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Figure 1 82.71328U Subrate Multiplexer Transponder Module - Universal
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Contents
1. General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
2. Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3. Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
4. Circuit Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
5. Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
6. Module Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
7. Performance Monitoring Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
8. Module Replacement and After-Sale Technical Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
9. Additional Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
10. Module Repair and Return . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
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1. General Information
1.01 This module practice describes the features and circuitry of the SMTM-U.
Refer to Figure 1, 82.71328U Subrate Multiplexer Transponder Module - Universal
(SMTM-U), page 1.
1.02 The 82.71328U Subrate Multiplexer Transponder Module - Universal
(SMTM-U) multiplexes up to 10 low speed signals (for low speed signals, refer to
Table 7, page 31) from port-side interfaces into an OC-192 signal, maps to an OTN
signal, and then converts into a DWDM optical channel on the line-side interface
for transport over the Tellabs 7100 OTS. A single channel of the DWDM interface
is able to carry multiple low speed signals for SONET/SDH, Ethernet, Storage Area
Network (SAN) and video. The line-side interface is fully tunable over the ITU
C-band to either 44 or 88 channels.
1.03 The SMTM-U also performs pass through to another SMTM-U for port-side
1+1 (APS), line-side or port-side UPSR, and line-side OCH-DPRING protection or
add/drop multiplexing (ADM) functionality. The SMTM-U provides protection
through pairing of modules using SONET, GBE, SDH or data facilities.
1.04 The 82.71328U SMTM-U is used on both the Tellabs 7100 OTS and the
Tellabs 7100N OTS. The RCMM-xx must be located in the same NE to which the
SMTM-U is connected.
Transparent SONET/SDH
1.05 The SMTM-U can carry most standard Section and Line overhead bytes
as well as certain unused Section and Line overhead bytes for port-side
OCn/STMn signals over the line-side interface. This application is called
Transparent SONET/SDH and may be required for applications where protection
is provided by customer equipment rather than by the SMTM-U.
1.06 Refer to descriptions in Circuit Description, page 21.
Ethernet over SONET/SDH Using the SMTM-U
1.07 The SMTM-U works with the SPFAB to route OCn and Ethernet traffic over
SONET/SDH. The SPFAB, which provides switching and grooming capabilities,
routes the traffic between two of the same type of the transponder modules on the
same shelf in which the SPFAB is located. Without the SPFAB module (using the
SPFAB interconnection mode), the traffic is routed between paired modules in
specific paired slots with cross-connections that are established between the
modules.
1.08 The SPFAB module provides this functionality for both SONET/SDH- and
packet-based traffic. The SMTM-U modules are supported in a SONET- and
SDH-based system.
1.09 Ethernet over SONET/SDH supports jumbo frames, which the SMTM-U
defines as frames that exceed the standard frame size of 1518 bytes. The SMTM-U
supports frame sizes from 64 to 9600 bytes. Performance monitoring (RMON)
includes statistics on jumbo frames.
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Routing DCC
1.10 For DCC, the DPM, the 82-issue SPM, or the SPM-N are required. DCC is
carried over SONET/SDH interfaces which are supported by the SMTM-U. The
routing of the DCC traffic is done on the DPM, 82-SPM, or SPM-N.
Synchronous Timing Sources
1.11 The SMTM-U modules support timing synchronization. Users can set the
synchronization references for the NE through the ENT-SYNC command. The fol-
lowing timing schemes are supported.
External timing:
- from the T1/E1 BITS clock interface on the passive horizontal
distribution panel (passive HDP) for Tellabs 7100 OTS and from
the Telemetry and Timing Module (TTM) on the Tellabs 7100N
OTS
- derived timing, which can use a facility on the Line or Port side as
well as OCn/STMn port side facilities as the reference. For more
about derived timing, refer to Derived Timing, page 5.
Line, where timing is derived from the line-side DWDM Receive (RX)
signal (OCH-P)
Internal, using built-in Stratum 3 clock on each SMTM-U module
Mate timing (for SMTM-U in interconnectivity mode [INTMODE] =
NONSPFAB only), where paired SMTM-Us are synchronized from the
mate SMTM-U. When two SMTM-U modules are paired for protection,
one of the SMTM-Us must be provisioned as Mate. Modules that are
designated for Mate must be in paired slots. Refer to Installation,
page 9.
If the timing source that the Master module is synced to fails and
there are timing sources still available for the Mate to sync to, the
Tellabs 7100 system switches the Master/Mate relationship so the
Mate module becomes the Master and then derives it's timing from
one of the available timing sources (not it's internal clock). This pre-
vents the module from going into Holdover when there are still
valid/provisioned timing references available.
1.12 The SPFAB provides timing to the SMTM-U when the INTMODE on the
SMTM-U is set to SPFAB (INTMODE=SPFAB).
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Derived Timing
1.13 Derived timing uses a pair of port and/or line signals to supply timing to the
NE. The derived timing can be used to supply external timing to the NE when a T1
or E1 BITS facility is not available. The derived timing sources can be any two
OCn/STMn port-side facilities or OCH-P facilities provisioned on two different tran-
sponder modules. Two facilities, a primary and a secondary synchronization refer-
ence, must be provisioned. These two facilities provide synchronization to all
transponder modules that are configured for external timing in an NE.
1.14 Synchronization Status Messaging (SSM) is also supported.
1.15 For more information on system timing refer to the following Tellabs
7100/7100N OTS documents:
Provisioning Using TL1
Provisioning Using Management Systems
Craft Station Users Guide
TL1 Command Reference Manual
Reason for Reissue 1.16 Tellabs reissues this module practice from Revision C to Revision D to
update Synchronous Timing Sources, page 4, Table 8, page 34 and Module
Characteristics, page 33.
1.17 Table 11, Channel Plan for Frequencies and Wavelengths was removed.
Caution:
When INTMODE=NONSPFAB, one module of a set of paired SMTM-U modules
must have its timing source set to use MATE (TL1 command:
ENT/ED/RTRV-EQPT, timing_mode parameter). This sets one module of the
pair to use the timing from the other SMTM-U in the pair. Paired SMTM-U
modules that do not have one module set to MATE timing source will cause a
loss of data.
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Front Panel LEDs
1.18 The 82.71328U SMTM-U front panel includes 15 LEDs to indicate module
status. Refer to Figure 2, page 7.
Small Form Pluggable (SFP)
Modules
1.19 To accommodate different SONET and SDH interfaces, the SMTM-U uses
Small Form Pluggable (SFP) modules, which are accessible on the module front
panel. When ordering SFPs for the SMTM-U, refer to the Tellabs 7100/7100N OTS
Software Release Document.
Note: The Tellabs 7100N OTS requires port covers on any unused SFP/XFP
ports.
1.20 For SFP optical power specs refer to Table 8, page 34.
1.21 Table 1, page 6 shows the available SFP connector types.
Note: For cabling for this module, refer to Tellabs 7100 System Engineering and
Tellabs 7100N System Engineering.
