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NEC Pasolink NEO Series


PDH/SDH Digital Radio System Installation and Initial Lineup

Installation: Typical Installation Flow


Unpacking of IDU IDU Mounting Unpacking of ODU ODU Mounting Waveguide Connection (if required) Cable Termination Frame Grounding Waterproof Protection
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Each unpacked component of the IDU and ODU must be check as shown below:
NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 TRP-( )G-1B (ODU) MDP-150MB-1AA (IDU) O-Ring (Attached to the waveguide type ODU) Power Connector and Socket Contact Cylindrical Fuse XPCI CTRL Cable (Q.Ty:1) (Apply for XPIC configuration only) X-IF Coaxial Cable (Q Ty: 2) (Apply for XPIC configuration only) (Q.Ty: Description

Contents of Basic Unit Package

Note: *1. One more ODU and MODEM module are provided for HS/Twinpath configuration. *2. One spare fuse is provided in the MODEM module.

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NO. NO 1 2 3 I/O Board Bracket I/O Board DC-DC CONV Unit Description

Contents of Optional Unit Package

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NO. NO 1 2 3 Description Pole Mounting Bracket for Coaxial Cable Connection Type (6/7/8GHz) Pole Mounting Bracket for Wave Guide connection Type Pole Mounting bracket for Antenna direct Mounting Type

Pole Mounting Bracket


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Installation: Packages

Installation kit Packing List of IDU and ODU for 1+0


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Installation kit Packing List of IDU and ODU for 1+1


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NO. 1 2 3 4 5 DC-DC CONV Unit DC-DC CONV Power Cable, attached to the DC-DC CONV Power Connector Cylindrical Fuse Description

Note: *1. One more ODU and MODEM module are provided for HS/Twinpath configuration. *2. One spare fuse is provided in the MODEM module.

Installation kit Packing List of DC-DC CONV UNIT for 1+1


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Installation: Unpacking of IDU

When conveying the IDU to another place, the original packing should be used to avoid damage

Unpacking procedure of IDU


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Installation: Unpacking of ODU

When conveying the ODU to another place, the original packing should be used to avoid damage

Unpacking procedure of ODU


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Installation: IDU Installation


Step2: Align the IDU to the mounting position on the 19inch rack. As shown below below.

Step1: Change the two brackets to desired position on the IDU if necessary. As shown above.

1+0/1+1 System IDU


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Installation: IDU Installation


Step4: To mount the IDU in a 19-inch rack, take a space more than 200mm to the rear section and space for one unit to the top and bottom. As shown below.

Step3: Fix each side of the IDU to the 19-inch rack with the two screws. As shown above. 1+0/1+1 System IDU
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* Normal setting for free space. When free space is closed within one rack unit, keep the environment temperature is lower than +40
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I/O Board Installation (Optional)

Step1: After the I/O Board Bracket is unpacked,loosen six screws to remove the three I/O Board cards from the bracket. As shown above. Note: Keep these six screws until the 2M IN/OUT Connectors are fixed again when the I/O board is not used.

Step2: Remove six screws fixed the 2M IN/OUT connectors to the 48E1 INTFC on the IDU installed in the 19-inch rack. As shown above. 1+0/1+1 System IDU
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I/O Board Installation (Optional)


Note: Contact NEC for the optional mounting bracket for the I/O Board when IDU is fixed to the rack in centre side.

Step3: Align the I/O board bracket to the upper position of the IDU on the 19-inch rack. Fix provisionally each side of the I/O board bracket to the 19-inch rack with the four screws. As shown above

Step4: Put the I/O Board to the I/O Board bracket so that the gasket fits to between the I/O Board Bracket and the connectors. As shown above.
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I/O Board Installation (Optional)

Step5: After checking the inserted gasket position, loosely tighten screws. Similarly put other I/O Board to the I/O Board Bracket .As shown above. Step6: Loosely tighten the each two screws(Position1 2 3 4 as shown in figure above) for the connector of screws(Position1,2,3,4 the IDU. Step7: Properly tighten the four screws (Position 5 as shown in figure above) of the I/O Board Bracket.

