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OptiX RTN 910 Radio Transmission System V100R002C00 IDU Hardware Description Issue 03 Date 2010-01-30 HUAWEI

OptiX RTN 910 Radio Transmission System

V100R002C00

IDU Hardware Description

Issue

03

Date

2010-01-30

HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

Transmission System V100R002C00 IDU Hardware Description Issue 03 Date 2010-01-30 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.

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OptiX RTN 910 IDU Hardware Description

About This Document

About This Document

Related Versions

The following table lists the product versions related to this document.

Product Name

Version

OptiX RTN 910

V100R002C00

iManager U2000

V100R001C00

Intended Audience

This document is intended for:

l

Network planning engineer

l

Hardware installation engineer

l

Installation and commissioning engineer

l

Field maintenance engineer

l

Data configuration engineer

l

System maintenance engineer

Before reading this document, you need to be familiar with the following:

l

Basics of digital microwave communication

l

Basics of the OptiX RTN 910

Symbol Conventions

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Description

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Description

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Update History

Updates between document issues are cumulative. Thus, the latest document issue contains all updates made in previous issues.

Updates in Issue 03 (2010-01-30) Based on Product Version V100R002C00

This document is the third release of the V100R002C00 version.

The updated contents are as follows.

Section

Description

3.3.5

DIP Switches and CF Card

Modifies the sequence of high-order bits and lower-order bits of DIP switches.

3.5.2

Functions and Features

Deletes specifications for VC-4 loopbacks on the IF1 board.

OptiX RTN 910 IDU Hardware Description

Update History

Section

Description

5.6.1 E1 Cable to the External Equipment

Adds descriptions of requirements for the diameter of a 75-ohm E1 cable, types of coaxial connectors, and crimp pliers.

-

Fixes known bugs.

Updates in Issue 02 (2009-10-30) Based on Product Version V100R002C00

This document is the second release of the V100R002C00 version.

The updated contents are as follows.

Section

Description

D Glossary

Adds certain terms.

E Acronyms and Abbreviations

Adds certain abbreviations and acronyms.

Updates in Issue 01 (2009-06-30) Based on Product Version V100R002C00

This document is the first release of the V100R002C00 version.

