (2) For NT test only if remote powering is required.2 (2009-05) IUT (1) + CB em CB R2 (3) – LT-port el R1 Udc (2) (3) CB CB R2 el NT-port + em – IUT NOTE 1: The remarks below apply to figure 70: (1) For LT test only if remote powering is supplied.138 R1 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. The power supply shall have at least an impedance of 10 × (R1 + R2) for the test frequencies of the LCL. (3) DC blocking capacitors = CB. At low frequencies other measurement methods could be more appropriate.

5. ETSI .M. Part 2: Product family standard". R. ETSI-TM6. Permanent document TM6(97)02. Sweden.992.2 (2009-05) Annex A: Bibliography ACCESS CABLES ETSI/STC TM6(97)02: "Cable reference models for simulating metallic access networks". revision 3. EMC & UNBALANCE ETSI EN 300 386-2 (V1. June (970p02r3).F.2: "Splitterless asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) transceivers". van den Brink.1.139 ETSI TR 101 830-1 V1. ADSL ITU-T Recommendation G. Telecommunication network equipment. Luleå. ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirements.3): "Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM).

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