1+0/1+1 System IDU


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Installation: DC-DC CONV Mounting (Optional)

Step1: Fix DC-DC CONV UNIT to the 19-inch rack using the two screws. As shown above above. Note: * Space 0.5 rack unit in the upper or lower DC-DC CONV Unit.

1+0/1+1 System IDU


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Installation: ODU Mounting


Two types of mounting for the antenna : antenna direct mounting type and waveguide connecting type. Tools Wrench or Monkey Wrench Screwdriver Torque Wrench Caution1: How to use small and large O rings are shown in following O-rings table. Two (small and large) O-rings are attached in 18 to 38GHz band Andrew/RFS direct mount antenna.11/13/15GHz band antenna does not have small O-rings (Small O-ring is not used for Andrew/RFS direct mount antenna). If the small O-rings is used for ODU direct mount installation, a gap may occur between ODU and antenna for RF interface. Therefore it may happen transmit or receive level down. Caution2: Do not apply silicon grease at O-ring.
O-rings Small Size 1+0 ANT--ODU ANTWG/ODU (18-38G Band) ANT--HYB 1+1 ANT----WG/HYB (18-38G Band) Not used Used Not Used Used Large Size Used Not Used Used Not Used Antenna Direct Mounting Waveguide connection Antenna direct Mounting Waveguide connection

Note; 11/13/15GHz antenna for direct mount is not possible to connect the ordinary waveguide flanges

System

Attachment position of O-rings (between:)

Remarks

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Installation: ODU Mounting


Note1. Dont use both small O-ring and large Orings simultaneously. Note2. O-ring size is different with frequency band as follows:

Small Size O-ring for waveguide connection

Large Size O-ring for Antenna direct mounting

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Installation:

ODU Mounting Change of Polarization


Note1. The details are referred to the installation manual which is attached to the antenna. Note2. The Antenna is set to V-Polarization when shipped from the factory.

ODU Direct Mounting Type Antenna (Example Andrew)

Setp1: Keep the antenna stand horizontally. Note: Dont remove the screw complete from the screw hole hole.

Setp2: If you change to H polarization , loosen the four screws with the Allen key wrench and then rotate the Transition hub of feed, keeping the antenna stand horizontal

Setp3: Holding the feed with Hand , Rotate the feed 90 degrees degrees.

Setp4: Check that the aperture part of the Transition hub is rotated 90 degrees, then fix it with screws that were loosened in step 2
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ODU Mounting Change of Polarization


Note1. The details are referred to the installation manual which is attached to the antenna. Note2. The Antenna is set to V-Polarization when shipped from the factory.

ODU Direct Mounting Type Antenna (Example Andrew)

Setp1: Keep the antenna stand horizontally. And Loosen six screws with Allen wrench until transition can rotate freely. Note: Dont remove the screw complete from the screw hole. Hold the feed horn with hand.

Setp2: Rotate the transition hub 90 degrees until timing pin locates in timing concavity

Setp3: Tighten six screws when transition hub is located


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ODU Direct Mounting Type Antenna (RFS)

ODU Mounting Change of Polarization


Note1. The details are referred to the installation manual which is attached to the antenna. Note2. The Antenna is set to V-Polarization when shipped from the factory.

Setp1: Loosen the 3 screws Setp2: Hold the feed tightly at the waveguide Setp3: rotate carefully the feed 90 degrees Setp4: Tighten 4 screws.

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NEC Hybrid

ODU Mounting Change of Polarization


Note1. The Hybrid is set to V-Polarization when shipped from the factory.

Setp1: If you change to H polarization, loosen two screw, rotate the Transition hub and put the HYB horizontally

Setp2: Check that aperture of the connection unit is rotated as shown above, then fix it with the two screws that were loosened in step1.

