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Qualified Partner Program R&M RJ 45 Connectors Felice Guarna, Training Program Manager Wetzikon, Dec. Qualified Partner Program R&M RJ 45 Connectors Felice Guarna, Training Program Manager Wetzikon, Dec. 2005 Titel der Präsentation / Folie

R&M Technology: from PCB to leadframe First Generation Third Generation R&Mfreenet Direct connection module R&M Technology: from PCB to leadframe First Generation Third Generation R&Mfreenet Direct connection module R&M plug and jack Printed circuit board Easy lock RJ 45 jack (OEM) Second Generation Dec. 2005 2

R&M Technology: leadframe and beyond GET MORE @ R&M © Dec. 2005 RCC 45 R&M Technology: leadframe and beyond GET MORE @ R&M © Dec. 2005 RCC 45 3

R&M RJ 45 evolution, PCB module (1 st generation) Dec. 2005 4 R&M RJ 45 evolution, PCB module (1 st generation) Dec. 2005 4

R&M RJ 45 evolution, PCB module (1 st generation) NEXT IBM ACS PCB module: R&M RJ 45 evolution, PCB module (1 st generation) NEXT IBM ACS PCB module: Dec. 2005 5

R&M RJ 45 evolution: DCM (2 nd generation) Plug Jack Dec. 2005 Leadframe in R&M RJ 45 evolution: DCM (2 nd generation) Plug Jack Dec. 2005 Leadframe in two parts Laser soldered 6

R&M RJ 45 evolution: Direct Connection Module (2 nd generation) NEXT (Cat 5 e R&M RJ 45 evolution: Direct Connection Module (2 nd generation) NEXT (Cat 5 e performance) R&Mfreenet DCM shielded: Dec. 2005 7

R&M RJ 45 evolution: Cat. 6 (3 rd generation) Plug a. ) b. ) R&M RJ 45 evolution: Cat. 6 (3 rd generation) Plug a. ) b. ) Jack Dec. 2005 8

R&M RJ 45 evolution: Cat. 6 (3 rd generation) NEXT of Pairs 3, 6 R&M RJ 45 evolution: Cat. 6 (3 rd generation) NEXT of Pairs 3, 6 - 5, 4 1. 00 0. 00 1000. 00 -10. 00 -20. 00 -30. 00 Cat. 5 d. B -40. 00 TOC 40 -50. 00 Cat. 6 -60. 00 R&M Cat. 6 -70. 00 -80. 00 -90. 00 -100. 00 MHz Dec. 2005 9

Driving forces behind evolutions Technical Need to short signal traveling Increase compensation as result Driving forces behind evolutions Technical Need to short signal traveling Increase compensation as result of increased frequency Change of plug NEXT values and method of measures Redesign plug to achieve a semiautomated patch cord process Improve contact geometry Achieve interoperability and backward compatibility Economics Eliminate un-necessary costs by eliminating parts Reduce workmanship Keep all parts and processes within the company Dec. 2005 10

Driving forces behind evolutions Reduce opportunity for errors: manufacturing and terminating Quality Produce with Driving forces behind evolutions Reduce opportunity for errors: manufacturing and terminating Quality Produce with automated process both jack and plug, a further step into patch cord automation Keep performance steady and high both in production and in assembly by designing simple terminations (jack and plug without pair splitting and cross-over) Eliminate all parts creating variance (PCB and manual soldering) Dec. 2005 11

R&M RJ 45 connectors RJ 45 theory R&M positioning for jack and plug Classic R&M RJ 45 connectors RJ 45 theory R&M positioning for jack and plug Classic system, Cat. 5 e jack Star system, Cat. 6 jack and plug Dec. 2005 12

RJ 45 theory, connector system RJ 45 according to IEC 60603 -7 -X Jack RJ 45 theory, connector system RJ 45 according to IEC 60603 -7 -X Jack Plug (fixed connector) (free connector) Dec. 2005 13

RJ 45 theory, pin assignment of pair 2 (3, 6) Connector system Patch cord RJ 45 theory, pin assignment of pair 2 (3, 6) Connector system Patch cord RJ Plug RJ Jack 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1, 2 3, 6 5, 4 7, 8 Dec. 2005 Installation cable 1, 2 3, 6 5, 4 7, 8 14

