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ZXMW PR10 V4 Technical Training
August 2007

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Agenda

 ZXMW PR10 V4 - Product Overview
– Product abstract
– Key Features & Benefits – Main Application

– Specification
– Released products / Future products

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ODU)  SW Modules – IDU SW – ODU SW – Management (Overview only)  Link Installation and Setup © 2007. All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation. .Agenda  HW Modules (IDU.

government. high-performance modem technology. leads the market in technology innovation.  Supports all major frequency bands from 7 to 38 GHz and up to 32 E1 or 16xE1 telephony plus 4x10/100Base-T data interfaces. . and cost-effective microwave digital radio.  Versatile. easy-to-configure.ZXMW PR10 V4 Series . It is an easyto-deploy. flexible PDH-IP operation in nextgeneration wireless networks. Using innovative.5 to 28 MHz.  Provides low-to-medium capacity PDH access and transport. and public safety networks. compact split-mount digital radio delivering data and voice connectivity for cellular backhaul. © 2007. It is optimized for efficient.Overview  Our latest family of microwave digital radios. network flexibility and the global transformation to IP. it supports QPSK and 16 QAM modulation over a wide range of channel band-widths software selectable from 3. All rights reserved. enterprise. ZTE Corporation.

.ZXMW PR10 V4 Series – Key Features              ODU is independent of capacity IDU is independent of RF 4 to 32 E1 (optional) network interfaces 4x10/ 100Base-T network interfaces Fully programmable modem In-service performance monitoring with parameters compliant to ITU-T G.826 recommendations Optional digital order wire Built-in agent to support SNMP protocol Programmable relay contacts for alarm indication / site control Site alarms monitoring Web-CIT for radio maintenance Local tributary loopback TPC and ATPC operation © 2007. ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved.

All rights reserved. . – System to offer scalable data rates by a unique digital modem design . spare parts and product stocking © 2007.Digital Modem – Digital Multiplexer (Xilinx)  Flexible Interfaces .LAN.Digital Architecture – Complete Digital Design – ASIC . PDH – LAN or PDH – Easy to implement mixed modes  Scalable Capacity – Spectrum on Demand – The availability to configure bandwidth to support various modes of operations by software command.one IDU for all capacities – Data rates from E1 (2 Mbps) to 16 E1 (32 Mbps) – Reduced logistics.ZXMW PR10 V4 Series – System Benefits  High system gain – Reed Solomon (Forward Error Correction) – Correct up to 16 Bytes from 252 Bytes frame (on each frame)  ASIC Technology . ZTE Corporation.

ZXMW PR10 V4 IDU 16E1 1+0 ZXMW PR10 V4 IDU 16E1+Eth 1+0 © 2007.ZXMW PR10 V4 – IDU Configuration  The IDU in an Unprotected Configuration houses the main sections: Traffic Modulation Unit (TMU). All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation. . It can also include optional Ethernet Traffic Unit (Eth TU).

ZXMW PR10 V4 – IDU Configuration  The IDU in a Protected Configuration houses the main sections: Service Unit (SU). Modem Unit (MU). All modules compose the 1-RMS IDU. Core Unit (CU). ZTE Corporation. It can also include optional Ethernet Traffic Unit (Eth TU). ZXMW PR10 V4 IDU 16E1 1+1 ZXMW PR10 V4 IDU 16E1+Eth 1+1 © 2007. E1 Traffic Unit (TU). All rights reserved. .

ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved. as a Detachable mount. The following illustrations provide an overview of such configurations ODU A1 ODU A2 Unprotected ODU Protected ODU © 2007. .ZXMW PR10 V4 – ODU/Antenna Configuration  The ZXMW-PR10 V4 radio uses an ODU architecture suited for an Outdoor/Indoor Separate mount. The ODU can also be mounted directly to a special outdoor pole-mounted antenna.

All rights reserved.ZXMW PR10 V4 – Main Application 2G/3G Mobile Network Base Station Interconnection © 2007. . ZTE Corporation.

728 © 2007. .75-13.385-7 Annex 1 Annex 4 CEPT/ERC REC 02-06 8 GHz 7.497-6 CEPT/ERC REC12-02 F.9 F.196.32 266 420. 14MHz/16E1.5 F.25 15GHz 14. ZTE Corporation.490.636-3 CEPT/ERC REC12-07 QPSK: 7MHz/4E1.5MHz/4E1.126 305. 28MHz/16E1 16QAM: 3.725-8. Channel Spacing Item Frequency Range [GHz] Frequency Plan ITU-R/CEPT Channel Separation RF TX/RX Spacing [MHz] 7GHz 7.245 119.5-15.161.386-6 Annex 1 Annex 3 Annex 4 13 GHz 12.ZXMW PR10 V4 – Currently Frequency Plans. 14MHz/8E1.11-7. 28MHz/32E1 154.56. All rights reserved.35 F. 168. 7MHz/8E1.311.

2-23.7-19.0-39.749-1 CEPT/ERC REC T/R 12-01 QPSK: 7MHz/4E1. 14MHz/8E1.7 F. ZTE Corporation. 28MHz/32E1 1010 1008 1008 1260 © 2007.6 F.5 F.748-3 CEPT/ERC REC T/R 13-02 Annex B 38 GHz 37. All rights reserved.191 CEPT/ERC REC12-03 23 GHz 21.ZXMW PR10 V4 – Currently Frequency Plans.637-3 CEPT/ERC REC T/R 13-02 Annex A 26 GHz 24. 7MHz/8E1. 14MHz/16E1.595-6 F.5 F.5-26. Channel Spacing (Continued) Item Frequency Range [GHz] Frequency Plan ITU-R/CEPT Channel Separation RF TX/RX Spacing [MHz] 18 GHz 17. . 28MHz/16E1 16QAM: 3.5MHz/4E1.

All rights reserved.ZXMW PR10 V4 – Power Consumption Configuration IDU A1 1+0 30W (Rate Free) 35W 24W 55W 45W 1+1 45W (Rate free) 35W×2 24W×2 115W 99W ODU Power Consumption(Max) A2 with ODU A1 with ODU A2 © 2007. . ZTE Corporation.