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Contents

Contents

About This Document

iii

1 Introduction

1-1

2

3

1.1 Network Application

1-2

1.2 Components

1-3

1.3 Configuration Modes

1-6

Chassis

2-1

2.1 Chassis Structure

2-2

2.2 Installation Mode

2-2

2.3 IDU Labels

2-2

Boards

3-1

3.1 Board Appearance

3-3

3.2 Board List

3-4

3.3 CSTA

3-8

3.3.1 Version Description

3-9

3.3.2 Functions and Features

3-9

3.3.3 Working Principle

3-11

3.3.4 Front Panel

3-13

3.3.5 DIP Switches and CF Card

3-22

3.3.6 Valid Slots

3-25

3.3.7 Board Feature Code

3-25

3.3.8 Board Parameter Settings

3-26

3.3.9 Technical Specifications

3-26

3.4 CSHA/CSHB/CSHC

3-30

3.4.1 Version Description

3-30

3.4.2 Functions and Features

3-30

3.4.3 Working Principle

3-33

3.4.4 Front Panel

3-37

3.4.5 DIP Switches and CF Card

3-50

3.4.6 Valid Slots

3-53

3.4.7 Board Feature Code

3-54

3.4.8 Board Parameter Settings

3-54

3.4.9 Technical Specifications

3-54

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3.5 IF1

3-59

3.5.1

Version Description

3-60

3.5.2

Functions and Features

3-60

3.5.3

Working Principle and Signal Flow

3-61

3.5.4

Front Panel

3-66

3.5.5

Valid Slots

3-68

3.5.6

Board Parameter Settings

3-69

3.5.7

Technical Specifications

3-69

3.6 IFU2

3-70

3.6.1

Version Description

3-71

3.6.2

Functions and Features

3-71

3.6.3

Working Principle and Signal Flow

3-72

3.6.4

Front Panel

3-76

3.6.5

Valid Slots

3-78

3.6.6

Parameter Settings

3-79

3.6.7

Technical Specifications

3-79

3.7 IFX2

3-80

3.7.1

Version Description

3-81

3.7.2

Functions and Features

3-81

3.7.3

Working Principle and Signal Flow

3-83

3.7.4

Front Panel

3-87

3.7.5

Valid Slot

3-89

3.7.6

Parameter Settings

3-90

3.7.7

Technical Specifications

3-90

3.8 EM6T/EM6F

3-91

3.8.1 Version Description

3-92

3.8.2 Functions and Features

3-92

3.8.3 Working Principle and Signal Flow

3-94

3.8.4 Front Panel

3-97

3.8.5 Valid Slots

3-101

3.8.6 Board Feature Code

3-102

3.8.7 Board Parameter Settings

3-102

3.8.8 Technical Specifications

3-102

3.9 SL1D

3-104

3.9.1 Version Description

3-105

3.9.2 Functions and Features

3-105

3.9.3 Working Principle and Signal Flow

3-106

3.9.4 Front Panel

3-109

3.9.5 Valid Slots

3-111

3.9.6 Board Feature Code

3-111

3.9.7 Parameter Settings

3-112

3.9.8 Technical Specifications

3-112

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3.10

SP3S/SP3D

3-113

3.10.1 Version Description

3-114

3.10.2 Functions and Features

3-114

3.10.3 Working Principle and Signal Flow

3-115

3.10.4 Front Panel

3-117

3.10.5 Valid Slots

3-121

3.10.6 Board Feature Code

3-122

3.10.7 Board Parameter Settings

3-122

3.10.8 Technical Specifications

3-122

3.11

PIU

3-123

3.11.1 Version Description

3-123

3.11.2 Functions and Features

3-123

3.11.3 Working Principle

3-124

3.11.4 Front Panel

3-125

3.11.5 Valid Slots

3-126

3.11.6 Technical Specifications

3-126

3.12

FAN

3-127

3.12.1 Version Description

3-127

3.12.2 Functions and Features

3-127

3.12.3 Working Principle

3-128

3.12.4 Front Panel

3-129

3.12.5 Valid Slots

3-130

3.12.6 Technical Specifications

3-130

4

Accessories

4-1

4.1 E1 Panel

4-2

4.2 PDU

4-4

4.2.1

Front Panel

4-4

4.2.2

Functions and Working Principle

4-5

4.2.3

Power Distribution Mode

4-6

5 Cables

5-1

5.1 Power Cable

5-3

5.2 PGND Cable

5-3

5.2.1 IDU PGND Cable

5-4

5.2.2 E1 Panel PGND Cable

5-4

5.3 IF Jumper

5-5

5.4 XPIC Cable

5-6

5.5 Fiber Jumper

5-7

5.6 E1 Cables

5-9

5.6.1 E1 Cable to the External Equipment

5-9

5.6.2 E1 Cable to the E1 Panel

5-13

5.6.3 E1 Transit Cable

5-14

5.7 Orderwire Cable

5-16

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5.8 Network Cable

A Parameters Description

5-17

A-1

A.1 Parameters for NE Management

A-3

A.1.1 Parameter Description: NE Searching

A-3

A.1.2 Parameter Description: NE Creation

A-7

A.1.3 Parameter Description: Object Attribute_Changing NE IDs

A-10

A.1.4 Parameter Description: NE Time Synchronization

A-11

A.1.5 Parameter Description: Localization Management of the NE Time

A-13

A.1.6 Parameter Description: Standard NTP Key Management

A-14

A.1.7 Parameter Description: Automatic Disabling of the Functions of NEs

A-16

A.2 Parameters for Cable Management

A-17

A.2.1 Parameter Description: Fiber Search

A-17

A.2.2 Parameter Description: Fiber Creation

A-19

A.2.3 Parameter Description: Radio Link Creation

A-20

A.3 Parameters for Communications Management

A-22

A.3.1 Parameter Description: NE Communication Parameter Setting

A-23

A.3.2 Parameter Description: DCC Management_DCC Rate Configuration

A-24

A.3.3 Parameter Description: DCC Management_DCC Transparent Transmission Management

A-25

A.3.4 Parameter Description: ECC Management_Ethernet Port Extended ECC

A-27

A.3.5 Parameter Description: NE ECC Link Management

A-28

A.3.6 Parameter Description: IP Protocol Stack Management_IP Route Management

A-30

A.3.7 Parameter Description: IP Protocol Stack Management_IP Route Management Creation

A-31

A.3.8 Parameter Description: IP Protocol Stack Management_OSPF Parameter Settings

A-32

A.3.9 Parameter Description: IP Protocol Stack_Proxy ARP

A-34

A.3.10 Parameter Description: OSI Management_Network Layer Parameter

A-35

A.3.11 Parameter Description: OSI Management_Routing Table

A-36

A.3.12 Parameter Description: OSI Management_OSI Tunnel

A-37

A.3.13 Parameter Description: DCN Management_Bandwidth Management

A-41

A.3.14 Parameter Description: DCN Management_Port Setting

A-42

A.3.15 Parameter Description: DCN Management_Protocol Setting

A-43

A.3.16 Parameter Description: Access Control

A-44

A.3.17 Parameter Description: LCT Access Control

A-45

A.4 Radio Link Parameters

A-46

A.4.1 Parameter Description: Link Configuration_XPIC Workgroup_Creation

A-47

A.4.2 Parameter Description: Link Configuration_XPIC

A-51

A.4.3 Parameter Description: N+1 Protection_Create

A-58

A.4.4 Parameter Description: N+1 Protection

A-59

A.4.5 Parameter: IF 1+1 Protection_Create

A-60

A.4.6 Parameter Description: IF 1+1 Protection

A-62

A.4.7 Parameter: Link Configuration_IF/ODU Configuration

A-65

A.5 Multiplex Section Protection Parameters

A-76

A.5.1 Parameter Description: Linear MSP_Creation

A-76

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A.5.2 Parameter Description: Linear MSP

A-79

A.6 SDH/PDH Service Parameters

A-82

A.6.1 Parameter Description: SDH Service Configuration_Creation

A-83

A.6.2 Parameter Description: SDH Service Configuration_SNCP Service Creation

A-85

A.6.3 Parameter Description: SDH Service Configuration_Converting Normal Services Into SNCP Services

 

A-88

A.6.4 Parameter Description: SDH Service Configuration

A-91

A.6.5 Parameter Description: SNCP Service Control

A-93

A.7 Clock Parameters

A-96

A.7.1 Parameter Description: Clock Source Priority Table

A-97

A.7.2 Parameter Description: Clock Subnet Setting_Clock Subnet

A-99

A.7.3 Parameter Description: Clock Subnet Setting_Clock Quality

A-102

A.7.4 Parameter Description: Clock Subset Setting_SSM Output Control

A-105

A.7.5 Parameter Description: Clock Subset Setting_Clock ID Enabling Status

A-106

A.7.6 Parameter Description: Clock Source Switching_Clock Source Restoration Parameters

A-107

A.7.7 Parameter Description: Clock Source Switching_Clock Source Switching

A-109

A.7.8 Parameter Description: Output Phase-Locked Source of the External Clock Source

A-110

A.7.9 Parameter Description: Clock Synchronization Status

A-113

A.8 Parameters for Ethernet Services

A-114

A.8.1 Parameter Description: E-Line Service_Creation

A-115

A.8.2 Parameter Description: E-Line Service

A-121

A.8.3 Parameter Description: VLAN Forwarding Table Item_Creation

A-126

A.8.4 Parameter Description: E-LAN Service_Creation

A-126

A.8.5 Parameter Description: E-LAN Service

A-132

A.8.6 Parameter Description: QinQ Link_Creation

A-144

A.9 Ethernet Protocol Parameters

A-144

A.9.1 Parameter Description: ERPS Management_Creation

A-145

A.9.2 Parameter Description: ERPS Management

A-147

A.9.3 Parameter Description: MSTP Configuration_Port Group Creation

A-153

A.9.4 Parameter Description: MSTP Configuration_Port Group Configuration

A-155

A.9.5 Parameter Description: MSTP Configuration_ Bridge Parameters

A-155

A.9.6 Parameter Description: MSTP Configuration_CIST Parameters

A-161

A.9.7 Parameter Description: MSTP Configuration_Running Information About the CIST

A-163

A.9.8 Parameter Description: IGMP Snooping Configuration_Protocol Configuration

A-171

A.9.9 Parameter Description: IGMP Snooping Configuration_Adding Port to Be Quickly Deleted

