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AFBR-79EIDZ

QSFP+ iSR4 Pluggable, Parallel Fiber-Optics Module for 40Gb Ethernet, 4 x 10Gb Ethernet and InfiniBand Applications

AFBR

-79EID

Z

Data Sheet
Description
The Avago Technologies AFBR-79EIDZ is a Four-Channel, Pluggable, Parallel, Fiber-Optic QSFP+ Transceiver for 40 Gigabit Ethernet (40GbE) applications with added capability of inter-operating with IEEE 10GBASE-SR compliant products. It also supports 4 x 10G InfiniBand (IB) quadruple data rate (40G-IB-QDR) application and is backward compatible to the 4 x 5G IB dual data rate (20G-IB-DDR) and 4 x 2.5G IB single data rate (10G-IB-SDR) applications. This transceiver is a high performance module for short-range multi-lane data communication and interconnect applications. It integrates four data lanes in each direction with each lane operating at 10.3125 Gbps, giving an aggregated bandwidth of 40 Gbps. This transceiver can also be used for high density 10 Gigabit Ethernet application to allow effective port count of over 100 within 1 RU rack. It allows optical interoperability with any 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) transceiver, compliant to the IEEE 802.3ae 10GBASE-SR specifications, of form factors such as SFP+, XFP and X2. This transceiver is designated as a QSFP+ iSR4 solution, where the letter i represents interoperability between this QSFP+ transceiver with any 10GBASE-SR compliant modules. This QSFP+ transceiver link length for either 40 Gigabit Ethernet or high density 10 Gigabit Ethernet application is up to 100 m using OM3 fiber or 150 m using OM4 fiber. These modules are designed to operate over multimode fiber systems using a nominal wavelength of 850nm. The electrical interface uses a 38 contact edge type connector. The optical interface uses an 8 or 12 fiber MTP? (MPO) connector. This module incorporates Avago Technologies proven integrated circuit and VCSEL technology to provide reliable long life, high performance, and consistent service.

Features
? Compliant to the 40GBASE-SR4 and XLPPI Specifications per IEEE 802.3ba-2010 ? Support optical interoperability with IEEE 802.3ae 10GBASE-SR modules of various form factors such as SFP+, XFP, and X2 ? Support 40G-IB-QDR / 20G-IB-DDR / 10G-IB-SDR applications ? Compliant to the industry standard SFF-8436 QSFP+ Specification Revision 3.5 ? Power Level 1: Max Power <1.5W ? High port density: 21mm horizontal port pitch ? Operates at 10.3125 Gbps per channel with 64b/66b encoded data for 40GbE / 10GbE applications and at 10 Gbps with 8b/10b compatible encoded data for 40G-IB-QDR application ? Links up to 100m using OM3 fiber and 150m using OM4 fiber ? 0 to 70°C case temperature operating range ? Proven High Reliability 850 nm technology: Avago VCSEL array transmitter and Avago PIN array receiver ? Hot pluggable transceiver for servicing and ease of installation ? Two Wire Serial (TWS) interface with maskable interrupts for expanded functionality ? Utilizes a standard 12/8 lane optical fiber with MTP? (MPO) optical connector for high density and thin, light-weight cable management

Applications
? 40GbE, high density 4 x 10GbE, and 40G-IB-QDR / 20G-IB-DDR / 10G-IB-SDR interconnects ? Datacom/Telecom switch & router connections ? Data aggregation and backplane applications ? Proprietary protocol and density applications

Part Number Ordering Options
AFBR-79EIDZ AFBR-79Q4EKZ* AFBR-79Q2EKZ** QSFP+ iSR4 module with full real-time digital diagnostic monitoring Evaluation Board Evaluation Kit

* Includes GUI and User Guide ** Includes GUI, User Guide, i-Port and Power Supply

Patent - www.avagotech.com/patents

WARNING
CAUTION! Viewing the laser output with certain optical instruments (for

INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION DO NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS CLASS 1M LASER PRODUCT

example, eye loupes, magnifiers and microscopes) within a distance of 100 mm may pose an eye hazard.

CAUTION! Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. Note: Standard used for classification: EN 60825-1:2007

CLASS 1M LASER PRODUCT: INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION, DO NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS

1x4 VCSEL Array

Din[4:1][p/n] (8) SCL SDA ModSelL LPMode ModPresL ResetL IntL Dout[4:1][p/n] (8) Electrical Interface

