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UMG8900 Hardware

System(SSM256)
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Objectives

Upon completion this course, you will be able to:

Perform UMG8900 shelf frame and boards classifications,


functions and interfaces

Know UMG8900 logical subsystem

Perform the concatenation

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References

UMG8900 System Description

UMG8900 Hardware Description Manual

UMG8900 Architecture and Principle

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Contents
1. Overview
2. Board Function
3. Signaling Flow

4. Concatenation and Cables

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R4 Networking

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Shelf and Frame


(1)

(2)

(4)

(5)
(3)

(1) Frame lintel

(2) 9U board

(4) 8U board

(5) Filter box

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(3) Integrated fan

Shelf and Frame


(1) Frame lintel

(2) Mounting angle

(3) Embedded fan box

(1) Mounting angle

(2) Power-in terminal of frame

(3) Interface for monitoring cable

(4) Standby power-in terminal of fan box

(5) Interface for alarm cable

(6) Power-out terminal of fan box

(7) Power-in terminal of fan box

(8) DIP switch for setting frame ID

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Frame Classification

The main control frame: Manages and controls the whole


UMG8900 equipment and provides clock signals for other frames.

The central switching frame: Implements frame subtending

function.

The service frame : Implements service processing and interfacing


functions.

The extended control frame: It is configured when the networking


with large capacity is required. It is responsible for protocol
processing and connection management, and implements

controlling and managing the service frames.


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Frame Configuration
Power distribution frame

Power distribution frame

Power distribution frame

Service frame
#2

Service frame
#5

Extended control frame


#8

Air defence frame

Air defence frame

Air defence frame

Main control frame


#1

Service frame
#4

Service frame
#7

Air defence frame

Air defence frame

Air defence frame

Central switch frame


#0

Service frame
#3

Service frame
#6

Dummy panel
Fiber coiler

Dummy panel
Fiber coiler

Dummy panel
Fiber coiler

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DIP Switch
1

8
OFF

ON

DIP switch setting


SW4

SW3

SW2

SW1

Binary
number

Frame ID

ON

ON

ON

ON

0000

ON

ON

ON

OFF

0001

ON

ON

OFF

ON

0010

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

0011

ON

OFF

ON

ON

0100

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

0101

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

0110

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

0111

OFF

ON

ON

ON

1000

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Slot Distribution

Service board
Service board
Service board
Service board

O
R

M
P
U

M
P
U

Service board
Service board
Service board
Service board
Service board

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Service board
Service board

O
R

Service board
O
M
U

Service board

O
M
U

Service board

Front boards slot distribution

15
14
13
11 12
8

9 10
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0

Slot Distribution

N
E
T

T
N
U

Service board

Service board

T N
N E
U T

Service board

Service board

Service board

Service board

Service board

Service board

10

Service board

11

Service board

13 12

Service board

14

Service board

15

Back boards slot distribution

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Questions

Please describe the classification, function and location in


the shelf of the UMG8900 frames.

How to set the DIP switch?

Please describe the slot distribution of UMG8900.

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Summary

Frame classification, function and distribution in shelf

Slot distribution in frame

Dip switch setting.

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Contents
1. Overview
2. Board Function
3. Signaling Flow

4. Concatenation and Cables

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Contents
2

Board Function
2.1 Hardware System Introduction
2. 2 Operation and Maintenance Subsystem
2.3 Gateway Control Subsystem
2.4 Packet Service Processing Subsystem
2.5 TDM Service Processing Subsystem
2.6 Service Resource Subsystem
2.7 Signaling Forwarding Subsystem
2.8 Clock Subsystem
2.9 Cascading Subsystem

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Hardware System
LMT/iManager

MGC(MSOFTX3000)

