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PASOLINK Mx

Installation Manual
7-52GHz 10/ 20/ 40/ 80MB
DI GI TAL MI CROWAVE RADI O SYSTEM
(1+0/ 1+1 SYSTEM)
J anuary, 2005
Issue 1
CONTENTS
January, 2005
CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE
1 GENERAL 1-1
2 OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION 2-1
2.1 Detailed Work Flow Chart 2-2
2.2 Pasolink System Standard Overview 2-3
3 UNPACKING 3-1
3.1 Checking Cargo 3-1
3.2 Unpacking 3-1
3.3 Checking Installing Component 3-4
4 MOUNTING 4-1
4.1 IDU Mounting 4-1
4.2 ODU Mounting 4-4
4.2.1 Pole Mounting 4-7
4.2.2 Wall Mounting 4-30
4.2.3 19-inch Rack Mounting 4-36
4.3 Waveguide Connection 4-38
5 FRAME GROUNDING 5-1
6 CABLE TERMINATION 6-1
6.1 Terminating Supervisory Cables
with D-Sub Connector 6-2
6.2 Terminating Coaxial (IF Signal)
with N-P Connector (L Angle Type) 6-7
6.3 Terminating Coaxial (IF Signal) Cables
with N-P Connector (Straight Type) 6-13
6.4 Terminating Power Supply Cables
with Molex Connector 6-16
6.5 Cable Assembling for MDR Interface 6-18
6.6 Cable Assembling for the I/O Board 6-30
7 CABLE AND TERMINAL CONNECTIONS 7-1
8 WATERPROOF PROTECTION 8-1
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GENERAL
1-1
1. GENERAL
This manual describes information on the installation, and initial lineup of
the NEC PASOLINK Mx 7/8/13/15/18/23/26/38/52 GHz 10/20/40/80 MB
point-to-point digital radio system.
This system consists of TRP-[ ]G-5A Transmitter-Receiver (Outdoor
Unit (ODU)) and MDP-80MB-[ ] Modulator-Demodulator (Indoor Unit
(IDU)).
Outline of the ODU is shown in Fig. 1-1.
Outlines of the IDUs are shown in Fig. 1-2.
Fig. 1-1 Outline of the ODU
FG
IFL MON
RX LEV
GENERAL
1-2
2 pages
Fig. 1-2 Outline of the IDU in 1+0 System (1/3)
Fig. 1-2 Outline of the IDU in 1+0 Expandable System (2/3)
Fig. 1-2 Outline of the IDU in 1+1 System (3/3)
PNMT LCT EOW1 EOW2
NE1 NE2 V11-PNMS-LAN EOW CALL RESET
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
PASOLINK Mx
ALM/AUX SC IN/OUT
2M IN / OUT-C 2MIN / OUT-B 2MIN / OUT-A
2M INTFC-M
R SW
IDU ODU MAINT
2M INTFC-S
PWR
PNMT LCT EOW1 EOW2
NE1 NE2 V11-PNMS-LAN EOW CALL RESET
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
PASOLINK Mx
SW UNIT
ALM/AUX SC IN/OUT
2M IN / OUT-C 2M IN / OUT-B 2M IN / OUT-A
2M INTFC-M
R SW IDU
ALM STATUS
1
2
ODU RX TX
MAINT 2MINTFC-S
-43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
!
PNMT LCT EOW1 EOW2
NE1 NE2 V11-PNMS-LAN EOW CALL RESET
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
PASOLINK Mx
SW UNIT
ALM/AUX SC IN/OUT
2M IN / OUT-C 2MIN / OUT-B 2MIN / OUT-A
2M INTFC-M
R SW IDU
ALM STATUS
1
2
ODU RX TX
MAINT 2MINTFC-S
-43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
! -43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
!
OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION
2-1
2. OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION
The standard installation is summarized in this section. Included herein is
information on typical installation work flow and installation guide for
IDU installation, ODU installation, antenna (ANT) installation, waveguide
connection and cable connections.
This product is a part of radio link system, and is intended to be connected
with a external antenna.
This product will be installed and operated by professional.
After installation, the professional person shall make sure that the system
shall comply with the relevant limits for general public exposure specified
as basic restrictions or reference levels in the council Recommendation
1999/519/EC.
OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION
2-2
2.1 Detailed Work Flow Chart
The installation flow chart is shown below.
Fig. 2-1 Typical Installation Flow Diagram

Cable Terminating
(see para 6)
Frame Grounding
(see para 5)
Cable and Terminal
Connections
(see para 7)
ODU Mounting
(see para 2.4)
Coaxial/Waveguide/
IF Signal Cable
Connection
(see para 4.4)
IDU Mounting
(see para 2.3)
Unpacking of IDU
(see para 3.2)
Unpacking of ODU
(see para 3.3)
Unpacking of
Accessories
(see para 3.2)

Waterproof
Protection
(see para 8)
Unpacking of
Antenna/Bracket
Antenna/Bracket
Mounting
(see para 4.2)
*1 Please change before mounting
when the polarization change is
necessary.
*2 The direct mount type becomes
a connection only of IF signal
cable. (para 6.2).
End
Start
*2
OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION
2-3
2.2 Pasolink System Standard Overview
(1)Pasolink Installation Overview
The standaed overall configuration of the Pasolink system is shown below.
Fig. 2-2 Pasolink standrd installation overview(1+0 system)
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OVERVIEW FOR INSTALLATION
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(2)Indoor Instation Overview
A general layout for indoor installation of the Pasolink is shown below.
Fig. 2-3 Indoor Instation Overview
IDU
19-inch Rack
DC PDB
UNPACKING
3-1
3. UNPACKING
3.1 Checking Cargo
Detailed procedure is as follows:
STEP
1 Check the number of containers on the packing list.
Fig. 3-1 Example of packing list
2 Check the station name is correct.
Check to see if the station name on the packing list shown in Fig.3-1. Note
that the contents of the packing list depend on the contract.
3.2 Unpacking
The procedures to unpack the IDU and ODU arre shown Fig.3-2 and
Fig.3-3.
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Fig. 3-2 Unpacking Method of IDU
Step 1. Cut sealing material.
Step 2. Take out carton fromsealing material.
Step 3. Cut P.P. tape at top of carton. And then
open carton.
P.P TAPE
PRECAUTION LABEL
PRECAUTION LABEL
SHIPPING LABEL
SHIPPING LABEL
SEALING MATERIAL
Step 4. Take out carton.
Step 5. Cut P.P. tape at top of carton.
And then open carton.
Step 6. Take out IDU with antistatic bag
from carton.
Step 7. Take out IDU fromantistatic bag.
Step 8. Inspect IDU.
P.P. TAPE
IDU
CUSHIONING
Note: Accessories are sacked or boxed with the IDU.
MATERIAL
CUSHIONING
MATERIAL
CARTON
(for 1+1 system)
IDU
IDU
ANTISTATIC
BAG
Step 2
Step 1.
Step 3.
Step 4.
Step 5
Step 6
Step 7.
Step 8
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Fig. 3-3 Unpacking Method of ODU
Step 1. Open top cover of the carton.
Step 5. Inspect ODU.
PRECAUTION MARK
PRECAUTION MARK
SHIPPING LABEL
ODU
Step 2. Take out top pat from carton,
Step 3. Remove poly sheet,
Step 4. Take out the ODU from carton,
TOP PAT
ODU
CARTON
TOP COVER
CARTON
POLY SHEET
CARTON
PACKING LABEL
SHIPPING LABEL
UNPACKING
3-4
3.3 Checking Installing Component
Each unnpacked component of the pasolink System must be checked as
shown below.
(1) IDU and ODU
Note : The asterisk mark is an option.
Table 3-1 Installing compornent of ODU/IDU
No. DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
Remarks
1+0 1+1
1 TRP-( )G-5A (ODU) 1 2
2 O-Ring (Attached to the waveguide type ODU) *1 *2 Accessory
3 MDP-80MB-( ) (IDU) 1 1 or 2
4 Power Connector (Molex Housing M5557-
4R)(x1ea)
1 2 Accessory
Cable Terminal (Molex 5556T) (x 4ea) 1 2 Accessory
5 7.5 A Fuse (SMP75) (x 2ea) 1 2 Accessory
6 7-8 GHz HYB (x1), with N-type coaxial
connectors
0 or 1 1 or 0
7 13-52 GHz HYB (x1) 0 or 1 0 or 1
8 38/52 GHz TX ATT (x1) (x 1ea) *1 or 0 0
9 O-Ring (Attached to the TX ATT (x 1ea)) *1 or 0 0 Accessory
ROI-S04934 INSTALLATION
3-5/6
Fig. 3-4 Installing Compornent for IDU and ODU
ANTENNA DIRECT
MOUNTING TYPE
WAVEGUIDE TYPE
1
1
2
4
5
TRP-13G-5A
OUTDOOR UNIT
SHIFT FREQUENCY MHz SUB BAND TX HIGH/LOW
(H0330)
CH TX MHz
SERIAL No. DATE
WEIGHT kg/ - 43V 0.5A
NEC Corporation TOKYO JAPAN MADE IN JAPAN
CAUTION
Turn off power
at IDU before
disconnecting cable.
CAUTION
Non-ionizing
radiation
0678
TRP-13G-5A
OUTDOOR UNIT
SHIFT FREQUENCY MHz SUB BAND TX HIGH/LOW
(H0330)
SERIAL No. DATE
WEIGHT kg/ - 43V 0.5A
NEC Corporation TOKYO JAPAN MADE IN JAPAN
CAUTION
Turn off power
at IDU before
disconnecting cable.
CAUTION
Non-ionizi ng
radiation
0678
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1
1 7/8 GHz TYPE
WARNING
-43V OUTPUT
TURN OFF POWER
BEFORE DISCONNECTING
I/F CABLE
!
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Note: No.1 ODU is not supplied for 1+0 system.
No.2 The asterisk is an option. It is necessary to
process it according to connectors and coaxial
cable.
No.3 The number corresponds to No. of Table3-1.
No.2* ODU
No.1 ODU
3
IDU 1+1
IDU 1+0