TX Input Bu er 4 Channels

Laser Driver 4 Channels

Optical Interface

Control

Diagnostic Monitors 1x4 PIN Array

RX Output Bu er 4 Channels

TIA 4 Channels

Figure 1. Transceiver Block Diagram

Transmitter
The optical transmitter portion of the transceiver (see Figure 1) incorporates a 4-channel VCSEL (Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser) array, a 4-channel input buffer and laser driver, diagnostic monitors, control and bias blocks. The transmitter is designed for EN 60825 and CDRH eye safety compliance; Class 1M out of the module. The Tx Input Buffer provides CML compatible differential inputs presenting a nominal differential input impedance of 100 Ohms. AC coupling capacitors are located inside the QSFP+ module and are not required on the host board. For module control and interrogation, the control interface (LVTTL compatible) incorporates a Two Wire Serial (TWS) interface of clock and data signals. Diagnostic monitors for VCSEL bias, module temperature, and module power supply voltage are implemented and results are available through the TWS interface. Alarm and warning thresholds are established for the monitored attributes. Flags are set and interrupts generated when the attributes are outside the thresholds. Flags are also set and interrupts generated for loss of input signal (LOS) and transmitter fault conditions. All flags are latched and will remain set even if the condition initiating the latch clears and operation resumes. All interrupts can be masked and flags are reset by reading the appropriate flag register. The optical output will squelch for loss of input signal unless squelch is disabled. Fault detection or channel deactivation through the TWS interface will disable the channel. Status, alarm/warning and fault information are available via the TWS interface. To reduce the need for polling, the hardware interrupt signal is provided to inform hosts of an assertion of alarm, warning, LOS and/ or Tx fault.

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Receiver
The optical receiver portion of the transceiver (see Figure 1) incorporates a 4-channel PIN photodiode array, a 4-channel TIA array, a 4 channel output buffer, diagnostic monitors, and control and bias blocks. The Rx Output Buffer provides CML compatible differential outputs for the high speed electrical interface presenting nominal single-ended output impedances of 50 Ohms to AC ground and 100 Ohms differentially that should be differentially terminated with 100 Ohms. AC coupling capacitors are located inside the QSFP+ module and are not required on the host board. Diagnostic monitors for optical input power are implemen-ted and results are available through the TWS interface. Alarm and warning thresholds are established for the monitored attributes. Flags are set and interrupts generated when the attributes are outside the thresholds. Flags are also set and interrupts generated for loss of optical input signal (LOS). All flags are latched and will remain set even if the condition initiating the flag clears and operation resumes. All interrupts can be masked and flags are reset upon reading the appropriate flag register. The electrical output will squelch for loss of input signal (unless squelch is disabled) and channel de-activation through TWS interface. Status and alarm/warning information are available via the TWS interface. To reduce the need for polling, the hardware interrupt signal is provided to inform hosts of an assertion of alarm, warning and/or LOS.

High Speed Electrical Signal Interface
Figure 2 shows the interface between an ASIC/SerDes and the QSFP+ module. For simplicity, only one channel is shown. The high speed signal lines are AC-coupled 100 Ohm differential lines. The AC coupling is inside the QSFP+ module and not required on the host board. The 100 Ohm differential terminations are inside the QSFP+ module for the transmitter lines and at the host ASIC/ SerDes for the Receiver lines. All transmitter and receiver electrical channels are compliant to module XLPPI specifications per IEEE 802.3ba.

Control Signal Interface
The module has the following low speed signals for control and status: ModSelL, LPMode, ResetL, ModPrsL, IntL. In addition, there is an industry standard two wire serial interface scaled for 3.3 volt LVTTL. It is implemented as a slave device. Signals and timing characteristics are further defined in the Control Interface section. The registers of the serial interface memory are defined in the Memory Map section and corresponding Avago Technologies QSFP+ Memory Map document.

Host Board (Only one channel shown for simplicity)
Rx Out p (Optical Interface) Module Card Edge (Host Interface) Rx Out n QSFP + Module Tx In p Tx In n Tx Optical Connector/Port Rx Rx 1 Rx 2 Rx 3 Rx 4

ASIC (SerDes)

Host Edge Card Connector

Tx 4 Tx 3 Tx 2 Tx 1

Figure 2. Application Reference Diagram

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Digital Diagnostic Monitoring
Digital diagnostic monitoring is available for AFBR-79EIDZ. The information provides opportunity for predictive failure identification, compliance prediction, fault isolation and component monitoring.

Regulatory & Compliance
Various standard and regulations apply to the modules. These include eye-safety, EMC, ESD and RoHS. See the Regulatory Section for details regarding these and component recognition. Please note the module transmitter is a Class 1M laser product – DO NOT VIEW RADIATION DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS. See Regulatory Compliance Table for details.

Predictive Failure Identification – The diagnostic informa-

tion allows the host system to identify potential link problems. Once identified, a “failover” technique can be used to isolate and replace suspect devices before system uptime is impacted.

Package Outline
The module is designed to meet the package outline defined in the QSFP+ SFF-8436 Specification. See the package outline and host board footprint figures (Figures 13 – 16) for details.

Compliance Prediction – The real-time diagnostic para-

meters can be monitored to alert the system when operating limits are exceeded and compliance cannot be ensured. As an example, the real time average receiver optical power can be used to assess the compliance of the cable plant and remote transmitter.

Handling and Cleaning
The transceiver module can be damaged by exposure to current surges and over voltage events. Care should be taken to restrict exposure to the conditions defined in the Absolute Maximum Ratings. Wave soldering, reflow soldering and/or aqueous wash process with the modules on board are not recommended. Normal handling precautions for electrostatic discharge sensitive devices should be observed. Each module is supplied with an inserted port plug for protection of the optical ports. This plug should always be in place whenever a fiber cable is not inserted. The optical connector includes recessed elements that are exposed whenever a cable or port plug is not inserted. Prior to insertion of a fiber optic cable, it is recommended that the cable end be cleaned to avoid contamination from the cable plug. The port plug ensures the optics remains clean and no additional cleaning should be needed. In the event of contamination, dry nitrogen or clean dry air at less than 20 psi can be used to dislodge the contamination. The optical port features (e.g. guide pins) preclude use of a solid instrument. Liquids are also not advised.