A-174

A.9.10 Parameter Description: IGMP Snooping Configuration_Route Management

A-175

A.9.11 Parameter Description: IGMP Snooping Configuraiton_Static Router Port Creation

A-176

A.9.12 Parameter Description: IGMP Snooping Configuration_Route Member Port Management

A-176

A.9.13 Parameter Description: IGMP Snooping Configuration_Static Multicast Group Member Creation

 

A-178

A.9.14 Parameter Description: IGMP Snooping Configuration_Data Statistics

A-178

A.9.15 Parameter Description: Ethernet Link Aggregation Management_LAG Creation

A-180

A.9.16 Parameter Description: Ethernet Link Aggregation_Port Priority

A-185

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A.9.17 Parameter Description: LPT Management_Creation

A-186

A.9.18 Parameter Description: Port Mirroring_Creation

A-187

A.10 Parameters for the Ethernet OAM

A-188

A.10.1 Parameter Description: Ethernet Service OAM Management_Maintenance Domain Creation

A-188

A.10.2 Parameter Description: Ethernet Service OAM Management_Maintenance Association Creation

 

A-189

A.10.3 Parameter Description: Ethernet Service OAM Management_MEP Creation

A-190

A.10.4 Parameter Description: Ethernet Service OAM Management_Remote MEP Creation

A-191

A.10.5 Parameter Description: Ethernet Service OAM Management_MIP Creation

A-192

A.10.6 Parameter Description: Ethernet Service OAM Management_LB Enabling

A-193

A.10.7 Parameter Description: Ethernet Service OAM Management_LT Enabling

A-194

A.10.8 Parameter Description: Ethernet Port OAM Management_OAM Parameter

A-196

A.10.9 Parameter Description: Ethernet Port OAM Management_OAM Error Frame Monitoring

A-199

A.11 QoS Parameters

A-200

A.11.1 Parameter Description: Diffserv Domain Management

A-201

A.11.2 Parameter Description: DiffServ Domain Management_Create

A-206

A.11.3 Parameter Description: DiffServ Domain Applied Port_Modification

A-211

A.11.4 Parameter Description: Policy Management

A-213

A.11.5 Parameter Description: Port Policy

A-218

A.11.6 Parameter Description: Port Policy_Traffic Classification Configuration

A-223

A.11.7 Parameter Description: Port Shaping Management_Creation

A-232

A.12 RMON Parameters

A-233

A.12.1 Parameter Description: RMON Performance_Statistics Group

A-234

A.12.2 Parameter Description: RMON Performance_History Group

A-235

A.12.3 Parameter Description: RMON Performance_History Control Group

A-236

A.12.4 Parameter Description: RMON Performance_RMON Setting

A-237

A.13 Parameters for the Orderwire and Auxiliary Interfaces

A-239

A.13.1 Parameter Description: Orderwire_General

A-239

A.13.2 Parameter Description: Orderwire_Advanced

A-241

A.13.3 Parameter Description: Orderwire_F1 Data Port

A-242

A.13.4 Parameter Description: Orderwire_Broadcast Data Port

A-242

A.13.5 Parameter Description: Environment Monitoring Interface

A-243

A.14 Parameters for Board Interfaces

A-246

A.14.1 Parameter Description: IF Interface_IF Attribute

A-247

A.14.2 Parameter Description: IF Interface_ATPC Attribute

A-249

A.14.3 Parameter Description: Hybrid/AM Configuration

A-251

A.14.4 Parameter Description: ATPC Adjustment Records

A-253

A.14.5 Parameter Description: PRBS Test

A-254

A.14.6 Parameter Description: ODU Interface_Radio Frequency Attribute

A-255

A.14.7 Parameter Description: ODU Interface_Power Attributes

A-256

A.14.8 Parameter Description: ODU Interface_Equipment Information

A-261

A.14.9 Parameter Description: ODU Interface_Advanced Attributes

A-262

A.14.10 Parameter Description: SDH Interfaces

A-263

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A.14.11 Parameter Description: Automatic Laser Shutdown

A-265

A.14.12 Parameter Description: PDH Interfaces

A-266

A.14.13 Parameter Description: Ethernet Interface_Basic Attributes

A-268

A.14.14 Parameter Description: Ethernet Interface_Flow Control

A-271

A.14.15 Parameter Description: Ethernet Interface_Layer 2 Attributes

A-272

A.14.16 Parameter Description: Ethernet Interface_Advanced Attributes

A-276

A.14.17 Parameter Description: Microwave Interface_Basic Attributes

A-278

A.14.18 Parameter Description: Microwave Interface_Layer 2 Attributes

A-279

A.14.19 Parameter Description: Microwave Interface_Advanced Attributes

A-281

A.15 Parameters for Overhead

A-283

A.15.1 Parameter Description: Regenerator Section Overhead

A-284

A.15.2 Parameter Description: VC-4 POHs

A-284

A.15.3 Parameter Description: VC-12 POHs

A-286

B Board Loopback Types

B-1

C Indicators, Weight, and Power Consumption of Boards

C-1

D Glossary

D-1

E

Acronyms and Abbreviations

E-1

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Figures

Figures

Figure 1-1 TDM microwave transmission solution provided by the OptiX RTN 910

1-2

Figure 1-2 Hybrid microwave transmission solution provided by the OptiX RTN 910

1-3

Figure 1-3 IDU 910

1-4

Figure 1-4 Direct mounting

1-6

Figure 1-5 Separate mounting

1-6

Figure 2-1 Chassis structure of the IDU 910

2-2

Figure 2-2 Positions of the IDU 910 labels

2-4

Figure 3-1 Board appearance (IFU2)

3-3

Figure 3-2 Bar code

3-3

Figure 3-3 IDU slot layout

3-4

Figure 3-4 Functional block diagram of the CSTA

3-11

Figure 3-5 Functional block diagram of the cross-connect unit

3-12

Figure 3-6 Front panel of the CSTA

3-14

Figure 3-7 Front view of the RJ-45 connector

3-16

Figure 3-8 Incorrect connections between the NMS/COM interface and the EXT interface

