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GY/T 200.2-2004 (GYT 200.2-2004)

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Standard ID GY/T 200.2-2004 (GY/T200.2-2004)
Description (Translated English) Specification for HFC data transmission system Part 2: RF interface and protocol
Sector / Industry Radio, Film & TV Industry Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard M63
Word Count Estimation 259,239
Date of Issue 2004-03-22
Date of Implementation 2004-05-01
Quoted Standard IEC 60728-11; ISO/IEC 10038; ITU-T Z.100; GB 13836-2000; GB/T 11595-1999; GB/T 15629.2-1995; GB/T 15629.3-1995; GB/T 16263-1996; GB/T 16646-1996; GB/T 17975.1-2000; GY/T 106-1999; GY/T 170-2001; GY/T 180-2001; YD/T 1076-2000,
Adopted Standard IYU-T J.112, MOD
Drafting Organization State Administration of Radio, Film and Television Standardization Planning Institute
Administrative Organization National Radio and Television Standardization Technical Committee
Summary This standard specifies the physical layer of a two-way HFC network data transmission systems, data link layer and the network layer protocol.

GY/T 200.2-2004
Specification for HFC data transmission system Part 2. RF interface and protocol
People's Republic of China Radio, Film and Television Industry Standard
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Technical specifications of HFC network data transmission system
Part 2. RF interfaces and protocols
Specification for HFC data transmission system
Part 2. RF interface and protocol
(ITU-T J.112, Transmission Systems for Interactive
Cable Television Services, MOD)
Published on March 22,.2004
2004-05-01 Implementation
Published by the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television
Contents
Foreword ... II
Introduction ... III
1 Scope ... 1
2 Normative references ... 1
3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations ... 1
3.1 Terms and definitions ... 1
3.2 Acronyms ... 7
4 Communication protocol ... 8
4.1 Protocol Stack ... 8
4.2 MAC Forwarder ... 11
4.3 Network Layer ... 13
4.4 Above the network layer ... 14
4.5 Data link layer ... 14
4.6 Physical layer ... 15
5 Physical Media Compliance Sublayer (PMD) Specification ... 15
5.1 Uplink ... 16
5.2 Downstream ... 29
6 Downlink Transmission Convergence Sublayer ... 32
6.1 MPEG packet format ... 32
6.2 MPEG packet header for HFC data transmission ... 33
6.3 MPEG Payload ... 33
6.4 Interaction with the MAC sublayer ... 33
6.5 Interaction with the physical layer ... 34
6.6 MPEG packet header synchronization and recovery ... 34
7 Technical requirements for media access control ... 34
7.1 Introduction ... 34
7.2 MAC frame format ... 36
7.3 MAC Management Messages ... 49
8 Media Access Control Protocol Operation ... 78
8.1 Uplink Bandwidth Allocation ...
8.2 Multi-channel support ...
8.3 Timing and synchronization ...
8.4 Uplink transmission and contention resolution ... 84
8.5 Data link encryption support ... 86
9 Quality of service and segmentation ... 86
9.1 Operation principle ...
9.2 Upstream Service Flow Scheduling Service ...
9.3 Segmentation ...
9.4 Payload header suppression ...
10 CM-CMTS interaction ... 111
10.1 CMTS initialization ... 111
10.2 CM Initialization ...
10.3 Standard operation ...
10.4 Dynamic Services ...
10.5 Failure Detection and Recovery ... 173
11 Ability to support future new CMs ... 174
Appendix A (Normative Appendix) Common Addresses ... 176
Appendix B (Normative) Parameters and Constants ... 178
Appendix C (Normative Appendix) Common RF Interface Coding ... 181
Appendix D (Normative Appendix) CM Configuration Interface Specification ... 212
Appendix E (Informative) MAC Business Definition ... 217
Appendix F (informative) Examples of preamble sequences ... 224
Appendix G (informative) Multiple uplink channels ... 225
Appendix H (Normative Appendix) HFC Data Transmission Spanning Tree Protocol ... 230
Appendix I (Normative) Error Codes and Error Messages ... 233
Appendix J (informative) DOCSIS transmission and contention resolution ... 240
Appendix K (informative) Examples of IGMP ... 245
Appendix L (Informative) Active Authorization Services ... 247
References ... 252
Foreword
GY/T 200 "Technical Specifications for HFC Network Data Transmission System" is divided into the following two parts.
-Part 1. General requirements;
-Part 2. RF interface and protocol.
This part is the second part of GY/T 200.
This section adopts ITU-T J.112 "Transmission Systems for Interactive Cable Television
Services ", mainly adopting Appendix B (Data-over-cable radio frequency interface) of this proposal. This section is related to
The main difference of ITU-T J.112 Appendix B is that the dynamic QoS allocation mechanism has been expanded according to the advanced principles of the standard and China's actual situation.
And payload header suppression technology, delete the related content related to encryption in the original Recommendation, and its related content is separately stipulated in other standards.
Appendix A, Appendix B, Appendix C, Appendix D, Appendix H, and Appendix I of this section are normative appendixes, Appendix E, Appe