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Evolution Series

User Manual
Part: General
B4065 Rev. P

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The manual is divided in 5 main parts:


General

This part gives a general overview of the Evolution Series equipment

Installation

Gives the details on how to install the equipment

Operation

Describes how to operate the system with emphasis on the Evolution Series Manager

Maintenance

Gives details on maintenance of the equipment

Appendices

A collection of frequency plans, alarm lists, technical specifications etc.

Table of Contents
General
Revision History
About this Manual
Legal Information
Intended use of equipment
Declaration of Conformity
Warnings
System Overview
Configuration
Radio Protection Switching
IFU Overview
Universal IFU Overview
SU Overview
RIU Overview
PWIU Overview
PWIU 24V Overview
FAN Overview
LIU El Overview
LIU Opt Overview
LIU 12xE1 Overview
LIU 25xE1 Overview
LIU 8xT1 Overview
LIU 16xT1 Overview
LIU 3xDS3/E3 Overview
Gigabit Ethernet Unit Overview
DXC Overview
EOW Overview
Handset
4x64kb/s Unit Overview
Alarm & Control Unit Overview
E1/T1 Wayside Overview
DXC Frame Overview
PWR & Sync Overview
Access IFU Overview
Management Overview
E1/T1 Overview
Ethernet Overview
64kb/s Oveview
RIU Overview
FAN Overview
XCVR/ODU Overview
How to contact Nera

Installation
Operation
Maintenance
Appendices

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Revision History
Revision

Applies to System release

Date

Amendments

R1

03-04-2006

Initial version

R2

03-06-2006

New AUX Units: Engineering Orderwire Unit and 4x64kb/s Unit.


New Frequency plans: U6G, 11G, 18G and 23G.

R3

13-11-2006

New system Type; XPAND, introduced. New Plug-in Units: LIU 25xE1 and Gigabit
Ethernet.

R3B

15-01-2007

New AUX Unit: Alarm & Control Unit.


New Plug-in Units: LIU 12xE1 and LIU 3xDS3/E3.

R4A

02-04-2007

New Plug-in Units: LIU 8xT1 and LIU 16x T1.


Mix of Ethernet and E1/T1 supported.

R4B

30-05-2007

New AUX unit: Wayside Unit


PDH X-connect supported

R5A

20-07-2007

New STM-4/OC-12 Optical Interface Unit

R6A (Universal IFU)


R1B (Access IFU)

23-01-2008

Introducing Evolution Long Haul Indoor Equipment


Introducing Access IFU (PDH)

R6B (Universal IFU)


R2A (Access IFU)

14-03-2008

Added Power connection in rack top for Long Haul Systems

R7A (Universal IFU)


R2A (Access IFU)

15-08-2008

General update of the manual

R7A (Universal IFU)


R2A (Access IFU)

06-11-2008

Includes Long Haul Split Mount


Includes 5GHz Pole Mount

R8A (Universal IFU)


R2A (Access IFU)

26-01-2009

General update of the manual

R9A (Universal IFU)


R2A (Access IFU)

12-05-2009

General update of the manual


Includes SU version D

R9A (Universal IFU)


R3A (Access IFU)

02-06-2009

Applies to software release R3A (Access IFU)

About this Manual

General
This manual describes the installation, use and maintenance of the Nera Evolution Series equipment.
As the equipment is modular based, a wide range of system configurations are available. Not all configurations are described in this manual.

Target Group
The manual is intended for use by trained technicians and will not describe basic technical procedures.

Conventions
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Legal Information
The information in this documentation is subject to change without notice and describes only the product defined in the introduction of this documentation.
This documentation is intended for the use of Nera's customers only for the purposes of the agreement under which the documentation is submitted, and no
part of it may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or means without the prior written permission of Nera.
The information or statements given in this documentation concerning the suitability, capacity, or performance of the mentioned hardware or software
products cannot be considered binding but shall be defined in the agreement made between Nera and the customer. However, Nera has made all reasonable
efforts to ensure that the instructions contained in the documentation are adequate and free of material errors and omissions. Nera will, if necessary, explain
issues that may not be covered by the documentation. Nera's liability for any errors in the documentation is limited to the documentary correction of errors.
NERA WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE IN ANY EVENT FOR ERRORS IN THIS DOCUMENTATION OR FOR ANY DAMAGES, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL (INCLUDING MONETARY LOSSES), that might arise from the use of this documentation or the information in it. This documentation and
the product it describes are considered protected by copyright according to the applicable laws.
NERA logo is a registered trademark of Nera Networks. Other product names mentioned in this documentation may be trademarks of their respective companies,
and they are mentioned for identification purposes only.
Copyright Nera 2009. All rights reserved.

Intended use of equipment


Evolution Series is a point to point microwave radio. It is typically used for interconnection of access points
in private or public networks. It is used both in Ethernet and TDM based networks.

Note! Use of this equipment requires a separate frequency license to be applied for by the operator.

Declaration of Conformity
This section applies to countries who have implemented the R&TTE directive
INFORMAL
esky

NERA Networks AS tmto prohlauje, e tento Evolution Series je ve shod se zkladnmi poadavky a dalmi pslunmi ustanovenmi smrnice 1999/5/ES.

Dansk

NERA Networks AS erklrer herved, at Evolution Series overholder de vsentlige krav og vrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF.

Deutch

Hiermit erklrt NERA Networks AS, dass sich das Gert Evolution Series in bereinstimmung mit den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den brigen einschlgigen
Bestimmungen der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG befindet.

Eesti

Kesolevaga kinnitab NERA Networks AS seadme Evolution Series vastavust direktiivi 1999/5/E phinuetele ja nimetatud direktiivist tulenevatele teistele
asjakohastele stetele.

English

Hereby, NERA Networks AS, declares that Evolution Series is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.

Espaol

Por medio de la presente NERA Networks AS declara que el Evolution Series cumple con los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o
exigibles de la

NERA Networks AS Evolution Series


S G 1999/5/.

Franais

Par la prsente NERA Networks AS dclare que l'appareil Evolution Series est conforme aux exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions pertinentes de la
directive 1999/5/CE.

Italiano

Con la presente NERA Networks AS dichiara che questo Evolution Series conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva
1999/5/CE.

Latviski

Ar o NERA Networks AS deklar, ka Evolution Series atbilst Direktvas 1999/5/EK btiskajm prasbm un citiem ar to saisttajiem noteikumiem.

Lietuvi

iuo NERA Networks AS deklaruoja, kad is Evolution Series atitinka esminius reikalavimus ir kitas 1999/5/EB Direktyvos nuostatas.

Nederlands

Hierbij verklaart NERA Networks AS dat het toestel Evolution Series in overeenstemming is met de essentile eisen en de andere relevante bepalingen van richtlijn
1999/5/EG.

Malti

Hawnhekk, NERA Networks AS, jiddikjara li dan Evolution Series jikkonforma mal-tiijiet essenzjali u ma provvedimenti orajn relevanti li hemm fid-Dirrettiva 1999/5/
EC.

Magyar

Alulrott, NERA Networks AS nyilatkozom, hogy a Evolution Series megfelel a vonatkoz alapvet kvetelmnyeknek s az 1999/5/EC irnyelv egyb elrsainak.

Polski

Niniejszym NERA Networks AS owiadcza, ze Evolution Series jest zgodny z zasadniczymi wymogami oraz pozostaymi stosownymi postanowieniami Dyrektywy
1999/5/EC.

Portugus

NERA Networks AS declara que Evolution Series est conforme com os requisitos essenciais e outras disposies da Directiva 1999/5/CE.

Slovensko

NERA Networks AS izjavlja, da je ta Evolution Series v skladu z bistvenimi zahtevami in ostalimi relevantnimi doloili direktive 1999/5/ES.

Slovensky

NERA Networks AS tmto vyhlasuje, e Evolution Series spa zkladn poiadavky a vetky prslun ustanovenia Smernice 1999/5/ES.

Suomi

NERA Networks AS vakuuttaa tten ett Evolution Series tyyppinen laite on direktiivin 1999/5/EY oleellisten vaatimusten ja sit koskevien direktiivin muiden ehtojen
mukainen.

Svenska

Hrmed intygar NERA Networks AS att Evolution Series str i verensstmmelse med de vsentliga egenskapskrav och vriga relevanta bestmmelser som framgr
av direktiv 1999/5/EG.

slenska

Hr me lsir NERA Networks AS yfir v a Evolution Series er samrmi vi grunnkrfur og arar krfur, sem gerar eru tilskipun 1999/5/EC.

Norsk

NERA Networks AS erklrer herved at utstyret Evolution Series er i samsvar med de grunnleggende krav og vrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF.

WARNINGS!
HIGH FREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS

Exposure to strong high frequency electromagnetic fields may cause thermal damage to personnel. The eye (cornea
and lens) is easily exposed.
Any unnecessary exposure is undesirable and should be avoided.
In radio-relay communication installations, orderly setup for normal operation, the general RF radiation level will be
well below the safety limit.
In the antennas and directly in front of them the RF intensity normally will exceed the danger level, within limited
portions of space.
Dangerous radiation may be found in the neighbourhood of open waveguide flanges or horns where the power is
radiated into space.
To avoid dangerous radiation the following precautions must be taken:
During work within and close to the front of the antenna; make sure that transmitters will remain turned off.
Before opening coaxial - or waveguide connectors carrying RF power, turn off transmitters.
Consider any incidentally open RF connector as carrying power, until otherwise proved. Do not look into coaxial connectors at
closer than reading distance (30 cm). Do not look into an open waveguide unless you are absolutely sure that the power is
turned off.

ESD

This equipment contains components which are sensitive to "ESD" (Electro Static Discharge).
It is therefore essential that whenever disassembling the equipment and/or handling PC boards, special precautions
to avoid ESD have to be made.
These precautions include personnel grounding, grounding of work bench, grounding of tools and instruments as
well as transport and storage in special antistatic bags and boxes.

LASER

CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
The optical interface must only be serviced by qualified personnel, who are aware of the hazards involved to repair
laser products.

When handling laser products the following precautions must be taken:


Never look directly into an open connector or optical cable
Before disconnecting an optical cable from the optical transmitter, the power should be switched off. If this is
not possible, the cable must be disconnected from the transmitter before it is disconnected from the receiver.
When the cable is reconnected it must be connected to the receiver before it is connected to the transmitter.

EARTHING

This equipment has a connection between the earthed conductor of the d.c. supply circuit and the earthing
conductor.

