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FTTB and FTTC

Solution Overview
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
Contents
1 Typical FTTB/FTTC Networking P03

2 Fast Rate Acceleration

2-1 Continuous Copper Technology Evolution P12


2-2 Deploying Ultra-High-Speed Copper Line Networks as P13
Required

3 Short TTM

3-1 FTTdp Is a Vigorous Supplement to FTTH P14


3-2 E2E Copper Line Acceleration P15
3-3 Outdoor Integrated Access Solution P18

3-4 xDSL Combo Boards Assist Smooth Migration for PSTN P19
Networks
3-5 Backward Compatible and Future-Oriented P21
SuperVector Speedup
4 Simplified Maintenance P22

5 Intelligent Site

5-1 Remote Power Supply Solution P23

5-2 Intelligent Battery Management P27

5-3 Intelligent Electric Lock P30

6 Acronyms and Abbreviations P33


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FTTB/FTTC Network Structure Contents
1 Typical Networking

User Building CO

PON
MDU Optical splitter
OLT

FTTB MDU

User Cable FDT


distribution box

FTTC
PON
MDU Optical splitter

MDU

GE
MDU (functioning as a DSLAM)

FTTB: indicates fiber to the building. In this scenario, optical fibers are routed from a CO to access devices
that locate in buildings, such as in light-current wells or basements. Then, the access devices connect to
copper (xDSL) or Cat 5 (LAN) lines that are routed to user homes, implementing service access. FTTB
applies to business zones and residential areas with high population densities.

FTTC: indicates fiber to the curb. In this scenario, optical fibers are routed from a CO to access devices
that locate at fiber distribution terminals (FDTs) along the curb or in cable distribution compartments/FDTs in
residential areas. Then, the access devices connect to copper (xDSL) lines that are routed to user homes,
implementing service access. FTTC applies to areas with low population densities. 03
FTTB (LAN+POTS) and FTTB/FTTC (xDSL+POTS)
1 Typical Networking
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LAN

PC MDU PE-AGG
NGN/IMS
UPE
OLT
LAN 2
+POTS
PC Metro network

MDU Optical splitter IPTV head


UPE end
Phone
PE-AGG

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xDSL MDUs are deployed in corridors and connect Cat 5 lines to user homes.
• For the Internet access service, users connect to an MDU using Cat 5
Modem
PC MDU lines and are authenticated by dialing a number through PCs. Each user
has a separate account. All user accounts are centrally authenticated and
managed on the broadband remote access server (BRAS).
Phone • For the voice service, the MDUs embedded with a voice module provide
the VoIP service for users. 1 2
xDSL+POTS
Modem MDUs are deployed in corridors or FDTs along the curb, and connect twisted
Splitter 4 pairs to user homes.
• For the Internet access service, users access the Internet at a high
speed using the modems deployed at their homes. Modems are Layer 2
devices and therefore require authentication by dialing a number through
PC MDU PCs. Each user has a separate account. All user accounts are centrally
authenticated and managed on the BRAS.
POTS • For the voice service, the MDUs embedded with a voice module provide
Phone the VoIP service for users.
3 4

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FTTB (LAN+POTS) and FTTB/FTTC (xDSL+POTS)
1 Typical Networking
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Recommended Networking

The following table lists the devices required by the typical networking.

Usage
Recommended Solution General Specifications
Scenario

F01S50/F01C50+MA5620/MA
LAN and POTS
5626
FTTB
(LAN+POTS) F01S100+MA5620/MA5626 LAN and POTS

F01C100B+MA5620/MA5626 LAN and POTS

VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring,
F01C100B+MA5616
SuperVector and POTS

VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring,
F01S100+MA5616
SuperVector and POTS

VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring,
F01S200+MA5616
SuperVector and POTS
FTTB/FTTC
(xDSL+POTS)
VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring,
F01T300/F01S300+MA5616
SuperVector and POTS

F01S50/F01C50/F01C100B+
VDSL2, VDSL2 combo and vectoring
MA5622A/MA5623A
MA5611S series (outdoor
devices, which do not require VDSL2 and vectoring
a separate cabinet)

Product capabilities are determined based on their specifications.