Table 1 SFP Connector Types
SFP Orientation
a
Connector Fiber Mode Description
SFP Ports 1 to 10
In/Out
single mode fiber Dual LC/UPC
multimode fiber Dual LC/PC
Line IN single mode fiber SC/APC
Line OUT single mode fiber SC/APC
a. The SFP latches from LEFT to RIGHT.
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Figure 2 71328X SMTM-U Front Panel LEDs
Note: If a new module has a fault at the time of insertion, the Fault LED
stops flashing and turns constantly on.
LED Status Description
OK to Pull
Active
red The module is out-of-service (OOS) and safe-to-pull.
green The module is active, provisioned and In-Service (IS).
off The module has no power or the LED is not
functional.
Power green Both 48V power supplies are present and both -48V
fuses are intact.
amber One of the two 48V power supplies is absent or one
of fuses is not functional.
off The module is inactive or the LED is not functional.
Fault red A module has faulted or is OOS.
off No fault exists.
red flashing The Fault LED flashed red until the reset phase is
complete.
Sync green All associated timing references are valid (external or
line).
amber Two references, such as a primary and secondary,
are provisioned and only 1 timing reference is not
valid.
red All associated timing references (external or line) are
not valid.
Port 10
to
Port 1
green The three conditions below that are monitored are not
in effect.
red A LOS, LOF or LOSYNC condition on the Port side
has been detected.
amber Port facility is manually out-of-service (OOS-MA).
amber
flashing
Loopback on this port is in progress.
off The port is not configured.
Line In green Valid signal detected in receive RX direction.
red Loss of signal on receive RX direction.
amber OCH-P facility is manually out-of-service (OOS-MA).
Line
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2. Compatibility
2.01 The SMTM-U is supported in the Tellabs 7100 Optical Transport System
(Tellabs 7100 OTS) beginning with FP4.2.
2.02 The 82.71328U SMTM-U is supported in the Tellabs 7100N Optical
Transport System (Tellabs 7100N OTS) beginning with FP4.2.
Note: Client Side OPSM is not supported on the SMTM-U modules.
Tellabs 7100/7100N OTS 2.03 Inter operability between an SSM and an SMTM-U within the same Tellabs
7100/7100N NE is not allowed. For supported Line Side Inter operability between
NEs, refer to Table 2, page 8.
Table 2 SSM to SMTM-U Traffic Between Tellabs 7100/7100N Systems
SSM SMTM-U
SONET/SDH Port SONET/SDH Port
Ethernet Port Ethernet Port
Ethernet Port (VCG into SONET/SDH) SONET/SDH Port
SONET/SDH Port Ethernet/SAN Port (VCG into SONET/SDH)
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3. Installation
3.01 The installation procedures in this section are for systems that are not yet
powered up:
SMTM-U Slots in the Tellabs 7100 OTS Main Shelf, page 10
SMTM-U Slots in the Tellabs 7100 OTS Port Shelf, page 11
SMTM-U Slots in the Tellabs 7100N OTS Port Shelf, page 12
SMTM-U Slots in the Tellabs 7100N OTS Direct Connect Shelves,
page 13
3.02 To replace a faulted or non-faulted module, refer to Tellabs 7100/7100N
Maintenance Using TL1 or Tellabs 7100/7100N Maintenance Using Management
Systems.
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SMTM-U Slots in the Tellabs 7100 OTS Main Shelf
3.03 In the Tellabs 7100 Main Shelf, the SMTM-Us reside in slot positions 5
through 12. Refer to Figure 3, page 10.
Figure 3 Tellabs 7100 OTS Main Shelf Slot Assignments
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SMTM-U Slots in the Tellabs 7100 OTS Port Shelf
3.04 In the Tellabs 7100 OTS Port Shelf, the SMTM-Us reside in slot positions
1 through 16. Refer to Figure 4, page 11.
Note: You must use at least one 82 version System Processor Module (SPM) or
one Data Processor Module (DPM) in Tellabs 7100 OTS port shelf slot
position 17 or 18, if the system contains either SMTM-P, TGIM-P,
OTNM-D, SSM-D, or SSM-X modules.
Figure 4 Tellabs 7100 OTS Port Shelf Slot Assignments
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module pairings (1-16, 2-15, 3-14, 4-13, 5-12, 6-11, 7-10, 8-9)
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SMTM-U Slots in the Tellabs 7100N OTS Port Shelf
3.05 In the Tellabs 7100N OTS Port Shelf, the SMTM-Us reside in slot positions
1 through 6. A maximum of 6 SMTM-U modules can be located in the port shelf.
Refer to Figure 5, page 12.
Figure 5 Tellabs 7100N OTS Port Shelf Slot Assignments
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SMTM-U Slots in the Tellabs 7100N OTS Direct Connect Shelves
3.06 In the Tellabs 7100N OTS Port Shelf, the SMTM-Us reside in slot positions
1 through 6. Refer to Figure 5, page 12.
3.07 In a Tellabs 7100N OTS Main Shelf, the SMTM-Us reside in slot positions
2, 3, 5, and 6. Refer to Figure 6, page 13.
Note: Beginning with FP6.0, all slots in the main shelf can be populated with
transponders when configured for the Direct Connect Feature.
3.08 For more information on the Direct Connect configurations using
transponders in a main shelf refer to Tellabs 7100/7100N OTS General
Description.
Figure 6 Main Shelf with Direct Connect SMTM-U
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Constraints When Provisioning the SMTM-U
3.09 The SMTM-U supports provisioning any of the supported services on any
of the client SFP ports; however, certain scenarios may result in a blocking
situation where a port may not be provisioned even though some STS-1/VC-4s are
still available on the line side.
3.10 If two or fewer OC-48/STM-16s are provisioned as add/drop ports, all 10
ports are available for data, OC-3 and OC-12 facilities and blocking scenarios do
not occur. This section discusses provisioning and reprovisioning more than two
OC-48/STM-16 facilities on a module, which may result in blocking scenarios, and
how to provision the SMTM-U module to avoid blocking.
3.11 Four OC-48/STM-16s are available in any external port combination.
3.12 This section contains the following topics:
Conditions for Provisioning Blocking, page 14
Preventing Blocking When Reprovisioning, page 15
Recommended Non-Telcordia Solution, page 15
Recommended Telcordia Solution, page 15
Conditions for Provisioning Blocking
3.13 Blocking can only occur on provisioned SONET/SDH circuits. Data ser-
vices are never blocked and can be provisioned on any port, provided there is
bandwidth remaining on the module.
