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TR-105
ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan
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Issue Date: February 2010
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Issue History
IssueNumber Issue Date Issue Editor Changes
1 February 2010 Aleksandra Kozarev, Lantiq Original
Comments or questions about this Broadband Forum Technical Report should be directed to
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Editor: Aleksandra Kozarev Lantiq
Testing&Interoperability
WG Chair
Les Brown Lantiq
Vice Chairs Lincoln Lavoie UNH-IOL
Massimo Sorbara Ikanos
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Table of Contents
1 PURPOSE AND SCOPE............................................................................................. 9
1.1 PURPOSE ................................................................................................................ 9
1.2 SCOPE .................................................................................................................... 9
2 REFERENCES AND TERMINOLOGY ................................................................. 10
2.1 CONVENTIONS...................................................................................................... 10
2.2 REFERENCES ........................................................................................................ 10
2.3 DEFINITIONS......................................................................................................... 11
2.4 ABBREVIATIONS................................................................................................... 12
2.5 G.997.1 PARAMETERS .......................................................................................... 15
3 TECHNICAL REPORT IMPACT........................................................................... 17
3.1 ENERGY EFFICIENCY ............................................................................................ 17
3.2 IPV6..................................................................................................................... 17
3.3 SECURITY............................................................................................................. 17
4 TEST STRUCTURE................................................................................................. 18
4.1 TEST CONFIGURATIONS ........................................................................................ 18
4.2 SYSTEM UNDER TEST (SUT) SETTINGS ................................................................. 19
4.2.1 Line Settings ................................................................................................ 20
4.2.2 Test Profiles................................................................................................. 22
4.2.3 Downstream Framing-Memory Classes ....................................................... 24
4.3 TEST PLAN PASSING CRITERIA.............................................................................. 25
4.4 TEST SETUP.......................................................................................................... 25
4.4.1 Loop Models ................................................................................................ 25
4.4.2 Noise Models ............................................................................................... 25
4.5 EQUIPMENT FEATURE TABLES .............................................................................. 25
4.6 EQUATION FOR ESTIMATING BER......................................................................... 26
5 PHYSICAL –LAYER TESTS................................................................................... 27
5.1 NET DATA RATE TEST.......................................................................................... 27
5.1.1 Fixed data rate operation in the interleaved mode........................................ 27
5.1.2 Fixed data rate operation in the fast mode ................................................... 27
5.1.3 Rate adaptive operation in the interleaved mode.......................................... 28
5.1.4 Rate adaptive operation in the fast mode...................................................... 29
5.2 INTERLEAVING DELAY TEST ................................................................................. 29
5.3 IMPULSE NOISE PROTECTION TEST........................................................................ 30
5.4 DUAL LATENCY TEST (OPTIONAL) .................................................................... 31
5.5 ON-LINE RECONFIGURATION TEST........................................................................ 31
5.5.1 Bitswapping Test.......................................................................................... 31
5.5.2 Seamless Rate Adaptation Test (OPTIONAL) ............................................... 33
5.5.3 Dynamic Rate Repartitioning Test (OPTIONAL).......................................... 36
5.6 LOOP DIAGNOSTICS MODE TEST........................................................................... 36
5.6.1 Linear Channel Characteristics Function (HLIN) Test ................................. 36
5.6.2 Logarithmic Channel Characteristics Function (HLOG) Test ...................... 37
5.6.3 Quiet Line Noise (QLN) Test ........................................................................ 38
5.6.4 Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) Test ................................................................. 39
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5.6.5 Loop Attenuation (LATN) Test ..................................................................... 40
5.6.6 Signal Attenuation (SATN) Test.................................................................... 41
5.6.7 Signal-to-Noise Ratio Margin (SNRM) Test ................................................. 42
5.6.8 Attainable Net Data Rate (ATTNDR) Test .................................................... 43
5.6.9 Actual Aggregate Transmit Power (ACTATP) Test....................................... 43
5.7 POWER MANAGEMENT MODE TRANSITION TEST................................................... 44
5.7.1 Low Power Entry Test .................................................................................. 45
5.7.2 Low Power Exit Test .................................................................................... 45
5.8 LOW POWER (L2) MODE........................................................................................ 47
5.9 PSDTESTS........................................................................................................... 48
5.9.1 PSD Mask Test............................................................................................. 48
5.9.2 Aggregate Transmit Power Test ................................................................... 49
5.9.3 In-Band Spectral Shaping Test ..................................................................... 50
5.9.4 Downstream Power Back-off Test ................................................................ 50
5.10 LONGITUDINAL BALANCE TEST ............................................................................ 52
5.11 VIRTUAL NOISE TEST ........................................................................................... 53
5.12 ATU-RINVENTORY INFORMATION TEST............................................................... 53
5.13 EOC COMMUNICATION TEST................................................................................ 54
6 CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS ...................................................................... 55
6.1 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER MAXSNRM.......................................................... 55
6.2 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER MINSNRM............................................................ 55
6.3 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER TARSNRM............................................................ 56
6.4 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER PSDMASK............................................................ 57
6.5 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER CARMASK........................................................... 58
6.6 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER MAXNOMPSD..................................................... 59
6.7 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER MAXNOMATP..................................................... 59
7 PERFORMANCE MONITORING COUNTERS.................................................... 61
7.1 PERFORMANCE MONITORING COUNTERS FOR CODE VIOLATIONS AND ERRORED
SECONDS ......................................................................................................................... 61
7.2 PERFORMANCE MONITORING COUNTERS FOR SES................................................. 63
7.3 PERFORMANCE MONITORING COUNTERS FOR FULL INITIALIZATION, LOSS-L AND
LOSS-LFE...................................................................................................................... 63
7.4 PERFORMANCE MONITORING COUNTERS FOR UNAVAILABLE SECONDS.................. 64
7.5 PERFORMANCE MONITORING COUNTERS FOR FAILED FULL INITIALIZATION........... 65
7.6 VERIFICATION OF THE PREVIOUS DATA RATE PARAMETER...................................... 65
8 DOWNSTREAM FRAMING-MEMORY CLASS (D-FMC) VERIFICATION
TEST.................................................................................................................................. 67
8.1 D-FMCTEST FOR G.992.5 ANNEX A.................................................................... 67
8.2 D-FMCTEST FOR G.992.5 ANNEX B.................................................................... 68
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List of Figures
Figure 4-1 General Test Configuration................................................................................ 18
Figure 4-2 Test Setup for Configurations Using Data Layer ................................................ 18
Figure 4-3 - Test Configuration for PSD Measurement Tests .............................................. 19
Figure 4-4- Alternative Test Configuration for PSD Measurement Tests ............................. 19
List of Tables
Table 4-1 List of Common Line Settings for ADSL2/2plus Functionality Tests................... 20
Table 4-2 Common Line Settings with DPBO for Band-profiles A2P_CAB27, A2P_CAB72,
B2P_CAB27, B2P_CAB72 ......................................................................................... 21
Table 4-3 General line settings ............................................................................................ 22
Table 4-4 Specific Test Profiles .......................................................................................... 22
Table 4-5 Specific Test Profiles with DPBO ....................................................................... 24
Table 4-6 Downstream Framing memory Classes................................................................ 24
Table 4-7 - ATU-C Feature Table ....................................................................................... 25
Table 4-8 - ATU-R Feature Table ....................................................................................... 26
Table 5-1 Fixed data rate operation in the interleaved mode ................................................ 27
Table 5-2 Fixed data rate operation in the fast mode............................................................ 27
Table 5-3 Rate adaptive operation in the interleaved mode.................................................. 28
Table 5-4 Rate adaptive operation in the fast mode ............................................................. 29
Table 5-5 Interleaving Delay Test ....................................................................................... 29
Table 5-6 Impulse Noise Protection Test ............................................................................. 30
Table 5-7 Dual Latency Test ............................................................................................... 31
Table 5-8 DS Bit Swapping Test ......................................................................................... 31
Table 5-9 US Bit Swapping Test ......................................................................................... 32
Table 5-10 DSLAM Functional SRA test configuration ...................................................... 33
Table 5-11 Functional SRA test - Downstream.................................................................... 33
Table 5-12 Functional SRA test - Upstream........................................................................ 35
Table 5-13 HLIN Test requested by ATU-C........................................................................ 36
Table 5-14 HLIN Test requested by ATU-R........................................................................ 37
Table 5-15 HLOG Test requested by ATU-C...................................................................... 37
Table 5-16 HLOG Test requested by ATU-R...................................................................... 38
Table 5-17 QLN Test requested by ATU-C......................................................................... 38
Table 5-18 QLN Test requested by ATU-R......................................................................... 39
Table 5-19 SNR Test requested by ATU-C ......................................................................... 39
Table 5-20 SNR Test requested by ATU-R ......................................................................... 40
Table 5-21 LATN Test requested by ATU-C....................................................................... 40
Table 5-22 LATN Test requested by ATU-R....................................................................... 40
Table 5-23 SATN Test requested by ATU-C....................................................................... 41
Table 5-24 SATN Test requested by ATU-R....................................................................... 41
Table 5-25 SNRM Test requested by ATU-C...................................................................... 42
Table 5-26 SNRM Test requested by ATU-R...................................................................... 42
Table 5-27 ATTNDR Test requested by ATU-C ................................................................. 43
Table 5-28 ATTNDR Test requested by ATU-R ................................................................. 43
Table 5-29 ACTATP Test requested by ATU-C.................................................................. 43
Table 5-30 ACTATP Test requested by ATU-R.................................................................. 44
Table 5-31 Low Power Entry Test....................................................................................... 45
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Table 5-32 ATU-C Initiated Low power exit test................................................................. 45
Table 5-33 ATU-R Initiated Low power exit test................................................................. 46
Table 5-34 L2 mode test parameter sets............................................................................... 47
Table 5-35 L2 mode test...................................................................................................... 47
Table 5-36 PSD Mask Test.................................................................................................. 48
Table 5-37 Aggregate Transmit Power Test ........................................................................ 49
Table 5-38 Downstream Power Back-Off test ..................................................................... 51
Table 5-39 Longitudinal Balance Test ................................................................................. 52
Table 5-40 ATU-R Inventory Information Test ................................................................... 53
Table 5-41 EOC Communication Test................................................................................. 54
Table 6-1 MAXSNRM control test...................................................................................... 55
Table 6-2 MINSNRM control test ....................................................................................... 56
Table 6-3 TARSNRM control test ....................................................................................... 56
Table 6-4 G.992.5 PSDMASKds control test....................................................................... 57
Table 6-5 G.992.5 PSDMASKus control test....................................................................... 57
Table 6-6 CARMASK control test ...................................................................................... 58
Table 6-7 MAXNOMPSD control test ................................................................................ 59
Table 6-8 MAXNOMATP control test ................................................................................ 59
Table 7-1 Code Violation and Errored Second Test - Fast Mode ......................................... 61
Table 7-2 Code Violation and Errored Second Test – Interleaved Mode.............................. 62
Table 7-3 Severely Errored Second Test.............................................................................. 63
Table 7-4 Correct reporting of the Full Initialization and LOSS-L, LOSS-LFE counters ..... 63
Table 7-5- Unavailable Seconds Test .................................................................................. 64
Table 7-6 Correct reporting of the Failed Full Initialization counter .................................... 65
Table 7-7 Previous data rate test.......................................................................................... 65
Table 8-1 Test profile A2P_RA_I8_30000k ........................................................................ 67
Table 8-2 Test profile A2P_RA_I4_30000k ........................................................................ 68
Table 8-3 Test profile B2P_RA_I8_30000k ........................................................................ 68
Table 8-4 Test profile B2P_RA_I4_30000k ........................................................................ 69
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Executive Summary
TR-105, as part of the Broadband Suite, provides a set of test methods to verify a significant
subset of the transceiver functional requirements of ADSL2/ADSL2plus modems
implemented in accordance with ITU-T G.992.3 “Asymmetric digital subscriber line
transceivers 2 (ADSL2)” and ITU-T G.992.5 “Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
transceivers – Extended bandwidth ADSL2 (ADSL2plus)” as well as physical layer OAM
configuration and performance monitoring parameters defined in ITU-T G.997.1. Its key
value is in the verification of transceiver functionalities and management parameters such
that network operators may deploy interoperable and successful ADSL2/ADSL2plus services
in their networks.
TR-105 accompanies TR-100 “ADSL2/ADSL2plus Performance Test Plan” and TR-138
“Accuracy Tests for Test Parameters”. TR-100 provides a set of region specific performance
requirements and test methods for ADSL2/ADSL2plus modems implemented in accordance
with ITU-T G.992.3 and G.992.5. TR-138 defines the tests for verification of the accuracy of
the reported test (Physical Layer OAM configuration and performance monitoring)
parameters defined in ITU T G.992.3, G.992.5 and G.997.1.
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1 Purpose and Scope
1.1 Purpose
This test plan describes a series of functionality tests that are used to verify that an ATU
(ATU-C or ATU-R) is functionally compliant to ITU-T Recommendation G.992.3/G.992.5
(Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line/Extended bandwidth transceiver). An ATU is
functionally compliant to this test plan if it implements correctly the required functions and
features of the ITU-T Recommendation G.992.3/G.992.5. In addition, if an ATU implements
a feature that is optional in the standard, the ATU is functionally compliant if it implements
the optional feature as specified in the Recommendation. This Technical Report also defines
tests for some of the ADSL2/2plus optional features such as dual latency and Seamless Rate
Adaptation (SRA).
This functionality test plan does not specify the rate/reach performance requirements for
ADSL2/2plus transceivers. Instead, the reader is referred to Technical Report TR-100
(ADSL2/2plus performance test plan).
1.2 Scope
This test plan facilitates ADSL2/2plus over POTS and ISDN functional testing. This test plan
embodies operators' definitions of ADSL2/ADSL2plus interoperability (between one ATU-C
and one ATU-R at a time).
This test plan defines tests for various physical layer functionalities. A pass/fail indication
result is provided for the each functionality tested.
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2 References and Terminology
2.1 Conventions
In this Technical Report, several words are used to signify the requirements of the
specification. These words are always capitalized. More information can be found be in RFC
2119 [1].
SHALL This word, or the term “REQUIRED”, means that the definition is an
absolute requirement of the specification.
SHALL NOT This phrase means that the definition is an absolute prohibition of the
specification.
SHOULD This word, or the adjective “RECOMMENDED”, means that there
may exist valid reasons in particular circumstances to ignore this item,
but the full implications need to be understood and carefully weighed
before choosing a different course.
SHOULD NOT This phrase, or the phrase "NOT RECOMMENDED" means that there
may exist valid reasons in particular circumstances when the particular
behavior is acceptable or even useful, but the full implications should
be understood and the case carefully weighed before implementing
any behavior described with this label.
MAY This word, or the adjective “OPTIONAL”, means that this item is one
of an allowed set of alternatives. An implementation that does not
include this option SHALL be prepared to inter-operate with another
implementation that does include the option.
2.2 References
The following references are of relevance to this Technical Report. At the time of
publication, the editions indicated were valid. All references are subject to revision; users of
this Technical Report are therefore encouraged to investigate the possibility of applying the
most recent edition of the references listed below.
A list of currently valid Broadband Forum Technical Reports is published at
www.broadband-forum.org.
[1] RFC 2119 Key words for use in RFCs
to Indicate Requirement
Levels
IETF 1997
[2] G.992.3 Asymmetric digital
subscriber line transceivers
2 (ADSL2)
ITU-T 2009
[3] G.992.5 Asymmetric Digital
Subscriber Line (ADSL)
transceivers – Extended
bandwidth ADSL2
ITU-T 2009
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(ADSL2plus)
[4] G.997.1 Physical Layer Management
for Digital Subscriber Line
(DSL) Transceivers.
ITU-T 2009
[5] RFC 2544 Benchmarking terminology
for network interconnection
devices (Test methodology).
IETF 1999
[6] O.9 Measuring arrangements to
assess the degree of
unbalance about earth
ITU-T 1999
[7] G.117 Transmission aspects of
unbalance about earth
ITU-T 1996
[8] TR-100 ADSL2/ADSL2plus
Performance Test Plan
Broadband
Forum
2007
[9] TR-202 ADSL2/ADSL2plus Low-
Power Mode Guidelines
Broadband
Forum
2009
[10] T1.417 issue 2 Spectrum Management for
Loop Transmission System
ANSI 2003
[11] TS 101 388 v1.3.1 ADSL – European Specific
Requirements
ETSI
May,
2002
[12] TS 105 388 v1.1.1 ADSL2plus – European
Specific Requirements
ETSI
April,
2008
[13] TS 101 271 v1.1.1 Very High Speed digital
subscriber line system
(VDSL2)
ETSI
January,
2009
[14] RFC 1242 Benchmarking Terminology
for Network Interconnection
Devices
IETF 1991
[15] G.996.1 Test procedures for digital
subscriber line (DSL)
transceivers
ITU-T 2001
2.3 Definitions
The following terminology is used throughout this Technical Report.
Net Data Rate
The sum of all frame bearer data rates over all latency paths in any one
direction
f
min
to f
max
Frequency range for the longitudinal conversion loss (LCL)
Showtime
The state of either ATU C or ATU R, reached after all initialization
and training is completed, in which frame bearer data are transmitted
L0 State
Full power management state achieved after the initialization
procedure has completed successfully (the ADSL link is fully
functional)
L2 State
Low power management state (the ADSL link is active but a low
power signal conveying background data is sent from the ATU-C to
the ATU-R)
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L3 State
Link state (Idle) at the start of the initialization procedure (there is no
signal transmitting, the ATU may be powered or unpowered)
NULL Loop
ATU-C/ATU-R wired “back to back” i.e. a zero length loop
Ethernet Frame
Size
Size of Ethernet frame including the CRC Checksum. See Section
3.5/RFC 1242 [14].
2.4 Abbreviations
This Technical Report uses the following abbreviations:
ADSL Asymmetric DSL
ANSI American National Standards Institute
ATIS Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions
ATM Asynchronous Transfer Mode
ATP Aggregate Transmit Power
ATTNDR Attainable Net Data Rate
ATU ADSL Transceiver Unit
ATU-C Central Office End
ATU-R Remote Terminal End
AWG American Wire Gauge
AWGN Additive White Gaussian Noise
BALUN BALanced to UNbalanced
BER Bit Error Ratio
BS Bit Swap
CARMASK Carrier Masking
CRC Cyclic Redundancy Check
CV Code Violation
D-FMC Downstream Framing-Memory Class
DPBO Downstream Power Back-Off
DRR Dynamic Rate Repartitioning
DS Downstream
DSL Digital Subscriber Line
EE Energy Efficiency
EOC Embedded Operation Channel
ES Errored Seconds
ETSI European Telecommunications Standards Institute
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EU European Union
FTTB Fiber to the Building
FTTCab Fiber to the Cabinet
FTTCurb Fiber to the Curb
HLIN H(f) Linear Channel Characteristics Function
HLINps H(f) linear representation
HLINSC H(f) linear representation Scale
HLOG H(f) Logarithmic Channel Characteristics Function
HLOGMT H(f) logarithmic Measurement Time
HLOGps H(f) logarithmic representation
ID Identification
IETF Internet Engineering Task Force
INP Impulse Noise Protection
ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network
ITU International Telecommunication Union
LATN Loop Attenuation
LCL Longitudinal Conversion Loss
LD Loop Diagnostic
LDSF Loop Diagnostic Mode Forced
LLC Link Layer Control
L0-TIME Minimum time between an Exit from the L2 state and the next Entry
into the L2 state
L2-TIME Minimum time between an Entry into the L2 state and the first Power
Trim in the L2 state and between two consecutive Power Trims in the
L2 State
L2-ATPR Maximum aggregate transmit power reduction that can be performed at
transition of L0 to L2 state
L2-ATPRT Total maximum aggregate transmit power reduction that can be
performed in an L2 state
MAC Media Access Control
MAXBER Maximum BER
MAXNOMATP Maximum Nominal Aggregate Transmit Power
MAXNOMPSD Maximum Nominal transmit Power Spectral Density
MAXSNRM Maximum Signal to Noise Ratio Margin
MIB Management Information Base
MINSNRM Minimum Signal to Noise Ratio Margin
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MSGMIN Message based overhead Minimum rate
NA North America
NOMPSD Nominal transmit Power Spectral Density
OAM Operations, Administration and Maintenance
OHC Overhead Channel
OLR Online Reconfiguration
PE Poly Ethylene (cable type)
PMMode Power Management State Enabling
PMSF Power Management State Forced
POTS Plain Old Telephone Service
PSD Power Spectral Density
PTM Packet Transfer Mode
QLN Quiet Line Noise
QLNMT Quiet Line Noise PSD Measurement Time
QLNps Quiet Line Noise representation
RBW Resolution Bandwidth
RFC Request for Comments
RFIBANDS Radio Frequency Interference Notches
EOC Embedded Operations Channel
SATN Signal Attenuation
SES Severely Errored Second
SNR SNR(f) Signal to Noise Ratio
SNRM Signal to Noise Ratio Margin
SNRMT SNR(f) Measurement Time
SNRps SNR(f) representation
SRA Seamless Rate Adaptation
SUT System Under Test
TARSNRM Target Signal to Noise Ratio Margin
TR Technical Report
UAS Un-Available Seconds
US Upstream
VDSL2 Very high speed digital subscriber line transceivers 2
VN Virtual Noise
XTSE xTU Transmission System Enabling
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2.5 G.997.1 Parameters
Parameter Section in G.997.1
Actual Data Rate 7.5.2.1
ACTATPds, ACTATPus 7.5.1.24, 7.5.1.25
ATTNDRds, ATTNDRus 7.5.1.19, 7.5.1.20
BITSpsds, BITSpsus 7.5.1.29.1, 7.5.1.29.2
CARMASKds, CARMASKus 7.3.1.2.6, 7.3.1.2.7
CV-C 7.2.2.1.1
CV-CFE 7.2.2.2.1
DPBO 7.3.1.2.13
ES-L 7.2.1.1.2
ES-LFE 7.2.1.2.2
FORCEINP 7.3.2.5
Full initialization count 7.2.1.3.1
Failed full initialization count 7.2.1.3.2
HLINSCds, HLINSCus 7.5.1.26.1, 7.5.1.26.7
HLINpsds, HLINpsus 7.5.1.26.3, 7.5.1.26.9
HLOGMTds, HLOGMTus 7.5.1.26.4, 7.5.1.26.10
HLOGpsds, HLOGpsus 7.5.1.26.6, 7.5.1.26.12
LATNds, LATNus 7.5.1.9, 7.5.1.10
LDSF 7.3.1.1.8
Line power management state 7.5.1.5
L0-TIME 7.3.1.1.5
L2-TIME 7.3.1.1.6
L2- ATPR 7.3.1.1.7
L2- ATPRT 7.3.1.1.8
LSYMB 7.5.2.6.3
MAXBER 7.3.2.6
MAXNOMATPds, MAXNOMATPus 7.3.1.2.3, 7.3.1.2.4
MAXNOMPSDds, MAXNOMPSDus 7.3.1.2.1, 7.3.1.2.2
MAXSNRMds, MAXSNRMus 7.3.1.3.3, 7.3.1.3.4
MINSNRMds, MINSNRMus 7.3.1.3.5, 7.3.1.3.6
MSGMINds, MSGMINus 7.3.1.5.2, 7.3.1.5.1
NFEC 7.5.2.6.1
PMSF 7.3.1.1.3
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PMMode 7.3.1.1.4
Previous Data Rate 7.5.2.2
PSDMASKds, PSDMASKus 7.3.1.2.9, 7.3.1.2.12
QLNMTds, QLNMTus 7.5.1.27.1, 7.5.1.27.4
QLNpsds, QLNpsus 7.5.1.27.3, 7.5.1.27.6
RA-DSNRMds, RA-DSNRMus 7.3.1.4.7, 7.3.1.4.8
RA-DTIMEds, RA-DTIMEus 7.3.1.4.9, 7.3.1.4.10
RA-MODEds, RA-MODEus 7.3.1.4.1, 7.3.1.4.2
RA-USNRMds, RA-USNRMus 7.3.1.4.3, 7.3.1.4.4
RA-UTIMEds, RA-UTIMEus 7.3.1.4.5, 7.3.1.4.6
RFEC 7.5.2.6.2
RFIBANDS 7.3.1.2.10
SATNds, SATNus 7.5.1.11, 7.5.1.12
SES-L 7.2.1.1.3
SES-LFE 7.2.1.2.3
SNRMds, SNRMus 7.5.1.13, 7.5.1.16
SNRMODEds, SNRMODEus 7.3.1.7.1, 7.3.1.7.2
SNRMTds, SNRMTus 7.5.1.28.1, 7.5.1.28.4
SNRpsds, SNRpsus 7.5.1.28.3, 7.5.1.28.6
TARSNRMds, TARSNRMus 7.3.1.3.1, 7.3.1.3.2
UAS-L 7.2.1.1.5
UAS-LFE 7.2.1.2.5
XTSE 7.3.1.1.1
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3 Technical Report Impact
3.1 Energy Efficiency
TR-105 contains a test to verify the functionality of the L2 low power mode. L2 mode is the
basic tool for enabling power reduction. Its usage may lead to a significant reduction of
power consumption in ADSL2/2plus systems. For details on guidelines for configuration of
the L2 mode refer to TR-202 “ADSL2/ADSL2plus Low-Power Mode Configuration
Guidelines” [9].
3.2 IPv6
TR-105 has no impact on IPv6.
3.3 Security
TR-105 has no impact on Security.
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4 Test Structure
This chapter contains all the specifications and information required for building the basic
testing environment (e.g. test configurations, setup of the simulated network environment,
main settings of the equipment under test) for ADSL2/2plus test cases defined in this test
plan. Different configurations and settings needed for specific test cases are defined in the
related section.
4.1 Test Configurations
For tests that do not require data layer Figure 4-1 SHALL be used. For tests that do require
data layer Figure 4-2 SHALL be used. When using the test setup with traffic analyzer
present, the traffic switch or simulator MAY be removed if traffic simulator/analyzer in use is
capable of terminating the traffic directly from the ATU-C. The high impedance crosstalk
injection circuit (HI-Z) SHALL be used for injecting the impairment (section 5.1.2.1/G.996.1
[15]) and it MAY be integrated in the noise sources as well.
Figure 4-1 General Test Configuration
Figure 4-2 Test Setup for Configurations Using Data Layer
Line Simulator
High Z
Noise
Source
High Z
Noise
Source
ATU-C
Traffic Switch
/Simulator
ATU-R
Traffic
Simulator/Analyzer
Line Simulator
High Z
Noise
Source
High Z
Noise
Source
ATU-C ATU-R
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Figure 4-3 - Test Configuration for PSD Measurement Tests
Figure 4-4- Alternative Test Configuration for PSD Measurement Tests
4.2 System Under Test (SUT) Settings
Configuration is based on a set of common line settings as defined in Table 4-1 and Table
4-2. General line settings define latency and INP settings as shown in Table 4-3. Specific test
profiles additionally define settings for net data rates, operation mode (XTSE) and rate
adaptation mode (RA-Mode). These setting are shown in Table 4-4 and Table 4-5. Deviations
from these test profiles and/or common line settings are indicated in the description of each
test or test section.
For configuration and reporting parameters the nomenclature as defined in G.997.1 [4] is
used. As this is a transceiver test plan the use of a MIB is not implied. Any parameter may be
translated into a local parameter.
ATU-C or
ATU-R
BALUN
100:50 ohm
Test Instrument
Spectrum Analyzer or
Wideband Power Meter
ATU-C or
ATU-R
100 ohm
Test Instrument
Spectrum Analyzer or
Wideband Power Meter
High-Z
Probe
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4.2.1 Line Settings
Table 4-1 List of Common Line Settings for ADSL2/2plus Functionality Tests
Parameter Setting Description
All parameters but those
specified below
Default value
Power management state forced
(PMSF)
0
Power management state
enabling (PMMode)
0
Loop diagnostic mode forced
(LDSF)
0
Automode cold start forced 0
DPBO off
Latency/Bearer one/one Single latency path and Single
Frame Bearer operation
MSGMINds 6 kbps
MSGMINus 6 kbps
TARSNRMds 6 dB
TARSNRMus 6 dB
MAXSNRMds 511 511 is a special value that indicates
that the maximum noise margin
value is effectively infinite
MAXSNRMus 511
MINSNRMds 0 dB
MINSNRMus 0 dB
MAXNOMPSDds -40 dBm/Hz default value
MAXNOMPSDus -38 dBm/Hz default value
NOMPSDds -40 dBm/Hz default value
NOMPSDus -38 dBm/Hz default value
MAXNOMATPds 19.9 dBm
19.3 dBm
Annex A default value
(A.1.3.2/G.992.3, G.992.5)
Annex B default value
(B.1.3.2/G.992.3, G.992.5)
MAXNOMATPus 12.5 dBm
13.3 dBm
Annex A default value
(A.2.2.2/G.992.3, G.992.5)
Annex B default value
(B.2.2.2/G.992.3, G.992.5)
CARMASKds default-no
masking used
CARMASKus default-no
masking used
PSDMASKds default - no
additional PSD
restrictions
G.992.5 MIB PSD mask
PSDMASKus default
- no additional
PSD restrictions
G.992.5 MIB PSD mask applicable
to Annex M
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Table 4-1 (continued)
Parameter Setting Description
Upstream PSD mask selection EU-56 Applicable to G.992.5 Annex M
RFIBANDS none G.992.5 MIB RFI notches for
PSDMASKds
MAXBER 1E-7
FORCEINP TRUE INP shall be computed as
INP_no_erasure according to
formula in Table 7-7/G.992.3.
SNRMODEds 1
SNRMODEus 1
Table 4-2 Common Line Settings with DPBO for Band-profiles A2P_CAB27,
A2P_CAB72, B2P_CAB27, B2P_CAB72
Parameter A2P_CAB27 A2P_CAB72 B2P_CAB27 B2P_CAB72 Description
All parameters
but those below
G.992.5 Annex A as per Table
7-1/TR-100 [8]
G.992.5 Annex B as per Table
7-1/TR-100 [8]
DPBOEPSD
ADSL2plus
Annex A
ADSL2plus
Annex A
ADSL2plus
Annex B
ADSL2plus
Annex B
PSD mask at
the exchange
DPBOESEL 27dB@1MHz 72dB@1MHz 27dB@1MHz 72dB@1MHz
E-side
electrical
length
DPBOESCMA 0.1924 0.1924 0.1924 0.1924
Model of loss
of E-side
cable
(NOTE)
DPBOESCMB 0.5960 0.5960 0.5960 0.5960
DPBOESCMC 0.2086 0.2086 0.2086 0.2086
DPBOMUS
-95 dBm/Hz -95 dBm/Hz -95 dBm/Hz -95 dBm/Hz
Minimum
usable
receive PSD
DPBOFMIN 138 kHz 138 kHz 254 kHz 254 kHz
Minimum
frequency
from which
on the DPBO
SHALL be
applied
DPBOFMAX 2208 kHz 2208 kHz 2208 kHz 2208 kHz
Maximum
frequency up
to which the
DPBO
SHALL be
applied
NOTE: the values of DPBOESCMA, B and C are referred to a PE 0.4mm loop model.
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4.2.2 Test Profiles
Table 4-3 General line settings
General line
settings
Parameter Setting Description
Minimum INP 0 symbols F-1/0
Maximum delay S1 Special value S1 as defined in
G.997.1 section 7.3.2.2 indicates
that S and D SHALL be selected
such that S ≤ 1 and D=1
Minimum INP 0 symbols I-2/0
Maximum delay 2 ms One way interleaving delay
S*D/4
Minimum INP 0.5 symbols I-16/0.5
Maximum delay 16 ms One way interleaving delay
S*D/4
Minimum INP 2 symbols I-16/2
Maximum delay 16 ms One way interleaving delay
S*D/4
Minimum INP 8 symbols I-8/8
Maximum delay 8 ms One way interleaving delay
S*D/4
Minimum INP 4 symbols I-16/4
Maximum delay 16 ms One way interleaving delay
S*D/4
Minimum INP 1 symbol I-8/1
Maximum delay 8 ms One way interleaving delay
S*D/4
Minimum INP 0.5 symbols I-8/0.5
Maximum delay 8 ms One way interleaving delay
S*D/4
Table 4-4 Specific Test Profiles
Specific
Test Profile
General
line
setting
DS
General
line
setting
US
XTSE RA-Mode
DS net data
rate(kbit/s)
(max- min)
US net data
rate(kbit/s)
(max-min)
A2_RA_F_16000k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.3 An.A AT_INIT 16000-32 2016-32
A2_RA_I1/2_16000k I-16/0.5 I-16/0.5 G.992.3 An.A AT_INIT 16000-32 2016-32
A2_Fix_F_7288k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.3 An.A MANUAL 7288-7288 800-800
A2_Fix_I_7288k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.3 An.A MANUAL 7288-7288 800-800
A2_Fix_F_5952k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.3 An.A MANUAL 5952-5952 640-640
A2_Fix_I_5952k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.3 An.A MANUAL 5952-5952 640-640
A2_Fix_F_2400k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.3 An.A MANUAL 2400-2400 352-352
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Table 4-4 (continued)
Specific
Test Profile
General
line
setting
DS
General
line
setting
US
XTSE RA-Mode
DS net data
rate(kbit/s)
(max- min)
US net data
rate(kbit/s)
(max-min)
A2_Fix_I_2400k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.3 An.A MANUAL 2400-2400 352-352
A2_Fix_I_1200k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.3 An.A MANUAL 1200-1200 224-224
B2_RA_F_16000k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.3 An.B AT_INIT 16000-32 2016-32
B2_RA_I_16000k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.3 An.B AT_INIT 16000-32 2016-32
B2_Fix_F_7288k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.3 An.B MANUAL 7288-7288 800-800
B2_Fix_I_7288k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.3 An.B MANUAL 7288-7288 800-800
B2_Fix_F_3456k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.3 An.B MANUAL 3456-3456 448-448
A2P_RA_F_30000k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.A AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
A2P_SRA_F_30000k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.A DYNAMIC 30000-32 2016-32
A2P RA_I_30000k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.5 An.A AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
A2P RA_I1/2_30000k I-16/0.5 I-16/0.5 G.992.5 An.A AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
A2P_Fix_F_10000k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.A MANUAL 10000-10000 832-832
A2P_Fix_I_10000k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.5 An.A MANUAL 10000-10000 832-832
A2P Fix_F_7288k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.A MANUAL 7288-7288 800-800
A2P Fix_I_7288k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.5 An.A MANUAL 7288-7288 800-800
A2P Fix_F_5952k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.A MANUAL 5952-5952 640-640
A2P Fix_I_5952k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.5 An.A MANUAL 5952-5952 640-640
A2P_Fix_F_2400k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.A MANUAL 2400-2400 352-352
A2P Fix_I_2400k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.5 An.A MANUAL 2400-2400 352-352
B2P_RA_F_30000k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.B AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
B2P_SRA_F_30000k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.B DYNAMIC 30000-32 2016-32
B2P RA_I_30000k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.5 An.B AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
B2P_Fix_F_10000k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.B MANUAL 10000-10000 832-832
B2P_Fix_I_10000k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.5 An.B MANUAL 10000-10000 832-832
B2P Fix_F_7288k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.B MANUAL 7288-7288 800-800
B2P Fix_I_7288k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.5 An.B MANUAL 7288-7288 800-800
B2P Fix_F_3456k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.B MANUAL 3456-3456 448-448
B2P Fix_I_3456k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.5 An.B MANUAL 3456-3456 448-448
A2P RA_I8_30000k I-8/8 I-8/2 G.992.5 An.A AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
B2P RA_I8_30000k I-8/8 I-8/2 G.992.5 An.B AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
A2P_Fix_F_600k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.A MANUAL 600-600 128-128
A2P_Fix_I_600k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.5 An.A MANUAL 600-600 128-128
A2_RA_I4_30000k I-16/4 I-16/2 G.992.3 An.A AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
A2P_RA_I4_30000k I-16/4 I-16/2 G.992.5 An.A AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
B2P_Fix_F_864k F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.B MANUAL 864-864 160-160
B2P_Fix_I_864k I-16/2 I-16/2 G.992.5 An.B MANUAL 864-864 160-160
B2_RA_I4_30000k I-16/4 I-16/2 G.992.3 An.B AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
B2P_RA_I4_30000k I-16/4 I-16/2 G.992.5 An.B AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
M2P RA_I1_30000k I-8/1 I-8/0.5 G.992.5 An.M AT_INIT 30000-32 4032-32
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Table 4-5 Specific Test Profiles with DPBO
Specific
Test Profile
Band-
profile
General
line
setting
DS
General
line
setting
US
XTSE RA-Mode
DS net data
rate(kbit/s)
(max- min)
US net data
rate(kbit/s)
(max-min)
A2P_CAB27_
RA_F_30000k
A2P_CAB27 F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.A AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
A2P_CAB72_
RA_F_30000k
A2P_CAB72 F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.A AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
B2P_CAB27_
RA_F_30000k
B2P_CAB27 F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.B AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
B2P_CAB72_
RA_F_30000k
B2P_CAB72 F-1/0 F-1/0 G.992.5 An.B AT_INIT 30000-32 2016-32
4.2.3 Downstream Framing-Memory Classes
Downstream framing memory classes are defined in Table 4-6.
Table 4-6 Downstream Framing memory Classes
Classes of supported
downstream framing
set/memory
Parameter/
condition (DS)
Value
D value 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64
1/S value 1/3 s S < 64
G.992.5 mandatory (ITU)
standard framing set 16k
memory (FC1):
1. G.992.5 Annex A
ClassB_16k
2. G.992.5 Annex B
ClassB_16k
DS delay octets
(N
FEC
–1)*(D–1)
16002
D value
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 96, 128, 160, 192,
224, 256, 288, 320
1/S value 1/11 s S < 64
G.992.5 mandatory (ETSI)
extended framing set 16k
memory (FC2):
1. G.992.5 Annex A
ClassAmand_16k
2. G.992.5 Annex B
ClassAmand_16k
DS delay octets
(N
FEC
–1)*(D–1)
16002
D value
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 96, 128, 160, 192,
224, 256, 288, 320, 352, 384
1/S value 1/11 s S < 64
G.992.5 mandatory (ETSI)
extended framing set 24k
memory (FC3):
1. G.992.5 Annex A
ClassAmand_24k
2. G.992.5 Annex B
ClassAmand_24k
DS delay octets
(N
FEC
–1)*(D–1)
24000
D value
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 96, 128, 160, 192,
224, 256, 288, 320, 352, 384, 416, 448,
480, 511
1/S value 1/16 s S < 64
G.992.5 optional (ITU)
extended framing set
16k memory (FC4):
1. G.992.5 Annex A
ClassAopt_16k
2. G.992.5 Annex B
ClassAopt_16k
DS delay octets
(N
FEC
–1)*(D–1)
16002
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Table 4-6 (continued)
Classes of supported
downstream framing
set/memory
Parameter/
condition (DS)
Value
D value
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 96, 128, 160, 192,
224, 256, 288, 320, 352, 384, 416, 448,
480, 511
1/S value 1/16 s S < 64
G.992.5 optional (ITU)
extended framing set
24k memory (FC5):
1. G.992.5 Annex A
ClassAopt_24k
2. G.992.5 Annex B
ClassAopt_24k
DS delay octets
(N
FEC
–1)*(D–1)
24000
4.3 Test Plan Passing Criteria
For an SUT to pass this Test Plan for one of the ADSL Annexes in this test plan, it is required
that the SUT passes the mandatory test cases applicable to that operation mode and supported
type of the TPS-TC layer.
4.4 Test Setup
4.4.1 Loop Models
The common loop model for the Annex A North American testing is straight 26 AWG loop
defined in ANSI T1.417 issue 2 [10].
The common loop models for the Annex A European testing are straight homogeneous loops
ETSI loop #1 (PE04) defined in ETSI TS 101 388 [11] and ETSI loop #1 (TP100) defined in
ETSI TS 101 271 [13].
The common loop model for the Annex B testing is straight homogeneous loops ETSI loop
#1 defined in ETSI TS 101 388 [11].
4.4.2 Noise Models
The noise model for the Annex A North American testing is defined in Annex A.1/TR-100
[8].
The noise model for the Annex A European testing is defined in Annex A.2/TR-100 [8] and
Annex A A.3/TR-100 [8].
The noise model for the Annex B testing is defined in Annex B/TR-100 [8].
4.5 Equipment Feature Tables
The listed tables SHALL be filled with the requested information before starting the tests in
order to have all the information about the system under test and to have a reproducible test
environment.
Table 4-7 - ATU-C Feature Table
Feature Specification
System Vendor ID
G.994.1 Vendor ID
Version Number
Serial Number
ADSL operation mode tested
ADSL optional features tested
TPS-TC encapsulation tested (ATM, PTM)
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Table 4-8 - ATU-R Feature Table
Feature Specification
System Vendor ID
G.994.1 Vendor ID
Version Number
Serial Number
ADSL operation mode tested
ADSL optional features tested
TPS-TC encapsulation tested (ATM, PTM)
4.6 Equation for Estimating BER
See Table 7-12/TR-100 [8] The equations for estimating BER.
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5 Physical –Layer Tests
5.1 Net Data Rate Test
5.1.1 Fixed data rate operation in the interleaved mode
Table 5-1 Fixed data rate operation in the interleaved mode
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) According to the Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in a fixed interleaved specific test profile with general line
setting I-16/2 in downstream and upstream.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km
PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.
(4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the
loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization for bit swaps to settle.
(3) Document the reported actual data rate, interleaving delay and
impulse noise protection.
(4) Record the CV counts and SES counts for 1 minute.
(5) Repeat steps (1) to (4) with general line settings I-2/0, I-16/0.5, I-8/8
and I-16/4.
Expected
Result
For each general test profile:
(1) Reported actual net data rate in downstream (net_act_ds) SHALL
be: net_min_ds s net_act_ds s (net_min_ds + 8) kbps, where
net_min_ds is the minimum data rate in DS specified for the test
profile under test.
(2) Reported actual net data rate in upstream (net_act_us) SHALL be:
net_min_us s net_act_us s (net_min_us + 8) kbps, where
net_min_us is the minimum data rate in US specified for the test
profile under test.
(3) Reported actual INP SHALL be > INP_min.
(4) Reported actual interleaving delay SHALL be s delay_max.
(5) Actual number of reported CVs SHALL not increase by more than 1
during the measurement period.
(6) Actual number of reported SESs SHALL not increase during the
measurement period.
5.1.2 Fixed data rate operation in the fast mode
Table 5-2 Fixed data rate operation in the fast mode
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) According to the Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in the fixed rate specific test profile with general line
setting F-1/0 in downstream and upstream.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km
PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.
(4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the
loop.
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Method of
Procedure
(1) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization for bit swaps to settle.
(3) Document the reported actual data rate.
(4) Record the CV counts and SES counts for 1 minute.
Expected
Result
(1) Reported actual net data rate in downstream (net_act_ds) SHALL
be: net_min_ds s net_act_ds s (net_min_ds + 8) kbps, where
net_min_ds is the minimum data rate in DS specified for the test
profile under test.
(2) Reported actual net data rate in upstream (net_act_us) SHALL be:
net_min_us s net_act_us s (net_min_us + 8) kbps, where
net_min_us is the minimum data rate in US specified for the test
profile under test.
(3) Actual number of reported CVs shall not increase by more than 1
during the measurement period.
(4) Actual number of reported SESs SHALL not increase during the
measurement period.
5.1.3 Rate adaptive operation in the interleaved mode
Table 5-3 Rate adaptive operation in the interleaved mode
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) According to the Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in a rate adaptive specific test profile with general line
setting I-16/2 in downstream and upstream.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km
PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.
(4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the
loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization for bit swaps to settle.
(3) Document the reported actual data rate, interleaving delay and
impulse noise protection.
(4) Record the CV counts and SES counts for 1 minute.
(5) Repeat steps (1) to (4) with general line settings I-2/0, I-16/0.5, I-8/8
and I-16/4.
Expected
Result
For each general line setting:
(1) Reported actual net data rate in downstream (net_act_ds) SHALL
be: net_min_ds s net_act_ds s net_max_ds kbps, where net_min_ds
and net_max_ds are the minimum and maximum downstream data
rate specified for the test profile under test.
(2) Reported actual net data rate in upstream (net_act_us) SHALL be:
net_min_us s net_act_us s net_max_us kbps, where net_min_us and
and net_max_us are the minimum and maximum upstream data rate
specified for the test profile under test.
(3) Reported actual INP SHALL be > INP_min.
(4) Reported actual interleaving delay SHALL be s delay_max.
(5) Actual number of reported CVs SHALL not increase by more than
1 during the measurement period.
(6) Actual number of reported SESs SHALL not increase during the
measurement period.
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5.1.4 Rate adaptive operation in the fast mode
Table 5-4 Rate adaptive operation in the fast mode
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) According to the Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in the rate adaptive specific test profile with general line
setting F-1/0 in downstream and upstream.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km
PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.
(4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the
loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization for bit swaps to settle.
(3) Document the reported actual data rate.
(4) Record the CV counts and SES counts for 1 minute.
Expected
Result
(1) Reported actual net data rate in downstream (net_act_ds) SHALL
be: net_min_ds s net_act_ds s net_max_ds kbps, where net_min_ds
and net_max_ds are the minimum and maximum downstream data
rate specified for the test profile under test.
(2) Reported actual net data rate in upstream (net_act_us) SHALL be:
net_min_us s net_act_us s net_max_us kbps, where net_min_us and
net_max_us are the minimum and maximum upstream data rate
specified for the test profile under test.
(3) Actual number of reported CVs shall not increase by more than 1
during the measurement period.
(4) Actual number of reported SESs SHALL not increase during the
measurement period.
5.2 Interleaving Delay Test
The purpose of this test is to verify the validity of interleaving delay. It assumes that the
system delay without the interleaving delay is constant within a tolerance of 1ms and that the
reported interleaving delay is equal to the actual delay.
Table 5-5 Interleaving Delay Test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) According to the Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in the specific test profile using the general line setting I-
8/2.
(3) Set loop for NULL loop without noise.
(4) Set the traffic generator/analyzer to send frames in one direction
with destination MAC address equal to the unicast source MAC
address of frames sent in the opposite direction.
(5) Set the ATU-R modem for bridged mode with LLC encapsulation.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait 1 minute after reaching Showtime.
(3) Record the actual interleaving delay for upstream
(reported_delay_1_US) and downstream (reported_delay_1_DS).
(4) Run Section 26.2/RFC 2544 [5] delay test using traffic analyzer, use
an Ethernet frame size of 512 bytes. Set the throughput rate to 90%
of the maximum achievable net data rate.
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(5) Record the result as system_delay_1_US and system_delay_1_DS.
(6) Define “delta_delay_1” as the system delay without the interleaving
delay in upstream and downstream:
delta_delay_1_US = system_delay_1_US- reported_delay_1_US
delta_delay_1_DS = system_delay_1_DS- reported_delay_1_DS
(7) Configure the SUT in the specific test profile using the general line
setting I-16/2, which otherwise is the same as the specific test
profile of TC(2).
(8) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(9) Wait 1 minute after reaching Showtime.
(10) Record the actual interleaving delay for upstream
(reported_delay_2_ US) and downstream (reported_delay_2_DS).
(11) Run Section 26.2/RFC 2544 [5] delay test using traffic analyzer,
use an Ethernet frame size of 512 bytes. Set the throughput rate to
90% of the maximum achievable net data rate.
(12) Record the result as system_delay_2_US and system_delay_2_DS.
(13) Define “delta_delay_2” as the system delay without the
interleaving delay in upstream and downstream:
delta_delay_2_US = system_delay_2_US- reported_delay_2_US
delta_delay_2_DS = system_delay_2_DS- reported_delay_2_DS
Expected
Result
(1) reported_delay_1_US ≤ 8 ms and reported_delay_1_DS ≤ 8 ms
(2) reported_delay_2_US ≤ 16 ms and reported_delay_2_DS ≤ 16 ms
(3) |delta_delay_1_US - delta_delay_2_US| ≤ 1 ms
(4) |delta_delay_1_DS - delta_delay_2_DS| ≤ 1 ms
5.3 Impulse Noise Protection Test
The purpose of this test is to verify the presence of impulse noise protection controls and their
correct functional implementation.
Table 5-6 Impulse Noise Protection Test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in
rate adaptive mode and in general line settings I-16/2 and I-16/4.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1 km
PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.
(4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at the ATU-R and -
110dBm/Hz at the ATU-C.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait for 1 minute after initialization.
(3) Inject 15 impulses spaced at least 1 second apart into the circuit at
the ATU-C end of the line simulator over a maximum of one minute
period. Each impulse SHALL be a “burst of pseudorandom AWGN”
of length (INP_min-1)×240µs – 15µs at a level of -90dBm/Hz
differential mode.
(4) Document the actual interleaving delay and impulse noise
protection.
(5) Record the CV, ES count and SES count for 1 minute during step
(3).
(6) Test the ATU-R modem by repeating step (1) to (5), and injecting -
140dBm/Hz AWGN at the ATU-C. -110dBm/Hz and 15 impulses
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defined in (3) SHALL be injected at the ATU-R.
Expected
Result
(1) Reported actual INP SHALL be > INP_min.
(2) Reported actual interleaving delay SHALL be s delay_max.
(3) The number of reported ES SHALL be s 1.
(4) The number of reported CV SHALL be s 1.
(5) No SES SHALL be observed during the test.
5.4 Dual Latency Test (OPTIONAL)
Table 5-7 Dual Latency Test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for ADSL2plus Annex specific test profile in the
rate adaptive dual latency operation (PMS-TC path #0 and
#1).Configure channel 1 (path #0) in general line setting I-16/2, and
channel 2 (path #1) in F-1/0.
(3) Set up the line simulator for 2400 ft 26AWG or 750 m PE 0.4
(4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at the ATU-R and -
110dBm/Hz at the ATU-C.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait for 1 minute after initialization.
(3) Run Section 26.2/RFC 2544 [5] delay test using traffic analyzer in both
channels, use an Ethernet frame size of 1518 bytes . Record the result
delay_1 for channel 1 and delay_2 for channel 2.
(4) Inject 15 impulses spaced at least 1 second apart into the circuit at the
ATU-C end of the line simulator over a maximum of a one minute
period. Each impulse SHALL be a “burst of pseudorandom AWGN”
of 225µs duration at a level of -90dBm/Hz differential mode.
(5) Record the CV count and SES count for 1 minute during step (4) in
both channels.
(6) Test the ATU-R modem by repeating step(1) to (5), and injecting -
140dBm/Hz AWGN at the ATU-C. -110dBm/Hz and 15 impulses
defined in (4) SHALL be injected at the ATU-R.
Expected
Result
(1) The measured delay in channel 2 SHALL be lower than that of
channel 1.
(2) The number of reported CV in channel 1 SHALL be s 1.
(3) The number of reported CV in channel 1 SHALL be less than that of
channel 2.
(4) No SES SHALL be observed during the test.
5.5 On-Line Reconfiguration Test
5.5.1 Bitswapping Test
The purpose of this test is to verify that the ATU-C and ATU-R support the bit swapping, the
Type 1 OLR on-line reconfiguration operation as defined in section 10.2 of G.992.3 [2].
Table 5-8 DS Bit Swapping Test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in
a rate adaptive mode and general line settings F-1/0 and I-16/2, and
maximum net data rates:
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- ADSL2: 7000 kbps in downstream, 512 kbps in upstream
- ADSL2plus: 16000 kbps in downstream, 800 kbps in upstream
(3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km
PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.
(4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the
loop.
(5) All single frequency tones SHALL be sine-shaped at a constant
frequency while the tone amplitude applied is referenced in terms of
power levels (dBm) at the injection point on the loop, calibrated
with the ATU-R and ATU-C modems replaced with calibrated 100
Ohm ±1% resistors. Measurements performed into a 1kHz
resolution bandwidth. Note that with a 1kHz resolution bandwidth
the power spectral density value (in dBm/Hz) will be 30 dB less
than the power level (in dBm), limited by the noise floor of the test
equipment used for calibration.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait for 1 minute for bit swapping to settle.
(3) Randomly select an integer value, n, the tone number in the range of
70 to 100 for ADSL2, and 300 to 400 for ADSL2plus. Ensure that
the tone selected has assigned bits as described in the relevant bits
per tone map. The power of the interfering tone SHALL be -110
dBm or less.
(4) Record and report the value of n used.
(5) Record the bits allocation table as per section 7.5.1.29.1/G.997.1 [4].
(6) Increase the power of the interfering tone selected in (3) to -50 dBm.
(7) Wait for 1 minute for bit swapping to settle.
(8) Record the bits allocation table as per section 7.5.1.29.1/G.997.1 [4].
(9) Record the CV and SES counts for 1 minute in the downstream
direction.
Expected
Result
(1) There SHALL be no retrain during the test.
(2) The bit allocation recorded in step (8) SHALL differ from the bit
allocation in step (5).
(3) The number of reported CV SHALL be <= 1.
(4) No SES shall be recorded during the measurement period.
Table 5-9 US Bit Swapping Test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in
a rate adaptive mode and general line settings F-1/0 and I-16/2, and
maximum net data rates:
- ADSL2: 7000 kbps in downstream, 512 kbps in upstream
- ADSL2plus: 16000 kbps in downstream, 800 kbps in upstream
(3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km
PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.
(4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the
loop.
(5) All single frequency tones SHALL be sine-shaped at a constant
frequency while the tone amplitude applied is referenced in terms of
power levels (dBm) at the injection point on the loop, calibrated
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with the ATU-R and ATU-C modems replaced with calibrated 100
Ohm ±1% resistors. Measurements performed into a 1kHz
resolution bandwidth. Note that with a 1kHz resolution bandwidth
the power spectral density value (in dBm/Hz) will be 30 dB less
than the power level (in dBm), limited by the noise floor of the test
equipment used for calibration.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait for 1 minute for bit swapping to settle.
(3) Randomly select an integer value, n, the tone number in the range of
10 to 20 for Annex A and 40 to 50 for Annex B. Ensure that the tone
selected has assigned bits as described in the relevant bits per tone
map. The power of the interfering tone SHALL be -110 dBm or less.
(4) Record and report the value of n used.
(5) Record the bits allocation table as per section 7.5.1.29.2/G.997.1 [4].
(6) Increase the power of the interfering tone selected in (3) to -50 dBm.
(7) Wait for 1 minute for bit swapping to settle.
(8) Record the bits allocation table as per section 7.5.1.29.2/G.997.1 [4].
(9) Record the CV and SES counts for 1 minute in the upstream
direction.
Expected
Result
(1) There SHALL be no retrain during the test.
(2) The bit allocation recorded in step (8) SHALL differ from the bit
allocation in step (5).
(3) The number of reported CV SHALL be <= 1.
(4) No SES shall be recorded during the measurement period.
5.5.2 Seamless Rate Adaptation Test (OPTIONAL)
The purpose of this test is to verify the functionality of the SRA. The test SHALL be
performed for general line setting F-1/0, for the G.992.5 Annex under test. For each profile
the test SHALL be performed for both parameter sets: 1 and 2.
Table 5-10 DSLAM Functional SRA test configuration
Parameter Set RA-USNRM
(dB)
RA-UTIME
(s)
RA-DSNRM
(dB)
RA-DTIME
(s)
TARSNRM
(dB)
1 9 30 3 10 6
2 21 60 9 20 15
This test is divided into 2 sub-tests:
1. Functional SRA test – Downstream
2. Functional SRA test – Upstream
All sub-tests are REQUIRED for the SUT to pass the SRA test.
Table 5-11 Functional SRA test - Downstream
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT with the Annex relevant test profile
A2P_SRA_F_30000k or B2P_SRA_F_30000k, and SRA parameter
set 1 from Table 5-10.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 5 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or
1500m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.
(4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the
loop.
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Method of
Procedure
(1) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait for 1 minute for bitswaps to settle.
(3) Check the reported margin. Document DS net data rate as rate_ds.
Downshift functionality sub-test
(4) Increase the noise power level by 1 dB at ATU-R side only.
(5) Wait for 1 minute, then check reported margin.
(6) Repeat step (4) and (5) until: RA-DSNRM+ 0.5dB < reported
margin at the side under test < RA-DSNRM+ 1.5dB.
(7) Increase the noise power level by 3 dB at ATU-R side only.
(8) Wait for (RA-DTIME + 30) s for SRA to settle.
(9) Check reported DS margin, and document as SRA_reported_margin
_downshift_ds. Document DS net data rate as SRA_downshift_rate_ds.
(10) Execute a BER test for 7 minutes. Record the CRC and SES counts
at the start and the end of the BER test. Actual number of CRCs and
SESs is the difference between these two counts. Document the
estimated BER.
Upshift functionality sub-test
(11) Decrease the noise power level by 1 dB at ATU-R side only.
(12) Wait for 1 minute, then check the reported margin.
(13) Repeat step (11) and step (12) until: RA-USNRM- 1.5dB <
reported margin at the side under test < RA-USNRM - 0.5dB.
(14) Decrease the noise power level by 3 dB at ATU-R side only.
(15) Wait for (RA-UTIME + 30) s for SRA to settle.
(16) Check reported DS margin, and document as SRA_reported_
margin_upshift_ds. Document DS net data rate as SRA_upshift_rate_ds.
(17) Execute a BER test for 7 minutes. Record the CRC and SES counts
at the start and the end of the BER test. Actual number of CRCs and
SESs is the difference between these two counts. Document the
estimated BER.
(18) Repeat the test steps (1) to (17) for SRA parameter set 2.
Expected
Result
(1) No retrain SHALL occur during the test.
(2) SRA_reported_margin_downshift_ds ≥ RA-DSNRM.
SRA_reported_margin_upshift_ds ≤ RA-USNRM.
(3) SRA_downshift_rate_ds < rate_ds.
SRA_upshift_rate_ds > rate_ds.
(4) Estimated BER SHALL NOT exceed 1e-7, and no SES SHALL be
reported.
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Table 5-12 Functional SRA test - Upstream
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT with the Annex relevant test profile.
A2P_SRA_F_30000k or B2P_SRA_F_30000k, and SRA parameter
set 1 from Table 5-10.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 5 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or
1500m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.
(4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the
loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait for 1 minute for bitswaps to settle.
(3) Check the reported margin. Document US net data rate as rate_us.
Downshift functionality sub-test
(4) Increase the noise power level by 1 dB at ATU-C side only.
(5) Wait for 1 minute, then check reported margin.
(6) Repeat step (4) and (5) until: RA-DSNRM+ 0.5dB < reported
margin at the side under test < RA-DSNRM+ 1.5dB.
(7) Increase the noise power level by 3 dB at ATU-C side only.
(8) Wait for (RA-DTIME + 30) s for SRA to settle.
(9) Check reported US margin, and document as SRA_reported_margin
_downshift_us. Document US net data rate as SRA_downshift_rate_us.
(10) Execute a BER test for 7 minutes. Record the CRC and SES counts
at the start and the end of the BER test. Actual number of CRCs and
SESs is the difference between these two counts. Document the
estimated BER.
Upshift functionality sub-test
(11) Decrease the noise power level by 1 dB at ATU-C side only.
(12) Wait for 1 minute, then check reported margin.
(13) Repeat step (11) and (12) until: RA-USNRM- 1.5dB < reported
margin at the side under test < RA-USNRM- 0.5dB.
(14) Decrease the noise power level by 3 dB at ATU-C side only.
(15) Wait for (RA-UTIME + 30) s for SRA to settle.
(16) Check reported US margin, and document as
SRA_reported_margin _upshift_us. Document US net data rate as
SRA_upshift_rate_us.
(17) Execute a BER test for 7 minutes. Record the CRC and SES counts
at the start and the end of the BER test. Actual number of CRCs and
SESs is the difference between these two counts. Document the
estimated BER.
(18) Repeat the test steps (1) to (17) for SRA parameter set 2.
Expected
Result
(1) No retrain SHALL occur during the test.
(2) SRA_reported_margin_downshift_us ≥ RA-DSNRM.
SRA_reported_margin_upshift_us ≤ RA-USNRM.
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(3) SRA_downshift_rate_us < rate_us.
SRA_upshift_rate_us > rate_us.
(4) Estimated BER SHALL NOT exceed 1e-7, and no SES SHALL be
reported.
5.5.3 Dynamic Rate Repartitioning Test (OPTIONAL)
For further study.
5.6 Loop Diagnostics Mode Test
The purpose of this test is to verify the functionality of the Loop Diagnostic mode. Loop
Diagnostic mode is intended to identify channel conditions at both ends of the loop without
transitioning to the L0 state. The modems SHALL return to L3 state after completion of the
Loop Diagnostic mode. Test parameters exchanged during the Loop Diagnostic mode are
defined in Section 8.15.1/G.992.3, G.992.5 ([2], [3]) and Section 7.5.1/G.997.1 [4].
This test is divided into 9 sub-tests:
(1) Linear Channel Characteristics Function (HLIN)
(2) Logarithmic Channel Characteristics Function (HLOG) Test
(3) Quiet Line Noise (QLN) Test
(4) Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) Test
(5) Loop Attenuation (LATN) Test
(6) Signal Attenuation (SATN) Test
(7) Signal-to-Noise Ratio Margin (SNRM) Test
(8) Attainable Net Data Rate (ATTNDR) Test
(9) Actual Aggregate Transmit Power (ACTATP) Test
All sub-tests are REQUIRED for the SUT to pass the loop diagnostics mode test.
5.6.1 Linear Channel Characteristics Function (HLIN) Test
Table 5-13 HLIN Test requested by ATU-C
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the following parameters for the linear channel
characteristics function per subcarrier: HLINSC, HLINps, in both
downstream and upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream linear representation scale factor
(HLINSCds, HLINSCus) SHALL be within the range specified in
Section 7.5.1.26.1 and 7.5.1.26.3 of G.997.1.
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(4) Downstream and upstream H(f) linear representation (HLINpsds,
HLINpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as
defined in Section 7.5.1.26.3 and 7.5.1.26.9 of G.997.1.
Table 5-14 HLIN Test requested by ATU-R
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the following parameters for the linear channel
characteristics function per subcarrier: HLINSC, HLINps, in both
downstream and upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream linear representation scale (HLINSCds,
HLINSCus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section
7.5.1.26.1 and 7.5.1.26.3 of G.997.1.
(4) Downstream and upstream H(f) linear representation (HLINpsds,
HLINpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as
defined in Section 7.5.1.26.3 and 7.5.1.26.9 of G.997.1.
5.6.2 Logarithmic Channel Characteristics Function (HLOG) Test
Table 5-15 HLOG Test requested by ATU-C
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the following parameters: HLOGMT, HLOGps,
in both downstream and upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream HLOG measurement time (HLOGMTds,
HLOGMTus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section
7.5.1.26.4 and 7.5.1.26.10 of G.997.1.
(4) Downstream and upstream H(f) logarithmic representation
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(HLOGpsds, HLOGpsus) SHALL be within the specified format
and range as defined in Section 7.5.1.26.6 and 7.5.1.26.12 of
G.997.1.
Table 5-16 HLOG Test requested by ATU-R
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.
2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
3) Collect and record the following parameters: HLOGMT, HLOGps,
in both downstream and upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream HLOG measurement time (HLOGMTds,
HLOGMTus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section
7.5.1.26.4 and 7.5.1.26.10 of G.997.1.
(4) Downstream and upstream H(f) logarithmic representation
(HLOGpsds, HLOGpsus) SHALL be within the specified format
and range as defined in Section 7.5.1.26.6 and 7.5.1.26.12 of
G.997.1.
5.6.3 Quiet Line Noise (QLN) Test
Table 5-17 QLN Test requested by ATU-C
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the following parameters: QLNMT, QLNps, in
both downstream and upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream QLN measurement time (QLNMTds,
QLNMTus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section
7.5.1.27.1 and 7.5.1.27.4 of G.997.1.
(4) Downstream and upstream QLN(f) representation (QLNpsds,
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QLNpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as
defined in Section 7.5.1.27.3 and 7.5.1.27.6 of G.997.1.
Table 5-18 QLN Test requested by ATU-R
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the following parameters: QLNMT, QLNps, in
both downstream and upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream QLN measurement time (QLNMTds,
QLNMTus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section
7.5.1.27.1 and 7.5.1.27.4 of G.997.1.
(4) Downstream and upstream QLN(f) representation (QLNpsds,
QLNpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as
defined in Section 7.5.1.27.3 and 7.5.1.27.6 of G.997.1.
5.6.4 Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) Test
Table 5-19 SNR Test requested by ATU-C
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the following parameters: SNRMT, SNRps in
both downstream and upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream SNR measurement time (SNRMTds,
SNRMTus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section
7.5.1.28.1 and 7.5.1.28.4 of G.997.1.
(4) Downstream and upstream SNR(f) representation (SNRpsds,
SNRpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as
defined in Section 7.5.1.28.3 and 7.5.1.28.6 of G.997.1.
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Table 5-20 SNR Test requested by ATU-R
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the following parameters: SNRMT, SNRps in
both downstream and upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream SNR measurement time (SNRMTds,
SNRMTus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section
7.5.1.28.1 and 7.5.1.28.4 of G.997.1.
(4) Downstream and upstream SNR(f) representation (SNRpsds,
SNRpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as
defined in Section 7.5.1.28.3 and 7.5.1.28.6 of G.997.1.
5.6.5 Loop Attenuation (LATN) Test
Table 5-21 LATN Test requested by ATU-C
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the LATN parameter, in both downstream and
upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream LATN parameter (LATNds, LATNus)
SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in
Section 7.5.1.9 and 7.5.1.10 of G.997.1.
Table 5-22 LATN Test requested by ATU-R
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
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(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the LATN parameter, in both downstream and
upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream LATN parameter (LATNds, LATNus)
SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in
Section 7.5.1.9 and 7.5.1.10 of G.997.1.
5.6.6 Signal Attenuation (SATN) Test
Table 5-23 SATN Test requested by ATU-C
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the SATN parameter, in both downstream and
upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream SATN parameter (SATNds, SATNus)
SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in
Section 7.5.1.11 and 7.5.1.12 of G.997.1.
Table 5-24 SATN Test requested by ATU-R
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the SATN test parameter, in both downstream
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and upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream SATN parameter (SATNds, SATNus)
SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in
Section 7.5.1.11 and 7.5.1.12 of G.997.1.
5.6.7 Signal-to-Noise Ratio Margin (SNRM) Test
Table 5-25 SNRMTest requested by ATU-C
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the SNRM parameter, in both downstream and
upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream SNRM parameter (SNRMds, SNRMus)
SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in
Section 7.5.1.13 and 7.5.1.16 of G.997.1.
Table 5-26 SNRMTest requested by ATU-R
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the SNRM test parameter, in both downstream
and upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(4) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(5) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(6) Downstream and upstream SNRM parameter (SNRMds, SNRMus)
SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in
Section 7.5.1.13 and 7.5.1.16 of G.997.1.
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5.6.8 Attainable Net Data Rate (ATTNDR) Test
Table 5-27 ATTNDRTest requested by ATU-C
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the ATTNDR parameter, in both downstream and
upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream ATTNDR parameter (ATTNDRds,
ATTNDRus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as
defined in Section 7.5.1.19 and 7.5.1.20 of G.997.1.
Table 5-28 ATTNDRTest requested by ATU-R
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the ATTNDR test parameter, in both downstream
and upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream ATTNDR parameter (ATTNDRds,
ATTNDRus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as
defined in Section 7.5.1.19 and 7.5.1.20 of G.997.1.
5.6.9 Actual Aggregate Transmit Power (ACTATP) Test
Table 5-29 ACTATP Test requested by ATU-C
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
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(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the ACTATP parameter, in both downstream and
upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream ACTATP parameter (ACTATPds,
ACTATPus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as
defined in Section 7.5.1.24 and 7.5.1.25 of G.997.1.
Table 5-30 ACTATP Test requested by ATU-R
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested, configure the SUT for
operation in rate adaptive mode.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or
450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.
(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the
line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.
(5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.
(2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.
(3) Collect and record the ACTATP test parameter, in both downstream
and upstream.
Expected
Result
After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode:
(1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.
(2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.
(3) Downstream and upstream ACTATP parameter (ACTATPds,
ACTATPus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as
defined in Section 7.5.1.24 and 7.5.1.25 of G.997.1.
5.7 Power Management Mode Transition Test
The purpose of this test is to make sure that the power management mode transition
procedures L0-to-L2 and L2-to-L0 are implemented according to requirements from section
9.5 of G.992.3 [2]. In the description of these power modes L0 mode refers to the normal
(full power/full rate operation), while L2 mode refers to the power saving mode that conveys
reduced traffic sent from the ATU-C to the ATU-R. A normal data carrying signal is
transmitted from the ATU-R to the ATU-C.
During the entire L2 mode, i.e. after L2 entry and before L2 exit, the overhead rate, the delay,
and overhead channel period do not need to obey the limits configured for L0 Showtime
operation.
This test assumes that the modem remains in L2 for a specific duration. Should the modem
exit the L2 state to perform a bit swap, this is not considered to be a failure and the
intermediate L0 state SHALL be ignored.
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This test is divided into two sub-tests, low power entry test and low power exit test. Both sub-
tests are REQUIRED for the SUT to pass the power management mode transition test.
5.7.1 Low Power Entry Test
The purpose of this test is to verify that ATU-C and ATU-R can operate in the power saving
mode after the ATU-C initiates the transition to L2 link state. ATU-C SHALL initiate a
transition to L2 low power mode with the configured “Minimum Data Rate in low power
state”, L2-ATPR and L2-ATPRT.
Table 5-31 Low Power Entry Test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in
rate adaptive mode and general line setting I-16/2.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km
PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.
(4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the
loop.
(5) Additional test conditions SHALL be as follows:
- ADSL2: “Minimum Data Rate in low power state”=1000kbps,
L2-ATPR=2dB, L2-ATPRT=4dB
- ADSL2plus: “Minimum Data Rate in low power
state”=2000kbps, L2-ATPR=2dB, L2-ATPRT=4dB
(6) Set the power management state enabling parameter PMMode to 1.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization.
(3) Document the reported Line power management state and aggregate
transmit power in DS (ATP_L0).
(4) If available record the reported LSYMB, RFEC and NFEC.
(5) Let the ATU-C initiate transition to L2 state.
(6) Document the reported Line power management state and aggregate
transmit power (ATP_L2) in DS.
(7) If available record the reported LSYMB, RFEC and NFEC.
(8) Calculate the data rate DR = LSYMB*4*(1-RFEC/NFEC).
(9) Record the CV count for 1 minute.
Expected
Result
(1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test.
(2) Line power management state reported in step (5) SHALL be L2.
(3) Calculated data rate DR in step (5) SHALL be above > “Minimum
Data Rate in low power state”.
(4) The Reduction of DS transmit power reported in step (3) and (5)
SHALL be s L2-ATPRT dB.
(5) The number of reported CVs SHALL be s 1.
5.7.2 Low Power Exit Test
The purpose of this test is to verify that the ATUs can initiate the transition from L2 to L0
state.
Table 5-32 ATU-C Initiated Low power exit test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in
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rate adaptive mode and general line setting I-16/2.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km
PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.
(4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the
loop.
(5) Additional test conditions SHALL be as follows:
- ADSL2: “Minimum Data Rate in low power state”=1000kbps,
L2-ATPR=2dB, L2-ATPRT=4dB
- ADSL2plus: “Minimum Data Rate in low power
state”=2000kbps, L2-ATPR=2dB, L2-ATPRT=4dB
(6) Set the power management state enabling parameter PMMode to 1.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization.
(3) Document the reported Line power management state, the actual
data rate (RATE_L0) and aggregate transmit power in DS
(ATP_L0).
(4) Let the ATU-C initiate transition to L2 state.
(5) Wait for 3 minutes in low power mode.
(6) Let the ATU-C initiate transition to L0 state.
(7) Document the reported Line power management state, the actual
data rate (RATE_L20) and aggregate transmit power in DS
(ATP_L20).
(8) Record the CV count for 1 minute.
Expected
Result
(1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test.
(2) The Line power management state reported in step (3) and (7)
SHALL be L0.
(3) RATE_L0 SHALL be equal to RATE_L20.
(4) ATP_L0 SHALL be equal to ATP_L20 within 1 dB.
(5) The number of reported CVs SHALL be s 1.
Table 5-33 ATU-R Initiated Low power exit test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in
rate adaptive mode and general line setting I-16/2.
(3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km
PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.
(4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the
loop.
(5) Additional test conditions SHALL be as follows:
- ADSL2: “Minimum Data Rate in low power state”=1000kbps,
L2-ATPR =2dB, L2-ATPRT=4dB
- ADSL2plus: “Minimum Data Rate in low power
state”=2000kbps, L2-ATPR=2dB, L2-ATPRT=4dB
(6) Set the power management state enabling parameter PMMode to 1.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization.
(3) Document the reported Line power management state, the actual
data rate (RATE_L0) and aggregate transmit power in DS
(ATP_L0).
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(4) Let the ATU-C initiate transition to L2 state.
(5) Wait for 3 minutes in low power mode.
(6) Let the ATU-R initiate transition to L0 state.
(7) Document the reported Line power management state, the actual
data rate (RATE_L20) and aggregate transmit power in DS
(ATP_L20).
(8) Record the CV count for 1 minute
Expected
Result
(1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test.
(2) The Line power management state reported in step (3) and (7)
SHALL be L0.
(3) RATE_L0 SHALL be equal to RATE_L20.
(4) ATP_L0 SHALL be equal to ATP_L20 within 1 dB.
(5) The number of reported CVs SHALL be s 1.
5.8 Low power (L2) mode
The purpose of this test is to verify the functionality of the L2 mode. The test SHALL be
performed for the following general line settings: F-1/0 and either I-16/0.5 or 16/2 for
G.992.5 Annex A, and F-1/0 and 16/2 for G.992.5 Annex B. The test SHALL be performed
for two out of the three following parameter sets.
Table 5-34 L2 mode test parameter sets
Parameter Set L0-TIME (s) L2-TIME (s) L2-ATPR (dB) L2-ATPRT (dB)
1 10 10 5 20
2 30 30 1 5
3 10 10 3 12
Table 5-35 L2 mode test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in the following specific test
profiles associated to the ADSL operation mode to be tested:
- G.992.5 Annex A: A2P_RA_F_30000k, A2P_RA_I1/2_30000k
or A2P_RA_I_30000k
- G.992.5 Annex B: B2P_RA_F_30000k, B2P_RA_I_30000k
(2) Set up the line simulator to 4 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or
1250m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.
(3) Configure one of the L2 mode parameter sets defined in Table 5-34.
(4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the
loop.
(5) Set the power management state enabling parameter PMMode to 1.
(6) Following additional parameters are to be used for this test:
Minimum data rate in low power state = 128kbps.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(2) Directly after synchronization, inject bi-directional traffic at rate >
75% of maximum theoretical throughput.
(3) Wait for 1 minute for bitswaps to settle.
(4) Note down the L2 mode parameter set.
(5) Note down the Line power management state as LS1, ACTATPds1,
actual SNRMds1 and net data rate DS as rateDS1.
(6) Reduce traffic to a rate less than 64kbps.
(7) Wait for ( (L2-ATPRT / L2-ATPR ) * L2-TIME + L0-TIME + 30s )
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for L2 mode transition and maximum power reduction.
(8) Note down the Line power management state as LS2, ACTATPds2,
actual SNRMds2 and net data rate DS as rateDS2.
(9) Wait a further 5 minutes.
(10) Note down the Line power management state as LS3,
ACTATPds3, actual SNRMds3 and net data rate DS as rateDS3.
(11) Note down the values of CV and SES counters as CV1 and SES1,
respectively.
(12) Reduce traffic to a rate less than 64kbps.
(13) Wait for 1 min and note down the values of CV and SES counters
as CV2 and SES2, respectively.
(14) Note down the Line power management state as LS4,
ACTATPds4, actual SNRMds4 and net data rate DS as rateDS4.
(15) Repeat steps (1) to (14) with another L2 mode parameter set,
different from the set reported in (4).
Expected
Result
(1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test.
(2) LS2 = L2 and LS3 =L2.
(3) LS1 = L0 and LS4 =L0.
(4) ACTATPds2 < ACTATPds1.
(5) ACTATPds2 = ACTATPds3.
(6) | ACTATPds4 – ACTATPds1 | <= 1dB.
(7) | SNRMds1 – SNRMds4 | <= 1dB.
(8) rateDS4 = rateDS1.
(9) rateDS2 = rateDS3.
(10) SES2 – SES1 = 0.
(11) CV2 – CV1 <=1.
5.9 PSD Tests
5.9.1 PSD Mask Test
The purpose of this test is to verify that the ATU-C and ATU-R power spectral density (PSD)
mask in Showtime does not exceed the mask set forth by ITU-T ADSL2/ADSL2plus
recommendations. This measurement SHALL include both the passband and stopband
frequencies, up to 11.04 MHz for ADSL2 and 12.0 MHz for ADSL2plus.
Table 5-36 PSD Mask Test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the Annex specific test configuration.
(2) The test setup SHALL support the PSD mask measurement over the
entire downstream and upstream bands and SHALL provide enough
dynamic range to allow the measurements be done over both the
passband and stopband frequencies into a resolution bandwidth less
than or equal to 10 kHz.
(3) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in
rate adaptive mode and general line setting F-1/0.
Note: this PSD test is conceived for specific test profile with DPBO
disabled.
(4) Line simulator SHALL be set up for the straight homogeneous loop
specified for the regional annex, Section 4.4. Its length SHALL be
varied in 5 steps from the NULL loop to the length at which the loop
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is the equivalent of 11dB@ 300kHz. Alternatively, a flat attenuator
MAY be used to perform the measurements, provided its value
matches the attenuation of the equivalent loop at 300kHz.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect and configure the ATU-C and ATU-R as per test
configuration details.
(2) Set spectrum analyzer for the requested frequency range, resolution
bandwidth and input attenuation range to prevent it from being over
driven.
(3) Force initialization and wait for modems to synchronize.
(4) Wait 1 minute following synchronization. Disconnect the line. The
ADSL link SHOULD stay in L0 stay long enough for the PSD to be
measured. If it does not see the NOTE below.
(5) PSD SHALL be measured in one of the following ways:
a. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the ATU
termination impedance) and a high-impedance differential probe
b. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50 Ohm
analyser)
If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out, it
SHALL have an affect of <= 0.5dB on the PSD measurement.
(6) Take a note of the measured downstream and upstream PSD data.
(7) Repeat the test steps (3) – (6) for all five loop lengths (between
NULL loop and the defined maximum loop) according to test
configuration TC(4).
NOTE: If the ATUs can not operate in a mode described in step (4), the
test setup SHALL provide adequate isolation of the downstream and
upstream transmit signals between the two transceivers to allow for an
accurate measurement to be made, while both transceivers remain
connected and in state L0. If mode described in step (4) is unavailable,
the measurements will not be made on loops or attenuation settings not
providing adequate isolation, and the measurement method used will be
noted within the test report.
Expected
Result
Measured PSD SHALL not exceed the maximum passband transmit
PSD level for non-overlapped spectrum operation specified in Annex A
and B of G.992.3/G.992.5, Annex L of G.992.3 and Annex M of
G.992.5.
5.9.2 Aggregate Transmit Power Test
The purpose of this test is to verify that the ATU-C and ATU-R does not transmit the total
amount of transmit power that exceeds the maximum downstream/upstream transmit power
specified in ITU-T ADSL2/ADSL2plus recommendations. The aggregate transmit power
SHALL be measured over the entire passband and stopband frequencies, up to 11.04 MHz for
ADSL2 and 12.0 MHz for ADSL2plus.
Table 5-37 Aggregate Transmit Power Test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) The test setup SHALL support the aggregate transmit power (ATP)
mask measurement over the entire downstream and upstream bands
and SHALL provide enough dynamic range to allow the
measurements be done over both the passband and stopband
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frequencies into a resolution bandwidth less than or equal to 10 kHz.
(3) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in
rate adaptive mode and general line setting F-1/0.
(4) Line simulator SHALL be set up for the straight homogeneous loop
specified for the regional annex, Section 4.4. Its length SHALL be
varied in 5 steps from the NULL loop to the length at which the loop
is the equivalent of 11dB@ 300kHz. Alternatively, a flat attenuator
MAY be used to perform the measurements, provided its value
matches the attenuation of the equivalent loop at 300kHz.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect and configure the ATU-C and ATU-R as per test
configuration details.
(2) Force initialization and wait for modems to synchronize.
(3) Wait 1 minute following synchronization. Disconnect the line. The
ADSL link SHOULD stay in L0 stay long enough for the ATP to be
measured. If it does not see the NOTE in Table 5-36.
(4) ATP SHALL be measured in one of the following ways:
a. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the ATU
termination impedance) and a high-impedance differential probe
b. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50 Ohm
analyser)
If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out, it
SHALL have an affect of <= 0.5dB on the power measurement.
(5) Take a note of the measured downstream and upstream aggregate
transmit power.
(6) Repeat the test steps (2) – (5) for all five loop lengths (between
NULL loop and the defined maximum loop) according to test
configuration TC(4).
Expected
Result
Measured aggregate transmit power SHALL not exceed the aggregate
transmit power for non-overlapped spectrum operation specified in
Annex A and B of G.992.3/5, Annex L of G.992.3 and Annex M of
G.992.5.
5.9.3 In-Band Spectral Shaping Test
For further study.
5.9.4 Downstream Power Back-off Test
The purpose of this test is to verify the modified CO-MIB transmit PSD mask based on the
downstream power back-off configuration parameters and procedure described in Section
7.3.1.2.13 in G.997.1 [4]. The modified PSD mask is used instead of PSDMASKds to
configure the downstream PSD mask applicable at the U-C2 reference point.
As for FTTCab/FTTB/Curb deployments, for which it is relevant to test with shaping, the
following Common Line Settings are defined for ADSL2plus operation with DPBO PSD
shaping. These functionalities are adopted in real networks to guarantee spectral
compatibility of xDSL systems deployed from the Cabinet, Curb or Building with legacy
ADSL2/ADSL2plus (or new VDSL2) systems from the Exchange.
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Table 5-38 Downstream Power Back-Off test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) The test setup SHALL support the PSD mask and aggregate transmit
power (ATP) measurements over the entire downstream band and
SHALL provide enough dynamic range to allow the measurements be
done over both the passband and stopband frequencies into a
resolution bandwidth less than or equal to 10 kHz.
(3) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in
rate adaptive mode, with the cable electrical length (DPBOESEL) of
27 dB and general line setting F-1/0 (see Table 4-2).
(4) Line simulator SHALL be set up for the straight homogeneous loop
specified for the regional annex, Section 4.4. Its length SHALL be set
to the length at which the loop is the equivalent of 20dB@ 1MHz.
Alternatively, a flat attenuator MAY be used to perform the
measurements, provided its value matches the attenuation of the
equivalent loop at 1MHz.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect and configure the ATU-C and ATU-R as per test
configuration details.
(2) Set spectrum analyzer for the requested frequency range, resolution
bandwidth and input attenuation range to prevent it from being over
driven.
(3) Force initialization and wait for modems to synchronize.
(4) Wait 1 minute following synchronization. Disconnect the line. The
ADSL link SHOULD stay in L0 stay long enough for the PSD to be
measured. If it does not see the NOTE in Table 5-36.
(5) PSD SHALL be measured, while ATP could be measured or
calculated from the PSD in one of the following ways:
a. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the ATU
termination impedance) and a high-impedance differential
probe
b. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50
Ohm analyser)
If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out, it
SHALL have an affect of <= 0.5dB on the measurement.
(6) Take a note of the measured PSD data. Take a note of the measured
PSD data.
(7) Take a note of the measured or calculated ATP.
(8) Repeat the test steps (3) – (7) for DPBOESEL set to 72 dB.
(9) Repeat the test steps (3) – (7) for one additional DPBOESEL between
40 and 60 dB.
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Expected
Result
(1) ATU-C and ATU-R shall synchronize in all tested DPBO
configurations.
(2) Measured PSD mask SHALL comply with the requirements and a
procedure to generate a modified downstream PSD mask described in
G.997.1 [4] and SHALL not exceed the resultant mask
(RESULTMASKds).
(3) Measured aggregate transmit power SHALL not exceed the aggregate
transmit power for non-overlapped spectrum operation specified in
Annex A and B of G.992.5 [3].
5.10 Longitudinal Balance Test
This test will verify the ATU-x interface is balanced well enough to reject common mode
noise that may be present on the physical media and fulfills the requirement from section
A.4.3.3.1 and B.4.1.3.1 in G.992.3 [2]. LCL is a measure in dB of the degree of unwanted
transversal signal produced at the input of the ADSL transceiver (e
m
) due to the presence of a
longitudinal signal (e
l
) on the connecting leads. This measurement SHALL be made over the
passband.
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The test setup SHOULD ideally exhibit 20 dB better balance than is REQUIRED of the
device under test (if less is achieved, a greater error will be present in the measurement).
Table 5-39 Longitudinal Balance Test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in
rate adaptive mode and general line setting F-1/0.
(3) During the test, the transceiver under test SHALL be powered and
not transmitting any signal (L3 state).
Method of
Procedure
Measure the LCL as specified in ITU-T Recommendation G.117 [7] and
O.9 [6] in the frequency range f
min
to f
max
:
- ADSL2 Annex A: 30kHz to 1104kHz
- ADSL2 Annex B: 120kHz to 1104kHz
- ADSL2plus Annex A: 30kHz to 2208kHz
- ADSL2plus Annex B: 120kHz to 2208kHz
Expected
Result
The measured longitudinal balance SHALL meet the following
requirements:
- ADSL2 Annex A:
(1) ATU-C SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency
range from 30kHz to 138kHz and at least 40dB above and up to
1104kHz.
(2) ATU-R SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency
range from 30kHz to 1104kHz.
- ADSL2 Annex B:
(1) ATU-C SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency
range from 120kHz to 276kHz and at least 40dB above and up to
1104kHz.
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(2) ATU-R SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency
range from 120kHz to 1104kHz.
- ADSL2plus Annex A:
(1) ATU-C SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency
range from 30kHz to 138kHz and at least 40dB above and up to
2208kHz.
(2) ATU-R SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency
range from 30kHz to 1104kHz and at least 40dB above and up to
2208kHz.
- ADSL2plus Annex B:
(1) ATU-C SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency
range from 120kHz to 276kHz and at least 40dB above and up to
2208kHz.
(2) ATU-R SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency
range from 120kHz to 1104kHz and at least 40dB above and up to
2208kHz.
5.11 Virtual Noise Test
For further study.
5.12 ATU-R Inventory Information Test
The purpose of this test is to verify that the ATU-R inventory formatting is correct according
to Section 7.4 of G.997.1 [4] and the information contained within the fields is consistent
with the equipment identification information provided by the equipment supplier to the test
lab.
Table 5-40 ATU-R Inventory Information Test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in one of the specific test profiles
defined in Section 4.2.2 associated to the ADSL operation mode to
be tested..
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C with NULL loop and no noise injected.
(2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync. Wait for 1
minute after initialization for OHC data to be exchanged.
(3) Read out the ATU-R identification information at the ATU-C.
Expected
Result
(1) ATU-R G.994.1 Vendor ID is correct as specified in Section 7.4.2 of
G.997.1 [4]
- The T.35 country code (2 octets) is correct for the country of
the vendor of the ATU-R DSL Chipset.
- The T.35 provider code (vendor identification) (4 octets)
correctly identifies the vendor of the ATU-R DSL Chipset.
(2) ATU-R System Vendor ID is correct as specified in Section 7.4.4 of
G.997.1 [4]
- The T.35 country code (2 octets) is correct for the country of the
system integrator (ATU-R vendor)
- The T.35 provider code (vendor identification) (4 octets)
correctly identifies ATU-R vendor
(3) ATU-R version number is correct as specified in Section 7.4.6 of
G.997.1 [4]
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- It contains the ATU-R firmware version and the ATU-R model.
Both SHALL be encoded in this order and separated by a space
character, i.e. "<ATU-R firmware version> <ATU-R model>".
(4) ATU-R serial number is correct as specified in Section 7.4.8 of
G.997.1 [4]
- It contains the equipment serial number, the equipment model
and the equipment firmware version. All SHALL be encoded in
this order and separated by space characters, i.e. "<equipment
serial number> <equipment model> <equipment firmware
version>".
5.13 EOC Communication Test
The purpose of this test is to verify that the operational statistics reported by the ATU-R
match those reported at the ATU-C.
Table 5-41 EOC Communication Test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in one of the specific test profiles
defined in Section 4.2.2 associated to the ADSL operation mode to be
tested.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C with PE04 1500m or 5000ft 26AWG, with
no noise injected.
(2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync. Wait for 1 minute
after initialization.
(3) Use the software supplied by the ATU-R vendor or a web browser, which
ever is recommended by the vendor, to retrieve operational parameters of
the modem. Verify the following parameters and their counterparts on the
ATU-C:
- Actual data rate (DS, US)
- Signal-to-Noise Ratio Margin (SNRMds, SNRMus)
- Line attenuation (LATNds, LATNus)
- Signal attenuation (SATNds, SATNus)
- Transmission system type (XTSE)
Expected
Result
(1) Data rates reported by ATU-R SHALL differ by no more than 1kbps from
the rates reported by ATU-C.
(2) SNR margin values reported by ATU-R SHALL differ by no more than
1dB from the values reported by ATU-C.
(3) Line attenuation values reported by ATU-R SHALL differ by no more
than 1dB from the values reported by ATU-C.
(4) Signal attenuation values reported by ATU-R SHALL differ by no more
than 1dB from the values reported by ATU-C.
(5) Transmission system type reported by ATU-R SHALL match the type
reported by ATU-C.
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6 Configuration Parameters
These tests verify the G.997.1 configuration parameters.
6.1 Configuration Parameter MAXSNRM
A test procedure for verification of the MAXSNRM noise margin configuration parameter is
shown in Table 6-1. Parameters MAXSNRMds and MAXSNRMus define the maximum
noise margin the ATU-R/ATU-C receiver SHALL try to sustain. This test procedure SHALL
be applied for both directions of transmission.
Table 6-1 MAXSNRM control test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT with A2P_Fix_I_600k or B2P_Fix_I_864k
profile depending on the G.992.5 Annex under test.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C with PE04 2500m or 8500ft 26AWG,
and -120dBm/Hz AWGN noise.
(2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(3) Wait for 1 minute after initialization.
(4) Note down the reported downstream and upstream SNR margin and
aggregate ATP named SNRMds1, SNRMus1, ACTATPds1 and
ACTATPus1.
(5) Configure MAXSNRMus and MAXSNRMds to 12dB.
(6) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(7) Wait for 1 minute after initialization.
(8) Note down the reported downstream and upstream SNR margin and
aggregate ATP named SNRMds2, SNRMus2, ACTATPds2 and
ACTATPus2.
(9) Calculate difference between the reported SNRMds in step (4) and
(8) as ΔSNRMds = SNRMds1 – SNRMds2.
(10) Calculate difference between the reported SNRMus in step (4) and
(8) as ΔSNRMus = SNRMus1– SNRMus2.
(11) Calculate difference between the reported ACTATPds in step (4)
and (8) as ΔACTATPds = ACTATPds1 – ACTATPds2.
(12) Calculate difference between the reported ACTATPus in step (4)
and (8) as ΔACTATPus = ACTATPus1 – ACTATPus2.
Expected
Result
(1) ΔSNRMds SHALL be > 9dB.
(2) ΔSNRMus SHALL be > 9dB.
(3) ΔACTATPds SHALL be > 9dB.
(4) ΔACTATPus SHALL be > 9dB.
6.2 Configuration parameter MINSNRM
A test procedure for verification of the MINSNRM noise margin configuration parameter is
shown in Table 6-2. Parameters MINSNRMds and MINSNRMus define the minimum noise
margin the ATU-R/ATU-C receiver SHALL tolerate. This test procedure SHALL be applied
to both downstream and upstream direction.
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Table 6-2 MINSNRM control test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) According to the Annex to be tested, configure the SUT in one of the
rate adaptive specific test profiles.
(3) Additionally, set MINSNRM to 1dB.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C through the shortest loop length
defined for the chosen specific test profile in the regional annex of
TR-100 [8].
(2) Inject -120dBm/Hz AWGN noise added at both the ATU-R and
ATU-C ends. This power level is considered the 0dB noise power.
(3) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync. Wait for 1
minute after initialization.
(4) Record the reported SNR margin (SNRMds and SNRMus).
(5) Increase the noise power level by 1dB at the ATU side under test.
Wait for 1 minute for bitswaps to settle.
(6) Record the reported SNR margin.
(7) Repeat steps (5) and (6) until the reported SNR margin becomes
lower than MINSNRM.
(8) Repeat steps (3) - (7) with MINSNRM value set to 2 and 3dB.
Expected
Result
For each MINSNRM value modems SHALL retrain if the reported SNR
margin is lower than MINSNRM.
6.3 Configuration parameter TARSNRM
A test procedure for verification of the TARSNRM noise margin configuration parameter is
shown in Table 6-3.Parameters TARSNRMds and TARSNRMus define the noise margin the
ATU-R/ATU-C receiver SHALL achieve to successfully complete initialization. This test
procedure SHALL be applied to both downstream and upstream direction.
Table 6-3 TARSNRM control test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) According to the Annex to be tested, configure the SUT in one of the
rate adaptive specific test profiles.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C through 5kft 26AWG or 1250m PE04.
(2) Inject the crosstalk noise defined for the chosen test profile in the
regional annex of TR-100 [8] at both ends of the loop.
(3) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync. Wait for 1
minute after initialization.
(4) Record the reported SNR margin, SNRMds and SNRMus.
(5) Repeat the test 3 times.
(6) Set TARSNRM to value different than 6dB and repeat step (3) to
(5).
Expected
Result
(1) For both values of TARSNRM, the MEAN value of the reported
SNR margin over the 3 tests SHALL be > (TARSNRM- 0.5) dB.
(2) For Annex A: For both values of TARSNRM, each reported SNR
margin SHALL be > (TARSNRM – 2) dB.
(3) For Annex B: For both values of TARSNRM, each reported SNR
margin SHALL be > (TARSNRM – 1) dB.
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6.4 Configuration Parameter PSDMASK
This section applies only to G.992.5 PSDMASK testing. A test procedure for verification of
the PSDMASK configuration parameter is shown in Table 6-4 (for PSDMASKds) and Table
6-5 (for PSDMASKus, applicable to Annex M only). Parameters PSDMASKds and
PSDMASKus define the MIB PSD mask and it MAY impose additional PSD restrictions for
the passband compared to the Limit PSD mask defined in the relevant Annex of G.992.5
Recommendation. The downstream PSD mask specified through the CO MIB shall satisfy
the requirements defined in section 8.5.1 of G.992.5 [3].
Table 6-4 G.992.5 PSDMASKds control test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in one of the specific test profiles
defined in Section 4.2.2 associated to the ADSL2plus operation
mode to be tested.
(3) Additional test conditions: Set the PSDMASK for the passband
only and restrict the transmit PSD to levels below those allowed by
the applicable Limit PSD mask.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-C and ATU-R through the 5kft 26AWG for Annex A
NA or 1500m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B and no noise
injected.
(2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(3) Wait for 1 minute after initialization.
(4) Disconnect the line. The ADSL2plus link SHOULD stay in L0 stay
long enough for the PSD to be measured. If it does not see the
NOTE in Table 5-36.
(5) The PSD SHALL be measured across the passband in one of the
following ways:
a. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the ATU
termination impedance) and a high-impedance differential
probe
b. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50 Ohm
analyser)
If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out, it
SHALL have an effect of ≤ 0.5dB on the PSD measurement.
Expected
Result
Measured PSD SHALL NOT exceed the MIB PSD mask and the Limit
PSD mask as defined in section 8.5.1 of G.992.5 [3].
Table 6-5 G.992.5 PSDMASKus control test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in one of the specific test profiles
defined in Section 4.2.2 associated to the ADSL2plus Annex M
operation mode to be tested.
(3) Additional test conditions: Set the PSDMASK for the passband
only and restrict the transmit PSD to levels below those allowed by
the applicable Limit PSD mask.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-C and ATU-R through the 5kft 26AWG for Annex
A NA or 1500m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B and no noise
injected.
(2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
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(3) Wait for 1 minute after initialization.
(4) Disconnect the line. The ADSL2plus link SHOULD stay in L0
stay long enough for the PSD to be measured. If it does not see the
NOTE in Table 5-36.
(5) The PSD SHALL be measured across the passband in one of the
following ways:
a. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the ATU
termination impedance) and a high-impedance differential
probe
b. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50
Ohm analyser)
If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out, it
SHALL have an effect of ≤ 0.5dB on the PSD measurement
Expected
Result
Measured PSD SHALL NOT exceed the MIB PSD mask and the
Limit PSD mask as defined in Annex M of G.992.5 [3].
6.5 Configuration Parameter CARMASK
A test procedure for verification of the CARMASK configuration parameter is shown in
Table 6-6. This parameter defines the restrictions in the downstream (CARMASKds) and
upstream (CARMASKus) frequency ranges to determine the set of subcarriers allowed for
transmission. It is coded as 1 if subcarrier with index I, sc(i), is masked for transmission, and
0 if the subcarrier is not masked.
The following CARMASK settings associated to the ADSL operation mode to be tested
SHALL be configured:
a. G.992.3 Annex A:
- CARMASKus: sc(20)…sc(28) = 1, all remaining sc(i) = 0
- CARMASKds: sc (32)…sc(122) = 0, sc(123)…sc(210) = 1, sc(211)…sc(256) = 0
b. G.992.5 Annex A:
- CARMASKus: sc (20)…sc(28) = 1, all remaining sc(i) = 0
- CARMASKds: sc (32)…sc(122) = 0, sc(123)…sc(371) = 1, sc(372)…sc(512) = 0.
c. G.992.3 Annex B:
- CARMASKus: sc (40)…sc(48) = 1, all remaining sc(i) = 0
- CARMASKds: sc (64)…sc(122) = 0, sc(123)…sc(210) = 1, sc(211)…sc(256) = 0
d. G.992.5 Annex B:
- CARMASKus: sc (40)…sc(48) = 1, all remaining sc(i) = 0
- CARMASKds: sc (64)…sc(122) = 0, sc(123)…sc(371) = 1, sc(372)…sc(512) = 0.
Table 6-6 CARMASK control test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in one of the following
specific test profiles associated to the ADSL operation mode to
be tested:
- G.992.3 Annex A: A2_RA_I1/2_16000k
- G.992.5 Annex A: A2P RA_I1/2_30000k or A2P RA_I_30000k
- G.992.3 Annex B: B2_RA_I_16000k
- G.992.5 Annex B: B2P_RA_I_30000k
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(3) Set the CARMASK setting to the one that is associated with the
used test profile.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-C and ATU-R with 100m PE04 or 400ft
26AWG and no noise injected.
(2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(3) Wait for 1 minute after initialization.
(4) Record the bits allocation tables BITSpsds and BITSpsus.
Expected Result (1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test.
(2) The reported bits BITSpsds and BITSpsus of the masked
subcarriers SHALL be set to 0.
6.6 Configuration Parameter MAXNOMPSD
A test procedure for verification of the MAXNOMPSD configuration parameter is shown in
Table 6-7. This test procedure SHALL be applied to both directions.
Table 6-7 MAXNOMPSD control test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) According to the Annex to be tested, configure the SUT in one
of the rate adaptive specific test profiles.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-C and ATU-R through the 2.5kft 26AWG for
Annex A NA or 750m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B
and no noise injected.
(2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
(3) Wait for 1 minute after initialization.
(4) Disconnect the line. The ADSL link SHOULD stay in L0 stay
long enough for the PSD to be measured. If it does not see the
NOTE in Table 5-36.
(5) The PSD SHALL be measured across the passband in one of
the following ways:
a. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the
ATU termination impedance) and a high-impedance
differential probe
b. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50
Ohm analyser)
If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out,
it SHALL have an effect of ≤ 0.5dB on the PSD measurement.
Expected Result Measured PSD SHALL be s MAXNOMPSD + 3.5 dB.
6.7 Configuration Parameter MAXNOMATP
A test procedure for verification of the MAXNOMATP configuration parameter is shown in
Table 6-8. This test procedure SHALL be applied to both directions.
Table 6-8 MAXNOMATP control test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) According to the Annex to be tested, configure the SUT in one
of the rate adaptive specific test profiles.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-C and ATU-R through the 2.5kft 26AWG for
Annex A NA or 750m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B
and no noise injected.
(2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
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(3) Wait for 1 minute after initialization.
(4) Disconnect the line. The ADSL link SHOULD stay in L0 stay
long enough for the power to be measured. If it does not see
the NOTE in Table 5-36.
(5) The power SHALL be measured across the passband in one of
the following ways:
a. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the
ATU termination impedance) and a high-impedance
differential probe
b. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50
Ohm analyser)
If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out,
it SHALL have an effect of ≤ 0.5dB on the power measurement.
Expected Result Measured power SHALL be s MAXNOMATP + 0.5dB.
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7 Performance Monitoring Counters
This section defines a set of test procedures for verification of the G.997.1 [4] line and
channel performance monitoring parameters (section 7.1 to 7.5) and verification of the
previous data.
7.1 Performance Monitoring Counters for Code Violations and Errored Seconds
Table 7-1 Code Violation and Errored Second Test - Fast Mode
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT with A2P_Fix_F_600k or B2P_Fix_F_864k
profile depending on the G.992.5 Annex under test.
(3) Additional test conditions: OPTIONAL OLR (SRA, DRR) SHALL
not be used.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C through NULL loop and no noise
injected.
(2) Force an initialization and wait for modem to sync. Wait 1 minute
following synchronization.
(3) Note down the initial value of performance monitoring counters
CV-C, CV-CFE, ES-L, ES-LFE, SES-L, SES-LFE, UAS-L and
UAS-LFE at the ATU-C, and CV-C, ES-L, SES-L and UAS-L at
the ATU-R.
(4) Force a "micro-interruption" of 3ms (+ or – 0.5ms) every 10
seconds for 2.5min (for a total of 15 micro-interruptions).
(5) Force performance monitoring counters update and wait 30
seconds for the counters to be read out.
(6) Note down the value of counter CV-C, ES-L, SES-L and UAS-L at
the ATU-R. Note down the value of counters CV-C and CV-CFE,
ES-L and ES-LFE, and UAS-L and UAS-LFE at the ATU-C.
(7) Calculate the increase of these counters between step (6) and step
(3).
Expected
Result
(1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test.
(2) No increase of SES-L, SES-LFE, UAS-L and UAS-LFE at the
ATU-C SHALL be reported.
(3) If available, no increase of SES-L and UAS-L at the ATU-R
SHALL be reported.
(4) The increase of CV-C counter at the ATU-R SHALL be equal to
the increase of CV-CFE counter at the ATU-C.
(5) The increase of CV-C counter at the ATU-R, as well as the
increase of both CV-CFE and CV-C counters at the ATU-C
SHALL be at least equal to 15 and s 32 for DS and s 31 for US
(NOTE).
(6) The increase of ES-L counter at the ATU-R SHALL be equal to the
increase of ES-LFE counter at the ATU-C.
(7) The increase of ES-L counter at the ATU-R, as well as the increase
of both ES-LFE and ES-L counters at the ATU-C SHALL be at
least equal to 15 and s 32 for DS and s 31 for US.
NOTE: The numbers in step (5) and (7) are computed taking into account up to 2 CRC for DS
and up to 1 CRC for US due to 10
-7
BER in the fast mode in 3 minutes test duration.
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Table 7-2 Code Violation and Errored Second Test – Interleaved Mode
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT with A2P_Fix_I_600k or B2P Fix_I_864k
profile depending on the G.992.5 Annex under test, with
delay_max set to 2ms and INP_min to 0.5.
(3) Additional test conditions: OPTIONAL OLR (SRA, DRR) SHALL
not be used.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C through NULL loop and no noise
injected.
(2) Force an initialization and wait for modem to sync. Wait 1 minute
following synchronization.
(3) Note down the initial value of performance monitoring counters
CV-C, CV-CFE, ES-L, ES-LFE, SES-L, SES-LFE, UAS-L and
UAS-LFE at the ATU-C, and CV-C, ES-L, SES-L and UAS-L at
the ATU-R.
(4) Force one "micro-interruption" of 1ms every 10 seconds for 2.5
min (for a total of 15 micro-interruptions).
(5) Force performance monitoring counters update and wait 30
seconds for the counters to be read out.
(6) Note down the value of counter CV-C, ES-L, SES-L and UAS-L at
the ATU-R. Note down the value of counters CV-C and CV-CFE,
ES-L and ES-LFE, SES-L and SES-LFE, and UAS-L and UAS-
LFE at the ATU-C.
(7) Calculate the increase of these counters between step (6) and step
(3).
Expected
Result
(1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test.
(2) No increase of SES-L, SES-LFE, UAS-L and UAS-LFE at the
ATU-C SHALL be reported.
(3) If available, no increase of SES-L and UAS-L at the ATU-R
SHALL be reported.
(4) The increase of CV-C counter at the ATU-R SHALL be equal to
the increase of CV-CFE counter at the ATU-C.
(5) The increase of CV-C counter at the ATU-R, as well as the
increase of both CV-CFE and CV-C counters at the ATU-C,
SHALL be at least equal to 15 and s 31 for DS and s 31 for US
(NOTE).
(6) The increase of ES-L counter at the ATU-R SHALL be equal to the
increase of ES-LFE counter at the ATU-C.
(7) The increase of ES-L counter at the ATU-R, as well as the increase
of both ES-LFE and ES-L counters at the ATU-C, SHALL be at
least equal to 15 and s 31 for DS and s 31 for US.
NOTE: The numbers in step (5) and (7) are computed taking into account up to 1 CRC for
DS and up to 1 CRC for US due to 10
-7
BER in the interleaved mode in 3 minutes test
duration.
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7.2 Performance Monitoring Counters for SES
Table 7-3 Severely Errored Second Test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT with A2P_Fix_I_600k or B2P_Fix_I_864k
profile depending on the G.992.5 Annex under test.
(3) Additional test conditions: OPTIONAL OLR (SRA, DRR) SHALL
not be used.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C through NULL loop and no noise
injected.
(2) Force an initialization and wait for modem to sync. Wait 1 minute
following synchronization.
(3) Note down the initial value of the SES-L, SES-LFE, UAS-L and
UAS-LFE performance monitoring counters at the ATU-C and the
initial value of the SES-L and UAS-L counters at the ATU-R.
(4) Force one 330ms "micro-interruption" every 1s for 2 seconds (a
total of 2 micro-interruptions).
(5) Repeat previous event 14 times (14 x 2 micro-interruptions) with
10s between each event.
(6) Force performance monitoring counters update and wait 30
seconds for the counters to be read out.
(7) Note down the value of the counter SES-L and UAS-L at the ATU-
R Note down the value of the counters SES-L and SES-LFE, and
UAS-L and UAS-LFE at the ATU-C.
(8) Calculate the increase of these counters between the values from
step (7) and step (3).
Expected
Result
(1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test.
(2) No increase of UAS-L and UAS-LFE at the ATU-C SHALL be
reported during the test time.
(3) If available, no increase of UAS-L at the ATU-R SHALL be
reported.
(4) The increase of SES-L counter at the ATU-R SHALL be equal to
the increase of SES-LFE counter at the ATU-C.
(5) The increase of SES-L counter at the ATU-R, as well as the
increase of both SES-LFE and SES-L counters at the ATU-C,
SHALL be at least equal to 30 and s 45.
7.3 Performance Monitoring Counters for Full Initialization, LOSS-L and LOSS-
LFE
Table 7-4 Correct reporting of the Full Initialization and LOSS-L, LOSS-LFEcounters
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT with A2P_Fix_I_600k or B2P_Fix_I_864k
profile depending on the G.992.5 Annex under test.
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Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C with NULL loop and no noise injected.
(2) Force an initialization and wait for modem to sync. Wait 1 minute
following synchronization.
(3) Note down the initial value of the Full initialization count, LOSS-L
and LOSS-LFE performance monitoring counters at the ATU-C and
the initial value of the LOSS-L counter at the ATU-R.
(4) Disconnect the line for at least 7s until the modems retrain.
(5) Wait for 1 min following synchronization.
(6) Repeat steps (4) and (5) 4 times.
(7) Note down the final value of the Full initialization count, LOSS-L
and LOSS-LFE at the ATU-C and LOSS-L at the ATU-R.
(8) Calculate the increase of the full initialization count, LOSS-L and
LOSS-LFE as the difference between the values from step (7) and
step (3).
Expected
Result
(1) The increase of the Full initialization count value at the ATU-R
SHALL be equal to the increase of the Full initialization count
reported by the ATU-C.
(2) The increase of the Full initialization count SHALL be ≥ 5 (NOTE).
(3) The difference between increase of the LOSS-LFE counter at the
ATU-C and LOSS-L counter at the ATU-R SHALL be s 35.
(4) The increase of the LOSS-L at the ATU-C and, if available, LOSS-L
at the ATU-R SHALL be > 20.
NOTE: The count MAY be >5 in case of failed full initialization.
7.4 Performance Monitoring Counters for Unavailable Seconds
Table 7-5- Unavailable Seconds Test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the ATU-C with A2P_Fix_I_600k or B2P_Fix_I_864k
profile depending on the G.992.5 Annex under test.
(3) Additional test conditions: OPTIONAL OLR (SRA, DRR) SHALL
not be used.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C through NULL loop and no noise
injected.
(2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization.
(3) Note down the initial value of the UAS-L and UAS-LFE
performance monitoring counters at the ATU-C and the initial value
of the UAS-L counter at the ATU-R.
(4) Disconnect the line and wait for modem to transit from L0 to L3
state. Wait at least 60s before reconnecting the line and wait for the
transition back to L0 state.
(5) Measure the duration between the line disconnection and the
moment that the operational state of the line at the ATU-C is
reported as ‘in Showtime’.
(6) Force performance monitoring counters update and wait 30 seconds
for the counters to be read out.
(7) Note down the value of these counters (UAS-L and UAS-LFE) on
the ATU-C and the value of the UAS-L counter at the ATU-R.
(8) Calculate the increase of the UAS counters between step (7) and step
(3).
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Expected
Result
(1) The modem SHALL drop the connection after the disconnection of
the line.
(2) ΔUAS-L calculated at the ATU-C SHALL not differ from the value
measured in step (5) by more than 10s.
(3) If, available, the ΔUAS-L calculated at the ATU-R SHALL not
differ from the value measured in step (5) by more than 10s.
(4) ΔUAS-LFE calculated at the ATU-C SHALL not differ from the
value measured in step (5) by more than 14s.
(5) If available, ΔUAS-L calculated at the ATU-R SHALL not differ
from the value of ΔUAS-LFE calculated at the ATU-C by more than
13s.
7.5 Performance Monitoring Counters for Failed Full Initialization
Table 7-6 Correct reporting of the Failed Full Initialization counter
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the ATU-C with A2_Fix_I_7288k or B2_Fix_I_7288k
profile depending on the G.992.3 Annex under test.
Method of
Procedure
(1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C with PE0.4 4000m length loop for
Annex A or 3000m for Annex B and -140dBm/Hz White Noise
injected on both sides.
(2) Verify that the modem doesn't sync (wait for 3 minutes). If it does,
increase loop length by 150m and redo the test from step (1).
(3) Note down the initial value of failed full initialization counter at
the ATU-R and ATU-C.
(4) Wait for 3 minutes. If the modem synchronizes within this period,
go back to step (2) and increase loop length by 150m.
(5) Note down the value of failed full initialization counter at the
ATU-R and ATU-C.
(6) Calculate the increase of failed full initialization counter between
the values from step (5) and step (3).
Expected
Result
The increase of the failed full initialization counter SHALL be greater
than or equal to 2.
7.6 Verification of the Previous data rate parameter
Table 7-7 Previous data rate test
Test
Configuration
(1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration.
(2) Configure the SUT for operation in one of the following specific
test profiles associated to the ADSL operation mode to be tested:
- ADSL2: A2_RA_I1/2_16000k or B2_RA_I_16000k
- ADSL2plus: A2P_RA_I_30000k or B2P_RA_I_30000k
(3) Set up the line simulator to 2500 m PE04.
(4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the
loop.
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Method of
Procedure
(1) Force an initialization and wait for modem to sync. Wait 1 minute
following synchronization.
(2) Note down the reported actual data rate in upstream and
downstream.
(3) Disconnect the line.
(4) Increase the AWGN noise by 5dB on both sides.
(5) Reconnect the line and wait for modem to sync.
(6) Note down the reported actual data rate in upstream and
downstream.
(7) Verify that both upstream and downstream actual data rates after
disconnection (in step (6)) are different from the initial actual data
rates (in step (2)). If not, increase the loop length by 150m and redo
the test from step (1).
(8) Note down the reported previous data rate in upstream and
downstream.
Expected
Result
Reported upstream and downstream previous data rates in step (8)
SHALL be equal to the initial upstream and downstream actual data
rates in step (2).
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8 Downstream Framing-Memory Class (D-FMC) Verification Test
The purpose of this test is to verify that the measured data rate in downstream is consistent
with the achievable data rate for the framing memory class that is identified with the
equipment information provided to the test lab by the equipment supplier. This test applies to
the G.992.5 framing memory classes (FC1 to FC5) defined in section 4.2.3.
8.1 D-FMC Test for G.992.5 Annex A
SUT that claims to support one of the G.992.5 Annex A framing memory classes SHALL
pass the data rate requirements for specific test profiles A2P_RA_I8_30000k and
A2P_RA_I4_30000k in the applicable framing class. Data rate requirements are defined in
Table 8-1 and Table 8-2.
1 individual test – 1 test SHALL be passed per framing-memory class applicable to the SUT
Table 8-1 Test profile A2P_RA_I8_30000k
A2P_RA_I8_30000k
DS Sync Rate (kbps)
Framing-memory class
Loop Length
(m, ETSI loop 1)
Expected Measured
Pass/
Fail
DS Noise
Margin,
Reported
(dB)
G.992.5 Annex A ClassB
_16k (ITU, FC1)
100 1000
G.992.5 Annex A ClassA
mand_16k (ETSI, FC2)
G.992.5 Annex A ClassA
mand_24k (ETSI, FC3)
100 3000
G.992.5 Annex A ClassA
opt_16k (ITU, FC4)
G.992.5 Annex A ClassA
opt_24k (ITU, FC5)
100 5000
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1 individual test – 1 test SHALL be passed per framing-memory class applicable to the SUT
Table 8-2 Test profile A2P_RA_I4_30000k
A2P_RA_I4_30000k
DS Sync Rate (kbps)
Framing-memory class
Loop Length
(m, ETSI loop 1)
Expected Measured
Pass/
Fail
DS Noise
Margin,
Reported
(dB)
G.992.5 Annex A ClassB
_16k (ITU, FC1)
100 3000
G.992.5 Annex A ClassA
mand_16k (ETSI, FC2)
100 12000
G.992.5 Annex A ClassA
mand_24k (ETSI, FC3)
100 16000
G.992.5 Annex A ClassA
opt_16k (ITU, FC4)
100 13500
G.992.5 Annex A ClassA
opt_24k (ITU, FC5)
100 18000
8.2 D-FMC Test for G.992.5 Annex B
SUT that claims to support one of the G.992.5 Annex B framing memory classes SHALL
pass the data rate requirements for specific test profiles B2P_RA_I8_30000k and
B2P_RA_I4_30000k in the applicable framing class. Data rate requirements are defined in
Table 8-3 and Table 8-4.
1 individual test – 1 test SHALL be passed per framing-memory class applicable to the SUT
Table 8-3 Test profile B2P_RA_I8_30000k
B2P_RA_I8_30000k
DS Sync Rate (kbps)
Framing-memory class
Loop Length
(m, ETSI loop 1)
Expected Measured
Pass/
Fail
DS Noise
Margin,
Reported
(dB)
G.992.5 Annex B ClassB
_16k (ITU, FC1)
100 1000
G.992.5 Annex B ClassA
mand_16k (ETSI, FC2)
G.992.5 Annex B ClassA
mand_24k (ETSI, FC3)
100 3000
G.992.5 Annex B ClassA
opt_16k (ITU, FC4)
G.992.5 Annex B ClassA
opt_24k (ITU, FC5)
100 5000
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1 individual test – 1 test SHALL be passed per framing-memory class applicable to the SUT
Table 8-4 Test profile B2P_RA_I4_30000k
B2P_RA_I4_30000k
DS Sync Rate (kbps)
Framing-memory class
Loop Length
(m, ETSI loop 1)
Expected Measured
Pass/
Fail
DS Noise
Margin,
Reported
(dB)
G.992.5 Annex B ClassB
_16k (ITU, FC1)
100 3000
G.992.5 Annex B ClassA
mand_16k (ETSI, FC2)
100 12000
G.992.5 Annex B ClassA
mand_24k (ETSI, FC3)
100 16000
G.992.5 Annex B ClassA
opt_16k (ITU, FC4)
100 13500
G.992.5 Annex B ClassA
opt_24k (ITU, FC5)
100 18000
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....... 26 5 PHYSICAL –LAYER TESTS.. 10 TECHNICAL REPORT IMPACT .............................................................................3 IMPULSE NOISE PROTECTION TEST ...............................4....................................... 27 5.... 18 4...........2....................4 Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) Test ................................ 24 4............................... 37 5.......6............................................................................................. 31 5................................. 30 5..................6.2 3........................................................5 3 3......... 20 4................................................................................2 2.......................1................................ 19 4......................................................... 28 5..................................................................................................................................1 2........................ 4 of 69 .......................2 INTERLEAVING DELAY TEST ..............................................3 Dynamic Rate Repartitioning Test (OPTIONAL)....................... 17 REFERENCES AND TERMINOLOGY .......1 Line Settings ...............................................................1 NET DATA RATE TEST ............. 9 1........................................................... 33 5......................................... 25 4...............................4 2............................................................................................................................... 17 TEST STRUCTURE . 10 REFERENCES ..........................................................................3 4 PURPOSE ..............3 TEST PLAN PASSING CRITERIA ................4 TEST SETUP .............................. 17 IPV6........ 36 5..................997..............................1 Loop Models ....1 PARAMETERS .. 38 5. 29 5......................................4 Rate adaptive operation in the fast mode.... 15 ENERGY EFFICIENCY ....................2 SYSTEM UNDER TEST (SUT) SETTINGS .................................1.6 LOOP DIAGNOSTICS MODE TEST ........... 27 5......................................................... 31 5.....2 Test Profiles.................3 Downstream Framing-Memory Classes ........................ 29 5............1 TEST CONFIGURATIONS .......................... All rights reserved..................................................................... 17 SECURITY ..........1 Bitswapping Test......................5.................................................................................1 Fixed data rate operation in the interleaved mode...............................................................2 Noise Models .................................. 25 4............................5..................................................................................................................................................................... 39 February 2010 © The Broadband Forum.......................................................6 EQUATION FOR ESTIMATING BER ......................... 25 4....1............................................... 18 4...........................................................2 Fixed data rate operation in the fast mode .............. 31 5...................................3 2......2 2 2.......................................................................... 12 G.............................................. 25 4...5.........4 DUAL LATENCY TEST (OPTIONAL) ...1............................................................ 22 4......................................2 Seamless Rate Adaptation Test (OPTIONAL) .......... 27 5.......................... 10 DEFINITIONS....................................................................................................................................... 9 CONVENTIONS ................ 36 5...............................................6.......2..............................3 Rate adaptive operation in the interleaved mode .............................................. 25 4..........................................ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Table of Contents 1 PURPOSE AND SCOPE...6..................................2 Logarithmic Channel Characteristics Function (HLOG) Test ..1 3..... 11 ABBREVIATIONS .....................2...................1 Linear Channel Characteristics Function (HLIN) Test .....................5 EQUIPMENT FEATURE TABLES ............................................................................ 36 5...................................................................................5 ON-LINE RECONFIGURATION TEST ...............................................3 Quiet Line Noise (QLN) Test ................................................................................................................................ 27 5...... 9 SCOPE ....4..1 1.....