3-17

Figure 3-9 Pin assignment of the Anea 96 interface

3-20

Figure 3-10 Positions of the DIP switches and CF card

3-23

Figure 3-11 Slot for the CSTA in the IDU chassis

3-25

Figure 3-12 Logical slots for the logical boards of the CSTA

3-25

Figure 3-13 Functional block diagram

3-34

Figure 3-14 Functional block diagram of the cross-connect unit

3-36

Figure 3-15 Front panel of the CSHA

3-37

Figure 3-16 Front panel of the CSHB

3-38

Figure 3-17 Front panel of the CSHC

3-38

Figure 3-18 Front view of the RJ-45 connector

3-42

Figure 3-19 Incorrect connections between the NMS/COM interface and the EXT interface

3-43

Figure 3-20 Pin assignment of the Anea 96 interface

3-48

Figure 3-21 Positions of the DIP switches and CF card

3-51

Figure 3-22 Slot for the CSHA/CSHB/CSHC in the IDU chassis

3-53

Figure 3-23 Logical slots for the logical boards of the CSHA

3-53

Figure 3-24 Logical slots for the logical boards of the CSHB

3-53

Figure 3-25 Logical slots for the logical boards of the CSHC

3-54

Figure 3-26 Functional block diagram of the IF1

3-62

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OptiX RTN 910 IDU Hardware Description

Figure 3-27 Front panel of the IF1

3-66

Figure 3-28 Slots for the IF1 in the IDU chassis

3-68

Figure 3-29 Logical slots for the logical boards of the IF1

3-68

Figure 3-30 Functional block diagram of the IFU2

3-73

Figure 3-31 Front panel of the IFU2

3-76

Figure 3-32 Slots for the IFU2 in the IDU chassis

3-78

Figure 3-33 Logical slots for the logical boards of the IFU2

3-79

Figure 3-34 Functional block diagram of the IFX2

3-83

Figure 3-35 Front panel of the IFX2

3-87

Figure 3-36 Slots for the IFX2 in the IDU chassis

3-89

Figure 3-37 Logical slots for the logical boards of the IFX2

3-90

Figure 3-38 Functional block diagram

3-95

Figure 3-39 Front panel of the EM6T

3-97

Figure 3-40 Front panel of the EM6F

3-97

Figure 3-41 Front view of the RJ-45 connector

3-99

Figure 3-42 Slots for the EM6T/EM6F in the IDU chassis

3-101

Figure 3-43 Logical slots for the logical boards of the EM6T/EM6F

3-101

Figure 3-44 Functional block diagram of the SL1D

3-107

Figure 3-45 Front panel of the SL1D

3-109

Figure 3-46 Slots for the SL1D in the IDU chassis

3-111

Figure 3-47 Logical slots for the logical boards of the SL1D

3-111

Figure 3-48 Functional block diagram of the SP3S/SP3D

3-115

Figure 3-49 Front panel of the SP3S

3-117

Figure 3-50 Front panel of the SP3D

3-117

Figure 3-51 Pin assignment of the Anea 96 interface

3-119

Figure 3-52 Slots for the SP3S/SP3D in the IDU 910 chassis

3-121

Figure 3-53 Logical slots for the logical boards of the 910

3-121

Figure 3-54 Functional block diagram of the PIU

3-124

Figure 3-55 Front panel of the PIU

3-125

Figure 3-56 Slot for the PIU in the IDU chassis

3-126

Figure 3-57 Logical slot for the logical board of the PIU

3-126

Figure 3-58 Functional block diagram of the FAN

3-128

Figure 3-59 Front panel of the FAN

3-129

Figure 3-60 Slot for the FAN in the IDU chassis

3-130

Figure 3-61 Logical slot for the logical board of the FAN

3-130

Figure 4-1 Front panel of an E1 panel

4-2

Figure 4-2 Pin assignments of an E1 port (E1 panel)

4-3

Figure 4-3 Front panel of the PDU

4-4

Figure 4-4 Functional block diagram of the PDU

4-6

Figure 4-5 Internal structure of the PDU in DC-C mode

4-7

Figure 4-6 Internal structure of the PDU in DC-I mode

4-7

Figure 5-1 Power cable

5-3

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Figure 5-2 IDU PGND cable

5-4

Figure 5-3 E1 panel PGND cable

5-5

Figure 5-4 IF jumper

5-6

Figure 5-5 View of the XPIC cable

5-7

Figure 5-6 LC/PC connector

5-8

Figure 5-7 SC/PC connector

5-8

Figure 5-8 FC/PC connector

5-9

Figure 5-9 E1 cable

5-10

Figure 5-10 E1 cable that connects the IDU to an E1 panel

5-13

Figure 5-11 E1 transit cable terminated with the Anea 96 and DB44 connectors

5-15

Figure 5-12 Orderwire cable

5-17

Figure 5-13 Network cable

5-19

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Tables

Tables

Table 1-1 Introduction of the IDU 910

1-3

Table 1-2 RTN 600 ODUs supported by the OptiX RTN 910

1-4

Table 1-3 RTN XMC ODUs supported by the OptiX RTN 910

1-5

Table 1-4 Configuration Type of the OptiX RTN 910

1-7

Table 2-1 Description of the IDU labels

2-3

Table 3-1 List of IDUs

3-4

Table 3-2 Description of the indicators on the CSTA

3-14

Table 3-3 Description of the auxiliary interfaces and management interfaces

3-15

Table 3-4 Pin assignment of the NMS/COM interface

3-16

Table 3-5 Pin assignment of the EXT interface

3-16

Table 3-6 Description of the two indicators of the RJ-45 connector

3-17

Table 3-7 Pin assignment of the CLK/TOD interface

3-18

Table 3-8 Pin assignment of the F1/S1 interface

3-19

Table 3-9 Pin assignment of the ALMI/ALMO interface

3-19

Table 3-10 Pin assignment of the PHONE interface

3-19

Table 3-11 Description of the service interfaces on the CSTA

3-20

Table 3-12 Pin assignment of the Anea 96 interface

3-21

Table 3-13 Setting the DIP switches

3-23

Table 3-14 Board feature code of the CSTA

3-26

Table 3-15 STM-1 optical interface performance

3-26

Table 3-16 E1 interface performance

3-27

Table 3-17 Orderwire interface performance

3-27

Table 3-18 Synchronous data interface performance

3-28

Table 3-19 Asynchronous data interface performance

3-28

Table 3-20 Clock timing and synchronization performance

3-29

Table 3-21 Wayside service interface performance

3-29

Table 3-22 Mechanical behavior

3-29

Table 3-23 Description of the indicators on the CSHA/CSHB

3-38

Table 3-24 Description of the indicators on the CSHC

3-39

Table 3-25 Description of the auxiliary interfaces and management interfaces

3-41

Table 3-26 Pin assignment of the NMS/COM interface

3-42

Table 3-27 Pin assignment of the EXT interface

3-42

Table 3-28 Description of the two indicators of the RJ-45 connector

3-43

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Table 3-29 Pin assignment of the CLK/TOD interface