3.14 Provisioning blocking occurs under the following conditions:
Three OC-48/STM-16 ports and four OC-3/-12/STM-1/-4 ports are
provisioned; even if bandwidth is available, adding another
OC-3/-12/STM-1/-4 is not possible
Two OC-48/STM-16 ports and five or more OC-3/-12/STM-1/-4 ports
are provisioned; even if bandwidth is available, adding another
OC-48/STM-16 is not possible
3.15 The system denies the provisioning request if one of the blocking
scenarios occurs. The module still supports all 192 STS-1s / 64 VC-4s if the
remaining STS-1/VC-4s are passed through across the line-side interfaces of
paired modules.
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Preventing Blocking When Reprovisioning
3.16 For initial provisioning, the system minimizes the impact of a port being
blocked. As ports are re-provisioned, the likelihood for blocking exists. Reprovi-
sioning blocking can be decreased by doing the following:
Provision the OC-48/STM-16 facilities from ports 10 and down, and
provision the other facility types from port 1 and up.
During provisioning, the SMTM-U reserves the OC-48/STM-16
resources until last. If you are reprovisioning a module with
OC-48/STM-16 signals, Tellabs recommends reserving the last port
for the OC-48/STM-16 signals.
Recommended Non-Telcordia Solution
3.17 Tellabs recommends observing the following rules in non-Telcordia envi-
ronments to avoid blocking scenarios on the SMTM-U:
If there are three OC-48/STM-16 facilities provisioned for add/drop,
use only four more OC-3/-12/STM-1/4s ports for add/drop traffic.
If there are two OC-48/STM-16 facilities provisioned for add/drop, use
up to eight more OC-3/-12/STM-1/4s ports for add/drop traffic.
To minimize blocking scenarios, assign OC-48/STM-16s on the upper
ports 10 through 7 and OC-3/-12/STM-1/4s on the lower ports
1 through 6.
Recommended Telcordia Solution
3.18 Tellabs recommends that the following rules be observed to avoid blocking
scenarios on the SMTM-U:
When only one or two OC-48/STM-16s are planned, provision the
OC-48/STM-16s on ports 9 and 10.
When more than two OC-48/STM-16s are planned, do not provision
OC-3/STM-1s or OC-12/STM-4s on the module, but provision the
OC-48/STM-16s on ports 7, 8, 9, and 10.
Restrict client-side facilities to 192 or fewer STS-1s or 64 or fewer
VC-4 equivalents.
3.19 For the SMTM-U modules that were previously provisioned per the Unit
Identification Plan Table in the Tellabs 7100 FP3.1/3.2/3.3 Issue 2 TIRKS OSIA
and the Tellabs 7100 FP4.0 Issue 3 TIRKS OSIA, Tellabs recommends that a
module already provisioned with OC-48/STM-16s follow the previous recommen-
dation. However, all new module deployments as well as currently deployed
modules that do not have OC-48/STM-16s already provisioned should follow the
new recommendations going forward.
3.20 The facilities supported for each SMTM-U port are as follows:
Port 1 through 6 = OC-12/-3/STM-4/-1/GbE/OPTD
Port 7 through 10 = OC-48/-12/-3/STM-16/-4/-1/GbE/OPTD
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Fiber Optic Safety
3.21 Laser products are the subject of federal, state, and local regulations. This
product complies with Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Title 21, Part 1040.10
and 1040.11, Performance Standards for Light-Emitting Products as defined by the
Department of Health and Human Services, which operates under the Food and
Drug Administration (FDA); and International Electrotechnical Committee (IEC)
60825-1-2 as a hazard level 1M laser product. The hazard level 1M is assigned to
any accessible location within the Tellabs 7100/7100N OTS. The Tellabs
7100/7100N OTS is only to be used in restricted access locations by qualified per-
sonnel.
3.22 The power level of the visible and invisible laser radiation emitted from an
unconnected optical facility receive cable is not under Tellabs control and may be
dangerous. Therefore, to ensure safety, assume that it is dangerous to your eye-
sight.
Laser Radiation Exposure
3.23 Although the laser transmitter power output levels from the
Tellabs 7100/7100N OTS are below those known to cause injury to the eye from,
for example, accidental exposure to the end of an optical cable, direct exposure at
close distances should be avoided. During normal operation, the laser transmitters
emit invisible laser radiation or collateral radiation.
DANGER:
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Warning:
Do not tamper with or open sealed module components.
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3.24 Strictly observe the following precautions when working with the
Tellabs 7100/7100N OTS:
Avoid direct exposure to fiber ends or any other portion of the system
where the eye can be exposed to laser light.
Protect unterminated optical fiber connectors with dust caps at all
times.
Handle optical fibers with care during installation. Position them in a
safe and secure location.
3.25 The use of optical instruments with this product increases eye hazard.
Never view any unterminated optical fiber cable or connector with optical instru-
ments, as viewing optics tend to concentrate the radiation energy and thus may
increase the potential risk of injury.
Optical Fiber Handling
3.26 Optical fibers can break into small glass fragments during handling. These
small bits of glass are almost invisible and can cause physical injury.
3.27 To perform procedures other than those specified in the
Tellabs 7100/7100N OTS documents can result in hazardous radiation exposure.
DANGER:
Invisible laser radiation do not stare into the beam or view it directly with
optical instruments. Looking into the end of an optical cable or connector can
cause permanent eye damage.
DANGER:
Viewing the laser output with certain optical instruments (for example, eye
loupes, magnifiers, and microscopes) within a distance of 100 mm may pose an
eye hazard.
DANGER:
Fiber glass fragments can enter the skin and be very difficult to detect and
remove. Do not handle exposed optical fiber with bare hands or touch it to your
body. If there is any suspicion of glass fiber chips in your eye, seek medical
attention at once.
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3.28 Follow these precautions to prevent physical injury when handling optical
fiber:
Avoid looking directly at the fiber connectors.
If it is required to look at the connectors, perform the following actions
to prevent any hazard:
- Remove the optical modules or ensure the optical modules are not
powered at both the shelf near end and shelf at the fiber path far
end.
- Wear laser safety glasses that block all possible wavelength
ranges emitting from the equipment.
Wear laser safety glasses when installing optical fibers.
Wash your hands after handling optical fibers.
Handle optical fibers with extreme care during installation and position
the optical fibers in a safe and secure location.
Protect unterminated optical fiber connectors with dust caps at all
times.
Perform the necessary steps to disable the laser source, unplug
optical modules, and disconnect optical paths when using protected
magnifying lenses or protected microscopes.
Removal and Insertion

Warning:
Always wear a static protection wriststrap while performing any procedures that
require you to come in contact with the system. This includes touching modules,
cabling, or the system in any way. Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) can damage
system components resulting in a traffic-affecting condition. Ensure that
modules are stored in static preventive material.
Warning:
If the module connector pins are bent or broken, the module may not function as
intended. The system operation will be affected. If, during installation, you
encounter resistance before the front panel meets the shelf, do not force the
module into place. Check the slot module guides, connectors, and clips to locate
and remove any potential obstruction before proceeding.