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FTTB+HGW (Voice Service Is Provided by MDUs)
1 Typical Networking
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Laptop
PC

PE-AGG
STB NGN/IMS
UPE
HGW OLT

Metro Network
TV MDU Optical splitter IPTV
UPE Headend
Phone PE-AGG

Laptop
PC MDUs are deployed in corridors or FDTs along the curb. The
MDUs provide services for users through home gateways (HGWs)
that are deployed at user homes and that use LAN or xDSL
upstream transmission.
STB • The HGWs transmit services upstream to the MDUs using LAN
HGW or xDSL ports. In the downstream direction, the MDUs provide
Splitter
the Internet access service for users using FE or Wi-Fi ports
and the IPTV service using FE ports.
TV • The HGWs support Layer 3 functions, such as PPPoE dialup
MDU and network address translation (NAT), providing the shared
Phone Internet access service for residential users through
multiple PCs.
• An HGW connects to a set top box (STB) in the downstream
Phone direction, allowing users to preview and order IPTV videos.
• The integrated access device (IAD) built in an MDU provides
one or multiple POTS ports for users, meeting the voice service
requirements of residential users using one or multiple phone
sets.

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FTTB+HGW (Voice Service Is Provided by MDUs)
1 Typical Networking
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Recommended Networking

The following table lists the devices required by the typical networking.

Usage
Recommended Solution General Specifications
Scenario

HGW using F01S50/F01C50+MA5620 LAN and POTS


LAN
upstream
transmission F01S100+MA5620 LAN and POTS

VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring,
F01C100B+MA5616
SuperVector and POTS

VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring,
F01S100+MA5616
SuperVector and POTS
HGW using
xDSL VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring,
upstream F01S200+MA5616
SuperVector and POTS
transmission
VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring,
F01T300/F01S300+MA5616
SuperVector and POTS

F01S50/F01C50/F01C100B+MA5622A VDSL2, vectoring and POTS

Product capabilities are determined based on their specifications.

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FTTB+HGW (Voice Service Is Provided by HGWs)
1 Typical Networking
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HGW
LAN
STB PE-AGG
NGN/IMS
MDU UPE
OLT

TV Laptop Metro network

Optical splitter IPTV head


UPE end
Phone
PE-AGG

PC
HGW
xDSL
Indoor MDUs can be deployed in corridors or FDTs along the curb. Outdoor
STB
MDUs can be deployed in manholes or mounted to poles or exterior walls. Both
MDU
indoor and outdoor MDUs provide services for users through the HGWs that are
deployed at user homes and that use LAN or xDSL upstream transmission.
• The HGWs transmit services upstream to the MDUs using LAN or xDSL ports.
TV
Laptop In the downstream direction, the MDUs provide the Internet access service
for users using FE or Wi-Fi ports and the IPTV service using FE ports.
• The HGWs support Layer 3 functions, such as PPPoE dialup and NAT,
Phone providing the shared Internet access service for residential users through
multiple PCs.
• An HGW connects to an STB in the downstream direction, allowing users to
preview and order IPTV videos.
• The IAD built in an MDU provides one or multiple POTS ports for users,
meeting the voice service requirements of residential users using one or
multiple phone sets.

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FTTB+HGW (Voice Service Is Provided by HGWs)
1 Typical Networking
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Recommended Networking

The following table lists the devices required by the typical networking.

Usage
Recommended Solution General Specifications
Scenario

HGW using F01S50/F01C50+MA5620/MA5626 LAN


LAN upstream
transmission
F01S100+MA5620/MA5626 LAN

VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring
F01C100B+MA5616
and SuperVector
VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring
F01S100+MA5616
and SuperVector
VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring
F01S200+MA5616
and SuperVector
HGW using VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring
xDSL F01T300/F01S300+MA5616
and SuperVector
upstream
transmission F01S50/F01C50/F01C100B+MA5622A
VDSL2 and vectoring
/MA5623A

MA5611S series (outdoor devices,


VDSL2 and vectoring
which do not require a separate cabinet)

Product capabilities are determined based on their specifications.

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Ethernet Cascading in FTTB/FTTC (Standalone
NE Networking)
1 Typical Networking
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HGW
xDSL
STB PE-AGG
MDU NGN/IMS
UPE
OLT

TV
Laptop Metro network

GE IPTV head
Phone UPE end
PE-AGG
Phone

xDSL+POTS
Modem
Splitter

POTS In Ethernet cascading scenarios where

PC MDU MDUs are standalone NEs, the MDUs


Phone transmit data upstream to a MAN switch or
edge router through GE ports. Alternatively,
Laptop
MDU the MDUs transmit data upstream to the
PC OLT through GE ports and then to a MAN
switch or edge router. xDSL access mainly
applies on the user side.
STB xDSL+POTS The MDU+OLT networking shown in the
HGW figure on this slide is recommended. In this
Splitter
networking, remote MDU software
commissioning is supported.
TV

Phone PhonePOTS 10
Ethernet Cascading in FTTB/FTTC (Standalone
NE Networking)
1 Typical Networking
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Recommended Networking

The following table lists the devices required by the typical networking.