3-44

Table 3-30 Pin assignment of the F1/S1 interface

3-45

Table 3-31 Pin assignment of the ALMI/ALMO interface

3-45

Table 3-32 Pin assignment of the PHONE interface

3-45

Table 3-33 Description of the service interfaces on the CSHA/CSHB

3-46

Table 3-34 Description of the service interfaces on the CSHC

3-46

Table 3-35 Pin assignment of the RJ-45 connector in MDI mode

3-47

Table 3-36 Pin assignment of the RJ-45 connector in MDI-X mode

3-47

Table 3-37 Pin assignment of the Anea 96 interface

3-48

Table 3-38 Setting the DIP switches

3-51

Table 3-39 Board feature code of the CSHA/CSHB/CSHC

3-54

Table 3-40 Performance of the GE optical interface

3-55

Table 3-41 GE electric interface performance

3-55

Table 3-42 FE electric interface performance

3-56

Table 3-43 STM-1 optical interface performance

3-56

Table 3-44 E1 interface performance

3-57

Table 3-45 Orderwire interface performance

3-57

Table 3-46 Synchronous data interface performance

3-57

Table 3-47 Asynchronous data interface performance

3-58

Table 3-48 Clock timing and synchronization performance

3-58

Table 3-49 Wayside service interface performance

3-58

Table 3-50 Mechanical behavior

3-59

Table 3-51 Signal processing flow in the receive direction of the IF1

3-62

Table 3-52 Signal processing flow in the transmit direction of the IF1

3-65

Table 3-53 Description of the indicators on the IF1

3-66

Table 3-54 Description of the Interfaces

3-67

Table 3-55 Slot allocation

3-69

Table 3-56 IF performance

3-69

Table 3-57 Baseband signal processing performance of the modem

3-70

Table 3-58 Mechanical behavior

3-70

Table 3-59 Signal processing flow in the receive direction of the IFU2

3-73

Table 3-60 Signal processing flow in the transmit direction of the IFU2

3-75

Table 3-61 Description of the indicators on the IFU2

3-76

Table 3-62 Description of the Interfaces

3-78

Table 3-63 Slot allocation

3-79

Table 3-64 IF performance

3-79

Table 3-65 Baseband signal processing performance of the modem

3-80

Table 3-66 Mechanical behavior

3-80

Table 3-67 Signal processing flow in the receive direction of the IFX2

3-84

Table 3-68 Signal processing flow in the transmit direction of the IFX2

3-86

Table 3-69 Description of the indicators on the IFX2

3-87

Table 3-70 Description of the interfaces

3-89

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Table 3-71 Slot allocation

3-90

Table 3-72 IF performance

3-90

Table 3-73 Baseband signal processing performance of the modem

3-91

Table 3-74 Mechanical behavior

3-91

Table 3-75 Signal processing flow in the receive direction

3-95

Table 3-76 Signal processing flow in the transmit direction

3-96

Table 3-77 Description of the indicators on the EM6T/EM6F

3-97

Table 3-78 Description of the interfaces on the EM6T/EM6F

3-99

Table 3-79 Pin assignment of the RJ-45 connector in MDI mode

3-99

Table 3-80 Pin assignment of the RJ-45 connector in MDI-X mode

3-100

Table 3-81 Description of the two indicators of the RJ-45 connector

3-101

Table 3-82 Slot configuration for the EM6T/EM6F

3-101

Table 3-83 Board feature code of the EM6F

3-102

Table 3-84 Performance of the GE optical interface

3-102

Table 3-85 GE electric interface performance

3-103

Table 3-86 FE electric interface performance

3-103

Table 3-87 Mechanical behavior

3-104

Table 3-88 Signal processing flow in the receive direction of the SL1D

3-107

Table 3-89 Signal processing flow in the transmit direction of the SL1D

3-108

Table 3-90 Description of the indicators on the SL1D

3-109

Table 3-91 Description of the interfaces

3-110

Table 3-92 Slot allocation for the SL1D

3-111

Table 3-93 Board feature code of the SL1D

3-112

Table 3-94 STM-1 optical interface performance

3-112

Table 3-95 Mechanical behavior

3-113

Table 3-96 Signal processing flow in the receive direction of the SP3S/SP3D

3-115

Table 3-97 Signal processing flow in the transmit direction of the SP3S/SP3D

3-116

Table 3-98 Description of the indicators on the SP3S/SP3D

3-118

Table 3-99 Description of the interface on the SP3S

3-118

Table 3-100 Description of the interfaces on the SP3D

3-118

Table 3-101 Pin assignment of the Anea 96 interface

3-119

Table 3-102 Slot configuration for the SP3S/SP3D

3-121

Table 3-103 Board feature code of the SP3S/SP3D

3-122

Table 3-104 E1 interface performance

3-122

Table 3-105 Mechanical behavior

3-123

Table 3-106 Description of the power status indicators

3-125

Table 3-107 Description of the interfaces on the PIU

3-126

Table 3-108 Technical specifications

3-127

Table 3-109 Adjustment of the fan rotating speed

3-129

Table 3-110 Description of the fan status indicators

3-130

Table 3-111 Technical specifications for the FAN

3-131

Table 4-1 Interface description of an E1 panel

4-2

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Table 4-2 Pin assignments of an E1 port (E1 panel)

4-3

Table 4-3 Interfaces on the PDU

4-5

Table 5-1 Specifications of the power cable

5-3

Table 5-2 Types of fiber jumpers

5-7

Table 5-3 Pin assignment of the 75-ohm E1 cable

5-10

Table 5-4 Pin assignment of the 120-ohm E1 cable

5-12

Table 5-5 Connection table of the E1 cable that connects a PO1/PH1 board to an E1 panel

5-14

Table 5-6 Connection table of the E1 transit cable terminated with the Anea 96 and DB44 connectors