0 © 2007.0 15.0 13.0 20.0 17. .0 21. ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved.0 20.0 16QAM 20.0 20.0 20.ZXMW PR10 V4 – Nominal Transmit Power Frequency(GHz) Output Power (dBm ) QPSK 7 8 13 15 18 23 26 38 Guaranteed ±2.0 15.0 24.0 dB 24.0 21.0 15.0 17.0 17.

5 -84.5 -87.0 -85.5 -81.0 -80.0 +1.0 © 2007.0 18 -87.5 -88.0 -82.0 -80.5 -88.5 -89.0 -92.0 -82.0 -82.0 -85.5 -73.5 -83.0 -89.0 -84.5 -85.5 -82.5 -85. .5 -84.0 -88.0 26 -85.0 -84.0 -86.5 38 Guaranteed -85.0 -88.0 -91.0 -91.ZXMW PR10 V4 – System Threshold Level Frequency(GHz) QPSK BER = 10-6 16QAM 16E1 8E1 4E1 32E1 16E1 8E1 4E1 7 -82.0 -85.5 -91.0 23 -85.0 -88.0 dB -79.5 -86.0 -87.0 15 -82.0 -80.5 -73.0 -90.0 -80.0 8 -82.0 -88.0 -87.5 -91.0 -80.5 -85. ZTE Corporation.5 13 -82. All rights reserved.0 -85.0 -74.5 -74.5 -87.5 -83.

5 4.000Hours IDU: -5 to 45° ODU: -33 to +55° C. 1+1 (FD) +2 dB (13/15/18G) 4. 482 (W) × 44 (H) × 240 (D).5 4.Output power level (TX PWR) Conforms to ETSI 301 489-4 200.5 E1 (ITU-T G. . 482 (W) × 44 (H) × 240 (D). All rights reserved.5 5.5 7 7.703). C ODU A1: 230 (W) × 305 (H) × 102 (D). 1+1 (HS/SD).703 (Co-directional) 64kbps×1channel.7 kg © 2007. 3 kg IDU: 1+1. Engineering Order Less than 10^-12 at RSL = -30 dBm Received signal level (AGC V). in 1 dB step ± dB 1. in 1 dB step ± ppm 5 ± ppm 10 1+0. 3. 5 Kg IDU: 1+0.2 Kg ODU A2: 210 (W) × 290 (H) × 90 (D). 10/100 Base T(X) (IEEE 802.5 6. port) dB M aximum Input Level M etering Access M odulation Type Baseband Interface N×E1 (N=4/8/16/32) N×E1 (N=0/4/8/16) + 4×10/100 Base T(X) Service Channels Residual BER ODU M onitor Items EM C M ean Time Between Failures Guaranteed Temperature Range Dimensions (mm) and Weight 7 8 System Characteristics 13 15 18 23 26 38 Guaranteed 20 dB.3) G.5 +1.5 dB(23/38G) -20 dBm (No Error) RX Signal Level QPSK or 16QAM 4. 5. 1+1 (HS).ZXMW PR10 V4 – System Characteristics Item Frequency(GHz) Power Control ATPC range Frequency Stability Configuration Receiver Noise Figure (at Ant.0 20 dB. ZTE Corporation.

ZTE Corporation. .ZXMW PR10 V4 – SNMP Network Management          Intuitive. All rights reserved. with cascading between IDUs © 2007. proactive SNMP network management system CIT base on WEB Technology User-friendly interface Hierarchical views Simple configuration In-service performance monitoring of the transmission quality Remote download of configuration/software (TFTP) Multiple software configurations can be stored 10/100 Base-T access.

All rights reserved. 13G. ZTE Corporation. 8G.ZXMW PR10 V4 – Released and Future Products  ZXMW PR10 V4 .Released Product – IDU • 2/4/8/16/32E1 • 2/4/8/16E1 + 4×10/100 Base-T – ODU (Frequencies) : • ODU A1: 7G. 15G • ODU A2: 18G. . 38G – Protected Link • HSB • SD © 2007. 26G. 23G.

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ZTE Corporation. .ZXMW PR10 V4 Series IDU – Indoor Unit © 2007. All rights reserved.

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IDU V4. ZTE Corporation.0 – General Overview © 2007. . All rights reserved.

0 – Practicality Picture © 2007. All rights reserved. .IDU V4. ZTE Corporation.

ZTE Corporation.IDU V4. All rights reserved.0 – Inside Structure © 2007. .

-48V DC In (-40 to -58V) Fuse System Status LED RJ45.703 64k co-directional RJ45. EOW Interface. ZTE Corporation. connection to handset EOW Call Button Modem Status LED DB-15-F. NMS LA Interface ODU Status LED System Reset Button DB-44-F. All rights reserved.IDU V4. G. Power On/Off Coaxial N-Type Female. connection to ODU © 2007.0 – Front panel RJ45. IF Interface. 8xE1 IN/OUT RJ45. DSC Interface. EDI Interface. Traffic Interface. 2 external inputs 4x10/100Base-T DB-3-F Power Connector. . NMS LAN Interface Self-lock Switch. 2 relay contacts.

15 pins RJ45 RJ45 D-SUB.IDU V4. 44 pins D-SUB. All rights reserved.0 – Interface Connectors Panel Identifier NM S LAN NM S LA TRAFFIC IN/OUT CH1 to CH8 TRAFFIC IN/OUT CH9 to CH16 EDI IN/OUT DSC EOW TRAFFIC IN/OUT CH17 to CH24 TRAFFIC IN/OUT CH25 to CH32 IF IN/OUT 48V DC IN Location Connector Type CU CU CU CU SU SU SU E1 TU E1 TU MU MU RJ45 RJ45 D-SUB. ZTE Corporation. 44 pins D-SUB. 44 pins D-SUB. 3 pins power Function Web-CIT or NMS access Web-CIT or NMS access E1 Traffic Access E1 Traffic Access 2 Relays and 2 External Inputs E0 Additional Service Access Orderwire Handset Access E1 Traffic Access E1 Traffic Access Connection to ODU DC Power Input © 2007. 44 pins N Type Coxial D-SUB. .