Fault Isolation – The diagnostic information can allow

the host to pinpoint the location of a link problem and accelerate system servicing and minimize downtime.

Component Monitoring – As part of host system qualifi-

cation and verification, real time transceiver diagnostic information can be combined with system level monitoring to ensure performance and operating environment are meeting application requirements. Digital diagnostic monitoring for the following attributes is implemented.

Transceiver module temperature – represents the module
internal temperature (lower page 0 bytes 22-23)

Transceiver module power supply – reports the module
+3.3V supply voltage (lower page 0 bytes 26-27)

Transmitter laser bias current – reports the DC laser bias

current for each transmitter channel (lower page 0 bytes 42-43 for ch.1, bytes 44-45 for ch.2, bytes 46-47 for ch.3, bytes 48-49 for ch.4)

Receiver input power – reports the average input optical
power for each receiver channel (lower page 0 bytes 34-35 for ch.1, bytes 36-37 for ch.2, bytes 38-39 for ch.3, bytes 40-41 for ch.4) All diagnostic monitor attributes are two-byte fields. To maintain coherency, the host must access these with single two-byte read sequences. For each monitored attribute, alarm and warning thresholds are established. Flags are set and interrupts generated when the attributes are outside the thresholds. All flags are latched and will remain set even if the condition initiating the flag clears. A mask bit that can be set to prevent assertion of interrupt for each individual attribute exists for every monitor flag. Entries in the mask fields are volatile.
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Stress in excess of any of the individual Absolute Maximum Ratings can cause immediate catastrophic damage to the module even if all other parameters are within recommended operating conditions. It should not be assumed that limiting values of more than one parameter can be applied to the module concurrently. Exposure to any of the Absolute Maximum Ratings for extended periods can adversely affect reliability. Parameter
Storage Temperature 3.3 V Power Supply Voltage Data Input Voltage – Single Ended Data Input Voltage – Differential Control Input Voltage Control Output Current Relative Humidity |Vdip - Vdin| Vi Io RH -0.5 -20 5

Symbol
Ts Vcc

Min
-40 -0.5 -0.5

Max
85 3.6 Vcc+0.5 1.0 Vcc+0.5, 3.6 20 95

Units
°C V V V V mA %

Reference

1

Note: 1. This is the maximum voltage that can be applied across the differential inputs without damaging the input circuitry.

Recommended Operating Conditions
Recommended Operating Conditions specify parameters for which the optical and electrical characteristics hold unless otherwise noted. Optical and electrical characteristics are not defined for operation outside the Recommended Operating Conditions, reliability is not implied and damage to the module may occur for such operation over an extended period of time. Parameter
Case Temperature 3.3 V Power Supply Voltage Signal Rate per Channel Control* Input Voltage High Control* Input Voltage Low Two Wire Serial (TWS) Interface Clock Rate Power Supply Noise Receiver Differential Data Output Load Fiber Length: 2000 MHz?km 50?m MMF (OM3) Fiber Length: 4700 MHz?km 50?m MMF (OM4)
* Control signals, LVTTL (3.3 V) compatible Notes: 1. The position of case temperature measurement is shown in Figure 8. 2. 64b/66b coding is assumed 3. Power Supply Noise is defined as the peak-to-peak noise amplitude over the frequency range at the host supply side of the recommended power supply filter with the module and recommended filter in place. Voltage levels including peak-to-peak noise are limited to the recommended operating range of the associated power supply. See Figure 9 for recommended power supply filter. 4. Channel insertion loss of 1.9dB (OM3) / 1.5dB (OM4) included with 1.5dB (OM3) / 1dB (OM4) allocated for connection and splice loss.

Symbol
Tc Vcc Vih Vil

Min
0 3.135 2 -0.3

Typ
40 3.3 10.3125

Max
70 3.465 Vcc+.3 0.8 400 50

Units
°C V GBd V V kHz mVpp Ohms m m

Reference
1 2

3

100 0.5 0.5 100 150

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Transceiver Electrical Characteristics*
The following characteristics are defined over the Recommended Operating Conditions unless otherwise noted. Typical values are for Tc = 40°C, Vcc = 3.3 V Parameter
Transceiver Power Consumption Transceiver Power Supply Current Transceiver Power On Initialization Time tpwr init

Symbols

Min

Typ

Max
1.5 475 2000

Units
W mA ms

Reference

1

* For control signal timing including ModSelL, LPMode, ResetL, ModPrsL, IntL, SCL and SDA see Control Interface Section. Note: 1. Power On Initialization Time is the time from when the supply voltages reach and remain above the minimum Recommended Operating Conditions to the time when the module enables TWS access. The module at that point is fully functional.