5-15

Table 5-7 Pin assignment of the orderwire cable

5-17

Table 5-8 Pin assignment of the MDI interface

5-17

Table 5-9 Pin assignment of the MDI-X interface

5-18

Table 5-10 Pin assignment of the straight through cable

5-19

Table 5-11 Pin assignment of the crossover cable

5-19

Table A-1 Methods used by Ethernet interfaces to process data frames

A-275

Table A-2 Data frame processing

A-280

Table B-1 Loopback types supported by different service interface boards

B-1

Table C-1 Description of the indicators on the CSTA

C-1

Table C-2 Description of the indicators on the CSHA/CSHB

C-2

Table C-3 Description of the indicators on the CSHC

C-3

Table C-4 Description of the indicators on the IF1

C-5

Table C-5 Description of the indicators on the IFU2

C-6

Table C-6 Description of the indicators on the EM6T/EM6F

C-7

Table C-7 Description of the indicators on the SL1D

C-9

Table C-8 Description of the indicators on the SP3S/SP3D

C-9

Table C-9 Description of the indicators on the AUX

C-10

Table C-10 Description of the power status indicators

C-10

Table C-11 Description of the fan status indicators

C-11

Table C-12 Weight and power consumption of boards

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1 Introduction

1 Introduction

About This Chapter

The OptiX RTN 910 is one of the series products of the OptiX RTN 900 radio transmission system.

1.1 Network Application

The OptiX RTN 900 is a new generation split microwave transmission system developed by Huawei. It can provide a seamless microwave transmission solution for a mobile communication

network or private network.

1.2 Components

The OptiX RTN 910 adopts a split structure. The system consists of the IDU 910, the ODU, and the antenna system. An ODU is connected to an IDU through an IF cable.

1.3 Configuration Modes

The OptiX RTN 910 forms different configuration modes by flexibly configuring different control, switching, and timing boards, IF boards, and ODUs to meet the requirements of different microwave application scenarios.

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OptiX RTN 910 IDU Hardware Description

1.1 Network Application

The OptiX RTN 900 is a new generation split microwave transmission system developed by Huawei. It can provide a seamless microwave transmission solution for a mobile communication network or private network.

The OptiX RTN 900 products are available in two types: OptiX RTN 910 and OptiX RTN 950. The IDU of the OptiX RTN 910 is 1U high and supports one or two IF boards. The IDU of the OptiX RTN 950 is 2U high and supports one to six IF boards. The users can choose an appropriate type based on the actual requirements.

The OptiX RTN 910 provides several types of service interfaces and facilitates installation and flexible configuration. It can provide a solution that is integrated with the TDM microwave, Hybrid microwave, and Packet microwave based on the network requirements. It supports the smooth upgrade from the TDM microwave to the Hybrid microwave, and from the Hybrid microwave to the Packet microwave. The solution can evolve based on the service changes that occur due to radio mobile network evolution. Thus, this solution can meet the transmission requirements of not only 2G and 3G networks, but also future LTE and 4G networks.

Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2 show the TDM microwave transmission solution and the Hybrid microwave transmission solution respectively that are provided by the OptiX RTN 910 for the mobile communication network.

Figure 1-1 TDM microwave transmission solution provided by the OptiX RTN 910

E1 E1 E1 E1 E1 STM-1/E1 Regional Backhaul E1 Network E1 E1 E1 E1 OptiX
E1
E1
E1
E1
E1
STM-1/E1
Regional Backhaul
E1
Network
E1
E1
E1
E1
OptiX RTN 910
BTS
BSC

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Figure 1-2 Hybrid microwave transmission solution provided by the OptiX RTN 910 E1 FE E1
Figure 1-2 Hybrid microwave transmission solution provided by the OptiX RTN 910
E1
FE
E1
FE
E1
E1
STM-1/
E1
Regional backhaul
E1
network
FE/GE
GE
E1
FE
FE
E1
OptiX RTN 910
NodeB
BTS
RNC
BSC
NOTE

NOTE

l

In the solutions, the local backhaul network is optional. The OptiX RTN 910 can be connected to the RNC or the BSC directly.

l

When the OptiX RTN 910 supports the microwaves in three directions or more, you can adopt the NE cascading mode or use the OptiX RTN 950, which is more powerful.

1.2 Components

The OptiX RTN 910 adopts a split structure. The system consists of the IDU 910, the ODU, and the antenna system. An ODU is connected to an IDU through an IF cable.

IDU 910

The IDU 910 is the indoor unit of an OptiX RTN 910 system. It accesses services, performs multiplexing/demultiplexing and IF processing of the services, and provides system control and communication function.

Table 1-1 lists the basic features of the IDU 910.

Table 1-1 Introduction of the IDU 910

Item

Performance

Chassis height

1U

Pluggable

Supported

Number of microwave directions

1-2

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Item

Performance

RF configuration mode

1+0 non-protection configuration

2+0 non-protection configuration

1+1 protection configuration

N+1 protection configuration (N = 1)

XPIC configuration

Figure 1-3 IDU 910

(N = 1) XPIC configuration Figure 1-3 IDU 910 ODU The ODU is the outdoor unit

ODU

The ODU is the outdoor unit of the OptiX RTN 900. It performs frequency conversion and amplification of signals.

The OptiX RTN 900 series products can uses the RTN 600 ODU and RTN XMC ODU, covering 6 GHz to 38 GHz entire frequency band.

Table 1-2 RTN 600 ODUs supported by the OptiX RTN 910

Item

Description

Standard Power

High Power ODU

Low Capacity for PDH ODU

ODU

ODU type

SP, SPA

HP

LP

Frequency band

7/8/11/13/15/18/23/

7/8/11/13/15/18/23/

7/8/11/13/15/18/23

26/38 GHz (SP ODU)

26/32/38 GHz

GHz

6/7/8/11/13/15/18/2

3 GHz (SPA ODU)

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Item

Description

Standard Power

High Power ODU

Low Capacity for PDH ODU

ODU

Microwave

QPSK/16QAM/

QPSK/16QAM/

QPSK/16QAM

modulation mode

32QAM/64QAM/

32QAM/64QAM/

128QAM/256QAM

128QAM/256QAM

(SP)

QPSK/16QAM/

32QAM/64QAM/

128QAM (SPA)

Channel spacing

3.5/7/14/28 MHz

7/14/28/56 MHz

3.5/7/14/28 MHz

Table 1-3 RTN XMC ODUs supported by the OptiX RTN 910

Item

Description

High Power ODU

ODU type

XMC-2

Frequency band

15/23 GHz

Microwave modulation mode

QPSK/16QAM/32QAM/64QAM/128QAM/

256QAM

Channel spacing

7/14/28/56 MHz

Antenna

The OptiX RTN 910 provides an entire frequency band antenna solution, and supports the single- polarized antenna and dual-polarized antenna with a diameter of 0.3 m to 3.7 m and the corresponding feeder system.