O&M Subsystem OMU/MPU Packet


MBus
Switch

PP
U
CMU

Gateway Control
Subsystem

Packet Service Processing Subsystem


ATM

A4L/
A4L/EAC
EAC

IP

E8T/
E8T/E1G
E1G

Service Resource
Subsystem

ASU
ASU
NET

VPU

RPU
HRB

Cascading Subsystem
CLK
Clock Subsystem

SPF

TNU

BLU/FLU

E32/T32
E32/
T32

S2L/S2E
S2L/
S2E

Signaling Forwarding
Subsystem

TDM
TDM Service Processing Subsystem

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Contents
2

Board Function
2.1 Hardware System Introduction
2. 2 Operation and Maintenance Subsystem
2.3 Gateway Control Subsystem
2.4 Packet Service Processing Subsystem
2.5 TDM Service Processing Subsystem
2.6 Service Resource Subsystem
2.7 Signaling Forwarding Subsystem
2.8 Clock Subsystem
2.9 Cascading Subsystem

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OMU(MOMU)

As the management and control center of the whole


equipment, the master and slave MOMUs are inserted in
front slots 7 and 8 in the main control frame.

MOMU

RUN
ALM
ACT

Providing packet switching function at the control plane to


communicate with all the boards with FE control interfaces
RESET

and to exchange information with other frames and manage

Embedding a BAM, which provides MML and Telnet


interfaces to configure and maintain boards, and saves log

COM0 FE0

interfaces in the multi-frame cascading case.

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files and alarm information.

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OMU(MOMU)

Other frame

MPU
(Master)
OMU
(Master)

board
board

OMU
(Slave)

board
board

Main control frame

MPU
(Slave)

board
board
board

board
board

MPU
(Slave)

board

MPU
(Master)

board
board

Board

Other frame

Monitoring and managing the states of all boards in the equipment. When
multiple frames are cascaded, the MOMU monitors and manages MMPUs in
other frames through cascaded control planes.

Implementing state monitoring and power-on/off management on the


equipment through special MBus modules; avoiding attack from instant currents
by controlling board power-on sequence.

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MPU(MMPU)

Implementing control information interaction between the


boards and inter-frame control information interaction as
well as interface management in the case of multiple

MMPU

RUN
ALM
ACT

frames subtended.
Monitoring and managing the status of all boards in the
RESET

frame.

Implementing status querying, monitoring and power-on or


power-off management to the equipment through special
maintenance module, and controlling board power-on

COM0 FE0

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sequence to avoid impact from instant current.


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Contents
2

Board Function
2.1 Hardware System Introduction
2. 2 Operation and Maintenance Subsystem
2.3 Gateway Control Subsystem
2.4 Packet Service Processing Subsystem
2.5 TDM Service Processing Subsystem
2.6 Service Resource Subsystem
2.7 Signaling Forwarding Subsystem
2.8 Clock Subsystem
2.9 Cascading Subsystem

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MGW Control Subsystem


MGC(MSOFTX3000)
H.248(FE)

PPU
FE-Switch

CMU

OMU/MPU

Gateway Control
Subsystem

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PPU(MPPB)

Sending manipulation results to the MGC in

MPPB

the form of H.248 messages.

RUN
ALM

Implementing H.248 transcoding, and

FE0

resolving transport-layer and network-layer


protocols.

RESET

RANAP
SCCP
COM0

H.248

SCTP/UDP
IP

M3UA
SCTP
IP

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Stack for Mc interface Stack for SG function

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CMU(MCMF/MCMB)

HRB

ATM

IP

VPU

TDM

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CMU(MCMF/MCMB)

Providing internal interface to connect with the


PPU to implement interaction of H.248 messages.
Providing interfaces to connect with the HRB,
ASU, TNU to control the boards to convert media
streams.
Providing interface to connect with the MPU/OMU
to implement data configuration and output
alarms, debugging information and logs.

It includes two types: CMF (Front board) and


CMB (back board)

RUN
ALM
ACT

RESET

COM0

MCMF

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MCMB

RUN
ALM
ACT

RESET

COM0

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Contents
2

Board Function
2.1 Hardware System Introduction
2. 2 Operation and Maintenance Subsystem
2.3 Gateway Control Subsystem
2.4 Packet Service Processing Subsystem
2.5 TDM Service Processing Subsystem
2.6 Service Resource Subsystem
2.7 Signaling Forwarding Subsystem
2.8 Clock Subsystem
2.9 Cascading Subsystem

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Packet Service Processing


Subsystem
CLK/GE/FE
TCU
TCU
VPU

NET
ATM

A4L/
TAC
EAC/
TAC

ASU
ASU

HRU
HRB

Packet service processing


subsystem

OMU/MPU

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E8T/
IP
E8T/
G1O/
G1O/
P1H/P4L
P1H/P4L

ASU(MASU)

MASUb

Processing ATM services.