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3.29 Visually inspect the SMTM-U upon arrival for possible damage incurred
during shipment. If there is any damage, file a claim with the carrier immediately. If
the module has been stored, visually inspect it again before installation.
Removal
3.30 To remove a module from a non-powered system, such as from a new
system prior to power-up, proceed as follows. Refer to Figure 7, page 19.
__ 1. Perform the following two operations at the same time.
- With the thumb and index finger of one hand, squeeze the lever
and locking hook of the top ejector together, until the module
unlocks at the top.
- With the thumb and index finger of the other hand, squeeze the
lever and locking hook of the bottom ejector together, until the
module unlocks at the bottom.
__ 2. Grasp the ends of both levers and slowly pull the module out of the
slot.
Figure 7 Module Removal Method
Warning:
Failure to maintain proper module alignment during removal and insertion can
cause circuit board component damage. Ensure that the module and circuit
board components do not contact adjacent modules during installation or
removal.
Warning:
Applying excessive stress to fiber cables during module removal or insertion can
damage them. To prevent stress, provide sufficient (but not excessive) slack
when making final cable adjustments.
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Insertion
3.31 To insert a module into a non-powered system, such as into a new system
prior to power-up, proceed as follows. Refer to Figure 8, page 20.
__ 1. Place the module into the module guides of its assigned slot position.
__ 2. Slowly slide the module back into the shelf. When the top ejector clip
and bottom ejector clip catch on the front lip of the shelf, perform the
following two operations at the same time:
- Push down on the top ejector clip lever with sufficient force to lock
the module into position.
- Push up on the bottom ejector clip lever with sufficient force to lock
the module into position.
Figure 8 Module Insertion Method
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4. Circuit Description
4.01 The circuit description is meant to help you better understand the design
and applications of the SMTM-U. Refer to Section 10, Module Repair and Return,
page 40 for identifying and returning defective modules to Tellabs.
4.02 This section discusses the Functional Description of the SMTM-U
Modules, page 21.
Functional Description of the SMTM-U Modules
4.03 The SMTM-U modules multiplex the low speed signals into a high speed
channel with a port-side capacity of 192 STS-1s. The line-side capacity of the
SMTM-U is 192 STS-1s.
4.04 The SMTM-U modules provide signal protection. The SMTM-U modules
also perform signal pass-through, providing the same functionality as a SONET
ADM (add/drop multiplexer). The SMTM-U modules are fully tunable over 44- or 88
channels.
SMTM-U Modules Support Multiple Rates
4.05 The SMTM-U is capable of multiplexing a heterogeneous set of signals
into a high speed rate of 10 Gb/s (SMTM-U).
4.06 For a list of the supported rates and signal types, refer to Table 7, page 31.
Transparent Overhead (TOH)
4.07 Bidirectional transparent cross-connections are supported for the following
rates when the facilities are provisioned for transparent STSnT/STMnT transport:
OC-3, OC-12, OC-48
STM-1, STM-4, STM-16
Note: The SSM TOH is backwards compatible with the SMTM-U TOH. The
SMTM-U does not pass the enhanced transparency bytes from the SSM.
4.08 The SMTM-Us carry transparent overhead (TOH) in transparent
connections on the following bytes:
J0, B2, D1-D12, E1, E2, F1, K1, K2, Z1, Z2
Caution:
Do not attempt to troubleshoot this module at the component level; this may void
the Tellabs warranty.
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4.09 Transparent SONET cross-connects use STS-3T, STS-12T, and
STS-48T.
4.10 Transparent SDH cross-connects use STM-1T, STM-4T, STM-16T.
4.11 The SMTM-U modules provide STS/VC visibility and allows STS/VC
cross-connection in Add/Drop, bridged or Drop/Continue applications. Port-side
OCn/STMn facilities can also be multiplexed transparently, such as by keeping
Section/Line overhead, as described in Transparent SONET/SDH, page 3.
Note: When set to Transparent mode, the OCn or STMn facilities on SMTM-Us
cannot be involved in port-side 1+1 APS protection or line-side UPSR
protection. However, the OCn/STMn facilities, when set to Transparent
mode, may be involved in DPRing line-side protection.
4.12 The overhead bytes that can be carried transparently are shown in
Table 3, page 22, Table 4, page 23, and Table 5, page 24.
Note: With SDH overhead, H1, H2, and H3 bytes are Administrative Unit
Pointers and Z1 and Z2 bytes are not defined.
Table 3 OC-3 Section and Line Overhead (SDH is Similar)
OC-3 Section and Line Overhead
A1 A1 A1 A2 A2 A2 J0* Z0/C1 Z0/C1
B1 X X E1 X X F1 X X
D1 X X D2 X X D3 X X
H1 H1 H1 H2 H2 H2 H3 H3 H3
B2** B2** B2** K1 X X K2 X X
D4 X X D5 X X D6 X X
D7 X X D8 X X D9 X X
D10 X X D11 X X D12 X X
S1 Z1 Z1 Z2 Z2 M1 E2 X X
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Key
X = Undefined Bytes
= Bytes Regenerated or Modified
= Bytes Passed Transparently
= Bytes Not Passed Through
J0* = The byte can optionally be modified.
B2** = Bytes are recalculated but modified to pass through existing error count.
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Table 4 OC-12 Section and Line Overhead (SDH is Similar)
OC-12 Section and Line Overhead
A1 A1 A1 A1 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 J0* Z0/C1 Z0/C1 Z0/C1
B1 X X X E1 X X X X F1 X X X
D1 X X . . . X D2 X X X . . . X D3X X X . . . X
H1 H1 H1 H1 H2 H2 H2 H2 H2 H3 H3 H3 H3
B2** B2** B2** B2** K1 X X X X K2 X X X
D4 X X X D5 X X X X D6 X X X
D7 X X . . . X D8 X X X . . . X D9 X X . . . X
D10 X X X D11 X X X X D12 X X X
S1 Z1 Z1 Z1 Z2 Z2 M1 Z2 Z2 E2 X X X
1 2 3 . . . 12 13 14 15 16 . . . 24 25 26 27 . . . 36
Key
X = Undefined Bytes
= Bytes Regenerated or Modified
= Bytes Passed Transparently
= Bytes Not Passed Through
J0* = The byte can optionally be modified.
B2** = Bytes are recalculated but modified to pass through existing error count.
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Line Interfaces
4.13 The high speed DWDM line interface of the SMTM-U is connected to an
RCMM-xD/RCMM-8D88/CCM-xR module in the main shelf. On the port side, the
SMTM-U connects the signals to customer equipment, or back-to-back to another
port-side interface of another transponder module.
4.14 On the port side of a SMTM-U module, the provisioned facilities may not
exceed the capacity equivalent to 192 STS1/VC-4s.
4.15 In an SBOADM configuration, the paired SMTM-U are located in the same
NE, and connected to two separate RCMM-xD/RCMM-8D88/CCM-xRs, which are
also in the same NE.