RJ 45 theory, crosstalk in a connector system Inductive coupling Coupling surface Paar 2 RJ 45 theory, crosstalk in a connector system Inductive coupling Coupling surface Paar 2 6 3 C 1 2 C 3 C 2 1 Paar 3 C 4 Capacitive Coupling Ck = C 1 + C 4 - C 2 - C 3 Dec. 2005 15

RJ 45 theory, worst case pair combination 3, 6 - 5, 4 3 4 RJ 45 theory, worst case pair combination 3, 6 - 5, 4 3 4 5 6 Pair 1 Pair 2 Dec. 2005 16

RJ 45 theory, transmission property RJ 45 NEXT in an uncompensated plug - jack RJ 45 theory, transmission property RJ 45 NEXT in an uncompensated plug - jack combination: 20 3, 6/4, 5 30 Cat 5 e Limit 40 in d. B 50 60 70 80 90 100 1 Dec. 2005 10 Frequenz [MHz] 100 17

RJ 45 theory, how does a compensation work? Balanced transmission: Pair 2 lk Pair RJ 45 theory, how does a compensation work? Balanced transmission: Pair 2 lk Pair 1 + b - ens + atio n s o Cr Co mp a a st NEXT jack NEXT plug =0 Compensation 1 wavelength Dec. 2005 18

RJ 45 theory, function zones in a connector system Plug : Jack: Compensation: For RJ 45 theory, function zones in a connector system Plug : Jack: Compensation: For example: Printed circuit board Dec. 2005 Connection technique: IDC block 19

RJ 45 theory, key factors in compensation XS XB LS XK LB LK The RJ 45 theory, key factors in compensation XS XB LS XK LB LK The main characteristics of a zone are the following: Size of compensation: (+/-) XS, XB, XK [d. B] @ phase position Length of contact span: LS, LB, LK [mm] Velocity of propagation: z Dec. 2005 20

RJ 45 theory, effect of the distributed components = = = Distributing the crosstalk RJ 45 theory, effect of the distributed components = = = Distributing the crosstalk over the length of the tracks and the place of origin. Dec. 2005 21

RJ 45 theory, effect of phase shift Signal: A Low frequencies B C High RJ 45 theory, effect of phase shift Signal: A Low frequencies B C High frequencies Result Phase shift of the signal as a result of propagation time along the contacts. Dec. 2005 22

RJ 45 theory, limits of compensation Amplitude variations: Compensation NEXT jack NEXT plug = RJ 45 theory, limits of compensation Amplitude variations: Compensation NEXT jack NEXT plug = Plug Compensation Compensated signal Dec. 2005 20 d. B / decade slope 23

RJ 45 theory, limits of compensation Phase shift due to connector length: Compensation NEXT RJ 45 theory, limits of compensation Phase shift due to connector length: Compensation NEXT jack NEXT plug Compensated signal 40 d. B / decade rise Dec. 2005 24

RJ 45 theory, simulation of a Cat. 5 print module Plug Connector Length [mm] RJ 45 theory, simulation of a Cat. 5 print module Plug Connector Length [mm] = Total X-Talk [d. B] = NVP = 20 -34 0. 8 Frequency [MHz] = 100 Dec. 2005 Jack 30 -34 0. 8 Compensation 10 -28. 7 0. 8 @ 100 MHz Results NEXT [d. B] = -42. 9 13. 5 Phase Shift [°] = 25

RJ 45 theory, example print module PCB Modul Effect of length Effect of amplit. RJ 45 theory, example print module PCB Modul Effect of length Effect of amplit. Test result Dec. 2005 26

De-embedded NEXT testing of the plug (1) 1) Measuring reference plug terminated on protruding De-embedded NEXT testing of the plug (1) 1) Measuring reference plug terminated on protruding pairs 2) Cutting off protruding ends 3) Measuring reference jack with reference plug 4) Calculating influence of reference jack = total - plug Total Reference plug Dec. 2005 Reference jack 27

De-embedded NEXT testing of the plug (2) 5) Measuring test object (plug) with reference De-embedded NEXT testing of the plug (2) 5) Measuring test object (plug) with reference jack 6) Calculating test object (plug) plug = total - jack Reference jack Total with test object Dec. 2005 Test object Total with test object 28