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Antenna Mounting ODU (11-38GHz Band)

ODU Mounting Change of Polarization

1: When vertical polarization is required, rotate the ODU so as to go up the plate marked V. 2: When horizontal polarization is required, remove the guide pin fixed on the plate marked with V
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3.Screw in the guide pin removed in step2 to the screw hole of the plate marked H. 4. Rotate the ODU so as to go up the plate marked H.

Note1. When the ODU is mounted on to the NEC HYB, only V polarization is applied. Note2. When the Waveguide or coaxial cable is connected between the ODU and antenna, the ODU in V polarization for up position is recommended for installation.
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Andrew Pole Mount Bracket
Setp1: Install the bracket to the antenna pole. Setp2: Mount antenna to the bracket.

ODU Mounting Bracket

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ODU Mounting Bracket


RFS-SB1 type Pole Mount Bracket

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ODU Mounting Bracket


RFS-C Type Pole Mount Bracket

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RFS-C Type Pole Mount Bracket

ODU Mounting Bracket

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Andrew type bracket

ODU Mounting
Step: Fix the ODU to the Bracket by tightening the screws(four locations)

Note: 1.Figure shows V polarization. 2.Be careful not to damaged the Oring. g

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RFS SB1 type bracket

ODU Mounting

Note: 1.Figure shows V polarization. 2.Be careful not to damaged the O-ring.
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RFS C type bracket

ODU Mounting

Note: 1.Figure shows V polarization. 2.Be careful not to damaged the O-ring.
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Step: Insert guide p pin on the hole of bracket to set the position of screws.

ODU Mounting

Step: Fix the ODU to the bracket with four screws Align flanges on antenna and ODU directly, and fix the ODU with four screws.
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ODU Mounting

Antenna separation (S) is given by path calculation depending on the system parameter
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ODU Mounting Using HYB


The details are referred to the installation manual which is attached to the antenna.

Andrew Antenna RFS SBI Type RFS C Type

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ODU Mounting Using HYB

Step1: Fix the bracket the handle to the HYB Used for 11-52GHz ODU

Step2: Check the polarization and install the HYB to the antenna by tighten the screw. (four locations)

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ODU Mounting Using HYB

Step3: Insert the O-rings to the two ODU ports of the HYB Note: Be careful not to damage the O-ring. Step4: Install the two ODUs with HEX screws (four locations) using the Allen Key wrench.

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ODU Mounting Feeder Connection

Step: Mount a waveguide to the ODU, Fix the waveguide to the ODU with four bolts Note: Be careful not to damage the O-ring. Waveguide type ODU
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Note: Use suitable flange adapter between ODU and waveguide depending on the waveguide type.
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ODU Mounting Feeder Connection


Step1: Mount the attachment with adapter to the ODU bracket bracket. Setp2: Loose nuts and remove the two U-Bolts from the ODU bracket.

Step3: Mount the ODU bracket to the pole with two U-bolts. Step4: Mount the ODU to the ODU bracket with attached four bolts.

Direct mount type ODU


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ODU Mounting Feeder Connection


Step5: Make sure that the ODU and the ODU bracket are fixed at specified place Setp6:Mount the waveguide to the ODU four bolts.

Note: Be careful not to damage the O-ring. Direct mount type ODU
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Frame Grounding

Connect the Frame Ground (G) terminal on the IDU to the Mounting rack with the earth cable. In addition, connect the mounting rack to the indoor earth terminal with the earth cable and connect the G terminal on the ODU to the ground.
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Frame Grounding
1.Install the ODU within the area protected by lightning rod rod. 2. To avoid surge currents caused by lightning circulating in the equipment earth system. Connect the equipment earth system (frame ground) to ground of the lightning rod at ground level.

This connection is an example


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Frame Grounding
NEC recommends that frame ground of ODU should be connected to earth line line.