4.16 The SMTM-U performs signal protection with another SMTM-U in a
number of methods:
4.17 Protection on the Line side with OCH-DPRing on OCH-P or line-side
UPSR (SNCP-Ring protection). When OCH-DPRING is selected, protection is
done for the whole 10Gb/s line-side signal. When UPSR (SNCP-Ring protection)
is selected, protection is done on a per-STS/VC basis, allowing for a mix of unpro-
tected and protected traffic to be carried.
Table 5 OC-48 Section and Line Overhead (SDH is Similar)
OC-48 Section and Line Overhead
A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 J0* Z0/
C1
Z0/
C1
Z0/
C1
Z0/
C1
Z0/
C1
B1 X X X X X E1 X X X X X F1 X X X X X
D1 X X .

.
X X .

.
X D2 X X .

.
X X .

.
X D3 X X .

.
X .

.
X
H1 H1 H1 H1 H1 H2 H2 H2 H2 H2 H2 H2 H3 H3 H3 H3 H3 H3
B2** B2** B2** B2** B2** X K1 X X X X X K2 X X X X X
D4 X X X X X D5 X X X X X D6 X X X X X
D7 X X .

.
X X .

.
X D8 X X .

.
X X .

.
X D9 X X .

.
X X .

.
X
D10 X X X X X D11 X X X X X D12 X X X X X
S1 Z1 Z1 Z1 Z1 M1 Z2 Z2 M1 Z2 Z2 Z2 E2 X X X X X
1 2 3 . 36 37 . 48 49 50 51 . 84 85 . 96 97 98 99 . 132 133 . 144
Key
X = Undefined Bytes
= Bytes Regenerated or Modified
= Bytes Passed Transparently
= Bytes Not Passed Through
J0* = The byte can optionally be modified.
B2** = Bytes are recalculated but modified to pass through existing error count.
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Note: On an SMTM-U modules, GbE and other data signals are carried over
STS1CNV/STS3CNV facilities using GFP mapping. When UPSR is
provisioned, the data signal is switched as a group for a line-side UPSR
switch. The STS1CNV/STS3CNV entity is not supported on SDH facilities.
4.18 Protection on the Port side with port-side 1+1 APS (MSP 1+1) on any type
of port-side facility is also supported.
4.19 The SMTM-U allows also for 2WAY, 1WAY, 1WAY Bridge or 1WAY
Drop-and-Continue connections on a per-STS/VC basis. In a Drop-and-Continue
application using paired SMTM-U modules, any STS/VC can be cross-connected
for dropping to one of the 10 port-side channels and also continue on the mate
SMTM-U.
Support of Control Plane Operations
4.20 The SMTM-U supports the Control Plane operations in the OTS at the
SONET network layer. The Control Plane is a logical entity that is responsible for
call control and connection control operations. Signaling, routing, and link resource
management capabilities enable the Control Plane operations to disseminate infor-
mation containing transport plane resource capacity, capability, and topology for
route calculations. Signaling serves to coordinate connections set up and release,
and may restore a connection in the event of a failure.
4.21 The Control Plane operations provide rapid circuit provisioning using
SONET Control Plane across multiple Control Plane domains.
4.22 Control Plane over SONET supports the following service categories:
transparent OCn; and protected and unprotected STS/VCs (no GbE).
4.23 The requirements for implementing the Control Plane functionality are
listed below:
only on the SMTM-U in the Tellabs 7100 OTS
the SPFAB modules in the same shelf as the SMTM-U
the SMTM-U in SPFAB Mode
protected circuits must be in paired slots in the same shelf (refer to
SMTM-U Slots in the Tellabs 7100 OTS Port Shelf, page 11)
4.24 PPP interfaces may be used by the Control Plane operations, but are not
required. If using PPP interfaces, DPM and 82-issue SPM modules are then
required to support PPP.
Note: Refer to Support of IP Over DCC, page 26.
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Support of IP Over DCC
4.25 IP over DCC supports the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), which can be
used by the Control Plane functions to send signaling and routing information. The
requirements for implementing this feature are listed below:
one or two DPM or 82-issue SPM modules on the same shelf as the
SMTM-U to support PPP
PPP is supported on SONET facilities only in the port shelves
Note: Refer to Support of Control Plane Operations, page 25.
Direct Connect Feature
4.26 The Direct Connect feature eliminates the previously required connection
between the RCMM-xD, RCMM-8D88, CMM-44, or CCM-xR multiplexer modules
and transponder modules. The Direct Connect feature provides a direct path
between the line-side optical channel on a Tellabs 7100/7100N transponder and a
DWDM multiplexer that is external to the Tellabs 7100/7100N OTS. The channel
mimics a foreign wavelength, allowing a single, wavelength connection to external
equipment without provisioning the path through a multiplexer. The line-side G.709
signal on the transponder is tuned to one of the 44 channels supported on the
Tellabs 7100/7100N OTS. The Direct Connect feature can also be provisioned on
the line-side optical channel of two transponders in different Tellabs 7100/7100N
OTSs, creating a SONET/SDH ring.
4.27 Users configure the Direct Connect feature per module. Modules using the
Direct Connect feature may be mixed on the same shelf with other modules that do
not use the Direct Connect feature.
Note: Beginning with FP6.0, all slots in the main shelf can be populated with
transponders when configured for the Direct Connect Feature.
4.28 When all the Tellabs 7100N transponder modules are configured for the
Direct Connect feature the SBOADM Main Shelf configuration does not require
Colorless Core Modules (CCMs). When CCMs are not used, slots 1 through 6 must
be populated with Blank Filler Modules (BFMs) or Direct Connect transponders.
4.29 For more information on Direct Connect configurations refer to Tellabs
7100/7100N OTS General Description.
4.30 To configure the Direct Connect feature for one or more SMTM-U mod-
ules, refer to the Tellabs 7100/7100N Craft Station Users Guide, Tellabs
7100/7100N Provisioning Using TL1 and Tellabs 7100/7100N Provisioning Using
Management Systems.
Supported Port-Side Facility Types
4.31 For rules to determine the facilities for the SMTM-U modules, refer to Con-
straints When Provisioning the SMTM-U, page 14.
4.32 Table 7, page 31 shows the supported port facility types.
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Signal Protection
4.33 The SMTM-U modules provide module-level signal protection by means of
paired modules. Pair the SMTM-U modules in the Tellabs 7100 OTS main shelf for
protection using the following scheme:
Slots 5 and 12 Slots 6 and 11 Slots 7 and 10 Slots 8 and 9
4.34 Pair the SMTM-U modules in the Tellabs 7100 OTS port shelf for protec-
tion using the following scheme:
Slots 1 and 16 Slots 2 and 15 Slots 3 and 14 Slots 4 and 13
Slots 5 and 12 Slots 6 and 11 Slots 7 and 10 Slots 8 and 9
4.35 Pair the SMTU modules in the Tellabs 7100N OTS port shelf as follows:
slot 1 and 4 slot 2 and 5 slot 3 and 6
Protection Switching
4.36 The SMTM-U supports 1+1 APS (MSP 1+1) for port-side facilities by
providing redundant port facilities to two SMTM-Us that are provisioned for paired
operation. Selection of the best copy to be sent to the DWDM line side of the
SMTM-U is based on the defects that are detected at the line layer.