Usage
Recommended Solution General Specifications
Scenario

VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring,
F01S100+MA5616
SuperVector and POTS

VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring,
F01S200+MA5616
SuperVector and POTS
VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring,
F01S300+MA5616
SuperVector and POTS
F01S50/F01C50+MA5622A/MA
Ethernet VDSL2, VDSL2 combo and vectoring
5623A
cascading in
FTTB/FTTC MA5611S series (outdoor
(standalone devices, which do not require a VDSL2 and vectoring
NE networking) separate cabinet)
VDSL2/ADSL2+, vectoring,
F01T300/F01S300+MA5603T
SuperVector and POTS
VDSL2/ADSL2+/POTS and
F01T500+MA5600T/MA5603T
ADSL2+/VDSL2 combo, vectoring

VDSL2/ADSL2+, POTS and


F01D2000+MA5600T
ADSL2+/VDSL2 combo

Product capabilities are determined based on their specifications.

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Continuous Copper Technology Evolution Contents
2 Fast Rate
Acceleration

Copper lines are critical infrastructures for fixed network carriers. The construction of ultra-wideband
networks using innovative technologies on existing copper lines is being widely accepted by carriers.
Although copper lines have been in service for hundreds of years, the application of innovative
technologies, such as G.fast and NG-Fast, the copper lines will be able to provide higher and higher
bandwidths.
Huawei will continue with copper technology innovation. In addition to vectoring and G.fast, Huawei has
started the research on NG-Fast, which will provide a bandwidth of 5–10 Gbit/s over copper lines.

10G
NG-Fast 5G

G.fast 1G

SuperVector 300M

Vectoring 100M

VDSL2 50M
ADSL2+
20M
ADSL2
ADSL 6M

ISDN 0.1M
Dial modem
Telephone Bandwidth (bit/s)

VDSL2 Vectoring SuperVector G.fast


Typical rate 30-50 Mbit/s 50-100 Mbit/s 100-300 Mbit/s 500 Mbit/s to 1 Gbit/s
Typical reach < 1000m < 1000m < 700m < 200m
Typical scenario FTTB/FTTC FTTB/FTTC FTTB/FTTC FTTB/FTTdp/FTTD

For details about copper technologies, see the Feature Glance.


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Deploying Ultra-High-Speed Copper Return to
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2 Fast Rate Line Networks as Required
Acceleration

The topology and access technologies can be selected for copper line networks based on
service requirements, conveniently and efficiently providing high bandwidths for users.

Rural area

High-value area

Urban area

CO

Access Typical
Area Demand Topology
Technology Bandwidth
High-end users impose  FTTD
High-value G.fast 100 Mbit/s to 1
increasingly strong demands on  FTTdp
area Vectoring Gbit/s
high bandwidths.  FTTB

 FTTB VDSL2
Requires quick network coverage
Urban area  FTTC Vectoring 30-300 Mbit/s
and reuses existing copper lines.
 DSLAM SuperVector

Requires long-distance network  FTTB


VDSL2
Rural area coverage and reuses existing  FTTC 4-30 Mbit/s
ADSL2+
copper lines.  DSLAM

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FTTD/FTTdp Is a Vigorous Supplement Return to
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to FTTH
3 Short TTM

Drop fiber routing is a bottleneck in fiber to the home (FTTH) network deployment, which
prompts numerous operators to use existing copper lines to deploy ultra-wideband networks.
The closer application of copper-line technologies to end users leads to a higher access rate.
In addition, high-end users demand to exclusively use ultra-high bandwidths. Considering
these factors, Huawei launched the FTTD/FTTdp solution that is closer to end users than the
FTTB/FTTC solution, assisting carriers in rapidly deploying ultra-wideband networks.

Huawei Solution
@Exterior wall

CO

ONU CPE

ONU

GPON

FDT FDT
OLT
100 m

@Garage

ONU

 Supports multiple power supply modes and installation scenarios,


Rapid deployment
and simplified shortening site availability duration.
management  Supports ONT-like management, speeding up service deployment.