Interoperability between vendors Manufacturer 1 Module 1 Plug 1 Manufacturer 2 Module 2 Cat. Interoperability between vendors Manufacturer 1 Module 1 Plug 1 Manufacturer 2 Module 2 Cat. 6 Plug 2 Cat. 6 Manufacturer 3 Module 3 Plug 3 Cat. 6 Mix and Match Plug 2 Module 3 Cat. 6 Dec. 2005 29

Backwards compatibility Cat. 5 plug Cat. 5 e module Cat 5 e Cat. 6 Backwards compatibility Cat. 5 plug Cat. 5 e module Cat 5 e Cat. 6 plug Cat 5 e Cat. 5 plug Cat. 6 module Cat. 5 e Dec. 2005 Cat. 6 plug Cat. 6 30

Standardization Cat. 6 - basics Verhalten Stecker - Modul Plug – Module Behavior @ Standardization Cat. 6 - basics Verhalten Stecker - Modul Plug – Module Behavior @ 100 MHz Module NEXT 60 50 Cat. 5 e Cat. 6 40 30 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Plug Stecke NEXT Dec. 2005 31

How do we characterize R&M jacks Innovations: Unique shielding contact (patented) Absolutely tool-less Internal How do we characterize R&M jacks Innovations: Unique shielding contact (patented) Absolutely tool-less Internal mechanically designed compensation Backward compatibility and full interoperability Special contact shape (Cat. 6 only) Back end Technology Front End Innovative manufacturing process assuring: cost effectiveness less parts consistent electrical performance Know How QUALITY Dec. 2005 32

R&M jacks (EMC) features 360 degree EMC protection Earthing bridge allows free choice of R&M jacks (EMC) features 360 degree EMC protection Earthing bridge allows free choice of ground bonding topology Bonding by large-area (reed contact world-wide patent) Ensures the required contact pressure for an outstanding EMC performance (high frequency also) Ensures quick and reliable ground bonding Ensures clean cable tension relief Comparative tests show the superiority of shield reed contacting over conventional "clip-on" contacting PLUS SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE Dec. 2005 33

R&M jacks features Tool-free R&M jacks features Tool-free "Easy Lock" connection technique (IDC) Wiring label for error-free termination (both 568 A and B type) Conductors wired without pair crossover SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE Flexibility Ri-terminatable Used in any places (panel, outlet, MUTO, CP) Can accept larger conductors using special easylock Can be used in different applications: IBM GFP, keystone and special adapters Cat. 5 and Cat. 6 modules are mechanically interchangeable Limited dimension/easy interface allow usage in wide range of existing outlets Dec. 2005 34

R&M jacks advantages Easy Lock and patented screen contact makes R&M jack the quickest R&M jacks advantages Easy Lock and patented screen contact makes R&M jack the quickest screened Rj 45 jack to terminate. Absolutely no tools is required and a maximum reliability is guaranteed. The parallel pair wiring ensures optimum twisting up to the connecting point, this is reflected in the excellent transmission values. Thanks to its minimum installation depth, the module can be easily installed in the largest range of outlets or patch panels world-wide. The R&M patented shielding contact assure fool proofs bonding and reliable screening THE QUICKEST AND SAFEST SHIELD TERMINATION Dec. 2005 35

R&M jacks compliances Conform to Cat. 5 e requirements for connection components according to R&M jacks compliances Conform to Cat. 5 e requirements for connection components according to ISO/IEC 11801 and EN 50173 Conform to EMC requirements according to EN 55022/class B (interference radiation) UL and CSA certified Data cables with AWG 24 -22 conductor diameter Comply with reliability testing according to ISO/IEC 11801 and EN 50173 Dec. 2005 36

CLASSICsystem, Cat. 5 e jack The RJ 45 jack complies with the requirements of CLASSICsystem, Cat. 5 e jack The RJ 45 jack complies with the requirements of Class De, E (125/250 MHz) The jack complies with the requirements of Cat. 5 e (125 MHz) It is the only RJ 45 module to have been certified in a channel for 250 MHz and 750 MHz by an independent test laboratory (3 P). The best module worldwide for Ethernet applications in its category Dec. 2005 37