RUN
ALM
ACT

Providing the standard AAL2/ AAL5


Segmentation and Reassembly (SAR)
function.

Supporting direct forwarding over PVC, OAM


cell extraction and luUP interface processing

COM0

functions.
Monitoring and managing the states of the

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board and the corresponding back boards.

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Supporting 1+1 backup.

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Back Board Corresponding to MASU


MA4L

Providing four 155 M singlemode/multi-mode ATM optical

interfaces.

AC

A
4
L

A
4
L

A
S
U
(m)

A
S
U
(s)

AC
AC
AC

Providing the 1+1 backup function


by collaborating with the service

processing board MASU.

NK
LI 0
TX 0
X
RK
N
LI 0
TX 0
X
R
NK
I
L X0
T 0
X
R
NK
LI X0
T 0
X
R

8K_OUT

RUN
ALM
ACT

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HRB(MHRU)

Processing IP routes, and converging and distributing IP


services.

Monitoring and managing the states of the board and the


corresponding back boards.

Supporting the Internet Protocols over ATM (IPoA) function.


After the MHRU finishes the adaptation of the IP data packets
to the ATM, the ATM interface board forwards them on.

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HRB(MRPU)

Processing Internet Protocol (IP) routes, and converging and


distributing IP services.

Monitoring and managing the states of the board and the


corresponding back boards.

Resolving the RTP/Real-time Transport Control Protocol (RTCP)


protocols.

Jitter-buffering RTP services.

Nb UP
RTP/ RTCP
UDP
IP

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Back Board Corresponding to MRPU

MRPU corresponding back boards include MG1O, MP4L and ME8T.

Example: MG1O function

Providing one GE interface in conformity with the IEEE8002.3z standard.


Providing the 1+1 backup function by collaborating with the service
processing board MRPU.

P P
4 4
L L

E E
1 1
G G

G G
1 1
O O

E E
8 8
T T

H H
R R
B B
(m) (s)

H H
R R
B B
(m) (s)

H H
R R
B B
(m) (s)

H H
R R
B B
(m) (s)

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NET(MNET)
exchange service data between all packet service boards in the frame.

Cascading two frames instead of cascading boards. The embedded


cascading module in the MNET enables interworking of 2 GE
service data planes and interworking of 2 FE service control planes.

Providing service control and maintenance interfaces for the


corresponding front boards such as the MOMU and MMPU to address

RUN
ALM
ACT

AC
AC

back cabling requirements.

MNET

CLK1_IN CLK0_IN FE1 FE0 MIR OMC

Providing packet service switching channels in its own frame to

Receiving clock signals from the MCLK, and sending them to TDM

NK
LI X0
T 0
X
R
NK
I
L X0
T 0
X
R

COM0

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service processing boards after phase lock, signal driving and


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distributing.

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NET(MNET)

The internal clocks synthesized and distributed by the MNET are as


follows:

32.768 MHz clock: the TDM HW synchronous clock signals for the TDM
bearer processing
38.88 MHz clock: the TDM SDH synchronous clock, including the
synchronous clock required by the ATM and POS services in the SDH
transmission mode

77.76MHz clock: the clock signal for the SDH 155 MHz line interface

2 kHz clock: the TDM SDH frame clock

The TNU, E32, T32, S2L, S1L, TCU, BLU, SPF and ECU use 32.768
MHz, 38.88 MHz and 2 kHz clock signals. Besides the three clock
signals, S1L and S2L use 77.76 MHz signal. The A4L and P1H only use
the 38.88 MHz clock signal.