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E2E Copper Line Acceleration - 1 Contents
3 Short TTM

In the global copper line acceleration reconstruction, fixed network carriers encounter
difficulties in attainable bandwidth pre-evaluation and acceleration fulfillment rate, and the
acceleration reconstruction cannot meet expectations. Huawei's FTTB/FTTC solution
provides a professional E2E copper line acceleration solution, assisting carriers in
optimal, fast high-bandwidth network evolution.

Challenges

Difficult restoration of Difficult locating of


copper network copper line faults
information

Copper line routes are missing, Copper line faults frequently


and no tool is available to occur and are difficult to locate.
support acceleration planning Rectifying such faults requires
and reconstruction. multiple times of trenching,
causing high costs.
Unpredictable attainable Low acceleration
bandwidth planning accuracy

No measures are available to predict


vectoring, SuperVector, or G.fast The planned user bandwidth
evolution effects, resulting in lack of varies greatly from the actual
confidence in acceleration and one, resulting in a low
service provisioning. acceleration fulfillment rate.
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E2E Copper Line Acceleration - 2 Contents
3 Short TTM

Huawei Solution
Huawei provides professional platforms and tools such as GNEECCloud to help
customers efficiently solve problems such as line quality evaluation and attainable
bandwidth evaluation.
Huawei GNEECCloud platform
Restoration of copper network information Fault diagnosis before the reconstruction

Basic network information Line quality information Information about copper line faults
Routing No routing
information information N2510 CLT N2510 FDR tool
Carrier iRoute App
resource
management

Networkwide Single-point
Batch fault Precise inspection or
collection inspection
Pipeline locator scanning locating of faults
Simulation test

Rate, line length,


Fault analysis report
attenuation, bit error,
Line fault map
Topology/line information stability, and offline

Attainable rate pre-evaluation Site location planning and design

Evaluation of attainable copper line bandwidth Precise site location planning and design

• Site locations are precisely selected based


on the evaluated bandwidth.
Evaluation
• The acceleration fulfillment rate is
algorithm cloud
achieved.

Attainable rate of copper lines for


reconstruction at original sites

Attainable rate of copper lines for


sites moving down
Copper line quality map

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3 Short TTM

Huawei Solution

The bandwidth pre-evaluation solution is used as an example to help


carriers efficiently evaluate the attainable rate in multiple scenarios.

Before Evaluation Pre-evaluation After Evaluation


Unknown Quality Professional Tool + Platform Visible Quality

1. What is the quality of live- 1. Live-network map of


network copper lines? copper quality.
2. Does bandwidth 2. Fulfillment rate after
LineExpert@GNEECCloud
acceleration meet the bandwidth acceleration.
fulfillment rate? 3. xx Mbit/s user percentage.
3. How many xx Mbit/s users
Example: Copper acceleration Pre-evaluation
can cover? (SuperVector)
Current Att.Bitrate
400
SV Att.Bitrate
350
300 90.4% port > 50 Mbit/s
250
200

1 Copper network 2 Sampling test 150


100
information data (CLT- 50

collection Speedtester)
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000

Evaluation for multiple Evaluation for multiple Efficient evaluation


scenarios reconstruction technologies
Bandwidth acceleration at
original CO sites Vectoring
ADSL SuperVector Efficiency: 1,000,000 ports/1 week
Bandwidth acceleration by VDSL2 G.fast
downwards FTTx migration

For more information, visit http:\\support.huawei.com.


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Outdoor Integrated Access Solution Contents
3 Short TTM

Access devices are continuously moving downward to be closer to end users. In this case, the
devices might be installed outdoor, such as mounted to poles or exterior walls or installed in
manholes. The outdoor installation scenarios promote high requirements on environment
adaptability and power obtaining for the access devices. Huawei provides a comprehensive
outdoor integrated access solution, meeting outdoor installation requirements.

Huawei Solution

ONU (remote outdoor


access point)
OLT
ONU (remote outdoor
GE/GPON access point)
Switch ONU (remote outdoor
access point)
CO

 100 Mbit/s access: VDSL2+vectoring


High bandwidth
 1 Gbit/s access: G.fast+vectoring

 Outdoor integrated ONU (small form


High environment factor-sealed unit)
adaptability  Dustproof/Waterproof level:
IP68/IP55

Flexible power  Local AC power


obtaining  Reverse PoE
 Remote power supply (RPS)

Supported Products
The MA5611S series and MA5811S series support the outdoor integrated
access solution. For details about the products, see product documentation.
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Migration for PSTN Networks
3 Short TTM

Huawei provides the industry-leading smooth PSTN network migration solution, which uses
three-in-one combo boards to efficiently reconstruct original networks.

