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Chapter 5

The Group Switch

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Objectives
After this chapter you will be able to:
Describe the structure and hardware of the group switch. Operate the group switch. Configure the group switch units.

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Introduction
Group switch

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Group switch responsibility


Connection and disconnection of speech and signalling paths, narrowband and wideband connections. Supervision of hardware by continuous parity checks. Maintaining a stable clock frequency, synchronized to the network. Supervision of digital links connected to the switch. Management of software for different types of hardware configurations.

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Group Switch, BYB 501 1.4


GS16M GS4M

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Group switch 4K, 16K-128K, BYB 501 1.4


Switching 64 kbit/s in normal mode. Switching 8 or 16 kbit/s in subrate mode. Smallest GS 4K, with subrate switching and clocks. Normal GS 16-128K in steps of 16K. Synchronization provided by three clock modules. Time-Space-Time switching, T-S-T Modules in GS
Time Switch Module, TSM Space Switch Module, SPM Clock Module, CLM
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TSM and SPM switch matrix, 128K


16K 32K 48K 64K 80K 96K 112K 128K

TSM 0 - 31
TSM 32 - 63 TSM 64 - 95 TSM 96 - 127 TSM 128 - 159 TSM 160 - 191 TSM 192 - 223 TSM TSM 224 224-255 - 255
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0-0 SPM
1-0 SPM 2-0 SPM 3-0 SPM 4-0 SPM 5-0 SPM 6-0 SPM 7-0 SPM

0-1 SPM
1-1 SPM 2-1 SPM 3-1 SPM 4-1 SPM 5-1 SPM 6-1 SPM 7-1 SPM

0-2 SPM
1-2 SPM 2-2 SPM 3-2 SPM 4-2 SPM 5-2 SPM 6-2 SPM 7-2 SPM
7

0-3 SPM
1-3 SPM 2-3 SPM 3-3 SPM 4-3 SPM 5-3 SPM 6-3 SPM 7-3 SPM

0-4 SPM
1-4 SPM 2-4 SPM 3-4 SPM 4-4 SPM 5-4 SPM 6-4 SPM 7-4 SPM

0-5 SPM
1-5 SPM 2-5 SPM 3-5 SPM 4-5 SPM 5-5 SPM 6-5 SPM 7-5 SPM

0-6 SPM
1-6 SPM 2-6 SPM 3-6 SPM 4-6 SPM 5-6 SPM 6-6 SPM 7-6 SPM

0-7 SPM
1-7 SPM 2-7 SPM 3-7 SPM 4-7 SPM 5-7 SPM 6-7 SPM 7-7 SPM

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The A- and B-planes


B-plane
16K 32K 0-1 SPM 1-1 48K 0-2 SPM 1-2 64K 0-3 SPM 1-3 80K 0-4 SPM 1-4 96K 0-5 SPM 1-5 112K 128K 0-6 SPM 1-6 0-7 SPM 1-7

A-plane
16K 32K 0-1 SPM 1-1 SPM 2-1 SPM 3-1 SPM 4-1 SPM 5-1 SPM 6-1 SPM 7-1 SPM 48K 0-2 SPM 1-2 SPM 2-2 SPM 3-2 SPM 4-2 SPM 5-2 SPM 6-2 SPM 7-2 SPM

TSM 0 - 31

0-0 SPM 1-0

TSM - 63 64K 32 80K 96K 112K 128K SPM SPM SPM SPM SPM SPM SPM SPM
0-3 0-4 0-5 TSM 64 - 95 SPM SPM SPM 1-3 1-4 1-5 TSM 96 - 127 SPM SPM SPM 2-3 2-4 2-5 TSM 128 SPM SPM - 159 SPM 3-3 3-4 3-5 TSM 160 SPM SPM - 191 SPM 4-3 4-4 4-5 TSM 192 SPM SPM - 223 SPM 0-6 2-00-7 2-1 SPM SPM SPM SPM 1-6 3-01-7 3-1 SPM SPM SPM SPM 2-6 4-02-7 4-1 SPM SPM SPM SPM 3-6 5-03-7 5-1 SPM SPM SPM SPM 4-6 6-04-7 6-1 SPM SPM SPM SPM 2-2 SPM 3-2 SPM 4-2 SPM 5-2 SPM 6-2 SPM 7-2 SPM 2-3 SPM 3-3 SPM 4-3 SPM 5-3 SPM 6-3 SPM 7-3 SPM 2-4 SPM 3-4 SPM 4-4 SPM 5-4 SPM 6-4 SPM 7-4 SPM 2-5 SPM 3-5 SPM 4-5 SPM 5-5 SPM 6-5 SPM 7-5 SPM 2-6 SPM 3-6 SPM 4-6 SPM 5-6 SPM 6-6 SPM 7-6 SPM 2-7 SPM 3-7 SPM 4-7 SPM 5-7 SPM 6-7 SPM 7-7 SPM

TSM 0 - 31 TSM 32 - 63 TSM 64 - 95 TSM 96 - 127 TSM 128 - 159 TSM 160 - 191 TSM 192 - 223 TSM TSM 224 224-255 - 255

0-0 SPM 1-0 SPM 2-0 SPM 3-0 SPM 4-0 SPM 5-0 SPM 6-0 SPM 7-0 SPM

5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 7-05-7 7-1 TSM TSM 224 224-255 - 255 SPM SPM SPM SPM SPM SPM SPM 6-3 SPM 7-3 SPM 6-4 SPM 7-4 SPM 6-5 SPM 7-5 SPM 6-6 SPM 7-6 SPM 6-7 SPM 7-7 SPM

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TSM and SPM naming


TSM-A-n for the A-plane and TSM-B-n for the B-plane.
E.g. TSM-A-0 for the first TSM in the A-plane.

