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Contents 3 List of tables 5 List of figures 7 Summary of changes 9 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 2 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 3 3.1 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 3.1.5 3.2 4 4.1 4.2 4.2.1 Cabinet interfaces and cabling overview 13 Power supply interfaces 15 Interfaces from the front of the plug-in units 16 Interfaces from the back interface units 17 Interfaces from the cabling cabinet panels 20 Network Management Unit (NEMU) and service terminal interfaces

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Network interfaces 25 PDH/TDM connector panels for E1 interfaces 25 CPETS-G, CPETS-E and CPETS 27 CPETC-E and CPETC-B 29 BIE1T-A, BIE1T and BIE1C 31 E1T48-A and E1C48-A 31 STM-1/OC-3 interfaces 32 Front panels of the NP8S1/-A/-B, NI4S1-B, IW1S1A and IW1S1 plug-in units 32 Connector panel CPLC36 35 Connector panel CPRLC-B 36 LAN/Ethernet interfaces 37 Front panel of the NP2GE/-A plug-in unit 38 Front panel of the IPFGE plug-in unit 40 Front panels of the ESA24 and ESA12 plug-in units 42 Connector panel CPLAN-A 43 Maintenance interfaces 45 NEMU-specific maintenance interfaces VDU (VGA) interface pinout 46 USB interface pinout 46 Keyboard and mouse pinout 47 SCSI interface pinout 47 LAN interface pinout 48 Service terminal interface 49 45

Connector panels for external alarm and synchronisation interfaces 51 CPAL/-A and CPSAL/-B for alarm interfaces 51 CPSY-A, CPSY-B, CPSY and CPSAL/-B for synchronisation interfaces 55 External inputs and outputs 57

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8 5.2 5.7 5.11 5.2.5 5.4 5.6 5.2.9 5.3 5.10 5.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC 5 5.1 5.12 5.2.3 5.1 5.2 5.13 Requirement specification for external cables 59 E1 and T1 balanced (symmetrical) PCM 59 E1 unbalanced (coaxial) cables 62 E1 unbalanced (coaxial) cables with the CPETC-E panel 62 E1 unbalanced (coaxial) cables with the BIE1C panels 64 E1 unbalanced (coaxial) cables with the E1C48-A or CPETC-B panel 65 Alarm output to EXAU/-A 67 Alarm input cable 71 Voltage-controlled alarm input 74 Current-controlled alarm input 77 Asymmetrical external synchronisation 79 Symmetrical external synchronisation 80 10Base-T/100Base-TX 83 1000Base-T 84 Optical STM-1 86 1000Base-LX (optical) 87 Reference standards and directions 89 4 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .

Synchronisation (OUT 2M) interface pinout (RJ-45) Table 19. Cable CNIA E1 (120 Ω) component codes Table 20. External synchronisation inputs and outputs Table 17. Table 7. Cable CNIS T1 (100 Ω) component codes Table 21. Alarm outputs (D37) 55 57 Table 16. Service terminal interface pinout (RJ-45) Table 11. Table 9. Voltage-controlled alarm inputs 2 (D37) Table 13. Current-controlled alarm inputs (D25) Table 14. D37 connector pinouts 64 65 66 63 Table 26. RJ-45 connector pinouts (CNIB) 61 60 60 60 60 58 Table 24. Interfaces at the NP2GE/-A plug-in unit Interfaces at the IPFGE plug-in unit Interfaces at the ESA24/ESA12 units Interfaces on the NEMU units SVGA interface pinout (D15) USB interface pinout (4 pins) 45 46 46 47 41 42 39 Keyboard and mouse pinout (6 pins) SCSI interface pinout (D68) 47 LAN/Ethernet interface pinouts (RJ-45) for CPU. Table 3. Synchronisation interface pinout (RJ-45) 57 Table 18. AL2S. Table 4. Cable CNIB (120 Ω) component codes Table 22. Alarm outputs to the External Alarm Unit (EXAU/-A) (D25) Table 15. Component codes for unbalanced (coaxial) cable DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 5 (90) . Component codes for unbalanced (coaxial) cable Table 27. Component codes for the unbalanced (coaxial) CPRD cable Table 25. Table 6. Voltage-controlled alarm inputs 1 (D37) Table 12. Table 5.List of tables List of tables Table 1. Table 2. Table 8. CDSP and ESA24/ ESA12 plug-in units 48 49 52 53 53 54 Table 10. RJ-45 connector pinouts (CNIA/CNIS) Table 23.

Cable types for single-mode optical cables Table 46. Connection diagram for voltage-controlled alarm input Table 36. Cable CNDC (version A02) component codes 68 68 Table 30. Component codes for alarm output cable 72 72 75 Table 33. Component codes for voltage-controlled alarm input cable Table 35.5M symmetrical synchronisation input connector pinouts 81 Table 41.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Table 28. Component codes for CNIX (cross-connected) or CNI (straight) cable 83 Table 43. Connection diagram for current-controlled alarm input Table 38. Connector pinouts 85 87 89 83 Table 45.5M symmetrical synchronisation output connector pinouts 81 Table 42. Connector pinouts for a cable from CPSAL/-B to EXAU/-A or EXAU-A 1 to EXAU-A 2 with a direct cable 69 Table 31. Component codes for asymmetrical external synchronisation cable 80 Table 39. Cross-connected cable Table 44. Cable types for single-mode optical cables 6 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . Connector pinouts for a cable from EXAU-A 1 to EXAU-A 2 with a crossover cable 70 Table 32. 2M / 1. Cable CNIA E1 component codes (120Ω. Cable CNDC (version A01) component codes Table 29. Connection pinouts for voltage-controlled alarm input Table 34. Component codes for cable CNDC 77 78 75 Table 37. receive and transmit signals connected) 81 Table 40. 64K / 2M / 1.

BIE1T. and BIE1T-A 20 Cabling cabinet panels 22 Network interfaces on the NEMU plug-in units MCPC2/-A and MCP18/B 23 Back interface unit and connector panel equipping options Connector panel CPETS-G for the cabling cabinet 27 28 29 30 31 26 Figure 10. Front panel of the NP8S1 plug-in unit Figure 16. Figure 6. Figure 2. Connector panels CPSY-A. Figure 4. Connector panel CPLAN-A 43 39 41 42 37 Figure 24. Front panel of the NI4S1-B plug-in unit Figure 17. Front panel of the NP2GE plug-in unit Figure 21. Figure 7. Figure 9. CPSY-B (clock TSS3 1) and CPAL-A 18 Interfaces from the back interface units of the equipment cabinet: CPRLCB.List of figures List of figures Figure 1. Connector panel CPETS-E for the cabling cabinet Figure 11. Front panel of the ESA24 plug-in unit Figure 23. BIE1C. Front panel of the IPFGE plug-in unit Figure 22. Connector panel CPETC-B for the cabling cabinet Figure 14. External interfaces of the MGW External interfaces of the RNC 14 15 Interfaces from the front of the plug-in units of the MGW and RNC (IPFGE and IW1S1/A used in MGW only) 17 Interfaces from the back interface units of the equipment cabinet: CPSY-A (clock TSS3 0). Connector panel CPETC-E for the cabling cabinet Figure 13. CPSY and CPSAL/-B for alarm and synchronisation interfaces 56 DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 7 (90) . E1T48-A (upper) and E1C48-A (lower) connector panels for the IC186 equipment cabinet 32 Figure 15. Connector panel CPETS for the cabling cabinet Figure 12. Equipping the connector panel CPRLC-B Figure 20. Figure 8. Connector panel CPLC36 in the cabling cabinet Figure 19. Figure 3. Figure 5. CPSY-B. Connector panels CPAL/-A and CPSAL/-B for alarm interfaces 52 Figure 25. Front panel of the IW1S1/A plug-in unit 33 34 35 36 Figure 18.

Example of E1 multicoaxial cable with SMB connectors Figure 30. Example of E1 multicoaxial cable with BT43 connectors Figure 31. Connecting a PCM E1 cable to a connector. Example of asymmetrical external synchronisation cable Figure 36. Example of current-controlled alarm input cable Figure 35. CNIS (example) Figure 28. Example of LAN cable 84 85 87 89 Figure 39. Example of alarm cable to the EXAU/-A Figure 32. Example of voltage-controlled alarm input cable Figure 34. Example of a single-mode optical cable Figure 40. Example of symmetrical external synchronisation cable Figure 37. Example of CNIA cable assembly 61 62 Figure 27. Example of alarm output cable 74 76 79 80 82 71 65 67 Figure 33. Example of a single-mode optical cable 8 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . Example of LAN cable Figure 38.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Figure 26. 2=ring) 63 Figure 29. D37 connector body with unbalanced (coaxial) contacts (1=pin.