IDU V4.0 – EDI Connection Pin-out Pin Number Signal Name Direction 1 EDI_OUT1a O 2 EDI_OUT1b O 3 EDI_IN1+ I 4 NC 5 NC 6 EDI_IN2+ I 7 EDI_OUT2a O 8 EDI_OUT2b O 9 EDI_OUT1com O 10 GND O 11 EDI_IN1I 12 GND O 13 EDI_IN2I 14 GND O 15 EDI_OUT2com O Function Relay Contact 1 Relay Contact 1 External Input 1 No Connection No Connection External Input 2 Relay Contact 2 Relay Contact 2 Relay Contact 1 Ground External Input 1 Ground External Input 2 Ground Relay Contact 2 Pin 5 Pin 1 Pin 15 Pin 11 © 2007. ZTE Corporation. . All rights reserved.

ZTE Corporation.0 – E1 Traffic Connection Pin-out Pin Number 1 Pin Number 2 25 3 26 4 5 27 6 28 7 29 8 30 9 31 10 32 11 33 12 34 13 35 14 36 15 37 16 38 17 39 18 40 19 41 20 42 21 43 22 44 23 24 Signal name R1+ Signal name R1120 Ohm impedance Tributary 1/9/17/25 input (hot wire) 120 Ohm input (cold wire) Tributary 1/9/17/25 impedance 75 Ohm impedance Tributary 1/9/17/25 input 75 Ohm impedance Ground Pin 15 Pin 30 Pin 1 Pin 16 T4+ NC T4R2+ R2NC NC T5+ R3+ T5R3NC NC R6+ R4+ R6R4T6+ NC T6R5+ NC R5R7+ NC R7T1+ T7+ T1T7NC NC T2+ R8+ T2R8NC T8+ T3+ T8T3NC Tributary 4/12/20/28 output (hot wire) Tributary 4/12/20/28 output Tributary 4/12/20/28 output (cold wire)Tributary 2/10/18/26 input Ground Tributary 2/10/18/26 input (hot wire) Tributary 2/10/18/26 input (cold wire) Ground Tributary 5/13/21/29 output (hot wire) Tributary 5/13/21/29 output Tributary 3/11/19/27 input (hot wire) Tributary 5/13/21/29 output (cold wire)Tributary 3/11/19/27 input Ground Tributary 3/11/19/27 input (cold wire) Ground Tributary 6/14/22/30 input (hot wire) Tributary 6/14/22/30 input Tributary 4/12/20/28 input (hot wire) Tributary 6/14/22/30 input (cold wire) Tributary 4/12/20/28 input Ground Tributary 4/12/20/28 input (cold wire) Ground Tributary 6/14/22/30 output (hot wire) Tributary 6/14/22/30 output Tributary 6/14/22/30 output (cold wire) Ground Tributary 5/13/21/29 input (hot wire) Tributary 5/13/21/29 input Tributary 5/13/21/29 input (cold wire) Ground Tributary 7/15/23/31 input (hot wire) Tributary 7/15/23/31 input Tributary 7/15/23/31 input (cold wire) Ground Tributary 1/9/17/25 output (hot wire) Tributary 1/9/17/25 output Tributary 7/15/23/31 output (hot wire) Tributary 7/15/23/31 output Tributary 1/9/17/25 output (cold wire) Ground Tributary 7/15/23/31 output (cold wire) Ground Tributary 2/10/18/26 output (hot wire) Tributary 2/10/18/26 output Tributary 8/16/24/32 input (hot wire) Tributary 8/16/24/32 input Tributary 2/10/18/26 output (cold wire) Ground Tributary 8/16/24/32 input (cold wire) Ground Tributary 8/16/24/32 output (hot wire)Tributary 3/11/19/27 output Tributary 8/16/24/32 output Tributary 3/11/19/27 output (hot wire) Tributary 8/16/24/32 output (cold wire) Ground Tributary 3/11/19/27 output (cold wire) Ground Pin 44 Pin 31 © 2007. . All rights reserved.IDU V4.

All rights reserved.703 © 2007.703 G.0 – DSC Connection Pin-out Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal Name RRING RTIP NC NC TRING TTIP NC NC Direction I I O O Function DSC Data In DSC Data In No Connection No Connection DSC Data Out DSC Data Out No Connection No Connection Standard G. .703 G.IDU V4. ZTE Corporation.703 G.

.0 – EOW Connection Pin-out Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal Name NC NC MICSPKSPK+ MIC+ NC NC Direction Function No Connection No Connection ECM negative Speaker input Speaker input ECM positive No Connection No Connection Standard Analog Analog Analog Analog © 2007.IDU V4. All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation.

IDU V4. . ZTE Corporation.0 – NM1/2 Connection Pin-out Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal Name TX1+ TX1RX1+ NC NC RX1NC NC Direction Function Standard O Transmit positive Analog O Transmit negative Analog I Receive positive Analog Not connected Not connected I Receive negative Analog Not connected Not connected © 2007. All rights reserved.

IDU V4.0 – DC Power Connection Pin-out

Pin Number A1 A2 A3

Signal Name GND -48V In NC

Direction

Function Ground -48V Power Not Connect
Pin A3

Pin A1

Pin A2

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IDU V4.0 – IDU to ODU Interconnect
 A recommended coaxial cable to connect between IDU and ODU  Cable Interface – Single coaxial cable for both TX and RX – Cable type RG-8 or equivalent – Rated impedance 50 Ohm – Maximum cable length Up to 300 meters (1000 ft.)/QPSK – Connector type N type Male Connector – Signal running along the cable
    Tx nominal frequency 310/330 MHz Rx nominal frequency 70/140 MHz Transceiver management signals 388 kbit/s, bidirectional Carrier for transceiver management signals IDU to ODU = 17.5 MHz/0 dBm, ODU to IDU = 5.5 MHz/0 dBm  Remote power supply direct from battery voltage

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IDU V4.0 – Hardware Versions

 1 rack unit compact IDU, 1+0 configuration, 2/4/8/16/32xE1  1 rack unit compact IDU, 1+0 configuration, 2/4/8/16xE1 plus Eth

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0 – Modules Module Name Description TM U ETH TU Funciton Main Unit . .an integrated traffic interface module for up to 4 10/100 Base T ethernet channels © 2007. All rights reserved. a modulator/demodulator of baseband signal Eth Traffic Unit Optional . ZTE Corporation.includes core unit. A power Traffic Modulation Unit supply. service unit and modem unit.IDU V4.

ZTE Corporation.0 – PCB © 2007.IDU V4. . All rights reserved.