Challenges

PSTN and DSLAM devices on the live network have been end of
1 service (EOS). These high-failure-rate devices must be out of
service (OOS) from live networks.
A large number of voice-service-only users are on live networks,
and separate network reconstruction requires a high cost. In
2 addition, the voice-service-only users feature low ARPU, bringing
low profits for carriers.

Huawei Solution

• Uses broadband and narrowband combo boards, reducing the demands on the number of
boards and supporting DSL bandwidth acceleration.
• The distance of provisioning both broadband and narrowband services is reduced because
access nodes have moved downward to be closer to end users. New outdoor sites support
both broadband and narrowband services.
Innovative three-in-one design

Three-in-one

POTS + DSL + SPL


Combo board
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Migration for PSTN Networks
3 Short TTM

Benefits to Customers

Port density is improved by 50%, and the


number of spare parts is reduced by 50%. - The number of desired
slots is reduced by 50%.
- The number of MDFs is
reduced by 2/3.
- The device space is
reduced by 1/2.

TCO is reduced, and wiring workload is


reduced by 66%.
PSTN
NB TCO is reduced by 32%:
BB - The construction cost is
MDF SPL reduced by 32%.
- The maintenance cost is
DSLAM
reduced by 33%.

MDF
Combo

PSTN network migration using combo boards is flexible, which supports rapid
service provisioning. The combo solution has been deployed in more than 60
countries and regions, benefiting more than 20,000,000 users.

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SuperVector Speedup
3 Short TTM

In copper network speedup, various carriers have used VDSL2 + vectoring to achieve
50-100 Mbit/s access. The more advanced G.fast + vectoring solution provides 500
Mbit/s to 1 Gbit/s access at a short distance. However, some carriers require a solution
medium to these two solutions. This is SuperVector. On the basis of VDSL2 + vectoring,
SuperVector speeds up the copper line rate to 100-300 Mbit/s, which is applicable to
broadband coverage for copper line speedup at original sites and remote areas.

Huawei Solution
FTTC
SuperVector CO

ONU

FTTB
ONU
SuperVector OLT

 Improved bandwidth: Maximum downstream bandwidth is improved from 100 Mbit/s


in VDSL2 + vectoring to 300 Mbit/s.
 Speedup at long distance: Attainable distance for downstream 100 Mbit/s bandwidth
is expanded from about 500 m in VDSL2 + vectoring to 700 m.
 Protected site investments: Second speedup at original sites, featuring short TTM
and fast return on investment (ROI). This greatly protests carrier investments on FTTC
and vectoring sites.
Involved Product
ONUs supporting SuperVector are MA5616 and MA5603T. For details about
product introduction, see the corresponding product manuals.

For details about SuperVector, see its Feature Glance.


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N2510, Professional Line Test and Assurance System
4 Simplified
Maintenance
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Challenges Huawei Solution

Poor physical line quality

Lack of methods and


tools to diagnose
electrical and physical
line faults

Mode change from


traditional passive O&M
to active O&M and
optimization

For details about the N2510, see the


N2510 Feature At-a-Glance
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Remote Power Supply Solution Contents

5 Intelligent Site

Huawei provides the RPS solution complying with the IEC60950-21 standard for power
supply at a long distance from the CO end to remote end through copper lines. This
solution helps carriers resolve power obtaining and backup issues for fast deployment
and service provisioning.

Challenges

Mains supply is difficult to obtain.

 In some regions, remote sites cannot obtain mains


supply due to law restrictions.
 Devices are installed in some scenarios that cannot
obtain mains supply, such as manholes and FDTs.

Batteries are difficult to maintain.

In some regions, batteries are so frequently stolen


that they have to be supplemented once every half
year, leading to difficult maintenance.

Mains supply requires a long period to deploy.

Mains supply is centrally managed by the power


supply department and features long deployment
period, which is a half year on average.

Power obtaining cost is high.

Batteries must be replaced once every two years


generally, featuring high costs.