.........6................ 59 PERFORMANCE MONITORING COUNTERS......... 50 5.......... 65 7......2 D-FMC TEST FOR G. 53 5..................................................10 LONGITUDINAL BALANCE TEST .....6 VERIFICATION OF THE PREVIOUS DATA RATE PARAMETER ....................................................1 8.........................................................................3 PERFORMANCE MONITORING COUNTERS FOR FULL INITIALIZATION....................................9..........4 Downstream Power Back-off Test .................................... 41 5....3 6.. 65 8 DOWNSTREAM FRAMING-MEMORY CLASS (D-FMC) VERIFICATION TEST.................................................4 6......................... 45 5.................1 PSD Mask Test..................................................5 Loop Attenuation (LATN) Test ................2 Aggregate Transmit Power Test .... 44 5..............12 ATU-R INVENTORY INFORMATION TEST ................. 54 6 CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS .992................................................................................................... 61 7......................................... 61 7.......... 50 5................. 48 5........................9 Actual Aggregate Transmit Power (ACTATP) Test..... LOSS-L AND LOSS-LFE ........................... 67 8...........................................................1 PERFORMANCE MONITORING COUNTERS FOR CODE VIOLATIONS AND ERRORED SECONDS ...... 63 7...............................1 6............................. 47 5.... 67 D-FMC TEST FOR G.............ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 5................................................................3 In-Band Spectral Shaping Test ..............................9.......................... 5 of 69 .7.......... 42 5.... 40 5.................................................. 49 5................9...2 6............................6............................................. 64 7.................................................................................................................7 POWER MANAGEMENT MODE TRANSITION TEST ...........................................................8 Attainable Net Data Rate (ATTNDR) Test ...................................................................................................................................... 56 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER PSDMASK ..........5 ANNEX B ............ 45 5.....6 6.......................... 58 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER MAXNOMPSD ................................. 59 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER MAXNOMATP..............................................9..........................2 Low Power Exit Test ............5 6............................................... 68 February 2010 © The Broadband Forum...........................13 EOC COMMUNICATION TEST ................................. 55 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER TARSNRM ......................1 Low Power Entry Test..........6............5 PERFORMANCE MONITORING COUNTERS FOR FAILED FULL INITIALIZATION................................6........................... 57 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER CARMASK .....8 LOW POWER (L2) MODE ............................................................................................................ All rights reserved.............11 VIRTUAL NOISE TEST ............................................................................ 63 7..................9 PSD TESTS ........2 PERFORMANCE MONITORING COUNTERS FOR SES..............................7 Signal-to-Noise Ratio Margin (SNRM) Test ...........6...............7 7 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER MAXSNRM ....... 48 5............... 53 5.6 Signal Attenuation (SATN) Test........... 55 CONFIGURATION PARAMETER MINSNRM .................................................................................. 52 5................. 43 5.....................5 ANNEX A ...................7.992..................................................................................................... 55 6................ 43 5.......................................................................4 PERFORMANCE MONITORING COUNTERS FOR UNAVAILABLE SECONDS ....