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! -43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
cable.
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TRP-13G-5A
OUTDOOR UNIT
SHIFT FREQUENCY MHz SUB BAND TX HIGH/LOW
(H0330)
CH TX MHz
SERIAL No. DATE
WEIGHT kg/ - 43V 0.5A
NEC Corporation TOKYO JAPAN MADE IN JAPAN
CAUTION
Non-ionizi ng
radiation
0678
TRP-13G-5A
OUTDOOR UNIT
SHIFT FREQUENCY MHz SUB BAND TX HIGH/LOW
(H0330)
SERIAL No. DATE
WEIGHT kg/ - 43V 0.5A
NEC Corporation TOKYO JAPAN MADE IN JAPAN
CAUTION
Non-ionizing
radiation
0678
-43V INPUT
Power down before
disconnection or
connection of cable.
-43V INPUT
Power down before
disconnection or
connection of cable.
*IF Signal Cable
*IF Signal Cable
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ODU
IFL
FG (M5)
N-P CONNECTOR (MALE)
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
D-SUB CONNECTOR (MALE)
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
D-SUB CONNECTOR (MALE)
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
FG
IFL MON
RX LEV
MOLEX
CONNECTOR
(4PIN) (MALE)
4
Note1: Use ISO standardized screw (mm
unit) for D-SUB connector.
Note2: The asterisk is an option. It is
necessary to process. However,
MOLEX power connector is
appendid.
Note3: The number corresponds to No. of
Table 3-1.
Fig. 3-5 Compornent of Installing System(1/2)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
(MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
(MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
(MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
(MALE)
2
For 1+0 System
PNMT LCT EOW1 EOW2
NE1 NE2 V11-PNMS-LAN EOW CALL RESET
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
PASOLINK Mx
ALM/AUX SC IN/OUT
2M IN / OUT-C 2M IN / OUT-B 2M IN / OUT-A
2MINTFC-M
R SW
IDU ODU MAINT
2MINTFC-S
PWR
*
*
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1
(Rear)
1
(Front)
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ODU
IFL
FG (M5)
N-P CONNECTOR (MALE)
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
D-SUB CONNECTOR (MALE)
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
D-SUB CONNECTOR (MALE)
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MOLEX
CONNECTOR
(4PIN) (MALE)
4
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR (MALE)
FG
IFL MON
RX LEV
ODU
IFL
FG (M5)
P-N CONNECTOR
FG
IFL MON
RX LEV
MOLEX
CONNECTOR
(4PIN) (MALE)
4
Fig. 3-5 Compornent of Installing System(2/2)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
(MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
(MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
(MALE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
(MALE)
2
For 1+1 System
PNMT LCT EOW1 EOW2
NE1 NE2 V11-PNMS-LAN EOW CALL RESET
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
PASOLINK Mx
SW UNIT
ALM/AUX SC IN/OUT
2M IN / OUT-C 2M IN / OUT-B 2M IN / OUT-A
2M INTFC-M
R SW IDU
ALM STATUS
1
2
ODU RX TX
MAINT 2MINTFC-S
-43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
! -43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
!
2
1
(Rear)
1
(Front)
1 (Rear) 1 (Front)
3
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*
*
*
*
Note1: Use ISO standardized screw (mm
unit) for D-SUB connector.
Note2: The asterisk is an option. It is
necessary to process.
However, MOLEX power connector is
appendid.
Note3: The number corresponds to No. of
UNPACKING
3-9
(2)Mounting Bracket
There are four kinds the ODU mounting bracket by the mounting type,
shown as follows.
Fig. 3-6 Packing List of Mounting Bracket
1
2
3
4
No. DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
Remarks
1+0 1+1
1 Pole Mounting Waveguide Type 1 1 Fig4-5
See Para 4.3
2 Antenna Direct Pole Mounting Bracket 1 1 or 2 Fig 4-11
3 Wall Mounting Bracket 1 1 or 2 Fig4 -17
4 19"-rack Mounting Bracket 1 1 or 2 Fig4-19
MOUNTING
4-1
4. MOUNTING
4.1 IDU Mounting
The installation procedure for the IDU is shown below.
(a) Tool Required
Screwdriver
(b) Procedure for Mounting and Dismounting
(1) Mounting
Mounting method of IDU is shown in Fig. 4-1 and Fig 4-2.
Note: When the IDU is mounted on the center position, refer to
Fig. 4-2.
(2) Dismounting
For dismounting IDU (if necessary), use the following procedure.
Step Procedure
1 Hold the IDU so that it does not drop, and remove two screws
each from both sides,
2 Dismount the IDU from the 19-inch rack.
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Note: * Normal setting for free space. When free space is closed
within one rack unit, check the environment temperature is
lower than +40C.
Fig. 4-1 Standard Mounting of IDU
Step 1. Remove the two brackets from
the IDU.
Step 2. Align the IDU to the mount
position on the 19-inch rack.
Step 3. Fix each side of the IDU to the
rack with the two screws (M5).
Step 4. To mount the IDU in a 19-inch rack,
allow space more than 200 mm to the
rear section and space for one unit to
the top and bottom.
SCREW
FLAT WASHER
SCREW
FLAT WASHER
SCREW
BRACKET
BRACKET
More than
200 mm
WALL
More than *
one rack unit
More than *
one rack unit
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Note: * Normal setting for free space. When free space is closed
within one rack unit, check the environment temperature is
lower than +40C.
Step 2. Align the IDU to the mount
position on the 19-inch rack.
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
FLAT WASHER
SCREW
FLAT WASHER
Step 1. Mount the two brackets to IDU
with the four screws.
Step 3. To mount the IDU in a 19-inch
rack, allow space more than
200 mm to the rear section and
space for one unit to the top
and bottom.
More than
200 mm
WALL
More than *
one rack unit
More than *
one rack unit
(When space Between the wall and IDU is less than 200mm.)
MOUNTING
4-4
4.2 ODU Mounting
There are three types of mounting for the ODU: pole mounting, wall
mounting and 19-inch rack mounting types. The tools for installation are
listed in Table 4-1.
Note: * Used for wall mounting.
Table 4-1 Tools
TOOLS STANDARD SKETCH
1 Torque wrench or
Wrench set
M5, M6,
M8,
M10
2 Hexagon
wrench
M5, M6
3 Screw driver M2.6,
M3, M4,
M5
4 Measure* -
5 Center punch* -
6 Hammer * -
7 Electric drill * -
.
MOUNTING
4-5
Caution: 1. How to use small and large O-rings are shown in the
following table. Two (small and large) O-rings are
attached in 18-52 GHz band Andrew/RFS direct mount
antenna. 13/15 GHz band antenna does not have small
O-ring (Small O-ring is not used for Andrew/RFS direct
mount antenna). If the small O-ring is used for ODU
direct mount installation, a gap may occur between
ODU and antenna for RF interface. This may cause
transmit or receive level down.
Caution: 1. How to use small and large O-rings are shown in the
following table. Two (small and large) O-rings are
attached in 18-52 GHz band Andrew/RFS direct mount
antenna. 13/15 GHz band antenna does not have small
O-ring (Small O-ring is not used for Andrew/RFS direct
mount antenna). If the small O-ring is used for ODU
direct mount installation, a gap may occur between
ODU and antenna for RF interface. This may cause
transmit or receive level down.
Note: 13/15 GHz antenna for direct mount is not possible to connect the
ordinary waveguide flanges.
Notes: 1. * Do not use both small O-ring and large O-ring
simultaneously.
2. Large O-ring size is different with frequency band as follows:
O-RING OF
ATTACHEMENT
OF ANTENNA
O-RING
REMARKS
SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZE
ANT ODU Not used Used Antenna direct mounting
ANT WG/ODU
(18-52 GHz BAND)
Used Not used Waveguide connection
POSITION OF
LARGE O-RING*
POSITION OF
SMALL O-RING*
How to use small and large O-rings
MOUNTING
4-6
Caution: 2. Dont apply silicon grease to O-ring.
Fig. 4-3 O-ring Size
3
2
m
m
3
5
m
m
13-23 GHz BAND 26-52 GHz BAND
MOUNTING
4-7
4.2.1 Pole Mounting
Procedure for mounting and demounting are described below.
(a) Mounting
The method of mounting is listed in Table 4-2.
Note: Remove protection metallic plate covering waveguide
hole on the ODU.
(b) Dismounting
For dismounting ODU (if necessary), use the following procedure.
Step Procedure
1 Remove the four fixed screws from the ODU,
2 Then dismount the ODU,
Procedure for polarization change are descrided below.
Table 4-3 Polarization Change
Table 4-2 Pole Mounting
POLE MOUNTING
7/8 GHz BAND
ODU
13-52 GHz BAND ODU
WAVEGUIDE
TYPE
ANTENNA DIRECT MOUNTING
TYPE
Coaxial Cable
Type Fig. 4-4 *
With PBR
adapter Fig4-5
(See Para 4.3
Waveguide
Connection)
Fig. 4-11 and Fig. 4-12
(With HYB) Fig. 4-13
(With SPAN ATT) Fig. 4-14
Polarization Change
Antenna ODU HYB TX SPAN ATT
Fig.4-6
Fig.4-7
Fig.4-10 Fig.4-8 Fig.4-9
MOUNTING
4-8
Fig. 4-4 7/8 GHz Band ODU, Pole Mounting (1/3)
Step 1. Mount the bracket to the pole, point
to the opposite station and tighten it
with two U-bolts,
Note: The diameter of pole is from 48.5 to
114.5 millimeters.
7/8 GHz ODU MOUNTING (Connecting Coaxial Cable)
THIN NUT(M10)
THICK NUT(M10)
SPRING WASHER
FLAT WASHER
U-BOLT
MOUNTING BRACKET
Step 2. Mount the ODU on to the bracket
and tighten four screw (M6) at upper
and lower parts of the ODU, M6
Tightening torque: 4.23 Nm
(Recommended)
Step 3. Check that the ODU and the bracket
are fixed at the specified values,
Caution: Before connecting the I/F cable between
the IDU and ODU, using the circuit tester,
check that the resistance of the I/F cable
between center conductor and insulation is
more than 100 M.
MOUNTING
4-9
Fig. 4-4 7/8 GHz Band ODU, Pole Mounting (2/3)
COAXIAL
CABLE
ODU
BRACKET
TIGHTEN BOLTS (M5)
Step 4. Connect the Coaxial cable to
the RF IN/OUT connector
of the ODU,
Step 5. Down the cable fix bracket
to fix the Coaxial cable, then
tighten the two bolts,
Step 6. Install the Coaxial cables
between the antenna and
ODU.
Note: Fix the coaxial cable to the pole or
member with cable hanger or cable
ties after antenna orientation has
been completed.
Caution: Wrap the coaxial cable
connection points with a self-
bonding tape for waterproof.
POLE
ODU
COAXIAL
CABLE
Tightening torque: 3.14 Nm
(Recommended)
MOUNTING
4-10
Fig. 4-4 7/8 GHz Band ODU, Pole Mounting (3/3)
POLE
No.1 ODU
No.2 ODU
HYB
BOLT
ANT
N-Type *
COAXIAL
CABLE*
Note: * When coaxial cable with SMA connector is
used, the connectors are supplied by NEC.
USING HYB FOR 1+1 SYSTEM
SIDE VIEW
Caution: Wrap the coaxial cable connection points with a self-bonding
tape for waterproof.
COAXIAL
CABLE
ODU
BRACKET
TIGHTEN BOLTS (M5)

Tightening torque: 3.14 Nm
(Recommended)
MOUNTING
4-11
Fig. 4-5 Pole Mounting Bracket for 13-52 GHz Waveguide Connection, Assembling
Step 1. Mount the attachment with PBR
adapter to the ODU bracket using
ten bolts,
Note: Color of adapter is white.
ATTACHMENT
SPRING WASHER
WASHER
ODU BRACKET
PBR ADAPTER
BOLT (M5 10)
Tightening torque:
3.14 Nm
U-BOLT
ODU BRACKET
NUT
Step 2. Loosen eight nuts and remove the
two U-bolts from the ODU bracket,
ODU BRACKET
U-BOLT
POLE
FLAT WASHER
SPRING WASHER
THIN NUT (M10)
THICK NUT (M10)
Step 3. Mount the ODU bracket to the pole
with two U-bolts,
Note: The diameter of pole is from 48.5 to
114.5 millimetres.
Tightening torque:
33.93 Nm
(Recommended)
13-52GHz POLE MOONTING WAVEGUIDE TYPE
MOUNTING
4-12
Fig. 4-6 Antenna Polarization Change (Example)
Step 1. Keep the antenna stand horizontally,
Step 2. Loosen screws with Allen wrench,
Note: Do not remove the screw complete
from the screw hole.