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Contents
2

Board Function
2.1 Hardware System Introduction
2. 2 Operation and Maintenance Subsystem
2.3 Gateway Control Subsystem
2.4 Packet Service Processing Subsystem
2.5 TDM Service Processing Subsystem
2.6 Service Resource Subsystem
2.7 Signaling Forwarding Subsystem
2.8 Clock Subsystem
2.9 Cascading Subsystem

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TDM Service Processing


Subsystem
TDM service processing
subsystem

TDM

4*TDM

Packet processing
subsystem

TNU

E32/T32/
E32/T32/
S2L/S2E
S2L/S2E

VPU
VPU
VPU

OMU/MPU

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TNU(MTNB)
Establishing and releasing TDM timeslots in cooperation
with TDM service interface boards, and providing 8 K or 1
K switching capacity for each interface board.

MTNB

RUN
ALM
ACT
AC

Connecting with the MTNB of another frame directly or

AC

through the UG02MBLU by multi-mode optical fibers, and

AC

providing 32 K timeslot cascading capacity.

AC

NK
LI 0
TX 0
X
R
NK
I
L X0
T 0
X
R
K
N
LI X0
T 0
X
R
NK
LI X0
T 0
X
R

Managing and maintaining the boards through the


specified MBus module. Reporting the status and version
of the boards to the main control board of the local frame.
Communicating with the main control board of the local

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frame through the FE interface.

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S2L(MS2L)
MS2L

RUN
ALM
ACT
AC

the two 155 M optical interfaces.


NK
LI X0
T 0
X
R
NK
I
L 0
TX 0
X
R

Processing overheads of regenerator section


and multiplex section of optical signals and
checking communication over optical channels.

8K_OUT

AC

Extracting clock signals and forming frames at

Implementing SDH mapping, de-mapping and

COM0

processing overheads of high-order path and


low-order path.

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Forming 2 63 E1

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E32(ME32)

Providing 32 E1 interfaces.

Providing 32 E1 frames.

Providing the function of drawing the line signaling of

ME32

E1/T1_16-31 8K_OUT E1/T1_0-15

RUN
ALM

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the R2 signaling or inserting the signaling.

Providing 8 kHz line clock reference source for the


master and slave MCLKs by distributing cables at
the board panel.

Receiving SSM information from the E1 interface


and sending it to the clock system.

Providing service link loopback at all levels and


service channel detection within the board.

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Contents
2

Board Function
2.1 Hardware System Introduction
2. 2 Operation and Maintenance Subsystem
2.3 Gateway Control Subsystem
2.4 Packet Service Processing Subsystem
2.5 TDM Service Processing Subsystem
2.6 Service Resource Subsystem
2.7 Signaling Forwarding Subsystem
2.8 Clock Subsystem
2.9 Cascading Subsystem

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VPU(MVPB)

Supporting functions such as announcement playing, digit


collecting, audio mixing and Multiple Frequency Control (MFC).

Implementing IP packet adaptation of voice services based on

UDP, Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP), and IP. Supporting


varied voice codec types including G.711A, G.711, G.723, G.726,
G.729, AMR, AMR 2 and FR/HR/EFR.

Accepting resource control and management from the CMU..

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VPU(MTCB)

Supporting announcement playing, digit collecting, audio mixing and MFC.

Implementing IP packet adaptation of voice services based on UDP, RTP


and IP. Supporting varied voice codec types including G.711A, G.711,
G.723, G.726, G.729, AMR, AMR 2 and FR/HR/EFR.

Processing IuUP and NbUP at the same time and being fully in line with
the 3GPP TS 25.415 TS 29.415 protocol.

Providing the EC function, supporting 32 ms, 64 ms and 128 ms tail delay,


being in line with the G.168-2000 standard and supporting G.164/165
tone detection.

Receiving the resource control and management of the CMU.

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Contents
2

Board Function
2.1 Hardware System Introduction
2. 2 Operation and Maintenance Subsystem
2.3 Gateway Control Subsystem
2.4 Packet Service Processing Subsystem
2.5 TDM Service Processing Subsystem
2.6 Service Resource Subsystem
2.7 Signaling Forwarding Subsystem
2.8 Clock Subsystem
2.9 Cascading Subsystem

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SPF(MSPF)

Implementing signaling gateway functions. The pinch boards that attached on the
MSPF, receives signaling from TDM switching boards and then deals with it at
TDM level, and then the MSPF adapts TDM signaling to IP packets.