This connection is an example


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Waterproof Protection
Before connecting the IF cable between the IDU and ODU, using the circuit tester, check the that the resistance of the I/F cable between center conductor and insulation is more than 100M

These parts should be wrapped the selfbonding tape tightly, Twice or more around the IF cable connector and IF IN/OUT connector of the ODU for waterproof.
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Waterproof Protection

Before connecting the IF cable between the IDU and ODU, using the circuit tester, check the that the resistance of the I/F cable between center conductor and insulation is more than 100M
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Cable Termination

Step2: Set the socket contact to position 1 or 2 of the hand crimping tool. Step1: Remove 3.0 to 3.5 mm of insulation
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Step3: Squeeze the handle of the hand crimping tool. Insert cable into socket contact

Cable Termination

Step6: Insert the socket contacts into the power connector until they lock. Step4: The cable should fit, So insulation and bare wire are arranged as shown. Squeeze the handle of the hand crimping tools until the ratchet is released
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Wiring and Forming


1.Connect cables for ,Signal Interface, Power supply, IF IN/OUT and ground to the proper connector of the IDU. 2. Fix the cables using cable binder to the rack as like as indicated position.

1.Dont cross the cables on front of indicators and power switch used for maintenance. 2. Take suitable bend radius to wiring the IF cable.

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Safety Information

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Safety Information

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Safety Information

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Procedure for 1+0 System: Step1: Check that the IF cable between the MODEM and the ODU is firmly connected. Step2: Before connecting the power cable connector to the MODEM, check that the SELV input voltage is -48V (allowable range:-40.5V to -57V) with the digital multimeter. Step3: Pull out the PWR switch level and turn on. Step4: Confirm that the PWR indicator on the MODEM is ON Procedure for 1+1 System: Step1: Check that the IF cable between the No.1 MODEM and the No.1 ODU is firmly connected. Step2: Before connecting the power cable connector to the No.1 MODEM, check that the SELV input voltage is -48V (allowable range:-40.5V to -57V) with the digital multimeter. Step3: Pull out the PWR switch level and turn on. Step4: Confirm that the PWR indicator on the No.1 MODEM is ON Step5: Repeat step 1 to 3 for No.2 MODEM. Step6: Confirm the PWR indicator on the No.2 MODEM is ON.
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Procedure for 1+0 System: Step1: Pull out the PWR switch lever on the MODEM and turn off the PWR switch switch. Step2: Confirm that the PWR indicator on the MODEM is off.

Shut Down
Warning: g q p After turning ON the equipment,, wait at least 1 minute before turning it OFF again. Repeatedly turning the power ON and OFF within a short interval may cause the IDU/ODU to fail. Note: When turn OFF the IDU and ODU in 1+1 configuration, turn OFF power for standby side first, then working side. When turn OFF the IDU and ODU in working y, g y channel only, switchover the working to standby channel with TX and RX SW using LCT.

Procedure for 1+1 System: Step1: Pull out the PWR switch lever on the corresponding MODEM is to be shut down, then turn off. Step2: Confirm that the PWR indicator on the MODEM is OFF. Step3: Pull out the PWR switch lever on the other MODEM, then turn off. Step4: Confirm that all LED indicators on IDU are OFF.

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Initial Setting
Note: q p p p p y The Equipment Setup must be set properly every items before Provisioning Setup. The Provisioning setup must be performed based on the Equipment Setup

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Following Equipment Setup Items for PDH/SDH system 1.User Interface 2.Redundancy 3.Main(work) 4.SUB(Port) 5.APS Function (for SDH APS only) 6.Modulation Schema 7.Transmission Capacity 8.TX Start Frequency 9.TX Stop Frequency 10.Shift Frequency 11.Upper/Lower 12.SUB BAND 13.TX RF Frequency 14.RX RF Frequency 15. Frame ID 16.TX Power Control 17.LAN Port Usage (for LAN transmission only) 18.LAN Capacity (For LAN Transmission only)
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Provisioning Setup For SDH