Changes for issue 9-4 Added new plug-in unit variants: . NP2GE-A. Changes for issue 9-2 Two new panels to ETSI configuration introduced: . network interface and processing 8xSTM-1 variant A or B. Changes for issue 9-3 Some editorial changes and minor corrections. Some corrections and editorial changes.6 Gbits/s variant A. DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 9 (90) . Therefore. . A new external site cable CNIB for the new panel types BIE1T-A and CPETS-G introduced. . the latest document issue contains all changes made to previous issues. BIE1T-A back interface panel CPETS-G connector panel .Summary of changes Summary of changes Changes between document issues are cumulative. ATM multiplexer 1. MX1G6-A. network interface and processing 2X1000Base-T/LX variant A NP8S1-A/-B. New variant for MXU.

Section 1000Base-LX (optical) was updated to include the correct singlemode cable information. Changes for issue 8-1 Updated the cable information regarding IPFGE plug-in unit: 1000BaseSX was corrected to a single-mode fibre cable 1000Base-LX. Changes for issue 9-1 In this document. . Section Front panel of the IPFGE plug-in unit was updated with output and input power values of the IPFGE plug-in unit's transceiver. 10 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .1 and 4. alarm outputs have been corrected to alarm inputs in drawings in chapters 4. IW1S1A plug-in unit for IWS1E/T with STM-1/OC-3 interfaces from the front panel NP2GE plug-in unit for NPGE(P) with optical and electrical gigabit Ethernet interfaces from the front panel NP8S1 plug-in unit for NPS1(P) with STM-1/OC-3 interfaces from the front panel MX1G6 plug-in unit for MXU with service terminal interface from the front panel SF20H plug-in unit for SFU with service terminal interface from the front panel .2. Changes for issue 8–0 Document updated and restructured for the U3C and RN2. .2. and the use of cabling cabinets in RNC.2 releases. Some minor editorial changes.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Updated information and a graphic regarding the equipping and cabling of back interface units and connector panels. . Changes for issue 9-0 New plug-in units introduced: . and in a table header in chapter 5.

and CPSYB for the rear of the cabinet.Summary of changes Five new connector panel types introduced: CPAL-A. SectionAlarm output to EXAU/-A updated. and CPETC-E added. DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 11 (90) . as well as the PDH/TDM connector panels CPETS-E. Changes for issue 7-3 Added information on the RoHS-compliant External Alarm Unit EXAU-A. Two new cables introduced: the external CPRD cable and the internal CPSM cable. CPSY-A.

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The external cables of the MGW and RNC connect the network element to its environment. This document applies to all releases of both MGW and RNC.Cabinet interfaces and cabling overview 1 Cabinet interfaces and cabling overview Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC contains information on the network interfaces and cables for IPA2800 network elements. The external cables connect to the front panels of the plug-in units. Equipment Lists. see the Cable Lists. . . . Power supply interfaces PDH/E1 T1 interfaces SDH/STM-1 OC-3 interfaces External synchronisation and alarm inputs and outputs LAN/Ethernet interfaces Service terminal interfaces from various plug-in units (for temporary service operations. . Installation Site Requirements for MGW and RNC and Engineering Descriptions. or to the connector panels in the cabling cabinet. DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 13 (90) . to the back interface units at the rear of the equipment cabinets. namely Multimedia Gateway (MGW) and Radio Network Controller (RNC). The MGW and RNC network elements have the following interfaces to the environment: . not covered by this manual) Interfaces of the Network Management Unit (NEMU) to accessories and peripherals: mouse. and VDU . . the mobile network it is used in. keyboard. For more information.

Ethernet H.current controlled inputs EXAU.monitor (SVGA) Ethernet 10/100 Mbit/s Service terminal RS232 DN02179402 TDM Ater .Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC MGW Network interfaces MGW ATM Iu ATM Core .048 MBIT/s .2.248 control IP Core /userplane SIGTRAN Figure 1. 120A External timing .048 MHz .SCSI . mouse .general current/voltage outputs .64 kHz +8 kHz .STM-1/ OC-3 IP .E1/T1/JT1 .Ethernet 10/100 Mbit/s .544 MHz External alarms .E1/T1/JT1 A-interface PSTN IWF TDM .alarm indicator lamp panel NEMU .keyboard.E1 /T1/JT1 (IMA) Operating interfaces -48V.serial ports . External interfaces of the MGW 14 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . EXAU-A .USB .voltage controlled inputs .2.1.STM-1/ OC-3 .

mouse Ethernet: 10/100 Mbit/s Service terminal RS232 DN01128587 Figure 2.048 Mbit/s or 2.1 Power supply interfaces The MGW and RNC operate on a -48V DC supply system. Each equipment cabinet has two mutually redundant power entry connectors. EXAU-A: alarm indicator lamp panel NEMU: printer. keyboard. Power feed cables can be routed through from the top or bottom of the cabinet. and the maximum voltage drop is 1. the maximum current is 120A per cabinet. External interfaces of the RNC 1. DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 15 (90) .544 MHz PDH ATM E1/T1/JT1 External alarms: general current/voltage outputs voltage-controlled inputs current-controlled inputs EXAU. When using the CPD120-A cabinet power distributor. monitor.5V. 120A SDH ATM STM-1 RNC External timing 2.048 MHz 64 kHz + 8 kHz 1. The voltage limits are -40V DC to -57V DC. the maximum thickness of the power supply cable is 70 mm2.Cabinet interfaces and cabling overview RNC Network interfaces Operating interfaces -48V.

IWS1T. 1. NI4S1-B (NIS1P/NIS1) and IW1S1/A (IW1SE.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC When using the CPD80-B/-A cabinet power distributor. the maximum current is 80A per cabinet. and electrical LAN 100 BASE-T (IPFEP) interfaces from IPFGE (IPNIUP used in MGW only) LAN 100 BASE-T interface(s) from the ESA24 plug-in unit (two front panel connectors for external use) LAN 100 BASE-T interface(s) from the ESA12 plug-in unit (two upper front panel connectors for external use) . used in MGW only) Optical LAN 1000 BASE-LX (NPGEP/NPGE). .2 Interfaces from the front of the plug-in units The front panels of the plug-in units house several connectors: . . the maximum thickness of the power supply cable is 50 mm2.5V. and the maximum voltage drop is 1. IPGOP). STM-1/OC-3 interfaces from NP8S1/-A/-B (NPS1P/NPS1). IPGEP). electrical LAN 1000 BASE-T (NPGEP/NPGE). 16 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .

3 Interfaces from the back interface units It is possible to route cables to the environment directly from the back interface units of the equipment cabinet. DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 17 (90) .Cabinet interfaces and cabling overview STM-1 LAN 1000BASE-T 1000BASE-LX Service terminal Service terminal Service terminal NI4S1-B ESA24 NP2GE STM-1 Redundant STM-1 Service terminal LED 1000BASELX 1000BASE-T STM-1 100BASE-T LAN (not used) LAN (not used) Service terminal Service terminal IW1S1/A DN02179683 IPFGE NP8S1 Figure 3. when the network element does not include a cabling cabinet. Interfaces from the front of the plug-in units of the MGW and RNC (IPFGE and IW1S1/A used in MGW only) 1.

CPSY-A IN 64k ETH IN 2M OUT 2M OUT 2M IN 2M EXT1 SYM ASYM CPSY-B IN 64k IN 2M OUT 2M OUT 2M IN 2M EXT2 SYM ASYM CPAL-A ALARM OUTPUTS CURRENT CONTROLLED ALARM INPUT TO EXAU VOLTAGE CONTROLLED ALARM INPUTS 1 2 DN05160581 Figure 4. Interfaces from the back interface units of the equipment cabinet: CPSY-A (clock TSS3 0). one D37 connector for general current or voltage outputs. CPAL-A CPAL-A is a connector panel used for alarms. two D37 connectors for voltage-controlled inputs. and one D25 connector for current-controlled alarm inputs.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC . . CPSY-A has a RJ-45 connector for service terminal for NEMU use. and they are equipped in the same network element. CPSY-A and CPSY-B CPSY-A is used for synchronisation of clock 0 (TSS3 0) and CPSY-B is used for synchronisation of clock 1 (TSS3 1). CPSY-B (clock TSS3 1) and CPAL-A 18 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . It has a horizontal layout and one D25 connector for EXAU/-A control. CPSY-A and CPSYB have two BNC connectors and three RJ-45 connectors for external synchronisation inputs and outputs.