Implementing the core function of a signaling gateway by M3UA//M2UA/V5UA/IUA


adaptation on signaling, and forwarding adapted messages to the MGC.

SEP

SS7

UMG8900

IP

S7UP

S7UP

MTP3

MTP2
MTP1

MSOFTX3000

TDM

M2UA-NIF
M2UA
MTP2
SCTP
IP
MTP1
MAC

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MTP3

IP

M2UA
SCTP
IP
MAC

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Contents
2

Board Function
2.1 Hardware System Introduction
2. 2 Operation and Maintenance Subsystem
2.3 Gateway Control Subsystem
2.4 Packet Service Processing Subsystem
2.5 TDM Service Processing Subsystem
2.6 Service Resource Subsystem
2.7 Signaling Forwarding Subsystem
2.8 Clock Subsystem
2.9 Cascading Subsystem

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Clock Subsystem

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CLK(MCLK)
CLK is the system clock board, responsible for receiving line
clock signals extracted by interface boards and external
synchronous clock signals provided by BITS.

Each MGW frame is configured with two NET boards. In the


main control frame, the clock boards provide 16-kHz clock
signals to the NET boards of the frame through the
backplane. In other MGW frames, the clock boards provide
16-kHz clock signals to the NET boards through the
distributed cables.

MCLK
RUN
ALM
ACT
8K_IN2 8K_IN1
2M_IN 2M_OUT CLK_OUT2 ANT CLK_OUT1 CLK_OUT0

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The CLK also outputs external synchronous clock signals.


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Contents
2

Board Function
2.1 Hardware System Introduction
2. 2 Operation and Maintenance Subsystem
2.3 Gateway Control Subsystem
2.4 Packet Service Processing Subsystem
2.5 TDM Service Processing Subsystem
2.6 Service Resource Subsystem
2.7 Signaling Forwarding Subsystem
2.8 Clock Subsystem
2.9 Cascading Subsystem

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Cascading Subsystem
1#

0#

B
L
U

2#

B
L
U

B
L
U

B
L
U

B
L
U

3#

B
L
U

T
N
U

N
E
T

N
E
T

T
N
U

T
N
U

N
E
T

N
E
T

T
N
U

4#

4*8K TDM

B
L
U

5#

N
E
T

8#

B
L
U

B
L
U

B
L
U

6#

B
L
U

B
L
U

7#

N
E
T

2*GE

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BLU(MBLU)

Providing 4x8 K TDM narrowband data channels to directly

MBLUb

connect frames through multi-mode optical fibers that are no more

Providing 2x1.25 G broadband packet data channels to directly


connect frames through multi-mode optical fibers that are no more
than 50 m spaced.

FE0

RUN
ALM
ACT

than 50 m spaced.

GE

T
AC
T
AC

TDM

T
AC

Providing 1x100 M IP control data channels to directly connect

T
AC

NK
LI 0
TX 0
RXK
N
LI 0
TX 0
RXK
N
LI 0
TX 0
RX
NK
LI 0
TX 0
RX

frames through category-5 twisted pair or super category-5 twisted

T
AC

pair that are no more than 50 m spaced.

T
AC

Providing board management and maintenance by the dedicated

COM0

NK
LI 0
TX 0
RX
NK
LI 0
TX 0
RX

MBus module of the board, communicating with and reporting

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board status and version to the main control board through FE


channels.

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FLU(MFLU)

Providing 1x8 K TDM data cascading channel for the MBLU.

Providing 1x1.25 G IP data cascading channel for the MBLU.

Providing 2x8 K TDM data cascading channels and 2x1.25 G GE


data cascading channels for the MBLU by two MFLU boards in
load-sharing mode.

Interacting with the main control board through a dedicated


maintenance module to monitor board temperature, voltage and
control power-on/off.

