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1.1Intended audience
1.2Structure of this document
1.3Symbols and conventions
1.4History of changes
1.5Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE)
1.6RoHS compliance
Figure 2 Microwave Split Mount Architecture
3Solution structure
3.1IDU-ODU interconnection
3.1.1Radio signal
3.1.2IDU/ODU service auxiliary channel
3.1.3ODU power supply
Figure 4 Applications 1 - Mobile Networks- 1st Mile
5.1Modulations and capacities
Table 6 Summary of Modes Supported up to SVR 2.1
Table 7 Modes and ETSI Class Certification
5.2Basic configurations
5.2.1Standard terminal
5.2.2Protected terminal
5.2.3Ring configuration (East-West)
5.3Equipment composition
5.4Link Terminals with different configuration
Figure 24Link terminals with different configuration
5.5Ethernet payload Processing
5.5.1Maximum bit rate over the air
5.5.2Port Setting
5.5.3Learning functionality
5.5.4Ethernet Latency
5.5.5Throughput and Back-to-Back Limits
5.5.6Max packet size
5.5.7Buffer size
5.5.8Counters, Link monitoring in Standard and Enhanced Master IO modules in Standard2, Enhanced2 and 42xE1 Master IO modules in GigEth and GigEth Enhanced Master IO module
5.6VLAN Management
5.6.1HW/SW compatibility for VLAN Management functionlaity
5.6.2Ethernet Ports Identification
Table 21Ethernet Ports Identification
5.6.3VLAN Management Enabling
5.6.4Default VLAN-ID configuration
5.6.5Behaviour for p-bit configuration
Table 22VLAN Management Configuration
5.6.6Ingress Policy Tag mode Tag mode
Table 25Port Double Tag Mode Configuration
Table 26Ingress frame manipulation in Double Tag mode
5.6.7Forwarding Mode Forwarding Mode Forwarding Mode mode behaviour
Table 31VLAN connection Table
5.6.8Egress Policy
5.6.9Quality of Service management p-bit values are overwritten in some cases
5.6.10Guidelines and Rules for VLAN configurations Tag mode vs Double Tag mode criteria with mixed configurations
5.7Ethernet Functionality Summary
Table 36Summary of Ethernet Characteristics
5.8Particular behaviours
5.9100Mbps-PLUS Ethernet
5.10APC (Adaptive Power Control)
5.11ACM (Adaptive Coding / Modulation)
5.11.1Scope of ACM Applicability
5.11.2Released configurations for ACM
5.11.3ACM Configuration Parameters
Table 38Released ACM modes and Parameters
5.12Performance Monitoring
5.12.1HW/SW compatibility for Performance Monitoring functionlaity
5.12.2Performance Monitoring principles
5.12.3Measurements Types
5.12.4Measurement Periods
5.12.5Measurements Points
5.12.6Quality and Unavailability event counters
5.12.7Radio Protection Switching (RPS) Parameters
5.12.8Extended lists of available Performance Monitoring data
5.12.11Ethernet Statistics
Table 47Ethernet Statistics available via SNMP interface only
5.13.1Termination Points identification
Figure 40Physical location of E1 TP
Figure 41TP name and associated Prefix
5.13.2Bidirectional Connections
5.13.3Ring Cross-Connections
Figure 45Normal E1 data path within the IDU
Figure 46Protected E1 data path within the IDU
Figure 47Ring Cross connection with related syntax
5.14STM-1 Mux/Demux (Optional)
Figure 48STM-1 Mux/Demux Capability
5.15.1E1 Loopbacks for the aggregate signal
Figure 49Local LIU loop-back for a single E1 stream
5.15.2STM-1 loopbacks with STM-1 transparent with STM-1 with MUX/DEMUX option
6.1IDU and Network management
6.4NMS Network Operational Principles
Figure 52PC and IDU on same subnet
6.5Third Party Network Management Software Support
7Solution technical specifications
Table 53Max output power (at ODU flange)
Table 54BER = 10-6 Rx threshold (dBm)
8 Acronyms and abbreviations
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