BIE1T A back interface unit for E1/T1 balanced interfaces with 16 pieces of RJ-45 connectors. . .Cabinet interfaces and cabling overview . CPSAL-B (in RNC only) A connector panel type for external synchronisation and HW alarm interfaces. BIE1T-A (in MGW only) A back interface unit for E1 balanced interfaces with 8 pieces of RJ45 connectors. BIE1C A back interface unit for E1 unbalanced interfaces with 32 pieces of SMB connectors. CPRLC-B (in RNC only) A connector panel for STM-1/OC-3 interfaces with 16 pieces of LC connectors. . two E1 interfaces via each RJ-45 connector. DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 19 (90) . .

the connector panels for the PDH/TDM interfaces are located on the panels of the cabling cabinet. BIE1T. 20 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . BIE1C. The cabling cabinet can be used for routing cables from the network element to the environment. Interfaces from the back interface units of the equipment cabinet: CPRLC-B.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC 0 1 8 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 2 3 9 1 4 5 10 2 6 7 8 11 3 12 4 9 10 13 5 11 12 14 6 13 14 15 - 7 15 DN70461848 CPRLC-B BIE1C BIE1T BIE1T-A Figure 5. The numbers of the PDH/TDM lines and the plug-in unit connectors they connect to are listed in Cable Lists for MGW and Cable Lists for RNC. and BIE1T-A 1.4 Interfaces from the cabling cabinet panels In configurations that include a cabling cabinet. Cables to the environment are routed through from the front of the cabling cabinet.

. each with eight coaxial contacts. two interfaces via each RJ-45 connector. and one D25 connector for current-controlled alarm inputs. CPAL A connector panel for alarms with a vertical layout and one D25 connector for EXAU/-A control. . each with four RJ-45 connectors). CPETS-G (in MGW only) A connector panel with 24 pieces of RJ-45 connectors. . . that is. one D37 connector for general current/voltage outputs. CPETC-E A connector panel for 48 pieces of E1 unbalanced interfaces. . CPSY A connector panel for synchronisation with four BNC connectors and six RJ-45 connectors for external synchronisation inputs and outputs. . .Cabinet interfaces and cabling overview The cabling cabinet can be equipped with several panel types: . The panel supports forty-eight E1 interfaces. CPBP A blank panel for empty panel positions. CPETS-E A connector panel for 48 pieces of E1/T1 balanced (symmetrical) interfaces (twelve connector modules. 32 pieces of RJ-45 connectors. . twelve multicoaxial D-sub connectors. CPETC-B DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 21 (90) . CPETS A connector panel for 32 pieces of E1/T1 balanced interfaces with 32 pieces of RJ-45 connectors. CPLC36 A connector panel for STM-1/OC-3 and 1000 BASE-LX interfaces with 36 pieces of LC connectors. . two D37 connectors for voltage-controlled inputs. CPLAN-A A connector panel for Local Area Network interfaces (10/100 BASET/TX and 1000 BASE-T).

Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC A connector panel for 32 pieces of E1 unbalanced interfaces and 64 pieces of BT43 connectors. Cabling cabinet panels 22 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . CPETS-G 00 01 08 09 16 17 24 25 32 33 40 41 02 03 10 11 18 19 26 27 34 35 42 43 04 05 12 13 20 21 28 29 36 37 44 45 06 07 14 15 22 23 30 31 38 39 46 47 CPETS-E 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 CPETC-E 00 01 03 02 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 04 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 05 06 08 07 09 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 10 11 CPETS 00 01 02 03 04 05 08 07 CPETC-B Tx 00 Rx 01 02 03 04 05 08 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Rx 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Tx 16 Rx 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Tx 24 Rx 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 CPLC36 00 06 12 18 24 30 01 07 13 19 25 31 02 08 14 20 26 32 03 09 15 21 27 33 04 10 16 22 28 34 05 11 17 23 29 35 CPLAN-A CPAL CPSY 1 SYM 2 1 SYM 2 IN 2M ASYM IN 64k SYM OUT 2M ASYM 3 4 1 2 3 4 DN05160399 Figure 6.

USB interface The Windows 2000 compatible USB interface accepts the printer. . . or keyboard. mouse.5 Network Management Unit (NEMU) and service terminal interfaces .Cabinet interfaces and cabling overview 1. Network interfaces on the NEMU plug-in units MCPC2/-A and MCP18/-B DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 23 (90) . Mouse connected to the front panel of the NEMU plug-in unit MCPC2/-A. Windows 2000 compatible (serial) mouse connector. Windows 2000 compatible VGA connector interface. SVGA LAN USB VDU USB MOUSE/ KEYBOARD SCSI (EXTERNAL) RESET SWITCH NEMU MCPC2/-A DN05160418 NEMU MCP18/-B Figure 7. VDU (SVGA/VGA) interface VDU monitor connected to the front panel of the MCPC18/-B or MCPC2/-A plug-in unit. SCSI interface External SCSI device (for instance. . Keyboard and mouse Keyboard connected to the front panel of the NEMU plug-in unit MCPC2/-A. external VDHCI connector interface. Windows 2000 compatible keyboard connector. HD or MOD) connected to the front panel of NEMU MCPC2/-A.

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ETSI BIE1T for E1/T1 balanced PDH interfaces. BIE1T and BIE1C are located at the rear of the equipment cabinet. . .1 Network interfaces PDH/TDM connector panels for E1 interfaces There are five types of connector panels for the cabling cabinet: . directly behind the NIWU or NIP1 units that they serve. . ANSI BIE1C for E1 unbalanced PDH interfaces. ETSI . BIE1T-A for E1 balanced PDH interfaces.Network interfaces 2 2. For information on cabling. ANSI CPETS for E1/T1 balanced PDH lines CPETC-E for E1 unbalanced PDH lines CPETC-B for E1 unbalanced PDH lines . DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 25 (90) . ETSI CPETS-E for E1/T1 balanced PDH lines. . see section Requirement specification for external cables. CPETS-G for E1 balanced PDH interfaces. The back interface units BIE1T-A. There are three types of back interface units for connecting PDH lines: .

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for 48 pieces of E1/ T1 balanced interfaces. each with six RJ-45 connectors. The panel fitted to the panel plate consists of twelve connector bodies. each with four RJ-45 connectors. CPETS-G 00 01 08 09 16 17 24 25 32 33 40 41 DN70453111 02 03 10 11 18 19 26 27 34 35 42 43 04 05 12 13 20 21 28 29 36 37 44 45 06 07 14 15 22 23 30 31 38 39 46 47 Figure 9. The external cable for CPETS-E is CNIA or CNIS. Connector panel CPETS-G for the cabling cabinet CPETS-E is a connector panel for the cabling cabinet. each of which supports two E1 interfaces. CPETS-E and CPETS CPETS-G is a connector panel for the cabling cabinet. DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 27 (90) . The internal cable type connecting the NIWU or NIP1 to CPETS-G is CPSM.1 CPETS-G. The internal cable type connecting the NIWU or NIP1 to CPETS-E is CPSM. The external cable for CPETS-G is CNIB. for 48 E1 balanced interfaces. It consists of 4 connector bodies.Network interfaces 2.1.

The external cable for CPETS is CNIA or CNIS. for E1/T1 balanced PDH interfaces. The internal cable type between BIE1T and CPETS is CPT. Connector panel CPETS-E for the cabling cabinet CPETS is a connector panel for the cabling cabinet. It consists of 32 pieces of RJ-45 connectors.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 DN05160351 CPETS-E Figure 10. 28 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .

providing isolation voltage of 500V. DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 29 (90) . The internal cable type connecting NIWU or NIP1 unit to CPETC-E is CPSM.1. The external cable for CPETC-E is CPRD.2 CPETC-E and CPETC-B CPETC-E is a connector panel for the cabling cabinet for 48 pieces of E1 unbalanced interfaces. Connector panel CPETS for the cabling cabinet 2. each with eight coaxial contacts.Network interfaces 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 DN98618022 Figure 11. The panel fitted to the panel plate consists of twelve D-sub connector bodies.

It consists of 64 pieces of BT43 coaxial connectors.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC 00 02 04 06 08 10 DN05160363 CPETC-E 01 03 05 07 09 11 00 8 7 6 01 5 4 02 3 2 03 1 Tx Rx Tx Rx Tx Rx Tx Rx Figure 12. Connector panel CPETC-E for the cabling cabinet CPETC-B is a connector panel for the cabling cabinet. The internal cable type between BIE1C and CPETC-B (SMB/BT43) is CBTC (internal cabling). for E1 unbalanced PDH interfaces. 30 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .

2. Connector panel E1C48-A consists of 96 pieces of BT43 coaxial connectors for 48 physical E1 unbalanced interfaces to the environment. Connector panel CPETC-B for the cabling cabinet 2. DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 31 (90) .1. BIE1T and BIE1C BIE1T-A is a back interface unit for E1 balanced interfaces with eight RJ45 connectors.4 E1T48-A and E1C48-A E1T48-A or E1C48-A are connector panels for PDH interfaces at the rear of the IC186 equipment cabinet. Connector panel E1T48-A contains 48 pieces of RJ-45 connectors for 48 physical E1/T1 balanced interfaces to the environment.3 BIE1T-A. two E1 interfaces via each RJ-45 connector. BIE1C is a back interface unit for E1 unbalanced interfaces. with 32 pieces of SMB connectors for 16 physical PDH lines. BIE1T is a back interface unit for E1/T1 balanced interfaces that consists of 16 pieces of RJ-45 connectors for 16 physical PDH lines.1.Network interfaces Tx 00 Rx Tx 08 Rx Tx 16 Rx Tx 24 Rx DN0445768 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Figure 13.

This means that all of the three NIP1 or NIWU units that the E1T48-A or E1C48-A panel serves must use the connector type that the selected panel type serves.2 2. NI4S1-B. IW1S1A and IW1S1 plugin units The NP8S1/-A/-B (NPS1P/NPS1). The panels are numbered sequentially from top to bottom. The STM-1/ 32 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .2. E1T48-A (upper) and E1C48-A (lower) connector panels for the IC186 equipment cabinet Both E1T48-A and E1C48-A panels can be equipped and in the same equipment cabinet at the same time.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Tx Rx Tx Rx DN0136686 Figure 14. The connectors for the outgoing PDH lines on the panels also have numbers that run from left to right and top to bottom.957 S-1. 2. The transmission interface uses single-mode fibre. NI4S1-B (NIS1P/NIS1) and IW1S1A/ IW1S1 (IWS1E/T) plug-in units have ITU-T G.1 STM-1/OC-3 optical interfaces on the front panel. The RNAC and RNBC/CAMA and CAMB cabinets have only five panel places for the PDH lines. The connector type is fibre optic LC duplex. as long as each panel supports three network interface plug-in units that have same type of connector interfaces (RJ-45 or BT43). starting from number 1.1 STM-1/OC-3 interfaces Front panels of the NP8S1/-A/-B.

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OC-3 interfaces are connected either directly from the front panel of the plug-in units or via connector panel CPLC36 in the cabling cabinet. In the RNC, it is also possible to route the connections via the CPRLC-B panel at the rear of the RNAC.

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The electrical 1000BASE-T interfaces are connected either directly from the front panel of the plug-in units or via connector panel CPLAN-A in the cabling cabinet. The connector type for 1000BASE-LX is LC. max -3dBm Minimum input optical power: min -20dBm Maximum input optical power: min -3dBm . whereas 1000BASE-T uses the RJ-45 connector. 38 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .1 Front panel of the NP2GE/-A plug-in unit The NP2GE/-A plug-in unit is a network interface unit providing two optical or electrical gigabit Ethernet interfaces.3. Specifications for optical 1000-Base-LX interface: . .Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC 2. The optical 1000BASE-LX interfaces are connected either directly from the front panel of the plug-in units or via connector panel CPLC36 in the cabling cabinet. Optical output power: min -9dBm.

FU Interfaces at the NP2GE/-A plug-in unit Front panel connector Use F (1000_BASE-T) F (1000_BASE-LX) 1000 BASE-T 1000 BASE-LX NPGE / NPGEP NPGE / NPGEP DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 39 (90) . Front panel of the NP2GE plug-in unit Table 1. NP2GE Figure 20.Network interfaces 0 1000BASE-T 1 1000BASE-T Tx Rx Tx Rx 0 1000BASE-LX 1 1000BASE-LX CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT IEC/EN 60825-1 SERVICE TERMINAL DN70182857 NP2GE-B. NP2GE-A.

max -3dBm Minimum input optical power: min -20dBm Maximum input optical power: min -3dBm . or 1 x gigabit electrical).2 Front panel of the IPFGE plug-in unit The IPFGE plug-in unit is a network interface unit providing eight electrical Fast Ethernet (100 Mbps) interfaces. 40 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . one optical and one electrical gigabit Ethernet. The connector type for 1000BASE-LX is LC. Only one of the gigabit interfaces can be used at a time (8 x fast Ethernet.3. 1 x gigabit optical. whereas 1000BASE-T uses the RJ-45 connector.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC 2. Optical output power: min -9dBm. . Specifications for optical 1000-Base-LX interface: .

FU Interfaces at the IPFGE plug-in unit Front panel connector Use F (1000_BASE-LX) F (1000_BASE-T) F 0-7 1000 BASE-LX 1000 BASE-T 10/100 BASE-T/TX IPGO / IPGOP 0 IPGE / IPGEP 0 IPFE / IPFEP 0 DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 41 (90) . Front panel of the IPFGE plug-in unit Table 2.Network interfaces 1000BASE-LX 1000BASE-T LED 100BASE-TX LAN (Not used) SERVICE TERMINAL IPFGE DN02180131 Figure 21.

3.LAN ESA24 DN03451956 Figure 22.TIMING & SYNC (NOT USED) .3 Front panels of the ESA24 and ESA12 plug-in units An equipment cabinet is configured with either the ESA24 or ESA12 plugin unit. FU ESA24 (NEMU) Interfaces at the ESA24/ESA12 units Connectors and their use There are two front panel connectors for external use (out of the NE). 42 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC 2.HMS (NOT USED) . and they are for the internal use of the NE. INTERFACES: LAN SERVICE TERMINAL BACKPLANE: . The other 22 LAN interfaces are in the backplane connectors. Front panel of the ESA24 plug-in unit Table 3.POWER SUPPLY .

00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 DN0445756 Figure 23.) Connectors and their use The two upper connectors in the front panel are for external use (out of the NE).4 Connector panel CPLAN-A CPLAN-A is a connector panel in the cabling cabinet for LAN interfaces. Each connector provides access to one LAN interface of various computer units. It has 32 pieces of RJ-45 connectors.3.Network interfaces Table 3. FU ESA12 (NEMU) Interfaces at the ESA24/ESA12 units (cont. 2. Connector panel CPLAN-A DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 43 (90) . The other 10 LAN interfaces in the front panel are available for the internal LAN use of the NE.

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Maintenance interfaces 3 3.1 Maintenance interfaces NEMU-specific maintenance interfaces Table 4. Interfaces on the NEMU units Use Plug-in unit/interface (connector) MCP18/-B ETH0 (back panel connector) ETH1 (back panel connector) 4 X USB MCPC2/-A ETH0 (RJ-45) ETH1 (RJ-45) For LAN use ex to eth SW for LAN use ex to eth SW for bootable device for mouse. keyboard for printer SVGA - 1 x USB 1 x PS/2 SVGA SCSI (D68) for printer for keyboard and mouse for VDU for bootable device - RS1 (back panel connector) serial port 1 - RS2 (back panel connector) serial port 2 DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 45 (90) .

1 VDU (VGA) interface pinout VDU monitor connected to the front panel of the MCPC2/-A. Table 6.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC 3. Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 SVGA interface pinout (D15) Signal Red Green Blue NC GDN DACGND DACGND DACGND Pin 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Signal NC GND NC DDCDAT H-sync V-sync DDCCLK 3.1. Windows NTcompatible VGA connector interface. mouse or keyboard. Pin USB interface pinout (4 pins) Signal Shield ground +5 V Data Data + GND Shield ground Mechanical solder lug 1 2 3 4 Mechanical solder lug 46 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . Table 5.2 USB interface pinout The Windows NT-compatible USB interface accepts a printer.1.

4 SCSI interface pinout External SCSI device (example HD or MOD) connected to the front panel of (NEMU) MCPC2/-A. external VHDCI connector interface. Mouse connected to the front panel of (NEMU) MCPC2/-A.1.1. Table 7.3 Keyboard and mouse pinout Keyboard connected to the front panel of (NEMU) MCPC2/-A. Table 8. Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 Keyboard and mouse pinout (6 pins) Signal Mouse data Keyboard data GND +5 V Mouse clock Keyboard clock 3. Windows NT-compatible keyboard connector. Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 SCSI interface pinout (D68) Signal +DB (12) +DB (13) +DB (14) +DB (15) +DB (P1) +DB(0) +DB(1) +DB(2) +DB(3) +DB(4) +DB(5) +DB(6) Pin 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Signal +ACK +RST +MSG +SEL +C/D +REQ +I/O +DB(8) +DB(9) +DB(10) +DB(11) -DB(12) Pin 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 Signal -DB(7) -DB(P) GND GND TERMPWR TERMPWR RESERVED GND -ATM GND -BSY -ACK DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 47 (90) .Maintenance interfaces 3. Windows NT compatible (serial) mouse connector.