Following Provisioning Setup Items for SDH system 1.BER Threshold Setting 2.SUB Interface ( For WS/LAN Transmission only) 3.SC Assignment 4. STM-1 Setting 5. TX Power Control (Set to required TX Power level in MTPC mode when it is going to perform the Antenna Orientation.) 6. Condition for TX/RX SW 7.Condition for APS 8.Relay setting 9.TCN Threshold(15min) 10.TCN Threshold(1 day) 11.PMON Select 12. Other (Optional items)

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Antenna Orientation

Antenna Orientation Procedure: 1. Connect the PC to the LCT port on the NEO IDU Using USB cable. 2. At each station, set Maintenance1 from Maintenance in LCT *1 3. Click and select for the following control items in Maintenance1 *2 TX SW Manual Control: Fix No.1 or No.2 RX SW Manual Control: Fix No.1 or No.2 TX Power Control: MTPC In Equipment Setup Antenna Alignment Mode: Select On. *3 4. At receiving station, remove a cap from the RX LEV MON Jack 5. At each station connect the digital multimeter or Pasolink Monitor to the RX LEV MON jack on the ODU. 6. At each Station, adjust the azimuth and elevation angle of the antenna y g alternately so that the measured voltage becomes maximum.
*1 .In Maintenance on condition, every external Alarm output are masked and remote control can not be performed. *2. Retain the present status for other control items When the TX power control mode is set to ATPC, set it to MTPC and required level for the Pasolink link on the Equipment setup and Provisioning. *3. Set NO.1 or NO.2 which is the same side fixed by TX SW and RX SW in 1+1 configuration) Note: In order to measure exact performance of AGC V, it is mandatory required to set Alignment Mode to On.

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Antenna Orientation

The relation of the RX Input Level versus RX Level MON (V) is shown below.

1.It is necessary to set to the Antenna Alignment Mode using PC for LCT when monitor the RX level. 2.The RX LEV MON terminal on the ODU 3.The RX LEV MON terminal must be capped for waterproof.

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Line up test items for between two stations are listed in below. Item 1. Orderwire Test 2. TX/RX Switchover Operation 3. DADE Adjust 4. BER Measurement 5. Meter Reading

Lineup Test

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Orderwire Test Procedure. Step1: Connect headset to the EOW jack on the IDU. Step2: Press the CALL button on the IDU. Requirement : at the opposite site, the buzzer on the IDU sounds. Step3: Check that the orderwire can be used between two stations with headsets. Step4: Disconnect headset from EOW jack on he IDU at each station.

Orderwire Test

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TX/RX SW Switchover Operation (only is performed in 1+1 configuration) Step1: Connect the PC to the LCT port on the NEO IDU. Step2: Login LCT Step3: Click Maintenance button in the LCT MENU, select Maintenance 1 on background menu. Step4: Select On of the Maintenance setting button and click on Set button. Step5: Select No.1 or No.2 of TX SW setting button and click on Set button. Step6: Select No.1 or No.2 of the RX SW setting button and click on Set button. Step7: Check that the Value box for each item turned to the required status.

TX/RX SW Switchover Operation

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DADE Adjustment: (only is performed in 1+1 configuration to adjust delay time for RX hitless switching when the INTFC status is indicated Outphase) Step1: Connect the PC to the LCT port on the NEO IDU. Step2: Login LCT Step3: Click Maintenance button in the LCT MENU, select Maintenance 1 on background menu. Step4: Select DADE Adjust on the Maintenance1 table. Step6: Click on setting button DADE, Offset DADE or DADE Off and Click on Set button.

DADE Adjustment
The DADE adjustment is needed in initial lineup or when the IF cable is replaced. It is not needed readjustment when the INTFC status is indicated In-phase. In phase DADE: Automatically adjust delay time based on either No.1 signal or No.2 signal which it is selected by RX SW under the outphase condition of the INTFC STATUS. The DADE control is processed assuring no interruption of traffic. Offset DADE: Automatically adjust delay time based on either No.1 signal or No.2 signal which it is selected by RX SW under the outphase condition of the INTFCA Status. Since the offset memory minimizes the latency delay. traffic interruption occurs at that moment. This Offset DADE controls the delay time difference to a minimum than DADE control. DADE Off: Set when DADE function is not used. For Particularly, when low bit rate (10 to 20MB) transmission is applied to the system, the DADE control is not required.