NOTE!
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15
of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

System Overview
Introduction
The Evolution Series microwave radio is designed to transmit data rates from about 6 Mb/s to 600Mb/s, in the frequency bands 5 GHz to 38 GHz. The
configuration of capacity and modulation is software configurable, giving an optimal balance between system gain and spectral efficiency.
The Evolution Series product can be configured to work in two different modes, METRO (SDH/SONET based) and XPAND (PDH based). In both modes it is
possible to either have a split mounted system with IFU and ODU or an optimized long haul system with low loss RF-branching providing the best system gain
for high capacity systems. Payload capacity on each RF channel is configurable and is enabled by SW licences. With the Universal IFU changes and
upgrades can be done by the user without HW changes to the basic IFU platform.
The Universal IFU is used in METRO and in XPAND when more than 16 E1/T1 interfaces and/or more directions are needed. In addition the Access IFUs with
fixed interfaces and one antenna direction are available.
Available interfaces are: E1, T1, E3, DS3, STM-1/OC-3, STM-4/OC12, 100BASE-TX, Gigabit Ethernet.
The Evolution Series products can be configured in two different modes, selected by the SW license.
The METRO mode
155 Mb/s, 311Mb/s and 622 Mb/s transmission capacity
Configurations up to 7+1/8+0
CCDP configuration with XPIC
28, 40 and 55/56 MHz BW
Options for embedded ADM mux / X-connect
TDM traffic : 63xE1, 3xE3/DS3, 64xT1
Advanced Ethernet : 4xFE and 1xGbE with QoS, nxVC-12(VT1.5), nxVC-3(STS-1) or nxVC-4(STS-3-3c) mapping
Traffic Node: SNCP with Ring, Chain, Star or Mesh topology
The XPAND mode (ETSI)
Scalable 8, 16, 32, 40, 80, 100, 150 Mb/s transmission capacity
7, 14 and 28 MHz BW
Scalable TDM/Ethernet mix (step of 2Mb/s)
4, 8, 16, 20, 40, 50, 75 E1 capacity
Ethernet 1xFE, scalable with 2 Mbit/s granularity
Ring protection for E1s, based on SNCP

The XPAND mode (ANSI)


Scalable 6, 12, 25, 50, 100, 125, 150 Mb/s transmission capacity
5, 10, 20 and 30 MHz BW
Scalable TDM/Ethernet mix (step of 1.5Mb/s)
4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 80, 96 T1 capacity
Ethernet 1xFE, 1.5 Mbit/s granularity
Ring protection for T1s, based on SNCP

Features
The ODU (split-mount) can be mounted directly on the antenna, both in unprotected and protected configurations. The ODU can also be mounted on the
antenna pole, using a short flexible waveguide to the antenna.
The Universal IFU can easily be expanded from a single channel system up to a traffic node handling up to 8 ODUs. The Universal IFU contains the line
interface, baseband processing and multiplexing, management and radio interfaces.
The optional embedded ADM/DXC function provides multiplexing for user traffic into the STM-1/OC-3 or STM-4/OC-12 signal. In traffic node systems, the
digital cross connect (DXC) routes the user traffic between the various link directions without the need for cabling or external multiplexers. Chain, ring, star
and mesh topologies are supported, with individual choice of unprotected or protected (SNCP) traffic circuits. The multiplexer supports a mix of traffic types,
such as E1, T1, E3, DS3 and Ethernet.
The equipment configuration, licences and the operating software version, can be stored or downloaded to a computer. When a new Supervisory Unit is
inserted, the equipment configuration can then easily be restored to the radio equipment.

System description
The Evolution Series microwave radio system comprises IFU, and an XCVR/ODU and an antenna. The IFU and XCVR are interconnected using a coaxial
cable which carries the transmit and receive user traffic, management communication between the IFU and XCVR, and the power supply to the XCVR.

Universal IFU description


The Evolution Series Universal IFU is a 1RU high modular unit, containing 9 plug-in slots for various modules. The modular architecture with plug-in slots
enables a high degree of flexibility, easy upgrading/changing configurations and maintenance.

The Universal IFU Basic Frame is common in all configurations and up to four IFU frames can be stacked together by an IFU connection panel.
When an SU is part of the IFU frame, it will always occupy slot 1. The Supervisory Unit is handling the configuration of all the system units as well as
reporting system status to the NMS system.
Slot 6 houses the FAN unit, handling the ventilation and temperature management of the IFU frame.
Slot 2and 3 house the various user traffic interfaces and optional DXC unit. The PDH and Ethernet traffic interfaces are full height and cover the upper
Aux/Serv. position as well.
Slot 4 and 5 house the RIU unit(s). The RIU unit provides connection to the ODU and supplies power to the IFU Basic Frame with plug-in units and the
ODU. If the DXC unit is used, slot 4 and 5 can be used for traffic interfaces as well.
Slot 7-9 house any Auxiliary or Service Channel units, such as Alarm Unit, Wayside Traffic Unit, 64 kb/s Data Channels unit and EOW unit.
All units can be replaced in the field. Non traffic carrying units can be replaced without interrupting the service.

Access IFU description


The Evolution Series Access IFU is a 1RU high with fixed configurations. Four main variants are available:
4xE1
4xT1
16xE1
16xT1

All variants can be configured as 1+0 or 1+1/HSB


Slot 4 and 5 house the RIU unit(s). The RIU unit provides connection to the ODU and supplies power to the IFU Basic Frame with plug-in units and the
ODU.
Slot 6 houses the FAN unit, handling the ventilation and temperature management of the IFU frame.

IFU and Channel numbering

XCVR Unit description


The XCVR hardware is capacity and modulation independent. The XCVR is tuneable over the whole frequency band, both high and low part. In split-mount
configurations, the XCVR and a diplexer form the Outdoor Unit (ODU). The diplexer determines the sub-band coverage. The ODU may be mounted directly to
the antenna. In HSB and 1+1/2+0 configurations an RF-coupler is used when connecting the ODUs to a single antenna interface. A pole mount interface is
also available.

Configuration examples

Configuration
The Evolution Series equipment can be arranged in various system configurations. There are two main radio based configurations: Split Mount and Long Haul Indoor. In addition, Line Terminal
configurations are available.

Select system:

Split Mount

Long Haul Indoor

Long Haul
Split Mount

Line Terminal

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

1+0 (Unprotected)

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

1+1 (Hot Standby)

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

1+1 Frequency Diversity

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

1+0 (Unprotected)

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

1+1 (Hot Standby)

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

1+1 Frequency Diversity

Split Mount configurations


METRO
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+0 Add-Drop Repeater w/Cross Connect
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Baseband
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization
2+0 Dual Frequency - Single Polarization (DF-SP)
2+0 Single Frequency - Dual Polarization (SF-DP/CCDP)
XPAND
1+0 (Unprotected)
1+1 (Hot Standby)
1+1 (Hot Standby) - Dual Antenna/Space Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

1+1 Frequency Diversity - Dual Polarization

Long Haul Indoor


METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity
7+1 Frequency Diversity
XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

1+1 Frequency Diversity

Long Haul Indoor


METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity
7+1 Frequency Diversity
XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

1+1 Hot Standby

Long Haul Indoor


3+1 Dual Polarization

METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity
7+1 Frequency Diversity
XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

Long Haul Indoor


3+1 Space Diversity

METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity
7+1 Frequency Diversity
XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

Long Haul Indoor


7+1 Frequency Diversity
METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity
7+1 Frequency Diversity
XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

Long Haul Indoor


Hot Stby Traffic Node, two directions
METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity
7+1 Frequency Diversity
XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

Long Haul Indoor


1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity
7+1 Frequency Diversity
XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

Long Haul Indoor


Hot Standby Terminal

METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity
7+1 Frequency Diversity
XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

Legend

Long Haul Split Mount


1+1 Frequency Diversity
METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity

XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

ALM
AUX
EMF
EOW
LAN
LIU
RIU
PWR
SERV
SU
USB
XCVR

External alarm input/output


Auxiliary function plug-in units
Embedded Management Functions
Engineering Order Wire
Local Area Network port (10/100BASE-TX Ethernet)
Line Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Radio Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Power Supply
Service function (plug-in unit)
Supervisory (plug-in unit)
Universal Serial Bus
Transmitter/Receiver

Legend

Long Haul Split Mount


1+1 Hot Standby
METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity

XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

ALM
AUX
EMF
EOW
LAN
LIU
RIU
PWR
SERV
SU
USB
XCVR

External alarm input/output


Auxiliary function plug-in units
Embedded Management Functions
Engineering Order Wire
Local Area Network port (10/100BASE-TX Ethernet)
Line Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Radio Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Power Supply
Service function (plug-in unit)
Supervisory (plug-in unit)
Universal Serial Bus
Transmitter/Receiver

Long Haul Split Mount


METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity

XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

3+1 Dual Polarization


Legend
ALM
AUX
EMF
EOW
LAN
LIU
RIU
PWR
SERV
SU
USB
XCVR

External alarm input/output


Auxiliary function plug-in units
Embedded Management Functions
Engineering Order Wire
Local Area Network port (10/100BASE-TX Ethernet)
Line Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Radio Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Power Supply
Service function (plug-in unit)
Supervisory (plug-in unit)
Universal Serial Bus
Transmitter/Receiver

Long Haul Split Mount


METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity

XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

3+1 Space Diversity


Legend
ALM
AUX
EMF
EOW
LAN
LIU
RIU
PWR
SERV
SU
USB
XCVR

External alarm input/output


Auxiliary function plug-in units
Embedded Management Functions
Engineering Order Wire
Local Area Network port (10/100BASE-TX Ethernet)
Line Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Radio Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Power Supply
Service function (plug-in unit)
Supervisory (plug-in unit)
Universal Serial Bus
Transmitter/Receiver

Long Haul Split Mount


METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity

XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

Hot Stby Traffic Node, two directions


Legend
ALM
AUX
EMF
EOW
LAN
LIU
RIU
PWR
SERV
SU
USB
XCVR

External alarm input/output


Auxiliary function plug-in units
Embedded Management Functions
Engineering Order Wire
Local Area Network port (10/100BASE-TX Ethernet)
Line Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Radio Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Power Supply
Service function (plug-in unit)
Supervisory (plug-in unit)
Universal Serial Bus
Transmitter/Receiver

Long Haul Split Mount


METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity

XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

1+0 Traffic Node, four directions


Legend
ALM
AUX
EMF
EOW
LAN
LIU
RIU
PWR
SERV
SU
USB
XCVR

External alarm input/output


Auxiliary function plug-in units
Embedded Management Functions
Engineering Order Wire
Local Area Network port (10/100BASE-TX Ethernet)
Line Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Radio Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Power Supply
Service function (plug-in unit)
Supervisory (plug-in unit)
Universal Serial Bus
Transmitter/Receiver

Long Haul Split Mount


Hot Standby Terminal
METRO
1+1 Frequency Diversity
1+1 Hot Standby
3+1 Dual Polarization
3+1 Space Diversity

XPAND
Hot Standby Traffic Node, two directions
1+0 Traffic Node, four directions
Hot Standby - Terminal

Legend
ALM
AUX
EMF
EOW
LAN
LIU
RIU
PWR
SERV
SU
USB
XCVR

External alarm input/output


Auxiliary function plug-in units
Embedded Management Functions
Engineering Order Wire
Local Area Network port (10/100BASE-TX Ethernet)
Line Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Radio Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Power Supply
Service function (plug-in unit)
Supervisory (plug-in unit)
Universal Serial Bus
Transmitter/Receiver

Line Terminal configurations


Line Terminal
E1/T1, GbE and STM1/STS3

E1/T1, GbE and STM1/STS3

Legend
ALM
AUX
EMF
EOW
LAN
LIU
RIU
PWR
SERV
SU
USB
XCVR

External alarm input/output


Auxiliary function plug-in units
Embedded Management Functions
Engineering Order Wire
Local Area Network port (10/100BASE-TX Ethernet)
Line Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Radio Interface Unit (plug-in unit)
Power Supply
Service function (plug-in unit)
Supervisory (plug-in unit)
Universal Serial Bus
Transmitter/Receiver

Radio Protection Switching (RPS)


See RPS setup of Universal IFU and Access IFU.