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Transmitter Electrical Characteristics
The following characteristics are defined over the Recommended Operating Conditions unless otherwise noted. Typical values are for Tc = 40°C, Vcc = 3.3 V Parameter
LOS Assert Threshold: Tx Data Input Differential Peak-to-Peak Voltage Swing LOS Hysteresis

Symbol
ΔVdi pp los

Min
50

Typ

Max

Units
mVpp

Notes

0.5

4

dB

1

Parameter (From Table 86A-2 of IEEE 802.3ba)
Single ended input voltage tolerance [2] AC common mode input voltage tolerance Differential input return loss

Test Point*
TP1a TP1a TP1

Min
-0.3 15 See IEEE 802.3ba 86A.4.1.1 10 0.17 0.29 0.07

Typ

Max
4

Units
V mV dB

Notes/Conditions
Referred to TP1 signal common RMS 10 MHz to 11.1 GHz

Differential to common-mode input return loss J2 Jitter tolerance J9 Jitter tolerance Data Dependent Pulse Width Shrinkage (DDPWS) tolerance Eye Mask Coordinates: X1, X2 Y1, Y2
* See Figure 6 for Test Point definitions.

TP1 TP1a TP1a TP1a TP1a

dB UI UI UI

10 MHz to 11.1 GHz Defined in IEEE 802.3ba spec Defined in IEEE 802.3ba spec

SPECIFICATION VALUES 0.11, 0.31 95, 350

UI mV

Hit Ratio = 5x10-5

Note: 1. LOS Hysteresis is defined as 20*Log(LOS De-assert Level / LOS Assert Level). 2. The single ended input voltage tolerance is the allowable range of the instantaneous input signals

Y2 Di?erential amplitude (mV) Y1 0 -Y1 -Y2 0 X1 X2 Time (UI) 1-X2 1-X1 1

Figure 3. Electrical Eye Mask Coordinates at Hit ratio 5 x 10-5 hits per sample

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Receiver Electrical Characteristics
The following characteristics are defined over the Recommended Operating Conditions unless otherwise noted. Typical values are for Tc = 40°C, Vcc = 3.3 V Parameter (From Table 86A-3 of IEEE 802.3ba)
Single ended output voltage AC common mode voltage (RMS) Termination mismatch at 1MHz Differential output return loss

Test Point*
TP4 TP4 TP4 TP4

Min
-0.3

Typ

Max
4 7.5 5

Units
V mV % dB

Notes/Conditions
Referred to signal common RMS 10 MHz to 11.1 GHz

See IEEE 802.3ba 86A.4.2.1 See IEEE 802.3ba 86A.4.2.2 28 0.42 0.65 SPECIFICATION VALUES 0.29, 0.5 150, 425

Common-mode output return loss

TP4

dB

10 MHz to 11.1 GHz

Output transition time 20% to 80% J2 Jitter output J9 Jitter output Eye Mask coordinates: X1, X2 Y1, Y2
* See Figure 6 for Test Point definitions.

TP4 TP4 TP4 TP4

ps UI UI UI mV Hit Ratio = 5x10-5

Y2
Di erential Amplitude [mV]

Y1 0 -Y1 -Y2 0 X1 X2 1-X1 1.0

Normalized Time [UI]

Figure 4. Rx Electrical Eye Mask Coordinates (TP4) at Hit ratio 5 x 10-5 hits per sample

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Transmitter Optical Characteristics
The following characteristics are defined over the Recommended Operating Conditions unless otherwise noted. Typical values are for Tc = 40°C, Vcc = 3.3 V Parameter (From Table 86-6 of IEEE 802.3ba)
Center wavelength RMS spectral width Average launch power, each lane Optical Modulation Amplitude (OMA) each lane Difference in launch power between any two lanes (OMA) Peak power, each lane Launch power in OMA minus TDP, each lane Transmitter and dispersion penalty (TDP), each lane Extinction ratio Optical return loss tolerance Encircled flux

Test Point*
TP2 TP2 TP2 TP2 TP2 TP2 TP2 TP2 TP2 TP2 TP2

Min
840

Typ
850

Max
860 0.65

Units
nm nm dBm dBm dB dBm dBm

Notes/Conditions
RMS Spectral Width is the standard deviation of the spectrum Even if the TDP<0.9 dB, the OMA minimum must exceed -5.6 dBm

-7.6 -5.6

-1 3 4 4

-6.5 3.5 3 12 ≥ 86% at 19 μm, ≤ 30% at 4.5 μm SPECIFICATION VALUES 0.23, 0.34, 0.43, 0.27, 0.35, 0.4 -30

dB dB dB If measured into type A1a.2 50 μm fiber in accordance with EN 61280-1-4 UI dBm Hit Ratio = 5x10-5

Eye Mask coordinates: X1, X2, X3, Y1, Y2, Y3 Average launch power of OFF transmitter, each lane
* See Figure 6 for Test Point definitions.