............. 43 Table 5-29 ACTATP Test requested by ATU-C .................. All rights reserved.................................................................. 27 Table 5-3 Rate adaptive operation in the interleaved mode ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20 Table 4-2 Common Line Settings with DPBO for Band-profiles A2P_CAB27................................ATU-C Feature Table ....................... B2P_CAB27......... 19 List of Tables Table 4-1 List of Common Line Settings for ADSL2/2plus Functionality Tests..................................................................... 21 Table 4-3 General line settings .... 32 Table 5-10 DSLAM Functional SRA test configuration ..................................................................................................... 38 Table 5-17 QLN Test requested by ATU-C ...................................................................................................................................................................... A2P_CAB72............................................. 36 Table 5-14 HLIN Test requested by ATU-R............................................................ 40 Table 5-23 SATN Test requested by ATU-C........................................................................................................... 6 of 69 ............... 39 Table 5-19 SNR Test requested by ATU-C .............. 19 Figure 4-4.......................................................................................................... 44 Table 5-31 Low Power Entry Test......................................................................................................................... 22 Table 4-5 Specific Test Profiles with DPBO .......................... 31 Table 5-8 DS Bit Swapping Test ........................ 41 Table 5-25 SNRM Test requested by ATU-C ......................................... 39 Table 5-20 SNR Test requested by ATU-R .................................................... 24 Table 4-6 Downstream Framing memory Classes....... 42 Table 5-27 ATTNDR Test requested by ATU-C ......................................................Alternative Test Configuration for PSD Measurement Tests ............................................................................................... 29 Table 5-5 Interleaving Delay Test ............. 18 Figure 4-3 .......................................................................................... 40 Table 5-21 LATN Test requested by ATU-C........................................................................................... 25 Table 4-8 ................................ 43 Table 5-30 ACTATP Test requested by ATU-R ............................................................................................... 37 Table 5-16 HLOG Test requested by ATU-R ..................................................................................... B2P_CAB72 .................... 43 Table 5-28 ATTNDR Test requested by ATU-R .............................................................................................................................................. 18 Figure 4-2 Test Setup for Configurations Using Data Layer ...............Upstream ................................... 31 Table 5-9 US Bit Swapping Test ................................................................................................... 24 Table 4-7 .....................................................................................................................................................................................ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan List of Figures TR-105 Issue 1 Figure 4-1 General Test Configuration .................. 26 Table 5-1 Fixed data rate operation in the interleaved mode .................. 22 Table 4-4 Specific Test Profiles ............................................ 37 Table 5-15 HLOG Test requested by ATU-C ............. 27 Table 5-2 Fixed data rate operation in the fast mode........ 41 Table 5-24 SATN Test requested by ATU-R........ 40 Table 5-22 LATN Test requested by ATU-R....................................................................... 33 Table 5-11 Functional SRA test ...............................Test Configuration for PSD Measurement Tests .............. 28 Table 5-4 Rate adaptive operation in the fast mode .................................................................. 33 Table 5-12 Functional SRA test ........................ 35 Table 5-13 HLIN Test requested by ATU-C.............................ATU-R Feature Table .....................Downstream......................................................................... 30 Table 5-7 Dual Latency Test ................. 38 Table 5-18 QLN Test requested by ATU-R .................................... 45 February 2010 © The Broadband Forum................................................................................................................................................. 29 Table 5-6 Impulse Noise Protection Test .... 42 Table 5-26 SNRM Test requested by ATU-R ........