AL2S.) Signal +DB(7) +DB(P) GND DIFFSENS TERMPWR TERMPWR RESERVED GND +ATN GND +BSY Pin 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 Signal -DB(13) -DB(14) -DB(15) -DB(P1) -DB(0) -DB(1) -DB(2) -DB(3) -DB(4) -DB(5) -DB(6) Pin 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 Signal -RST -MSG -SEL -C/D -REQ -I/O -DB(8) -DB(9) -DB(10) -DB(11) 3.(Rx-) 48 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .(Tx-) Receive + (Rx+) Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Receive . LAN/Ethernet interface pinouts (RJ-45) for CPU. Pin 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 SCSI interface pinout (D68) (cont.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Table 8.1.5 LAN interface pinout Table 9. CDSP and ESA24/ESA12 plug-in units Signal Transmit + (Tx+) Transmit .

AL2S and SF20H plug-in units Two interfaces provided by CPU plug-in units. NP8S1/-A. MX622.Maintenance interfaces 3. One interface provided by NP2GE/-A. and MCPC2/-A . IW1S1A. IW16P1A. . IW16P1. The interface is used for logging into and for accessing the service terminal. IW1S1. NI4S1-B. Table 10. MX1G6/-A.2 Service terminal interface The RS232 interface using the RJ-45 connector is located on the front panel of certain units. CDSP. SF10. NI16P1A. Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Service terminal interface pinout (RJ-45) Signal DTR TxD GND GND RxD DSR CTS RTS Receive data Data set ready Clear to send Request to send Data terminal ready Transmit data DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 49 (90) .

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1 CPAL/-A and CPSAL/-B for alarm interfaces Connector panels CPAL/-A and CPSAL/-B for alarms have one D25 connector for EXAU/-A control. CPAL and CPSY are equipped in the cabling cabinet. EXAU/-A CPSY-A. 4. CPAL-A and CPAL are for external alarm signals and for the external alarm unit.Connector panels for external alarm and synchronisation interfaces 4 Connector panels for external alarm and synchronisation interfaces Depending on the equipment installed. CPSY-A. two D37 connectors for voltage-controlled inputs. . one D37 connector for general current or voltage outputs. CPAL-A. CPSY-B and CPSY are for synchronisation CPSAL/-B is for both alarms and synchronisation . and one D25 connector for current-controlled alarm inputs. the external alarm and synchronisation interfaces are provided by different types of connector panels: . CPSY-B and CPSAL/-B are back panels of the equipment cabinet. DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 51 (90) .

Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC ALARM OUTPUTS VOLTAGE CONTROLLED ALARM INPUTS 1 2 CPAL-A TOEXAU CURRENT CONTROLLED ALARM INPUT CPAL ALARM OUTPUT TO EXAU ALARM OUTPUT VOLTAGE CONTROLLED ALARM INPUTS 1 2 CURRENT CONTROLLED ALARM INPUT CPSAL/-B 1 SYM IN 2M 3 4 IN 64k 1 SYM 2 2 1 SYM OUT 2M 3 4 2 VOLTAGE CURRENT ALARM ALARM CONTROLLED CONTROLLED OUTPUT OUTPUT ALARM INPUTS ALARM INPUT TO EXAU 1 2 ASYM DN05160636 ASYM Figure 24. Pin 1 2 3 4 5 Voltage-controlled alarm inputs 1 (D37) Signal VAL0 GND VAL1 GND VAL2 Pin 14 15 16 17 18 Signal GND VAL7 GND VAL8 GND Pin 27 28 29 30 31 Signal VAL13 GND VAL14 GND VAL15 52 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . Connector panels CPAL/-A and CPSAL/-B for alarm interfaces Table 11.

Pin 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Voltage-controlled alarm inputs 1 (D37) (cont.) Signal GND VAL3 GND VAL4 GND VAL5 GND VAL6 Pin 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Signal VAL9 GND VAL10 GND VAL11 GND VAL12 GND Pin 32 33 34 35 36 37 Signal GND Table 12. Pin 1 Current-controlled alarm inputs (D25) Signal CAL0 Pin 14 Signal GND DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 53 (90) .Connector panels for external alarm and synchronisation interfaces Table 11. Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Voltage-controlled alarm inputs 2 (D37) Signal VAL16 GND VAL17 GND VAL18 GND VAL19 GND VAL20 GND VAL21 GND VAL22 Pin 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Signal GND VAL23 GND VAL24 GND VAL25 GND VAL26 GND VAL27 GND VAL28 GND Pin 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Signal VAL29 GND VAL30 GND VAL31 GND Table 13.

Pin 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Current-controlled alarm inputs (D25) (cont.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Table 13. Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Alarm outputs to the External Alarm Unit (EXAU/-A) (D25) Signal AL0 GND AL1 GND AL2 GND AL3 GND AL4 GND AL5 GND AL6 Pin 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Signal GND AL7 GND AL8 GND AL9 GND AL10 GND AL11 GND 54 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .) Signal GND CAL1 GND CAL2 GND CAL3 GND CAL4 GND CAL5 GND CAL6 Pin 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Signal CAL7 GND Table 14.

Connector panels for external alarm and synchronisation interfaces Table 15.2 CPSY-A. DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 55 (90) . CPSY and CPSAL/-B for synchronisation interfaces Connector panels CPSY-A. CPSY and CPSAL/-B consist of BNC connectors and RJ-45 connectors for external synchronisation inputs and outputs. CPSY-B. CPSY-B. Pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Alarm outputs (D37) Signal ALO0 GND ALO1 GND ALO2 GND ALO3 GND ALO4 GND ALO5 GND ALO6 Pin 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Signal GND ALO7 GND ALO8 GND ALO9 GND ALO10 GND ALO11 GND ALO12 GND Pin 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Signal ALO13 GND ALO14 GND ALO15 GND 4.

CPSY and CPSAL/-B for alarm and synchronisation interfaces 56 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . Connector panels CPSY-A. CPSY-B.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC CPSY-A IN 64k ETH IN 2M OUT OUT 2M IN 2M 2M EXT1 SYM ASYM Default CPSY-B IN 64k IN 2M OUT OUT 2M 2M IN 2M EXT2 SYM ASYM Default CPSY 1 SYM 2 1 SYM 2 IN 2M ASYM IN 64k SYM OUT 2M ASYM 3 4 1 2 3 4 Default CPSAL/-B 1 SYM IN 2M 3 4 IN 64k 1 SYM 2 2 1 SYM OUT 2M 3 4 1 2 2 VOLTAGE CURRENT ALARM ALARM CONTROLLED CONTROLLED OUTPUT OUTPUT ALARM INPUTS ALARM INPUT TO EXAU ASYM DN05160648 ASYM Default Figure 25.

(Rx-) No signal DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 57 (90) . the input connectors on the panel are also suitable for this purpose. whereas two RJ-45 connectors provide balanced input interfaces for 64K signals IN 64K. Pin 1 2 3–8 Synchronisation interface pinout (RJ-45) Signal 64K/2M IN A / Receive + (Rx+) 64K/2M IN B / Receive . .1 External inputs and outputs IN 64K/IN 2M synchronisation interfaces . Alternatively. 4.Connector panels for external alarm and synchronisation interfaces Table 16. if the line timing available in the network interface units is not used. Table 17. For cabling instructions. In BNC BNC RJ-45 RJ-45 External synchronisation inputs and outputs Out BNC RJ-45 BNC RJ-45 Note Default Optional Optional Optional It is possible to receive the line timing synchronisation from the external output connectors on the synchronisation connector panel. RJ-45 connectors (balanced) Two RJ-45 connectors provide balanced input interfaces for 2M signals IN 2M.2. Coaxial BNC connectors (unbalanced) Two BNC connectors IN 2M provide two unbalanced input interfaces. see Cable Lists for RNC and Cable Lists for MGW.

Coaxial BNC connectors (unbalanced) Two BNC connectors OUT 2M provide two unbalanced (ASYM) output interfaces. Table 18. .(Tx-) No signal 58 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC OUT 2M synchronisation interface . RJ-45 connectors (balanced) Two RJ-45 connectors provide two balanced output interfaces for 2M signals OUT 2M. Pin 1–3 4 5 6–8 Synchronisation (OUT 2M) interface pinout (RJ-45) Signal No signal 2M OUT A / Transmit + (Tx+) 2M OUT B / Transmit .