Hold the feed horn with hand.
Step 3. Holding the feed horn with hand,
rotate the feed horn by 90 degrees,
ANTENA POLARIZATION CHANGE
Note: The details are referred to the installation manual which is
attached to the antenna.
ANTENNA
Step 4. Fix the feed horn, with screws that
were loosened in step 2,
Polarization
V
Polarization
H
Top Top
MOUNTING
4-13
Step Procedure
Note: The details are referred to the installation manual which
is attached to the antenna.
ANTENNA DIRECT MOUNTING TYPE
Note: The antenna is set to V-polarization when shipped from the
factory.
1 If you change to H polarization, loosen the four screws with the
Allen key wrench and then rotate the antenna connection unit,
keeping the antenna stand horizontal.
Note: A large and a small gasket are included in the antenna package.
Please use the large one (The small gasket is not used in antenna
mount).
Fig. 4-7 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Polarization Change for Direct Mounting (1/2)
SCREWS ANTENNA
CONNECTION
UNIT
V POLARIZATION
SCREW
MOUNTING
4-14
Step Procedure
2 Check that the aperture part of the connection unit is rotated
by 90 degrees, then fix it with the screws that were loosened
in step 1.
Fig. 4-7 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Polarization Change for Direct Mounting (2/2)
APERTURE
H POLARIZATION
MOUNTING
4-15
Note: The hybrid is set to V-polarization when shipped from the factory.
Step Procedure
1 If you change to H polarization, loosen two screws, rotate the
antenna connection unit and put the HYB horizontally.
2 Check that aperture of the connection unit is rotated as shown
below, then fix it with the two screws that were loosened in
step 1.
Fig. 4-8 13-52 GHz Band HYBRID Polarization Change
HYB
ANTENNA
CONNECTION UNIT
V POLARIZATION
GUIDE PIN
V POLARIZATION H POLARIZATION
SCREW (M2.6, 2EA)
HYBRID POLARIZATION CHANGE
MOUNTING
4-16
Note: The TX ATT is set to V-polarization when shipped from the
factory.
Step Procedure
1 If you change to H polarization, loosen two screws, rotate the
antenna connection unit and put the TX ATT horizontally.
2 Check that aperture of the connection unit is rotated as shown
below, then fix it with the two screws that were loosened in
step 1.
Fig. 4-9 38/52 GHz Band TX SPAN ATT Polarization Change

TX ATT
ANTENNA
CONNECTION UNIT
V POLARIZATION
GUIDE PIN
V POLARIZATION H POLARIZATION

Cross-Recessed
Head Machine Screw
M2.6(2ea)
Plate-2
Plate-1
TX SPAN ATT POLARIZATION CHANGE
MOUNTING
4-17
Fig. 4-10 13-52 GHz Changing V/H Polarization for Antenna/HYB Direct Mounting ODU
Step 1. When vertical polarization is
required, rotate the ODU so as to
go up the plate marked V,
Step 2. When horizontal polarization is
required, remove the guide pin
fixed on the plate marked with V,
Step 3. Screw in the guide pin removed in
step 2 to the screw hole of the plate
marked H,
Step 4. Rotate the ODU so as to go up the
plate marked H,
PLATE MARKED WITH V
UP
V POLARIZATION
PLATE MARKED WITH H
UP
H POLARIZATION
FG
IFL MON
RX LEV
F
G
IF
L
M
O
N
R
X

L
E
V
GUIDE PIN
PLATE MARKED WITH V
GUIDE PIN
PLATE MARKED WITH H
ODU POLARIZATION CHANGE
Note: When the ODU is mounted on to the
NEC HYB, only V polarization is
applied.
MOUNTING
4-18
ANTENNA DIRECT MOUNTING
Step Procedure
MOUNTING
Note: The details are referred to the installation manual which
is attached to the antenna.
INSTALLATION BRACKET
1 Install the bracket to the antenna pole,
2 Mount antenna to the bracket,
Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Direct Mounting (1/6)
WASHER
NUT LOCK WASHER
ANDREW VHLP TYPE BRACKET
HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN
GUIDE PIN
MOUNTING
4-19
Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Direct Mounting (2/6)
RFS SB1 TYPE BRACKET
MOUNTING
4-20
Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Direct Mounting (3/6)
RFS SB2 TYPE BRACKET
RFS SB2 TYPE BRACKET
MOUNTING
4-21
Step Procedure
3 Fix the ODU to the bracket by tightening the M6 screws (four
locations),
Notes: 1. Figure shows V polarization.
2. Be careful not to damage the O-ring (Antenna).
3. The tightening torque is 4.0 Nm 10%.
Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Direct Mounting (4/6)
Notes: 1. Figure shows V polarization.
2. Be careful not to damage the O-ring (Antenna).
3. The tightening torque is 4.0 Nm 10%.
Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Direct Mounting (5/6)
O-RING
HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN
GUIDE PIN
ODU
RFS SB1 TYPE BRACKET
O-RING
HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN
ODU
MOUNTING
4-22
Notes: 1. Figure shows V polarization.
2. Be careful not to damage the O-ring (Antenna).
3. The tightening torque is 4.0 Nm 10%.
Fig. 4-11 13-52 GHz Band ODU Antenna Direct Mounting (6/6)
Fig. 4-12 Mounting of ODU for Antenna Direct Mounting Type (1/3)
Note: Set the ODU to the bracket after
polarization of the ODU is
confirmed.
O Ring
Step 4. Insert guide pin on the hole of
bracket to set the position of screws,
GUIDE PIN
MOUNTING
4-23
Fig. 4-12 Mounting of ODU for Antenna Direct Mounting Type (2/3)
Fig. 4-12 Mounting of ODU for Antenna Direct Mounting Type (3/3)
Caution: Align flanges on antenna and
ODU correctly, and fix the
ODU with four screws.
ODU
ODU FLANGE
ANTENNA FLANGE
ANTENNA
Step 5. Fix the ODU to the bracket
with four screws.
Note: Torque: 4.23 Nm
(Recommended)
SCREWS
SCREWS
MOUNTING
4-24
ANTENNA DIRECT MOUNTING WITH HYB
Note: The tightening torque is 4.0 Nm 10%.(Recommended).
Be careful not to damage the O-ring (Antenna).
RFS SB1 TYPE BRACKET
Fig. 4-13 13-52 GHz Band ODU Mounting Using NEC Hybrid (1/3)
ANDREW VHLP TYPE BRACKET
MOUNTING HOLE FOR
HYB
HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN
GUIDE PIN
The tightening torque is 4.0 Nm 10%.
Be careful not to damage the O-ring(Antenna).
Note: The details are referred to the installation
manual which is attached to the antenna.
O-RING
HOLE FOR GUIDE PIN
O-RING
MOUNTING HOLE FOR
HYB
MOUNTING
4-25
Step Procedure
1 Fix the bracket and handle to the HYB.
2 Check the polarization and fix the HYB to the antenna by
tightening the M6 screws (four locations).
3 Move short plates as shown in figure (both sides).
Fig. 4-13 13-52 GHz Band ODU Mounting Using NEC Hybrid (2/3)
M5 HEAD CAP SCREW
Note; Tightening torque
is from 2 to 4 Nm
Bracket
Handle
ANT
FLAT WASHER
M6 SCREW GUIDE PIN
O-ring
SHORT PLATE
MOVE THE
SHORT PLATE
HYB
MOUNTING
4-26
Step Procedure
4 Insert the O-rings to the two ODU ports of the HYB.
5 Fix the two ODUs with hex screws (four locations) using the
Allen key wrench.
Note: Be careful not to damage the O-rings (Hybrid).
Fig. 4-13 13-52 GHz Band ODU Mounting Using NEC Hybrid (3/3)
O-ring
ODU
O-ring
ODU
ODU
MOUNTING
4-27
MOUNTING
TX SPAN ATT
Step Procedure
1 Check the polarization of the antenna connection unit of the TX
ATT (Refer to CHANGING POLARIZATION description for
the TX ATT.)
2 Fix the TX ATT to the antenna by tightening the M6 screws
(four locations).
Fig. 4-14 38/52 GHz Band ODU Mounting Using NEC TX SPAN ATT (1/2)
Antenna Connection Unit
TX ATT

Antenna
Guide Pin
TX ATT

Flat Washer M6 (4ea)
Hexagon Socket
Head Cap Screw
M6 x 30 (4ea)
Packing (Supplied by Antenna)
Tighten the each
screw equally and
carefully by wrench
at diagonal position.
Installation to antenna
1 2
3 4
Note; Tightening torque
(M6) is 3 to 5 Nm
(Recommended)
ANTENNA DIRECT MOUTING WITH TX SPAN ATT
MOUNTING
4-28
Step Procedure
3 Insert the O-rings to port of the ODU.
4 Fix the ODU with hex screws (four locations) using the Allen
key wrench.
Note: Be careful not to damage the O-rings (TX ATT).
Fig. 4-14 38/52 GHz Band ODU Mounting Using NEC TX SPAN ATT (2/2)
Attachment of ODU

Hexagon Socket
Head Cap Screw M6
(Supplied by NEC with ODU)
ODU should be attached
by turning V up.
O-Ring
(Packing)
O-Ring
(Packing)
ODU side view
NEC ODU
TOP VIEW