TP2 TP2

1+Y3 1 Normalizd Amplitude [UA] 1-Y1 1-Y2 0.5 Y2 Y1 0 -Y3 0 X1 X2 X3 1-X3 1-X2 Normalized Time [UI] 1-X1 1.0

X1 = 0.23 X2 = 0.34 X3 = 0.43 Y1 = 0.27 Y2 = 0.35 Y3 = 0.40

Figure 5. Transmitter eye mask definitions at Hit ratio 5 x 10-5 hits per sample

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Receiver Optical Characteristics
The following characteristics are defined over the Recommended Operating Conditions unless otherwise noted. Typical values are for Tc = 40°C, Vcc = 3.3 V Parameter (From Table 86-8 of IEEE 802.3ba)
Center wavelength, each lane Damage Threshold1

Test Point*
TP3 TP3

Min
840 3.4

Typ
850

Max
860 2.4 -12 3 -5.4

Units
nm dBm dBm dB dBm dBm

Notes/Conditions

Maximum Average power at receiver TP3 input, each lane Receiver Reflectance Optical Modulation Amplitude (OMA), each lane Stressed receiver sensitivity in OMA, each lane Conditions of stressed receiver sensitivity: 2 Vertical Eye Closure Penalty, each lane Stressed eye J2 Jitter, each lane Stressed eye J9 Jitter, each lane OMA of each aggressor lane Peak power, each lane LOS Assert LOS De-Assert – OMA LOS Hysteresis
* See Figure 6 for Test Point definitions.

TP3 TP3 TP3 TP3 TP3 TP3 TP3 TP3 TP3 TP3 TP3 TP3 0.5 -30 1.9 0.30 0.47 -0.4

Measured with conformance test signal at TP3 for BER = 10e-12

dB UI UI dBm 4 -7.5 dBm dBm dBm dB

Note: 1. The receiver shall be able to tolerate, without damage, continuous exposure to a modulated optical input signal having this power level on one lane. The receiver does not have to operate correctly at this input power 2. Vertical eye closure penalty and stressed eye jitter are test conditions for measuring stressed receiver sensitivity. They are not characteristics of the receiver. The apparent discrepancy between VECP and TDP is because VECP is defined at eye center while TDP is defined with ±0.15 UI offsets of the sampling instant

Electrical Connector

Optical Patch Cord

ASIC/ SerDes

Electrical Connector

QSFP + TX

QSFP + RX Fiber

ASIC/ SerDes

TP 0

TP 1 TP 1a

TP 2

TP 3

TP 4a TP 4

TP 5

TP0 : Host ASIC transmitter output at ASIC package contact on the Host board TP1 : Host ASIC transmitter output across the Host Board at the input side of the Host QSFP+ electrical connector TP1a : Host ASIC transmitter output across the Host board at the output side of the Host QSFP+ electrical connector TP2 : QSFP+ transmitter optical output at the end of a 2m to 5m patch cord TP3 : QSFP+ receiver optical input at the end of the fiber TP4a : QSFP+ receiver electrical output at the input side of the Host QSFP+ electrical connector TP4 : QSFP+ receiver electrical output at the output side of the Host QSFP+ electrical connector TP5 : Host ASIC receiver input at ASIC package contact on the Host board

Figure 6. Test point definitions

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Regulatory Compliance Table
Feature
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to the Electrical Contacts

Test Method
JEDEC Human Body Model (HBM) (JESD22-A114-B) JEDEC Charge Device Model (CDM) (JESD22-C101D) GR1089 Variation of EN 61000-4-2 FCC Part 15 CENELEC EN55022 (CISPR 22A) VCCI Class 1 Variation of EN 61000-4-3

Performance
Transceiver module withstands 1kV on high speed pins and 2kV on low speed pins Transceiver module withstands 250V 10 discharges of 8 kV on the electrical faceplate with device inserted into a panel Air discharge of 15kV(min) to connector w/o damage Typically passes with 10 dB margin. Actual performance dependent on enclosure design Typically minimum effect from a 10V/m field swept from 80 MHz to 1 GHz applied to the module without a chassis enclosure Pout: EN AEL & US FDA CDRH Class 1M UL File Number: E173874

Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Optical connector Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) to Optical Connector Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Immunity

Laser Eye Safety and Equipment Type Testing Component Recognition

EN 60825-1:2007 Underwriters Laboratories and Canadian Standards Association Joint Component Recognition for Information Technology Equipment including Electrical Business Equipment BS EN 1122:2001 Mtd B by ICP for Cadmium, EPA Method 3051A by ICP for Lead and Mercury, EPA Method 3060A & 7196A by UV/Vis Spectrophotometry for Hexavalent Chromium. EPA Method 3540C/3550B by GC/MS for PPB and PBDE BS EN method by ICP and EPA methods by ICP, UV/Vis Spectrophotometry and GC/MS.

RoHS Compliance

Less than 100 ppm of cadmium, Less than 1000 ppm of lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls, and polybrominated biphenyl esters.

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QSFP+ Transceiver Pad Layout
38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 GND TX1n TX1p GND TX3n TX3p GND LPMode Vcc1 VccTx IntL ModPrsL GND RX4p RX4n GND RX2p RX2n GND Top Side Viewed from Top Figure 7. QSFP+ Transceiver Pad Layout Pin Logic Symbol Description Plug Sequence Notes GND TX2n TX2p GND TX4n TX4p GND ModSelL ResetL VccRx SCL SDA GND RX3p RX3n GND RX1p RX1n GND Bottom Side Viewed from Bottom 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