There are two methods of mounting the ODU and the antenna: direct mounting and separate mounting.

l The direct mounting method is normally adopted when a small-diameter and single- polarized antenna is used. In this situation, if one ODU is configured for one antenna, the ODU is directly mounted at the back of the antenna. If two ODUs are configured for one antenna, an RF signal combiner/splitter (hereinafter referred to as a hybrid coupler) must be mounted to connect the ODUs to the antenna. Figure 1-4 shows the direct mounting method.

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Figure 1-4 Direct mounting

RTN 910 IDU Hardware Description Figure 1-4 Direct mounting l The separate mounting method is adopted

l The separate mounting method is adopted when a double-polarized antenna or big-diameter and single-polarized antenna is used. Figure 1-5 shows the separate method. In this situation, a hybrid coupler can be mounted. That is, two ODUs share one feed boom.

Figure 1-5 Separate mounting

two ODUs share one feed boom. Figure 1-5 Separate mounting 1.3 Configuration Modes The OptiX RTN

1.3 Configuration Modes

The OptiX RTN 910 forms different configuration modes by flexibly configuring different control, switching, and timing boards, IF boards, and ODUs to meet the requirements of different microwave application scenarios.

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Table 1-4 Configuration Type of the OptiX RTN 910

Configuration

Type of the Control, Switching, and Timing Board

   

Main

Modes

Type of the IF Board

Type of the ODU

Application

PDH

CSTA

IF1

Low capacity for PDH ODU

Providing a radio link whose capacity is not higher than

16xE1

microwave

equipment

 

SDH

CSTA

IF1

Standard power ODU or high power ODU

Providing an STM-1 radio link or a high- capacity PDH radio link

microwave

equipment

Hybrid

CSHA/CSHB/

IFU2

Standard power ODU or high power ODU

Providing a

microwave

CSHC

Hybrid radio

equipment

link

XPIC Hybrid

CSHA/CSHB/

IFX2

Standard power ODU or high power ODU

Providing a Hybrid radio link of the super capacity

microwave

CSHC

equipment

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2 Chassis

2 Chassis

About This Chapter

The IDU of OptiX RTN 910 is a 1U chassis. It supports various installation modes and therefore can be deployed flexibly.

2.1 Chassis Structure

The dimensions of the IDU 910 are 442 mm (width) x 220 mm (depth) x 44 mm (height). The IDU 910 has a two-layered structure and supports wind cooling.

2.2 Installation Mode

The IDU 910 chassis supports various installation modes and can be deployed flexibly.

2.3 IDU Labels

There are labels such as the product nameplate label, qualification card label, ESD protection label, grounding label, laser safety class label, high temperature warning label, and operation warning label on the IDU chassis and the boards in the IDU chassis. You need to be familiar with the meanings of the labels and perform operations based on the indications of the labels, thus preventing personal injury and damage to the equipment.

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2.1 Chassis Structure

The dimensions of the IDU 910 are 442 mm (width) x 220 mm (depth) x 44 mm (height). The IDU 910 has a two-layered structure and supports wind cooling.

Figure 2-1 shows the chassis structure of the IDU 910.

Figure 2-1 Chassis structure of the IDU 910

of the IDU 910. Figure 2-1 Chassis structure of the IDU 910 2.2 Installation Mode The

2.2 Installation Mode

The IDU 910 chassis supports various installation modes and can be deployed flexibly.

The IDU 910 can be installed:

l

In a 300 mm ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) cabinet

l

In a 600 mm ETSI cabinet

l

In a 450 mm 19-inch cabinet

l

In a 600 mm 19-inch cabinet

l

In an open rack

l

On a wall

l

On a table

2.3 IDU Labels

There are labels such as the product nameplate label, qualification card label, ESD protection label, grounding label, laser safety class label, high temperature warning label, and operation warning label on the IDU chassis and the boards in the IDU chassis. You need to be familiar with the meanings of the labels and perform operations based on the indications of the labels, thus preventing personal injury and damage to the equipment.

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2 Chassis

Label Description

Table 2-1 provides the description of the labels on the IDU chassis and the boards in the IDU chassis. The actual labels may be different depending on the configurations of the chassis and boards.

Table 2-1 Description of the IDU labels

Label

Label Name

Description

ESD protection Indicates that the equipment is sensitive to static electricity.

ESD protection

Indicates that the equipment is sensitive to static electricity.

label

Grounding label Indicates the grounding position of the IDU chassis.

Grounding label

Indicates the grounding position of the IDU chassis.

Fan warning warns you not to touch the fan leaves when the fan is rotating.

Fan warning

warns you not to touch the fan leaves when the fan is rotating.

label

High The board surface temperature may exceed 70°C when the ambient temperature is higher than

High

The board surface temperature may exceed 70°C when the ambient temperature is higher than 55°C. In this case, you need to wear protective gloves before handling the board.

temperature

 

warning label

合格证/QUALIFICATION CARD HUAWEI 华为技术有限公司 中国制作 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.,LTD. MADE IN CHINA
合格证/QUALIFICATION CARD
HUAWEI
华为技术有限公司
中国制作
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.,LTD.
MADE IN CHINA

Qualification

Indicates that the equipment is qualified.

card label

RoHS label Indicates that the equipment complies with the related requirements specified in the RoHS

RoHS label

Indicates that the equipment complies with the related requirements specified in the RoHS directive.

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Label

Label Name

Description

Product Indicates the product name and certification.

Product

Indicates the product name and certification.

nameplate label

PULL
PULL

Operation

The switch lever must be pulled outwards slightly before setting the switch to the "I" or "O" position.

guidance label

Label Position

Figure 2-2 shows the positions of the labels on the chassis of the IDU 910.