SPM-A-R-C for the A-plane


R corresponds to the row number. C corresponds to the column number. E.g. SPM-A-0-7 for the last SPM in the first row.

SPM-B-R-C for the B-plane


R corresponds to the row number. C corresponds to the column number. E.g. SPM-B-7-7 for the last SPM in the last row.

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Group switch examples


32 K A- & B-plane 128 K A- & B-plane

16K A-0

16K A-0

16K A-4

16K B-0

16K B-4

16K A-1
16K B-0 16K B-1 CLM0&&-3

16K A-1
16K A-2 16K A-3

16K A-5
16K A-6 16K A-7 CLM0&&-3

16K B-1
16K B-2 16K B-3

16K B-5
16K B-6 16K B-7

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Front of 128K GS

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Back of 128K GS

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Group switch magazines


Smallest GS
4K GS Main magazine In group switch 16K GS

Synchronization
3*CLM

Smallest GS, BSC 4K GS with SRS

Group switch, BSC 16K GS

4K SRS
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GROUP SWITCH

The Hardware in BYB 501 1.4 GS128M, 4K or 16K - 128K

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Slot 0 Slot 1
-48V RPB RPB RPB EMB ADR

SPIB RP4-F EMB

Subrack Layout GS16M, 16-128 K

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Slot 2
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 EMB DL3

TS4B
SPIB

Slot 3 Slot 4
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 EMB DL3

TS4B RP4-F EMB


EMB ADR

Slot 5
-48V RPB RPB RPB

Slot 6 Slot 7
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 EMB DL3

SPIB
TS4B TS4B
EMB DL3

Slot 8
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

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Slot 9
CLK CLK CLK ID

SPDB

Slot 10 Slot 11 Slot 12


DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

DUMMY
SPIB TS4B
DL3 DL3 EMB DL3

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Slot 13 Slot 14 Slot 15 Slot 16 Slot 17 Slot 18

DL3

DL3

TS4B SPIB
-48V RPB RPB RPB

EMB

DL3

RP4-F EMB
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

EMB ADR

TS4B SPIB
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

EMB

DL3

TS4B
Slot 19
Slot 20
-48V RPB RPB RPB

EMB

DL3

RP4-F EMB
SPIB

EMB ADR

Board Types in 16K magazine


TS4B Time Switch Board
4*TSM/Board 4+1 DL3 Links, 48 Mbps (32)

SPDB Space Switch Diagonal Board


1*SPM/Board 3 Clock Reference Inlets Connections to TSMs on backside

SPIB Space Switch Interconnect Board


1*SPM/Board No connections in front Connections to other SPMs on backside
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Diagonal and Orthogonal SPMs


16K 32K 0-1 SPM 1-1 SPM 2-1 SPM 3-1 SPM 4-1 SPM 5-1 SPM 6-1 SPM 7-1 SPM 48K 0-2 SPM 1-2 SPM 2-2 SPM 3-2 SPM 4-2 SPM 5-2 SPM 6-2 SPM 7-2 SPM 64K 0-3 SPM 1-3 SPM 2-3 SPM 3-3 SPM 4-3 SPM 5-3 SPM 6-3 SPM 7-3 SPM 80K 0-4 SPM 1-4 SPM 2-4 SPM 3-4 SPM 4-4 SPM 5-4 SPM 6-4 SPM 7-4 SPM 96K 0-5 SPM 1-5 SPM 2-5 SPM 3-5 SPM 4-5 SPM 5-5 SPM 6-5 SPM 7-5 SPM 112K 128K 0-6 SPM 1-6 SPM 2-6 SPM 3-6 SPM 4-6 SPM 5-6 SPM 6-6 SPM 7-6 SPM 0-7 SPM 1-7 SPM 2-7 SPM 3-7 SPM 4-7 SPM 5-7 SPM 6-7 SPM 7-7 SPM

TSM 0 - 31 TSM 32 - 63 TSM 64 - 95 TSM 96 - 127 TSM 128 - 159 TSM 160 - 191

0-0 SPM 1-0 SPM 2-0 SPM 3-0 SPM 4-0 SPM 5-0 SPM 6-0 SPM 7-0 SPM

TSM 192 - 223


TSM TSM 224 224-255 - 255

SPM Diagonal SPMs (SPDB)


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SPM Orthogonal SPMs (SPIB)

SPM columns in GS16M


Subrack: 0
16K 0-0 SPM 1-0 SPM 2-0 SPM 3-0 SPM 4-0 SPM 5-0 SPM 6-0 SPM 7-0 SPM

1 2
32K 0-1 SPM 1-1 SPM 2-1 SPM 3-1 SPM 4-1 SPM 5-1 SPM 6-1 SPM 7-1 SPM 48K 0-2 SPM 1-2 SPM 2-2 SPM 3-2 SPM 4-2 SPM 5-2 SPM 6-2 SPM 7-2 SPM

3
64K 0-3 SPM 1-3 SPM 2-3 SPM 3-3 SPM 4-3 SPM 5-3 SPM 6-3 SPM 7-3 SPM

4 5
80K 0-4 SPM 1-4 SPM 2-4 SPM 3-4 SPM 4-4 SPM 5-4 SPM 6-4 SPM 7-4 SPM 96K 0-5 SPM 1-5 SPM 2-5 SPM 3-5 SPM 4-5 SPM 5-5 SPM 6-5 SPM 7-5 SPM

6
0-6 SPM 1-6 SPM 2-6 SPM 3-6 SPM 4-6 SPM 5-6 SPM 6-6 SPM 7-6 SPM

7
0-7 SPM 1-7 SPM 2-7 SPM 3-7 SPM 4-7 SPM 5-7 SPM 6-7 SPM 7-7 SPM

112K 128K

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TSMs in GS16M subracks


Subrack 0: TSM 0 - 31
Subrack 1: TSM 32 - 63 Subrack 2: TSM 64 - 95 Subrack 3: TSM 96 - 127 Subrack 4: TSM 128 - 159 Subrack 5: TSM 160 - 191 Subrack 6: TSM 192 - 223 Subrack 7: TSM 224 - 255

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SPM numbers:

TSM numbers:

Example of first GS16M A-plane: TSM-A-0&&-3 in slot 8 SPM-A-0 in slot 9.