1 GND Ground 1 1 2 CML-I Tx2n Transmitter Inverted Data Input 3 3 CML-I Tx2p Transmitter Non-Inverted Data Input 3 4 GND Ground 1 1 5 CML-I Tx4n Transmitter Inverted Data Input 3 6 CML-I Tx4p Transmitter Non-Inverted Data Input 3 7 GND Ground 1 1 8 LVTTL-I ModSelL Module Select 3 9 LVTTL-I ResetL Module Reset 3 10 Vcc Rx +3.3V Power supply receiver 2 2 11 LVCMOS-I/O SCL 2-wire serial interface clock 3 12 LVCMOS-I/O SDA 2-wire serial interface data 3 13 GND Ground 1 1 14 CML-O Rx3p Receiver Non-Inverted Data Output 3 15 CML-O Rx3n Receiver Inverted Data Output 3 16 GND Ground 1 1 17 CML-O Rx1p Receiver Non-Inverted Data Output 3 18 CML-O Rx1n Receiver Inverted Data Output 3 19 GND Ground 1 1 20 GND Ground 1 1 21 CML-O Rx2n Receiver Inverted Data Output 3 22 CML-O Rx2p Receiver Non-Inverted Data Output 3 23 GND Ground 1 1 24 CML-O Rx4n Receiver Inverted Data Output 3 25 CML-O Rx4p Receiver Non-Inverted Data Output 3 26 GND Ground 1 1 27 LVTTL-O ModPrsL Module Present 3 28 LVTTL-O IntL Interrupt 3 29 Vcc Tx +3.3V Power supply transmitter 2 2 30 Vcc1 +3.3V Power Supply 2 2 31 LVTTL-I LPMode Low Power Mode 3 32 GND Ground 1 1 33 CML-I Tx3p Transmitter Non-Inverted Data Input 3 34 CML-I Tx3n Transmitter Inverted Data Input 3 35 GND Ground 1 1 36 CML-I Tx1p Transmitter Non-Inverted Data Input 3 37 CML-I Tx1n Transmitter Inverted Data Input 3 38 GND Ground 1 1 Notes: 1. GND is the symbol for signal supply (power) common for the QSFP+ module. All are common within the QSFP+ module and all module voltages are referenced to this potential unless otherwise noted. Connect these directly to the host board signal-common ground plane 2. Vcc Rx, Vcc1 and Vcc Tx are the receiver and transmitter power supplies and shall be applied concurrently.

Card Edge

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Figure 8. Case Temperature Measurement Point

1 ?H Vcc Tx GND Vcc Rx GND 0.1 ?F 22 ?F 1 ?H 0.1 ?F 22 ?F 0.1 ?F 22 ?F Vcc_host = 3.3 Volt

1 ?H Vcc1 GND QSFP+ Module
Figure 9. Recommended Power Supply Filter

0.1 ?F

22 ?F

VCC25 VCC33 DPx VCC25 VCC33 DNx 50 ? Signal Path (Neg) 50 ? Signal Path (Pos)

Figure 10. Transmitter Data Input Equivalent Circuit

12

VCC25

VCC25 VCC33

50 ?

50 ? Doutp

Doutn

Signal Path (Neg)

Signal Path (Pos)

Figure 11. Receiver Data Output Equivalent Circuit

START SCL tLOW

tHIGH tR tF tHD,DAT

RESTART

STOP

START

tSU,SDA

tHD,SDA tR

tSU,DAT

tBUF

tSU,STO tF

tBUF

SDA In

Figure 12. TWS Interface Bus Timing

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Package Outline, Host PCB Footprint and Bezel Design
71

18.5

18.35

3 53

1

12.9

8.20

8.50

All dimensions in mm

Figure 13. Mechanical Package Outline X Y

BASIC 37.00 MAX. ?1.05 ±0.05 12 PLC ?0.10 M A K 11.30 MIN.
S

BASIC

L

7.60
S

10.60

3.10
L

9.00 6 PLC

3.40
38 1

22.15

17.90 REF. 7.20 19.00 16.80

1.10
20 19

C

Cross-hatched area denotes component and trace keep-out (except chassis ground) This area denotes component keep-out (traces allowed)
Notes: 1. Datum X & Y are established by the customer’s ?ducial 2. Datum A is the top surface of the host board 3. Location of the edge of PCB is application speci?c 4. Finished hole size All dimensions in mm

7.60 3.10

Figure 14. QSFP+ Host Board Mechanical Footprint 14

K

2.51 1 ?1.55 ±0.05 ?0.05 A X K S 5.18 1 3 38 0.80 7.40 Datum Axis C 15.02 MAX. 19.20 MAX. 2 22.15 16.80 0.20 7.00 3 0.20 1

K

L

20 0.35 ±0.03 0.05 A L-K C 1.80 ±0.03 0.05 A C L-K C

19

?1.55 ±0.05 ?0.05 A X Y
Notes: 1. Centerline of Pad 2. Surface traces permitted within this length 3. Indicated holes are optional

All dimensions in mm

Figure 15. QSFP+ Host Board Mechanical Footprint Detail

1 21 ±0.1 R0.3 TYP

B

2 43 ±0.3 Bezel

10.15 ±0.1 TYP

A

0.15 ±0.1 (Bottom of cut-out in bezel to top of PC Board)

20 ±0.1 TYP
Notes: 1 Minimum pitch dimension for individual cages. 2 Dimension baseline is datum K or L . 3. Not recommended for PCI applications.