Protection Switching

Radio Protection Switching (RPS) operations for N+1and Hot Stand-by systems are managed by a dedicated RPS module. This RPS module interacts with system hardware resources to achieve
automatic protection switch operations based on switch criteria inputs from the individual radio channels. This module also supports manually controlled switch operations and status reporting.

Switch Section

N+1 system configurations define a single traffic direction over a single radio hop as a protection switch section. A dedicated RF channel, denoted protection channel (Ch. P), serves as a backup for a
number of traffic channels, denoted regular channels. The state of a regular channel is either regular or protected. A channel is in protected state when its traffic is carried over the hop by the
protection RF channel, otherwise it is in regular state (the traffic is carried over the hop by its own dedicated RF channel). The RPS module in a N+1 switch section is based on a Master/Slave
philosophy. The Master is located at the receive end of the hop, and has the overall responsibility for acquiring the necessary system status information and controlling how and when a protection
switchover shall be executed. The Slave is located at the transmit side of the hop and will execute actions requested by the remote-end Master. A typical action requested is to set up the remote TX
bridge for a specific channel. The remote TX bridge is the signal duplication route from the traffic input port of a regular channel to the Ch. P transmit path. The Master and Slave communicate over
the hop through the RPS order-wire channel, using a SOH (ETSI) / TOH (ANSI) byte in the SOH/TOH frame (MS1 or MS2).
Hot Stand-by system configurations implement local equipment protection within the network element (radio station). A protection switch section is then comprised of the duplicated transmit- and
receive-equipment required to serve one antenna. This switch section is monitored and controlled by a single RPS module. The two equipment paths are identified as Ch. 1 and Ch. 2. The protection
switch state is either Ch. 1 active or Ch. 2 active. Each traffic direction (transmit and receive) has its own set of switch criteria and its own physical switch arrangement. The system may be set up as
Unidirectional (radio transmit switch and baseband receive switch operates completely independent of one another) or Bi-directional (radio transmit switch will follow the baseband receive switch if
there is no conflicting criteria, and vice versa).
Hot Stand-by Dual Baseband system configurations implement local equipment protection for the transmit traffic direction only. In this system configuration the received signal is duplicated through the
entire equipment. (There is one Interface Baseband Board for each channel). Protection switching of the received signal must be performed by external equipment.

Switch Criteria

Automatic switch operations are initiated based on a set of switch criteria. Automatic switch criteria are individual or collections of alarms and indicators generated by the different boards/units within
the switch section.
The switch criteria are grouped into a Quality group and a Continuity group. The Quality type of criteria will request error-free (aligned) switchover while the Continuity type of criteria will request
unconditional (forced) switchover.
Quality criteria:
Low RF input level (Low RF): Originates in the Transceiver Unit and indicates that the input signal level has fallen below a specific threshold.
Early Warning (EW): Indicates that the estimated error ratio is above a specific threshold (Not used in HSB Dual Baseband system configurations)
Low BER (LBER): Indicates that the estimated error ratio is above a specific threshold (Not used in HSB Dual Baseband system configurations)
Continuity criteria:
High BER (HBER): Indicates that the estimated error ratio is above a specific threshold. (Not used in HSB Dual Baseband system configurations)
Sync loss (OOS): Indicates that either the internal OOF alarm or the internal RF_ID alarm has been asserted. (Not used in HSB Dual Baseband system configurations)
TX alarm: Indicates failure in the internal data signal connection. (N+1 system configurations only).
Interface regular port input alarm: Originates in the Interface Unit and serves as RX data input alarm for the regular input port. (Not used in HSB Dual Baseband system configurations)
Modem Board absent alarm: Empty slot is detected in the RIU slot position.
Interface Baseband Board absent alarm: Empty slot is detected in the LIU slot position.

In addition to switch criteria there are some equipment alarms related to the channels ability to serve traffic. If one or more of these alarms are raised the channel is not able to transmit/receive the
signal even if it is protected, so no attempt will be made to protect it:
Protectability criteria:
Interface protection port input alarm: Serves as RX data input alarm for the input protection port. (Not used in HSB Dual Baseband system configurations)
Interface Unit TX alarm: (N+1 system configurations only).
- Terminal system configuration: Indicates missing input signal (tributary side).
- Add/Drop Repeater system configuration: Indicates failure in the internal data signal or in the input circuitry of the LIU.
Some indicators are used in addition to the switch criteria to validate the switch operation:
Indicators:
Alignment indicator: Indicates that the data alignment function has detected identical data streams on the protection channel and regular channel, and is capable of doing an error-free (aligned)
switchover.
Transceiver state indicator: Indicates whether a radio transmitter is active or passive (Hot Stand-by system configurations only).

N+1 Systems

Transmit side:
If one of the regular channels is using the protection channel:
- The LIU of the protected channel duplicates its signal on output port P (Input Selector of LIU Ch. P is fixed in position P).
If no channel is using protection we will have one of the following scenarios (configuration dependent):
- The LIU of the channel which most recently used protection continues to duplicate its signal on output port P.

- The LIU of another (configurable) channel duplicates its signal on output port P.
- LPT on protection: The Ch. P LIU drives its signal on output port P.
Receive side:
If one of the regular channels is using the protection channel:
- The LIU Input Selector of the protected channel is switched to position P.
- The Input Selectors of all other channels are in position R.
If no channel is using protection:
- The Input Selectors of all channels are in position R.
If configuration allows LPT on protection: The Ch. P LIU transmits LPT on its RX output port.
Automatic switch/restore:
The RPS system can automatically perform unidirectional (RX) switch and restore operation based on detected error conditions. The following scenarios describe the basic principles of operation:
If a channel N is protectable and its error conditions has been evaluated to a level above or equal to the switch limit, the RPS checks if any other protectable channel has more severe error
conditions (a more significant need for being protected). If not, the error conditions of the protection channel is compared with the error conditions of channel N. If the error conditions of channel N
is worse, an automatic protection of channel N is performed.
If channel N is using protection and its error conditions are still above or equal to the restore limit but another channel now has worse conditions than channel N, an automatic restore of channel
N is performed followed by an automatic protection of the other channel.
If channel N is using protection and its error conditions are still above or equal to the restore limit but the protection channel now has worse conditions than channel N, an automatic restore of
channel N is performed.
If channel N is using protection and its error conditions have been evaluated to a level below the restore limit and the RPS configuration is revertive, an automatic restore of channel N is
performed. If non-revertive no action is taken.
If an automatic switch request is rejected (due to alignment timeout or equipment related problems), the operation is retried repeatedly until the request is acknowledged or cancelled. An
automatic switch request can be cancelled due to changes in error conditions, change in RPS configuration, manual switch requests or manual switch request.

InterFace Unit (IFU) overview


The IFU comes in two main variants; the Universal IFU used in METRO and XPAND system configurations and the Access IFU used in XPAND (PDH) system configurations.

Universal IFU
There are two versions of the IFU, supporting the following features:
All configurations
FUBU6325B-T
FUBU6325A-T

All configurations except N+1 where N>3

The Unit code is found on the Product


identification label. The Unit code can also
be determined from the IFU Basic Frame
Inventory.
The Universal IFU is modular based and can be configured in different ways by means of plug-in units.

By clicking on a unit in the table below, possible slot positions are indicated in the figure above. In larger systems (more than 1 IFU), slot 1 to 5 can be used for interface units in all other IFU's than IFU
1. Legal slot positions for different configurations are defined by the Housekeeping wizard.
To learn more about the different units; click on the unit name in the table below.
Note! In IFU configurations using DXC Unit and one RIU, slot 4 and 5 can be used for a plug-in interface.
Note! Line Interface units operating with traffic rates > 155 Mb/s, must be placed inn IFU Slot 3.
Line Interface Units
SU overview

RIU overview

Auxiliary Units
LIU Electrical
overview

EOW overview

LIU Optical
overview

64kb/s overview

LIU 12xE1 overview


LIU 8xT1 overview
PWIU overview

LIU 25xE1 overview


LIU 16xT1 overview

Alarm & Ctrl Unit


overview
E1/T1 Wayside
overview

PWIU 24V
overview

LIU 3xDS3/E3
overview

FAN overview

Gigabit Ethernet
Unit overview

DXC Unit overview


One IFU is capable of handling radio systems for 1+0, 1+1, HSB and 2+0 channel arrangements. Larger systems are implemented by interconnecting IFUs using the expansion port on the back of the
IFU and a sub-rack. A total of 4 IFUs and 1 DXC Frame can be stacked and interconnected. Each IFU and DXC frame is 1U (Unit) high, and can be mounted in both an ETSI and a 19 rack solution as
well as standalone.

DXC Frame
The DXC Frame has a cross-connect capacity of 8xVC-4/STS-3. The DXC Frame is used in systems requireing more than 4xVC-4/STS-3 cross-connections (which can be handled by a DXC Unit. See
the Universal IFU above).
By clicking on a unit in the table below, possible slot positions are indicated in the figure above. Legal slot positions for different configurations are defined by the Housekeeping wizard.
To learn more about the different units; click on the unit name in the table below.
Note! Line Interface units operating with traffic rates > 155 Mb/s, must be placed inn IFU Slot 3.