SIDE VIEW
TX ATT
ODU
Antenna
TOP
TX ATT
MOUNTING
4-29
ODU DEMOUNTING FROM HYB
Step Procedure
1 Remove the four (or six) fixed bolts from the ODU.
2 Then demount the ODU.
Note: When demounting the ODU from HYB, mount the attached
SHORT PLATE to the demounted port of the HYB to avoid RF
power leaking from the hybrid and for waterproofing.
Fig. 4-15 13-52 GHz Band ODU Demounting
MOUNTING SHORT
PLATE TO THE ODU
PORT
MOUNTING HOLE
FOR SHORT
PLATE
SHORT
PLATE
MOUNTING
4-30
4.2.2 Wall Mounting
Procedure for mounting and demounting are described below.
(a) Mounting
The method of mounting is listed in Table 4-4.
1. When the ODU is mounted on the opposite side,
reassemble the bracket to the right position by the
procedure described in Fig. 4-18.
2. 7/8 GHz band ODU does not apply for waveguide
interface.
(b) Demounting
For demounting ODU (if necessary), use the following procedure.
Step Procedure
1 Remove the four fixed bolts from the ODU,
2 Then demount the ODU.
Table 4-4 Wall Mounting
Notes
WALL
MOUNTING
1 Fig. 4-16
2 Fig. 4-17
MOUNTING
4-31
Fig. 4-16 ODU, Waveguide Type of Wall Mounting (1/2)
220
100
100
60
60
Step 1. Using a center punch and hammer,
mark the ODU wall for drilling
holes with dimensions shown at
left,
Step 2. Using an electric drill, drill the
guide holes (4.8),
Step 3. Also,drill the specified holes
(18),
Unit : mm
Unit : mm
Unit : mm
MOUNTING
4-32
Fig. 4-16 ODU, Waveguide Type of Wall Mounting (2/2)
PLUG BOLT
BOLT
Step 4. Remove debris from the specified
hole and insert a plug-bolt into it,
Step 5. Make sure to insert the plug-bolt
fully,
Step 6. Screw the bolt using a wrench or
monkey wrench,
Step 7. Remove the bolt only.
M
O
U
N
T
I
N
G
4
-
3
3
Step 2. Mount the ODU with four screws (M6)
on the ODU, after the guide pin of the ODU and
the guide holl of the braket is matched.
Step 1. Fix the wall mounting bracket to
the wall with the six bolts (M6).
Note: When the ODU is mounted on the opposite side,
reassemble the ODU to the right position by the
procedure described in Fig. 4-16. Step 3. Check that the ODU and mounting
bracket are fixed firmly and
vertically.
FLAT WASHER *
SPRING WASHER *
BOLT *
Note: Tighten to 4.23 Nm torque.
Note: *Anchor bolts of 10 mm dia. shall
be prepared by the customer.
Fig. 4-17 ODU, Waveguide Type Wall Mounting Type
MOUNTING
4-34
Fig. 4-18 Wall Mounting Bracket, Reassembly (1/2)
SCREW
SCREW
BRACKET-1
Step 1. Loosen four screws, remove
bracket-1 from wall mounting type
bracket,
Step 2. Loosen two screws, remove
bracket-2 from the bracket-1,
SCREW
BRACKET-2
MOUNTING
4-35
Fig. 4-18 Wall Mounting Bracket, Reassembly (2/2)
FLAT WASHER
SPRING WASHER
SCREW (M6)
SCREW
SPRING WASHER
WASHER
Step 3. Turn the bracket-1 as shown at left,
Step 5. Mount the bracket shown at left
with four screws.
Step 4. Mount the bracket-1 and
the braket-2.
BRACKET-1
BRACKET-2
MOUNTING
4-36
4.2.3 19-inch Rack Mounting
Procedure for mounting and demounting are described below.
(a) Mounting
The method of mounting is shown in Fig. 4-19.
(b) Demounting
For demounting ODU (if necessary), use the following procedure.
Step Procedure
1 Remove the four fixed screws from the ODU,
2 Then demount the ODU.
M
O
U
N
T
I
N
G
4
-
3
7
Step 1. Fix the bracket on the 19-inch rack
with six fixing bolts.
Step 2. Mount the ODU on the bracket with four
fixing screws, after the guide pin of the
guide holl of the braket is matched.
Step 3. Check that the ODU and mounting
bracket are fixed firmly and vertically.
SCREW (M6)
SPRING WASHER
FLAT WASHER
Note: Tighten to 4.23 Ncm torque.
(Recommended)
Fig. 4-19 ODU, 19-inch Rack Mounting
MOUNTING
4-38
4.3 Waveguide Connection
The connection method of the waveguide type ODU is described in
following procedure.
Step Procedure
1 Insert the O-ring to the flange face of the ODU.
2 Conect the waveguide to the ODU, fix the waveguide to the
ODU with four bolts. (M4).
Note: -Be careful not to damage the O-ring.
-Four bolts are tightened so that there is space on
the flange face by even torque.
Notes: 1. Use suitable flange adapter between ODU and waveguide
depending on the waveguide type.
2. Connection of the waveguide is the same way as ODU is
wall mounted or 19-inch rack mounted.
The connection method of the antenna direct mounting type ODU is
referred to the following procedure.
Step Procedure
1 Mount the ODU bracket to the pole with two U-bolts,
Note: The diameter of the pole is from 48.5 to 114.5 millimeters.
WASHER
O- RING
WAVEGUIDE
BOLT (M4)
SPRING WASHER
MOUNTING
4-39
Step Procedure
2 Mount the ODU to the ODU bracket with attached four bolts
(Align the guide pins on the ODU and the guide holes on the
bracket),
Note: Be careful not to damage the O-ring.
3 Make sure that the ODU and the ODU bracket are fixed at
specified values.
ODU BRACKET
U-BOLT
POLE
FLAT WASHER
SPRING WASHER
THIN NUT (M10)
THICK NUT (M10)
Tightening torque: 33.93 Nm
(Recommended)
ODU BRACKET
Antenna direct
mounting type ODU
with NEC special
flange.
O-RING
(Note)
GUIDE PIN
MOUNTING
4-40
Step Procedure
4 Connect the waveguide to the ODU with four bolts. (M4).
Note: -Be careful not to damage the O-ring attached to the PBR
adapter.
-Four bolts are tightened so that there is no spaw on the flange
face by even torque.
BOLT (M4)
SPRING WASHER
WASHER
O-RING
WAVEGUIDE
WITH PBR( ) FLANGE
FRAME GROUNDING
5-1
5. FRAME GROUNDING
In mounting IDU and ODU, perform frame grounding. Location of frame
grounding in each of the IDU and ODU is shown in Fig. 5-1, and
connection for frame grounding is shown in Fig. 5-2.
Note: Connections for frame grounding are examples.
Fig. 5-1 Location of Frame Ground
FG
IFL MON
RX LEV
(IDU for 1+1 System)
Connect the ground cable.
Connect the ground cable.
PNMT LCT EOW1 EOW2
NE1 NE2 V11-PNMS-LAN EOW CALL RESET
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
PASOLINK Mx
ALM/AUX SC IN/OUT
2M IN / OUT-C 2M IN / OUT-B 2M IN / OUT-A
2MINTFC-M
R SW
IDU ODU MAINT
2MINTFC-S
PWR
(IDU for 1+0 System)
Connect the ground cable.
PNMT LCT EOW1 EOW2
NE1 NE2 V11-PNMS-LAN EOW CALL RESET
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
PASOLINK Mx
SW UNIT
ALM/AUX SC IN/OUT
2M IN / OUT-C 2MIN / OUT-B 2MIN / OUT-A
2MINTFC-M
R SW IDU
ALM STATUS
1
2
ODU RX TX
MAINT 2M INTFC-S
-43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
! -43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
!
FRAME GROUNDING
5-2
Fig. 5-2 Connection for Frame Grounding (1/2)
LIGHTNING ROD
OUTDOOR EARTH TERMINAL
(EXISTING OR CUSTOMER SUPPLIED
PROTECT AREA
EARTH LINE
ODU
INDOOR EARTH TERMINAL
IDU
EARTH LINE
GROUND
LEVEL
Caution 1: Install the ODU within the area protected by lightning rod.
When the antenna and ODU have separated, the antenna is mounted on
the protection area.
Caution 2: To avoid surge currents caused by lightning circulating in the equipment
earth system, connect the equipment earth system (frame ground) to
ground of lightning rod at ground level.
EARTH LINE (Grounding-resistance less than 10 ohms)
30 30
COAXIAL
CABLE
FRAME GROUNDING
5-3
Fig. 5-2 Connection for Frame Grounding (2/2)
LIGHTNING ROD
EARTH LINE
ODU
FG
EARTH LINE*
COAXIAL CABLE
INDOOR EARTH
GROUND
LEVEL
IDU
TERMINAL
(Grounding-resistance:
less than 10 ohms)
Coution:Install the Antenna within the area protected by lighhtning rod.
Note: * NEC recommends that frame ground of ODU should be connected to earth line as
NECs standard installation.
EP : Earthing Point of tower
FG : Frame Ground terminal
This connection is an example.
ISOLATED FROM
TOWER
(Grounding-resistance:
less than 10 ohms)
(Grounding-resistance of tower:
less than 10 ohms)
Grounding cable for ODU should be
connected to the nearest EP of the tower.
EP
FRAME GROUNDING
5-4
Termination of Grounding Cable
Step 1 The material and tools are prepard.
Step 2 Connect the cable to the terminal.
CABLE TERMINATION
6-1
6. CABLE TERMINATION
This section describes the cable termination method. The necessary tools
and materials are summarized in Table 6-1. The following cables are
described for reference.
D-sub connector
N-P connector of the L angle type
N-P connector of the straight type
Molex M5557-4R connector
Note: Use ISO standardized screw (mm unit) for D-SUB connector.
Table 6-1 Tools and Material List
No. NAME REMARKS
1 Soldering Iron
2 Screw Driver
3 Knife
4 Measure
5 Wire Stripper
6 Adjustable Wrench
7 Hand Crimping Tool
CL250-0012-2/
CL250-0013-5
For D-Sub connector
57026-5000/
57027-5000
For Molex connector
8 Solder
ROI-S04934 CABLE TERMINATION
6-2
6.1 Terminating Supervisory Cables with D-Sub Connector
Step 1. Strip back the cable sheath, taking
care not to damage the braided
shield,
50 mm
CABLE
Step 2. Fold back the braided shield (do
not separate the strands) and trim
it as shown,
WIRE
Step 3. Remove the insulation over a
length of 4 mm from the end of
the wire,
CONFORMABLE
WIRE SOCKET CONTACT
AWG#20-24 : CD-PC-111
AWG#24-28 : CD-PC-121
WIRE
4 mm
Step 4. Insert the cable into the socket
contact,
WIRE
SOCKET CONTACT
Step 5. Cable should be fitted, so that
insulation and bare wire are
arranged as shown,
CABLE TERMINATION ROI-S04934
6-3
Step 6. Mount the socket contact using a
hand crimping tool,
CONFORMING
WIRE SOCKET CONTACT
AWG#20-24 : TC-CD-111
AWG#24-28 : TC-CD-121
HAND CRIMPING TOOL
(HRS TC-CD-111/TC-CD-121)
Step 7. Recheck that the wire position is
as shown in step 5 before
crimping the socket contact (see
illustration at left),
WIRE SIDE
SOCKET CONTACT
WIRE
ROI-S04934 CABLE TERMINATION
6-4
Step 8. Wind the metallic shield tape on
the braided shield,
METALLIC SHIELD TAPE
Step 9. Set the cable into the plug case as
shown in figure,
Then, fit the cable using the cable
clamper and two screws,
CABLE CLAMPER
PLUG CASE
CABLE TERMINATION ROI-S04934
6-5
Step 10. Referring to circle A, fix drain
wire with screw,
Step 11. Referring to circle B, insert each
wire to the specified position,
Insert the socket contacts into the
upper and lower row positions
while taking care that the socket
contacts are inserted the right way
round,
(refer to para 3.1 Interface
Terminal and J acks in the MDP
Modulator-Demodulator in MDP
equipment description)
CIRCLE A
SCREW
DRAIN WIRE
CIRCLE B
ROI-S04934 CABLE TERMINATION
6-6
Step 12. Fix the plug case with two
screws, as shown in the figure.
SCREW
PLUG CASE
CABLE TERMINATION ROI-S04934
6-7
6.2 Terminating Coaxial (IF Signal) with N-P Connector (L Angle
Type)
KOMINE made
Note: Pay attention not to damage the plait.
Step 1. First fit the tying metal, washer
and gasket on the cable,
GASKET WASHER TYING METAL
CABLE
Step 2. Strip back the cable sheath, taking
care not to damage the braided
shield, and fit the clamp, CLAMP
9 mm
Step 3. Fold back the braided shield
(separating the strands of the
braid) and trim it,
ROI-S04934 CABLE TERMINATION
6-8
Step 4. Insert the ferrule,
FERRULE
Step 5. Fit the bush,
BUSH
Step 6. Cut the aluminium fail and inner
insulator away along the bush and
remain the inner conductor,
Step 7. Taper the edge of the center
conductor using a file as shown in
the circle,
Note : Pay attention not to occur
protrusions and indents.
CABLE TERMINATION ROI-S04934
6-9
Step 8. Mount the contact onto the center
conductor and mount insulator
onto the contact,
INSULATOR CONTACT
Step 9. Insert the cable into the shell,
Step 10. Tighten tying metal with wrench
point by wrench (Tighten with
torque 4 to 10 Nm).
WRENCH POINT
LESS THAN 0.1 mm
(USUALLY NO GAPS)
ROI-S04934 CABLE TERMINATION
6-10
Terminating Coaxial (IF Signal) with N-P Connector
(L Angle Type)
HIROSE made
Step 1. Pass the tightening nut, the
washer and the gasket on the
cable in the order shown in the
figure.

Then, strip the cable jacket in the
diameter shown in the figure.
Note: Be careful for insertion direction
of the gasket and the tightening
nut.
Note: Be careful not to damage the
outer conductor.
[Applicable cable : 8D-FB-E]
Step 2-1. Insert the clamp to the clamp to
the stripped cable jacket end,
Open the end of the outer
conductor a little,
Step 2-2. Insert the hood between the
plastic tape with aluminium
foil and the outer conductor,
Note: Use the insertion stick which
open the hole of about 9. No
gap is allowed in between the
clamp, the outer conductor and
the hood.
CABLE TERMINATION ROI-S04934
6-11
Step 3-1. After inserting the hood, cut off
the plastic tape with aluminium
foil and the dielectric at A-
surface,
Step 3-2. Cut off the part of the outer
conductor exceeding the clamp
rim with a knife,
Step 3-3. Check that distance between
the tip of the center conductor
and A-surface is 6 to 7 mm,