5V 1. All rights reserved.3V 2.IDU V4.0 – HW Structure Diagram LED F口 CPU控制单元 网管接口单元 Q口 E1接口 E0接口 EOW E1业务接口 单元 基带处理单元 调制解调单元 中频单元 SMA接头 IP业务 ETH业务扩展 接口 5V 3.8V 1.2V 电源单元 时钟单元 -48V © 2007. . ZTE Corporation.

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ZTE Corporation.4 – Practicality Picture © 2007. . All rights reserved.IDU V4.

ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved. .4 – Inside Structure Ethernet Traffic Unit (Eth TU) Backplane (BP) Service Unit (SU) Modem Unit (MU) B Fan Unit (FU) Core Unit (CU) Two Fans Modem Unit (MU) A © 2007.IDU V4.

8xE1 IN/OUT Coaxial N-Type Female. All rights reserved. DSC Interface.4 – Front panel EOW Call Button DB-15-F. -48V DC In (-40 to -58V) Ground 4x10/100Base-T RJ45.703 64k co-directional DB-3-F Power Connector. Traffic Interface. 2 relay contacts. connection to ODU MU Status LED © 2007. EDI Interface. G. EOW Interface. 2 external inputs RJ45. NMS LAN Interface ODU Status LED Self-lock Switch. Power On/Off System Reset Button DB-44-F. . NMS LA Interface RJ45. connection to handset Fuse Alarm/Main t Status LED RJ45. IF Interface. ZTE Corporation.IDU V4.

44 pins D-SUB.4 – Interface Connectors Panel Identifier NM S LAN NM S LA TRAFFIC IN/OUT CH1 to CH8 TRAFFIC IN/OUT CH9 to CH16 EDI IN/OUT DSC EOW TRAFFIC IN/OUT CH17 to CH24 TRAFFIC IN/OUT CH25 to CH32 IF IN/OUT 48VDC IN Location Connector Type CU CU CU CU SU SU SU E1 TU E1 TU MU MU RJ45 RJ45 D-SUB. ZTE Corporation.IDU V4. All rights reserved. 44 pins N Type Coxial D-SUB. 3 pins power Function Web-CIT or NMS access Web-CIT or NMS access E1 Traffic Access E1 Traffic Access 2 Relays and 2 External Inputs E0 Additional Service Access Orderwire Handset Access E1 Traffic Access E1 Traffic Access Connection to ODU DC Power Input © 2007. 15 pins RJ45 RJ45 D-SUB. . 44 pins D-SUB. 44 pins D-SUB.

4 – EDI Connection Pin-out Pin Number Signal Name Direction 1 EDI_OUT1a O 2 EDI_OUT1b O 3 EDI_IN1+ I 4 NC 5 NC 6 EDI_IN2+ I 7 EDI_OUT2a O 8 EDI_OUT2b O 9 EDI_OUT1com O 10 GND O 11 EDI_IN1I 12 GND O 13 EDI_IN2I 14 GND O 15 EDI_OUT2com O Function Relay Contact 1 Relay Contact 1 External Input 1 No Connection No Connection External Input 2 Relay Contact 2 Relay Contact 2 Relay Contact 1 Ground External Input 1 Ground External Input 2 Ground Relay Contact 2 Pin 5 Pin 1 Pin 15 Pin 11 Note: D-SUB15 Pin-out Definition. ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved. .IDU V4. © 2007.

© 2007.IDU V4. ZTE Corporation. .4 – E1 Traffic Connection Pin-out Pin Number 1 Pin Number 2 25 3 26 4 5 27 6 28 7 29 8 30 9 31 10 32 11 33 12 34 13 35 14 36 15 37 16 38 17 39 18 40 19 41 20 42 21 43 22 44 23 24 Signal name R1+ Signal name R1120 Ohm impedance Tributary 1/9/17/25 input (hot wire) 120 Ohm input (cold wire) Tributary 1/9/17/25 impedance 75 Ohm impedance Tributary 1/9/17/25 input 75 Ohm impedance Ground Pin 15 Pin 30 Pin 1 Pin 16 T4+ NC T4R2+ R2NC NC T5+ R3+ T5R3NC NC R6+ R4+ R6R4T6+ NC T6R5+ NC R5R7+ NC R7T1+ T7+ T1T7NC NC T2+ R8+ T2R8NC T8+ T3+ T8T3NC Tributary 4/12/20/28 output (hot wire) Tributary 4/12/20/28 output Tributary 4/12/20/28 output (cold wire)Tributary 2/10/18/26 input Ground Tributary 2/10/18/26 input (hot wire) Tributary 2/10/18/26 input (cold wire) Ground Tributary 5/13/21/29 output (hot wire) Tributary 5/13/21/29 output Tributary 3/11/19/27 input (hot wire) Tributary 5/13/21/29 output (cold wire)Tributary 3/11/19/27 input Ground Tributary 3/11/19/27 input (cold wire) Ground Tributary 6/14/22/30 input (hot wire) Tributary 6/14/22/30 input Tributary 4/12/20/28 input (hot wire) Tributary 6/14/22/30 input (cold wire) Tributary 4/12/20/28 input Ground Tributary 4/12/20/28 input (cold wire) Ground Tributary 6/14/22/30 output (hot wire) Tributary 6/14/22/30 output Tributary 6/14/22/30 output (cold wire) Ground Tributary 5/13/21/29 input (hot wire) Tributary 5/13/21/29 input Tributary 5/13/21/29 input (cold wire) Ground Tributary 7/15/23/31 input (hot wire) Tributary 7/15/23/31 input Tributary 7/15/23/31 input (cold wire) Ground Tributary 1/9/17/25 output (hot wire) Tributary 1/9/17/25 output Tributary 7/15/23/31 output (hot wire) Tributary 7/15/23/31 output Tributary 1/9/17/25 output (cold wire) Ground Tributary 7/15/23/31 output (cold wire) Ground Tributary 2/10/18/26 output (hot wire) Tributary 2/10/18/26 output Tributary 8/16/24/32 input (hot wire) Tributary 8/16/24/32 input Tributary 2/10/18/26 output (cold wire) Ground Tributary 8/16/24/32 input (cold wire) Ground Tributary 8/16/24/32 output (hot wire)Tributary 3/11/19/27 output Tributary 8/16/24/32 output Tributary 3/11/19/27 output (hot wire) Tributary 8/16/24/32 output (cold wire) Ground Tributary 3/11/19/27 output (cold wire) Ground Pin 44 Pin 31 Note: D-SUB44 Pin-out Definition. All rights reserved.