Line Interface Units


PWR & Sync Unit
overview

LIU Electrical
overview
LIU Optical
overview

PWIU overview

LIU 12xE1 overview


LIU 8xT1 overview

PWIU 24V
overview

LIU 25xE1 overview


LIU 16xT1 overview

FAN overview

LIU 3xDS3/E3
overview

Gigabit Ethernet
Unit overview

Note! PWR & Sync Unit may also be placed in slot 4. However, in this case the PWR & Sync Unit will only function as power supply for the DXC Frame with no sync functionality.
PWIU may also be placed in slot 5. However, in this case no sync functionality is available for the DXC Frame.

Access IFU
The Access IFU comes in the following configurations:
4xE1 (1+0) 4xE1 (1+1)
16xE1 (1+0) 16xE1 (1+1)
4xT1 (1+0)

4xT1 (1+1)

16xT1 (1+0) 16xT1 (1+1)

Management
overview

RIU overview

E1/TI overview

FAN overview

Ethernet overview

64kb/s overview

Supervisory Unit overview

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The SU is used for configuration and alarm collecting from all the boards in a IFU system. The maximum IFU system may consist of 5 IFUs that can be controlled from one SU
located in an arbitrary IFU slot. The SU communicates with all boards and functions needing SU awareness.
There are four versions of the SU, supporting the following features:
Configurations with up to 2 IFUs (max 4 ODUs/XCVRs)
Ethernet mapping into VC-4 (100 Mb/s)
FKCN5551A-T
Ethernet packet size up to 1536 byte (SU Ethernet)

FKCN5551B-T

All features as FKCN5551A-T


Ethernet mapping XPAND (6 - 100Mb/s)
Ethernet mapping in Wayside channel (METRO)

FKCN5551C-T

All features as FKCN5551B-T


Configurations with up to 4 IFUs (max 8 ODUs/XCVRs)
Ethernet packet size up to 2048 byte (SU Ethernet)

FKCN5551D-T

All features as FKCN5551C-T


Support for management VLAN, VLAN swiching and QoS
Ethernet packet size up to 1632 byte (SU Ethernet)

The Unit code is found on the Product


identification label. The Unit code can also be
determined from the SU Inventory.

Connectors
USB (FKCN5551A-T, FKCN5551B-T and FKCN5551C-T )
The USB device connector (USB type B connector) is used to open a text based console interface to the SU. This interface can be used for basic SU configuration, for instance
setting the IP address. The USB device interface complies with USB v1.1
The USB type A connector is for future use.

Ethernet
The function of the two Ethernet ports; Port A (ETH1) and Port B (ETH2) is configuration dependent (FKCN5551A-T, FKCN5551B-T and FKCN5551C-T ).
FKCN5551D-T has two additional Ethernet ports, PortC (ETH3) and PortD (ETH4).
SU Ethernet not enabled
The Ethernet Port A (ETH1) is the SU management interface port. The Web server, FTP, SNMP and Telnet server are available from this port.
Port B is equivalent with Port A.
SU Ethernet enabled
The Ethernet Port A (ETH1) is the SU management interface port. The Web server, FTP, SNMP and Telnet server are available from this port.
The Ethernet Port B (ETH2...ETH4) is the physical interface for ethernet traffic over the link.
SU Ethernet and "In-band management" enabled
A layer-2 switch is activated, enabling MAC Switching and In-band management. In this mode, both Port A (ETH1) and Port B..C (ETH2..4) can be used for ethernet traffic
incl. management traffic.
See Evolution Manager for setup of the Supervisory Unit

Radio Interface Unit overview

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The Radio Interface Unit is used for interconnection between the IFU and Radio
The RIU is supplied with -48V DC via the power connector. -48V DC is then fed to the radio and to the IFU. Short circuit and over voltage protection for the radio is placed in the RIU. The Short circuit
and over voltage protection for the IFU is placed on the mother board.
The IFU has two RIU slots.
There are three versions of the RIU, supporting the following features:
Transmission capacity 155Mb/s
FDM5559A-T
FDM5559B-T
FDM5559C-T

Transmission capacity 311Mb/s

The Unit code is found on the Product


identification label. The Unit code can also be
determined from the RIU Inventory.

See Evolution Manager for setup of the Radio Interface Unit

Power Interface Unit overview

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The Power Interface Unit is used as power supply for IFUs where a Radio Interface Unit is not required.

Power Interface 24V Unit overview

Return to IFU overview

The Power Interface Unit 24V is used for converting +24V power to -48V. A cable connects the -48V connector on the PWIU 24V Unit to the RIU/PWIU unit.
RIU/PWIU unit placed in IFU slot 4, is fed from PWIU 24V unit placed in IFU slot 8. RIU/PWIU unit placed in IFU slot 5, is fed from PWIU 24V placed in slot 9.
See illustration below.

Input voltage: 20 - 30 VDC

FAN overview

Return to DXC Frame overview

In order to control the temperature as well as increase component lifetime, a Fan Unit is implemented as cooling mechanism.
See Evolution Manager for details on FAN Unit

Line Interface Electrical STM-1/STS-3 Unit overview

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The Line Interface Electrical STM-1/STS-3 Unit has a CMI encoded 155 Mb/s customer interface.
Electrical interface is according to ITU-T Rec. G.703, ANSI T1.102 and Telecordia GR-253-CORE.
Jitter Performance is compliant with ANSI T1.105.03, ITU-T G.825 and Telecordia GR-253-CORE.
Some of the characteristic parameters of this interface are given below:
155.520 Mb/s 20 ppm
Bitrate:
CMI
Line code:
Impedance:
75 W unbalanced
Return loss (8 MHz to 240 MHz):
15 dB
Pulse amplitude:
1.0 V 0.1 V
Maximum attenuation of input signal at 78 MHz:
12.7 dB
Connector type:
DIN47297; 1.0/2.3mm
See Evolution Manager for setup of the Line Interface Unit

Line Interface Optical STM-1/OC-3 and STM-4/OC-12 Unit overview

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The Line Interface Optical STM-1/OC-3 unit is delivered in the following versions:
Line Interface Unit Optical SFP S-1.1/OC-3 IR-1

LIU S-1.1/OC-3 IR-1

Line Interface Unit Optical SFP OC-3 SR-0

LIU OC-3 SR-0

Line Interface Unit Optical SFP L-1.1/OC-3 LR-1

LIU L-1.1/OC-3 LR-1

Line Interface Unit Optical SFP L-1.2/OC-3 LR-2

LIU L-1.2/OC-3 LR-2

The Line Interface Optical STM-4/OC-12 unit is delivered in the following versions:
Line Interface Unit Optical SFP S-4.1/OC-12 IR-1

LIU S-4.1/OC-12 IR-1

LIU S-1.1/OC-3 IR-1


155Mb/s (OC-3/STM-1) Intermediate Reach 1310 nm Single Mode Optical Interface Unit. Transmission target distance is approximately 15 km according to ITU-T G.957.
The Optical Line Interface Unit has a 155.52 Mb/s (OC-3/STM-1) customer interface, according to ITU-T recommendation G.957 and ANSI recommendation T1.105.06-2002.
In the receive direction, the optical LIU receives a 155.52 Mb/s NRZ encoded optical signal and converts it to an electrical NRZ signal. In the transmit direction, the LIU receives a STM-1 framed signal
and converts it to a NRZ-encoded optical signal.

LIU S-4.1/OC-12 IR-1


622Mb/s (OC-12/STM-4) Intermediate Reach 1310 nm Single Mode Optical Interface Unit. Transmission target distance is approximately 15 km according to ITU-T G.957.
The Optical Line Interface Unit has a 622.08 Mb/s (STM-4 S-4.1/OC-12 IR-1) customer interface, according to ITU-T recommendation G.957 and ANSI recommendation T1.105.06-2002.

In the receive direction, the optical LIU receives a 622.08 Mb/s NRZ encoded optical signal and converts it to an electrical NRZ signal. In the transmit direction, the LIU receives 4 STM-1/OC-3 framed
signals and converts them to NRZ-encoded optical signal.
Note! The LIU S-4.1/OC-12 IR1 can only operate in 622Mb/s mode when it is placed in RIU slot 3.

Warning! The optical interface plugin module (SFP) is an integrated part of the Optical Line Interface Unit and has been tested to comply with Nera Networks recommendations. The module is not
intended for field replacement.

See Evolution Manager for setup of the LIU Optical Unit

Line Interface 12xE1 Unit overview

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The 12xE1 Intfc Unit contains 12 x E1 electrical interfaces, according to the ITU-T Rec; G.703
Connector type: 50 positions Amplimite .050 series
Connector
Pin no.
1A
26A
2A
27A
3A
28A
4A
29A
5A
30A
6A
31A
7A
32A
8A
33A

Channel no. and Colour code for


Signal type
cable pair
Ch 1 out P
Blue/
Ch 1 out N
White
Ch 1 in P
Orange/
Ch 1 in N
White
Ch 2 out P
Green/
Ch 2 out N
White
Ch 2 in P
Gray/
Ch 2 in N
White
Ch 3 out P
Brown/
Ch 3 out N
White
Ch 3 in P
Blue/
Ch 3 in N
Turquoise
Ch 4 out P
Orange/
Ch 4 out N
Turquoise
Ch 4 in P
Green
Ch 4 in N
Turquoise

9A
34A
10A
35A
11A
36A
12A
37A
13A
38A
14A
39A
15A
40A
16A
41A
17A
42A
18A
43A
19A
44A
20A
45A
21A
46A
22A
47A
23A
48A
24A
49A
25A
50A

Ch 5 out P
Ch 5 out N
Ch 5 in P
Ch 5 in N
Ch 6 out P
Ch 6 out N
Ch 6 in P
Ch 6 in N
Ch 7 out P
Ch 7 out N
Ch 7 in P
Ch 7 in N
Ch 8 out P
Ch 8 out N
Ch 8 in P
Ch 8 in N
Ch 9 out P
Ch 9 out N
Ch 9 in P
Ch 9 in N
Ch 10 out P
Ch 10 out N
Ch 10 in P
Ch 10 in N
Ch 11 out P
Ch 11 out N
Ch 11 in P
Ch 11 in N
Ch 12 out P
Ch 12 out N
Ch 12 in P
Ch 12 in N
Not used
Not used

Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

See Evolution Manager for setup of the LIU 12xE1 Unit

Line Interface 25xE1 Unit overview

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The 25xE1 Intfc Unit contains 25 x E1 electrical interfaces, according to the ITU-T Rec; G.703
Connector type: 2x50 positions Amplimite .050 series