4.37 The SMTM-U supports the following protection switching capabilities.
Refer to Table 6, page 27:
Note: Although the Tellabs 7100/7100N OTS has 1+1 protection port
assignment flexibility, some OSSs require the same port number to be
utilized on the paired SMTM-Us.
4.38 UPSR (SNCP-Ring protection) is also used as a protection mechanism for
the OCn SONET/STMn SDH Access Ring, because UPSR (SNCP-Ring) provides
protection at the Path layer and allows for drop-and-continue at the STS/VC level
in an OCn/STMn access ring.
4.39 For a line-side UPSR switch, the STS1s contained in an
STS1CNV/STS3CNV (TL1 parameter) entity will be switched as a group.
Table 6 Line- and Port-Side Protection Switching
Line-Side Protection Port-Side Protection
Line-side OCH-DPRing Port-side 1+1 APS (MSP 1+1) for
SONET and SDH port-side facilities
Line-side UPSR (SNCP-Ring) Port-side UPSR (SNCP-Ring) of
OCn/STMn facilities, used in
conjunction with UPSR (SNCP-Ring)
line-side
GbE and SAN port-side 1+1 protection
based on LOS and LOSYNC
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4.40 UPSR port-side protection (SNCP-Ring protection) is used in conjunction
with UPSR line-side protection. Providing UPSR protection on OCn/STMn
port-side facilities on a pair of SMTM-U is similar to an ADM (add-drop multiplexer)
as part of the OCn/STMn access ring.
Note: When set to Transparent mode, the OCn or STMn facilities on an SMTM-U
cannot be involved in port-side 1+1 APS (MSP 1+1) protection or line-side
UPSR (SNCP-Ring) protection. However, the OCn/STMn facilities, when
set to Transparent mode, may be involved in DPRing line-side protection.
Performance Monitoring
4.41 For PM data collection on the SMTM-U, refer to Performance Monitoring
Parameters, page 38.
Circuit Description of the SMTM-U
4.42 This section describes the circuitry blocks of the SMTM-U modules. For
the block diagram, refer to Figure 9, 82.71328U SMTM-U Block Diagram, page 30.
DWDM Line Block
4.43 The DWDM Line Block provides a 10 Gbps duplex interface between the
port/Switching section and the line-side DWDM optics. This block supports routing
of traffic around the DWDM ring. It also supports the Generic Frame Procedure
(GFP) and G.709 standards for FEC (Forward Error Correction) and E-FEC
(Enhanced Forward Error Correction).
Port / Switching Circuitry
4.44 The Port Switching Block handles the data being routed to other modules
via the SPFAB Switching module for multi-module switching.
DWDM Optical Block
4.45 The DWDM Block supports the use of Dense Wavelength Division
Multiplexing (DWDM) formatting over the 10G ring. The Receive line-side converts
the optical signal to electrical data signal for processing. The Transmit line-side
converts the electrical data signals to the DWDM optical signal to be forwarded
around the ring. In addition, this section monitors the input and output power levels
and has the ability to generate a LOS indication for receive side failures.
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Power Supply Block
4.46 The Power Supply Block is used to convert the 48 V power feed to the
different voltages needed on the SMTM-U. This block also provides circuitry
capable of live insertion or removal of the module and voltage monitoring on every
supply feed that is generated by the power converters. It is protected against power
reversal.
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5. Block Diagram
Figure 9 82.71328U SMTM-U Block Diagram
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P
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DWDM optical
circuitry
Port 8 transceiver
Port 7 transceiver
Port 6 transceiver
Port 5 transceiver
Port 4 transceiver
Port 3 transceiver
Port 2 transceiver
Port 1 transceiver
DWDM line
LEDs
port/switching
circuitry
clock
Port 10 transceiver
Port 9 transceiver
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6. Module Specifications
6.01 For system environmental specifications, refer to Tellabs 7100/7100N
System Specifications.
Supported Facility Types
Port-Side Facility Types For a list of supported port facility types, refer to Table 7, page 31.
Table 7 Port Facility Types Supported by SMTM-U
Facility
Interfaces Data Rate
100Base_Eth/100BaseFX 125 Mbps
FC/8 132.812 Mbps
OC3 / STM1 155.520 Mbps
ESCON/
SBCON
200 Mbps
FC/4 265.625 Mbps
DVB-ASI 270 Mbps
FC/2 531.25 Mbps
OC12 / STM4 622.080 Mbps
1G FC/
1G FICON/
1G ISC
1.0625 Gbps
GbE (1G optical) 1.25 Gbps
2G FC/
2G FICON/
2G ISC
2.125 Gbps
OC48 / STM16 2.48832 Gbps
4G FC 4.25 Gbps
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Physical
LEDs OK to Pull Active - Red indicates that the module is out-of-service (OOS)
and safe-to-pull. Green indicates that the module is active, provisioned
and In-Service (IS). Off indicates that the module has no power or the LED
is not functional.
Power - Green indicates that the 48V power supply is present and its
48V fuse is intact. Amber indicates the 48V power supply is absent or
the fuse is not functional. Off indicates that the module is inactive or the
LED is not functional.
Fault - Red indicates that a module has faulted or is OOS. Off indicates
that no fault exists. Red flashing indicates that the module is going through
the initialization process (init) or there is no load to boot. Red flashing
indicates that the module is going through the initialization process (init) or
there is no load to boot.
Sync - Green indicates that all associated timing references are valid
(external or line). Amber indicates that two references, such as a primary
and secondary, are provisioned and only 1 timing reference is not valid.
Red indicates that all associated timing references (external or line) are not
valid.
Port-10 to Port-1 - Green indicates that the three alarm conditions (red,
amber, flashing amber) that are monitored are not in effect. Red indicates
A LOS, LOF or LOSYNC condition on the port-side or both line-side optical
interfaces has been detected. Amber indicates that an optical channel
(OCH-P) facility is manually out-of-service (OOS-MA). Flashing Amber
indicates that a loopback is in progress. Off indicated that the protection
switch is not configured.
Line - Green indicates that indicates that valid signal is detected in the
receive RX direction. Red indicates that a LOS on the port-side or both
line-side optical interfaces has been detected. Amber indicates that an
optical channel (OCH-P) facility is manually out-of-service (OOS-MA).