STARsystem, Cat. 6 jack Characteristics True Cat. 6 performance (Independent certified by 3 P) STARsystem, Cat. 6 jack Characteristics True Cat. 6 performance (Independent certified by 3 P) Backward compatible to Cat. 5 e Traceability through integrated serial number Integrated coding scheme Each module tested for NEXT and RL Dec. 2005 38

STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, the new product Dec. 2005 39 STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, the new product Dec. 2005 39

STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, Cat. 6 the product inside Special spring bronze with Ni STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, Cat. 6 the product inside Special spring bronze with Ni plating for enhanced performance and durability Contacts in one piece Gold plating in the contact area Sn plating in the IDC area Patent pending contact design Flexible contacts to fit even RJ 11 Contact design to minimise the distance between plug and compensation Compensation in very small size with trimming capability Capacitive and inductive coupling Dec. 2005 40

STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, Cat. 6 features Meets the requirements for Cat. 6 connecting STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, Cat. 6 features Meets the requirements for Cat. 6 connecting hardware standard according to latest draft release (Industry agreed) Easy and tool-less termination of all cable types (solid/stranded) Pairs stay together up to termination point Fits in all R&Mfreenet racks and outlets produced so far Special colour to differentiate from Cat. 5 e Consistent electrical performance achieved through a fully automated assembly line Dec. 2005 41

STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, mechanical characteristic Mechanical: Nominal conductor diameter: 0. 5 -0. 65 STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, mechanical characteristic Mechanical: Nominal conductor diameter: 0. 5 -0. 65 solid; AWG 24 -26 stranded Nominal insulation diameter: 0. 8 -1. 6 mm Number of conductors: 1 -8 Holding of conductors: IDC block (patent EP 671780 B 1) Colouring scheme: type A or B possible (type A preferred) Screen Contact: tongue (patent EP 671787) Screen: 360 degree shielding Conductor termination cycles: 20 Plug interface cycles: > 750 Dec. 2005 42

STARsystem Cat. 6 , jack insertion loss Dec. 2005 43 STARsystem Cat. 6 , jack insertion loss Dec. 2005 43

STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, return loss Return Loss d. B 1. 00 100. 00 STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, return loss Return Loss d. B 1. 00 100. 00 -10. 00 -20. 00 -30. 00 -40. 00 -50. 00 -60. 00 -70. 00 -80. 00 -90. 00 -100. 00 1000. 00 5, 4 3, 6 1, 2 7, 8 Limit MHz Dec. 2005 44

STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, NEXT with a Cat. 6 plug and a Cat. 6 STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, NEXT with a Cat. 6 plug and a Cat. 6 jack 120. 00 110. 00 100. 00 90. 00 3, 6 - 5, 4 [d. B] 80. 00 1, 2 - 5, 4 - 7, 8 1, 2 - 3, 6 70. 00 3, 6 - 7, 8 1, 2 - 7, 8 Cat. 6 60. 00 50. 00 40. 00 30. 00 20. 00 1000. 00 Frequency [MHz] Dec. 2005 45

Cat. 6 and Cat. 5 jack, next comparison NEXT of pairs 3, 6 - Cat. 6 and Cat. 5 jack, next comparison NEXT of pairs 3, 6 - 5, 4 1. 00 1000. 00 -10. 00 -20. 00 d. B -30. 00 Cat. 5 -40. 00 TOC 40 -50. 00 Cat. 6 -60. 00 R&M Cat. 6 -70. 00 -80. 00 -90. 00 -100. 00 MHz Dec. 2005 46

Results of the de-embedded testing by R&M Conclusions: Best performer: R&M UTP and STP. Results of the de-embedded testing by R&M Conclusions: Best performer: R&M UTP and STP. The best balance between margin and standard deviation results in the best margin. Best margin: R&M UTP combined with the second best standard deviation which guarantees the best lowest margin and therefore the first place The R&M STP jack conquered the first place with the second best margin combined with the second best standard deviation which guarantees the best margin Dec. 2005 47

STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, Cat. 5 e backward compatibility Dec. 2005 48 STARsystem Cat. 6 jack, Cat. 5 e backward compatibility Dec. 2005 48

Cat. 6 hardware: differences from Cat. 5 Cat. 6 module difference: Test method is Cat. 6 hardware: differences from Cat. 5 Cat. 6 module difference: Test method is described in IEC 603 -7 -4 and -5 The connecting hardware is measured with the plug (mated) Specific test plug are needed Advantages: Interoperability between products (plug) Full compatible to standard Backward compatibility is guaranteed Dec. 2005 49

Cat. 6 hardware: peculiarities Interoperability: A Cat. 6 module mated with different (vendors) Cat. Cat. 6 hardware: peculiarities Interoperability: A Cat. 6 module mated with different (vendors) Cat. 6 plugs, as defined by the standard, must produce NEXT and FEXT values above the limits for Cat. 6 Backwards compatibility: A Cat. 6 module mated with Cat. 5 plugs, as defined by the standard, must produce NEXT and FEXT values above the limits for Cat. 5 e De-embedded NEXT of a plug The de-embedded NEXT procedure is a method to determine the crosstalk which is produced inside a plug only. The standard defines ranges of allowed crosstalk for each pair combination and category Dec. 2005 50

Cat. 6: reference standards EN 50173 second edition: Chapter 8 connecting hardware requirement mechanical Cat. 6: reference standards EN 50173 second edition: Chapter 8 connecting hardware requirement mechanical and electrical according to IEC 60603 -7 -4 ISO/IEC 11801 second Edition: Chapter x connecting hardware requirement mechanical and electrical according to IEC 60603 -7 -4 and 7 -5 EIA/TIA 568 B Dec. 2005 51

R&Mfreenet Cat 6 Jack GET MORE @ R&M Several Competitors have now Independent Labs R&Mfreenet Cat 6 Jack GET MORE @ R&M Several Competitors have now Independent Labs tested Jack Is there any difference between R&M and Competition ? Ø Independent Labs at the moment test only prototypes not production Ø Prototypes may not be real representation of current production Ø Prototypes to be tested by Lab can come from best production batches Ø Production variance depends on manufacturing process control MANUFACTURING PROCESS CONTROL Dec. 2005 52

Technology, application, design, material to support better performance Ø Process Control Ø More than Technology, application, design, material to support better performance Ø Process Control Ø More than 2000 parameters Ø Final test Ø 100% of production Ø NEXT and RL GET MORE @ R&M Dec. 2005 53

Positioning plug: flexibility Thanks to special terminal based on IDC technique, the R&M plug Positioning plug: flexibility Thanks to special terminal based on IDC technique, the R&M plug is one of the few available on the market allowing crimping on both solid and stranded wires with increased contact reliability The R&M plug is suitable for semi-automated patch cord production The R&M plug is only terminated and tested in factory Dec. 2005 54

STARsystem Cat. 6 plug IDC contacts to connect stranded and solid wires Improved reliability STARsystem Cat. 6 plug IDC contacts to connect stranded and solid wires Improved reliability compared to piercing contacts (contact resistance) Stranded: 0. 09 -0. 22 mm 2 Solid: < 0. 5 mm Contact zone always at the same level Parallel mounting of the wire pairs on two layers Crossing 3/6 -4/5 is done in front by contacts (patent pending) Well defined crosstalk Superior process control Dec. 2005 55

STARsystem Cat. 6 plug Housing of tin plated brass Standard outer dimensions New strain STARsystem Cat. 6 plug Housing of tin plated brass Standard outer dimensions New strain relieve Cables are fixed 360 degree Pairs stay at the same place Better performance R&M type For screened cables additionally Screen contact 360 degree Lifetime screen contact Common type Plug outer dimension Dec. 2005 56

STARsystem Cat. 6 jack an plug, summary The first connecting hardware which meets the STARsystem Cat. 6 jack an plug, summary The first connecting hardware which meets the relevant Cat. 6 hardware requirement Independent lab certified: 3 P, Delta, GHMT First Cat. 6 module without PCB As easy as Cat. 5 to terminate Same connecting hardware at distributor and outlet side Next and RL tested 100% in production Dec. 2005 57