Connector
Pin no.
1A
26A
2A
27A
3A
28A
4A
29A
5A
30A
6A
31A
7A

Channel no.
Colour code for
and Signal type
cable pair
Ch 1 out P
Blue/
Ch 1 out N
White
Ch 1 in P
Orange/
Ch 1 in N
White
Ch 2 out P
Green/
Ch 2 out N
White
Ch 2 in P
Gray/
Ch 2 in N
White
Ch 3 out P
Brown/
Ch 3 out N
White
Ch 3 in P
Blue/
Ch 3 in N
Turquoise
Ch 4 out P
Orange/

Connector
Pin no.
1B
26B
2B
27B
3B
28B
4B
29B
5B
30B
6B
31B
7B

Channel no. Colour code for


and Signal type
cable pair
Ch 13 out P
Blue/
Ch 13 out N
White
Ch 13 in P
Orange/
Ch 13 in N
White
Ch 14 out P
Green/
Ch 14 out N
White
Ch 14 in P
Gray/
Ch 14 in N
White
Ch 15 out P
Brown/
Ch 15 out N
White
Ch 15 in P
Blue/
Ch 15 in N
Turquoise
Ch 16 out P
Orange/

32A
8A
33A
9A
34A
10A
35A
11A
36A
12A
37A
13A
38A
14A
39A
15A
40A
16A
41A
17A
42A
18A
43A
19A
44A
20A
45A
21A
46A
22A
47A
23A
48A
24A
49A
25A
50A

Ch 4 out N
Ch 4 in P
Ch 4 in N
Ch 5 out P
Ch 5 out N
Ch 5 in P
Ch 5 in N
Ch 6 out P
Ch 6 out N
Ch 6 in P
Ch 6 in N
Ch 7 out P
Ch 7 out N
Ch 7 in P
Ch 7 in N
Ch 8 out P
Ch 8 out N
Ch 8 in P
Ch 8 in N
Ch 9 out P
Ch 9 out N
Ch 9 in P
Ch 9 in N
Ch 10 out P
Ch 10 out N
Ch 10 in P
Ch 10 in N
Ch 11 out P
Ch 11 out N
Ch 11 in P
Ch 11 in N
Ch 12 out P
Ch 12 out N
Ch 12 in P
Ch 12 in N
Ch 25 out P
Ch 25 out N

Turquoise
Green
Turquoise
Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

32B
8B
33B
9B
34B
10B
35B
11B
36B
12B
37B
13B
38B
14B
39B
15B
40B
16B
41B
17B
42B
18B
43B
19B
44B
20B
45B
21B
46B
22B
47B
23B
48B
24B
49B
25B
50B

See Evolution Manager for setup of the LIU 25xE1 Unit

Ch 16 out N
Ch 16 in P
Ch 16 in N
Ch 17 out P
Ch 17 out N
Ch 17 in P
Ch 17 in N
Ch 18 out P
Ch 18 out N
Ch 18 in P
Ch 18 in N
Ch 19 out P
Ch 19 out N
Ch 19 in P
Ch 19 in N
Ch 20 out P
Ch 20 out N
Ch 20 in P
Ch 20 in N
Ch 21 out P
Ch 21 out N
Ch 21 in P
Ch 21 in N
Ch 22 out P
Ch 22 out N
Ch 22 in P
Ch 22 in N
Ch 23 out P
Ch 23 out N
Ch 23 in P
Ch 23 in N
Ch 24 out P
Ch 24 out N
Ch 24 in P
Ch 24 in N
Ch 25 in P
Ch 25 in N

Turquoise
Green
Turquoise
Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

Line Interface 8xT1 Unit overview

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The 8xT1 Intfc Unit contains 8 x T1 electrical interfaces, according to the ANSI Rec; T1.102
Connector type: 50 positions Amplimite .050 series
Connector
Pin no.
1A
26A
2A
27A
3A
28A
4A
29A
5A
30A
6A
31A
7A
32A
8A
33A

Channel no. and Colour code for


Signal type
cable pair
Ch 1 out P
Blue/
Ch 1 out N
White
Ch 1 in P
Orange/
Ch 1 in N
White
Ch 2 out P
Green/
Ch 2 out N
White
Ch 2 in P
Gray/
Ch 2 in N
White
Ch 3 out P
Brown/
Ch 3 out N
White
Ch 3 in P
Blue/
Ch 3 in N
Turquoise
Ch 4 out P
Orange/
Ch 4 out N
Turquoise
Ch 4 in P
Green
Ch 4 in N
Turquoise

9A
34A
10A
35A
11A
36A
12A
37A
13A
38A
14A
39A
15A
40A
16A
41A
17A
42A
18A
43A
19A
44A
20A
45A
21A
46A
22A
47A
23A
48A
24A
49A
25A
50A

Ch 5 out P
Ch 5 out N
Ch 5 in P
Ch 5 in N
Ch 6 out P
Ch 6 out N
Ch 6 in P
Ch 6 in N
Ch 7 out P
Ch 7 out N
Ch 7 in P
Ch 7 in N
Ch 8 out P
Ch 8 out N
Ch 8 in P
Ch 8 in N
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used

Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

See Evolution Manager for setup of the LIU 8xT1 Unit

Line Interface 16xT1 Unit overview

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The 16xT1 Intfc Unit contains 16 x T1 electrical interfaces, according to the ANSI Rec; T1.102
Connector type: 2x50 positions Amplimite .050 series

Connector
Pin no.
1A
26A
2A
27A
3A
28A
4A
29A
5A
30A
6A
31A
7A

Channel no.
Colour code for
and Signal type
cable pair
Ch 1 out P
Blue/
Ch 1 out N
White
Ch 1 in P
Orange/
Ch 1 in N
White
Ch 2 out P
Green/
Ch 2 out N
White
Ch 2 in P
Gray/
Ch 2 in N
White
Ch 3 out P
Brown/
Ch 3 out N
White
Ch 3 in P
Blue/
Ch 3 in N
Turquoise
Ch 4 out P
Orange/

Connector
Pin no.
1B
26B
2B
27B
3B
28B
4B
29B
5B
30B
6B
31B
7B

Channel no. Colour code for


and Signal type
cable pair
Ch 13 out P
Blue/
Ch 13 out N
White
Ch 13 in P
Orange/
Ch 13 in N
White
Ch 14 out P
Green/
Ch 14 out N
White
Ch 14 in P
Gray/
Ch 14 in N
White
Ch 15 out P
Brown/
Ch 15 out N
White
Ch 15 in P
Blue/
Ch 15 in N
Turquoise
Ch 16 out P
Orange/

32A
8A
33A
9A
34A
10A
35A
11A
36A
12A
37A
13A
38A
14A
39A
15A
40A
16A
41A
17A
42A
18A
43A
19A
44A
20A
45A
21A
46A
22A
47A
23A
48A
24A
49A
25A
50A

Ch 4 out N
Ch 4 in P
Ch 4 in N
Ch 5 out P
Ch 5 out N
Ch 5 in P
Ch 5 in N
Ch 6 out P
Ch 6 out N
Ch 6 in P
Ch 6 in N
Ch 7 out P
Ch 7 out N
Ch 7 in P
Ch 7 in N
Ch 8 out P
Ch 8 out N
Ch 8 in P
Ch 8 in N
Ch 9 out P
Ch 9 out N
Ch 9 in P
Ch 9 in N
Ch 10 out P
Ch 10 out N
Ch 10 in P
Ch 10 in N
Ch 11 out P
Ch 11 out N
Ch 11 in P
Ch 11 in N
Ch 12 out P
Ch 12 out N
Ch 12 in P
Ch 12 in N
Not used
Not used

Turquoise
Green
Turquoise
Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

32B
8B
33B
9B
34B
10B
35B
11B
36B
12B
37B
13B
38B
14B
39B
15B
40B
16B
41B
17B
42B
18B
43B
19B
44B
20B
45B
21B
46B
22B
47B
23B
48B
24B
49B
25B
50B

See Evolution Manager for setup of the LIU 16xT1 Unit

Ch 16 out N
Ch 16 in P
Ch 16 in N
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used

Turquoise
Green
Turquoise
Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

Line Interface 3xDS3/E3 Unit overview

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The Line Interface 3xDS3/E3 LIU contains 3xDS3/E3 electrical customer interfaces,
according to the ITU-T Rec; G.703, ANSI; T1-102 and Bellcore; GR-499
Connector type:

DIN47297; 1.0/2.3mm dual coax connector x3

See Evolution Manager for setup of the LIU 3xDS3/E3 Unit

Gigabit Ethernet Unit overview

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All the interfaces (Ports) may be enabled / disabled individually. However, if the 1000 Base-X (SFP) is selected, a maximum of 3x10/100 Base-T are available.
There are two versions of the Gigabit Ethernet Unit. Please note the differences:
QoS supported for all transmission capacities.
FNZ5695B-T
FNZ5695A-T

If QoS is enabled; max transmission capacity is 250 Mb/s.


The Unit code is found on the Product
identification label. The Unit code can also be
determined from the Gigabit Ethernet Unit
Inventory.

Connectors
Port 1 to 3
RJ45 connectors for 10/100 Base-T traffic

Port 4
RJ45 connectors for 10/100/1000 Base-T traffic

Port 5
SFP module for 1000Base-X traffic (Plug-in module is required)

See Evolution Manager for setup of the Gigabit Ethernet Unit

Digital Cross Connect Unit (DXC) Overview

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The DXC unit has 2 main functions; the Digital cross(X) connect (DXC) function and node synchronization; SETS.
The SETS provides the DXC with timing clock to retime data streams.
The SETS function has a 1.5 MHz or 2 MHz customer interface for timing input and output
The SETS function applies to: ITU-T G.823 (03/2000), ITU-T K.41, ITU_T G.813 (03/2003)Prepubl. and ANSI T1.105-2001.
The DXC function is a full non-blocking cross connect of 4 different 155Mb/s data streams according to VC-11.
SYNCH connector

1......8
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Signal
Sync in P
Sync in N
NC
Sync out P
Sync out N
NC
GND
GND

See Evolution Manager for setup of the DXC Unit

EOW Unit overview

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The EOW (Engineering Order Wire) Unit includes 4 ports (RJ45):


Port1; Service Telephone handset. Selective call (00 to 99) or collective call (*)
Port2; 64kb/s, G.703 Co-directional / Analog interface
Port3; 64kb/s, G.703 Co-directional / HDLC / Analog interface
Port4; 4Wire transformer isolated interface

1......8
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

PORT1
NC
NC
NC
Tel Ring
Tel Tip
NC
NC
NC

PORT2
Codir data out P
Codir data out N
Codir data in P
OE out P
OE out N
Codir data in N
OE in P
OE in N

PORT3
Codir data out P
Codir data out N
Codir data in P
OE out P
OE out N
Codir data in N
OE in P
OE in N

See Evolution Manager for setup of the EOW Unit.