703 G.703 © 2007.4 – DSC Connection Pin-out Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal Name RRING RTIP NC NC TRING TTIP NC NC Direction I I O O Function DSC Data In DSC Data In No Connection No Connection DSC Data Out DSC Data Out No Connection No Connection Standard G.IDU V4.703 G. All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation.703 G. .

.4 – EOW Connection Pin-out Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal Name NC NC MICSPKSPK+ MIC+ NC NC Direction Function No Connection No Connection ECM negative Speaker input Speaker input ECM positive No Connection No Connection Standard Analog Analog Analog Analog © 2007. All rights reserved.IDU V4. ZTE Corporation.

4 – NM1/2 Connection Pin-out Pin Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal Name TX1+ TX1RX1+ NC NC RX1NC NC Direction Function Standard O Transmit positive Analog O Transmit negative Analog I Receive positive Analog Not connected Not connected I Receive negative Analog Not connected Not connected © 2007.IDU V4. . ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved.

. ZTE Corporation.4 – DC Power Connection Pin-out Pin Number A1 A2 A3 Signal Name GND -48V In NC Direction Function Ground -48V Power Not Connect Pin A3 Pin A1 Pin A2 © 2007.IDU V4. All rights reserved.

ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved. bidirectional (A2) Carrier for transceiver management signals (A2) IDU to ODU = 17. ODU to IDU = 5.4 – IDU to ODU Interconnect  A recommended coaxial cable to connect between IDU and ODU  Cable Interface – Single coaxial cable for both TX and RX – Cable type RG-8 or equivalent – Rated impedance 50 Ohm – Maximum cable length Up to 300 meters (1000 ft.5 MHz/0 dBm.IDU V4.)/QPSK – Connector type N type Male Connector – Signal running along the cable     Tx nominal frequency 310/330 MHz Rx nominal frequency 70/140 MHz Transceiver management signals 388 kbit/s.5 MHz/0 dBm  Remote power supply direct from battery voltage © 2007. .

2/4/8/16xE1  1 rack unit compact IDU. 1+1 configuration. ZTE Corporation.IDU V4. 1+1 configuration. .4 – Hardware Versions  1 rack unit compact IDU. 2/4/8/16xE1 plus 4xEth © 2007. All rights reserved.

the cable interface for bidirectional communication between ODU and IDU. an engineering order wire (EOW) Optional . In protected terminal configurations two identical Modem Units shall be present in the IDU. and implement the IF section of the mo-demodulator EDI with up to 2 input and 2 output contacts. a digital service channel (DSC) based on E0 [G. a service multiplexer for service individual multiplexing / demultiplexing. a radio protection switching function (RPS) to switch between two receive paths. .power supply.4 – Modules Module Name Description Funciton Main Unit . room for an optionally plugged SU.IDU V4. All rights reserved. room for an optionally plugged TU. the digital modulator/demodulator and the Main Unit .a a micro-controller conversion to and from an analogue intermediate frequency.an integrated traffic interface module for up to 4 10/100 Base T ethernet channels To apply fan control To apply main unit interconnection CU Core Unit MU Modem Unit SU Service Unit ETH TU FU BP Eth Traffic Unit Fan Unit Backplane Note: To plug in/retrieve a Modem Unit into/from an IDU will not interrupting the traffic on the active Modem Unit. the output contacts supporting relay. codirectional.an integrated traffic interface module for up to 16 E1 channels.703]. © 2007. ZTE Corporation. a radio inter-working function for adaptation of the signals to the modem format.

T1/T3. ETH) SU CU(Core Unit) Back Plane IDU I-MIS-F I-MIS-Q I-CU-TU CU (Core Unit) FU I-MIS-EOW I-MIS-EDI I-MIS-DSC I-MIS-CU-MU SU I-CU-SU I-MIS-CU-MU I-MIS-CU-MU & I-MIS-CU-FM I-MIS-CU-FM Back Plane © 2007. . ZTE Corporation.IDU V4.4 – HW Structure Diagram EOW DSC EDI F Q E1 MUI MUI (E1) I-MIS-TU-E1/T1 I-MIS-E3/T3 I-MIS-ETH TU (E1/E3. All rights reserved.

ZTE Corporation.IDU V4. . All rights reserved.4 – PCB © 2007.

IDU V4.4 – Core Unit Mounting Hole for Optional Card Connector for Expanded SU Connector for Expanded Eth TU  CU contains Micro-processor. 4/8/16E1 Traffic Interface Section. NMS Interface Section © 2007. . ZTE Corporation. 16MB Flash. Multiplex/De-Multiplex. All rights reserved.

232 16*E1 16 E1 POW 1.IDU V4. All rights reserved.3V 5*16 SPI 5 SMC 5 31 LED UTOPIA Rx_ Symb_Clk System_Clk( LVDS) spare FPGA_ CONFG_TU MUX_TU( LVDS) FPGA_ CONFG_SU MUX_SU( LVDS) 31 2 2 3 3 MUX 5 12 5 5 12 & DEMUX 3.3V 3.3V BDM RS. .3V LED MII ETHSW BDM 2.3V 1.5V FEC SPI F Q 3.8V 3.2V FPGA CONFIG 5 SCC ODU_OOK_TX ODU_OOK_RX ODU_OOK_TX ODU_OOK_RX 5 CPU SCC SPI HWID SPI SPI SPI SPI I2C NE Management packet SPI 5 SCC SPI I2C 5 5 10 10 2 SPI_TU SPI_SU SPI_MU FU CLK IFCTRL OPCTL SSPRG 2 2 3 3 5 5 Local Bus EPLD Boot SDRAM Flash © 2007.4 – Core Unit Block Diagram Manufacture & For Debug 3. ZTE Corporation.

DSC Interface Section © 2007. ZTE Corporation.4 – Service Unit Mounting Hole  SU contains Multiplex/De-Multiplex.IDU V4. All rights reserved. . EOW Interface Section. EDI Interface Section.