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5 Intelligent Site

Huawei Solution
Huawei provides the CO RPS, which boosts voltage and transmits power over RPS
cables. After the power is transmitted to FTTC or FTTdp sites, the remote RPS
decreases the voltage, implementing long-distance DC power transmission.
Scenario 1 FTTC sites without mains supply
In this scenario, the CO equipment room supplies power. Specifically, the RPC is played
in the CO equipment room, and the RPR is placed in the FTTC site. Then, the power is
transmitted through copper lines from the CO equipment room to the FTTC site at a
distance of 2-6 km.
CO equipment room FTTC site
U2000
RPC RPR

OLT MDU

Scenario 2 FTTC sites with mains supply (downstream FTTdp


sites without mains supply)
In this scenario, the CO equipment room or FTTC site supplies power. Specifically, the
RPC is placed in the FTTC site. Then, the power is supplied for devices (manhole and
weak-current well) in the FTTdp site through the existing site power at a distance of 1-2
km.
CO equipment room FTTC site FTTdp site
U2000
Built-in RPR
module

OLT

RPC
MDU
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Remote Power Supply Solution Contents

5 Intelligent Site

Supported Products

Remote Power Appearance Maximum Output Cabinet


Supply Power
RFT-V
RPC018-V 3528 W 19-inch open rack (2.2 m)
(CO) (18 modules and 36
circuits of output)
RPR006-V 1800 W • F01S100
(Remote) (6 modules and 24 • F01S200
circuits of output) • F01S300
• F01T300
• F01T500
• F01D2000
RFT-C

RPC018-C 3136 W 19-inch open rack (2.2 m)


(CO) (18 modules and
144 circuits of
output)
RPC004-C 696 W NA
(CO) (4 modules and 32
circuits of output)
RPC008S-C 150 W (8 circuits of F01S100
(Remote) output)

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5 Intelligent Site

Product Highlights

Comprehensive protection for human being safety

Meets the international IEC60950-21 standard on human being safety, which


requires fast protection against shirt circuit, open circuit, and ground.

High efficiency
For RFT-V:
The RPS efficiency is not less than 93% in full load; supports multiple-pair-
mode RPS for line loss reduction; supports intelligent fan speed adjustment.
For RFT-C:
The RPS efficiency is not less than 92% in full load. Supports intelligent fan
speed adjustment.

Dense integration

A CO RPS subrack supports up to 18 modules, provides a maximum output power


of 3528 W (RFT-V) or 3136 W (RFT-C), and supports cascading of 9 subracks.

Unified NMS

Unified NMS for both the power supply system and devices to reduce
difficulties in service deployment and provisioning.

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Intelligent Battery Management Contents

5 Intelligent Site

Large-scale FTTC construction promotes rapid increase for the number of outdoor sites.
A large number of batteries in outdoor cabinets are used for power backup. Carriers
urgently require to effectively manage the batteries to support stable network running.

Challenges
Routine maintenance cost is high.

• Sites are so widely distributed that site visit manpower cost is high.

• According to statistics, the operating expense (OPEX) cost took 49%


of the TCO. However, among the OPEX, battery maintenance fee
took 29%.

Network operating is unstable.

• There is no method to monitor batteries in real time and detect


latent battery faults, which will lead to a service interruption.

• According to statistics, the number of site service interruptions


caused by battery faults takes 19% of the total number of site
service interruptions per year.

ROI is low.

• The health status of a single battery cannot be accurately


obtained. As a result, a single battery fault leads to the
replacement of the entire battery group.

• According to statistics, 60–70% of replaced batteries are


functional.

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Intelligent Battery Management Contents

5 Intelligent Site

Huawei Solution
Huawei provides an industry-leading intelligent battery management solution, which monitors
batteries in a site in real time and generates a warning when detecting a latent battery fault.
This solution reduces site visit time and maintenance cost.
Remote Login and Operation Using Web Pages

Processes
eBIMS
information.

IP
GPRS/IP
Aggregates
information.
Site 1 Site N

eBOX eBOX
Site 1 Site N

 Collects
information.
eBAT eBAT
 Provides lightweight browser/server architecture and
Centralized management supports browsing using web pages.
system eBIMS  Supports concurrent access of up to 3000 eBOXes.
 Supports standard NBIs.

Battery data collection unit  Supports GPRS or IP northbound communication networks.


eBOX  Supports concurrent access of up to 250 eBATs.