PORT4
Cal out
NC
Call in
NC
4Wire out P
4Wire out N
4Wire in P
4Wire in N

Handset
The handset connector is inserted in Port 1 of the EOW Unit.

Call
Push the ON/OFF HOOK button for activation / de-activation of the handset. When the handset is activated, the "IN USE" lamp is lit.
Dial the number.
Memory
One number can be stored in memory.
Push the "ON/OFF HOOK" button (the "IN USE" lamp is lit).
Dial the number to be stored in memory (if required a 3s pause can be added to the number, by means of the "Pause" button).
Push the "MEM" button.
Push the "ON/OFF HOOK" button (the "IN USE" lamp is switched off).
Dial from memory
Push the "ON/OFF HOOK" button (the "IN USE" lamp is lit).
Push the "MEM" button.
Battery

This handset uses one R03/LR03/AAA battery. The battery is used for holding the handset memories (MEM and REDIAL) when the handset is disconnected from the EOW unit.
With exeption of "MEM" and "Redial" the handset is fully functional without battery,
The battery compartment is placed on the back of the handset. Before the compartment lid is removed, the connector must be unplugged from the EOW unit, and the lid screw must be unscrewed.

4x64kb/s Auxiliary Unit overview

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The 4x64kb/s Auxiliary Unit includes 4 ports (RJ45):


The Unit contains interfaces for 4, 64kb/s channels:
2 according to ITU-T Rec.G703, co-dir. timing
1 according to ITU-T Rec.G703, contra-dir. timing
1 according to ITU-T Rec. V.11 Contra-/CO-dir. timing without byte timing.

1......8
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

PORT1
Contra data out N
Contra data out P
Contra clock out P
Contra clock out N
Contra data in P
Contra data in N
Contra clock in P
Contra clock in N

PORT2
Codir data out P
Codir data out N
NC
NC
Codir data in P
Codir data in N
NC
NC

See Evolution Manager for setup of the 4x64kb/s Unit

PORT3
Codir data out P
Codir data out N
NC
NC
Codir data in P
Codir data in N
NC
NC

PORT4
V11 data out N
V11 data out P
V11 clock out N
V11 clock out P
V11 data in N
V11 data in P
V11 clock in N
V11 clock in P

Alarm & Control Unit Overview

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The Alarm & Control Auxiliary Unit includes 4 ports (RJ45):


The main functions of the unit are:
Collection of alarms from external equipment
Control of external processes
Access to analogue readings from external equipment
Access of the external modules with the supervisory system.
Interface with the supervisory system.

1......8
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

PORT1
Analog 1
Analog 2
Analog 3
Analog 4
Analog 5
Analog 6
Analog 7
Common AD Ground

PORT2
Alm In 1 P
Alm In 1 N
Alm In 2 P
Alm In 2 N
Alm In 3 P
Alm In 3 N
Alm In 4 P
Alm In 4 N

PORT3
Alm In 5 P
Alm In 5 N
Alm In 6 P
Alm In 6 N
Alm In 7 P
Alm In 7 N
Alm In 8 P
Alm In 8 N

See Evolution Manager for setup of the Alarm & Control Unit

PORT4
Relay 1 P
Relay 1 N
Relay 2 P
Relay 2 N
Relay 3 P
Relay 3 N
Relay 4 P
Relay 4 N

E1/T1 Wayside Unit overview

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The E1/T1 Wayside Unit has two wayside channels supporting E1 (2.048 Mb/s) or T1 (1.544 Mb/s) traffic.
E1 physical interface is compliant with ITU-T Rec. G.703, 120 ohm balanced [4].
T1 (DS1) physical interface is compliant with ANSI Rec. T1.102-1993 [5] and Telcordia Rec. GR-499 [6], 100 ohm balanced.
Note! Only Port A (1) can be used.

1......8
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

PORT A (1)
Ch 1 in P
Ch 1 in N
NC
Ch 1 out P
Ch 1 out N
NC
GND
GND

See Evolution Manager for setup of the E1/T1 Wayside Unit.

DXC Frame
The DXC Frame has a cross-connect capacity of 8xVC-4/STS-3. The DXC Frame is used in systems requireing more than 4xVC-4/STS-3 cross-connections (which can be handled by a
DXC Unit. See the Universal IFU above).
By clicking on a unit in the table below, possible slot positions are indicated in the figure above. Legal slot positions for different configurations are defined by the Housekeeping wizard.
To learn more about the different units; click on the unit name in the table below.
Note! Line Interface units operating with traffic rates > 155 Mb/s, must be placed inn IFU Slot 3.

Line Interface Units


PWR & Sync Unit
overview

LIU Electrical
overview
LIU Optical
overview

PWIU overview

LIU 12xE1 overview


LIU 8xT1 overview

PWIU 24V
overview

LIU 25xE1 overview


LIU 16xT1 overview

FAN overview

LIU 3xDS3/E3
overview
Gigabit Ethernet
Unit overview

Note! PWR & Sync Unit may also be placed in slot 4. However, in this case the PWR & Sync Unit will only function as power supply for the DXC Frame with no sync functionality.
PWIU may also be placed in slot 5. However, in this case no sync functionality is available for the DXC Frame.

Power & Sync Unit overview

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The Power & Sync unit has 2 main functions; the Power supply for the DXC Frame and node synchronization; SETS.
The SETS provides the DXC with timing clock to retime data streams.
The SETS function has a 1.5 Mb/s or 2 MHz customer interface for timing input and output
The SETS function applies to: ITU-T G.823 (03/2000), ITU-T K.41, ITU_T G.813 (03/2003)Prepubl. and ANSI T1.105-2001.
SYNCH connector

1......8
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Signal
Sync in P
Sync in N
NC
Sync out P
Sync out N
NC
GND
GND

See Evolution Manager for setup of the Pwr & Sync Unit

Power Interface Unit overview

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The Power Interface Unit is used as power supply for IFUs where a Radio Interface Unit is not required.

Power Interface 24V Unit overview

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The Power Interface Unit 24V is used for converting +24V power to -48V. A cable connects the -48V connector on the PWIU 24V Unit to the RIU/PWIU unit.
RIU/PWIU unit placed in IFU slot 4, is fed from PWIU 24V unit placed in IFU slot 8. RIU/PWIU unit placed in IFU slot 5, is fed from PWIU 24V placed in slot 9.
See illustration below.

Input voltage: 20 - 30 VDC

FAN overview

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In order to control the temperature as well as increase component lifetime, a Fan Unit is implemented as cooling mechanism.
See Evolution Manager for details on FAN Unit

Line Interface Electrical STM-1/STS-3 Unit overview

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The Line Interface Electrical STM-1/STS-3 Unit has a CMI encoded 155 Mb/s customer interface.
Electrical interface is according to ITU-T Rec. G.703, ANSI T1.102 and Telecordia GR-253-CORE.
Jitter Performance is compliant with ANSI T1.105.03, ITU-T G.825 and Telecordia GR-253-CORE.
Some of the characteristic parameters of this interface are given below:
155.520 Mb/s 20 ppm
Bitrate:
CMI
Line code:
75 W unbalanced
Impedance:
Return loss (8 MHz to 240 MHz):
15 dB
Pulse amplitude:
1.0 V 0.1 V
Maximum attenuation of input signal at 78 MHz:
12.7 dB
Connector type:
DIN47297; 1.0/2.3mm

See Evolution Manager for setup of the Line Interface Unit

Line Interface Optical STM-1/OC-3 and STM-4/OC-12 Unit overview

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The Line Interface Optical STM-1/OC-3 unit is delivered in the following versions:
Line Interface Unit Optical SFP S-1.1/OC-3 IR-1

LIU S-1.1/OC-3 IR-1

Line Interface Unit Optical SFP OC-3 SR-0

LIU OC-3 SR-0

Line Interface Unit Optical SFP L-1.1/OC-3 LR-1

LIU L-1.1/OC-3 LR-1

Line Interface Unit Optical SFP L-1.2/OC-3 LR-2

LIU L-1.2/OC-3 LR-2

The Line Interface Optical STM-4/OC-12 unit is delivered in the following versions:
Line Interface Unit Optical SFP S-4.1/OC-12 IR-1

LIU S-4.1/OC-12 IR-1

LIU S-1.1/OC-3 IR-1


155Mb/s (OC-3/STM-1) Intermediate Reach 1310 nm Single Mode Optical Interface Unit. Transmission target distance is approximately 15 km according to ITU-T G.957.
The Optical Line Interface Unit has a 155.52 Mb/s (OC-3/STM-1) customer interface, according to ITU-T recommendation G.957 and ANSI recommendation T1.105.06-2002.
In the receive direction, the optical LIU receives a 155.52 Mb/s NRZ encoded optical signal and converts it to an electrical NRZ signal. In the transmit direction, the LIU receives a STM-1
framed signal and converts it to a NRZ-encoded optical signal.

LIU S-4.1/OC-12 IR-1


622Mb/s (OC-12/STM-4) Intermediate Reach 1310 nm Single Mode Optical Interface Unit. Transmission target distance is approximately 15 km according to ITU-T G.957.
The Optical Line Interface Unit has a 622.08 Mb/s (STM-4 S-4.1/OC-12 IR-1) customer interface, according to ITU-T recommendation G.957 and ANSI recommendation T1.105.06-2002.
In the receive direction, the optical LIU receives a 622.08 Mb/s NRZ encoded optical signal and converts it to an electrical NRZ signal. In the transmit direction, the LIU receives 4 STM-1/
OC-3 framed signals and converts them to NRZ-encoded optical signal.

Note! The LIU S-4.1/OC-12 IR1 can only operate in 622Mb/s mode when it is placed in RIU slot 3.

Warning! The optical interface plugin module (SFP) is an integrated part of the Optical Line Interface Unit and has been tested to comply with Nera Networks recommendations. The
module is not intended for field replacement.

