It should be 1gig single pair Ethernet aka 1000 based broad r, the tuner has it's own IP address on the network in the car, just like the MCU and autopilot module. I've only ever seen a2b on the amplifier connection for the stereo for example. I'll look here at the latest service diagram and see for sure, but I believe only really old model s and x tuner used a2b. The tuner I put in my model 3 from an x was definitely broad r based. Just make sure if you try to wire shark it you use a 1000 adapter not a 100 as I accidentally did the first time. Also the car is super picky about the adapter brand and chipset you use. The tuner gets a constant ping from the MCU and then it responds with what I assume are capabilities. I believe the issue with Ryzen units is that the audio codec it uses for Sirius is different than fm, and something in the Ryzen software isn't able to handle that, either on the dac analog conversion side or theirs a flag for model s and x that changes the way it processes the audio. On Ryzen units I've seen it actually shows up in the menu and works without audio, suggesting it's just an audio switching issue and it fails back to playing fm. Both the fm and Sirius are always present and being sent to the MCU at the same time. That's how it knows the station list of currently available staying even when you were previously on Sirius just before. The Harmon tuner in the model 3 is always background scanning and sending data regardless. I had borrowed a friends Ryzen based car at one point and I saw in Wireshark it looks like it requests the Sirius audio for a certain channel, tuner starts sending it, then the MCU fails to open the stream, glitches out and goes back to fm. Its all in a weird non encrypted binary format it send the commands. Something interesting is the official wiring shows a tuner called sdars aka the frequency band for satellite radio in the wiring and that it's optional equipment that may not make the final build. This is only for the Intel atom cars though, the Ryzen based ones don't show that in the wiring schematics, suggesting they originally planned on having Sirius in the early model 3s.