Weight 4.5 pounds (2.04 kg)
Dimensions Height: 14.44 in. (366.78 mm)
Width: 0.95 in. (24.13 mm)
Depth: 9.76 in. (247.90 mm)
Power Requirements
Typical Expected Wattage 125 W
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Module Characteristics
Mounting For a Tellabs 7100 44-channel OTS on the main shelf for SBOADM
configurations: Slots 5 through 12.
For a Tellabs 7100 44- or 88-channel OTS on the port shelf for SBOADM
configurations: Slots 1 through 16.
For a Tellabs 7100N OTS on the port shelf for SBOADM configurations:
Slots 1 through 6.
For a Tellabs 7100N OTS on the main shelf for SBOADM configurations:
Slots 2, 3, 5, and 6.
Note: Beginning with FP6.0, all slots in the main shelf can be populated with
transponders when configured for the Direct Connect Feature.
Cabling For the correct connector type on the optical cabling:
SFP Ports 1 to 10 In/Out:
- Single mode fiber: Dual LC/UPC connector type.
- Multimode fiber: LC/PC connector type.
Line In and Line Out: SC/APC connector type.
Note: For ordering cables to connect this module to a patch panel, refer to
Tellabs 7100 System Engineering and Tellabs 7100N System
Engineering.
Port-Side Power Measure-
ment Range
1.5dB
Transparent Overhead
(TOH)
The SMTM-U modules carry transparent overhead (TOH) on the following
bytes:
J0, B2, D1-D12, E1, E2, F1, K1, K2, Z1, Z2
For a detailed charts of the specific overhead bytes, refer to Table 3,
page 22, Table 4, page 23, and Table 5, page 24.
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Small Form Pluggable (SFP) Characteristics
Refer to Table 8, page 34 for the optical power specifications for the SFP
modules:
Table 8 Optical Power Specifications of SFP Modules
Type
Tellabs Part
Number Description Tx-Min Tx-Max Rx-Min Rx-Max
OC-3/
STM1
81.SOC03IR1131S IR-1, 1310 nm, SM -15 -8 -28 -8
81.SOC03LR1131S LR-1, 1310 nm, SM -5 0 -34 -10
OC-12/
STM4
81.SOC12IR1131S IR-1, 1310 nm, SM -15 -8 -28 -8
81.SOC12LR1131S LR-1, 1310 nm, SM -3 2 -28 -8
OC-48/
STM16
Multirate
a
81.SOC48SR1131S SR, 1310 nm, SM -9.5 -3 -19 -3
81.SOC48IR1131S IR-1, 1310 nm, SM -5 0 -19 0
81.SOC48LR1131S LR-1, 1310 nm, SM -2 3 -27 -9
81.SOC48LR2151S LR-2, 1550 nm, SM -2 3 -28 -9
81.SOC48IR2AA1S IR-2, 1470 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -18 0
81.SOC48IR2AB1S IR-2, 1490 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -18 0
81.SOC48IR2AC1S IR-2, 1510 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -18 0
81.SOC48IR2AD1S IR-2, 1530 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -18 0
81.SOC48IR2AE1S IR-2, 1550 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -18 0
81.SOC48IR2AF1S IR-2, 1570 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -18 0
81.SOC48IR2AG1S IR-2, 1590 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -18 0
81.SOC48IR2AH1S IR-2, 1610 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -18 0
GBE/FC/
FICON
81.S1GBESX1851M SR/SX, 850 nm, MM -9.5 -4 -15 0
81.S1GBELX1131S LX, 1310 nm, SM -9.5 -3 -21 0
81.S1GBEZX1151S ZX, 1550 nm, SM 0 5 -21 0
GBE
(IR-2)
81.S1GBEIR2AA1S IR-2, 1470 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -22 0
81.S1GBEIR2AB1S IR-2, 1490 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -22 0
81.S1GBEIR2AC1S IR-2, 1510 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -22 0
81.S1GBEIR2AD1S IR-2, 1530 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -22 0
81.S1GBEIR2AE1S IR-2, 1550 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -22 0
81.S1GBEIR2AF1S IR-2, 1570 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -22 0
81.S1GBEIR2AG1S IR-2, 1590 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -22 0
81.S1GBEIR2AH1S IR-2, 1610 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -22 0
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GBE
(80 km)
81.S1GBEZX1AA2S 80 km, 1470 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -24 -3
81.S1GBEZX1AB2S 80 km, 1490 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -24 -3
81.S1GBEZX1AC2S 80 km, 1510 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -24 -3
81.S1GBEZX1AD2S 80 km, 1530 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -24 -3
81.S1GBEZX1AE2S 80 km, 1550 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -24 -3
81.S1GBEZX1AF2S 80 km, 1570 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -24 -3
81.S1GBEZX1AG2S 80 km, 1590 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -24 -3
81.S1GBEZX1AH2S 80 km, 1610 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -24 -3
GBE
(120 km)
81.S1GBEVX1AA2S 120 km, 1470 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -32 -10
81.S1GBEVX1AB2S 120 km, 1490 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -32 -10
81.S1GBEVX1AC2S 120 km, 1510 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -32 -10
81.S1GBEVX1AD2S 120 km, 1530 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -32 -10
81.S1GBEVX1AE2S 120 km, 1550 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -32 -10
81.S1GBEVX1AF2S 120 km, 1570 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -32 -10
81.S1GBEVX1AG2S 120 km, 1590 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -32 -10
81.S1GBEVX1AH2S 120 km, 1610 nm CWDM, SM 0 5 -32 -10
2G FC/
FICON
81.S2GFCSR1851M SR, 850 nm, MM -9 -3.5 -15 0
4G FC
b
81.S4GFCSR1851M SR/SX, 850 nm, MM -8 0 -14 0
81.S4GFCIR1131S IR-1,1310 nm, SM -8.4 -2 -17.3 -3
81.S4GFCLR1131S LR-1,1310 nm, SM -8.4 -3 -17.3 -3
ESCON 81.SESCN000131S 1310 nm, SM -9.5 -3 -23 -10
81.SESCN000851M 850 nm, MM -9.5 0 -17 0
a. OC-48/STM16 Multirate SFPs support the following rates: Generic 100 Mbps, 100BaseFX, FC/8, OC-3/STM1, FC/4, DVB-ASI,
FC/2, OC-12/STM4, 1G FICON, 1G FICON, 1G ISC, GbE,2G FC, 2G FICON, 2G ISC, OC-48/STM16, OTU1, Optical SDI/Optical HDS-
DI, ETH, VS411.
b. 4G Fibre Channel (4G FC) is supported on the SMTM-U Rev. D and later.
Table 8 Optical Power Specifications of SFP Modules (Continued)
Type
Tellabs Part
Number Description Tx-Min Tx-Max Rx-Min Rx-Max
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Chromatic Dispersion
The following specifications define the chromatic dispersion tolerance at
the receivers input. These specifications assume dispersion compensa-
tion units can be used to achieve the overall chromatic dispersion value.