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Questions

Please describe the UMG8900s boards classifications and


each classs function

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Summary

UMG8900s logical subsystem

UMG8900s boards classification and each function

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Contents
1. Overview
2. Board Function
3. Signaling Flow

4. Concatenation and Cables

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Contents
3

Signaling Flow
3.1 Service Signaling Flow
3.2 Clock Signaling Flow
3.3 Loading Signaling Flow
3.4 Alarm Signaling Flow

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Service Signaling Flow

Gateway Signal Control Flow (IP bearer)


MGC

Back

P
P
U

T
N
U

N
E
T

C
M
U

E
3
2

E
8
T

A
4
L

T
C
U

R
P
U

A
S
U

FE

Front
FE

O
M
U

S
P
F

C
M
U

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Service Signaling Flow

Transfer flow for the UMTS access network signaling (PPU


adaptation)

MGC (MSOFTX3000)

RNC

MSOFTX3000

Back

P
P
U

N
E
T

RNC

T
N
U

A
4
L

FE

Front
FE

O
M
U

S
P
F

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A
S
U

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Service Signaling Flow

Transfer flow for the UMTS access network signaling (SPF


adaptation) MGC(MSOFTX3000)

RNC

MSOFTX3000

Back

P
P
U

N
E
T

RNC

T
N
U

A
4
L

FE

Front
FE

O
M
U

S
P
F

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S
U

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Service Signaling Flow

SS7 transfer flow


BSC/LE/V5AN/MSC

MSOFTX3000

BSC

Back

E
3
2

MGC

T
N
U

N
E
T

C
M
U

O
M
U

V
P
U

FE
TDM

Front
FE
TDM

S
P
F

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Service Signaling Flow

Bearer Data Flow (TDMIP)


TDM

Back

E
3
2

IP

N
E
T

T
N
U

E
8
T

Front

GE
TDM

V
P
U

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H
R
B

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Service Signaling Flow

Bearer Data Flow (TDMATM)


ATM

TDM

Back

E
3
2

N
E
T

T
N
U

A
4
L

Front
GE
TDM

V
P
U

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S
U

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Service Signaling Flow

Bearer Data Flow (ATMIP)


IP
IP

ATM
ATM

Back

A
4
L

N
E
T

A
S
U

O
M
U

T
N
U

E
8
T

Front
GE
TDM

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R
B

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Service Signaling Flow

Bearer Data Flow (IPIP)


IP (Domain 0)

IP (Domain 1)
IP (Domain 1)

IP (Domain 0)

Back

E
8
T

N
E
T

H
R
B

O
M
U

T
N
U

E
8
T

Front
GE
TDM

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R
B

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Service Resource Signal Flows

Announcement Playing Signal Flow

Back

A
4
L

T
N
U

E
3
2

C
M
U

E
8
T

Front
A
FE
S
GE
TDM U

V
P
U

S
P
F

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R
B

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Contents
3

Signaling Flow
3.1 Service Signaling Flow
3.2 Clock Signaling Flow
3.3 Loading Signaling Flow
3.4 Alarm Signaling Flow

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Clock Extraction

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Clock Distribution

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Contents
3

Signaling Flow
3.1 Service Signaling Flow
3.2 Clock Signaling Flow
3.3 Loading Signaling Flow
3.4 Alarm Signaling Flow

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FTP Server
LMT
FE crossover
network cable

C
L
K

A
4
L

T
N
U

N
E
T

N
E
T

T
N
U

P
4
L

E
8
T

G
1
O

S
2
L

E
3
2

master/ slave

FE control bus

V
P
U

A
S
U

FE crossover
network cable
FTP service

O
M
U

O
M
U

H
R
U

RS232 cable

hyper terminal

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OMU Embedded BAM


O
M
U

T
N
U

N
E
T

O
M
U

main control
frame
master/slave
FE bus

N
E
T

T
N
U

N
E
T

T
N
U

1*FE

N
E
T

M
P
U

M
P
U

service

F
L
U

T
N
U

board

B
L
U

central exchange
frame

master/slave
FE bus

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OMU Embedded BAM


O
O
M
M
U
U

main control frame

master/slave
FE bus

T N
T
N E NE N
U T T U
central exchange frame
M M
P P
U U

F
L
U

B
L
U

T
N
U

N
E
T

N
E
T

F
L
U master/slave
FE bus
T
N
U

B
L
U

1*FE+2*GE+4*TDM

T
T
N N N N
E E
U T T U

service frame

M M
P P
U U

T
T
N
N
N E E N master/
U T T U slave

FE bus

master/slave
FE bus

M M
P P
U U

extended control frame

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service
board

M M
P P
U U

master/slave
FE bus

T N N T
N E E N
U T T U

service frame

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3

Signaling Flow
3.1 Service Signaling Flow
3.2 Clock Signaling Flow
3.3 Loading Signaling Flow
3.4 Alarm Signaling Flow