2
Slot 0 Slot 1
-48V RPB RPB RPB EMB EMB ADR

TSM and SPM numbering in GS16M

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SPIB RP4-F TS4B


EMB DL3

20 21 22 23
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

Slot 2 Slot 3

SPIB

16 17 18 19
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 -48V RPB RPB RPB

Slot 4 Slot 5 Slot 6

TS4B RP4-F SPIB

EMB

DL3

EMB EMB ADR

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4 5 6 7
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

Slot 7 Slot 8 Slot 9 Slot 10 Slot 11 Slot 12

DL3

TS4B
DL3

EMB

DL3

20
Slot 13 Slot 14 Slot 15 Slot 16 Slot 17 Slot 18 Slot 19 Slot 20

TS4B

EMB

DL3

0 1 2 3
CLK CLK CLK DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 -48V RPB RPB DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 -48V RPB RPB

ID

SPDB DUMMY SPIB

8 9 10 11

DL3

TS4B

EMB

DL3

12 13 14 15

DL3

TS4B SPIB
RPB

EMB

DL3

RP4-F

EMB EMB ADR

24 25 26 27

DL3

TS4B SPIB

EMB

DL3

28 29 30 31

DL3

TS4B
RPB

EMB

DL3

RP4-F SPIB

EMB EMB ADR

RPs in GS16M

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Even numbered RPs

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Slot 0 Slot 1
-48V RPB RPB RPB

SPIB RP4-F
EMB EMB ADR

Slot 0 Slot 1 Slot 2


DL3 -48V RPB RPB RPB

SPIB RP4-F
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 EMB EMB ADR

RP 39

RP 38

Slot 2
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

TS4B SPIB

EMB

TS4B
Slot 3
EMB DL3

EMB

DL3

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Slot 3 Slot 4
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

SPIB
Slot 4
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

TS4B RP4-F

TS4B

EMB

DL3

RP 35

RP 34

Slot 5
-48V RPB RPB

RPB

EMB EMB ADR

Slot 5

-48V

RPB

RPB

RPB

RP4-F SPIB
Slot 6

EMB EMB ADR

Slot 6 Slot 7 Slot 8 Slot 9 Slot 10 Slot 11 Slot 12 Slot 13 Slot 14 Slot 15 Slot 16 Slot 17 Slot 18 Slot 19 Slot 20
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 -48V RPB RPB RPB DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

SPIB TS4B
EMB DL3

Slot 7
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

DL3

DL3

DL3

DL3

TS4B TS4B
CLK CLK CLK ID EMB DL3

EMB

DL3

Slot 8

DL3

DL3

DL3

DL3

TS4B SPDB DUMMY SPIB TS4B


DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 EMB DL3

EMB

DL3

Slot 9 Slot 10 Slot 11 Slot 12

CLK

CLK

CLK

ID

SPDB DUMMY SPIB


DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

B-plane
TS4B SPIB RP4-F
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 EMB DL3 EMB EMB ADR

A-plane
TS4B
Slot 13 Slot 14 Slot 15
-48V RPB RPB RPB DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 EMB DL3

TS4B SPIB RP4-F TS4B SPIB TS4B


-48V RPB RPB RPB EMB DL3 EMB DL3

EMB

DL3

EMB EMB ADR

RP 41
RP4-F SPIB

RP 40

EMB EMB ADR

RP 37

RP 36

Slot 16 Slot 17 Slot 18 Slot 19 Slot 20

DL3

DL3

DL3

DL3

TS4B SPIB
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

EMB

DL3

TS4B
-48V RPB RPB RPB

EMB

DL3

RP4-F SPIB

EMB EMB ADR

EMs in GS16M

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Slot 0 Slot 1
-48V RPB RPB RPB

SPIB RP4-F
EMB EMB ADR

Slot 0 Slot 1 Slot 2


DL3 -48V RPB RPB RPB

SPIB RP4-F
EMB EMB ADR

9 11 13 15
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

8 10 12 14

RP 39
EMB

RP 38

Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 4


DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

TS4B SPIB TS4B RP4-F

DL3

DL3

DL3

DL3

TS4B
Slot 3 Slot 4
EMB DL3 EMB EMB ADR

EMB

DL3

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Slot 5
-48V RPB RPB

SPIB

Slot 6 Slot 7 Slot 8

Slot 9 Slot 10 Slot 11 Slot 12

Slot 13

RP 37

RP 36

Slot 14 Slot 15 Slot 16


-48V RPB RPB RPB

Slot 17

RP 41

RP 40

Slot 19 Slot 20

9 11 13 15
Slot 18
DL3 DL3 DL3 -48V RPB RPB

1 3 5 7
RPB DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 CLK CLK CLK ID DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 RPB