No FEC: -340 ps/nm to +1445 ps/nm (~ -20 Km to +85 Km (SMF-28)) BER
better than 10E
-12

FEC: -340 ps/nm to +1700 ps/nm (~ -20 Km to +100 Km (SMF-28)) BER
better than 10E
-12
Transponder Parameters Table 9, page 36 through Table 10, page 36 list the optical interface spec-
ifications for the SMTM-U.
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Latency
Single transponder throughput with optical line loopback.
All latency figures represent both ingress and egress in typical applica-
tions: one complete path from client port to client port.
SONET EFEC - 75 s
SONET GFEC - 30 s
Datacom Rates EFEC - 100 s
Datacom Rates GFEC - 60 s
EFEC corresponds to the value SUPER for the FEC Type parameter in the
ED-OCH command. GFEC corresponds to the value REGULAR for the
FEC Type parameter in the ED-OCH command. The latency values for the
FEC Type NOFEC are the same as GFEC.
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7. Performance Monitoring Parameters
7.01 The 71328x SMTM-U modules support performance monitoring.
7.02 The SMTM-U collects SONET Path Level performance monitoring data
under most conditions, except the following:
when the SMTM-U is configured as transparent mode with no STS
visibility
when the port-side facility is configured for GbE or OPTD, both of
which have no STS visibility
Ethernet Performance Monitoring
7.03 The SMTM-U modules support 8b/10b LOSS performance monitoring on
every GbE and SAN facility. For these modules, users can access Ethernet
performance monitoring data through TL1 commands, as well as the Tellabs
7190/7194 element manager.
SONET/SDH Performance Monitoring
7.04 Section level performance monitoring may be obtained on a facility that
supports transparent cross-connections. It is also possible to obtain section, line,
line far-end, path near-end and path far-end on a facility that supports STS-1,
STS3C, STS12C or STS48C cross-connections.
Performance Monitoring Data
7.05 The system collects the following PM data:
failure counts (FC)
code violations (CV)
errored seconds (ES)
severely errored seconds (SES)
unavailable second (UAS)
7.06 For port-side near-end Path PM, the following additional data are
collected:
Positive pointer justification count - generated (PPJC-PGen)
Negative pointer justification count - generated (NPJC-PGen)
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Positive pointer justification count - detected (PPJC-PDet)
Negative pointer justification count - generated (NPJC-PDet)
Pointer justification count seconds - generated (PJCS-PGen)
Pointer justification count seconds - detected (PJCS-PDet)
Pointer justification count seconds - difference (PJCDiff-P)
7.07 When UPSR is configured on the Line side, the following Path PM data is
collected:
Protection switch count (PSC)
Protection switch duration (PSD)
Near-end Line PM Parameters
7.08 The SMTM-U collects the following near-end line parameters and displays
LOS, LOF, AIS-L, and LOP-P defects:
CV-L, BBE-L
ES-L
SES-L
AISS-L
UAS-L
FC-L
PSC-L
PSD-L
All STS Pointer Justification parameters
Near-end Path PM Parameters
7.09 The SMTM-U collects the following near-end path parameters and
displays LOS, LOF, AIS-L, LOP-P, AIS-P, UNEQ-P and PLM-P defects:
CV-P
BBE-P
ES-P
SES-P
UAS-P
FC-P
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8. Module Replacement and After-Sale Technical Support
8.01 Refer to Tellabs 7100/7100N Maintenance Using TL1 or Tellabs
7100/7100N Maintenance Using Management Systems to replace a faulted or
non-faulted module.
8.02 For technical support, call Tellabs Technical Support Center:
USA, Canada, Caribbean: +1.800.443.5555 (24-hour availability)
All other countries: +1.630.798.7070
8.03 Refer to Section 10, Module Repair and Return, page 40 for procedures
for returning a faulty module to Tellabs.
9. Additional Information
9.01 For additional information, refer to the following documentation:
General Description
System Specifications
9.02 For information on hands-on training, contact Tellabs:
Technical Training and Education Center
1415 West Diehl Road
Naperville, IL 60563
Telephone: +1.800.443.5555
Website: http://www.tellabs.com/training/
10. Module Repair and Return
10.01 Tellabs will repair or replace Tellabs products provided that the need for
this repair or replacement arises from the ordinary use of the products as intended
by the manufacturer or otherwise stated in Tellabs literature.
10.02 For more information about in-warranty and out-of-warranty repairs and
returns, see the Tellabs Global Repair and Return Policy, available on the Tellabs
website at www.tellabs.com. Click the Services and Support link and navigate
to Technical Support.
10.03 Complete any applicable troubleshooting procedures to troubleshoot the
module. If the module is suspected of being defective, follow the procedures in
Section 8, Module Replacement and After-Sale Technical Support, page 40 to
replace the faulty module with a new module and conduct the test again.
If the substitute operates correctly, the original should be considered
defective and returned to Tellabs as explained in Contacting Tellabs
Repair Centers, page 41.
If normal troubleshooting procedures do not solve the problem,
contact Tellabs Technical Support Center.
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10.04 Tellabs strongly recommends that no internal (component-level) testing or
repairs be attempted on the equipment. Unauthorized testing or repairs may void
the warranty. Also, if the equipment is part of a registered system, unauthorized
repairs result in noncompliance with Parts 15 and/or 68 of the FCC Rules and
Regulations.
10.05 Although repair service always includes an attempt to remove any
permanent markings made by customers on Tellabs products, the success of such
attempts cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, if equipment must be marked defective
or bad, Tellabs recommends that it be done with non-permanent materials and,
where appropriate, in a manner consistent with the correct handling of
electrostatically sensitive devices.
Contacting Tellabs Repair Centers
10.06 Contact Tellabs Repair and Return Services to return a suspected module
for repair or replacement. For shipping the suspected module, you must use a
Return Material Authorization (RMA) number, which is used for tracking purposes.
10.07 For North American customers, Tellabs has a convenient web-based tool
to request repair services and to obtain a Return Material Authorization (RMA)
number. The website gives you an RMA when you submit the request on-line, and
allows you to check the ongoing status of the module. To use the Repair Services
website, you need a user name and login, which you must obtain from Tellabs by
calling one of the telephone numbers listed in Table 11, page 41. Use your
designated user name and login whenever you want to use the Repair Services
Website.
10.08 If unable to use the Repair Services website, call one of the numbers listed
in Table 11, page 41 to request an RMA:
Table 11 Tellabs Return and Repair Contact Information
Location Telephone Number Fax Number E-mail Address
Finland for Tellabs
EMEA products
+358.9.4131.2920 +358.9.4131.2022 emea.repair@tellabs.com
North America +1.800.443.5555 +1.630.798.7551 repairs@tellabs.com
Latin America and All
Other Regions
+1.800.443.5555
or
+1.630.798.7070
+1.630.798.7551
repairs@tellabs.com
Japan +81.3.3595.7400 +81.3.3595.7401 n/a