.................................................................... 68 Table 8-4 Test profile B2P_RA_I4_30000k ................................................................................... 47 Table 5-35 L2 mode test........ 54 Table 6-1 MAXSNRM control test................ 69 February 2010 © The Broadband Forum.............. 48 Table 5-37 Aggregate Transmit Power Test ............... 64 Table 7-6 Correct reporting of the Failed Full Initialization counter ........................................ 7 of 69 ..................... 63 Table 7-4 Correct reporting of the Full Initialization and LOSS-L........................................................................................ 58 Table 6-7 MAXNOMPSD control test ........................................................................................................................................................... 45 Table 5-33 ATU-R Initiated Low power exit test....... 59 Table 6-8 MAXNOMATP control test ............................... 46 Table 5-34 L2 mode test parameter sets............... 65 Table 7-7 Previous data rate test............................ 68 Table 8-3 Test profile B2P_RA_I8_30000k ................. All rights reserved........... 57 Table 6-5 G......................................................................992............................................................................................................... 67 Table 8-2 Test profile A2P_RA_I4_30000k .... 65 Table 8-1 Test profile A2P_RA_I8_30000k ..... 62 Table 7-3 Severely Errored Second Test..................................................................................................................................................................................... 53 Table 5-41 EOC Communication Test................................................... 55 Table 6-2 MINSNRM control test .......5 PSDMASKds control test......................................... 63 Table 7-5................................Unavailable Seconds Test .992.......................................5 PSDMASKus control test.......Fast Mode ................................................................. 61 Table 7-2 Code Violation and Errored Second Test – Interleaved Mode.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 56 Table 6-4 G...................................................................... LOSS-LFE counters .............................................................................................................................................. 51 Table 5-39 Longitudinal Balance Test.............................................................................................................................................. 59 Table 7-1 Code Violation and Errored Second Test .................................. 57 Table 6-6 CARMASK control test ............................................ 56 Table 6-3 TARSNRM control test................................... 52 Table 5-40 ATU-R Inventory Information Test ....... 49 Table 5-38 Downstream Power Back-Off test ........................................ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Table 5-32 ATU-C Initiated Low power exit test......................................... 47 Table 5-36 PSD Mask Test.........................................................................