Slot 5

SPIB TS4B TS4B SPDB DUMMY SPIB

Slot 6 Slot 7
EMB DL3 EMB DL3

0 2 4 6
DL3 DL3 DL3 -48V RPB RPB DL3 DL3 DL3

DL3

TS4B
RPB

EMB

DL3

RP4-F SPIB

EMB EMB ADR

RP 35

RP 34

9 11 13 15

Slot 8

8 10 12 14
DL3 DL3 DL3

DL3

TS4B
DL3

EMB

DL3

TS4B
Slot 9 Slot 10 Slot 11

EMB

DL3

B-plane

A-plane

1 3 5 7

0 2 4 6
CLK CLK CLK

ID

SPDB DUMMY SPIB

1 3 5 7

0 2 4 6

TS4B TS4B

EMB

DL3

Slot 12

DL3

DL3

DL3

DL3

TS4B

EMB

DL3

9 11 13 15

SPIB RP4-F

Slot 14
EMB EMB ADR

Slot 15

8 10 12 14

EMB

DL3

Slot 13

DL3

DL3

DL3

DL3

TS4B SPIB
-48V RPB RPB RPB

EMB

DL3

RP4-F

EMB EMB ADR

1 3 5 7

0 2 4 6

TS4B SPIB TS4B RP4-F SPIB

EMB

DL3

Slot 16

DL3

DL3

DL3

DL3

TS4B
Slot 17

EMB

DL3

SPIB

8 10 12 14

EMB

DL3

Slot 18
EMB EMB ADR

DL3

DL3

DL3

DL3

TS4B
Slot 19 Slot 20
-48V RPB RPB RPB

EMB

DL3

RP4-F SPIB

EMB EMB ADR

EM cabling in GS16M

Example for first and second RP pairs.

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Slot 0 Slot 1
-48V RPB RPB RPB

SPIB RP4-F TS4B SPIB


DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 EMB DL3 EMB EMB ADR

Slot 0 Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3


EMB DL3 -48V RPB RPB RPB

SPIB RP4-F
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 EMB EMB ADR

Slot 2
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

TS4B SPIB
Slot 4
EMB EMB ADR DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

EMB

DL3

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Slot 3 Slot 4 Slot 5
-48V RPB RPB RPB

TS4B RP4-F SPIB

TS4B
Slot 5 Slot 6
-48V RPB RPB RPB

EMB

DL3

RP4-F SPIB

EMB EMB ADR

Slot 6 Slot 7 Slot 8 Slot 9 Slot 10 Slot 11 Slot 12 Slot 13 Slot 14 Slot 15 Slot 16 Slot 17 Slot 18 Slot 19 Slot 20
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 -48V RPB RPB RPB DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

TS4B
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

EMB

DL3

Slot 7

DL3

DL3

DL3

DL3

TS4B TS4B
CLK CLK CLK ID EMB DL3

EMB

DL3

Slot 8

DL3

DL3

DL3

DL3

TS4B SPDB DUMMY SPIB TS4B


DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 EMB DL3

EMB

DL3

Slot 9 Slot 10 Slot 11 Slot 12

CLK

CLK

CLK

ID

SPDB DUMMY SPIB


DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

B-plane
TS4B SPIB RP4-F
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 EMB EMB ADR EMB DL3

A-plane
TS4B
Slot 13 Slot 14 Slot 15
-48V RPB RPB RPB DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 EMB DL3

TS4B SPIB RP4-F TS4B SPIB TS4B


-48V RPB RPB RPB EMB DL3 EMB DL3

EMB

DL3

EMB EMB ADR

Slot 16 Slot 17 Slot 18

DL3

DL3

DL3

DL3

TS4B SPIB
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

EMB

DL3

TS4B RP4-F SPIB


EMB EMB ADR

EMB

DL3

Slot 19 Slot 20

-48V

RPB

RPB

RPB

RP4-F SPIB

EMB EMB ADR

RP, EM, TSM and SPM in a table


SLOT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 UNIT SPM RP/RPT FOR TSM TSM SPM TSM RP/RPT FOR TSM SPM TSM TSM SPM DUMMY SPM TSM TSM SPM RP/RPT FOR TSM TSM SPM TSM RP/RPT FOR TSM SPM INDEX OF STRAP BOARD IN SWITCH MAGAZINE SLOT 00/08 (A/B) 2-0 16&&-23 20&&-23 4-0 16&&-19 0&&-7 6-0 4&&-7 0&&-3 0-0 1-0 8&&-11 12&&-15 7-0 8&&-15 24&&-27 5-0 28&&-31 24&&-31 3-0 01/09 (A/B) 2-1 48&&-55 52&&-55 4-1 48&&-51 32&&-39 6-1 36&&-39 32&&-35 1-1 0-1 40&&-43 44&&-47 7-1 40&&-47 56&&-59 5-1 60&&-63 56&&-63 3-1 02/10 (A/B) 0-2 80&&-87 84&&-87 4-2 80&&-83 64&&-71 6-2 68&&-71 64&&-67 2-2 1-2 72&&-75 76&&-79 7-2 72&&-79 88&&-91 5-2 92&&-95 88&&-95 3-2 03/11 (A/B) 1-3 112&&-119 116&&-119 4-3 112&&-115 96&&-103 6-3 100&&-103 96&&-99 3-3 2-3 104&&-107 108&&-111 7-3 104&&-111 120&&-123 5-3 124&&-127 120&&-127 0-3 04/12 (A/B) 2-4 144&&-151 148&&-151 0-4 144&&-147 128&&-135 6-4 132&&-135 128&&-131 4-4 3-4 136&&-139 140&&-143 7-4 136&&-143 152&&-155 5-4 156&&-159 152&&-159 1-4 05/13 (A/B) 3-5 176&&-183 180&&-183 1-5 176&&-179 160&&-167 6-5 164&&-167 160&&-163 5-5 4-5 168&&-171 172&&-175 7-5 168&&-175 184&&-187 0-5 188&&-191 184&&-191 2-5 06/14 (A/B) 4-6 208&&-215 212&&-215 2-6 208&&-211 192&&-199 0-6 196&&-199 192&&-195 6-6 5-6 200&&-203 204&&-207 7-6 200&&-207 216&&-219 1-6 220&&-223 216&&-223 3-6 07/15 (A/B) 5-7 240&&-247 244&&-247 3-7 240&&-243 224&&-231 1-7 228&&-231 224&&-227 7-7 6-7 232&&-235 236&&-239 0-7 232&&-239 248&&-251 2-7 252&&-255 248&&-255 4-7

