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Observer
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Does PS-GTR support 1000BASE-X?

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I was wondering if the 6 Gb/s PS-GTRs on the Zynq UltraScale+ can be configured as 1000BASE-X. The Zynq UltraScale+ TRM, UG1085, only mentions SGMII.

 

It is my understanding that 1000BASE-X and SGMII are pretty similar.

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Registered: ‎08-25-2009

Re: Does PS-GTR support 1000BASE-X?

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Hi @khal,

 

We do support PS-GTR with 1000BASE-X apart from SGMII.

We have updated UG1085 accordingly

"GEM supports the serial gigabit media-independent interface (SGMII, 1000BASE-SX, and 1000BASE-LX) at 1000Gb/s using the PS-GTR interface"


 

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Re: Does PS-GTR support 1000BASE-X?

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Hi @khal,

 

We do support PS-GTR with 1000BASE-X apart from SGMII.

We have updated UG1085 accordingly

"GEM supports the serial gigabit media-independent interface (SGMII, 1000BASE-SX, and 1000BASE-LX) at 1000Gb/s using the PS-GTR interface"


 

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Re: Does PS-GTR support 1000BASE-X?

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Hi @nanz!

Do you mean that PS GTR in Zynq UltraScale+ support only Cisco SGMII specification and don't support 1000BASE-X Auto-Negotiation functionality defined in Clause 37 of the IEEE 802.3?

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Re: Does PS-GTR support 1000BASE-X?

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Hi @miloserdin,

 

Could you please post a new thread on this question so I could answer it from there? This one is from one year ago and old. I'll close it.

 

For future reference, it will be always good to start a new forum post rather than replying an old one. This way, you will have better chances to get help.

 

Thank you!

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