2 37 MAX

All dimensions in mm

Figure 16. Host Board Bezel Design 15

Control Interface
The control interface combines dedicated signal lines for ModSelL, LPMode, ResetL, ModPrsL, IntL with two-wire serial (TWS), interface clock (SCL) and data (SDA), signals to provide users rich functionality over an efficient and easily used interface. The TWS interface is implemented as a slave device and compatible with industry standard two-wire serial protocol. It is scaled for 3.3 volt LVTTL. Outputs are high-z in the high state to support busing of these signals. Signal and timing characteristics are further defined in the Control I/O Characteristics section. For more details, see QSFP+ SFF-8436.

LPMode
Low power mode. When held high by host, the module is held at low power mode. When held low by host, the module operates in the normal mode. For class 1 power level modules (1.5W), low power mode has no effect.

ModPrsL
ModPrsL is pulled up to Vcc_Host on the host board and grounded in the module. The ModPrsL is asserted “Low” when module is inserted into the host connector, and deasserted “High” when the module is physically absent from the host connector.

ModSelL
The ModSelL is an input signal. When held low by the host, the module responds to 2-wire serial communication commands. The ModSelL allows the use of multiple QSFP+ modules on a single 2-wire interface bus. When the ModSelL is “High”, the module will not respond to or acknowledge any 2-wire interface communication from the host. ModSelL signal input node is biased to the “High” state in the module. In order to avoid conflicts, the host system shall not attempt 2-wire interface communications within the ModSelL de-assert time after any QSFP+ module is deselected. Similarly, the host must wait at least for the period of the ModSelL assert time before communicating with the newly selected module. The assertion and de-assertion periods of different modules may overlap as long as the above timing requirements are met.

IntL
IntL is an output signal. When “Low”, it indicates a possible module operational fault or a status critical to the host system. The host identifies the source of the interrupt using the 2-wire serial interface. The IntL signal is an open collector output and must be pulled to host supply voltage on the host board. A corresponding soft status IntL signal is also available in the transceiver memory page 0 address 2 bit 1.

Soft Status and Control
A number of soft status signals and controls are available in the AFBR-79EIDZ transceiver memory and accessible through the TWS interface. Some soft status signals include receiver LOS, optional transmitter LOS, transmitter fault and diagnostic monitor alarms and warnings. Some soft controls include transmitter disable (Tx_Dis), receiver output disable (Rx_Dis), transmitter squelch disable (Tx_ SqDis), receiver squelch disable (Rx_SqDis), and masking of status signal in triggering IntL. All soft status signals and controls are per channel basis. All soft control entries are volatile.

ResetL
The ResetL signal is pulled to Vcc in the QSFP+ module. A low level on the ResetL signal for longer than the minimum pulse length (t_Reset_init) initiates a complete module reset, returning all user module settings to their default state. Module Reset Assert Time (t_init) starts on the rising edge after the low level on the ResetL pin is released. During the execution of a reset (t_init) the host shall disregard all status bits until the module indicates a completion of the reset interrupt. The module indicates this by posting an IntL signal with the Data_Not_Ready bit negated. Note that on power up (including hot insertion) the module will post this completion of reset interrupt without requiring a reset.

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Receiver LOS
The receiver LOS status signal is on page 0 address 3 bits 0-3 for channels 1-4 respectively. Receiver LOS is based on input optical modulation amplitude (OMA). This status register is latched and it is cleared on read.

Transmitter Disable
The transmitter disable control is on page 0 address 86 bits 0-3 for channels 1-4 respectively. When in transmitter fault, toggling the transmitter disable bit signals the transmitter channel to exit the fault state and restores the channel function, unless fault condition persists.

Transmitter LOS
The transmitter LOS status signal is on page 0 address 3 bits 4-7 for channels 1-4 respectively. Transmitter LOS is based on input differential voltage. This status register is latched and it is cleared on read.

Receiver Disable
The receiver disable control is on page 3 address 241 bits 4-7 for channels 1-4 respectively.

Transmitter Fault
The transmitter fault status signal is on page 0 address 4 bits 0-3 for channels 1-4 respectively. Conditions that lead to transmitter fault include laser fault, which occurs generally at transceiver end of life. In addition, unbalanced electrical input data can cause transmitter fault to be triggered. When fault is triggered, the corresponding transmitter channel output will be disabled. Module reset or toggling of soft transmitter disable can restore the transmitter channel function unless fault condition persists. This status register is latched and it is cleared on read.

Transmitter Squelch Disable
The transmitter squelch disable control is on page 3 address 240 bits 0-3 for channels 1-4 respectively. AFBR79EIDZ transceivers have transmitter output squelch function enabled as default.

Receiver Squelch Disable
The receiver squelch disable control is on page 3 address 240 bits 4-7 for channels 1-4 respectively. AFBR-79EIDZ transceivers have receiver output squelch function enabled as default.