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Strap boards in GS16M


Strap board for RP address

Strap board for group switch

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GS strap boards in GS16M


Index: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
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Subrack no: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

GROUP SWITCH Handling

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SW and HW names

SW Name
TSM (4/board) SPM

HW Name
TS4B SPDB/SPIB

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Commands to handle the GS


Create, delete and print:
GSCOI:SPM=spm, SPMV=spmv; GSCOI:TSM=tsm, TSMV=tsmv; GSCOE:SPM/TSM=spm/tsm; GSSTP[:SPM/TSM=spm/tsm];

Block and deblock:


GSBLI:SPM/TSM=spm/tsm; GSBLE:SPM/TSM=spm/tsm;

Test:
GSTEI:SPM/TSM=spm/tsm;

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Printout of the Group Switch State


<GSSTP; GROUP SWITCH STATE UNIT CLM-0 CLM-1 CLM-2 UNIT STATE WO WO WO STATE BLSTATE BLSTATE VARIANT 5 5 5 VARIANT STATUS SLAVE MASTER SLAVE UNIT STATE BLSTATE

SPM-A-0-0 TSM-A-0 TSM-A-1 TSM-A-2 TSM-A-3 END

WO WO WO WO WO

11 31 31 31 31

SPM-B-0-0 TSM-B-0 TSM-B-1 TSM-B-2 TSM-B-3

WO WO WO WO BLOC

ABL

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States and blocking states


GS states
BLOC WO/S WO Blocked Working but suspected Working

BLSTATE, blocking states


MBL&CBL Manually and control-blocked CBL Control-blocked (EM not working) MBL Manually blocked (GSBLI/GSBLE) TBL Test-blocked (During GSTEI command) SPM Blocked from SPM ABL Automatically blocked (Probably HW fault) SNT Blocked from SNT (SNT blocked/not working)
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SPM variants in GS16M


0=BFD 119 001/2-3 1=BFD 119 001/4-5 2=BFD 328 522/4-5 3=BFD 326 504/2 4=BFD 322 024/2 5=BFD 748 532/2-3 6=BFD 744 102/2 10=ROJ 207 19/1 11=ROJ 207 18/1

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TSM variants in GS16M


0=BFD 115 006/12 DL2 1=BFD 116 014/12-15 DL2 2=BFD 324 533/2-5 DL2 3=BFD 324 513/12 DL2 4=BFD 744 002/2-5 DL2 10=BFD 115 006/2 DL1 11=BFD 116 014/2-5 DL1 13=BFD 324 513/2 DL1 20=BFD 744 002/12-15 TPI 30=BFD 744 002/22-25 DL2/DL3 31=ROJ 207 20/1 DL2/DL3 40=ROJ 207 20/1 DL1/DL3
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OPIs to handle the GS


Group Switch, Hardware Type, Define/Delete Group Switch, Install/Repair/Extend Group Switch, Space Switch Module, Connect/ Disconnect/Repair Group Switch, Time Switch Module, Connect/Disconnect/Repair Devices to Group Switch, Connect/Disconnect Group Switch Test Path, Connect/Disconnect

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Subrate Switch

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SRS subrack, one plane

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-48V RPB RPB RPB EMB ADR

RP4-F EMB
SRSB2 SRSB2 SRSB2 SRSB2

Slot 1
DL3 DL3 EMB

Slot 2
DL3 DL3 EMB

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Slot 3
DL3 DL3 EMB

Slot 4
DL3 DL3 EMB

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Slot 5 Slot 6 Slot 7

DUMMY DUMMY
-48V RPB RPB RPB

RP4-F EMB

EMB ADR

Board types in SRS


SRSB2
Subrate switch board, 512 MUPs 8 or 16 kbit/s

DUMMY
Front screen for shielding

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SRS internal cabling

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-48V RPB RPB RPB EMB ADR

RP4-F EMB
SRSB2 SRSB2 SRSB2 SRSB2

Slot 1
DL3 DL3 EMB

Slot 2
DL3 DL3 EMB

Slot 3
DL3 DL3 EMB

A-plane

Slot 4
DL3 DL3 EMB

Slot 5 Slot 6
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DUMMY DUMMY
-48V RPB RPB RPB

Slot 7

RP4-F EMB

EMB ADR

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Slot 0 Slot 1
DL3

-48V RPB RPB RPB

RP4-F EMB SRSB2

EMB ADR

DL3 EMB

Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 4 Slot 5

DL3

DL3 EMB

SRSB2
DL3 DL3 EMB

SRSB2
DL3 DL3 EMB

B-plane SRSB2 DUMMY


Slot 6
Slot 7

DUMMY
-48V RPB RPB RPB

RP4-F EMB

EMB ADR

GS4M

4K GS with SRS and Clocks

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Slot 0
-48V RPB RPB RPB EMB ADR

RP4-F EMB TS4B


EMB DL3

Slot 1
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

4K A-plane

GS4M boards

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DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3 EMB DL3