provides a set of test methods to verify a significant subset of the transceiver functional requirements of ADSL2/ADSL2plus modems implemented in accordance with ITU-T G. G. TR-105 accompanies TR-100 “ADSL2/ADSL2plus Performance Test Plan” and TR-138 “Accuracy Tests for Test Parameters”.992. Its key value is in the verification of transceiver functionalities and management parameters such that network operators may deploy interoperable and successful ADSL2/ADSL2plus services in their networks. as part of the Broadband Suite.3.1.997.997. TR-100 provides a set of region specific performance requirements and test methods for ADSL2/ADSL2plus modems implemented in accordance with ITU-T G. February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. All rights reserved.992.992.992.992.5 and G.3 “Asymmetric digital subscriber line transceivers 2 (ADSL2)” and ITU-T G.5 “Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) transceivers – Extended bandwidth ADSL2 (ADSL2plus)” as well as physical layer OAM configuration and performance monitoring parameters defined in ITU-T G.3 and G.992.5. 8 of 69 .1.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Executive Summary TR-105 Issue 1 TR-105. TR-138 defines the tests for verification of the accuracy of the reported test (Physical Layer OAM configuration and performance monitoring) parameters defined in ITU T G.

Instead. the reader is referred to Technical Report TR-100 (ADSL2/2plus performance test plan). An ATU is functionally compliant to this test plan if it implements correctly the required functions and features of the ITU-T Recommendation G.5. This functionality test plan does not specify the rate/reach performance requirements for ADSL2/2plus transceivers.1 Purpose and Scope Purpose This test plan describes a series of functionality tests that are used to verify that an ATU (ATU-C or ATU-R) is functionally compliant to ITU-T Recommendation G.992. 9 of 69 . All rights reserved.3/G.992.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 1 1. This test plan embodies operators' definitions of ADSL2/ADSL2plus interoperability (between one ATU-C and one ATU-R at a time). if an ATU implements a feature that is optional in the standard.992. This Technical Report also defines tests for some of the ADSL2/2plus optional features such as dual latency and Seamless Rate Adaptation (SRA). A pass/fail indication result is provided for the each functionality tested. This test plan defines tests for various physical layer functionalities. the ATU is functionally compliant if it implements the optional feature as specified in the Recommendation. 1.3/G.992.2 Scope This test plan facilitates ADSL2/2plus over POTS and ISDN functional testing.5 (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line/Extended bandwidth transceiver). February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. In addition.

992.2 The following references are of relevance to this Technical Report.992. means that this item is one of an allowed set of alternatives. the editions indicated were valid.5 Key words for use in RFCs to Indicate Requirement Levels Asymmetric digital subscriber line transceivers 2 (ADSL2) Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) transceivers – Extended bandwidth ADSL2 © The Broadband Forum. [1] RFC 2119 [2] G. This word. At the time of publication. A list of currently valid Broadband Forum Technical Reports is published at www. SHALL SHALL NOT SHOULD This word. IETF ITU-T 1997 2009 ITU-T 2009 10 of 69 February 2010 . More information can be found be in RFC 2119 [1]. users of this Technical Report are therefore encouraged to investigate the possibility of applying the most recent edition of the references listed below. This word.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 2 2. or the adjective “OPTIONAL”. All references are subject to revision. References SHOULD NOT MAY 2. means that there may exist valid reasons in particular circumstances to ignore this item. several words are used to signify the requirements of the specification. but the full implications should be understood and the case carefully weighed before implementing any behavior described with this label.1 References and Terminology Conventions In this Technical Report. These words are always capitalized. This phrase means that the definition is an absolute prohibition of the specification. All rights reserved.3 [3] G. means that the definition is an absolute requirement of the specification. or the adjective “RECOMMENDED”. An implementation that does not include this option SHALL be prepared to inter-operate with another implementation that does include the option. This phrase.broadband-forum.org. or the term “REQUIRED”. but the full implications need to be understood and carefully weighed before choosing a different course. or the phrase "NOT RECOMMENDED" means that there may exist valid reasons in particular circumstances when the particular behavior is acceptable or even useful.

1 [12] TS 105 388 v1.117 [8] TR-100 [9] TR-202 [10] T1.1 [13] TS 101 271 v1.1. 2009 1991 2001 2. reached after all initialization and training is completed.996.3 Definitions The following terminology is used throughout this Technical Report.417 issue 2 [11] TS 101 388 v1. Net Data Rate fmin to f max Showtime L0 State The sum of all frame bearer data rates over all latency paths in any one direction Frequency range for the longitudinal conversion loss (LCL) The state of either ATU C or ATU R.1 [5] RFC 2544 [6] O. in which frame bearer data are transmitted Full power management state achieved after the initialization procedure has completed successfully (the ADSL link is fully functional) Low power management state (the ADSL link is active but a low power signal conveying background data is sent from the ATU-C to the ATU-R) © The Broadband Forum. L2 State February 2010 11 of 69 . Benchmarking terminology for network interconnection devices (Test methodology).9 [7] G. All rights reserved.997. 2008 January. Measuring arrangements to assess the degree of unbalance about earth Transmission aspects of unbalance about earth ADSL2/ADSL2plus Performance Test Plan ADSL2/ADSL2plus LowPower Mode Guidelines Spectrum Management for Loop Transmission System ADSL – European Specific Requirements ADSL2plus – European Specific Requirements Very High Speed digital subscriber line system (VDSL2) Benchmarking Terminology for Network Interconnection Devices Test procedures for digital subscriber line (DSL) transceivers TR-105 Issue 1 [4] G. 2002 April.3.1.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan (ADSL2plus) Physical Layer Management for Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) Transceivers.1 ITU-T IETF ITU-T ITU-T Broadband Forum Broadband Forum ANSI ETSI ETSI ETSI IETF ITU-T 2009 1999 1999 1996 2007 2009 2003 May.1 [14] RFC 1242 [15] G.

a zero length loop Size of Ethernet frame including the CRC Checksum.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan L3 State NULL Loop Ethernet Frame Size TR-105 Issue 1 Link state (Idle) at the start of the initialization procedure (there is no signal transmitting. the ATU may be powered or unpowered) ATU-C/ATU-R wired “back to back” i. See Section 3.4 Abbreviations This Technical Report uses the following abbreviations: ADSL ANSI ATIS ATM ATP ATTNDR ATU ATU-C ATU-R AWG AWGN BALUN BER BS CARMASK CRC CV D-FMC DPBO DRR DS DSL EE EOC ES ETSI February 2010 Asymmetric DSL American National Standards Institute Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions Asynchronous Transfer Mode Aggregate Transmit Power Attainable Net Data Rate ADSL Transceiver Unit Central Office End Remote Terminal End American Wire Gauge Additive White Gaussian Noise BALanced to UNbalanced Bit Error Ratio Bit Swap Carrier Masking Cyclic Redundancy Check Code Violation Downstream Framing-Memory Class Downstream Power Back-Off Dynamic Rate Repartitioning Downstream Digital Subscriber Line Energy Efficiency Embedded Operation Channel Errored Seconds European Telecommunications Standards Institute © The Broadband Forum. All rights reserved. 12 of 69 .e.5/RFC 1242 [14]. 2.

. All rights reserved.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan EU FTTB FTTCab FTTCurb HLIN HLINps HLINSC HLOG HLOGMT HLOGps ID IETF INP ISDN ITU LATN LCL LD LDSF LLC L0-TIME L2-TIME European Union Fiber to the Building Fiber to the Cabinet Fiber to the Curb H(f) Linear Channel Characteristics Function H(f) linear representation H(f) linear representation Scale H(f) Logarithmic Channel Characteristics Function H(f) logarithmic Measurement Time H(f) logarithmic representation Identification Internet Engineering Task Force Impulse Noise Protection Integrated Services Digital Network International Telecommunication Union Loop Attenuation Longitudinal Conversion Loss Loop Diagnostic Loop Diagnostic Mode Forced Link Layer Control TR-105 Issue 1 Minimum time between an Exit from the L2 state and the next Entry into the L2 state Minimum time between an Entry into the L2 state and the first Power Trim in the L2 state and between two consecutive Power Trims in the L2 State Maximum aggregate transmit power reduction that can be performed at transition of L0 to L2 state Total maximum aggregate transmit power reduction that can be performed in an L2 state Media Access Control Maximum BER Maximum Nominal Aggregate Transmit Power Maximum Nominal transmit Power Spectral Density Maximum Signal to Noise Ratio Margin Management Information Base Minimum Signal to Noise Ratio Margin 13 of 69 L2-ATPR L2-ATPRT MAC MAXBER MAXNOMATP MAXNOMPSD MAXSNRM MIB MINSNRM February 2010 © The Broadband Forum.

All rights reserved. Administration and Maintenance Overhead Channel Online Reconfiguration Poly Ethylene (cable type) Power Management State Enabling Power Management State Forced Plain Old Telephone Service Power Spectral Density Packet Transfer Mode Quiet Line Noise Quiet Line Noise PSD Measurement Time Quiet Line Noise representation Resolution Bandwidth Request for Comments Radio Frequency Interference Notches Embedded Operations Channel Signal Attenuation Severely Errored Second SNR(f) Signal to Noise Ratio Signal to Noise Ratio Margin SNR(f) Measurement Time SNR(f) representation Seamless Rate Adaptation System Under Test Target Signal to Noise Ratio Margin Technical Report Un-Available Seconds Upstream Very high speed digital subscriber line transceivers 2 Virtual Noise xTU Transmission System Enabling TR-105 Issue 1 February 2010 © The Broadband Forum.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan MSGMIN NA NOMPSD OAM OHC OLR PE PMMode PMSF POTS PSD PTM QLN QLNMT QLNps RBW RFC RFIBANDS EOC SATN SES SNR SNRM SNRMT SNRps SRA SUT TARSNRM TR UAS US VDSL2 VN XTSE Message based overhead Minimum rate North America Nominal transmit Power Spectral Density Operations. 14 of 69 .

1 7. HLINSCus HLINpsds.1.997.2.5.2.2.19.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan 2.3.2 7.5 7.3.3.3.1.1. ACTATPus ATTNDRds.6.1.4 7.2.1.1.26.5 7.3.1. BITSpsus CARMASKds.6 7. ATTNDRus BITSpsds.3 7. 7.29.9. 7. 7.1.3.1.2.3.1.13 7.3. 7.5.5.3.1.6.5.ATPR L2.2.1.1.2. All rights reserved.1.1.5.8 7.12 7. HLOGMTus HLOGpsds.1.3.2.1.4 7.2.26. 7.5.6.3.2.5 7.2 7.2.2. 7.1.26. MSGMINus NFEC PMSF February 2010 Section in G.3.3.1.3.2. 7. MAXNOMATPus MAXNOMPSDds. 7. HLINpsus HLOGMTds.1. 7.5. 7.26.3.1.2.2.2.2.4.2. MAXSNRMus MINSNRMds. 7.1.7 7.1 7.1.24.29.26.5.3.3. 7.2.1.1. MINSNRMus MSGMINds.1 7.1.5.2.1.1.1 7.26.1.3.5.3.1.5.25 7.5.26.1.9 7.5.5.1.3. HLOGpsus LATNds.1.3.10 7.3.8 7.1.3.3.2.1.6 7.5.3.5.1.6 7.2.5 G.1.1.5.3.3.1. CARMASKus CV-C CV-CFE DPBO ES-L ES-LFE FORCEINP Full initialization count Failed full initialization count HLINSCds.2 7.1.1 Parameters Parameter Actual Data Rate ACTATPds.1. MAXNOMPSDus MAXSNRMds.1 7.20 7.7 7.3.1.3 © The Broadband Forum.1 7.1.5.2 7. LATNus LDSF Line power management state L0-TIME L2-TIME L2.5.26.3.1.5.1.7 7.1.1.1.5. TR-105 Issue 1 15 of 69 .2 7.1.997.3.5. 7.ATPRT LSYMB MAXBER MAXNOMATPds.5.1.1.10 7.6.1 7. 7.2.

7.1. SNRMTus SNRpsds.3.5.10 7.1.5.5.1. 7.2 7.3.3.4. 7.6 7.1.1.3. All rights reserved.3.5. 7.4.2 7.3.1.3.4.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan PMMode Previous Data Rate PSDMASKds.1. 7.9.3 7.1.1.9.1. 7.3.4.2.3.1.5. 7. SNRMus SNRMODEds.3.1.1.2.5.28.4.3.10 7.4. 7.5.2 7. 7.2.3.1. QLNMTus QLNpsds.5. 16 of 69 . RA-MODEus RA-USNRMds.12 7.27.1.4.3.5.7. 7. RA-DTIMEus RA-MODEds.1 TR-105 Issue 1 February 2010 © The Broadband Forum.5.5 7.5 7.2 7.3. PSDMASKus QLNMTds.1.3.1.3.13.4.2.1.3. RA-USNRMus RA-UTIMEds.3.1. RA-DSNRMus RA-DTIMEds.1.1.2.1.1.1.27.5.1. TARSNRMus UAS-L UAS-LFE XTSE 7.1.1.3.1. SNRpsus TARSNRMds.28.5.5.4 7. 7.3 7.1.1. 7.28.6 7. RA-UTIMEus RFEC RFIBANDS SATNds.2.1.1.3.1.1.4. SNRMODEus SNRMTds.1.16 7.4. QLNpsus RA-DSNRMds.5.3. 7.2 7.11.5.1.2.2.3.2.4 7.1. SATNus SES-L SES-LFE SNRMds.8 7.1.1.6. 7.27.7.4 7.12 7.1.1.1.1.27.1.6 7.2.3.3.2.28.4 7.7.

For details on guidelines for configuration of the L2 mode refer to TR-202 “ADSL2/ADSL2plus Low-Power Mode Configuration Guidelines” [9]. 3. L2 mode is the basic tool for enabling power reduction. 17 of 69 .ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 3 3. February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. 3. All rights reserved. Its usage may lead to a significant reduction of power consumption in ADSL2/2plus systems.1 Technical Report Impact Energy Efficiency TR-105 contains a test to verify the functionality of the L2 low power mode.3 Security TR-105 has no impact on Security.2 IPv6 TR-105 has no impact on IPv6.

test configurations. For tests that do require data layer Figure 4-2 SHALL be used. 4.1. the traffic switch or simulator MAY be removed if traffic simulator/analyzer in use is capable of terminating the traffic directly from the ATU-C. All rights reserved. Noise Source Noise Source High Z High Z ATU-C Line Simulator ATU-R Figure 4-1 General Test Configuration Noise Source Noise Source High Z High Z Traffic Switch /Simulator ATU-C Line Simulator ATU-R Traffic Simulator/Analyzer Figure 4-2 Test Setup for Configurations Using Data Layer February 2010 © The Broadband Forum.1 [15]) and it MAY be integrated in the noise sources as well. 18 of 69 .ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 4 Test Structure This chapter contains all the specifications and information required for building the basic testing environment (e.996. The high impedance crosstalk injection circuit (HI-Z) SHALL be used for injecting the impairment (section 5.g.1/G. Different configurations and settings needed for specific test cases are defined in the related section. When using the test setup with traffic analyzer present.2. setup of the simulated network environment.1 Test Configurations For tests that do not require data layer Figure 4-1 SHALL be used. main settings of the equipment under test) for ADSL2/2plus test cases defined in this test plan.

997. As this is a transceiver test plan the use of a MIB is not implied. All rights reserved.2 System Under Test (SUT) Settings Configuration is based on a set of common line settings as defined in Table 4-1 and Table 4-2. operation mode (XTSE) and rate adaptation mode (RA-Mode). For configuration and reporting parameters the nomenclature as defined in G. Deviations from these test profiles and/or common line settings are indicated in the description of each test or test section. Any parameter may be translated into a local parameter.Alternative Test Configuration for PSD Measurement Tests 4.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Test Instrument Spectrum Analyzer or Wideband Power Meter High-Z Probe ATU-C or ATU-R 100 ohm Figure 4-3 . General line settings define latency and INP settings as shown in Table 4-3.1 [4] is used. 19 of 69 . February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. Specific test profiles additionally define settings for net data rates.Test Configuration for PSD Measurement Tests Test Instrument ATU-C or ATU-R BALUN 100:50 ohm Spectrum Analyzer or Wideband Power Meter Figure 4-4. These setting are shown in Table 4-4 and Table 4-5.

992.992.3. G.2.5 MIB PSD mask applicable to Annex M 20 of 69 February 2010 © The Broadband Forum.2.2.3 dBm 12.3.992.5) Annex A default value (A.no additional PSD restrictions default .992. All rights reserved.5 dBm 13. G.5) CARMASKds CARMASKus PSDMASKds PSDMASKus G.992.1 Line Settings Table 4-1 List of Common Line Settings for ADSL2/2plus Functionality Tests Parameter All parameters but those specified below Power management state forced (PMSF) Power management state enabling (PMMode) Loop diagnostic mode forced (LDSF) Automode cold start forced DPBO Latency/Bearer MSGMINds MSGMINus TARSNRMds TARSNRMus MAXSNRMds MAXSNRMus MINSNRMds MINSNRMus MAXNOMPSDds MAXNOMPSDus NOMPSDds NOMPSDus MAXNOMATPds Setting Default value 0 0 0 0 off one/one 6 kbps 6 kbps 6 dB 6 dB 511 511 0 dB 0 dB -40 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz -40 dBm/Hz -38 dBm/Hz 19.992.2/G.5) Annex B default value (B.9 dBm 19.992.1.2/G.no additional PSD restrictions Description Single latency path and Single Frame Bearer operation 511 is a special value that indicates that the maximum noise margin value is effectively infinite MAXNOMATPus default value default value default value default value Annex A default value (A.2/G.3. .992.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 4.3.992. G.992.3.2/G.1.3 dBm default-no masking used default-no masking used default .5 MIB PSD mask G.2. G.5) Annex B default value (B.3.2.

5 Annex B as per Table 7-1/TR-100 [8] ADSL2plus Annex B 27dB@1MHz ADSL2plus Annex B 72dB@1MHz Description PSD mask at the exchange E-side electrical length Model of loss of E-side cable (NOTE) DPBOESCMA DPBOESCMB DPBOESCMC DPBOMUS 0. A2P_CAB72.1924 0.5 MIB RFI notches for PSDMASKds INP shall be computed as INP_no_erasure according to formula in Table 7-7/G. 21 of 69 .2086 -95 dBm/Hz DPBOFMIN 138 kHz 138 kHz 254 kHz 254 kHz DPBOFMAX 2208 kHz 2208 kHz 2208 kHz 2208 kHz Minimum usable receive PSD Minimum frequency from which on the DPBO SHALL be applied Maximum frequency up to which the DPBO SHALL be applied NOTE: the values of DPBOESCMA. B2P_CAB27.2086 -95 dBm/Hz 0. B2P_CAB72 Parameter All parameters but those below DPBOEPSD DPBOESEL A2P_CAB27 A2P_CAB72 G. All rights reserved.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Table 4-1 (continued) Parameter Upstream PSD mask selection RFIBANDS MAXBER FORCEINP SNRMODEds SNRMODEus Setting EU-56 none 1E-7 TRUE 1 1 TR-105 Issue 1 Description Applicable to G. February 2010 © The Broadband Forum.1924 0.992.5960 0.1924 0.992.5960 0.2086 -95 dBm/Hz 0.3.992.1924 0. B and C are referred to a PE 0.992.2086 -95 dBm/Hz 0.4mm loop model.5960 0.992.5 Annex A as per Table 7-1/TR-100 [8] ADSL2plus Annex A 27dB@1MHz ADSL2plus Annex A 72dB@1MHz B2P_CAB27 B2P_CAB72 G. Table 4-2 Common Line Settings with DPBO for Band-profiles A2P_CAB27.5960 0.5 Annex M G.

5 I-16/2 I-8/8 I-16/4 I-8/1 I-8/0.3 An.A G.5 Minimum INP Maximum delay Minimum INP Maximum delay Minimum INP Maximum delay Minimum INP Maximum delay Minimum INP Maximum delay Minimum INP Maximum delay Minimum INP Maximum delay 0 symbols 2 ms 0.2.997. All rights reserved.5 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 General line setting US F-1/0 I-16/0.A G.3 An.3 An.3 An.3 An.992.A G.1 section 7.A G.A RA-Mode AT_INIT AT_INIT MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL DS net data rate(kbit/s) (max.5 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 XTSE G.5 symbols 16 ms 2 symbols 16 ms 8 symbols 8 ms 4 symbols 16 ms 1 symbol 8 ms 0.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 4.5 symbols 8 ms Table 4-4 Specific Test Profiles Specific Test Profile A2_RA_F_16000k A2_RA_I1/2_16000k A2_Fix_F_7288k A2_Fix_I_7288k A2_Fix_F_5952k A2_Fix_I_5952k A2_Fix_F_2400k General line setting DS F-1/0 I-16/0.992.992.A G.992. 22 of 69 .3 An.3 An.3.992.992.2.A G.992.min) 16000-32 16000-32 7288-7288 7288-7288 5952-5952 5952-5952 2400-2400 US net data rate(kbit/s) (max-min) 2016-32 2016-32 800-800 800-800 640-640 640-640 352-352 February 2010 © The Broadband Forum.2 Test Profiles Table 4-3 General line settings General line settings F-1/0 Parameter Minimum INP Maximum delay Setting 0 symbols S1 Description Special value S1 as defined in G.2 indicates that S and D SHALL be selected such that S ≤ 1 and D=1 One way interleaving delay S*D/4 One way interleaving delay S*D/4 One way interleaving delay S*D/4 One way interleaving delay S*D/4 One way interleaving delay S*D/4 One way interleaving delay S*D/4 One way interleaving delay S*D/4 I-2/0 I-16/0.