If it is 7 mm or more, cut the
center conductor,
Note: Be careful not to damage the
center conductor,
Note: Chamfer at the tip of the center
conductor,
Note: There shall be no evidence of
deviation or deformation or burr
at the tip of the center
conductor.
Step 4. Insert the insulation washer to the
center conductor, and engage it
the F/F contact,
Note: No gap is allowed in between the
F/F contact, the insulation
washer, and the dielectric.
Note: The assembly unit after the
completion of this process is
called "block".
ROI-S04934 CABLE TERMINATION
6-12
Step 5. Combine the convex part of the
clamp to the concave part of the
gasket, Then insert this block to
the shell,
Note: Insert the hood until it hits the B-
surface.
Step 6. Tighten the tightening nut
sufficiently until the gasket is cut
by the clamp and the tip of the
clamp hits the washer,
Note: Torque for the tightening nut
shall be 8 to 30Nm.
Note: When tightening the nut, tighten
with wrench at the wrench at the
wrench flat.
Note: Distance between the tightening
nut and the LP shell is 1.85 to
2.1 mm for reference.
Tighten the nut sufficiently.
L-type dimension and cutting length of
the cable.
Specified length L: Cutting length L25.
CABLE TERMINATION ROI-S04934
6-13
6.3 Terminating Coaxial (IF Signal) Cables with N-P Connector
(Straight Type)
In case of marking NDK on connector, please ask NEC for cable
processing.
Step 1. First fit the lock nut, washer and
gasket on the cable as shown,
CABLE
LOCK NUT WASHER GASKET
Step 2. Strip back the cable sheath, taking
care not to damage the braided
shield, and fit the clamp A,
CLAMP A
L
CONNECTOR
CABLE
TYPE
LENGTH
(L)
N260 5D-FB 25 mm
N227 8D-FB 25 mm
N228 10D-FB 27 mm
N229 12D-FB 27 mm
Step 3. Fold back the braided shield
(separating the strands of the
braid) and trim it,
Step 4. Cut away the insulation from the
center conductor and fit the clamp
B. Be sure not to cut or scratch the
conductor while stripping the
insulation,
4.0 mm
CLAMP B
CUT
ROI-S04934 CABLE TERMINATION
6-14
Step 5. Cut the center conductor. Taper
the end of the center conductor
using a file as shown in the circle,
12 mm
Step 6. Mount the center contact onto the
center conductor as shown,
1.5 mm
CENTER CONTACT
Note: Insert the center contact into
insulator (1.5 mm).
Step 7. Mount the insulator onto the
center contact,
TAPERING SIDE
INSULATOR
CABLE TERMINATION ROI-S04934
6-15
Step 8. Insert the cable into the connector
shell,
CONNECTOR SHELL
Step 9. Tighten the lock nut.
LOCK NUT
Less than 0.5 mm
ROI-S04934 CABLE TERMINATION
6-16
6.4 Terminating Power Supply Cables with Molex Connector
Step 1. Remove 3.0 to 3.5 mm of
insulation,