TS4B SPDB RP4-F EMB


EMB ADR

Slot 3
CLK CLK CLK ID

Slot 0
-48V RPB RPB RPB

SRS-A

Slot 1
DL3 DL3 EMB

SRSB2
RP4-F EMB CLB-0
IC IC ISI EMB ADR

Slot 0
-48V RPB RPB RPB

Slot 1
CLK IC IC EMB

Slot 1
CLK IC IC EMB

CLB-1

IC

IC

ISI

Clocks and NS

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Slot 3
8kS 8kS 8kS Test

(RCLB)
Slot 4 Slot 1
CLK IC IC EMB

40

CLB-2

IC

IC

ISI

Slot 0 Slot 1 Slot 0 Slot 3 Slot 1 Slot 1 Slot 7

-48V RPB RPB RPB

RP4-F EMB
DL3 DL3 EMB

EMB ADR

SRSB2
-48V RPB RPB RPB

SRS-B

RP4-F EMB
CLK CLK CLK ID

EMB ADR

SPDB
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

TS4B
DL3 DL3 DL3 DL3

EMB

DL3

4K B-plane

TS4B
-48V RPB RPB RPB

EMB

DL3

RP4-F EMB

EMB ADR

GROUP SWITCH Software

BYB 501 1.4

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Select GS type
Set the GS type
GMHWP; GMHWI:GSTYPE=TST/TS;

Allows more than one switch package to be loaded at one time Only one switch type can be activated at one time
GS TST SW

GMHWI:GSTYPE=TST;
SW Signal

GS Manager GS TS SW

Active

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Set of Parts (CRT) in GSS (ANT)


NETSYNC GSTST MAN SNT

Basic
Optional

TESTPATHS

SRS

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Group Switch, AXE810


GS890, The Distributed Group Switch

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Main Features of the new Group Switch


New GS referred to as the GS890 Distributed architecture Time-Space architecture Maximum size of 512K (128K today) Subrate switch up to 128K Strictly non-blocking (80% in old GS) Reduced cabling

Reduced power consumption


Reduced space Device protection without waste of multiple positions
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Group switch boards


XDB Group Switch Distributed Board (normal case)
XDB used in normal GEM subrack Two boards makes the 16K A- and B-plane

XNB Group Switch for NNRP Board (NNRP case)


NNRP4= Network Node Renewal Process 4 XNB used to connect old BYB 501 1.4 GS16M subracks to GEM

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The Group Switch HW - XDB Board

22 device slots

XDB

16K A-plane

16K B-plane

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XDB

The XDB board


DL5 (8K) Front DL34 (144 Mbit/s) (2K)

128 x 32 7 x Horizontals

MUX
Backplane

128 x 32

RPI
3 x Verticals

XDB

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16K group switch comparison


BYB 501

AXE810

Capacity Volume Power


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1 20 4

1.25 1 1

MUX boards to connect to GS890


DLEB Digital Link Handler for Existing Equipment Board
MUX34 - Multiplexing 4 GDMs (DL3*4) into DL34

DLHB Digital Link Handler Board


MUX3 - Multiplexing 16 device slots (DL2*16) into DL3

NNRP4 Network Node Renewal Process 4


DLNB Digital Link Handler for NNRP4 Board TS4B Time Switch 4 Board

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DLEB and DLHB


DLEB=MUX34

4*DL3

DLHB=MUX3
DL3 DL3

16*DL2
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Magazine strapping (AP - Address Port)


AP0 - Magazine Address for RP addressing AP1 - Column Position in Switch Matrix AP2 - Not used AP3 - Row Position in Switch Matrix AP0 AP1 AP3

AP0 used for the definition of RPS DB Table RPSRPBSPOS as in current BYB501 AP1 & AP3 Not used in DT but if incorrect XM unit will not deblock
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GS890 Structure

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The Logical Switch Matrix


B-plane
0-0 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7

A-plane
0-0 1-0 0-1 2-0 1-1 3-0 2-1 1-1 0-2 2-1 1-2 3-1 2-2 1-2 0-3 2-2 1-3 3-2 2-3 1-3 0-4 2-3 1-4 3-3 2-4 1-4 0-5 2-4 1-5 3-4 2-5 1-5 0-6 2-5 1-6 3-5 2-6 1-6 0-7 2-6 1-7 3-6 2-7 1-7

1-0

2-7

2-0

3-7

3-0

3-1

3-2

3-3

3-4

3-5

3-6

3-7

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XM numbering
0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 1-0 0-1 2-0 1-1 3-0 2-1 1-1 0-2 2-1 1-2 3-1 2-2 1-2 0-3 2-2 1-3 3-2 2-3

B-plane
0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7

A-plane
1-3 0-4 2-3 1-4 3-3 2-4 1-4 0-5 2-4 1-5 3-4 2-5 1-5 0-6 2-5 1-6 3-5 2-6 1-6 0-7 2-6 1-7 3-6 2-7 1-7

GEM

1-0

2-7

2-0

3-7

XM-A-0-0

XM-B-0-0

3-0

3-1

3-2

3-3

3-4

3-5

3-6

3-7

GEM

XM-A-0-3
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XM-B-0-3

Horizontal and Vertical Cabling


Horizontals

0-0

0-1

0-2

0-3

0-4

0-5

0-6

0-7

Verticals

1-0

1-1

1-2

1-3

1-4

1-5

1-6

1-7

2-0

2-1

2-2

2-3

2-4

2-5

2-6

2-7

3-0

3-1

3-2

3-3

3-4

3-5

3-6

3-7

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Vertical and horizontal connections

3 2 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

3 Vertical Connections

7 Horizontal Connections

2 Connections from clocks

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A Simplified Switch
Speech Store and Multiplexer