Figure 2-2 Positions of the IDU 910 labels

Class 1 Laser Product OptiX RTN 910 电源额定值 POWER RATING: -48--60V;5A 合格证/QUALIFICATION CARD This
Class 1 Laser Product
OptiX RTN 910
电源额定值
POWER RATING:
-48--60V;5A
合格证/QUALIFICATION CARD
This device complies with Part15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and(2) thisdevice must accept anyinterference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
N 14036
HUAWEI
华为技术有限公司
中国制作
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO.,LTD.
MADE IN CHINA
华为技术有限公司
中国制造
HUAWEI TECHNOLGIES CO .,LTD.
MADE IN CHINA
! WARNING
-48V OUTPUT
TURN OFF POWER BEFORE
DISCONNECTING IF CABLE

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3 Boards

3 Boards

About This Chapter

The IDU 910 supports the following types of boards: system control, switching, and timing board, IF board, Ethernet board, SDH board, PDH board, power supply board, and fan board.

3.1 Board Appearance

The dimensions of the board in the extended slot of the IDU 910 chassis are 19.82 mm (height) x 196.70 mm (depth) x 193.80 mm (width). The dimensions of the system control, cross-connect unit, and timing board in the IDU 910 are 19.82 mm (height) x 196.70 mm (depth) x 388.40 mm (width).

3.2 Board List

The boards are inserted in the IDU 910. The IDU 910 realizes different functions when housing different types of boards.

3.3 CSTA

The CSTA is an TDM system control, switching, and timing board.

3.4 CSHA/CSHB/CSHC

The CSHA/CSHB/CSHC is the integrated Hybrid system control and communication, switching, and clock board. The differences between the CSHA, CSHB, and CSHC are with regard to the types and number of service interfaces.

3.5 IF1

The IF1 is a medium-capacity SDH IF board and is available in two types, namely, IF1A and IF1B. In this document, the IF1 is used to stand for both the IF1A and IF1B. The only difference from the IF1B is that the IF1A is more reliable. The IF1 supports the DC-C power distribution modes.

3.6 IFU2

The IFU2 is a general IF board, which can support the Hybrid microwave transmission and Packet microwave transmission at the same time. The IFU2 board supports the DC-I power distribution mode.

3.7 IFX2

The IFX2 is a general IF board, which can support the XPIC function of the Hybrid microwave and Packet microwave. The IFX2 board supports the DC-I power distribution mode.

3.8 EM6T/EM6F

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The EM6T/EM6F is an FE/GE interface board, which provides four FE electrical interfaces and two GE interfaces. The EM6T has similar functions to the EM6F. The only difference is as follows: the GE interfaces on the EM6T always function as electrical interfaces whereas the GE interfaces on the EM6F use the SFP modules and therefore can function as two optical or electrical interfaces. The GE electrical interfaces on the EM6F and the EM6T are compatible with the FE electrical interfaces.

3.9 SL1D The SL1D is an SDH dual-port STM-1 board.

3.10 SP3S/SP3D

The SP3S is a 16xE1 75-ohm/120-ohm tributary board. The SP3D is a 32xE1 75-ohm/120-ohm

tributary board.

3.11 PIU

The PIU is the power supply board and can access two -48 V DC or -60 V DC power supplies.

3.12 FAN

The FAN is the fan board that dissipates the heat from the chassis through wind cooling.

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3.1 Board Appearance

The dimensions of the board in the extended slot of the IDU 910 chassis are 19.82 mm (height) x 196.70 mm (depth) x 193.80 mm (width). The dimensions of the system control, cross-connect unit, and timing board in the IDU 910 are 19.82 mm (height) x 196.70 mm (depth) x 388.40 mm (width).

19.82 mm (height) x 196.70 mm (depth) x 388.40 mm (width). NOTE The depth of the

NOTE

The depth of the board refers to the distance between the front panel and the end of the PCB.

Figure 3-1 shows the appearance of the boards in the IDU 910 chassis.

Figure 3-1 Board appearance (IFU2)

in the IDU 910 chassis. Figure 3-1 Board appearance (IFU2) The appearance of the IFU2 is

The appearance of the IFU2 is provided as an example. The front panel of the IFU2 has two ejector levers and two captive screws. The ejector levers are used when the IFU2 is inserted or removed. The captive screws are used to fasten the IFU2. The bar code of the IFU2 is attached to one of the two ejector levers. Figure 3-2 shows the bar code of the IFU2.

Figure 3-2 Bar code Bar code 0514721055000015-SL91SL1D01 ① ② ③ ④
Figure 3-2 Bar code
Bar code
0514721055000015-SL91SL1D01
② ③ ④

Internal code

Board version

Board name

Board feature code

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NOTE3 Boards OptiX RTN 910 IDU Hardware Description The indication of the board feature code is

The indication of the board feature code is related to the board type. The feature code of an optical interface board indicates the type of the optical interface on the board. The feature code of an E1 interface board indicates the impedance of the E1 interface on the board. For details about the board feature code, see the description of each board in this document.

3.2 Board List

The boards are inserted in the IDU 910. The IDU 910 realizes different functions when housing different types of boards.

Figure 3-3 IDU slot layout

Slot

Slot

Slot 3 (EXT)

Slot 4 (EXT)

5

6

   

(PIU)

(FAN)

Slot 1 (CSTA/CSHA/CSHB/CSHC)

NOTE  (PIU) (FAN) Slot 1 (CSTA/CSHA/CSHB/CSHC) The EXT represents an extended slot, which can be inserted

The EXT represents an extended slot, which can be inserted with various IF boards and interface boards.

Table 3-1 List of IDUs

Board

Full

   

Name

Spelling

Valid Slot

Description

CSTA

TDM

Slot 1

l

Provides full timeslot cross-connections for VC-12/VC-3/VC-4 services equivalent to 8x8 VC-4s.

control,

switching,

and timing

l

Performs system communication and control.

board

l

Provides the clock processing function and supports one external clock input/output function.

l

Provides sixteen 75-ohm or 120-ohm E1 interfaces.

l

Uses the SFP module to provide two STM-1 optical interfaces.

l

Provides one Ethernet NM interface, one NM serial interface, and one NE cascading interface.

l

Provides one orderwire interface, one asynchronous data interface, and three- input and one-output external alarm interfaces.

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Board

Full

   

Name

Spelling

Valid Slot

Description

CSHA

Hybrid

Slot 1

l

Provides full timeslot cross-connections for VC-12/VC-3/VC-4 services equivalent to 8x8 VC-4s.

control,

switching,

and timing

l

Provides the 4.2 Gbit/s packet switching capability.

board

l

Performs system communication and control.

l

Provides the clock processing function and supports one external clock input/output function.

l