 Features 0 power consumption and requires no external


power supply. Accurately monitors single batteries in voltage,
Single-battery monitoring temperature, and internal resistance.
module eBAT
 Supports 2 V and 12 V batteries and wireless transmission.
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Benefits to Customers

Reduces OPEX and improves


O&M efficiency.
• Reduces the number of batteries for moving and the number of times for
moving.
• Faults can be queried and traced, improving troubleshooting efficiency.
• The process of storage > in-service > OOS can be properly scheduled.

Prolongs battery lifespan and


protects ROI.
• Deteriorated single batteries can be promptly replaced, prolonging the
lifespan of battery groups and protecting ROI.
• Accurate battery data supports battery replacement plan making,
reducing waste in battery resources and manpower.

Ensures network quality and


reduces environment pollution.
• Monitors batteries in real time, detects latent battery faults, and
promptly reports a battery fault. Provides accurate battery performance
counters, helping customers learn power backup security in real time.
• Minimizes network interruptions for sites caused by battery faults.
• Minimizes environment pollution caused by replaced batteries.

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5 Intelligent Site

Large-scale FTTC construction promotes rapid increase for the number of outdoor sites.
The disadvantages of traditional locks are exposed, which decrease site maintenance
efficiency and threat site security. Therefore, carriers urgently require a new door lock for
secure site management.

Challenges

Manual maintenance cost is high.

A large number of sites require a large number of keys to outdoor cabinets. A dedicated
person is responsible for managing the keys. Therefore, the key maintenance cost is high.

The management method is out


of date.
Keys are managed in a mess, and unlocking records are unavailable.

Keys are universal and assets


are prone to be stolen.

Some carriers use universal keys, and cabinet assets are prone to be internally stolen.

Locks are damaged violently


in the event of an emergency.
If the maintenance personnel forget the key, they have to force the door open to handle
emergent issues, damaging the cabinet lock.

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5 Intelligent Site

Huawei Solution
Intelligent locks for controllable site visiting authenticate user rights using IC cards. In this way,
the duration during which a site can be visited and the number of site visits can be controlled.
In addition, site visit records can be maintained remotely, implementing effective site security
management.

Terminal for
granting rights
1 Grants unlocking
Network security permissions.
administrator

3 Queries unlocking
records.
Network

2 Visits onsite for maintenance.

Outdoor cabinet Physical lock

IC card

E-lock CCU DSLAM

Supported Products
MA5600T series and F01T300/F01T500/F01S200/F01S300/F01D2000 cabinets, as well
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Benefits to Customers

Remotely grant rights is simple.

Unlocking rights can be granted remotely, and maintenance personnel do not have to go to
the management center to obtain the key. The simplified operation improves maintenance
efficiency.

Unlocking does not require a key,


facilitating rapid maintenance.
A door can be unlocked remotely, without requiring a key. This configuration facilitates rapid
maintenance in the event of an emergency.

Time-limited rights granting is


secure.
Granted unlocking rights are time limited, improving site security.

Logs can be queried for obtaining


historical data.
Unlocking logs can be queried to learn history maintenance operations and fault occurring
time.

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Acronyms and Abbreviations

BRAS broadband remote access server


CCU cabinet control unit
DSLAM digital subscriber line access multiplexer
EOS end of service
FTTB fiber to the building
FTTC fiber to the curb
FTTD fiber to the door
FTTdp fiber to the distribution point
FTTH fiber to the home
GE gigabit Ethernet
GIS geographic information system
HGW home gateway
IAD integrated access device
IMS information management system
IPTV internet protocol television
LAN local area network
MDF main distribution frame
MDU multi-dwelling unit
NAC network analyst center
NAT network address translation
NGN next generation network
OLT optical line terminal
ONU optical network unit
OPEX operating expense
PE provider edge
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Acronyms and Abbreviations

PON passive optical network


POTS plain old telephone service
STB set top box
TCO total cost of ownership
UPE underlayer provider edge
xDSL x digital subscriber line
Updates

Doc
Publish Time Change Description
version
Added the F01T300 cabinet.
07 2017.12.10
Updated the E2E copper line acceleration.
Updated the device lists required by the typical
06 2016.09.30
networking.

05 2016.05.31 Added SuperVector.

Optimized the network diagram and abbreviations.


04 2015.12.31
Modified the remote power supply solution.
The new version for the new contents and new
03 2015.07.01
style.
The first version of the FTTB and FTTC solution
01-02 2013-2014
overview.

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