0-0

0-1

0-2

0-3

0-4

0-5

0-6

0-7

1-0

1-1

1-2

1-3

1-4

1-5

1-6

1-7

2-0

2-1

2-2

2-3

2-4

2-5

2-6

2-7

3-0

3-1

3-2

3-3

3-4

3-5

3-6

3-7

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A call switched in both directions


Time 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-3

1-0

1-1

1-2

1-3

2-0

2-1

2-2

2-3

Space 3-0 3-1 3-2 3-3

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Subrate in the old group switch

ETC 64 kbit/s ETC TRA

Subrate switch

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Subrate in GS890
0-0 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7

1-0

1-1

1-2

1-3

1-4

1-5

1-6

1-7

2-0

2-1

2-2

2-3

2-4

2-5

2-6

2-7

3-0

3-1

3-2

3-3

3-4

3-5

3-6

3-7

Subrate switching set with command GDCOI


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Examples of Configurations with GS890


Subrate
32K with 32K subrate

0-0

0-1

0-2

0-3

0-4

0-5

0-6

0-7

128K no subrate

1-0

1-1

1-2

1-3

1-4

1-5

1-6

1-7

2-0
320K no subrate

2-1

2-2

2-3

2-4

2-5

2-6

2-7

3-0

3-1

3-2

3-3

3-4

3-5

3-6

3-7

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GROUP SWITCH Software

BYB 501 1.4, AXE810

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Select GS type
Set the GS type
GMHWP; GMHWI:GSTYPE=TST/TS;

Allows more than one switch package to be loaded at one time Only one switch type can be activated at one time
GS TST SW

GMHWI:GSTYPE=TS;
SW Signal

GS Manager GS TS SW Active

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Set of Parts (CRT) in GSS (ANT)


NETSYNC GSTS MAN SNT

Basic
Optional

TESTPATHS

SRS

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GROUP SWITCH Handling

GS890

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SW and HW names
SW Name HW Name NEW HW

CLM
XM MUX34

CGB, CDB
XDB, XNB DLEB

YES
YES YES

MUX3
MUXSP MUXTS

DLHB, DLM
DLNB TS4B

NO
YES NO

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Commands to handle the GS890 in AXE810


New commands
GDCOI, GDCOE, GDCOP, GDSTP, GDTEI, GDBLI, GDBLE, GDCVP

Compared to old commands


GSCOI - connection of BYB 501 1.4 GS Unit Parameters CLM=clm, SPM=spm, TSM=tsm GDCOI - Connection of GS890 Unit One Parameter UNIT UNIT=CLM, XM, MUX34, MUX3, MUXSP, MUXTS

New Concept AP (Access Point)

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What is an Access Point, AP


An AP is a point where one Unit connects to another XM has 22 APs 0 - 21 MUX34 has 4 APs 0 - 3 MUX3 has 16 APs 0 - 15 This is the main difference between GS890 and Classic GS. Classic GS fixed relationship between SPM and TSM so there was no need to define it in SW (SPM-0-0 -> TSM0 to -31).

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The use of the AP parameter


XM-1-2
XDB XDB

ET155-1
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AP=XM-1-2-3

Configuring the GS
Define clocks
GDCOI:UNIT=CLM-0/1,VAR=n;

Define switch boards


GDCOI:UNIT=XM-r-c,VAR=n;

Define DLEB
GDCOI:UNIT=MUX34-A/B-n,AP=XM-r-c-s,VAR=0;

Define DLHB
GDCOI:UNIT=MUX3-A/B-n,AP=MUX34-A/B-n,VAR=n;

SNT in GEM (TRA / ECP)


NTCOI:SNT=,SNTP=XM-r-c-s,SNTV=,MODE=;

SNT in GEM (ET155)


NTCOI:SNT=,SNTP=XM-r-c-s,SNTV=,MODE=,PROT=0/1;
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GDCOP printout
gdcop; DISTRIBUTED GROUP SWITCH CONNECTION DATA
UNIT XM-A-0-0 XM-B-0-0 LINK 0 11 0 11 UNIT MUX34-A-0 MUX34-B-0 MUX34-A-0 MUX34-B-0 LINK 0 0 0 0 UNIT MUX3-A-0 MUX3-B-0 MUX3-A-0 MUX3-B-0

END

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Other Issues
Size Alteration
SAE 1094 (No of MUP ind., traffic dependant, COSEM & COX) SAE 442 (max NI=512, steps of 16K) SAE 600 blocks CH and XM (subrate traffic, max NI=128) NI is now equal to XM capacity (1 = 1024 MUP) Order of definition in AI for XM

The switch can work in two modes


Normal rate (16-512k) (XM Variant 0 & 2) Subrate (16-128k) (XM Variant 1 & 3) Because of this, there is no SRS HW to be defined

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Variants and what they mean (XM)

Var XM 0 1 2 3

Meaning Normal Rate 16K Switch (XDB) Subrate 16K Switch (XDB) Normal Rate 16K Switch NNRP (XNB) Subrate 16K Switch NNRP (XNB)

NOTE: Information from AI for Unit


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Variants and what they mean (MUX34 & MUX3)


Var MUX34 0 Meaning Only one variant

Var MUX3

Meaning GDM-H magazine. BFD 516 04 GDM-F magazine. BFD 511 06 DLM magazine (DL2 only). BFD 742 403/2 Not supported by GS890

0
1 2 3

NOTE: Information from AI for Unit


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DLEB and DLHB connections


From the DLEB board there are 4 DL3 connections

DL3 DL3

GDCOI:UNIT=MUX3-A-0,AP=MUX34-0-0,VAR=0; GDCOI:UNIT=MUX3-B-0,AP=MUX34-0-0,VAR=0; NTCOI:SNT=XXX-0,,SNTP=MUX3-0-0,;