Cable specifications . E1 balanced (symmetrical) PCM cables are connected to the BIE1T-A. Continuous pair twisting . Nominal impedance: 120 ± 15 Ω for E1 and 100 ± 15 Ω for T1 .Requirement specification for external cables 5 5. DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 59 (90) . E1 data transmission protocol specifies 6 dB as maximum attenuation .76 µm) . and if the cabling cabinet is used. Connector: . Operating temperature from 0° C to 70° C .1 Requirement specification for external cables E1 and T1 balanced (symmetrical) PCM If the cabling cabinet is not used. UL94 V-0 materials Cable: . RJ-45 connector . CPETS-E or CPETS interface panel. Multi-cable (4 or more) bundled assembly . Gold plating on the contacts (0. the cables are connected to the CPETS-G. AWG 26 or AWG 24 conductors . BIE1T or E1T48-A interface panel. Shielded construction . VW-1 materials . Flammability: IEC 332-1 or IEC 332-3 .

(Tx-) Transmit + (Tx+) 1 1 n. Item Connector Plastic part Cable CNIA E1 (120 Ω) component codes Code 5461630 7333689 7131850 Cable (multi-cable) Table 20. n.c. Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 RJ-45 connector pinouts (CNIA/CNIS) Signal. 60 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .c. generic names Receive . Item Connector Plastic part Cable CNIB (120 Ω) component codes Code 5461630 7333689 7131851 Cable (multi-cable) Table 22. Transmit .c. n.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Table 19.(Rx-) Receive + (Rx+) Wire pair # 2 2 n.c. Item Connector Plastic part Cable CNIS T1 (100 Ω) component codes Code 5461630 7333689 7131860 Cable (single-cable) Table 21.

(Rx-) Receive + (Rx+) Receive .Requirement specification for external cables Table 22. generic names Wire pair # n.c. Example of CNIA cable assembly DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 61 (90) . generic names Receive .(Tx-) Transmit + (Tx+) DN00206525 CONNECTOR 1 2 3 4 Figure 26. Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 RJ-45 connector pinouts (CNIB) Wire pair # 2 2 3 1 1 3 4 4 Signal.) Signal.(Rx-) Transmit . Position RJ-45 connector pinouts (CNIA/CNIS) (cont. = not connected Table 23.(Tx-) Transmit + (Tx+) Receive + (Rx+) Transmit .

SMB connectors are used with BIE1C interface panel and BT43 connectors are used with the CPETC-B and E1C48-A panels. 62 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . 5. Connecting a PCM E1 cable to a connector. The E1C48-A panel is equipped in the equipment cabinet. whereas the CPETC-B and CPETC-E panels are equipped in the cabling cabinet.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC IDENTIFICATION STICKER CABLE SLEEVE MODULAR CONNECTOR 8 1 DN9833994 Figure 27. Each D37 connector body has eight unbalanced (coaxial) connector contacts.1 E1 unbalanced (coaxial) cables with the CPETC-E panel There are twelve D37 multicoaxial connector bodies on the CPETC-E interface panel. The BIE1C panel is equipped in the equipment cabinet. Balanced (120Ω) to unbalanced (75Ω) transformation is carried out on the CPETC-E panel. Multicoaxial D-sub connectors are used with CPETC-E.2 E1 unbalanced (coaxial) cables There are three different connector types of unbalanced (coaxial) cables depending on the interface panel. CNIS (example) 5.2.

VW-1 material . Connector D37 body with unbalanced (coaxial) contacts . Connector: . Item Component codes for the unbalanced (coaxial) CPRD cable Code 5436732 5463552 5461696 5461984 7134984 Connector body Connector contact Jack screw Case Multicoaxial cable A8 A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 2 DN05160651 1 Figure 28. D37 connector body with unbalanced (coaxial) contacts (1=pin.76 µm) . Operating temperature from 0º C to 70º C .27 µm. Flammability: IEC 332-1 or IEC 332-3 . 2=ring) DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 63 (90) . Impedance 75 ± 3 Ω .Requirement specification for external cables Cable specifications . Multicoaxial cable . Gold plating on the contacts (minimum for centre contact 1. E1 data transmission protocol specifies 6dB as maximum attenuation . Table 24. minimum for outer contact 0. UL94 V-0 materials Cable: .

SMB connector. The BIE1C interface panels have SMB connectors and are located at the rear of the cabinet behind the NI16P1A and/or IW16P1 plug-in units. 64 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . 50 Ω . minimum for outer contact 0. UL94 V-0 materials Cable: . Impedance 75 ± 3 Ω . E1 unbalanced (coaxial) cables are connected to the BIE1C interface panel.2. Connector: .76 µm) .27 µm. Cable specifications .Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Table 25. Gold plating on the contacts (minimum for centre contact 1.2 E1 unbalanced (coaxial) cables with the BIE1C panels If the cabling cabinet is not used. Pin A8-1 A8-2 A7-1 A7-2 A6-1 A6-2 A5-1 A5-2 A4-1 A4-2 A3-1 A3-2 A2-1 A2-2 A1-1 A1-2 D37 connector pinouts Function TxTip_0 TxRing_0 RxTip_0 RxRing_0 TxTip_1 TxRing_1 RxTip_1 RxRing_1 TxTip_2 TxRing_2 RxTip_2 RxRing_2 TxTip_3 TxRing_3 RxTip_3 RxRing_3 5. Single or multicoaxial cable .

DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 65 (90) . Example of E1 multicoaxial cable with SMB connectors 5.2. The CPETC-B interface panels have BT43 connectors. .3 E1 unbalanced (coaxial) cables with the E1C48-A or CPETC-B panel The E1C48-A interface panels are located at the rear of the cabinet. and are located in the cabling cabinet. Item Connector Component codes for unbalanced (coaxial) cable Code 5426008 5421434 7134962 7134984 Connector sleeve Cable Multicoaxial cable DN0557322 CONNECTOR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Figure 29. . E1 data transmission protocol specifies 6dB as maximum attenuation VW-1 material Flammability: IEC 332-1 or IEC 332-3 Operating temperature from 0º C to 70º C Table 26.Requirement specification for external cables . . If the cabling cabinet is used. E1 unbalanced (coaxial) cables are connected to the CPETC-B interface panel.

Recommended: UL94 V-0 materials Cable: . Impedance 75 ± 3 Ω . Table 27. Connector: . VW-1 material .27 µm.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Cable specifications .76 µm) . Single or multicoaxial cable . Gold plating on the contacts (minimum for centre contact 1. minimum for outer contact 0. E1 data transmission protocol specifies 6dB as maximum attenuation . Item Connector Component codes for unbalanced (coaxial) cable Code 5425506 5421434 7134962 7134984 Connector sleeve Cable Multicoaxial cable 66 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . Operating temperature from 0° C to 70° C . Flammability: IEC 332-1 or IEC 332-3 . 75 Ω . BT43 connector.

Connector: . whereas if the cabling cabinet is used. UNC 4/40 thumb screws . AWG 26 or AWG 24 conductors .3 Alarm output to EXAU/-A If the cabling cabinet is not used. Connector hood must be shielded . Side entry for cable . DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 67 (90) . . Maximum height of hood 50 mm Cable: .Requirement specification for external cables DN0557334 CONNECTOR 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Figure 30. Shielded construction . the cable is connected to the CPAL panel. 25 pos. the alarm output cable to the EXAU/-A is connected to the CPAL-A or CPSAL/-B panel. Cable specifications .76 µm) . Example of E1 multicoaxial cable with BT43 connectors 5. UL94 V-0 materials Connector hood: . Gold plating on the contacts (0. D-sub male connector . Minimum 12 twisted pairs .

The tables below describe the connector pinouts for the following cases: 68 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . Shielded construction. The EXAU-A unit has an alarm output connector. Version A02 cable is needed when alarm signals AL6 – AL11 need to be chained. . alarm signal AL0 – AL11 are connected. only AL07 – AL7 alarm signals are connected.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC . screening effectiveness > 35dB at 1GHz VW-1 materials Flammability: IEC 332-1 or IEC 332-3 Operating temperature from 0° C to 70° C Table 28. Table 29. . allowing it to chain two or more EXAU-A units so that alarms coming from the network element can be displayed on two or more EXAU-A units. . Item Connector Cable CNDC (version A02) component codes Code 5433649 5438878 5438884 7131864 1) Note Connector shell Cable bushing Cable 12 x 2 1) Due to the 12 x 2 cable. Item Connector Cable CNDC (version A01) component codes Code 5433649 5438878 5438884 7131862 1) Note Connector shell Cable bushing Cable 8 x 2 1) Due to the 8 x 2 cable. Only EXAU-A has the chaining feature.