A G.5 An.A G.992.A G.3 An.B G.992.3 An.B G.A G.992.3 An.A G.992.992.5 An.5 XTSE G. 23 of 69 .5 An.5 An.B G.992.5 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 I-8/8 I-8/8 F-1/0 I-16/2 I-16/4 I-16/4 F-1/0 I-16/2 I-16/4 I-16/4 I-8/1 General line setting US I-16/2 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 F-1/0 F-1/0 I-16/2 I-16/0.5 An.5 An.992.A G.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Table 4-4 (continued) Specific Test Profile A2_Fix_I_2400k A2_Fix_I_1200k B2_RA_F_16000k B2_RA_I_16000k B2_Fix_F_7288k B2_Fix_I_7288k B2_Fix_F_3456k A2P_RA_F_30000k A2P_SRA_F_30000k A2P RA_I_30000k A2P RA_I1/2_30000k A2P_Fix_F_10000k A2P_Fix_I_10000k A2P Fix_F_7288k A2P Fix_I_7288k A2P Fix_F_5952k A2P Fix_I_5952k A2P_Fix_F_2400k A2P Fix_I_2400k B2P_RA_F_30000k B2P_SRA_F_30000k B2P RA_I_30000k B2P_Fix_F_10000k B2P_Fix_I_10000k B2P Fix_F_7288k B2P Fix_I_7288k B2P Fix_F_3456k B2P Fix_I_3456k A2P RA_I8_30000k B2P RA_I8_30000k A2P_Fix_F_600k A2P_Fix_I_600k A2_RA_I4_30000k A2P_RA_I4_30000k B2P_Fix_F_864k B2P_Fix_I_864k B2_RA_I4_30000k B2P_RA_I4_30000k M2P RA_I1_30000k TR-105 Issue 1 General line setting DS I-16/2 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 F-1/0 F-1/0 I-16/2 I-16/0.5 An.B G.A G.5 An.A G.B G.992.A G.992.A G.B G.M RA-Mode MANUAL MANUAL AT_INIT AT_INIT MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL AT_INIT DYNAMIC AT_INIT AT_INIT MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL AT_INIT DYNAMIC AT_INIT MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL MANUAL AT_INIT AT_INIT MANUAL MANUAL AT_INIT AT_INIT MANUAL MANUAL AT_INIT AT_INIT AT_INIT DS net data rate(kbit/s) (max.992.992.5 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 I-8/2 I-8/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 I-16/2 I-16/2 F-1/0 I-16/2 I-16/2 I-16/2 I-8/0.5 An.992.A G.A G.5 An.992.5 An.B G.B G.5 An.5 An.992.B G.992.992.B G.992.A G.992.5 An.992.5 An.992.A G.5 An.992.992.992.5 An.B G.992.992.3 An.992.5 An.992.992.A G.5 An.992.5 An.5 An.992.A G.B G.5 An.B G.5 An. All rights reserved.3 An.3 An.5 An.B G.992.3 An.5 An.5 An.992.B G.B G.992.min) 2400-2400 1200-1200 16000-32 16000-32 7288-7288 7288-7288 3456-3456 30000-32 30000-32 30000-32 30000-32 10000-10000 10000-10000 7288-7288 7288-7288 5952-5952 5952-5952 2400-2400 2400-2400 30000-32 30000-32 30000-32 10000-10000 10000-10000 7288-7288 7288-7288 3456-3456 3456-3456 30000-32 30000-32 600-600 600-600 30000-32 30000-32 864-864 864-864 30000-32 30000-32 30000-32 US net data rate(kbit/s) (max-min) 352-352 224-224 2016-32 2016-32 800-800 800-800 448-448 2016-32 2016-32 2016-32 2016-32 832-832 832-832 800-800 800-800 640-640 640-640 352-352 352-352 2016-32 2016-32 2016-32 832-832 832-832 800-800 800-800 448-448 448-448 2016-32 2016-32 128-128 128-128 2016-32 2016-32 160-160 160-160 2016-32 2016-32 4032-32 February 2010 © The Broadband Forum.992.B G.B G.992.5 An.992.992.992.992.A G.5 An.3 An.B G.3 An.A G.A G.5 An.5 An.

5 Annex B ClassAmand_24k G. 64. 352. 320 1/11  S  64 16002 1.5 An. 32. 2. G. 224. 384. 511 1/16  S  64 16002 February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. 96. 416.992. 4.992. 2.992.5 Annex A ClassAopt_16k 2. 32. 64 1/3  S  64 16002 1.992. 224. 96. 8. 128. 8. 256. G.5 An.3 Downstream Framing-Memory Classes Downstream framing memory classes are defined in Table 4-6. G. 16. 320.992.992. 448.992. 320. 256. G. 4.5 Annex B ClassAopt_16k Parameter/ condition (DS) D value 1/S value DS delay octets (NFEC–1)*(D–1) D value 1/S value DS delay octets (NFEC–1)*(D–1) D value 1/S value DS delay octets (NFEC–1)*(D–1) D value 1/S value DS delay octets (NFEC–1)*(D–1) Value 1. 128. 160. 160. Table 4-6 Downstream Framing memory Classes Classes of supported downstream framing set/memory G. 16.A AT_INIT G.B AT_INIT G.5 An. G.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Table 4-5 Specific Test Profiles with DPBO Specific Test Profile A2P_CAB27_ RA_F_30000k A2P_CAB72_ RA_F_30000k B2P_CAB27_ RA_F_30000k B2P_CAB72_ RA_F_30000k TR-105 Issue 1 Bandprofile A2P_CAB27 A2P_CAB72 B2P_CAB27 B2P_CAB72 General line setting DS F-1/0 F-1/0 F-1/0 F-1/0 General line setting US F-1/0 F-1/0 F-1/0 F-1/0 XTSE RA-Mode DS net data rate(kbit/s) (max.992.2. 4.5 Annex B ClassAmand_16k G.5 optional (ITU) extended framing set 16k memory (FC4): 1. 32.992. 64. 64.5 mandatory (ETSI) extended framing set 24k memory (FC3): 1. 8. 32.992.992. 384 1/11  S  64 24000 1. 16. 288.5 Annex A ClassB_16k 2.5 mandatory (ITU) standard framing set 16k memory (FC1): 1. 128.A AT_INIT G.992.992.992. 224.min) 30000-32 30000-32 30000-32 30000-32 US net data rate(kbit/s) (max-min) 2016-32 2016-32 2016-32 2016-32 G. 192.5 Annex A ClassAmand_16k 2. 288.5 Annex A ClassAmand_24k 2. 160. 2. G. 288. 24 of 69 .5 Annex B ClassB_16k G.B AT_INIT 4. G. 352. 16.992. 96. 192. All rights reserved.5 mandatory (ETSI) extended framing set 16k memory (FC2): 1. G. 2. 4. 256. 480.992. 8. 192.5 An.

1 Loop Models The common loop model for the Annex A North American testing is straight 26 AWG loop defined in ANSI T1. 320.1 Vendor ID Version Number Serial Number ADSL operation mode tested ADSL optional features tested TPS-TC encapsulation tested (ATM.3 Test Plan Passing Criteria For an SUT to pass this Test Plan for one of the ADSL Annexes in this test plan. 288. 4. 480. 416. 4.994. 8. The noise model for the Annex B testing is defined in Annex B/TR-100 [8]. 192.4 Test Setup 4.4. 448.ATU-C Feature Table Feature Specification System Vendor ID G. 25 of 69 . All rights reserved. G. 2. 4. Table 4-7 . 16. 511 1/16  S  64 DS delay octets 24000 (NFEC–1)*(D–1) 4. 32. it is required that the SUT passes the mandatory test cases applicable to that operation mode and supported type of the TPS-TC layer.2 Noise Models The noise model for the Annex A North American testing is defined in Annex A. The common loop model for the Annex B testing is straight homogeneous loops ETSI loop #1 defined in ETSI TS 101 388 [11].1/TR-100 [8].5 optional (ITU) extended framing set 24k memory (FC5): 1. The noise model for the Annex A European testing is defined in Annex A. 128. G.3/TR-100 [8]. 384.992. The common loop models for the Annex A European testing are straight homogeneous loops ETSI loop #1 (PE04) defined in ETSI TS 101 388 [11] and ETSI loop #1 (TP100) defined in ETSI TS 101 271 [13]. 256.992.417 issue 2 [10]. 160.2/TR-100 [8] and Annex A A.5 Annex B ClassAopt_24k Parameter/ condition (DS) D value 1/S value Value TR-105 Issue 1 1. 352. 96. PTM) February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. 64.5 Equipment Feature Tables The listed tables SHALL be filled with the requested information before starting the tests in order to have all the information about the system under test and to have a reproducible test environment.992.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Table 4-6 (continued) Classes of supported downstream framing set/memory G.5 Annex A ClassAopt_24k 2.4. 224. 4.

PTM) 4.1 Vendor ID Version Number Serial Number ADSL operation mode tested ADSL optional features tested TPS-TC encapsulation tested (ATM.994. All rights reserved. February 2010 © The Broadband Forum.ATU-R Feature Table Specification TR-105 Issue 1 Feature System Vendor ID G.6 Equation for Estimating BER See Table 7-12/TR-100 [8] The equations for estimating BER.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Table 4-8 . 26 of 69 .

I-8/8 and I-16/4. interleaving delay and impulse noise protection.1. configure the SUT for operation in a fixed interleaved specific test profile with general line setting I-16/2 in downstream and upstream. (3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.1 for the test configuration. For each general test profile: (1) Reported actual net data rate in downstream (net_act_ds) SHALL be: net_min_ds  net_act_ds  (net_min_ds + 8) kbps. (2) Reported actual net data rate in upstream (net_act_us) SHALL be: net_min_us  net_act_us  (net_min_us + 8) kbps. where net_min_ds is the minimum data rate in DS specified for the test profile under test. (4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the loop. (5) Actual number of reported CVs SHALL not increase by more than 1 during the measurement period.2 Fixed data rate operation in the fast mode Table 5-2 Fixed data rate operation in the fast mode Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. configure the SUT for operation in the fixed rate specific test profile with general line setting F-1/0 in downstream and upstream.1 for the test configuration. February 2010 27 of 69 . (6) Actual number of reported SESs SHALL not increase during the measurement period.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 5 5. where net_min_us is the minimum data rate in US specified for the test profile under test. (4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the loop.5. © The Broadband Forum. (3) Document the reported actual data rate. (5) Repeat steps (1) to (4) with general line settings I-2/0. (4) Reported actual interleaving delay SHALL be  delay_max. (2) According to the Annex to be tested. (4) Record the CV counts and SES counts for 1 minute. All rights reserved. (1) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.1. (2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization for bit swaps to settle.1 Fixed data rate operation in the interleaved mode Table 5-1 Fixed data rate operation in the interleaved mode Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. I-16/0. (3) Reported actual INP SHALL be  INP_min. (2) According to the Annex to be tested. (3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B. Method of Procedure Expected Result 5.1 Physical –Layer Tests Net Data Rate Test 5.

configure the SUT for operation in a rate adaptive specific test profile with general line setting I-16/2 in downstream and upstream. (2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization for bit swaps to settle. Record the CV counts and SES counts for 1 minute. © The Broadband Forum. (4) Reported actual interleaving delay SHALL be  delay_max.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Method of Procedure Expected Result (1) (2) (3) (4) (1) TR-105 Issue 1 Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync. (4) Record the CV counts and SES counts for 1 minute. All rights reserved. (2) According to the Annex to be tested. (1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync. where net_min_ds is the minimum data rate in DS specified for the test profile under test. where net_min_ds and net_max_ds are the minimum and maximum downstream data rate specified for the test profile under test. Wait 1 minute following synchronization for bit swaps to settle.5. Document the reported actual data rate. (3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B. (6) Actual number of reported SESs SHALL not increase during the measurement period. (5) Repeat steps (1) to (4) with general line settings I-2/0. (2) Reported actual net data rate in upstream (net_act_us) SHALL be: net_min_us  net_act_us  net_max_us kbps. I-16/0. (3) Reported actual INP SHALL be  INP_min. (5) Actual number of reported CVs SHALL not increase by more than 1 during the measurement period. interleaving delay and impulse noise protection.3 Rate adaptive operation in the interleaved mode Table 5-3 Rate adaptive operation in the interleaved mode Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (2) Reported actual net data rate in upstream (net_act_us) SHALL be: net_min_us  net_act_us  (net_min_us + 8) kbps. (4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the loop. where net_min_us is the minimum data rate in US specified for the test profile under test. Method of Procedure Expected Result February 2010 28 of 69 . 5. (4) Actual number of reported SESs SHALL not increase during the measurement period. (3) Document the reported actual data rate. Reported actual net data rate in downstream (net_act_ds) SHALL be: net_min_ds  net_act_ds  (net_min_ds + 8) kbps. For each general line setting: (1) Reported actual net data rate in downstream (net_act_ds) SHALL be: net_min_ds  net_act_ds  net_max_ds kbps. I-8/8 and I-16/4.1 for the test configuration. where net_min_us and and net_max_us are the minimum and maximum upstream data rate specified for the test profile under test.1. (3) Actual number of reported CVs shall not increase by more than 1 during the measurement period.

(4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the loop. (3) Record the actual interleaving delay for upstream (reported_delay_1_US) and downstream (reported_delay_1_DS). (3) Actual number of reported CVs shall not increase by more than 1 during the measurement period. where net_min_us and net_max_us are the minimum and maximum upstream data rate specified for the test profile under test. Table 5-5 Interleaving Delay Test Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B. (3) Document the reported actual data rate. use an Ethernet frame size of 512 bytes. All rights reserved. © The Broadband Forum.4 Rate adaptive operation in the fast mode Table 5-4 Rate adaptive operation in the fast mode Test Configuration TR-105 Issue 1 Method of Procedure Expected Result (1) See Section 4. (1) Reported actual net data rate in downstream (net_act_ds) SHALL be: net_min_ds  net_act_ds  net_max_ds kbps. (1) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.1 for the test configuration. (3) Set loop for NULL loop without noise. configure the SUT for operation in the specific test profile using the general line setting I8/2. (4) Run Section 26. configure the SUT for operation in the rate adaptive specific test profile with general line setting F-1/0 in downstream and upstream.1 for the test configuration. (2) Reported actual net data rate in upstream (net_act_us) SHALL be: net_min_us  net_act_us  net_max_us kbps. (4) Record the CV counts and SES counts for 1 minute. (2) According to the Annex to be tested.1. (1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync. (4) Set the traffic generator/analyzer to send frames in one direction with destination MAC address equal to the unicast source MAC address of frames sent in the opposite direction. (5) Set the ATU-R modem for bridged mode with LLC encapsulation. Set the throughput rate to 90% of the maximum achievable net data rate.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan 5. 5. (2) According to the Annex to be tested. where net_min_ds and net_max_ds are the minimum and maximum downstream data rate specified for the test profile under test.2 Interleaving Delay Test The purpose of this test is to verify the validity of interleaving delay. (2) Wait 1 minute after reaching Showtime.2/RFC 2544 [5] delay test using traffic analyzer. (2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization for bit swaps to settle. Method of Procedure February 2010 29 of 69 . It assumes that the system delay without the interleaving delay is constant within a tolerance of 1ms and that the reported interleaving delay is equal to the actual delay. (4) Actual number of reported SESs SHALL not increase during the measurement period.

(4) Document the actual interleaving delay and impulse noise protection.delta_delay_2_US| ≤ 1 ms (4) |delta_delay_1_DS .reported_delay_1_DS (7) Configure the SUT in the specific test profile using the general line setting I-16/2.reported_delay_2_US delta_delay_2_DS = system_delay_2_DS. (13) Define “delta_delay_2” as the system delay without the interleaving delay in upstream and downstream: delta_delay_2_US = system_delay_2_US.reported_delay_2_DS (1) reported_delay_1_US ≤ 8 ms and reported_delay_1_DS ≤ 8 ms (2) reported_delay_2_US ≤ 16 ms and reported_delay_2_DS ≤ 16 ms (3) |delta_delay_1_US . -110dBm/Hz and 15 impulses © The Broadband Forum.1 the test configuration. (5) Record the CV. (10) Record the actual interleaving delay for upstream (reported_delay_2_ US) and downstream (reported_delay_2_DS).ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Expected Result (5) Record the result as system_delay_1_US and system_delay_1_DS.delta_delay_2_DS| ≤ 1 ms 5. (6) Test the ATU-R modem by repeating step (1) to (5). use an Ethernet frame size of 512 bytes. ES count and SES count for 1 minute during step (3).3 Impulse Noise Protection Test The purpose of this test is to verify the presence of impulse noise protection controls and their correct functional implementation. which otherwise is the same as the specific test profile of TC(2). (6) Define “delta_delay_1” as the system delay without the interleaving delay in upstream and downstream: delta_delay_1_US = system_delay_1_US. (4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at the ATU-R and 110dBm/Hz at the ATU-C. (1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync. (3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1 km PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B. Set the throughput rate to 90% of the maximum achievable net data rate. (11) Run Section 26.2/RFC 2544 [5] delay test using traffic analyzer. All rights reserved. (9) Wait 1 minute after reaching Showtime. and injecting 140dBm/Hz AWGN at the ATU-C. (12) Record the result as system_delay_2_US and system_delay_2_DS.reported_delay_1_US delta_delay_1_DS = system_delay_1_DS. (2) Wait for 1 minute after initialization. (3) Inject 15 impulses spaced at least 1 second apart into the circuit at the ATU-C end of the line simulator over a maximum of one minute period. Each impulse SHALL be a “burst of pseudorandom AWGN” of length (INP_min-1)240µs – 15µs at a level of -90dBm/Hz differential mode. (8) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync. Method of Procedure February 2010 30 of 69 . (2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in rate adaptive mode and in general line settings I-16/2 and I-16/4. Table 5-6 Impulse Noise Protection Test Test Configuration (1) See Section 4.

3 [2]. (5) Record the CV count and SES count for 1 minute during step (4) in both channels.2/RFC 2544 [5] delay test using traffic analyzer in both channels. No SES SHALL be observed during the test.4 (4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at the ATU-R and 110dBm/Hz at the ATU-C. (2) Wait for 1 minute after initialization. The number of reported ES SHALL be  1. Each impulse SHALL be a “burst of pseudorandom AWGN” of 225µs duration at a level of -90dBm/Hz differential mode.Configure channel 1 (path #0) in general line setting I-16/2. the Type 1 OLR on-line reconfiguration operation as defined in section 10. February 2010 31 of 69 . (4) No SES SHALL be observed during the test. and injecting 140dBm/Hz AWGN at the ATU-C.992. The number of reported CV SHALL be  1. -110dBm/Hz and 15 impulses defined in (4) SHALL be injected at the ATU-R. 5.4 Dual Latency Test (OPTIONAL) Table 5-7 Dual Latency Test (1) See Section 4. (2) The number of reported CV in channel 1 SHALL be  1. Reported actual INP SHALL be  INP_min. (4) Inject 15 impulses spaced at least 1 second apart into the circuit at the ATU-C end of the line simulator over a maximum of a one minute period. (1) The measured delay in channel 2 SHALL be lower than that of channel 1. and channel 2 (path #1) in F-1/0. (2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in a rate adaptive mode and general line settings F-1/0 and I-16/2. Table 5-8 DS Bit Swapping Test Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. Record the result delay_1 for channel 1 and delay_2 for channel 2.5 On-Line Reconfiguration Test 5. (2) Configure the SUT for ADSL2plus Annex specific test profile in the rate adaptive dual latency operation (PMS-TC path #0 and #1). Test Configuration Method of Procedure Expected Result 5. (6) Test the ATU-R modem by repeating step(1) to (5). All rights reserved. (3) The number of reported CV in channel 1 SHALL be less than that of channel 2. Reported actual interleaving delay SHALL be  delay_max.5. (1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Expected Result (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) defined in (3) SHALL be injected at the ATU-R.1 Bitswapping Test The purpose of this test is to verify that the ATU-C and ATU-R support the bit swapping. use an Ethernet frame size of 1518 bytes .2 of G.1 for the test configuration. and maximum net data rates: © The Broadband Forum. (3) Set up the line simulator for 2400 ft 26AWG or 750 m PE 0. (3) Run Section 26.1 for the test configuration.

(2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in a rate adaptive mode and general line settings F-1/0 and I-16/2. Wait for 1 minute for bit swapping to settle. Randomly select an integer value.1 [4]. Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the loop. Record and report the value of n used. All single frequency tones SHALL be sine-shaped at a constant frequency while the tone amplitude applied is referenced in terms of power levels (dBm) at the injection point on the loop. The power of the interfering tone SHALL be -110 dBm or less. The number of reported CV SHALL be <= 1. (5) All single frequency tones SHALL be sine-shaped at a constant frequency while the tone amplitude applied is referenced in terms of power levels (dBm) at the injection point on the loop. February 2010 32 of 69 . Increase the power of the interfering tone selected in (3) to -50 dBm. n. Ensure that the tone selected has assigned bits as described in the relevant bits per tone map. Table 5-9 US Bit Swapping Test Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. All rights reserved. limited by the noise floor of the test equipment used for calibration. The bit allocation recorded in step (8) SHALL differ from the bit allocation in step (5). the tone number in the range of 70 to 100 for ADSL2. and 300 to 400 for ADSL2plus. 512 kbps in upstream  ADSL2plus: 16000 kbps in downstream.997.1/G. and maximum net data rates:  ADSL2: 7000 kbps in downstream.29.1 [4].1. 800 kbps in upstream Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B. (4) Set the noise generator to -140dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the loop. calibrated © The Broadband Forum. Record the CV and SES counts for 1 minute in the downstream direction. Wait for 1 minute for bit swapping to settle.29.997.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 (3) (4) (5) Method of Procedure (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Expected Result (1) (2) (3) (4)  ADSL2: 7000 kbps in downstream.5. Note that with a 1kHz resolution bandwidth the power spectral density value (in dBm/Hz) will be 30 dB less than the power level (in dBm). Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync. calibrated with the ATU-R and ATU-C modems replaced with calibrated 100 Ohm ±1% resistors.1 for the test configuration. Record the bits allocation table as per section 7.5. There SHALL be no retrain during the test. Measurements performed into a 1kHz resolution bandwidth.1/G. 512 kbps in upstream  ADSL2plus: 16000 kbps in downstream. 800 kbps in upstream (3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B.1. Record the bits allocation table as per section 7. No SES shall be recorded during the measurement period.

Functional SRA test – Upstream All sub-tests are REQUIRED for the SUT to pass the SRA test. limited by the noise floor of the test equipment used for calibration. © The Broadband Forum. 5. There SHALL be no retrain during the test. and SRA parameter set 1 from Table 5-10. Record and report the value of n used.2/G.997. All rights reserved. Increase the power of the interfering tone selected in (3) to -50 dBm.2/G.2 Seamless Rate Adaptation Test (OPTIONAL) The purpose of this test is to verify the functionality of the SRA. Wait for 1 minute for bit swapping to settle. For each profile the test SHALL be performed for both parameter sets: 1 and 2. Record the bits allocation table as per section 7. the tone number in the range of 10 to 20 for Annex A and 40 to 50 for Annex B.992.Downstream Test Configuration (1) See Section 4.5. The test SHALL be performed for general line setting F-1/0. (4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the loop.1 for the test configuration. Table 5-10 DSLAM Functional SRA test configuration Parameter Set RA-USNRM (dB) 1 9 2 21 RA-UTIME (s) 30 60 RA-DSNRM (dB) 3 9 RA-DTIME (s) 10 20 TARSNRM (dB) 6 15 This test is divided into 2 sub-tests: 1. The bit allocation recorded in step (8) SHALL differ from the bit allocation in step (5). Record the bits allocation table as per section 7. Record the CV and SES counts for 1 minute in the upstream direction.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Method of Procedure (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Expected Result (1) (2) (3) (4) with the ATU-R and ATU-C modems replaced with calibrated 100 Ohm ±1% resistors.1 [4]. Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync. Measurements performed into a 1kHz resolution bandwidth.29. (3) Set up the line simulator to 5 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1500m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B. Ensure that the tone selected has assigned bits as described in the relevant bits per tone map.29. February 2010 33 of 69 .1. The power of the interfering tone SHALL be -110 dBm or less. The number of reported CV SHALL be <= 1. Wait for 1 minute for bit swapping to settle. Note that with a 1kHz resolution bandwidth the power spectral density value (in dBm/Hz) will be 30 dB less than the power level (in dBm). for the G.997.5 Annex under test. Functional SRA test – Downstream 2.5.5.1 [4].1. (2) Configure the SUT with the Annex relevant test profile A2P_SRA_F_30000k or B2P_SRA_F_30000k. No SES shall be recorded during the measurement period. Randomly select an integer value. Table 5-11 Functional SRA test . n.

(14) Decrease the noise power level by 3 dB at ATU-R side only. (7) Increase the noise power level by 3 dB at ATU-R side only.1. (2) Wait for 1 minute for bitswaps to settle. (1) No retrain SHALL occur during the test. and no SES SHALL be reported. and document as SRA_reported_margin _downshift_ds. (9) Check reported DS margin. (13) Repeat step (11) and step (12) until: RA-USNRM . Downshift functionality sub-test (4) Increase the noise power level by 1 dB at ATU-R side only. then check reported margin. Document DS net data rate as rate_ds. (6) Repeat step (4) and (5) until: RA-DSNRM + 0. and document as SRA_reported_ margin_upshift_ds. Document the estimated BER. (12) Wait for 1 minute. Actual number of CRCs and SESs is the difference between these two counts. SRA_upshift_rate_ds > rate_ds. (3) SRA_downshift_rate_ds < rate_ds. (4) Estimated BER SHALL NOT exceed 1e-7. (3) Check the reported margin.5dB. All rights reserved. (16) Check reported DS margin. (8) Wait for (RA-DTIME + 30) s for SRA to settle.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Method of Procedure TR-105 Issue 1 (1) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync. then check the reported margin. Actual number of CRCs and SESs is the difference between these two counts. (5) Wait for 1 minute.5dB < reported margin at the side under test < RA-USNRM .5dB < reported margin at the side under test < RA-DSNRM + 1. Document the estimated BER. Document DS net data rate as SRA_upshift_rate_ds. Expected Result (18) Repeat the test steps (1) to (17) for SRA parameter set 2. (2) SRA_reported_margin_downshift_ds ≥ RA-DSNRM.0. Document DS net data rate as SRA_downshift_rate_ds. (15) Wait for (RA-UTIME + 30) s for SRA to settle. February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. 34 of 69 . Record the CRC and SES counts at the start and the end of the BER test. (17) Execute a BER test for 7 minutes. Upshift functionality sub-test (11) Decrease the noise power level by 1 dB at ATU-R side only. Record the CRC and SES counts at the start and the end of the BER test. SRA_reported_margin_upshift_ds ≤ RA-USNRM. (10) Execute a BER test for 7 minutes.5dB.

35 of 69 .5dB. and document as SRA_reported_margin _downshift_us.1. Document the estimated BER. (8) Wait for (RA-DTIME + 30) s for SRA to settle. (1) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.5dB < reported margin at the side under test < RA-DSNRM + 1.5dB.Upstream Test Configuration TR-105 Issue 1 Method of Procedure (1) See Section 4. Actual number of CRCs and SESs is the difference between these two counts. (6) Repeat step (4) and (5) until: RA-DSNRM + 0. (4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the loop. (3) Set up the line simulator to 5 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1500m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B. Upshift functionality sub-test (11) Decrease the noise power level by 1 dB at ATU-C side only.1 for the test configuration. Document US net data rate as rate_us. then check reported margin.5dB < reported margin at the side under test < RA-USNRM . All rights reserved. Document US net data rate as SRA_downshift_rate_us. Record the CRC and SES counts at the start and the end of the BER test. (2) Configure the SUT with the Annex relevant test profile. and SRA parameter set 1 from Table 5-10. Expected Result February 2010 (18) Repeat the test steps (1) to (17) for SRA parameter set 2. Downshift functionality sub-test (4) Increase the noise power level by 1 dB at ATU-C side only. then check reported margin. (5) Wait for 1 minute. (14) Decrease the noise power level by 3 dB at ATU-C side only. Actual number of CRCs and SESs is the difference between these two counts.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Table 5-12 Functional SRA test . Document the estimated BER. (7) Increase the noise power level by 3 dB at ATU-C side only. Record the CRC and SES counts at the start and the end of the BER test. and document as SRA_reported_margin _upshift_us. (17) Execute a BER test for 7 minutes. (9) Check reported US margin. © The Broadband Forum. (2) SRA_reported_margin_downshift_us ≥ RA-DSNRM. SRA_reported_margin_upshift_us ≤ RA-USNRM. (12) Wait for 1 minute. (15) Wait for (RA-UTIME + 30) s for SRA to settle. Document US net data rate as SRA_upshift_rate_us. (2) Wait for 1 minute for bitswaps to settle. (16) Check reported US margin.0. (10) Execute a BER test for 7 minutes. A2P_SRA_F_30000k or B2P_SRA_F_30000k. (13) Repeat step (11) and (12) until: RA-USNRM . (3) Check the reported margin. (1) No retrain SHALL occur during the test.

1 and 7. (3) Downstream and upstream linear representation scale factor (HLINSCds.992.1. [3]) and Section 7.997. in both downstream and upstream. All rights reserved.6 Loop Diagnostics Mode Test The purpose of this test is to verify the functionality of the Loop Diagnostic mode. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode.5. (2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode. TR-105 Issue 1 (4) Estimated BER SHALL NOT exceed 1e-7.6. SRA_upshift_rate_us > rate_us.3. 5.1. Loop Diagnostic mode is intended to identify channel conditions at both ends of the loop without transitioning to the L0 state.1 for the test configuration.3 of G. (1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state. G.1 Linear Channel Characteristics Function (HLIN) Test Table 5-13 HLIN Test requested by ATU-C Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. This test is divided into 9 sub-tests: (1) Linear Channel Characteristics Function (HLIN) (2) Logarithmic Channel Characteristics Function (HLOG) Test (3) Quiet Line Noise (QLN) Test (4) Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) Test (5) Loop Attenuation (LATN) Test (6) Signal Attenuation (SATN) Test (7) Signal-to-Noise Ratio Margin (SNRM) Test (8) Attainable Net Data Rate (ATTNDR) Test (9) Actual Aggregate Transmit Power (ACTATP) Test All sub-tests are REQUIRED for the SUT to pass the loop diagnostics mode test.997.1/G. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.26. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.1/G. © The Broadband Forum. 5. and no SES SHALL be reported.3 Dynamic Rate Repartitioning Test (OPTIONAL) For further study.5.992. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested. The modems SHALL return to L3 state after completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode. (3) Collect and record the following parameters for the linear channel characteristics function per subcarrier: HLINSC.5. HLINps. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.1. Method of Procedure Expected Result February 2010 36 of 69 .1 [4]. HLINSCus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section 7.15.26.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan (3) SRA_downshift_rate_us < rate_us. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.5. 5.5 ([2]. Test parameters exchanged during the Loop Diagnostic mode are defined in Section 8.