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Alarm Path
LMT

Note: when LMT is connected


with the host through LanSwitch,
the straight-thru cable is used

crossover network
cable

service
board

C
L
K

A
4
L
M

T
N
U

N
E
T

N
E
T

T
N
U

P
4
L
M

S
2
L
M

E
3
2
master/ slave

master/ slave

A
S
U

O
M
U

O
M
U

H
R
U

V
P
U

service
board

V
P
U

FE bus

Mbus
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Alarm Path

T
N
U

O
M
U

O
M
U

N
E
T

N
E
T

main control frame


master/
slave
FE bus

T
N
U

1*FE+2*GE+4*TDM

F
L
U

T
N
U

N
E
T

M
P
U

N
E
T

T
N
U

service
board

B
L
U

central exchange frame

M
P
U

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master/
slave
Mbus bus

R
P
U

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Alarm Path

main control frame


O O
M M master/slave
U U
FE bus

T
T
N N N N
U E E U
T T

F
L
U

M M
P P
U U

F
L
U maste
r/slave
FE bus

central
exchange
frame

B T N N T B
L N E E N L
U U T T U U

1*FE+2*GE+4*TDM
T
T
N N
N N
E
E
U T T U

service frame

M M
P P
U U
extended control frame

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T
T
N N N N
U E E U master/
T T
slave
Mbus

M M
P P
U U

sevice
board

M M
P P
U U

master/
slave
Mbus

T
T
N N
N N
E
E
U T T U master/
slave
Mbus

service frame
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Questions

Please describe all kinds of signaling flow.

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Summary

Service signaling flow

Clock signaling flow

Loading signaling flow

Alarm signaling flow

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Contents
1. Overview
2. Board Function
3. Signaling Flow

4. Concatenation and Cables

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Contents
4

Concatenation and Cables


4.1 Cascading Cable Distribution
4.2 Clock Cable Distribution
4.3 Monitoring Cable Distribution

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Two Frames Cascading

1#

T
N
U

N
E
T

N
E
T

T
N
U

2#

T
N
U

N
E
T

N
E
T

T
N
U

4*8K TDM

2*GE

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More than Three Frames


Cascading
1#

0#

B
L
U

2#

B
L
U

B
L
U

B
L
U

B
L
U

3#

B
L
U

T
N
U

N
E
T

N
E
T

T
N
U

T
N
U

N
E
T

N
E
T

T
N
U

4#

4*8K TDM

B
L
U

5#

N
E
T

8#

B
L
U

B
L
U

B
L
U

6#

B
L
U

B
L
U

7#

N
E
T

2*GE

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1*FE

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Contents
4

Concatenation and Cables


4.1 Cascading Cable Distribution
4.2 Clock Cable Distribution
4.3 Monitoring Cable Distribution

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Clock Extraction

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Clock Cable Distribution


Master clock cable

M
C
L
K

M
C
L
K

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

M
N
E
T

Slave clock cable

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Contents
4

Concatenation and Cables


4.1 Cascading Cable Distribution
4.2 Clock Cable Distribution
4.3 Monitoring Cable Distribution

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Monitoring Cable Distribution


Power distribution frame DB15

Service frame

Power distribution frame DB15

Service frame
DB9

Fan box

DB15

Air deflector

DB9
Fan box
Air deflector

Main control frame

Service frame
DB9

Fan box

DB15

DB9
Fan box

Air deflector

Air deflector

Central switch frame

Service frame

DB9
Fan box

DB15

DB15

Main control cabinet

DB15

DB9
Fan box

DB15
Service cabinet

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Questions

If there are 4 frames, how to cascade them?

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Summary

Cascading cable distribution

Clock cable distribution

Monitoring cable distribution

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Summary

Board functions

Signaling flow

Concatenation and cables

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