CABLE
AWG#18-24
POWER SUPPLY CABLE
3.0 to 3.5 mm
FOR 48 V, 1A
Step 2. Set the socket contact to the
following position onto a hand
crimping tool,
HAND CRIMPING TOOL
57026-5000 Molex
or 57027-5000
( )
HAND CRIMPING
TOOL TYPE
57026-5000
57027-5000
OUTSIDE DIAMETER
OF CABLE
1.5 to 1.8
1.8 to 2.2
2.3 to 2.6
2.6 to 3.1
SET
POSITION
1
2
1
2
1
2
CABLE TERMINATION ROI-S04934
6-17
Step 3. Squeeze the handle of the hand
crimping tool, insert cable into
socket contact,
Step 4. Cable should fit, so insulation
and bare wire are arranged as
shown,
Step 5. Squeeze the handle of the hand
crimping tool until ratchet is
released,
INSULATION BARREL WIRE BARREL
WIRE STRIP LENGTH
Step 6. Insert socket contacts into the
power connector till they lock.
0 V
POWER CONNECTOR
-48V
CABLE TERMINATION
6-18
6.5 Cable Assembling for MDR Interface
(1) MDR - D-sub Interface Cable
(D-sub 37 Male - MDR68/36 Female)
Interface cable with MDR and D-sub connectors are described
below. (Refer to (2) for D-sub 37 Female - MDR68/36 Female)
The interface cables are connected with D-sub connectors to extend.
MDR36 D-sub37 Male
D-sub37 Male
MDR68
(a) Interface Cable with MDR and D-sub (Mail) Connectors
D-sub37 Male
A
B
C
B
A
Pin assignment of the cable wiring are refered to Table 2-5 to Table 2-9.
Note: If the D-sub connector is not used, cut the cable at the D-sub connector and attach
other connector for users own convenience. (MDR cable length is approx. 40 cm
and wire size is AWG#28.)
Female
Female
PNMT LCT EOW1 EOW2
NE1 NE2 V11-PNMS-LAN EOW CALL RESET
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
PASOLINK Mx
SW UNIT
ALM/AUX SC IN/OUT
2M IN / OUT-C 2MIN / OUT-B 2MIN / OUT-A
2MINTFC-M
R SW IDU
ALM STATUS
1
2
ODU RX TX
MAINT 2M INTFC-S
MDR36 *3 MDR68 *2 MDR68 *1
D-sub37 Male
D-sub37 Female
(b) Interface Cable with MDR and D-sub (Mail) Connection
*1 : Table 2-5 and Table 2-6
*2 : Table 2-7 and Table 2-8
*3 : Table 2-9
Refer to following Tables for pin assignement of the D-sub connectors.
-43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
! -43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
!
CABLE TERMINATION
6-19
No. 18 White Red
CH8 INPUT No. 18 White Black CH8 INPUT
No. 19 Yellow Red
CH8 OUTPUT No. 19 Yellow Black CH8 OUTPUT
No. 20 Pink Red
CH7 INPUT No. 20 Pink Black CH7 INPUT
No. 21 Orange Red
CH7 OUTPUT No. 21 Orange Black CH7 OUTPUT
No. 22 Gray Red
CH6 INPUT No. 22 Gray Black CH6 INPUT
No. 23 White Red
CH6 OUTPUT No. 23 White Black CH6 OUTPUT
No. 24 Yellow Red
CH5 INPUT No. 24 Yellow Black CH5 INPUT
No. 25 Pink Red
CH5 OUTPUT No. 25 Pink Black CH5 OUTPUT
No. 26 Orange Red
CH4 INPUT No. 26 Orange Black CH4 INPUT
No. 27 Gray Red
CH4 OUTPUT No. 27 Gray Black CH4 OUTPUT
No. 28 White Red
CH3 INPUT No. 28 White Black CH3 INPUT
No. 29 Yellow Red
CH3 OUTPUT No. 29 Yellow Black CH3 OUTPUT
No. 30 Pink Red
CH2 INPUT No. 30 Pink Black CH2 INPUT
No. 31 Orange Red
CH2 OUTPUT No. 31 Orange Black CH2 OUTPUT
No. 32 Gray Red
CH1 INPUT No. 32 Gray Black CH1 INPUT
No. 33 White Red
CH1 OUTPUT No. 33 White Black CH1 OUTPUT
No. 34 Yellow Red
D-SUB 37-A
CONNECTOR
(Male)
MDR 68-C
CONNECTOR
Pin
No.
Cable
No.
Cable
Color
Mark
Pin
No.
4(+)
23()
3(+)
22()
6(+)
25()
5(+)
24()
8(+)
27()
7(+)
26()
10(+)
29()
9(+)
28()
12(+)
31()
11(+)
30()
14(+)
33()
13(+)
32()
16(+)
35()
15(+)
34()
18(+)
37()
17(+)
36()
19(G)
1
2
20
21
18(+)
52()
19(+)
53()
20(+)
54()
21(+)
55()
22(+)
56()
23(+)
57()
24(+)
58()
25(+)
59()
26(+)
60()
27(+)
61()
28(+)
62()
29(+)
63()
30(+)
64()
31(+)
65()
32(+)
66()
33(+)
67()
34(G)
68
IDU
2M IN/OUT-A
(CH1 to CH8)
Table 6-2 Cable Wiring for the IDU 2M IN/OUT A (CH1 to CH8)
CABLE TERMINATION
6-20
No. 1 Orange Black
No. 2 Gray Red
CH16 INPUT No. 2 Gray Black CH16 INPUT
No. 3 White Red
CH16 OUTPUT No. 3 White Black CH16 OUTPUT
No. 4 Yellow Red
CH15 INPUT No. 4 Yellow Black CH15 INPUT
No. 5 Pink Red
CH15 OUTPUT No. 5 Pink Black CH15 OUTPUT
No. 6 Orange Red
CH14 INPUT No. 6 Orange Black CH14 INPUT
No. 7 Gray Red
CH14 OUTPUT No. 7 Gray Black CH14 OUTPUT
No. 8 White Red
CH13 INPUT No. 8 White Black CH13 INPUT
No. 9 Yellow Red
CH13 OUTPUT No. 9 Yellow Black CH13 OUTPUT
No. 10 Pink Red
CH12 INPUT No. 10 Pink Black CH12 INPUT
No. 11 Orange Red
CH12 OUTPUT No. 11 Orange Black CH12 OUTPUT
No. 12 Gray Red
CH11 INPUT No. 12 Gray Black CH11 INPUT
No. 13 White Red
CH11 OUTPUT No. 13 White Black CH11 OUTPUT
No. 14 Yellow Red
CH10 INPUT No. 14 Yellow Black CH10 INPUT
No. 15 Pink Red
CH10 OUTPUT No. 15 Pink Black CH10 OUTPUT
No. 16 Orange Red
CH9 INPUT No. 16 Orange Black CH9 INPUT
No. 17 Gray Red
CH9 OUTPUT No. 17 Gray Black CH9 OUTPUT
D-SUB 37-B
CONNECTOR
(Male)
MDR 68-C
CONNECTOR
Pin
No.
Cable
No.
Cable
Color
Mark
Pin
No.
1
35(G)
2(+)
36()
3(+)
37()
4(+)
38()
5(+)
39()
6(+)
40()
7(+)
41()
8(+)
42()
9(+)
43()
10(+)
44()
11(+)
45()
12(+)
46()
13(+)
47()
14(+)
48()
15(+)
49()
16(+)
50()
17(+)
51()
1
19(G)
4(+)
23()
3(+)
22()
6(+)
25()
5(+)
24()
8(+)
27()
7(+)
26()
10(+)
29()
9(+)
28()
12(+)
31()
11(+)
30()
14(+)
33()
13(+)
32()
16(+)
35()
15(+)
34()
18(+)
37()
17(+)
36()
2
20
21
IDU
2M IN/OUT-A
(CH9 to CH16)
Table 6-3 Cable Wiring for the IDU 2M IN/OUT A (CH 9 to CH16)
CABLE TERMINATION
6-21
No. 18 White Red
CH24 INPUT No. 18 White Black CH24 INPUT
No. 19 Yellow Red
CH24 OUTPUT No. 19 Yellow Black CH24 OUTPUT
No. 20 Pink Red
CH23 INPUT No. 20 Pink Black CH23 INPUT
No. 21 Orange Red
CH23 OUTPUT No. 21 Orange Black CH23 OUTPUT
No. 22 Gray Red
CH22 INPUT No. 22 Gray Black CH22 INPUT
No. 23 White Red
CH22 OUTPUT No. 23 White Black CH22 OUTPUT
No. 24 Yellow Red
CH21 INPUT No. 24 Yellow Black CH21 INPUT
No. 25 Pink Red
CH21 OUTPUT No. 25 Pink Black CH21 OUTPUT
No. 26 Orange Red
CH20 INPUT No. 26 Orange Black CH20 INPUT
No. 27 Gray Red
CH20 OUTPUT No. 27 Gray Black CH20 OUTPUT
No. 28 White Red
CH19 INPUT No. 28 White Black CH19 INPUT
No. 29 Yellow Red
CH19 OUTPUT No. 29 Yellow Black CH19 OUTPUT
No. 30 Pink Red
CH18 INPUT No. 30 Pink Black CH18 INPUT
No. 31 Orange Red
CH18 OUTPUT No. 31 Orange Black CH18 OUTPUT
No. 32 Gray Red
CH17 INPUT No. 32 Gray Black CH17 INPUT
No. 33 White Red
CH17 OUTPUT No. 33 White Black CH17 OUTPUT
No. 34 Yellow Red
D-SUB 37-A
CONNECTOR
(Male)
MDR 68-C
CONNECTOR
Pin
No.
Cable
No.
Cable
Color
Mark
Pin
No.
4(+)
23()
3(+)
22()
6(+)
25()
5(+)
24()
8(+)
27()
7(+)
26()
10(+)
29()
9(+)
28()
12(+)
31()
11(+)
30()
14(+)
33()
13(+)
32()
16(+)
35()
15(+)
34()
18(+)
37()
17(+)
36()
19(G)
1
2
20
21
18(+)
52()
19(+)
53()
20(+)
54()
21(+)
55()
22(+)
56()
23(+)
57()
24(+)
58()
25(+)
59()
26(+)
60()
27(+)
61()
28(+)
62()
29(+)
63()
30(+)
64()
31(+)
65()
32(+)
66()
33(+)
67()
34(G)
68
IDU
2M IN/OUT-B
(CH17 to CH24)
Table 6-4 Cable Wiring for the IDU 2M IN/OUT B (CH17 to CH24)
CABLE TERMINATION
6-22
No. 1 Orange Black
No. 2 Gray Red
CH32 INPUT No. 2 Gray Black CH32 INPUT
No. 3 White Red
CH32 OUTPUT No. 3 White Black CH32 OUTPUT
No. 4 Yellow Red
CH31 INPUT No. 4 Yellow Black CH31 INPUT
No. 5 Pink Red
CH31 OUTPUT No. 5 Pink Black CH31 OUTPUT
No. 6 Orange Red
CH30 INPUT No. 6 Orange Black CH30 INPUT
No. 7 Gray Red
CH30 OUTPUT No. 7 Gray Black CH30 OUTPUT
No. 8 White Red
CH29 INPUT No. 8 White Black CH29 INPUT
No. 9 Yellow Red
CH29 OUTPUT No. 9 Yellow Black CH29 OUTPUT
No. 10 Pink Red
CH28 INPUT No. 10 Pink Black CH28 INPUT
No. 11 Orange Red
CH28 OUTPUT No. 11 Orange Black CH28 OUTPUT
No. 12 Gray Red
CH27 INPUT No. 12 Gray Black CH27 INPUT
No. 13 White Red
CH27 OUTPUT No. 13 White Black CH27 OUTPUT
No. 14 Yellow Red
CH26 INPUT No. 14 Yellow Black CH26 INPUT
No. 15 Pink Red
CH26 OUTPUT No. 15 Pink Black CH26 OUTPUT
No. 16 Orange Red
CH25 INPUT No. 16 Orange Black CH25 INPUT
No. 17 Gray Red
CH25 OUTPUT No. 17 Gray Black CH25 OUTPUT
D-SUB 37-B
CONNECTOR
(Male)
MDR 68-C
CONNECTOR
Pin
No.
Cable
No.
Cable
Color
Mark
Pin
No.
1
35(G)
2(+)
36()
3(+)
37()
4(+)
38()
5(+)
39()
6(+)
40()
7(+)
41()
8(+)
42()
9(+)
43()
10(+)
44()
11(+)
45()
12(+)
46()
13(+)
47()
14(+)
48()
15(+)
49()
16(+)
50()
17(+)
51()
1
19(G)
4(+)
23()
3(+)
22()
6(+)
25()
5(+)
24()
8(+)
27()
7(+)
26()
10(+)
29()
9(+)
28()
12(+)
31()
11(+)
30()
14(+)
33()
13(+)
32()
16(+)
35()
15(+)
34()
18(+)
37()
17(+)
36()
2
20
21
IDU
2M IN/OUT-B
(CH25 to CH32)
Table 6-5 Cable Wiring for the IDU 2M IN/OUT B (CH25 to CH32)
CABLE TERMINATION
6-23
No. 2 Gray Red
CH40 INPUT No. 2 Gray Black CH40 INPUT
No. 3 White Red
CH40 OUTPUT No. 3 White Black CH40 OUTPUT
No. 4 Yellow Red
CH39 INPUT No. 4 Yellow Black CH39 INPUT
No. 5 Pink Red
CH39 OUTPUT No. 5 Pink Black CH39 OUTPUT
No. 6 Orange Red
CH38 INPUT No. 6 Orange Black CH38 INPUT
No. 7 Gray Red
CH38 OUTPUT No. 7 Gray Black CH38 OUTPUT
No. 8 White Red
CH37 INPUT No. 8 White Black CH37 INPUT
No. 9 Yellow Red
CH37 OUTPUT No. 9 Yellow Black CH37 OUTPUT
No. 10 Pink Red
CH36 INPUT No. 10 Pink Black CH36 INPUT
No. 11 Orange Red
CH36 OUTPUT No. 11 Orange Black CH36 OUTPUT
No. 12 Gray Red
CH35 INPUT No. 12 Gray Black CH35 INPUT
No. 13 White Red
CH35 OUTPUT No. 13 White Black CH35 OUTPUT
No. 14 Yellow Red
CH34 INPUT No. 14 Yellow Black CH34 INPUT
No. 15 Pink Red
CH34 OUTPUT No. 15 Pink Black CH34 OUTPUT
No. 16 Orange Red
CH33 INPUT No. 16 Orange Black CH33 INPUT
No. 17 Gray Red
CH33 OUTPUT No. 17 Gray Black CH33 OUTPUT
No. 18 White Red
1
19(G)
2(+)
20()
3(+)
21()
4(+)
22()
5(+)
23()
6(+)
24()
7(+)
25()
8(+)
26()
9(+)
27()
10(+)
28()
11(+)
29()
12(+)
30()
13(+)
31()
14(+)
32()
15(+)
33()
16(+)
34()
17(+)
35()
18(G)
36
1
20(G)
4(+)
23()
3(+)
22()
6(+)
25()
5(+)
24()
8(+)
27()
7(+)
26()
10(+)
29()
9(+)
28()
12(+)
31()
11(+)
30()
14(+)
33()
13(+)
32()
16(+)
35()
15(+)
34()
18(+)
37()
17(+)
36()
19(G)
2
21
MDR 36-A
CONNECTOR
(Male)
D-SUB 37-B
CONNECTOR
Pin
No.
Cable
No.
Cable
Color
Mark
Pin
No.
IDU
2M IN/OUT-C
(CH33 to CH40)
Table 6-6 Cable Wiring for the IDU 2M IN/OUT C (CH33 to CH40)
CABLE TERMINATION
6-24
(2) MDR - D-sub Interface Cable
(D-sub 37 Female - MDR68/36 Female)
Interface cable with MDR and D-sub connectors are described
below. (Refer to (1) for D-sub 37 Male - MDR68/36 Female)
The interface cables are connected with D-sub connectors to extend.
MDR36 D-sub37 Female
D-sub37 Female
MDR68
(a) Interface Cable with MDR and D-sub (Female) Connectors
D-sub37 Female A
B
C
B
A
Pin assignment of the cable wiring are refered to Table 2-10 to Table 2-14.
Note: If the D-sub connector is not used, cut the cable at the D-sub connector and attach
other connector for users own convenience. (MDR cable length is approx. 40 cm
and wire size is AWG#28.)
Female
Female
PNMT LCT EOW1 EOW2
NE1 NE2 V11-PNMS-LAN EOW CALL RESET
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
PASOLINK Mx
SW UNIT
ALM/AUX SC IN/OUT
2M IN / OUT-C 2MIN / OUT-B 2MIN / OUT-A
2MINTFC-M
R SW IDU
ALM STATUS
1
2
ODU RX TX
MAINT 2M INTFC-S
MDR36 *3 MDR68 *2 MDR68 *1
D-sub37 Female
D-sub37 Male
(b) Interface Cable with MDR and D-sub (Female) Connection
*1 : Table 2-10 and Table 2-11
*2 : Table 2-12 and Table 2-13
*3 : Table 2-14
Refer to following Tables for pin assignement of the D-sub connectors.
-43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
! -43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
!
CABLE TERMINATION
6-25
No. 1 Orange Red
CH8 INPUT No. 1 Orange Black CH8 INPUT
No. 2 Gray Red
CH8 OUTPUT No. 2 Gray Black CH8 OUTPUT
No. 3 White Red
CH7 INPUT No. 3 White Black CH7 INPUT
No. 4 Yellow Red
CH7 OUTPUT No. 4 Yellow Black CH7 OUTPUT
No. 5 Pink Red
CH6 INPUT No. 5 Pink Black CH6 INPUT
No. 6 Orange Red
CH6 OUTPUT No. 6 Orange Black CH6 OUTPUT
No. 7 Gray Red
CH5 INPUT No. 7 Gray Black CH5 INPUT
No. 8 White Red
CH5 OUTPUT No. 8 White Black CH5 OUTPUT
No. 9 Yellow Red
CH4 INPUT No. 9 Yellow Black CH4 INPUT
No. 10 Pink Red
CH4 OUTPUT No. 10 Pink Black CH4 OUTPUT
No. 11 Orange Red
CH3 INPUT No. 11 Orange Black CH3 INPUT
No. 12 Gray Red
CH3 OUTPUT No. 12 Gray Black CH3 OUTPUT
No. 13 White Red
CH2 INPUT No. 13 White Black CH2 INPUT
No. 14 Yellow Red
CH2 OUTPUT No. 14 Yellow Black CH2 OUTPUT
No. 15 Pink Red
CH1 INPUT No. 15 Pink Black CH1 INPUT
No. 16 Orange Red
CH1 OUTPUT No. 16 Orange Black CH1 OUTPUT
No. 17 Gray Red
No. 17 Gray Black
D-SUB 37-A
CONNECTOR
(Female)
MDR 68-C
CONNECTOR
Pin
No.
Cable
No.
Cable
Color
Mark
Pin
No.
1(+)
2()
20(+)
21()
3(+)
4()
22(+)
23()
6(+)
7()
25(+)
26()
8(+)
9()
27(+)
28()
11(+)
12()
29(+)
30()
13(+)
14()
31(+)
32()
16(+)
17()
34(+)
35()
18(+)
19()
36(+)
37()
5(G)
24(G)
18(+)
52()
19(+)
53()
20(+)
54()
21(+)
55()
22(+)
56()
23(+)
57()
24(+)
58()
25(+)
59()
26(+)
60()
27(+)
61()
28(+)
62()
29(+)
63()
30(+)
64()
31(+)
65()
32(+)
66()
33(+)
67()
34(G)
68(G)
IDU
2M IN/OUT-A
(CH1 to CH8)
Table 6-7 Cable Wiring for the IDU 2M IN/OUT A (CH1 to CH8)
CABLE TERMINATION
6-26
No. 1 Orange Red
No. 1 Orange Black
No. 2 Gray Red
CH16 INPUT No. 2 Gray Black CH16 INPUT
No. 3 White Red
CH16 OUTPUT No. 3 White Black CH16 OUTPUT
No. 4 Yellow Red
CH15 INPUT No. 4 Yellow Black CH15 INPUT
No. 5 Pink Red
CH15 OUTPUT No. 5 Pink Black CH15 OUTPUT
No. 6 Orange Red
CH14 INPUT No. 6 Orange Black CH14 INPUT
No. 7 Gray Red
CH14 OUTPUT No. 7 Gray Black CH14 OUTPUT
No. 8 White Red
CH13 INPUT No. 8 White Black CH13 INPUT
No. 9 Yellow Red
CH13 OUTPUT No. 9 Yellow Black CH13 OUTPUT
No. 10 Pink Red
CH12 INPUT No. 10 Pink Black CH12 INPUT
No. 11 Orange Red
CH12 OUTPUT No. 11 Orange Black CH12 OUTPUT
No. 12 Gray Red
CH11 INPUT No. 12 Gray Black CH11 INPUT
No. 13 White Red
CH11 OUTPUT No. 13 White Black CH11 OUTPUT
No. 14 Yellow Red
CH10 INPUT No. 14 Yellow Black CH10 INPUT
No. 15 Pink Red
CH10 OUTPUT No. 15 Pink Black CH10 OUTPUT
No. 16 Orange Red
CH9 INPUT No. 16 Orange Black CH9 INPUT
No. 17 Gray Red
CH9 OUTPUT No. 17 Gray Black CH9 OUTPUT
D-SUB 37-B
CONNECTOR
(Female)
MDR 68-C
CONNECTOR
Pin
No.
Cable
No.
Cable
Color
Mark
Pin
No.
1(G)
35(G)
2(+)
36()
3(+)
37()
4(+)
38()
5(+)
39()
6(+)
40()
7(+)
41()
8(+)
42()
9(+)
43()
10(+)
44()
11(+)
45()
12(+)
46()
13(+)
47()
14(+)
48()
15(+)
49()
16(+)
50()
17(+)
51()
33(G)
15(G)
1(+)
2()
20(+)
21()
3(+)
4()
22(+)
23()
6(+)
7()
25(+)
26()
8(+)
9()
27(+)
28()
11(+)
12()
29(+)
30()
13(+)
14()
31(+)
32()
16(+)
17()
34(+)
35()
18(+)