IDU V4.3V DC-DC (DC) 14 3.8V 3. ZTE Corporation.3V EDI _OUT1/2a EDI _OUT1/2com EDI _OUT1/2b 2 2 2 Relay (REL) 5V EDI_OUT1/2 Front Panel CU Board © 2007. All rights reserved.4 – Service Unit Block Diagram MIC+ MICSPEAKER+ SPEAKERMCLK PCM Codec (PCM) BCLKR/T FSR/T Dx Dr 2 2 12 GND DSC_D_IN+ DSC_D_INDSC_CK_IN+ DSC_CK_INDSC_IN1/2 2 MUX Signal Bus(LVTTL) 6 Receiver V.11 PHY(PHY) LVDS Transceiver 12 MUX Signal Bus(LVDS) DSC_OUT1/2 2 DSC_D_OUT+ DSC_D_OUTDSC_CK_OUT+ DSC_CK_OUT- Mux/Demux And Control (MDC) Driver FPGA CONFIG SPI Interface and driver(ID) 5 5 5 FPGA CONFIG 2 Driver 5 SPI Call_out 2 Call_int EDI_IN1/2+ EDI_IN1/2- 2 2 Optical Coupler (OC) EDI_IN1/2 1. .

.4 – Core Unit plugged Optional SU © 2007. All rights reserved.IDU V4. ZTE Corporation.

4 – Eth Traffic Unit (Optional) Mounting Hole  Eth TU contains Ethernet interface section with four Ethernet ports © 2007.IDU V4. All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation. .

4 – Eth Traffic Unit Block Diagram 10/100Base-T 10/100Base-T 0 1 5-port Ethernet Switch Tx Framer MII Int 10/100Base-T 10/100Base-T } 2 3 Tx Rx DeFramer Rx © 2007.IDU V4. All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation. .

IDU V4. ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved.4 – Core Unit plugged Optional SU and Eth TU © 2007. .

Telemetry Section. ZTE Corporation.4 – Modem Unit  MU contains Power Supply Section. All rights reserved. IF Section. Cable MUX Section © 2007. .IDU V4. Modem Section.

2V 3. ZTE Corporation.IDU V4. .3V 48V DC-DC Converter 12V © 2007.8V 1. All rights reserved.4 – Modem Unit Block Diagram 12M 93M CLOCK 93M/12M 330M IF TRX A/D D/A DSP BP INTFC 140M Cable MUX TELEMETRY 6V TX_OOK/RX_OOK 5V 3.5V 1.3V 2.

IDU V4.4 – Back Plane
Connector for MUB plug in

Connector for CU plug in

Connector for MUA plug in

Connector for FU plug in

© 2007, ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved.

IDU V4.4 – Back Plane Block Diagram

Back Plane
I-CU-FU

I-FU-CU-MU

I-CU-MU

I-CU-MU

I-CU-MU

To FU

To CU

To MU B

To MU A

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IDU V4.4 – I/O Board (16E1, 75ohm)

D-SUB44-M - 1M – D-SUB44-M Cable Connect I/O board to IDU front panel connector

D-Sub44-Female E1: CH1 - CH8

D-Sub44-Female E1: CH9 – CH16

© 2007, ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved.

ZTE Corporation.IDU-Indoor Unit IDU – LED Status © 2007. All rights reserved. .

All rights reserved. Major alarm.0 Label Color Green SYSTEM Action Off On On On The system is turn off. Slow Flashing The system have fault during booting. © 2007. Minor alarm. ZTE Corporation. No any alarm. . details need to check through Web-CIT. The system is operating properly. details need to check through Web-CIT. Red Yellow Slow Flashing The system have configuraion error during booting. Meaning Slow Flashing The system is booting.LEDs Status – V4. but not effect traffic.

ZTE Corporation.LEDs Status – V4. The MU is operating properly The MU has failed. . Green ODU Red Yellow Off On On On The ODU is absent. All rights reserved. In a protected system. the MU is in redundant state. The ODU has failed. The ODU is operating properly. Meaning Fast Flashing The modem is synchronizing.0 Label Color Green MODEM Red Action Off On On The system is turn off. © 2007.

No On Green any alarm. Yellow The system have fault during booting. details need to check On through Web-CIT. Major alarm. The system is operating properly. ZTE Corporation. Core Unit ALARM/MAINT Red The system have configuraion error Slow Flashing during booting. Slow Flashing but not effect traffic. All rights reserved. Module Label Color Action Off © 2007. Slow Flashing The system is booting.4 Meaning The system is turn off. details need to check On through Web-CIT.LEDs Status – V4. . Minor alarm.

Red On The ODU has failed. Yellow The redundant modem is Fast Flashing synchronizing. The modem is synchronizing. the MU is in Yellow On redundant state. Green On The ODU is operating properly. The MU is operating properly The MU has failed. Color Action Off Green On On Red Fast Flashing MU Modem Unit ODU © 2007.LEDs Status – V4. Off The ODU is absent. In a protected system. ZTE Corporation. .4 Module Label Meaning The system is turn off. All rights reserved. the MU is in On redundant state. In a protected system.

The remote system have alarm. Indicates that a module is not inserted and powered in the MU B absent alarm MU B slot. SU Card unknown alarm There is an unknown card in SU slot. E1 TU FPGA config failure alarm The TU FPGA download failed. Radio link failure alarm The Rx demux cannot synchronize on main traffic. The system could not restore the configuration from the Config file load failure alarm config files. Indicates that a module is not inserted and powered in the MU A absent alarm MU A slot. All rights reserved. Indicates that a module is not inserted and powered in the ODU B absent alarm ODU B slot. SU FPGA config failue alarm The SU FPGA download failed. Temperature raised alarm IDU operating tempreture is above threshold. BER is above the threshold. E1 TU Card unknown alarm There is an unknown card in TU slot. Indicates that a module is not inserted and powered in the ODU A absent alarm ODU A slot. Switch over failure alarm Switchover operation failed.Glossary of Alarms (1) Description Major alarm Minor alarm Remote alarm BER alarm Explanation The system have major alarm. CU Card unknown alarm There is an unknown card in CU slot. CU FPGA config failure alarm The CU FPGA download failed. Alarm Level Major Minor Minor Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Minor Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major © 2007. Radio Network comm failure alarm The network communication over radio failed. the default values were used. The system have minor alarm. . ZTE Corporation.