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BER Measurement

BER Measurement (Electrical Interface) (In 1+1 system, BER Measurement of both No.1 and No.2 channels should be performed between terminal stations ) stations.) Step1: At the transmitting end, disconnect STM-1 signal cable from the STM1 IN connector on the STM-1 INTFC. Step2: At the receiving end, disconnect the STM-1 signal cable from the STM1 out connector on the STM-1 INTFC. Step3: At both transmitting and receiving ends, set the STM/SONET Analyzer as follows: STM-1 INTFC (Electrical) Bit rate: 155.52 Mbps , Code format: STM-1,CMI Level: 1.0 Vp-p Impedance: 75 ohms, Unbalanced.

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BER Measurement

BER Measurement (Electrical Interface) (In 1+1 system, BER Measurement of both No.1 and No.2 channels should be performed between terminal stations ) stations.) Following steps are for 1+1 system: Step4: In HS system, set the TX SW to No.1 or No.2 to on condition at transmitting end. Step5: At receiving end, set the RX SW to either No.1 or No.2 to on condition. Step6: Measure BER and confirm that the values are indicated as follows: requirement 110 -12 or less. Step7: At received end , change setting of the RX SW to opposite No.1 or No.2 from it in step5 and confirm that the measured value satisfies requirement given in step6 step6. Step8: Change setting of the TX SW to opposite No.1 or No.2 from step4 and confirm that the measured value satisfies requirement given in step6. Step9: At receiving end, change setting of the RX SW to opposite No.1 or No.2 from step 7 and confirm that the measured value satisfies requirement given in step6. Step10: Restore all connections and control status to normal.
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BER Measurement

BER Measurement (Optical Interface) (In 1+1 system, BER Measurement of both No.1 and No.2 channels should be performed between terminal stations ) stations.) Step1: At the transmitting end, disconnect OPT cable from the STM-1 IN connector on the STM-1 INTFC. Step2: At the receiving end, disconnect the OPT cable from the STM-1 out connector on the STM-1 INTFC. Step3: At both transmitting and receiving ends, set the STM/SONET Analyzer as follows: STM-1 INTFC (Electrical) Bit rate: 155.52 Mbps , Code format: STM-1,NRZ Level: S-1.1 L-1.1 In -8 to -28dBm -10 to -34 dBm0 Out -8 to -15dBm 0 to -8 dBm Wavelength: In: 1310nm Out: 1310nm
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BER Measurement

BER Measurement (OPT Interface) (In 1+1 system, BER Measurement of both No.1 and No.2 channels should be performed between terminal stations ) stations.) Following steps are for 1+1 system: Step4: In HS system, set the TX SW to No.1 or No.2 to on condition at transmitting end. Step5: At receiving end, set the RX SW to either No.1 or No.2 to on condition. Step6: Measure BER and confirm that the values are indicated as follows: requirement 110 -12 or less. Step7: At received end , change setting of the RX SW to opposite No.1 or No.2 from it in step5 and confirm that the measured value satisfies requirement given in step6 step6. Step8: Change setting of the TX SW to opposite No.1 or No.2 from step4 and confirm that the measured value satisfies requirement given in step6. Step9: At receiving end, change setting of the RX SW to opposite No.1 or No.2 from step 7 and confirm that the measured value satisfies requirement given in step6. Step10: Restore all connections and control status to normal.
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Meter Reading Step1: Connect the PC to the LCT Port on the NEO IDU. Step2: Login LCT Step3: Click Metering button in LCT Menu. Step4: The values of Metering items are displayed as follows. 1+0 Configuration

Meter Reading

1+1 Configuration

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