See Evolution Manager for setup of the LIU Optical Unit

Line Interface 12xE1 Unit overview

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The 12xE1 Intfc Unit contains 12 x E1 electrical interfaces, according to the ITU-T Rec; G.703
Connector type: 50 positions Amplimite .050 series

Connector
Pin no.
1A
26A
2A
27A
3A
28A
4A
29A
5A
30A
6A
31A
7A
32A

Channel no. and Colour code for


Signal type
cable pair
Ch 1 out P
Blue/
Ch 1 out N
White
Ch 1 in P
Orange/
Ch 1 in N
White
Ch 2 out P
Green/
Ch 2 out N
White
Ch 2 in P
Gray/
Ch 2 in N
White
Ch 3 out P
Brown/
Ch 3 out N
White
Ch 3 in P
Blue/
Ch 3 in N
Turquoise
Ch 4 out P
Orange/
Ch 4 out N
Turquoise

8A
33A
9A
34A
10A
35A
11A
36A
12A
37A
13A
38A
14A
39A
15A
40A
16A
41A
17A
42A
18A
43A
19A
44A
20A
45A
21A
46A
22A
47A
23A
48A
24A
49A
25A
50A

Ch 4 in P
Ch 4 in N
Ch 5 out P
Ch 5 out N
Ch 5 in P
Ch 5 in N
Ch 6 out P
Ch 6 out N
Ch 6 in P
Ch 6 in N
Ch 7 out P
Ch 7 out N
Ch 7 in P
Ch 7 in N
Ch 8 out P
Ch 8 out N
Ch 8 in P
Ch 8 in N
Ch 9 out P
Ch 9 out N
Ch 9 in P
Ch 9 in N
Ch 10 out P
Ch 10 out N
Ch 10 in P
Ch 10 in N
Ch 11 out P
Ch 11 out N
Ch 11 in P
Ch 11 in N
Ch 12 out P
Ch 12 out N
Ch 12 in P
Ch 12 in N
Not used
Not used

Green
Turquoise
Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

See Evolution Manager for setup of the LIU 12xE1 Unit

Line Interface 8xT1 Unit overview

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The 8xT1 Intfc Unit contains 8 x T1 electrical interfaces, according to the ANSI Rec; T1.102
Connector type: 50 positions Amplimite .050 series

Connector
Pin no.
1A
26A
2A
27A
3A
28A
4A
29A
5A
30A
6A
31A
7A
32A

Channel no. and Colour code for


Signal type
cable pair
Ch 1 out P
Blue/
Ch 1 out N
White
Ch 1 in P
Orange/
Ch 1 in N
White
Ch 2 out P
Green/
Ch 2 out N
White
Ch 2 in P
Gray/
Ch 2 in N
White
Ch 3 out P
Brown/
Ch 3 out N
White
Ch 3 in P
Blue/
Ch 3 in N
Turquoise
Ch 4 out P
Orange/
Ch 4 out N
Turquoise

8A
33A
9A
34A
10A
35A
11A
36A
12A
37A
13A
38A
14A
39A
15A
40A
16A
41A
17A
42A
18A
43A
19A
44A
20A
45A
21A
46A
22A
47A
23A
48A
24A
49A
25A
50A

Ch 4 in P
Ch 4 in N
Ch 5 out P
Ch 5 out N
Ch 5 in P
Ch 5 in N
Ch 6 out P
Ch 6 out N
Ch 6 in P
Ch 6 in N
Ch 7 out P
Ch 7 out N
Ch 7 in P
Ch 7 in N
Ch 8 out P
Ch 8 out N
Ch 8 in P
Ch 8 in N
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used

Green
Turquoise
Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

See Evolution Manager for setup of the LIU 8xT1 Unit

Line Interface 25xE1 Unit overview

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The 25xE1 Intfc Unit contains 25 x E1 electrical interfaces, according to the ITU-T Rec; G.703
Connector type: 2x50 positions Amplimite .050 series

Connector
Pin no.
1A
26A
2A
27A
3A
28A
4A
29A
5A
30A

Channel no. and Colour code for


Signal type
cable pair
Ch 1 out P
Blue/
Ch 1 out N
White
Ch 1 in P
Orange/
Ch 1 in N
White
Ch 2 out P
Green/
Ch 2 out N
White
Ch 2 in P
Gray/
Ch 2 in N
White
Ch 3 out P
Brown/
Ch 3 out N
White

Connector
Pin no.
1B
26B
2B
27B
3B
28B
4B
29B
5B
30B

Channel no. Colour code for


and Signal type
cable pair
Ch 13 out P
Blue/
Ch 13 out N
White
Ch 13 in P
Orange/
Ch 13 in N
White
Ch 14 out P
Green/
Ch 14 out N
White
Ch 14 in P
Gray/
Ch 14 in N
White
Ch 15 out P
Brown/
Ch 15 out N
White

6A
31A
7A
32A
8A
33A
9A
34A
10A
35A
11A
36A
12A
37A
13A
38A
14A
39A
15A
40A
16A
41A
17A
42A
18A
43A
19A
44A
20A
45A
21A
46A
22A
47A
23A
48A
24A
49A
25A
50A

Ch 3 in P
Ch 3 in N
Ch 4 out P
Ch 4 out N
Ch 4 in P
Ch 4 in N
Ch 5 out P
Ch 5 out N
Ch 5 in P
Ch 5 in N
Ch 6 out P
Ch 6 out N
Ch 6 in P
Ch 6 in N
Ch 7 out P
Ch 7 out N
Ch 7 in P
Ch 7 in N
Ch 8 out P
Ch 8 out N
Ch 8 in P
Ch 8 in N
Ch 9 out P
Ch 9 out N
Ch 9 in P
Ch 9 in N
Ch 10 out P
Ch 10 out N
Ch 10 in P
Ch 10 in N
Ch 11 out P
Ch 11 out N
Ch 11 in P
Ch 11 in N
Ch 12 out P
Ch 12 out N
Ch 12 in P
Ch 12 in N
Ch 25 out P
Ch 25 out N

Blue/
Turquoise
Orange/
Turquoise
Green
Turquoise
Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

6B
31B
7B
32B
8B
33B
9B
34B
10B
35B
11B
36B
12B
37B
13B
38B
14B
39B
15B
40B
16B
41B
17B
42B
18B
43B
19B
44B
20B
45B
21B
46B
22B
47B
23B
48B
24B
49B
25B
50B

See Evolution Manager for setup of the LIU 25xE1 Unit

Ch 15 in P
Ch 15 in N
Ch 16 out P
Ch 16 out N
Ch 16 in P
Ch 16 in N
Ch 17 out P
Ch 17 out N
Ch 17 in P
Ch 17 in N
Ch 18 out P
Ch 18 out N
Ch 18 in P
Ch 18 in N
Ch 19 out P
Ch 19 out N
Ch 19 in P
Ch 19 in N
Ch 20 out P
Ch 20 out N
Ch 20 in P
Ch 20 in N
Ch 21 out P
Ch 21 out N
Ch 21 in P
Ch 21 in N
Ch 22 out P
Ch 22 out N
Ch 22 in P
Ch 22 in N
Ch 23 out P
Ch 23 out N
Ch 23 in P
Ch 23 in N
Ch 24 out P
Ch 24 out N
Ch 24 in P
Ch 24 in N
Ch 25 in P
Ch 25 in N

Blue/
Turquoise
Orange/
Turquoise
Green
Turquoise
Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

Line Interface 16xT1 Unit overview

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The 16xT1 Intfc Unit contains 16 x T1 electrical interfaces, according to the ANSI Rec; T1.102
Connector type: 2x50 positions Amplimite .050 series

Connector
Pin no.
1A
26A
2A
27A
3A
28A
4A
29A
5A
30A

Channel no. and Colour code for


Signal type
cable pair
Ch 1 out P
Blue/
Ch 1 out N
White
Ch 1 in P
Orange/
Ch 1 in N
White
Ch 2 out P
Green/
Ch 2 out N
White
Ch 2 in P
Gray/
Ch 2 in N
White
Ch 3 out P
Brown/
Ch 3 out N
White

Connector
Pin no.
1B
26B
2B
27B
3B
28B
4B
29B
5B
30B

Channel no. Colour code for


and Signal type
cable pair
Ch 13 out P
Blue/
Ch 13 out N
White
Ch 13 in P
Orange/
Ch 13 in N
White
Ch 14 out P
Green/
Ch 14 out N
White
Ch 14 in P
Gray/
Ch 14 in N
White
Ch 15 out P
Brown/
Ch 15 out N
White

6A
31A
7A
32A
8A
33A
9A
34A
10A
35A
11A
36A
12A
37A
13A
38A
14A
39A
15A
40A
16A
41A
17A
42A
18A
43A
19A
44A
20A
45A
21A
46A
22A
47A
23A
48A
24A
49A
25A
50A

Ch 3 in P
Ch 3 in N
Ch 4 out P
Ch 4 out N
Ch 4 in P
Ch 4 in N
Ch 5 out P
Ch 5 out N
Ch 5 in P
Ch 5 in N
Ch 6 out P
Ch 6 out N
Ch 6 in P
Ch 6 in N
Ch 7 out P
Ch 7 out N
Ch 7 in P
Ch 7 in N
Ch 8 out P
Ch 8 out N
Ch 8 in P
Ch 8 in N
Ch 9 out P
Ch 9 out N
Ch 9 in P
Ch 9 in N
Ch 10 out P
Ch 10 out N
Ch 10 in P
Ch 10 in N
Ch 11 out P
Ch 11 out N
Ch 11 in P
Ch 11 in N
Ch 12 out P
Ch 12 out N
Ch 12 in P
Ch 12 in N
Not used
Not used

Blue/
Turquoise
Orange/
Turquoise
Green
Turquoise
Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

See Evolution Manager for setup of the LIU 16xT1 Unit

6B
31B
7B
32B
8B
33B
9B
34B
10B
35B
11B
36B
12B
37B
13B
38B
14B
39B
15B
40B
16B
41B
17B
42B
18B
43B
19B
44B
20B
45B
21B
46B
22B
47B
23B
48B
24B
49B
25B
50B

Ch 15 in P
Ch 15 in N
Ch 16 out P
Ch 16 out N
Ch 16 in P
Ch 16 in N
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used

Blue/
Turquoise
Orange/
Turquoise
Green
Turquoise
Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

Line Interface 3xDS3/E3 Unit overview

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The Line Interface 3xDS3/E3 LIU contains 3xDS3/E3 electrical customer interfaces,
according to the ITU-T Rec; G.703, ANSI; T1-102 and Bellcore; GR-499
Connector type:

DIN47297; 1.0/2.3mm dual coax connector x3

See Evolution Manager for setup of the LIU 3xDS3/E3 Unit

Gigabit Ethernet Unit overview

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All the interfaces (Ports) may be enabled / disabled individually. However, if the 1000 Base-X (SFP) is selected, a maximum of 3x10/100 Base-T are available.
There are two versions of the Gigabit Ethernet Unit. Please note the differences:
QoS supported for all transmission capacities.
FNZ5695B-T
FNZ5695A-T

If QoS is enabled; max transmission capacity is 250 Mb/s.