The Tx A RF oscillator is not locked up. The Tx A IF AGC is not locked up. ZTE Corporation. CW-tone mode is set on Tx_A. DSC line loopback is set. ODU A is manually muted. The Rx A RF oscillator is not locked up. The Tx A IF oscillator is not locked up. The RSL of ODU A is below the system threshold. The PA A output is low (more than 3 dB below the set value). There is an unknown card in MU A slot. External input 1 indicates an alarm condition. The MU B FPGA download failed. The modem B Rx cannot synchronize on the incoming IF signal.Glossary of Alarms (2) Description DSC Inward loopback alarm DSC Line loopback alarm External input 1 alarm External input 2 alarm MU A Card unknown alarm MU A FPGA config failure alarm Modem A Sync failure alarm MU A TX CWTone alarm MU B Card unknown alarm MU B FPGA config failure alarm Modem B Sync failure alarm MU B TX CWTone alarm ODU A TX manual mute alarm ODU A Software download failure alarm ODU A IF TX PLL is unlocked ODU A IF RX PLL is unlocked ODU A RF TX PLL is unlocked ODU A RF RX PLL is unlocked ODU A Power Amplifer alarm ODU A RSL alarm ODU A IF TX AGC is unlocked Explanation DSC inward loopback is set. There is an unknown card in MU B slot. The MU A FPGA download failed. The ODU A software download failed. The modem A Rx cannot synchronize on the incoming IF signal. External input 2 indicates an alarm condition. The Rx A IF oscillator is not locked up. . Alarm Level Minor Minor Minor Minor Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major © 2007. CW-tone mode is set on Tx_B. All rights reserved.

. The PA B output is low (more than 3 dB below the set value). The RSL of ODU B is below the system threshold. The ODU A's watch dog failed. All rights reserved. The Tx B IF AGC is not locked up. The ODU A's power supply failed. E1 tributary x inward loopback is set. The ODU B's EEPROM is not functional. ZTE Corporation. The Rx A IF AGC is not locked up. ODU B is manually muted. The ODU B's power supply failed. The Tx B RF oscillator is not locked up.Glossary of Alarms (3) Description DSC Inward loopback alarm ODU A IF RX AGC is unlocked ODU A EEPROM alarm ODU A Power Supply failure alarm ODU A Watch dog failure alarm ODU B TX manual mute alarm ODU B Software download failure alarm ODU B IF TX PLL is unlocked ODU B IF RX PLL is unlocked ODU B RF TX PLL is unlocked ODU B RF RX PLL is unlocked ODU B Power Amplifer alarm ODU B RSL alarm ODU B IF TX AGC is unlocked ODU B IF RX AGC is unlocked ODU B EEPROM alarm ODU B Power Supply failure alarm ODU B Watch dog failure alarm E1 x input LOS alarm E1 x input line loopback alarm E1 x input inward loopback alarm Explanation DSC inward loopback is set. The Rx B IF oscillator is not locked up. The ODU B software download failed. The Rx B RF oscillator is not locked up. E1 tributary x: No input signal from the customer. The Rx B IF AGC is not locked up. E1 tributary x input loopback is set. The ODU B's watch dog failed. The Tx B IF oscillator is not locked up. Alarm Level Minor Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major © 2007. The ODU A's EEPROM is not functional.

ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved. .ZXMW PR10 V4 Series ODU – Outdoor Unit © 2007.

ODU . 38GHz ODU A1 ODU A2 © 2007. 26GHz.Outdoor Unit • ODU A1: 7GHz. . 15GHz • ODU A2: 18GHz. ZTE Corporation. 13GHz. All rights reserved. 8GHz. 23GHz.

Antenna Antenna © 2007. . light weight and aesthetic – easily blends into the ODU A1 local environment.Outdoor Unit  Independent of capacity  Small. compact.ODU . All rights reserved.  ODU can be installed ODU A2 either directly on \ with the antenna or separately. ZTE Corporation.

. ZTE Corporation.Outdoor Unit ODU A1 © 2007. All rights reserved.ODU .

ZTE Corporation. .ODU A1. All rights reserved.Block Diagram © 2007.

Connectors BNC N Ground bolt Connector Type Coaxial N-type female connector BNC-type female connector Ground bolt Description Cable interfacing IDU and ODU Connection to a multimeter with the purpose to alignment and test Connection to ground system © 2007.ODU A1. All rights reserved. . ZTE Corporation.

ZTE Corporation.1+0 © 2007. . All rights reserved.ODU A1.

. All rights reserved.ODU A1 – 1+1 Hot-Standby (by 1 antenna) © 2007. ZTE Corporation.

.ODU A1 – 1+1 Hot-Standby (by 2 antenna) © 2007. All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation.

. All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation.1+0 ODU A1 With Integral Antenna (Pole Mounting) © 2007.

1+1 ODU A1 With Integral Antenna (Pole Mounting) © 2007. All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation. .

. All rights reserved.1+0 ODU A1 With Separated Antenna (Pole Mounting) © 2007. ZTE Corporation.

All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation. .1+1 ODU A1 With Separated Antenna (Pole Mounting) © 2007.

ZTE Corporation.1+0 ODU A1 housing final position for vertical polarization Polarization hole Back loop Feed source © 2007. . All rights reserved.

ZTE Corporation.1+0 ODU A1 housing final position for Horizontal polarization Polarization hole Back loop Feed source © 2007. All rights reserved. .

.ODU A1 Housing Final Position For 1+1 © 2007. All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation.

ZTE Corporation. .Outdoor Unit ODU A2 © 2007. All rights reserved.ODU .

ZTE Corporation.Block Diagram © 2007.ODU A2. All rights reserved. .

ODU A2. ZTE Corporation.Connectors N BNC Ground bolt Connector Type Coaxial N-type female connector BNC-type female connector Ground bolt Description Cable interfacing IDU and ODU Connection to a multimeter with the purpose to alignment and test Connection to ground system © 2007. . All rights reserved.

All rights reserved. .ODU A2 – 1+0 © 2007. ZTE Corporation.

.ODU A2 – 1+1 Hot-Standby (by 1 antenna)  The two ODUs are coupled to the antenna side via a balanced or unbalanced hybrid. All rights reserved. © 2007. ZTE Corporation.

. ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved.ODU A2 – 1+1 Hot-Standby (by 2 antenna) © 2007.