(4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1. Table 5-14 HLIN Test requested by ATU-R Test Configuration (1) See Section 4.997. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested. (3) Collect and record the following parameters for the linear channel characteristics function per subcarrier: HLINSC. All rights reserved.5. (4) Downstream and upstream H(f) logarithmic representation © The Broadband Forum.5.26. HLINps.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 (4) Downstream and upstream H(f) linear representation (HLINpsds.26. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.5. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode.1.1 for the test configuration. in both downstream and upstream. (3) Collect and record the following parameters: HLOGMT.6. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.3 and 7. HLINpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode.26.997.5. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. (2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode.9 of G.26.9 of G.1 for the test configuration.1.1. Method of Procedure Expected Result 5.3 of G. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.1. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.10 of G.5. HLINSCus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section 7.5.4 and 7. (3) Downstream and upstream HLOG measurement time (HLOGMTds.5. (3) Downstream and upstream linear representation scale (HLINSCds. Method of Procedure Expected Result February 2010 37 of 69 .1.26. HLOGps.1. in both downstream and upstream.1 and 7. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.1.997. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0. (4) Downstream and upstream H(f) linear representation (HLINpsds. (1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.26.3 and 7. (2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.26.5. HLOGMTus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section 7.1.2 Logarithmic Channel Characteristics Function (HLOG) Test Table 5-15 HLOG Test requested by ATU-C Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.1.1. HLINpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7.26. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested.1.1.997.

1. 2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.1.1. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested. All rights reserved.1. (3) Downstream and upstream QLN measurement time (QLNMTds. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop. (3) Collect and record the following parameters: QLNMT.12 of G. 1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.1. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.26.6 and 7.5.12 of G.1 for the test configuration.26. (1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.6 and 7.5.5.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 (HLOGpsds. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested.3 Quiet Line Noise (QLN) Test Table 5-17 QLN Test requested by ATU-C Test Configuration (1) See Section 4.10 of G.1.27.1 and 7. in both downstream and upstream.997. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.1.4 of G.27. HLOGpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7.1. QLNMTus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section 7.1 for the test configuration. HLOGMTus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section 7.1.997.5.1.26. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode.997.26.1. (2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode.5. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0. Method of Procedure Expected Result 5. HLOGpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7. in both downstream and upstream.5. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. HLOGps. (3) Downstream and upstream HLOG measurement time (HLOGMTds. (4) Downstream and upstream H(f) logarithmic representation (HLOGpsds.5. QLNps.6. Method of Procedure Expected Result February 2010 38 of 69 . After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.5. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1. Table 5-16 HLOG Test requested by ATU-R Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (4) Downstream and upstream QLN(f) representation (QLNpsds. 3) Collect and record the following parameters: HLOGMT.26. © The Broadband Forum.26.997. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.4 and 7. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.1.

27. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.1. QLNps. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested.6 of G.5.1.6 of G. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.28.5.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 QLNpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7.1.3 and 7.4 of G. (1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state. (2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.28. SNRMTus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section 7.1 and 7.1. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. Method of Procedure Expected Result 5.27.4 Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR) Test Table 5-19 SNR Test requested by ATU-C Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.997.1. (3) Collect and record the following parameters: SNRMT. (3) Downstream and upstream SNR measurement time (SNRMTds.5. QLNpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested.27.5. SNRps in both downstream and upstream.1.5.3 and 7.997.5.1.28.5.1.997.1 for the test configuration.4 of G.5. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.3 and 7.27. All rights reserved.1 and 7. (3) Downstream and upstream QLN measurement time (QLNMTds.1. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.1. Method of Procedure Expected Result February 2010 39 of 69 .1.5.1.27.6 of G.27.1 for the test configuration. (1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.997. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.997. © The Broadband Forum. SNRpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7. (4) Downstream and upstream SNR(f) representation (SNRpsds. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode. (2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode. in both downstream and upstream.28. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. (4) Downstream and upstream QLN(f) representation (QLNpsds.6. QLNMTus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section 7. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.1.5.1. Table 5-18 QLN Test requested by ATU-R Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.1. (3) Collect and record the following parameters: QLNMT.

1. (1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.9 and 7.1. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode.3 and 7. (2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.1 and 7.5.5.1. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode.28.997. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode.5.6. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.6 of G.997.1. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state. SNRps in both downstream and upstream. (3) Downstream and upstream LATN parameter (LATNds.28.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Table 5-20 SNR Test requested by ATU-R Test Configuration TR-105 Issue 1 Method of Procedure Expected Result (1) See Section 4. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1. Table 5-22 LATN Test requested by ATU-R Test Configuration (1) See Section 4.28.5. SNRpsus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7. LATNus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7.28. 5. All rights reserved.1 for the test configuration. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested. (1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop. (3) Downstream and upstream SNR measurement time (SNRMTds. in both downstream and upstream. (3) Collect and record the LATN parameter.1. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0. (2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode.1. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.1 for the test configuration. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.1 for the test configuration. SNRMTus) SHALL be within the range specified in Section 7.1. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.1. © The Broadband Forum. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. (3) Collect and record the following parameters: SNRMT. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested.4 of G.5. Method of Procedure Expected Result February 2010 40 of 69 . (4) Downstream and upstream SNR(f) representation (SNRpsds.997.5 Loop Attenuation (LATN) Test Table 5-21 LATN Test requested by ATU-C Test Configuration (1) See Section 4.5.1.10 of G.

(3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. Table 5-24 SATN Test requested by ATU-R Test Configuration (1) See Section 4.11 and 7. LATNus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7.1.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Method of Procedure Expected Result (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode. (3) Collect and record the SATN test parameter. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.5. (3) Collect and record the LATN parameter.1. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode.1.9 and 7.997. Method of Procedure Expected Result Method of Procedure February 2010 41 of 69 . (3) Collect and record the SATN parameter. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. (2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode. 5. (1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.5. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested.5.1. in both downstream © The Broadband Forum. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested.997. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1. (3) Downstream and upstream SATN parameter (SATNds. (3) Downstream and upstream LATN parameter (LATNds. SATNus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7. in both downstream and upstream. (1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.1.5. (2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode. All rights reserved.10 of G. in both downstream and upstream.1. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.6 Signal Attenuation (SATN) Test Table 5-23 SATN Test requested by ATU-C Test Configuration (1) See Section 4.12 of G.6.1 for the test configuration. (2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.1 for the test configuration. (1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.

(3) Collect and record the SNRM parameter.1 for the test configuration. in both downstream and upstream. (2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode. (1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.5. (3) Downstream and upstream SATN parameter (SATNds.1. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Expected Result and upstream.5.16 of G. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. (5) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.5.1. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested. SNRMus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.7 Signal-to-Noise Ratio Margin (SNRM) Test Table 5-25 SNRM Test requested by ATU-C Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. . After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state. SATNus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode.6. (1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state.997. 5. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1. 42 of 69 Method of Procedure Expected Result Method of Procedure Expected Result February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. (3) Downstream and upstream SNRM parameter (SNRMds. (6) Downstream and upstream SNRM parameter (SNRMds.997.997.13 and 7. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode.11 and 7.5. SNRMus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7.1 for the test configuration. Table 5-26 SNRM Test requested by ATU-R Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. in both downstream and upstream.1. All rights reserved.16 of G. (3) Collect and record the SNRM test parameter. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (4) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.1.1.5. (2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.12 of G.13 and 7.1.1. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested.1.5.1.

(1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state. (3) Downstream and upstream ATTNDR parameter (ATTNDRds.6. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1. ATTNDRus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7.5.1.1 for the test configuration.997.9 Actual Aggregate Transmit Power (ACTATP) Test Table 5-29 ACTATP Test requested by ATU-C Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode.5.20 of G.19 and 7.1 for the test configuration. February 2010 43 of 69 .1. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. in both downstream and upstream.1.1. ATTNDRus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7. 5. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state. in both downstream and upstream. © The Broadband Forum.997. All rights reserved. (2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0. (1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode.5. (3) Collect and record the ATTNDR test parameter.1. (2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode.5.6.20 of G.19 and 7. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region. (3) Collect and record the ATTNDR parameter.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan 5. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode. (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.8 Attainable Net Data Rate (ATTNDR) Test Table 5-27 ATTNDR Test requested by ATU-C Test Configuration TR-105 Issue 1 Method of Procedure Expected Result (1) See Section 4. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop. (3) Downstream and upstream ATTNDR parameter (ATTNDRds.1 for the test configuration. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1. Table 5-28 ATTNDR Test requested by ATU-R Test Configuration Method of Procedure Expected Result (1) See Section 4. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested.1.

After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state. February 2010 44 of 69 © The Broadband Forum.1. i. After successful completion of the Loop Diagnostic mode: (1) The line SHALL return to the L3 state.1. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0. This test assumes that the modem remains in L2 for a specific duration. after L2 entry and before L2 exit. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop. (2) Line configuration parameter LDSF SHALL be set to 0.1. and overhead channel period do not need to obey the limits configured for L0 Showtime operation. . (3) Set up the line simulator to 1350 ft 26AWG for the NA region or 450m PE04 or TP100 for the EU region.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Method of Procedure Expected Result (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1. A normal data carrying signal is transmitted from the ATU-R to the ATU-C. 5.1. (2) As per ADSL2/2plus Annex to be tested. in both downstream and upstream. (1) Force the line at the ATU-R side to the L3 state. (3) Collect and record the ACTATP parameter.1 for the test configuration. During the entire L2 mode.992. ACTATPus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7. Table 5-30 ACTATP Test requested by ATU-R Test Configuration Method of Procedure Expected Result (1) See Section 4.997.24 and 7.e. (1) Force the line at the ATU-C side to the L3 state.1.24 and 7.7 Power Management Mode Transition Test The purpose of this test is to make sure that the power management mode transition procedures L0-to-L2 and L2-to-L0 are implemented according to requirements from section 9. this is not considered to be a failure and the intermediate L0 state SHALL be ignored. (2) Force the ATU-C to perform the loop diagnostic mode.997. (3) Downstream and upstream ACTATP parameter (ACTATPds. (4) Specific settings to force the ATU to perform the LD mode: set the line configuration parameter LDSF to 1.3 [2]. (2) Force the ATU-R to perform the loop diagnostic mode. (3) Downstream and upstream ACTATP parameter (ACTATPds. the overhead rate. (3) Collect and record the ACTATP test parameter. in both downstream and upstream.5 of G. ACTATPus) SHALL be within the specified format and range as defined in Section 7. while L2 mode refers to the power saving mode that conveys reduced traffic sent from the ATU-C to the ATU-R. In the description of these power modes L0 mode refers to the normal (full power/full rate operation). All rights reserved.5.1.25 of G.25 of G.5.5. Should the modem exit the L2 state to perform a bit swap. configure the SUT for operation in rate adaptive mode. the delay. (5) Set the noise generator to -120 dBm/Hz at both ends of the loop.5.

(5) Let the ATU-C initiate transition to L2 state. (1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync. ATU-C SHALL initiate a transition to L2 low power mode with the configured “Minimum Data Rate in low power state”. (3) Document the reported Line power management state and aggregate transmit power in DS (ATP_L0).1 for the test configuration. (9) Record the CV count for 1 minute. (2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in rate adaptive mode and general line setting I-16/2. (5) Additional test conditions SHALL be as follows:  ADSL2: “Minimum Data Rate in low power state”=1000kbps. 5. Table 5-31 Low Power Entry Test Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. L2-ATPR=2dB. low power entry test and low power exit test. (2) Line power management state reported in step (5) SHALL be L2. RFEC and NFEC. (8) Calculate the data rate DR = LSYMB*4*(1-RFEC/NFEC). (3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B. Both subtests are REQUIRED for the SUT to pass the power management mode transition test. L2-ATPR=2dB. (6) Document the reported Line power management state and aggregate transmit power (ATP_L2) in DS.1 Low Power Entry Test The purpose of this test is to verify that ATU-C and ATU-R can operate in the power saving mode after the ATU-C initiates the transition to L2 link state. (1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test. 45 of 69 .2 Low Power Exit Test The purpose of this test is to verify that the ATUs can initiate the transition from L2 to L0 state.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 This test is divided into two sub-tests. (7) If available record the reported LSYMB.1 for the test configuration. Method of Procedure Expected Result 5. (4) The Reduction of DS transmit power reported in step (3) and (5) SHALL be  L2-ATPRT dB. (3) Calculated data rate DR in step (5) SHALL be above  “Minimum Data Rate in low power state”. L2-ATPRT=4dB (6) Set the power management state enabling parameter PMMode to 1. (5) The number of reported CVs SHALL be  1. L2-ATPRT=4dB  ADSL2plus: “Minimum Data Rate in low power state”=2000kbps. (2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in © The Broadband Forum. All rights reserved. (4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the loop. (2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization.7. RFEC and NFEC. (4) If available record the reported LSYMB. Table 5-32 ATU-C Initiated Low power exit test Test Configuration February 2010 (1) See Section 4.7. L2-ATPR and L2-ATPRT.

(7) Document the reported Line power management state. (8) Record the CV count for 1 minute. L2-ATPRT=4dB (6) Set the power management state enabling parameter PMMode to 1. Table 5-33 ATU-R Initiated Low power exit test Test Configuration Method of Procedure (1) See Section 4. the actual data rate (RATE_L0) and aggregate transmit power in DS (ATP_L0). L2-ATPR=2dB. (5) Additional test conditions SHALL be as follows:  ADSL2: “Minimum Data Rate in low power state”=1000kbps.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Method of Procedure Expected Result rate adaptive mode and general line setting I-16/2. All rights reserved. (2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization. (4) Let the ATU-C initiate transition to L2 state. L2-ATPR=2dB. L2-ATPRT=4dB  ADSL2plus: “Minimum Data Rate in low power state”=2000kbps. (3) Document the reported Line power management state. (3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B. (5) The number of reported CVs SHALL be  1. the actual data rate (RATE_L20) and aggregate transmit power in DS (ATP_L20). L2-ATPR =2dB. February 2010 46 of 69 . (1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync. (4) ATP_L0 SHALL be equal to ATP_L20 within 1 dB. (3) RATE_L0 SHALL be equal to RATE_L20. (2) The Line power management state reported in step (3) and (7) SHALL be L0. (5) Additional test conditions SHALL be as follows:  ADSL2: “Minimum Data Rate in low power state”=1000kbps. (2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization.1 for the test configuration. L2-ATPRT=4dB (6) Set the power management state enabling parameter PMMode to 1. (1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test. (2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in rate adaptive mode and general line setting I-16/2. (3) Set up the line simulator to 3 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1km PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B. © The Broadband Forum. (4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the loop. (6) Let the ATU-C initiate transition to L0 state. the actual data rate (RATE_L0) and aggregate transmit power in DS (ATP_L0). (3) Document the reported Line power management state. (4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the loop. (5) Wait for 3 minutes in low power mode. (1) Force an initialization and wait for modems to sync. L2-ATPRT=4dB  ADSL2plus: “Minimum Data Rate in low power state”=2000kbps. L2-ATPR=2dB.

Wait for 3 minutes in low power mode. All rights reserved.1 for the test configuration. The test SHALL be performed for the following general line settings: F-1/0 and either I-16/0. and F-1/0 and 16/2 for G.5 or 16/2 for G.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) TR-105 Issue 1 Expected Result Let the ATU-C initiate transition to L2 state. ACTATPds1.5 Annex A: A2P_RA_F_30000k. (3) Wait for 1 minute for bitswaps to settle.5 Annex A. The test SHALL be performed for two out of the three following parameter sets.992. (6) Reduce traffic to a rate less than 64kbps. (2) Directly after synchronization. Let the ATU-R initiate transition to L0 state. inject bi-directional traffic at rate > 75% of maximum theoretical throughput. Method of Procedure February 2010 47 of 69 . RATE_L0 SHALL be equal to RATE_L20. (4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the loop.992. The Line power management state reported in step (3) and (7) SHALL be L0. (4) Note down the L2 mode parameter set. (2) Configure the SUT for operation in the following specific test profiles associated to the ADSL operation mode to be tested:  G. (7) Wait for ( (L2-ATPRT / L2-ATPR ) * L2-TIME + L0-TIME + 30s ) © The Broadband Forum. actual SNRMds1 and net data rate DS as rateDS1. The number of reported CVs SHALL be  1. ATP_L0 SHALL be equal to ATP_L20 within 1 dB.8 Low power (L2) mode The purpose of this test is to verify the functionality of the L2 mode.5 Annex B. Document the reported Line power management state. (3) Configure one of the L2 mode parameter sets defined in Table 5-34. the actual data rate (RATE_L20) and aggregate transmit power in DS (ATP_L20).992. (5) Set the power management state enabling parameter PMMode to 1. (6) Following additional parameters are to be used for this test: Minimum data rate in low power state = 128kbps.992. Table 5-34 L2 mode test parameter sets Parameter Set 1 2 3 Test Configuration L0-TIME (s) 10 30 10 L2-TIME (s) 10 30 10 L2-ATPR (dB) 5 1 3 L2-ATPRT (dB) 20 5 12 Table 5-35 L2 mode test (1) See Section 4. Record the CV count for 1 minute No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test. A2P_RA_I1/2_30000k or A2P_RA_I_30000k  G. B2P_RA_I_30000k (2) Set up the line simulator to 4 kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1250m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B. 5. (5) Note down the Line power management state as LS1. (1) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.5 Annex B: B2P_RA_F_30000k.

(8) rateDS4 = rateDS1.9. (6) | ACTATPds4 – ACTATPds1 | <= 1dB. ACTATPds4. (1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test.1 PSD Mask Test The purpose of this test is to verify that the ATU-C and ATU-R power spectral density (PSD) mask in Showtime does not exceed the mask set forth by ITU-T ADSL2/ADSL2plus recommendations. (15) Repeat steps (1) to (14) with another L2 mode parameter set. (8) Note down the Line power management state as LS2. (10) Note down the Line power management state as LS3.04 MHz for ADSL2 and 12. actual SNRMds4 and net data rate DS as rateDS4. ACTATPds3. This measurement SHALL include both the passband and stopband frequencies. (4) Line simulator SHALL be set up for the straight homogeneous loop specified for the regional annex. (2) The test setup SHALL support the PSD mask measurement over the entire downstream and upstream bands and SHALL provide enough dynamic range to allow the measurements be done over both the passband and stopband frequencies into a resolution bandwidth less than or equal to 10 kHz. (3) LS1 = L0 and LS4 =L0. (12) Reduce traffic to a rate less than 64kbps. February 2010 48 of 69 . Section 4. 5.1 for the Annex specific test configuration. actual SNRMds3 and net data rate DS as rateDS3. up to 11. Its length SHALL be varied in 5 steps from the NULL loop to the length at which the loop © The Broadband Forum. (13) Wait for 1 min and note down the values of CV and SES counters as CV2 and SES2. (5) ACTATPds2 = ACTATPds3. actual SNRMds2 and net data rate DS as rateDS2. different from the set reported in (4). (3) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in rate adaptive mode and general line setting F-1/0. Table 5-36 PSD Mask Test Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (9) Wait a further 5 minutes. (11) CV2 – CV1 <=1. (7) | SNRMds1 – SNRMds4 | <= 1dB. (11) Note down the values of CV and SES counters as CV1 and SES1. (9) rateDS2 = rateDS3. respectively. respectively. (14) Note down the Line power management state as LS4.0 MHz for ADSL2plus.9 PSD Tests 5.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Expected Result for L2 mode transition and maximum power reduction. (2) LS2 = L2 and LS3 =L2. ACTATPds2. Note: this PSD test is conceived for specific test profile with DPBO disabled.4. All rights reserved. (4) ACTATPds2  ACTATPds1. (10) SES2 – SES1 = 0.

All rights reserved. Take a note of the measured downstream and upstream PSD data.3/G. provided its value matches the attenuation of the equivalent loop at 300kHz. it SHALL have an affect of <= 0.0 MHz for ADSL2plus. Force initialization and wait for modems to synchronize. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the ATU termination impedance) and a high-impedance differential probe b. the test setup SHALL provide adequate isolation of the downstream and upstream transmit signals between the two transceivers to allow for an accurate measurement to be made. 5. and the measurement method used will be noted within the test report. Alternatively. Connect and configure the ATU-C and ATU-R as per test configuration details.04 MHz for ADSL2 and 12. Measured PSD SHALL not exceed the maximum passband transmit PSD level for non-overlapped spectrum operation specified in Annex A and B of G. Set spectrum analyzer for the requested frequency range.3 and Annex M of G. The ADSL link SHOULD stay in L0 stay long enough for the PSD to be measured. Table 5-37 Aggregate Transmit Power Test Test Configuration (1) See Section 4.5. The aggregate transmit power SHALL be measured over the entire passband and stopband frequencies.1 for the test configuration. PSD SHALL be measured in one of the following ways: a. a flat attenuator MAY be used to perform the measurements.992.5. Annex L of G. If it does not see the NOTE below. the measurements will not be made on loops or attenuation settings not providing adequate isolation. resolution bandwidth and input attenuation range to prevent it from being over driven.2 Aggregate Transmit Power Test The purpose of this test is to verify that the ATU-C and ATU-R does not transmit the total amount of transmit power that exceeds the maximum downstream/upstream transmit power specified in ITU-T ADSL2/ADSL2plus recommendations. Disconnect the line.9. February 2010 49 of 69 .992. while both transceivers remain connected and in state L0.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Method of Procedure (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) is the equivalent of 11dB@ 300kHz.992. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50 Ohm analyser) If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out.992.5dB on the PSD measurement. Wait 1 minute following synchronization. If mode described in step (4) is unavailable. Expected Result NOTE: If the ATUs can not operate in a mode described in step (4). Repeat the test steps (3) – (6) for all five loop lengths (between NULL loop and the defined maximum loop) according to test configuration TC(4). (2) The test setup SHALL support the aggregate transmit power (ATP) mask measurement over the entire downstream and upstream bands and SHALL provide enough dynamic range to allow the measurements be done over both the passband and stopband © The Broadband Forum. up to 11.

(6) Repeat the test steps (2) – (5) for all five loop lengths (between NULL loop and the defined maximum loop) according to test configuration TC(4).992. Measured aggregate transmit power SHALL not exceed the aggregate transmit power for non-overlapped spectrum operation specified in Annex A and B of G.3 In-Band Spectral Shaping Test For further study.1.3 and Annex M of G.4 Downstream Power Back-off Test The purpose of this test is to verify the modified CO-MIB transmit PSD mask based on the downstream power back-off configuration parameters and procedure described in Section 7.4. a flat attenuator MAY be used to perform the measurements. (5) Take a note of the measured downstream and upstream aggregate transmit power.5.992. Alternatively. As for FTTCab/FTTB/Curb deployments.2.992.9. (2) Force initialization and wait for modems to synchronize. (4) ATP SHALL be measured in one of the following ways: a. provided its value matches the attenuation of the equivalent loop at 300kHz. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the ATU termination impedance) and a high-impedance differential probe b. The ADSL link SHOULD stay in L0 stay long enough for the ATP to be measured. Its length SHALL be varied in 5 steps from the NULL loop to the length at which the loop is the equivalent of 11dB@ 300kHz. for which it is relevant to test with shaping.1 [4].9. February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. Section 4.3/5. 5. The modified PSD mask is used instead of PSDMASKds to configure the downstream PSD mask applicable at the U-C2 reference point. 50 of 69 .5dB on the power measurement. Annex L of G. These functionalities are adopted in real networks to guarantee spectral compatibility of xDSL systems deployed from the Cabinet.997. (1) Connect and configure the ATU-C and ATU-R as per test configuration details. Disconnect the line. 5. (3) Wait 1 minute following synchronization. All rights reserved. Curb or Building with legacy ADSL2/ADSL2plus (or new VDSL2) systems from the Exchange.3. (3) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in rate adaptive mode and general line setting F-1/0. (4) Line simulator SHALL be set up for the straight homogeneous loop specified for the regional annex. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50 Ohm analyser) If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Method of Procedure Expected Result frequencies into a resolution bandwidth less than or equal to 10 kHz.13 in G. If it does not see the NOTE in Table 5-36. it SHALL have an affect of <= 0. the following Common Line Settings are defined for ADSL2plus operation with DPBO PSD shaping.

(3) Force initialization and wait for modems to synchronize. it SHALL have an affect of <= 0. All rights reserved. (1) Connect and configure the ATU-C and ATU-R as per test configuration details. (2) Set spectrum analyzer for the requested frequency range.5dB on the measurement. Its length SHALL be set to the length at which the loop is the equivalent of 20dB@ 1MHz. Method of Procedure February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50 Ohm analyser) If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out. (4) Wait 1 minute following synchronization. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the ATU termination impedance) and a high-impedance differential probe b. (9) Repeat the test steps (3) – (7) for one additional DPBOESEL between 40 and 60 dB. If it does not see the NOTE in Table 5-36.1 for the test configuration. (7) Take a note of the measured or calculated ATP. provided its value matches the attenuation of the equivalent loop at 1MHz. Disconnect the line. (3) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in rate adaptive mode. (2) The test setup SHALL support the PSD mask and aggregate transmit power (ATP) measurements over the entire downstream band and SHALL provide enough dynamic range to allow the measurements be done over both the passband and stopband frequencies into a resolution bandwidth less than or equal to 10 kHz. (4) Line simulator SHALL be set up for the straight homogeneous loop specified for the regional annex. 51 of 69 .ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Table 5-38 Downstream Power Back-Off test Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (8) Repeat the test steps (3) – (7) for DPBOESEL set to 72 dB. Take a note of the measured PSD data. while ATP could be measured or calculated from the PSD in one of the following ways: a. The ADSL link SHOULD stay in L0 stay long enough for the PSD to be measured. Alternatively. (5) PSD SHALL be measured. resolution bandwidth and input attenuation range to prevent it from being over driven. a flat attenuator MAY be used to perform the measurements. with the cable electrical length (DPBOESEL) of 27 dB and general line setting F-1/0 (see Table 4-2).4. (6) Take a note of the measured PSD data. Section 4.

(2) Configure the SUT for operation in the Annex specific test profile in rate adaptive mode and general line setting F-1/0.3.1 [4] and SHALL not exceed the resultant mask (RESULTMASKds). the transceiver under test SHALL be powered and not transmitting any signal (L3 state). (2) ATU-R SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency range from 30kHz to 1104kHz. a greater error will be present in the measurement). February 2010 © The Broadband Forum.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Expected Result TR-105 Issue 1 (1) ATU-C and ATU-R shall synchronize in all tested DPBO configurations. Measure the LCL as specified in ITU-T Recommendation G. (2) Measured PSD mask SHALL comply with the requirements and a procedure to generate a modified downstream PSD mask described in G. (3) During the test. Method of Procedure Expected Result 52 of 69 .10 Longitudinal Balance Test This test will verify the ATU-x interface is balanced well enough to reject common mode noise that may be present on the physical media and fulfills the requirement from section A.3.3 [2].997. This measurement SHALL be made over the passband.1 for the test configuration.1.3.1 in G.9 [6] in the frequency range fmin to fmax:  ADSL2 Annex A: 30kHz to 1104kHz  ADSL2 Annex B: 120kHz to 1104kHz  ADSL2plus Annex A: 30kHz to 2208kHz  ADSL2plus Annex B: 120kHz to 2208kHz The measured longitudinal balance SHALL meet the following requirements:  ADSL2 Annex A: (1) ATU-C SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency range from 30kHz to 138kHz and at least 40dB above and up to 1104kHz. (3) Measured aggregate transmit power SHALL not exceed the aggregate transmit power for non-overlapped spectrum operation specified in Annex A and B of G.4.5 [3]. All rights reserved.992. Table 5-39 Longitudinal Balance Test Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. 5.1 and B.  ADSL2 Annex B: (1) ATU-C SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency range from 120kHz to 276kHz and at least 40dB above and up to 1104kHz.117 [7] and O. e  Longitudin Balance 20log10  l  al e   m The test setup SHOULD ideally exhibit 20 dB better balance than is REQUIRED of the device under test (if less is achieved. LCL is a measure in dB of the degree of unwanted transversal signal produced at the input of the ADSL transceiver (em) due to the presence of a longitudinal signal (el) on the connecting leads.992.4.

 ADSL2plus Annex A: (1) ATU-C SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency range from 30kHz to 138kHz and at least 40dB above and up to 2208kHz.1 [4]  The T.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 (2) ATU-R SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency range from 120kHz to 1104kHz.1 [4] and the information contained within the fields is consistent with the equipment identification information provided by the equipment supplier to the test lab.35 country code (2 octets) is correct for the country of the vendor of the ATU-R DSL Chipset. (3) Read out the ATU-R identification information at the ATU-C. (1) ATU-R G.4.35 country code (2 octets) is correct for the country of the system integrator (ATU-R vendor)  The T..997.  ADSL2plus Annex B: (1) ATU-C SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency range from 120kHz to 276kHz and at least 40dB above and up to 2208kHz.  The T. (2) Configure the SUT for operation in one of the specific test profiles defined in Section 4.1 [4] © The Broadband Forum. (2) ATU-R SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency range from 30kHz to 1104kHz and at least 40dB above and up to 2208kHz. (2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.4 of G.997. February 2010 53 of 69 .2 of G.2 associated to the ADSL operation mode to be tested. 5. 5.994.997. (1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C with NULL loop and no noise injected. Table 5-40 ATU-R Inventory Information Test Test Configuration Method of Procedure Expected Result (1) See Section 4. Wait for 1 minute after initialization for OHC data to be exchanged.1 [4]  The T.1 Vendor ID is correct as specified in Section 7.12 ATU-R Inventory Information Test The purpose of this test is to verify that the ATU-R inventory formatting is correct according to Section 7.4.2. (2) ATU-R SHALL have an LCL of at least 50dB in the frequency range from 120kHz to 1104kHz and at least 40dB above and up to 2208kHz. All rights reserved. (2) ATU-R System Vendor ID is correct as specified in Section 7.11 Virtual Noise Test For further study.35 provider code (vendor identification) (4 octets) correctly identifies the vendor of the ATU-R DSL Chipset.4.35 provider code (vendor identification) (4 octets) correctly identifies ATU-R vendor (3) ATU-R version number is correct as specified in Section 7.6 of G.1 for the test configuration.997.4 of G.

with no noise injected. (2) Configure the SUT for operation in one of the specific test profiles defined in Section 4. Both SHALL be encoded in this order and separated by a space character. (4) ATU-R serial number is correct as specified in Section 7. (3) Use the software supplied by the ATU-R vendor or a web browser.e.2.1 [4]  It contains the equipment serial number. (3) Line attenuation values reported by ATU-R SHALL differ by no more than 1dB from the values reported by ATU-C. which ever is recommended by the vendor. SATNus)  Transmission system type (XTSE) (1) Data rates reported by ATU-R SHALL differ by no more than 1kbps from the rates reported by ATU-C. All SHALL be encoded in this order and separated by space characters. to retrieve operational parameters of the modem. Table 5-41 EOC Communication Test Test Configuration Method of Procedure (1) See Section 4.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan  TR-105 Issue 1 It contains the ATU-R firmware version and the ATU-R model. (5) Transmission system type reported by ATU-R SHALL match the type reported by ATU-C.4.997. 5. Verify the following parameters and their counterparts on the ATU-C:  Actual data rate (DS. Wait for 1 minute after initialization. "<ATU-R firmware version> <ATU-R model>".2 associated to the ADSL operation mode to be tested. i. i.8 of G. "<equipment serial number> <equipment model> <equipment firmware version>".13 EOC Communication Test The purpose of this test is to verify that the operational statistics reported by the ATU-R match those reported at the ATU-C. 54 of 69 .e. the equipment model and the equipment firmware version.1 for the test configuration. (1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C with PE04 1500m or 5000ft 26AWG. (2) SNR margin values reported by ATU-R SHALL differ by no more than 1dB from the values reported by ATU-C. LATNus)  Signal attenuation (SATNds. (2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync. Expected Result February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. All rights reserved. (4) Signal attenuation values reported by ATU-R SHALL differ by no more than 1dB from the values reported by ATU-C. US)  Signal-to-Noise Ratio Margin (SNRMds. SNRMus)  Line attenuation (LATNds.