Requirement specification for external cables . . Connector pinouts for a cable from CPSAL/-B to EXAU/-A or EXAUA 1 to EXAU-A 2 with a direct cable Signal Position EXAU/-A or EXAU-A 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Position CPSAL or EXAU-A 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Wire pair # AL0 GND AL1 GND AL2 GND AL3 GND AL4 GND AL5 GND AL6 GND AL7 GND AL8 GND AL9 GND AL10 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 69 (90) . Displaying alarms on EXAU-A or EXAU: connecting the alarm cable from CPSAL/-B to EXAU/-A Displaying the same alarms on two EXAU-A units: chaining EXAU-A 1 to EXAU-A 2 with a direct cable Displaying alarms AL00 to AL05 on EXAU 1 and alarms AL06 to AL11 on EXAU-A 2: chaining EXAU-A 1 to EXAU-A 2 with a crossover cable . For more information on EXAU-A and the chaining principles. see the EXAU-A plug-in unit description in MGW product documentation. Table 30.

Connector pinouts for a cable from EXAU-A 1 to EXAU-A 2 with a crossover cable Signal AL0 GND AL1 GND AL2 GND AL3 GND AL4 GND AL5 GND AL6 GND AL7 GND AL8 GND AL9 GND Position EXAU-A 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Position EXAU-A 2 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Wire pair # 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 70 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .) Signal Position EXAU/-A or EXAU-A 2 22 23 24 25 Position CPSAL or EXAU-A 1 22 23 24 25 Wire pair # GND AL11 GND – 11 12 12 – Table 31.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Table 30. Connector pinouts for a cable from CPSAL/-B to EXAU/-A or EXAUA 1 to EXAU-A 2 with a direct cable (cont.

Connector pinouts for a cable from EXAU-A 1 to EXAU-A 2 with a crossover cable (cont. Recommended: UL94 V-0 materials DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 71 (90) .Requirement specification for external cables Table 31. the alarm output cable is connected to the CPAL-A or CPSAL/-B panel. 37 pos.) Signal AL10 GND AL11 GND – Position EXAU-A 1 21 22 23 24 25 Position EXAU-A 2 9 10 11 12 25 Wire pair # 11 11 12 12 – DN0557346 Figure 31.4 Alarm input cable If the cabling cabinet is not used. Example of alarm cable to the EXAU/-A 5. D-sub male connector . Gold plating on the contacts (0.76 µm) . Shielded construction . Connector: . and if the cabling cabinet is used. Cable specifications . the cable is connected to the CPAL panel.

Item Connector Component codes for alarm output cable Code 5437752 5461980 5434144 7131866 Connector shell Strain relief Cable 20 x 2 Table 33. UNC 4/40 thumb screws . screening effectiveness > 35dB at 1GHz . Minimum 16 twisted pairs . Table 32. VW-1 materials . Maximum height of hood 55 mm (cable exits from side of hood) Cable: . Shielded construction . Shielded construction.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC . Flammability: IEC 332-1 or IEC 332-3 . Connector hood: . Operating temperature from 0° C to 70º C . AWG 26 or AWG 24 conductors . Side entry for cable . Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Connection pinouts for voltage-controlled alarm input Signal ALO0 GND ALO1 GND ALO2 GND ALO3 GND ALO4 GND Wire pair # 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 72 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .

Requirement specification for external cables Table 33. Position 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Connection pinouts for voltage-controlled alarm input (cont.) Signal ALO5 GND ALO6 GND ALO7 GND ALO8 GND ALO9 GND ALO10 GND ALO11 GND ALO12 GND ALO13 GND ALO14 GND ALO15 GND – – – – – Wire pair # 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 – – – – – DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 73 (90) .

Shielded construction . Shielded construction. Cable specifications . Gold plating on the contacts (0. the voltage-controlled alarm input cable is connected to the CPAL-A or CPSAL/-B panel. Maximum height of hood 55 mm (cable exits from side of hood) Cable: . the cable is connected to the CPAL panel. . and if the cabling cabinet is used. Shielded construction . Minimum 16 twisted pairs . UNC 4/40 thumb screws . 74 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . Recommended: UL94 V-0 materials Connector hood: . D-sub male connector . Connector: .5 Voltage-controlled alarm input If the cabling cabinet is not used.76 µm) . screening effectiveness > 35dB at 1GHz .Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC DN0557361 Figure 32. Side entry for cable . AWG 26 or AWG 24 conductors . The panels have two D37 connectors for voltage-controlled alarm inputs. Example of alarm output cable 5. 37 pos.

Item Connector Component codes for voltage-controlled alarm input cable Code 5437752 5461980 5434144 7131866 Connector shell Strain relief Cable 20x2 Table 35. . VW-1 materials Flammability: IEC 332-1 or IEC 332-3 Operating temperature from 0° C to 70º C Table 34. .Requirement specification for external cables . Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Connection diagram for voltage-controlled alarm input Signal VAL0 / VAL16 GND VAL1 / VAL17 GND VAL2 / VAL18 GND VAL3 / VAL19 GND VAL4 / VAL20 GND VAL5 / VAL21 GND VAL6 / VAL22 GND VAL7 / VAL23 GND VAL8 / VAL24 GND VAL9 / VAL25 GND Wire pair # 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 75 (90) .

) Signal VAL10 / VAL26 GND VAL11 / VAL27 GND VAL12 / VAL28 GND VAL13 / VAL29 GND VAL14 / VAL30 GND VAL15 / VAL31 GND – – – – – Wire pair # 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 – – – – – DN0557361 Figure 33. Position 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Connection diagram for voltage-controlled alarm input (cont. Example of voltage-controlled alarm input cable 76 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Table 35.

Gold plating on the contacts (0. Connector: . Flammability: IEC 332-1 or IEC 332-3 . 25 pos. D-sub male connector . VW-1 materials . Shielded construction . Side entry for cable .Requirement specification for external cables 5. screening effectiveness > 35dB at 1GHz . Item Connector Component codes for cable CNDC Code 5433649 5438878 5438884 7131862 Connector shell Cable bushing Cable 8 x 2 DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 77 (90) . Maximum height of hood 50 mm Cable: . Operating temperature from 0° C to 70º C . the current-controlled alarm input cable is connected to the CPAL-A or CPSAL/-B panel. . Table 36.76 µm) . UNC 4/40 thumb screws . and if the cabling cabinet is used. Recommended: UL94 V-0 materials Connector hood: . Minimum 8 twisted pairs . Cable specifications . Shielded construction. Shielded construction .6 Current-controlled alarm input If the cabling cabinet is not used. AWG 26 or AWG 24 conductors . the cable is connected to the CPAL panel.

n. n.c. n.c. n. = not connected 78 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .c. n.c.c.c. n. n. Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Connection diagram for current-controlled alarm input Signal CAL0 GND CAL1 GND CAL2 GND CAL3 GND CAL4 GND CAL5 GND CAL6 GND CAL7 GND – – – – – – – – – Wire pair # 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 n.c. n.c.c.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Table 37. n.c.

CPSY-B or CPSAL/-B panel.76 µm) . and if the cabling cabinet is used.5M asymmetrical synchronisation signals. Flammability: IEC 332-1 or IEC 332-3 .27 µm. Recommended: UL94 V-0 materials Cable: . VW-1 materials . Shielded construction . Unbalanced (coaxial) (for example BT 3002) . Example of current-controlled alarm input cable 5. minimum outer contact 0. the cable is connected to the CPSY panel. Connector: .Requirement specification for external cables DN0557346 Figure 34. Cable specifications . Operating temperature from 0° C to 70º C .5M asymmetrical synchronisation signals and output connectors for 2M or 1. Gold plating on the contacts (minimum centre contact 1. the asymmetrical external synchronisation cable is connected to the CPSY-A. Male BNC .7 Asymmetrical external synchronisation If the cabling cabinet is not used. The panels have input connectors for 2M or 1. Impedance 75 ± 3 Ω . DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 79 (90) .