19()
36(+)
37()
IDU
2M IN/OUT-A
(CH9 to CH16)
Table 6-8 Cable Wiring for the IDU 2M IN/OUT A (CH 9 to CH16)
CABLE TERMINATION
6-27
No. 1 Orange Red
CH24 INPUT No. 1 Orange Black CH24 INPUT
No. 2 Gray Red
CH24 OUTPUT No. 2 Gray Black CH24 OUTPUT
No. 3 White Red
CH23 INPUT No. 3 White Black CH23 INPUT
No. 4 Yellow Red
CH23 OUTPUT No. 4 Yellow Black CH23 OUTPUT
No. 5 Pink Red
CH22 INPUT No. 5 Pink Black CH22 INPUT
No. 6 Orange Red
CH22 OUTPUT No. 6 Orange Black CH22 OUTPUT
No. 7 Gray Red
CH21 INPUT No. 7 Gray Black CH21 INPUT
No. 8 White Red
CH21 OUTPUT No. 8 White Black CH21 OUTPUT
No. 9 Yellow Red
CH20 INPUT No. 9 Yellow Black CH20 INPUT
No. 10 Pink Red
CH20 OUTPUT No. 10 Pink Black CH20 OUTPUT
No. 11 Orange Red
CH19 INPUT No. 11 Orange Black CH19 INPUT
No. 12 Gray Red
CH19 OUTPUT No. 12 Gray Black CH19 OUTPUT
No. 13 White Red
CH18 INPUT No. 13 White Black CH18 INPUT
No. 14 Yellow Red
CH18 OUTPUT No. 14 Yellow Black CH18 OUTPUT
No. 15 Pink Red
CH17 INPUT No. 15 Pink Black CH17 INPUT
No. 16 Orange Red
CH17 OUTPUT No. 16 Orange Black CH17 OUTPUT
No. 17 Gray Red
No. 17 Gray Black
D-SUB 37-A
CONNECTOR
(Female)
MDR 68-C
CONNECTOR
Pin
No.
Cable
No.
Cable
Color
Mark
Pin
No.
1(+)
2()
20(+)
21()
3(+)
4()
22(+)
23()
6(+)
7()
25(+)
26()
8(+)
9()
27(+)
28()
11(+)
12()
29(+)
30()
13(+)
14()
31(+)
32()
16(+)
17()
34(+)
35()
18(+)
19()
36(+)
37()
5(G)
24(G)
18(+)
52()
19(+)
53()
20(+)
54()
21(+)
55()
22(+)
56()
23(+)
57()
24(+)
58()
25(+)
59()
26(+)
60()
27(+)
61()
28(+)
62()
29(+)
63()
30(+)
64()
31(+)
65()
32(+)
66()
33(+)
67()
34(G)
68(G)
IDU
2M IN/OUT-A
(CH1 to CH8)
Table 6-9 Cable Wiring for the IDU 2M IN/OUT B (CH17 to CH24)
CABLE TERMINATION
6-28
No. 1 Orange Red
No. 1 Orange Black
No. 2 Gray Red
CH32 INPUT No. 2 Gray Black CH32 INPUT
No. 3 White Red
CH32 OUTPUT No. 3 White Black CH32 OUTPUT
No. 4 Yellow Red
CH31 INPUT No. 4 Yellow Black CH31 INPUT
No. 5 Pink Red
CH31 OUTPUT No. 5 Pink Black CH31 OUTPUT
No. 6 Orange Red
CH30 INPUT No. 6 Orange Black CH30 INPUT
No. 7 Gray Red
CH30 OUTPUT No. 7 Gray Black CH30 OUTPUT
No. 8 White Red
CH29 INPUT No. 8 White Black CH29 INPUT
No. 9 Yellow Red
CH29 OUTPUT No. 9 Yellow Black CH29 OUTPUT
No. 10 Pink Red
CH28 INPUT No. 10 Pink Black CH28 INPUT
No. 11 Orange Red
CH28 OUTPUT No. 11 Orange Black CH28 OUTPUT
No. 12 Gray Red
CH27 INPUT No. 12 Gray Black CH27 INPUT
No. 13 White Red
CH27 OUTPUT No. 13 White Black CH27 OUTPUT
No. 14 Yellow Red
CH26 INPUT No. 14 Yellow Black CH26 INPUT
No. 15 Pink Red
CH262 OUTPUT No. 15 Pink Black CH26 OUTPUT
No. 16 Orange Red
CH25 INPUT No. 16 Orange Black CH25 INPUT
No. 17 Gray Red
CH25 OUTPUT No. 17 Gray Black CH25 OUTPUT
D-SUB 37-B
CONNECTOR
(Female)
MDR 68-C
CONNECTOR
Pin
No.
Cable
No.
Cable
Color
Mark
Pin
No.
1(G)
35(G)
2(+)
36()
3(+)
37()
4(+)
38()
5(+)
39()
6(+)
40()
7(+)
41()
8(+)
42()
9(+)
43()
10(+)
44()
11(+)
45()
12(+)
46()
13(+)
47()
14(+)
48()
15(+)
49()
16(+)
50()
17(+)
51()
33(G)
15(G)
1(+)
2()
20(+)
21()
3(+)
4()
22(+)
23()
6(+)
7()
25(+)
26()
8(+)
9()
27(+)
28()
11(+)
12()
29(+)
30()
13(+)
14()
31(+)
32()
16(+)
17()
34(+)
35()
18(+)
19()
36(+)
37()
IDU
2M IN/OUT-A
(CH9 to CH16)
Table 6-10 Cable Wiring for the IDU 2M IN/OUT B (CH 25 to CH32)
CABLE TERMINATION
6-29
No. 1 Orange Red
No. 1 Orange Black
No. 2 Gray Red
CH40 INPUT No. 2 Gray Black CH40 INPUT
No. 3 White Red
CH40 OUTPUT No. 3 White Black CH40 OUTPUT
No. 4 Yellow Red
CH39 INPUT No. 4 Yellow Black CH39 INPUT
No. 5 Pink Red
CH39 OUTPUT No. 5 Pink Black CH39 OUTPUT
No. 6 Orange Red
CH38 INPUT No. 6 Orange Black CH38 INPUT
No. 7 Gray Red
CH38 OUTPUT No. 7 Gray Black CH38 OUTPUT
No. 8 White Red
CH37 INPUT No. 8 White Black CH37 INPUT
No. 9 Yellow Red
CH37 OUTPUT No. 9 Yellow Black CH37 OUTPUT
No. 10 Pink Red
CH36 INPUT No. 10 Pink Black CH36 INPUT
No. 11 Orange Red
CH36 OUTPUT No. 11 Orange Black CH36 OUTPUT
No. 12 Gray Red
CH35 INPUT No. 12 Gray Black CH35 INPUT
No. 13 White Red
CH35 OUTPUT No. 13 White Black CH35 OUTPUT
No. 14 Yellow Red
CH34 INPUT No. 14 Yellow Black CH34 INPUT
No. 15 Pink Red
CH34 OUTPUT No. 15 Pink Black CH34 OUTPUT
No. 16 Orange Red
CH33 INPUT No. 16 Orange Black CH33 INPUT
No. 17 Gray Red
CH33 OUTPUT No. 17 Gray Black CH33 OUTPUT
No. 18 White Red
No. 18 White Black
1(G)
19(G)
2(+)
20()
3(+)
21()
4(+)
22()
5(+)
23()
6(+)
24()
7(+)
25()
8(+)
26()
9(+)
27()
10(+)
28()
11(+)
29()
12(+)
30()
13(+)
31()
14(+)
32()
15(+)
33()
16(+)
34()
17(+)
35()
18(G)
36(G)
5(G)
24(G)
1(+)
2()
20(+)
21()
3(+)
4()
22(+)
23()
6(+)
7()
25(+)
26()
8(+)
9()
27(+)
28()
11(+)
12()
29(+)
30()
13(+)
14()
31(+)
32()
16(+)
17()
34(+)
35()
18(+)
19()
36(+)
37()
15(G)
33(G)
MDR 36-A
CONNECTOR
(Female)
D-SUB 37-B
CONNECTOR
Pin
No.
Cable
No.
Cable
Color
Mark
Pin
No.
IDU
2M IN/OUT-C
(CH33 to CH40)
Table 6-11 Cable Wiring for the IDU 2M IN/OUT C (CH33 to CH40)
CABLE TERMINATION
6-30
6.6 Cable Assembling for the I/O Board
MDR36 D-sub37 male
D-sub37 male
MDR68
To/From the IDU
To/From users equipment or
I/O BOARD1 (optional) which
provides D-sub and BNC connectors.
(a) Interface Cable Sample-1
CH1-CH8 IN/OUT TRAFFIC IN
CH1 CH2
CH9 CH10
CH3 CH4
CH11 CH12
CH5 CH6
CH13 CH14
CH7 CH8
CH5 CH16
CH9-CH16 IN/OUT
TRAFFIC OUT
CH1 CH2
CH9 CH10
CH3 CH4
CH11 CH12
CH5 CH6
CH13 CH14
CH7 CH8
CH5 CH16
PNMT LCT EOW1 EOW2
NE1 NE2 V11-PNMS-LAN EOW CALL RESET
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
PASOLINK Mx
SW UNIT
ALM/AUX SC IN/OUT
2M IN / OUT-C 2MIN / OUT-B 2MIN / OUT-A
2MINTFC-M
R SW IDU
ALM STATUS
1
2
ODU RX TX
MAINT 2M INTFC-S
MDR36 MDR68 MDR68
CH1-CH8 IN/OUT TRAFFIC IN
CH1 CH2
CH9 CH10
CH3 CH4
CH11 CH12
CH5 CH6
CH13 CH14
CH7 CH8
CH5 CH16
CH9-CH16 IN/OUT
TRAFFIC OUT
CH1 CH2
CH9 CH10
CH3 CH4
CH11 CH12
CH5 CH6
CH13 CH14
CH7 CH8
CH5 CH16
CH1-CH8 IN/OUT TRAFFIC IN
CH1 CH2
CH9 CH10
CH3 CH4
CH11 CH12
CH5 CH6
CH13 CH14
CH7 CH8
CH5 CH16
CH9-CH16 IN/OUT
TRAFFIC OUT
CH1 CH2
CH9 CH10
CH3 CH4
CH11 CH12
CH5 CH6
CH13 CH14
CH7 CH8
CH5 CH16
BNC plug
D-sub37
(b) I/O BOARD1 (optional)
-43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
! -43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
!
CABLE TERMINATION
6-31
(a) Instruction of 3C-2V Coaxial Cable Assembling for BNC
Connector
Prepare following tools for 3C-2V cable termination assembling
for the I/O BOARD.
Knife Wire cutter Soldering iron Wrench set
LOCK NUT CLAMP 1 CLAMP 2 SHELL
Step 1. Slide the lock nut onto the cable.
Strip the cable sheath, taking care
not to damage the braided shield
wires, and fit CLAMP 1.
15.5 mm
(39/64")
Note: Stripping measurements depend on the BNC type.
Step 2. Fold the braided shield wire
around the CLAMP 1 (without
separating the strands of the
braid) and trim it. trim
Step 3. Cut away the insulator from the
centre conductor and fit CLAMP
2. (Be sure not to cut or scratch
the conductor while stripping the
insulation.)
7 mm
(9/32")
CABLE TERMINATION
6-32
Step 4. Solder the pin contact to center
conductor. Use a knife to remove
excess solder.
SOLDERING
Step 5. Insert the connectorized cable
into the BNC shell and fasten the
lock nut with a wrench.
CABLE TERMINATION
6-33
(b) Instruction of Cable Assembling for Coax-Clamp Connector (used
for unbalanced impedance)
MDR68
MDR68
MDR36
MDR36
To/From the IDU
To/From the
I/O BOARD2 (optional) which
provides MDR and Mini-Clamp
connectors.
(MDR cable length is approx.
30 cm and wire size is
AWG#28.)
Note: Mini-Clamp/Coax-
Clamp connector is
used for interface with
users equipment.
Refer to following
Instruction of Cable
Assembling for Mini-
Clamp/Coax-Clamp
Connector)
(a) Interface Cable Sample-2
-43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
!
16 1
2M IN/OUT-A
16 1
2M IN/OUT-B
TRAFFIC PORT-C 8 1
2M IN/OUT-C
I/O BOARD
PNMT LCT EOW1 EOW2
NE1 NE2 V11-PNMS-LAN EOW CALL RESET
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
PASOLINK Mx
SW UNIT
ALM/AUX SC IN/OUT
2M IN / OUT-C 2M IN / OUT-B 2M IN / OUT-A
2M INTFC-M
R SW IDU
ALM STATUS
1
2
ODU RX TX
MAINT 2MINTFC-S
TRAFFIC PORT-B TRAFFIC PORT-A
BNC jack
MDR68
MDR68 MDR36
MDR36 MDR68 MDR68
BNC plug
Coax-Clamp plug
(For 75-ohm unbalanced)
(For 120-ohm balanced)
(b) I/O BOARD2 (optional)
Mini-Clamp plug
-43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
!
CABLE TERMINATION
6-34
(c) Instruction of Cable Assembling for Mini-Clamp Connector (used
for balanced impedance)
1 2 3 4
Top Cover (clear)
Bottom Cover (white)
Lever
Mini-Clamp Connector
Cable
Pin assignment for Balanced Impedance is used by users equipment.
1 (+) and 2 () data input to the TX
3 () and 4 (+) data output from the RX
Body
I/O BOARD
TRAFFIC PORT
1
2
3
4
INPUT
Pliers
Knife
Wire cutter
OUTPUT
Step 2. Insert wires into the holes
between top and bottom covers
until it touches with end wall,
Step 1. Put wires into halls between top
cover and bottom,
CABLE TERMINATION
6-35
Step 3. Make certain of the front edge of
Cable from top cover,
Step 4. Clip the whole connector. It is
not necessary for a specific tool.
The pliers of your stock can
assemble it,
Step 5. Clamp the whole connector,
Step 6. Make certain of the surface lines
between body and top cover. If
the surfaces are flat, terminating
process is completed.
CABLE TERMINATION
6-36
(d) Terminating 1.5C-QEV Coaxial Cable with Coax-Clamp
Connector
The terminating procedures of the 1.5C-QEV coaxial cable are
described below. Proceed speedy for the work after strip the cable.
Cables
Pliers
I/O BOARD
TRAFFIC PORT
1
2
3
4
Pin assignment for Unbalanced Impedance is used by users equipment.
1 (+) and 2 (Ground) data input to the TX
3 (Ground) and 4 (+) data output from the RX
INPUT
OUTPUT
Note: Ground level is applied via interface cable from users equipment
when Unbalanced Impedance is used.
Cover2
Knife
Wire cutter
Coax-Clamp Connector
Cover1
Body
Contact with
U-slot
Ground Strip
CABLE TERMINATION
6-37
18 to 19
9.5 to 10.5
Step 1. Strip the coaxial cable as illustlated
left, (trim the braided wire to the
measurement),
Pay attention for the uncleanliness
adhesion, remant of cutting, and
unraveled braided wire.
Proceed speedy for the work after
strip the cable.
uninformed cutting remant of wire
oblique cut
Irregular case
Step 2. Position the coaxial cable into the
Cover1 so cable tip butts against the
part "f",
Cover1
"f"
Irregular case
NO GOOD
NO GOOD NO GOOD NO GOOD
CABLE TERMINATION
6-38
Step 3. Press the coaxial cable to the
protuberances, (taking care the
braided wire does not unravel)
protuberance for indentation
Pressing the
coaxial cable to
the protuberances,
the cable is settled
into the connector.
Step 4. Fold back the Cover2 onto the
Cover1 and crimp them with a plier,
(crimp the Cover1 and Cover2 side
by side)
NO GOOD
Irregular case
check to see cables
CABLE TERMINATION
6-39
Step 5. Fix the Cover1 and Cover2 to the
body,
Irregular case
Step 6. Crimp the head of connector first,
then, crimp the cable side of
connector,
NO GOOD NO GOOD
(Cables are locked to the connector
by crimping the connector with a
plier)
The cable termination is completed.
Continue next item (e) when fit the BNC
connector to the other end of cable.
CABLE TERMINATION
6-40
(e) Terminating 1.5C-QEV Coaxial Cable with BNC Connector
The terminating procedures of the 1.5C-QEV coaxial cable are
described below. Proceed speedy for the work after strip the cable.
contraction sleeve
ferrule
pin contact
BNC shell
contraction sleeve
ferrule
pin contact
BNC shell
BNC jack
BNC plug
Hydraulic Crimping Tool
Knife
Wire cutter
Hair Dryer
J AE 8P-03-640-13606-01
Center Contact Crimping Tool
J AE 8P-03-640-13606-02
Tools
Step 1. Strip the coaxial cable as
illustlated left, (taking care not to
damage the braided shield wire),
Step 2. Cut the braided shield wire
(without unravel the strands of the
braid) and trim it,
Step 3. Cut the insulator, (be sure not to
cut or scratch the centre conductor
while stripping the insulator),
center conductor
Insulator
shield wire
Sheath
12 mm
6 mm
3.2 mm
STRIPPING
Note: Stripping measurements depend on the BNC type.
Step 4. Slide the contraction sleeve and
ferrule onto the cable,
contraction sleeve ferrule
Step 5. Fan the braided shield wire,
shield wire
CABLE TERMINATION
6-41
Step 6. Slide the pin contact untill it
bottoms against the centre
conductor,
Step 8. Slide the cable into the BNC shell
untill the insulator butts against
BNC body,
Step 9. Slide the ferrule over the braid,
pin contact
Step 7. Install the pin contact into the
crimping tool and crimp the pin
contact,
insert pin contact
crimping tool
crimping area (Check that the pin contact fit firmly
to the cable.)
Step 10.Crimp the ferrule with crimping
tool and trim the excess of braid,
excess of braid
Step 11.Position the contraction sleeve
over the ferrule and the BNC,
2.5 mm
Step 12.Blow heated air using such a hair
dryer against the contraction sleeve,
contraction sleeve
heated air
crimping tool
CABLE AND TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
7-1
7. CABLE AND TERMINAL
CONNECTIONS
Set up as in Fig. 7-1 referring to the following connecting method.
Caution: In back -to-back connection, the interface conditions of the
PM interface must be matched between two IDUs. Then,
check the setting of the interface if it is RS-485 or RS-232C
before connecting the cable.
(a) Connect baseband signal cable(s)
Take care to connect the MDR connector and fix it with push lock.
(b) Connect LAN cable
Take care to connect the Modular connector and check that it is
locked.
(c) Connect IF signal cable
Connect the connector and tighten it by turning the tightening ring
clockwise.
(d) Connect supervisory cable(s)
Take care to connect the D-sub connector and fix it with two
screws (M3).
(e) Connect power supply cable
Take care to catch the Molex connector.
(f) Connect terminal
Take care to connect the D-sub connector and fix it with two
screws (M3).
Note: Use ISO standardized screw (mm unit) for D-SUB connector.
For the details of pin assignment in the IDU and ODU, refer to para 3.1
Interface Terminal and J acks in the MDP Modulator-Demodulator and
TRP Transmitter-Receiver equipment description.
C
A
B
L
E