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MUX34 and MUX3 numbering, 256K example


0-0 MUX34-0&&-7 MUX3-0&&-31 0-1 MUX34-8&&-15 MUX3-32&&-63 0-7 MUX34-56&&-63 MUX3-224&&-255

1-0

1-1

1-7 MUX34-112&&-119 MUX3-448&&-479

MUX34-64&&-71 MUX34-72&&-79 MUX3-256&&-287 MUX3-288&&-319

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Example MUX Numbering in 1-4


MUX34-96&&-103 MUX3-384&&-415

MUX34-96 MUX3-384&&-387 MUX34-100 MUX3-400&&-403

Dev Slot:
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Dynamic MUP Allocation DL34 Interface


The DL34 interface is introduced in AXE810 It is possible to allocate different devices a number of MUPs in steps of 128.
2048 2K (largest selectable) 1024 1K 512 0.5K

Maximum for a Switch Board (XDB) is 16K DLEB use a fixed number of MUPs (2048)
Maximum of 8 DLEB per GEM

NTCOI parameter MODE sets the number of MUPs.


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S C X B D B R P

512 GEM subrack with 8 DLEBs equipped A ECP equipped B

S C X B D B R P

14K

14K 512 ECP

S C X B D B R P

S C X B D B R P

S C X B D B R P

16K 8 boards equipped A 3 empty

16K 8 boards equipped B

S C X 3 B D empty B R P

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NNRP4

GS890

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NNRP4 Network Node Renewal Process 4


DLNB Digital Link Handler for NNRP4 Board
The DLNB board convert HWI from GS16M into two DL5 interfaces towards the XNB boards in GEM DLNB always in pairs, A- and B-plane Called MUXSP

TS4B Time Switch 4 Board


This board implemented four TSMs is converted into a multiplexer when connecting to GEM/XNB Called MUXTS

XNB GS Distributed for NNRP4


Same as XDB but with 4 DL5s in front for DLNB connections
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Supported APZ versions, APZ 11.0 or later


APZ 212 20 APZ 212 25 APZ 212 30 APZ 212 33 APZ 212 33C APZ 212 40

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Standard configurations
AXE810 BYB 501 1.4

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AXE810 with NNRP4 performed

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DLNB

DL5-1-B DL5-1-A DL5-0-B DL5-0-A 4*DL5s for DLNB

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DLNB in GS16M
0
0 5

Slot Number

1
RP4-F

2
10

3
15

4
20

5
25

6
30

7
TS4B

8
35

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85

TS4B

TS4B

RP4-F

TS4B

TS4B

TS4B

RP4-F

TS4B

TS4B

RP4-F

SPIB
MIA

spare

spare

CTB

SPIB

spare

spare

SPIB

DLNB

55

55

MIA

MIA

MIA

MIA

MIA

MIA H W V 3

MIA

MIA

MIA

MIA

MIA

MIA

MIA

MIA

MIA

50

50

SPIB_2
SA EMB -1 EMB -2
RP_2

TSM20-23

TSM16-19

TSM4-7

TSM0-3

SPIB_1

TSM8-11

TSM12-15

TSM24-27

TSM28-31

SPIB_3

45

SA

H W V 2 H W V 1

45

SA

SA

40

DL 3

DL 3

EMB -1

DL 3

DL 3

H W H 7 H W H 6 H W H 5 H W H 4 D H L W 5 H 1 3 B D H L W 5 H 1 2 A H D W L H 5 1 0 B C L D K L 1 5 0 A C L K 0

DL 3

DL 3

EMB -1

DL 3

DL 3

EMB -1

40

35

EMB

EMB

EMB -2

EMB

EMB

EMB

EMB

EMB -2

EMB

EMB

EMB -2

35

RP_0

RP_1

RP_3

30

30

25

RP BX

DL 3

DL 3

RP BX

DL 3

DL 3

DL 3

DL 3

RP BX

DL 3

DL3

RP BX

25

20

RP BO

DL 3

DL 3

RP BO

DL 3

DL 3

DL 3

DL 3

RP BO

DL 3

DL3

RP BO

20

15

RP BI

DL 3

DL 3

RP BI

DL 3

DL 3

DL 3

DL 3

RP BI

DL 3

DL3

RP BI

15

10 POWER -48 5

DL 3

DL 3

DL 3

DL 3

DL 3

DL 3 POWER -48

DL 3

DL3

10 POWER -48 5

02
0 5

14

26

42

46

58

70

82

06

10

10

18

22

30

34

50

54

62

66

74

78

38

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

65

70

75

80

85

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XNB
Verticals

XNB

4*DL5s for DLNB DL5-3 DL5-2 DL5-1 DL5-0

Horizontals

Clocks

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16K GEM NNRP4 with clocks (BFD 508 013/3)

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32K GEM NNRP4 with clocks (BFD 508 013/4)

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32K GEM NNRP4 without clocks (BFD 508 013/5)

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XNB (A-plane)

DLNB (A-plane)

DLNB (B-plane)

XNB (B-plane)

Cabling

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Conversion of 64K node expanded to 128K


GS16M GS16M

GS16M

GS16M

CL128M

GS16M

GS16M

GS16M

GS16M

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New hardware added for NNRP4


GS16M GS16M GEM

GS16M

GS16M

GEM

CL128M

GS16M

GS16M

GEM NNRP4 32K+Clocks GEM NNRP4 32K+Clocks

GEM

GS16M

GS16M

GEM

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