The Unit code is found on the Product
identification label. The Unit code can also be
determined from the Gigabit Ethernet Unit
Inventory.

Connectors
Port 1 to 3
RJ45 connectors for 10/100 Base-T traffic

Port 4
RJ45 connectors for 10/100/1000 Base-T traffic

Port 5
SFP module for 1000Base-X traffic (Plug-in module is required)

See Evolution Manager for setup of the Gigabit Ethernet Unit

Access IFU

The Access IFU comes in the following configurations


4xE1 (1+0)

4xE1 (1+1)

16xE1 (1+0) 16xE1 (1+1)


4xT1 (1+0)

4xT1 (1+1)

16xT1 (1+0) 16xT1 (1+1)

Management
overview

RIU overview

E1/TI overview

FAN overview

Ethernet overview

64kb/s overview

Management overview

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The Management part contains a Supervisory function (SU) and is responsible for configuration and alarm collection in the IFU. The SU communicates with all boards and functions needing SU
awareness.

Connectors
USB

The USB device connector (USB type B connector) is used to open a text based console interface to the SU. This interface can be used for basic SU configuration, for instance setting the IP address.
The USB device interface complies with USB v1.1
The USB type A connector is for future use.

Port1 and Port2


Port 1 and 2 are management interface ports. The Web server, FTP, SNMP and Telnet server are available from these ports.
Port 1 and 2 are identical interfaces.

Line Interface E1/T1 overview

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The 8xE1 and 16xE1 Interfaces, contain 8 x E1 and 16 x E1 electrical interfaces respectively, according to the ITU-T Rec; G.703
The 8xT1 and 16xT1 Interfaces, contain 8 x T1 and 16 x T1 electrical interfaces respectively, according to the ANSI Rec; T1.102
8xE1 and 8xT1 pinout and cable colour code.
Connector type: 50 positions Amplimite .050 series

Connector
Pin no.
1A
26A
2A
27A
3A
28A
4A
29A
5A
30A
6A
31A
7A
32A
8A
33A
9A
34A

Channel no.
Colour code for
and Signal type
cable pair
Ch 1 out P
Blue/
Ch 1 out N
White
Ch 1 in P
Orange/
Ch 1 in N
White
Ch 2 out P
Green/
Ch 2 out N
White
Ch 2 in P
Gray/
Ch 2 in N
White
Ch 3 out P
Brown/
Ch 3 out N
White
Ch 3 in P
Blue/
Ch 3 in N
Turquoise
Ch 4 out P
Orange/
Ch 4 out N
Turquoise
Ch 4 in P
Green
Ch 4 in N
Turquoise
Ch 5 out P
Gray
Ch 5 out N
Turquoise

16xE1 and 16xT1 pinout and cable colour code.


Connector type: 2x50 positions Amplimite .050 series

Connector
Pin no.
1A
26A
2A
27A
3A
28A
4A
29A
5A
30A
6A
31A
7A
32A

Channel no. Colour code for


and Signal type
cable pair
Ch 1 out P
Blue/
Ch 1 out N
White
Ch 1 in P
Orange/
Ch 1 in N
White
Ch 2 out P
Green/
Ch 2 out N
White
Ch 2 in P
Gray/
Ch 2 in N
White
Ch 3 out P
Brown/
Ch 3 out N
White
Ch 3 in P
Blue/
Ch 3 in N
Turquoise
Ch 4 out P
Orange/
Ch 4 out N
Turquoise

Connector
Pin no.
1B
26B
2B
27B
3B
28B
4B
29B
5B
30B
6B
31B
7B
32B

Channel no. Colour code for


and Signal type
cable pair
Ch 13 out P
Blue/
Ch 13 out N
White
Ch 13 in P
Orange/
Ch 13 in N
White
Ch 14 out P
Green/
Ch 14 out N
White
Ch 14 in P
Gray/
Ch 14 in N
White
Ch 15 out P
Brown/
Ch 15 out N
White
Ch 15 in P
Blue/
Ch 15 in N
Turquoise
Ch 16 out P
Orange/
Ch 16 out N
Turquoise

10A
35A
11A
36A
12A
37A
13A
38A
14A
39A
15A
40A
16A
41A
17A
42A
18A
43A
19A
44A
20A
45A
21A
46A
22A
47A
23A
48A
24A
49A
25A
50A

Ch 5 in P
Ch 5 in N
Ch 6 out P
Ch 6 out N
Ch 6 in P
Ch 6 in N
Ch 7 out P
Ch 7 out N
Ch 7 in P
Ch 7 in N
Ch 8 out P
Ch 8 out N
Ch 8 in P
Ch 8 in N
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used

Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

See Evolution Manager for E1/T1 setup

8A
33A
9A
34A
10A
35A
11A
36A
12A
37A
13A
38A
14A
39A
15A
40A
16A
41A
17A
42A
18A
43A
19A
44A
20A
45A
21A
46A
22A
47A
23A
48A
24A
49A
25A
50A

Ch 4 in P
Ch 4 in N
Ch 5 out P
Ch 5 out N
Ch 5 in P
Ch 5 in N
Ch 6 out P
Ch 6 out N
Ch 6 in P
Ch 6 in N
Ch 7 out P
Ch 7 out N
Ch 7 in P
Ch 7 in N
Ch 8 out P
Ch 8 out N
Ch 8 in P
Ch 8 in N
Ch 9 out P
Ch 9 out N
Ch 9 in P
Ch 9 in N
Ch 10 out P
Ch 10 out N
Ch 10 in P
Ch 10 in N
Ch 11 out P
Ch 11 out N
Ch 11 in P
Ch 11 in N
Ch 12 out P
Ch 12 out N
Ch 12 in P
Ch 12 in N
Not used
Not used

Green
Turquoise
Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

8B
33B
9B
34B
10B
35B
11B
36B
12B
37B
13B
38B
14B
39B
15B
40B
16B
41B
17B
42B
18B
43B
19B
44B
20B
45B
21B
46B
22B
47B
23B
48B
24B
49B
25B
50B

Ch 16 in P
Ch 16 in N
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used

Green
Turquoise
Gray
Turquoise
Brown
Turquoise
Blue/
Yellow
Orange/
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Gray
Yellow
Brown
Yellow
Blue/
Red
Orange/
Red
Green/
Red
Gray/
Red
Brown/
Red
Blue/
Black
Orange/
Black
Green/
Black
Gray/
Black
Brown/
Black

Ethernet overview

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Connectors
Ethernet

Port3 and Port4 are identical ports and connected to a switch. The ports are customer interface for Ethernet traffic.
See Evolution Manager for Ethernet setup

64kb/s overview

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According to ITU-T Rec.G703, co-dir. timing

1......8
Pin no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

64kb/s
Codir data out P
Codir data out N
Codir data in P
NC
NC
Codir data in N
NC
NC

See Evolution Manager for 64kb/s setup

Radio Interface Unit overview

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The Radio Interface Unit is used for interconnection between the IFU and Radio
The RIU is supplied with -48V DC via the power connector. -48V DC is then fed to the radio and to the IFU. Short circuit and over voltage protection for the radio is placed in the RIU. The Short circuit
and over voltage protection for the IFU is placed on the mother board.
The IFU has two RIU slots.
See Evolution Manager for setup of the Radio Interface Unit

FAN overview

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In order to control the temperature as well as increase component lifetime, a Fan Unit is implemented as cooling mechanism.
See Evolution Manager for details on FAN Unit

Transceiver (XCVR) / Outdoor Unit (ODU) Overview


The ODU consists of a transceiver and a diplexer unit interconnected by means of coaxial connectors (4 to 11 GHz) or waveguide interface (13 GHz <).
The figure below shows the features and interfaces.

Transceiver (XCVR) / Outdoor Unit (ODU) Overview


The ODU consists of a transceiver and a diplexer unit interconnected by means of coaxial connectors (4 to 11 GHz) or waveguide interface (13 GHz <).
The figure below shows the features and interfaces.

Transceiver (XCVR) / Outdoor Unit (ODU) Overview


The ODU consists of a transceiver and a diplexer unit interconnected by means of coaxial connectors (4 to 11 GHz) or waveguide interface (13 GHz <).
The figure below shows the features and interfaces.

Transceiver (XCVR) / Outdoor Unit (ODU) Overview


The ODU consists of a transceiver and a diplexer unit interconnected by means of coaxial connectors (4 to 11 GHz) or waveguide interface (13 GHz <).
The figure below shows the features and interfaces.

Transceiver (XCVR) / Outdoor Unit (ODU) Overview


The ODU consists of a transceiver and a diplexer unit interconnected by means of coaxial connectors (4 to 11 GHz) or waveguide interface (13 GHz <).
The figure below shows the features and interfaces.

Transceiver (XCVR) / Outdoor Unit (ODU) Overview


The ODU consists of a transceiver and a diplexer unit interconnected by means of coaxial connectors (4 to 11 GHz) or waveguide interface (13 GHz <).
The figure below shows the features and interfaces.

Transceiver (XCVR) / Outdoor Unit (ODU) Overview


The ODU consists of a transceiver and a diplexer unit interconnected by means of coaxial connectors (4 to 11 GHz) or waveguide interface (13 GHz <).
The figure below shows the features and interfaces.

Transceiver (XCVR) / Outdoor Unit (ODU) Overview


The ODU consists of a transceiver and a diplexer unit interconnected by means of coaxial connectors (4 to 11 GHz) or waveguide interface (13 GHz <).
The figure below shows the features and interfaces.

XCVR types
Standard Power: 6-38 GHz
High Power: 4-11 GHz
SD High Power: 4-11 GHz

ODU / Transceiver Marking


There are 2 labels on the ODU;
One XCVR identification label, placed on the tranceiver right side (seen from front).
One Diplexer identification label, placed on one side of the Diplexer.
See illustrations below:

XCVR
identification label

Diplexer
identification label

Coupler Marking
See illustrations below:

Channel Marking Channel Marking


Symetrical
Asymetrical
Couplers
Couplers

Coupler identification label

How to contact Nera

Address:

Nera Networks AS
Kokstadveien 23
P.O. Box 7090
N-5020 Bergen
Norway

Telephone:+47 55 22 51 00
Fax:

+47 55 22 52 99

Technical Support: http://www.neraworld.com/en/Services/Support_Information/


Local offices contact details can be found on the Nera Web:
http://www.neraworld.com