80 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . The panels have input connectors for 2M or 1. Cable specifications . CPSY-B or CPSAL/-B panel.76 µm) . Recommended: UL94 V-0 materials Cable: . Connector: . Nominal impedance: 120 ± 15Ω for E1 and 100 ± 15Ω for T1 .5M and 64K symmetrical synchronisation signals and output connectors for 2M or 1. the symmetrical external synchronisation cable is connected to the CPSY-A. and if the cabling cabinet is used. Shielded RJ-45 .5M symmetrical synchronisation signals.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Table 38. Item Connector Cable Component codes for asymmetrical external synchronisation cable Code 5420160 7130200 DN0557373 Figure 35. Minimum 1 twisted pair . Gold plating on the contacts (0. Example of asymmetrical external synchronisation cable 5. the cable is connected to the CPSY panel.8 Symmetrical external synchronisation If the cabling cabinet is not used.

n.c.c. . generic names Wire pair # n. n. .c.c. n. n.5M symmetrical synchronisation input connector pinouts Signal.c. DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 81 (90) . n. n. .(Rx-) Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Wire pair # 1 1 n.c.c.c. Position 1 2 2M / 1.Requirement specification for external cables . . generic names 64K/2M IN A / Receive + (Rx+) 64K/2M IN B / Receive . E1 data transmission protocol specifies 6dB as maximum attenuation AWG 26 or AWG 24 solid conductors Continuous pair twisting VW-1 materials Flammability: IEC 332-1 or IEC 332-3 Operating temperature from 0° C to 70º C Table 39. Cable CNIA E1 component codes (120Ω.5M symmetrical synchronisation output connector pinouts Signal. receive and transmit signals connected) Code 5461630 7333689 7131850 Item Connector Plastic part Cable Table 40. 64K / 2M / 1.c. = not connected Table 41. n. .

n.5M symmetrical synchronisation output connector pinouts (cont. n. Position 3 4 5 6 7 8 n.c. generic names Wire pair # n.c. Example of symmetrical external synchronisation cable 82 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . = not connected IDENTIFICATION STICKER CABLE SLEEVE MODULAR CONNECTOR 8 1 DN9833994 Figure 36. 2M / 1.c.c. 2M OUT A / Transmit + (Tx+) 2M OUT B / Transmit .Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Table 41.(Tx-) 1 1 n.) Signal.c.

9 10Base-T/100Base-TX Cable specifications .27 µm) .(Rx-) Transmit + (Tx+) Pos.Requirement specification for external cables 5. Halogen-free materials . Flammability: IEC 332-1 or IEC 332-3 .(Rx-) DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 83 (90) . VW-1 materials .(Tx-) Receive + (Rx+) Receive . Operating temperature from 0° C to 70º C . AWG 26 (or AWG 24) conductors . generic names Receive + (Rx+) Receive . generic names Transmit + (Tx+) Transmit . Component codes for CNIX (cross-connected) or CNI (straight) cable Code 5461634 7131860 Item Connector Cable Table 43. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Transmit . Connector: . S-FTP (foil shield twisted pair) construction . Category 5 .(Tx-) Cross-connected cable EIA/TIA 568A crossed wiring White/green Green/white White/orange Blue/white White/blue Orange/white White/brown Brown/white Signal. Meets EN 50288-2-2 standard . Gold plating on the contacts (1. Table 42. 3 6 1 7 8 2 4 5 Signal. Shielded RJ-45 . UL94 V-0 materials Cable: . Pos.

Gold plating on the contacts (1.Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC IDENTIFICATION STICKER CABLE SLEEVE MODULAR CONNECTOR 8 1 DN9833994 Figure 37.10 1000Base-T Gigabit Ethernet cabling is connected to the IPFGE plug-in unit or connector panel CPLAN-A.27 µm) . 84 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . Shielded RJ-45 . Cable specifications . Meets the EN 50288-2-2 standard . Recommended: UL94 V-0 materials Cable: . S-FTP construction . Example of LAN cable 5. Flammability: IEC 332-1 or IEC 332-3 . AWG 26 (or AWG 24) conductors . VW-1 materials . Connector: . Category 5e .

Halogen-free materials Operating temperature from 0° C to 70º C Table 44. Pos.Requirement specification for external cables . Example of LAN cable DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks 85 (90) . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Connector pinouts Signal TP0+ TP0TP1+ TP2+ TP2TP1TP3+ TP3- Wire colour (EIA 568-B) White/orange Orange White/green Blue White/blue Green White/brown Brown IDENTIFICATION STICKER CABLE SLEEVE MODULAR CONNECTOR 8 1 DN9833994 Figure 38. No. .

Cable must fulfill ITU-T G. Maximum insertion loss 0. Duplex LC according to GR-326 and IEC 60874 . Efficiency of strain relief > 80N . UL VW-1 or UL94V-0 . . or directly to the front panel of the plug-in unit (MGW). . table 1) . Zirconia ferrule .4 dB / Km at λ = 1550 nm .11 Optical STM-1 If the cabling cabinet is not used. . Connector: .Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC 5. Cable: . SPC finish . Duplex type . Fibre cables must be provided with a common secondary overall jacket which will not slide along the cables .6 mm . 90° angle boot (minimum requirement at the MGW or RNC connection end) Maximum installation height 70 mm UL94V-0 .2dB . Minimum bending radius in service < 43 mm (according to IEC 794-1-E11) 86 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . the fiber is connected to the CPLC36 connector panel or to the front panel of the plug-in unit in the equipment cabinet.957. If the cabling cabinet is used. UL94V-0 Boot: .652 for interface type STM-1 optical (ITU-T G. optical STM-1 fiber is connected to the CPRLC-B panel (RNC). Maximum cable outer diameter 6. Attenuation: ≤ 0.3dB . Minimum bending radius during installation < 65 mm . Mating durability for 200 reconnects.5 dB / Km at λ = 1310 nm and ≤ 0. Cable must fulfill ATM 155 Mb/s . Return loss > 45dB . insertion loss change < 0. Cable specifications . 9/125 µm single mode fibre .

Requirement specification for external cables . . DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks B DN01130619 87 (90) . the Ethernet cable is connected to the CPLC36 interface panel. If the cabling cabinet is used. Cable type CSM CSMA Cable types for single-mode optical cables Boot One end with straight boot and the other with 90º angle boot Both boots are 90º Connection straight straight B Dust caps to LC connectors 30 5 30 5 Dust caps to LC connectors Figure 39. According to IEC 794-1E3 Crush resistance (continuous) > 100 N/cm Operating temperature from 0° C to 70º C Table 45.12 1000Base-LX (optical) Gigabit Ethernet cabling is connected to the IPFGE plug-in unit. Crush resistance (briefly) > 500 N/cm. Example of a single-mode optical cable 5. .

UL94V-0 Boot .5 dB / Km at λ = 1310 nm and ≤ 0. Duplex LC according to GR-326 and IEC 60874 . Blue colour . 90° angle boot Maximum installation height 70 mm UL94V-0 . .2dB . Maximum cable outer diameter 6. Minimum bending radius in service < 43 mm (according to IEC 794-1-E11) . . insertion loss change < 0. 9/125 µm single mode fibre . According to IEC 794-1E3 . . Mating durability for 200 reconnects. Minimum bending radius during installation < 65 mm . Efficiency of strain relief > 80N .6 mm .652 for interface type STM-1 optical (ITU-T G. Fibre cables must be provided with a common secondary overall jacket which will not slide along the cables . Return loss > 45dB . table 1) . UL VW-1 or UL94V-0 . Operating temperature from 0° C to 70º C 88 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en .Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC Cable specifications . Duplex type . SPC finish . Cable must fulfill ITU-T G. Crush resistance (continuous) > 100 N/cm . Connector . Cable .957. Attenuation: ≤ 0. Cable must fulfill ATM 155 Mb/s .4 dB / Km at λ = 1550 nm . Crush resistance (briefly) > 500 N/cm. Zirconia ferrule . Maximum insertion loss 0.3dB .

DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en # Nokia Siemens Networks B DN01130619 89 (90) .Requirement specification for external cables Table 46. Cable type CSM CSMA Cable types for single-mode optical cables Boot One end with straight boot and the other with 90º angle boot Both boots are 90º Connection straight straight B Dust caps to LC connectors 30 5 30 5 Dust caps to LC connectors Figure 40. . .13 Reference standards and directions . ATM 155 Mb/s EN 50288-2-2 GR-326 IEC 332-1 . Example of a single-mode optical cable 5.

IEC 332-3 IEC 754-1 IEC 794-1 IEC 874-1 IEC 60874 IEC 61754-20-4 ITU-T G. .652 TIA/EIA-568 UL94V-0 UL VW-1 GR253 . .Cabinet Interfaces and External Cables of MGW and RNC . . . . . 90 (90) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN0127056 Issue 9-4 en . . . .