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I/O Timing for Control and Status Functions
The following characteristics are defined over the Recommended Operating Conditions unless otherwise noted. Typical values are for Tc = 40°C, Vcc = 3.3 V
Parameter
Initialization Time

Symbol
t_init

Min

Typ

Max
2000

Units Reference
ms Time from power on, hot plug or rising edge of Reset until the module is fully functional. This time does not apply to non Power level 0 modules in the Low Power state Time from assertion of LPMode until the module power consumption enters power level 1 Time from occurrence of condition triggering IntL until Vout:IntL=Vol Time from clear on read operation of associated flag until Vout:IntL=Voh. This includes deassert times for RX LOS, TX Fault and other flag bits A Reset is generated by a low level longer than the minimum reset pulse time present on the ResetL pin Time from rising edge on the ResetL pin until the module is fully functional Time from power on until module responds to data transmission over the 2-wire serial bus Time from power on to data not ready, bit 0 of Byte 2, deasserted and IntL asserted Time from RX LOS state to RX LOS bit set and IntL asserted Time from TX Fault state to TX fault bit set and IntL asserted Time from occurrence of condition triggering flag to associated flag bit set and IntL asserted. Time from mask bit set until associated IntL assertion is inhibited Time from mask bit cleared until associated IntL operation resumes Time from P_Down bit set until module power consumption enters power level 1 Time from P_Down bit cleared until the module is fully functional Time from loss of RX input signal until the squelched output condition is reached Time from resumption of RX input signals until normal RX output condition is reached Time from loss of TX input signal until the squelched output condition is reached Time from resumption of TX input signals until normal TX output condition is reached Time from TX Disable bit set until optical output falls below 10% of nominal Time from TX Disable bit cleared until optical output rises above 90% of nominal Time from RX Output Disable bit set until RX output falls below 10% of nominal Time from RX Output Disable bit cleared until RX output rises above 90% of nominal This applies to RX and TX Squelch and is the time from bit set until squelch functionality is disabled This applies to RX and TX Squelch and is the time from bit cleared until squelch functionality is enabled

LPMode Assert Time Interrupt Assert Time Interrupt De-assert Time

ton_LPMode ton_IntL Toff_IntL

100 200 500

?s ms ?s

Reset Init Assert Time Reset Assert Time Serial Bus Hardware Ready Time Monitor Data Ready Time RX LOS Assert Time TX Fault Assert Time Flag Assert Time Mask Assert Time Mask Deassert TIme Power Set Assert Time Power Set Deassert Time RX Squelch Assert Time RX Squelch Deassert Time TX Squelch Assert Time TX Squelch Deassert Time TX Disable Assert Time TX Disable Deassert Time RX Output Disable Assert Time RX Output Disable Deassert Time Squelch Disable Assert Time

t_reset_init t_reset t_serial t_data ton_los ton_Txfault ton_Flag ton_Mask toff_Mask ton_Pdown toff_Pdown ton_Rxsq toff_Rxsq ton_Txsq toff_Txsq ton_txdis toff_txdis ton_rxdis toff_rxdis ton_sqdis

2 2000 2000 2000 100 200 200 100 100 100 300 80 80 400 400 100 400 100 100 100 100

?s ms ms ms ms ms ms ms ms ms ms ?s ?s ms ms ms ms ms ms ms ms

Squelch Disable Deassert Time toff_sqdis

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Memory Map
The memory is structured as a single address, multiple page approach. The address is given as A0xh. The structure of the memory is shown in Figure 17. The memory space is arranged into a lower, single page, address space of 128 bytes and multiple upper address space pages of 128 bytes each. This structure permits timely access to addresses in the lower page, e.g. Interrupt Flags and Monitors. Less time critical entries, e.g. serial ID information and threshold settings are available with the Page Select function. For a more detailed description of the QSFP+ memory map see the QSFP+ SFF-8436 Specification or the Avago Technologies QSFP+ Memory Map document.
2-wire serial address, 1010000x (A0h)" 0 2 3 21 22 33 34 81 82 85 86 97 98 99 100 106 107 118 119 122 123 126 127 127 ID and status Interrupt Flags Module Monitors Channel Monitors Reserved Control Reserved Module and Channel Mask Reserved (3 Bytes) (19 Bytes) (12 Bytes) (48 Bytes) (4 Bytes) (12 Bytes) (2 Bytes) (7 Bytes) (12 Bytes)

Password Change (4 Bytes) Entry Area (Optional) (4 Bytes) Password Entry Area (Optional) (1 Bytes) Page Select Byte

Page 00 128 191 192 223 224 255 Base ID Fields Extended ID Vendor Specic ID (64 Bytes) (32 Bytes) (32 Bytes)

Page 01 (Optional) 128 CC_APPS 128 129 AST Table Length (TL) 129 130 Application Code 131 Entry 0 132 Application Code 133 Entry 1 other entries 254 255 Application Code Entry TL (2 Bytes) (1 Bytes) (1 Bytes) (2 Bytes) (2 Bytes) 128 255

Page 02 (Optional) User EEPROM Data (128 Bytes)

Page 03 128 Module Threshold 175 176 Channel Threshold 223 224 Reserved 225 226 Vendor Specic 241 Channel Controls 242 Channel Monitor 253 Masks 254 Reserved 255 (48 Bytes) (48 Bytes) (2 Bytes) (16 Bytes) (12 Bytes) (2 Bytes)

Figure 17. Two-Wire Serial Address A0xh Page Structure

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