ZTE Corporation. .1+0 ODU A2 With Integral Antenna (Pole Mounting) © 2007. All rights reserved.

ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved. .ODU A2 Direct Mount (1+0) © 2007.

All rights reserved.1+1 ODU A2 With Integral Antenna (Pole Mounting) © 2007. . ZTE Corporation.

.ODU A2 Direct Mount (1+1) © 2007. ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved.

1+0 ODU A2 With Separated Antenna (Pole Mounting)

© 2007, ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved.

1+1 ODU A2 With Separated Antenna (Pole Mounting)

© 2007, ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved.

1+0 ODU A2 housing final position for vertical polarization

© 2007, ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved.

1+0 ODU A2 housing final position for Horizontal polarization © 2007. ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved. .

ODU A2 Housing Final Position For 1+1  Hybrid Mount On Pole Support . © 2007. ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved. .

ZTE Corporation. .ATPC Operation © 2007. All rights reserved.

. All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation.ZXMW PR10 V4 Series SW MODULES © 2007.

. All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation.SW Modules IDU Software © 2007.

ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved. .IDU Software– Block Diagram Front Panel FTP Client Telnet Client DHCP Client SNTP Server SNMP FTP Server Telnet Server DHCP Server SNTP Client Data Handler Control Tasks Hardware TCP/IP PPP LAN © 2007.

Telnet . FTP. .  Telnet host can be used through LAN  FTP can be used through LAN © 2007.  TCP/IP provide IP address to all interfaces (ports): – LAN  SNMP provides interface both ways (inputs and outputs) for Link and Front Panel. All rights reserved.IDU Software . ZTE Corporation.TCP/IP  TCP/IP supports 3 basic applications: – SNMP.

All rights reserved. These links provide full-duplex simultaneous bi-directional operation. A family of Network Control Protocols (NCPs) for establishing and configuring different networklayer protocols. ZTE Corporation. and testing the data-link connection. 2. A method for encapsulating multiprotocol datagram. A Link Control Protocol (LCP) for establishing. IP IPCP PPP LCP Framing Radio interface © 2007. 3. PPP is comprised of three main components: 1. configuring. .PPP Protocol  The Point-to-Point Protocol is designed for simple links which transport packets between two peers.

All rights reserved. .SW Modules ODU Software © 2007. ZTE Corporation.

All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation. .ODU Software – Block Diagram Alarm managerment SC Protocol handler Hardware © 2007.

ZTE Corporation. . All rights reserved.SW Modules Management Software © 2007.

Management – Web-CIT        Web-CIT based on WEB Technology Configuration Management Performance Monitoring Status and Fault Management Test Activation and Monitoring Software Update Applications (Telnet) © 2007. All rights reserved. . ZTE Corporation.

All rights reserved. .Web-CIT – Log in  Default settings IP address: “Obtain an IP address automatically” User name: admin Password: admin © 2007. ZTE Corporation.

ZTE Corporation. . All rights reserved.Web-CIT – Main Screen © 2007.

ZTE Corporation. All rights reserved. .ZXMW PR10 V4 Series Link Installation and Setup © 2007.

the N-type connector should be at 7 o‟clock. 5.Using ½” open /close wrench . attach the antenna mount to the pole in a general direction using any kind of azimuth device. Attach the ODU to the antenna and secure the 4 clips that hold the ODU. 4. © 2007. Connect the RG-8 cable. When the polarization is vertical. All rights reserved. coming from the ODU. Secure the antenna to the antenna mount (about 1/4 of a turn) and secure the bolts that hold the antenna. to the N-type connector and secure it by hand. compass. Set the DVM to DC volts to a range between 2-20 Volts (measurement will be 0-3 V). ZTE Corporation.) 1. Connect a DVM to the BNC socket on the ODU. 3.Link installation and setup  A: ODU installation – initial setup ( This procedure will describe an ODU to be mounted directly on antenna. . 2. etc.

3. 4. Set the initial parameters according to your system (Frequency. 2. Connect the Coax cable (RG-8 coming from the ODU) to Coaxial N-Type female connector on the IDU. Verify the polarity of the power cable. 6. Please refer to Doc “ZXMW PR10 V4 Radio Microwave System Operation Manual”. 8. Polarity is especially important when IDU is installed on a rack mount (19” rack).Link installation and setup  B: IDU installation – initial setup 1. Turn on the main power switch or power breaker to supply DC to the IDU (-40 ~ -58V DC). All rights reserved. © 2007. 5. Link Capacity and Tx Power). An RSL value of NA. Check for a reasonable RSL value (before antenna alignment). ZTE Corporation. 7. 9. Check the Web-CIT display parameters. . means there is no signal being received. Connect the IDU to a power source (22-60V DC).

***The best results are when both sides have the same RSL***. 5.Link installation and setup  C: Final adjustment 1. close and secure the „test‟ BNC connector cap. at the antenna. The final adjustment is done. secure the antenna mount. All rights reserved. adjust the pitch and direction of the antenna to get maximum received signal. © 2007. After getting the best results on both side. Using the DVM and the fine tilt adjustment of the antenna mount. ZTE Corporation. in good weather. The average signal strength should be. The voltage is positive (+) and increases with the signal strength (the better the signal –the more voltage). It has to be done one by one and not simultaneously. above 2 V DC reading on the DVM. always on both sides of the link. 3. . 2. 4. but also according to the path calculation.

All rights reserved. ZTE Corporation. .Link installation and setup  Estimated values of „RSL‟ measured via the ODU BNC outlet (for A2) © 2007.

. Connect a wave guide between the ODU and the antenna. 5. © 2007. ZTE Corporation. Make sure the O-ring is in it‟s place and firmly tight the wave guide screws. All rights reserved. 4. Attach the ODU with a special \ separate mount to the pole. 2. Please verify the direction of the wave guide according to the antenna and the ODU (vertical or horizontal). Same as before. attach the antenna mount to the pole in the right general direction. 1.Link installation and setup (1+0)  D: ODU installation – initial setup (This procedure will describe an ODU to be mounted separately from the antenna using a wave guide to connect to the antenna). 6. 3. Follow the procedure (from step A4 and on) continue with the ODU and IDU installation and final adjustment.

ZTE Corporation.Thank you © 2007. All rights reserved. All rights reserved © 2007. ZTE Corporation. .

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