A
N
D

T
E
R
M
I
N
A
L

C
O
N
N
E
C
T
I
O
N
S
7
-
2
Fig. 7-1 Connections of IDU and ODU (1/2)
Notes:*1. Tighten 196 Ncm torque.
P-N CONNECTOR *1
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
D-SUB CONNECTOR
(MALE)
MOLEX CONNECTOR
(4PIN) (MALE)
D-SUB CONNECTOR
(MALE)
POWER
SUPPLY
EXTERNAL
EQUIPMENT
DATA
TERMINAL
EQUIPMENT
IFL
FG (M5)
FG
IFL MON
RX LEV
IDU
(OTHER
ROUTE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
MODULAR CONNECTOR
PNMS
MODULAR
CONNECTOR
MODULAR CONNECTOR
IDU
(OTHER
ROUTE)
LCT
PNMT
MODULAR CONNECTOR
MODULAR CONNECTOR
MODULAR CONNECTOR
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
For 1+0 System
PNMT LCT EOW1 EOW2
NE1 NE2 V11-PNMS-LAN EOW CALL RESET
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
PASOLINK Mx
ALM/AUX SC IN/OUT
2M IN / OUT-C 2M IN / OUT-B 2M IN / OUT-A
2M INTFC-M
R SW
IDU ODU MAINT
2MINTFC-S
PWR
C
A
B
L
E

A
N
D

T
E
R
M
I
N
A
L

C
O
N
N
E
C
T
I
O
N
S
7
-
3Fig. 7-1 Connections of IDU and ODU (2/2)
Notes:*1. Tighten 196 Ncm torque.
P-N CONNECTOR *1
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
D-SUB CONNECTOR
(MALE)
MOLEX CONNECTOR
(4PIN) (MALE)
D-SUB CONNECTOR
(MALE)
POWER
SUPPLY
EXTERNAL
EQUIPMENT
DATA
TERMINAL
EQUIPMENT
IFL
FG (M5)
FG
IFL MON
RX LEV
IDU
(OTHER
ROUTE)
MODULAR CONNECTOR
MODULAR CONNECTOR
PNMS
MODULAR
CONNECTOR
MODULAR CONNECTOR
IDU
(OTHER
ROUTE)
LCT
PNMT
MODULAR CONNECTOR
MODULAR CONNECTOR
MODULAR CONNECTOR
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
MDR CONNECTOR (MALE)
For 1+1 System
PNMT LCT EOW1 EOW2
NE1 NE2 V11-PNMS-LAN EOW CALL RESET
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
IN / OUT
IF
PWR
MD UNIT
SEL V FUSE (7.5A)
PASOLINK Mx
SW UNIT
ALM/AUX SC IN/OUT
2M IN / OUT-C 2MIN / OUT-B 2MIN / OUT-A
2MINTFC-M
R SW IDU
ALM STATUS
1
2
ODU RX TX
MAINT 2M INTFC-S
-43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
! -43V OUTPUT
Power down IDU
before disconnection
or connection of
Cable
!
WATERPROOF PROTECTION
8-1
8. WATERPROOF PROTECTION
After cable connection, the following part should be wrapped by self-
bonding tape for waterproof (see Fig. 2-27),
Fig. 8-1 Location of Connector for Waterproof (1/2)
ODU
POLE
ANT
This part should be wrapped by
self-bonding tape for waterproof.
7/8 GHz BAND
POLE
ANT
This part should be wrapped by
self-bonding tape for waterproof.
HYB
ODU
ODU
WATERPROOF PROTECTION
8-2
2 pages
Fig. 8-1 Location of Connector for Waterproof (2/2)
This part should be wrapped by
self-bonding tape for waterproof.
ODU
IF CABLE
SELF-BONDING TAPE
ODU
IFL CONNECTOR
Note: The self-bonding tape should be prepared by customer.
SELF-BONDING TAPE
ODU
IF CABLE
IN CASE OF LANGLE
7-52 GHz BAND