6. (1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C with PE04 2500m or 8500ft 26AWG. 55 of 69 .1 for the test configuration. (4) ΔACTATPus SHALL be > 9dB. SNRMus1. ACTATPds1 and ACTATPus1. (4) Note down the reported downstream and upstream SNR margin and aggregate ATP named SNRMds1. and -120dBm/Hz AWGN noise.2 Configuration parameter MINSNRM A test procedure for verification of the MINSNRM noise margin configuration parameter is shown in Table 6-2. This test procedure SHALL be applied for both directions of transmission. (2) ΔSNRMus SHALL be > 9dB. ACTATPds2 and ACTATPus2. (3) Wait for 1 minute after initialization. (3) ΔACTATPds SHALL be > 9dB.1 configuration parameters. Table 6-1 MAXSNRM control test Test Configuration Method of Procedure (1) See Section 4. (1) ΔSNRMds SHALL be > 9dB. Parameters MAXSNRMds and MAXSNRMus define the maximum noise margin the ATU-R/ATU-C receiver SHALL try to sustain.5 Annex under test. Expected Result 6. (5) Configure MAXSNRMus and MAXSNRMds to 12dB. (12) Calculate difference between the reported ACTATPus in step (4) and (8) as ΔACTATPus = ACTATPus1 – ACTATPus2. (10) Calculate difference between the reported SNRMus in step (4) and (8) as ΔSNRMus = SNRMus1– SNRMus2.997. (6) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.992. SNRMus2. February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. (2) Configure the SUT with A2P_Fix_I_600k or B2P_Fix_I_864k profile depending on the G. (7) Wait for 1 minute after initialization.1 Configuration Parameter MAXSNRM A test procedure for verification of the MAXSNRM noise margin configuration parameter is shown in Table 6-1. (2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync. (11) Calculate difference between the reported ACTATPds in step (4) and (8) as ΔACTATPds = ACTATPds1 – ACTATPds2. All rights reserved.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 6 Configuration Parameters These tests verify the G. Parameters MINSNRMds and MINSNRMus define the minimum noise margin the ATU-R/ATU-C receiver SHALL tolerate. This test procedure SHALL be applied to both downstream and upstream direction. (8) Note down the reported downstream and upstream SNR margin and aggregate ATP named SNRMds2. (9) Calculate difference between the reported SNRMds in step (4) and (8) as ΔSNRMds = SNRMds1 – SNRMds2.

Wait for 1 minute after initialization. (1) For both values of TARSNRM.1 for the test configuration.5) dB. (5) Repeat the test 3 times. (1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C through the shortest loop length defined for the chosen specific test profile in the regional annex of TR-100 [8]. (6) Set TARSNRM to value different than 6dB and repeat step (3) to (5). configure the SUT in one of the rate adaptive specific test profiles. (4) Record the reported SNR margin (SNRMds and SNRMus). (8) Repeat steps (3) . (2) Inject the crosstalk noise defined for the chosen test profile in the regional annex of TR-100 [8] at both ends of the loop. (5) Increase the noise power level by 1dB at the ATU side under test. set MINSNRM to 1dB. For each MINSNRM value modems SHALL retrain if the reported SNR margin is lower than MINSNRM.(7) with MINSNRM value set to 2 and 3dB. (1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C through 5kft 26AWG or 1250m PE04. This power level is considered the 0dB noise power.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Table 6-2 MINSNRM control test Test Configuration Method of Procedure TR-105 Issue 1 Expected Result 6. (3) For Annex B: For both values of TARSNRM. each reported SNR margin SHALL be  (TARSNRM – 1) dB. (3) Additionally. configure the SUT in one of the rate adaptive specific test profiles. (2) According to the Annex to be tested. Wait for 1 minute after initialization. (2) According to the Annex to be tested.3 (1) See Section 4. (6) Record the reported SNR margin. each reported SNR margin SHALL be  (TARSNRM – 2) dB. Wait for 1 minute for bitswaps to settle. SNRMds and SNRMus. (3) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync. (2) Inject -120dBm/Hz AWGN noise added at both the ATU-R and ATU-C ends. 56 of 69 Expected Result February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. (7) Repeat steps (5) and (6) until the reported SNR margin becomes lower than MINSNRM. This test procedure SHALL be applied to both downstream and upstream direction. (2) For Annex A: For both values of TARSNRM. Configuration parameter TARSNRM A test procedure for verification of the TARSNRM noise margin configuration parameter is shown in Table 6-3. (3) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.Parameters TARSNRMds and TARSNRMus define the noise margin the ATU-R/ATU-C receiver SHALL achieve to successfully complete initialization. Table 6-3 TARSNRM control test Test Configuration Method of Procedure (1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration. (4) Record the reported SNR margin. . the MEAN value of the reported SNR margin over the 3 tests SHALL be  (TARSNRM.0. All rights reserved.

© The Broadband Forum. (3) Additional test conditions: Set the PSDMASK for the passband only and restrict the transmit PSD to levels below those allowed by the applicable Limit PSD mask.4 Configuration Parameter PSDMASK TR-105 Issue 1 This section applies only to G. The downstream PSD mask specified through the CO MIB shall satisfy the requirements defined in section 8.992. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50 Ohm analyser) If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out. applicable to Annex M only). (2) Configure the SUT for operation in one of the specific test profiles defined in Section 4. (2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.992.1 for the test configuration.1 of G. If it does not see the NOTE in Table 5-36.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan 6. All rights reserved. (2) Configure the SUT for operation in one of the specific test profiles defined in Section 4. Method of Procedure Expected Result Method of Procedure February 2010 57 of 69 .5 [3].5dB on the PSD measurement.992.2. The ADSL2plus link SHOULD stay in L0 stay long enough for the PSD to be measured.1 of G.5. Measured PSD SHALL NOT exceed the MIB PSD mask and the Limit PSD mask as defined in section 8. it SHALL have an effect of ≤ 0.992. (4) Disconnect the line. (3) Additional test conditions: Set the PSDMASK for the passband only and restrict the transmit PSD to levels below those allowed by the applicable Limit PSD mask. Table 6-5 G.5.5 PSDMASKds control test Test Configuration (1) See Section 4.5 PSDMASK testing.5 [3].2 associated to the ADSL2plus operation mode to be tested.992.2 associated to the ADSL2plus Annex M operation mode to be tested.2. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the ATU termination impedance) and a high-impedance differential probe b. (2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync. A test procedure for verification of the PSDMASK configuration parameter is shown in Table 6-4 (for PSDMASKds) and Table 6-5 (for PSDMASKus.5 Recommendation. (5) The PSD SHALL be measured across the passband in one of the following ways: a.992. (3) Wait for 1 minute after initialization.1 for the test configuration. Parameters PSDMASKds and PSDMASKus define the MIB PSD mask and it MAY impose additional PSD restrictions for the passband compared to the Limit PSD mask defined in the relevant Annex of G. (1) Connect ATU-C and ATU-R through the 5kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1500m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B and no noise injected. Table 6-4 G.5 PSDMASKus control test Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (1) Connect ATU-C and ATU-R through the 5kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 1500m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B and no noise injected.

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(3) Wait for 1 minute after initialization. (4) Disconnect the line. The ADSL2plus link SHOULD stay in L0 stay long enough for the PSD to be measured. If it does not see the NOTE in Table 5-36. (5) The PSD SHALL be measured across the passband in one of the following ways: a. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the ATU termination impedance) and a high-impedance differential probe b. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50 Ohm analyser) If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out, it SHALL have an effect of ≤ 0.5dB on the PSD measurement Measured PSD SHALL NOT exceed the MIB PSD mask and the Limit PSD mask as defined in Annex M of G.992.5 [3].

6.5 Configuration Parameter CARMASK A test procedure for verification of the CARMASK configuration parameter is shown in Table 6-6. This parameter defines the restrictions in the downstream (CARMASKds) and upstream (CARMASKus) frequency ranges to determine the set of subcarriers allowed for transmission. It is coded as 1 if subcarrier with index I, sc(i), is masked for transmission, and 0 if the subcarrier is not masked. The following CARMASK settings associated to the ADSL operation mode to be tested SHALL be configured: a. G.992.3 Annex A:  CARMASKus: sc(20)…sc(28) = 1, all remaining sc(i) = 0  CARMASKds: sc (32)…sc(122) = 0, sc(123)…sc(210) = 1, sc(211)…sc(256) = 0 b. G.992.5 Annex A:  CARMASKus: sc (20)…sc(28) = 1, all remaining sc(i) = 0  CARMASKds: sc (32)…sc(122) = 0, sc(123)…sc(371) = 1, sc(372)…sc(512) = 0. c. G.992.3 Annex B:  CARMASKus: sc (40)…sc(48) = 1, all remaining sc(i) = 0  CARMASKds: sc (64)…sc(122) = 0, sc(123)…sc(210) = 1, sc(211)…sc(256) = 0 d. G.992.5 Annex B:  CARMASKus: sc (40)…sc(48) = 1, all remaining sc(i) = 0  CARMASKds: sc (64)…sc(122) = 0, sc(123)…sc(371) = 1, sc(372)…sc(512) = 0. Table 6-6 CARMASK control test Test Configuration (1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration. (2) Configure the SUT for operation in one of the following specific test profiles associated to the ADSL operation mode to be tested:  G.992.3 Annex A: A2_RA_I1/2_16000k  G.992.5 Annex A: A2P RA_I1/2_30000k or A2P RA_I_30000k  G.992.3 Annex B: B2_RA_I_16000k  G.992.5 Annex B: B2P_RA_I_30000k
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(3) Set the CARMASK setting to the one that is associated with the used test profile. (1) Connect ATU-C and ATU-R with 100m PE04 or 400ft 26AWG and no noise injected. (2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync. (3) Wait for 1 minute after initialization. (4) Record the bits allocation tables BITSpsds and BITSpsus. (1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test. (2) The reported bits BITSpsds and BITSpsus of the masked subcarriers SHALL be set to 0.

6.6 Configuration Parameter MAXNOMPSD A test procedure for verification of the MAXNOMPSD configuration parameter is shown in Table 6-7. This test procedure SHALL be applied to both directions. Table 6-7 MAXNOMPSD control test Test Configuration Method of Procedure (1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration. (2) According to the Annex to be tested, configure the SUT in one of the rate adaptive specific test profiles. (1) Connect ATU-C and ATU-R through the 2.5kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 750m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B and no noise injected. (2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync. (3) Wait for 1 minute after initialization. (4) Disconnect the line. The ADSL link SHOULD stay in L0 stay long enough for the PSD to be measured. If it does not see the NOTE in Table 5-36. (5) The PSD SHALL be measured across the passband in one of the following ways: a. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the ATU termination impedance) and a high-impedance differential probe b. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50 Ohm analyser) If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out, it SHALL have an effect of ≤ 0.5dB on the PSD measurement. Measured PSD SHALL be  MAXNOMPSD + 3.5 dB.

Expected Result

6.7 Configuration Parameter MAXNOMATP A test procedure for verification of the MAXNOMATP configuration parameter is shown in Table 6-8. This test procedure SHALL be applied to both directions. Table 6-8 MAXNOMATP control test Test Configuration Method of Procedure (1) See Section 4.1 for the test configuration. (2) According to the Annex to be tested, configure the SUT in one of the rate adaptive specific test profiles. (1) Connect ATU-C and ATU-R through the 2.5kft 26AWG for Annex A NA or 750m PE04 for Annex A EU and Annex B and no noise injected. (2) Force a new initialization and wait for modems to sync.
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(3) Wait for 1 minute after initialization. (4) Disconnect the line. The ADSL link SHOULD stay in L0 stay long enough for the power to be measured. If it does not see the NOTE in Table 5-36. (5) The power SHALL be measured across the passband in one of the following ways: a. over a resistive load of 100 Ohm (the same value as the ATU termination impedance) and a high-impedance differential probe b. over a wideband 50:100 BALUN transformer (assumes 50 Ohm analyser) If the characteristic of the balun or resistor is not calibrated out, it SHALL have an effect of ≤ 0.5dB on the power measurement. Measured power SHALL be  MAXNOMATP + 0.5dB.

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(3) If available.5ms) every 10 seconds for 2.5min (for a total of 15 micro-interruptions). SES-LFE. UAS-L and UAS-LFE at the ATU-C SHALL be reported. (4) Force a "micro-interruption" of 3ms (+ or – 0.5 Annex under test. 7. (1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test. 61 of 69 . (1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C through NULL loop and no noise injected. Method of Procedure Expected Result NOTE: The numbers in step (5) and (7) are computed taking into account up to 2 CRC for DS and up to 1 CRC for US due to 10-7 BER in the fast mode in 3 minutes test duration. (5) The increase of CV-C counter at the ATU-R. (7) Calculate the increase of these counters between step (6) and step (3).1 Performance Monitoring Counters for Code Violations and Errored Seconds Table 7-1 Code Violation and Errored Second Test .992.1 [4] line and channel performance monitoring parameters (section 7. and UAS-L and UAS-LFE at the ATU-C.1 for the test configuration.Fast Mode Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (6) The increase of ES-L counter at the ATU-R SHALL be equal to the increase of ES-LFE counter at the ATU-C. (4) The increase of CV-C counter at the ATU-R SHALL be equal to the increase of CV-CFE counter at the ATU-C. SES-L. as well as the increase of both CV-CFE and CV-C counters at the ATU-C SHALL be at least equal to 15 and  32 for DS and  31 for US (NOTE). (7) The increase of ES-L counter at the ATU-R.5) and verification of the previous data. as well as the increase of both ES-LFE and ES-L counters at the ATU-C SHALL be at least equal to 15 and  32 for DS and  31 for US.997. (2) No increase of SES-L. SES-LFE. UAS-L and UAS-LFE at the ATU-C. ES-LFE. (3) Note down the initial value of performance monitoring counters CV-C. Note down the value of counters CV-C and CV-CFE. SES-L and UAS-L at the ATU-R. (6) Note down the value of counter CV-C. and CV-C. Wait 1 minute following synchronization. February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. ES-L. ES-L. DRR) SHALL not be used. (3) Additional test conditions: OPTIONAL OLR (SRA. no increase of SES-L and UAS-L at the ATU-R SHALL be reported. ES-L and ES-LFE. SES-L and UAS-L at the ATU-R.1 to 7. (2) Configure the SUT with A2P_Fix_F_600k or B2P_Fix_F_864k profile depending on the G. (5) Force performance monitoring counters update and wait 30 seconds for the counters to be read out.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 7 Performance Monitoring Counters This section defines a set of test procedures for verification of the G. (2) Force an initialization and wait for modem to sync. All rights reserved. CV-CFE. ES-L.

ES-L. All rights reserved. (4) The increase of CV-C counter at the ATU-R SHALL be equal to the increase of CV-CFE counter at the ATU-C. UAS-L and UAS-LFE at the ATU-C. and CV-C.5. SES-L and UAS-L at the ATU-R. Wait 1 minute following synchronization. ES-L. (4) Force one "micro-interruption" of 1ms every 10 seconds for 2. SES-L and SES-LFE. (3) Additional test conditions: OPTIONAL OLR (SRA. (3) If available. (2) Force an initialization and wait for modem to sync. (1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test.5 Annex under test. (2) Configure the SUT with A2P_Fix_I_600k or B2P Fix_I_864k profile depending on the G.992. SES-LFE. SHALL be at least equal to 15 and  31 for DS and  31 for US (NOTE). (2) No increase of SES-L. February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. ES-L. (5) Force performance monitoring counters update and wait 30 seconds for the counters to be read out. UAS-L and UAS-LFE at the ATU-C SHALL be reported. no increase of SES-L and UAS-L at the ATU-R SHALL be reported.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 Table 7-2 Code Violation and Errored Second Test – Interleaved Mode Test Configuration (1) See Section 4. (7) The increase of ES-L counter at the ATU-R. as well as the increase of both ES-LFE and ES-L counters at the ATU-C. as well as the increase of both CV-CFE and CV-C counters at the ATU-C. (5) The increase of CV-C counter at the ATU-R. SES-L. SES-L and UAS-L at the ATU-R. (6) The increase of ES-L counter at the ATU-R SHALL be equal to the increase of ES-LFE counter at the ATU-C. and UAS-L and UASLFE at the ATU-C. 62 of 69 .5 min (for a total of 15 micro-interruptions). ES-L and ES-LFE. ES-LFE. with delay_max set to 2ms and INP_min to 0. CV-CFE. (6) Note down the value of counter CV-C. SES-LFE. Note down the value of counters CV-C and CV-CFE. Method of Procedure Expected Result NOTE: The numbers in step (5) and (7) are computed taking into account up to 1 CRC for DS and up to 1 CRC for US due to 10-7 BER in the interleaved mode in 3 minutes test duration. DRR) SHALL not be used. SHALL be at least equal to 15 and  31 for DS and  31 for US.1 for the test configuration. (3) Note down the initial value of performance monitoring counters CV-C. (7) Calculate the increase of these counters between step (6) and step (3). (1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C through NULL loop and no noise injected.

(3) Note down the initial value of the SES-L.1 for the test configuration. 7. (4) Force one 330ms "micro-interruption" every 1s for 2 seconds (a total of 2 micro-interruptions). Table 7-4 Correct reporting of the Full Initialization and LOSS-L. (8) Calculate the increase of these counters between the values from step (7) and step (3).992. (3) Additional test conditions: OPTIONAL OLR (SRA. (2) Configure the SUT with A2P_Fix_I_600k or B2P_Fix_I_864k profile depending on the G. (1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C through NULL loop and no noise injected.5 Annex under test. UAS-L and UAS-LFE performance monitoring counters at the ATU-C and the initial value of the SES-L and UAS-L counters at the ATU-R.992. 63 of 69 . (3) If available.1 for the test configuration. (4) The increase of SES-L counter at the ATU-R SHALL be equal to the increase of SES-LFE counter at the ATU-C. (5) The increase of SES-L counter at the ATU-R. (2) No increase of UAS-L and UAS-LFE at the ATU-C SHALL be reported during the test time. no increase of UAS-L at the ATU-R SHALL be reported. LOSS-L and LOSSLFE (1) See Section 4. All rights reserved.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan 7.3 Performance Monitoring Counters for Full Initialization. and UAS-L and UAS-LFE at the ATU-C.5 Annex under test. LOSS-LFE counters Test Configuration February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. DRR) SHALL not be used. (7) Note down the value of the counter SES-L and UAS-L at the ATUR Note down the value of the counters SES-L and SES-LFE. (2) Force an initialization and wait for modem to sync. Wait 1 minute following synchronization. as well as the increase of both SES-LFE and SES-L counters at the ATU-C. (2) Configure the SUT with A2P_Fix_I_600k or B2P_Fix_I_864k profile depending on the G. (6) Force performance monitoring counters update and wait 30 seconds for the counters to be read out. (5) Repeat previous event 14 times (14 x 2 micro-interruptions) with 10s between each event. SHALL be at least equal to 30 and  45. SES-LFE.2 Performance Monitoring Counters for SES Table 7-3 Severely Errored Second Test Test Configuration TR-105 Issue 1 Method of Procedure Expected Result (1) See Section 4. (1) No loss of synchronization SHALL occur during the test.

(3) Additional test conditions: OPTIONAL OLR (SRA. Wait at least 60s before reconnecting the line and wait for the transition back to L0 state. 7.5 Annex under test. LOSS-L and LOSS-LFE performance monitoring counters at the ATU-C and the initial value of the LOSS-L counter at the ATU-R. (3) Note down the initial value of the UAS-L and UAS-LFE performance monitoring counters at the ATU-C and the initial value of the UAS-L counter at the ATU-R. (2) The increase of the Full initialization count SHALL be ≥ 5 (NOTE). LOSS-L at the ATU-R SHALL be  20. (2) Configure the ATU-C with A2P_Fix_I_600k or B2P_Fix_I_864k profile depending on the G. (3) The difference between increase of the LOSS-LFE counter at the ATU-C and LOSS-L counter at the ATU-R SHALL be  35.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Method of Procedure TR-105 Issue 1 Expected Result (1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C with NULL loop and no noise injected. LOSS-L and LOSS-LFE at the ATU-C and LOSS-L at the ATU-R. (7) Note down the value of these counters (UAS-L and UAS-LFE) on the ATU-C and the value of the UAS-L counter at the ATU-R.Unavailable Seconds Test (1) See Section 4. (2) Force an initialization and wait for modem to sync. (7) Note down the final value of the Full initialization count. (1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C through NULL loop and no noise injected. (3) Note down the initial value of the Full initialization count.992. (6) Repeat steps (4) and (5) 4 times. NOTE: The count MAY be >5 in case of failed full initialization. LOSS-L and LOSS-LFE as the difference between the values from step (7) and step (3). (4) Disconnect the line for at least 7s until the modems retrain. (4) Disconnect the line and wait for modem to transit from L0 to L3 state. (8) Calculate the increase of the full initialization count.4 Performance Monitoring Counters for Unavailable Seconds Table 7-5. © The Broadband Forum.1 for the test configuration. Wait 1 minute following synchronization. (8) Calculate the increase of the UAS counters between step (7) and step (3). (5) Wait for 1 min following synchronization. (4) The increase of the LOSS-L at the ATU-C and. Test Configuration Method of Procedure February 2010 64 of 69 . All rights reserved. (2) Wait 1 minute following synchronization. if available. (5) Measure the duration between the line disconnection and the moment that the operational state of the line at the ATU-C is reported as ‘in Showtime’. (1) The increase of the Full initialization count value at the ATU-R SHALL be equal to the increase of the Full initialization count reported by the ATU-C. (6) Force performance monitoring counters update and wait 30 seconds for the counters to be read out. DRR) SHALL not be used.

(4) Wait for 3 minutes. (1) Connect ATU-R and ATU-C with PE0.4 4000m length loop for Annex A or 3000m for Annex B and -140dBm/Hz White Noise injected on both sides.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Expected Result TR-105 Issue 1 (1) The modem SHALL drop the connection after the disconnection of the line. If it does. (3) If. available.6 Verification of the Previous data rate parameter Table 7-7 Previous data rate test (1) See Section 4. (2) Configure the SUT for operation in one of the following specific test profiles associated to the ADSL operation mode to be tested:  ADSL2: A2_RA_I1/2_16000k or B2_RA_I_16000k  ADSL2plus: A2P_RA_I_30000k or B2P_RA_I_30000k (3) Set up the line simulator to 2500 m PE04. (5) Note down the value of failed full initialization counter at the ATU-R and ATU-C.992. Test Configuration Method of Procedure Expected Result 7. 7. (5) If available. (2) ΔUAS-L calculated at the ATU-C SHALL not differ from the value measured in step (5) by more than 10s. The increase of the failed full initialization counter SHALL be greater than or equal to 2.5 Performance Monitoring Counters for Failed Full Initialization Table 7-6 Correct reporting of the Failed Full Initialization counter (1) See Section 4. (2) Verify that the modem doesn't sync (wait for 3 minutes). If the modem synchronizes within this period.1 for the test configuration. ΔUAS-L calculated at the ATU-R SHALL not differ from the value of ΔUAS-LFE calculated at the ATU-C by more than 13s. (4) Set the noise generator to -120dBm/Hz AWGN at both ends of the loop. Test Configuration February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. go back to step (2) and increase loop length by 150m. increase loop length by 150m and redo the test from step (1). (3) Note down the initial value of failed full initialization counter at the ATU-R and ATU-C.3 Annex under test. All rights reserved. the ΔUAS-L calculated at the ATU-R SHALL not differ from the value measured in step (5) by more than 10s. (2) Configure the ATU-C with A2_Fix_I_7288k or B2_Fix_I_7288k profile depending on the G. 65 of 69 . (6) Calculate the increase of failed full initialization counter between the values from step (5) and step (3). (4) ΔUAS-LFE calculated at the ATU-C SHALL not differ from the value measured in step (5) by more than 14s.1 for the test configuration.

All rights reserved. (5) Reconnect the line and wait for modem to sync. (4) Increase the AWGN noise by 5dB on both sides. 66 of 69 . Wait 1 minute following synchronization. (7) Verify that both upstream and downstream actual data rates after disconnection (in step (6)) are different from the initial actual data rates (in step (2)). (2) Note down the reported actual data rate in upstream and downstream. February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. increase the loop length by 150m and redo the test from step (1). Reported upstream and downstream previous data rates in step (8) SHALL be equal to the initial upstream and downstream actual data rates in step (2). If not. (6) Note down the reported actual data rate in upstream and downstream.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan Method of Procedure TR-105 Issue 1 Expected Result (1) Force an initialization and wait for modem to sync. (3) Disconnect the line. (8) Note down the reported previous data rate in upstream and downstream.

992. 8.992.992. FC1) G.1 D-FMC Test for G.5 Annex A ClassA mand_24k (ETSI.992. FC5) Loop Length Expected (m.5 framing memory classes (FC1 to FC5) defined in section 4. This test applies to the G.992.992.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 8 Downstream Framing-Memory Class (D-FMC) Verification Test The purpose of this test is to verify that the measured data rate in downstream is consistent with the achievable data rate for the framing memory class that is identified with the equipment information provided to the test lab by the equipment supplier.992.3. FC4) G. FC3) G. FC2) G.2. All rights reserved. 1 individual test – 1 test SHALL be passed per framing-memory class applicable to the SUT Table 8-1 Test profile A2P_RA_I8_30000k A2P_RA_I8_30000k DS Sync Rate (kbps) Framing-memory class G. Reported (dB) 100 3000 100 5000 February 2010 © The Broadband Forum.5 Annex A ClassA opt_16k (ITU.992.5 Annex A ClassA opt_24k (ITU.5 Annex A SUT that claims to support one of the G.5 Annex A framing memory classes SHALL pass the data rate requirements for specific test profiles A2P_RA_I8_30000k and A2P_RA_I4_30000k in the applicable framing class. Data rate requirements are defined in Table 8-1 and Table 8-2. ETSI loop 1) 100 1000 Measured Pass/ Fail DS Noise Margin. 67 of 69 .5 Annex A ClassB _16k (ITU.5 Annex A ClassA mand_16k (ETSI.

5 Annex A ClassB _16k (ITU.5 Annex A ClassA opt_24k (ITU. FC4) G.992.992. FC3) G. Data rate requirements are defined in Table 8-3 and Table 8-4.992.992.5 Annex B ClassA opt_24k (ITU. FC2) G. Reported (dB) 8.992.992.5 Annex B framing memory classes SHALL pass the data rate requirements for specific test profiles B2P_RA_I8_30000k and B2P_RA_I4_30000k in the applicable framing class. FC1) G.5 Annex A ClassA mand_16k (ETSI.992.5 Annex B ClassB _16k (ITU.5 Annex B SUT that claims to support one of the G. All rights reserved.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 1 individual test – 1 test SHALL be passed per framing-memory class applicable to the SUT Table 8-2 Test profile A2P_RA_I4_30000k A2P_RA_I4_30000k DS Sync Rate (kbps) Framing-memory class G. FC5) Loop Length (m.5 Annex B ClassA mand_24k (ETSI. FC5) Loop Length Expected (m.5 Annex A ClassA mand_24k (ETSI. 1 individual test – 1 test SHALL be passed per framing-memory class applicable to the SUT Table 8-3 Test profile B2P_RA_I8_30000k B2P_RA_I8_30000k DS Sync Rate (kbps) Framing-memory class G.5 Annex B ClassA opt_16k (ITU.992. FC3) G. Reported (dB) 100 3000 100 5000 February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. ETSI loop 1) 100 100 100 100 100 Expected Measured 3000 12000 16000 13500 18000 Pass/ Fail DS Noise Margin.992. FC2) G. ETSI loop 1) 100 1000 Measured Pass/ Fail DS Noise Margin. FC4) G.992.5 Annex A ClassA opt_16k (ITU.2 D-FMC Test for G. 68 of 69 .992.992.5 Annex B ClassA mand_16k (ETSI. FC1) G.

5 Annex B ClassB _16k (ITU. 69 of 69 .992.992. Reported (dB) End of Broadband Forum Technical Report TR-105 February 2010 © The Broadband Forum. FC3) G.ADSL2/ADSL2plus Functionality Test Plan TR-105 Issue 1 1 individual test – 1 test SHALL be passed per framing-memory class applicable to the SUT Table 8-4 Test profile B2P_RA_I4_30000k B2P_RA_I4_30000k DS Sync Rate (kbps) Framing-memory class G. All rights reserved. FC1) G.992.5 Annex B ClassA opt_16k (ITU.992. FC4) G.5 Annex B ClassA mand_16k (ETSI.992.5 Annex B ClassA opt_24k (ITU. FC5) Loop Length (m. ETSI loop 1) 100 100 100 100 100 Expected Measured 3000 12000 16000 13500 18000 Pass/ Fail DS Noise Margin.5 Annex B ClassA mand_24k (ETSI. FC2) G.