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WALKair V3.

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UMN: OPAM
Base Station Management Guide

P/N 110504-01 D REV 1.1


January 2000

TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF FIGURES.................................................................................................iv
LIST OF TABLES ...................................................................................................v
1

Introduction ............................................................................................. 1-1

Base Station LED Indicator Interface .................................................... 2-1


2.1
Base Unit LEDs ............................................................................ 2-1
2.2
IF MUX LEDs ............................................................................... 2-3

Base Station Local Craft Interface......................................................... 3-1


3.1
Local Craft Interface Menus ......................................................... 3-1
3.2
Base Station ................................................................................. 3-1
3.3
Global Navigation Key Symbol Commands.................................. 3-2

The Main Menu ........................................................................................ 4-1

Configuring the BS ................................................................................. 5-1


5.1
Radio Link Parameters Menu ....................................................... 5-2
5.2
Getting the Cable Length ............................................................. 5-3
5.3
Setting the Cable Length.............................................................. 5-4
5.4
Getting the Cable Type ................................................................ 5-5
5.5
Setting the Cable Type................................................................. 5-6
5.6
Getting the Cable Gain for Other Cable Types .......................... 5-7
5.7
Setting the Cable Gain for Other Cable Types........................... 5-8
5.8
Getting the IF Cable Gain........................................................... 5-10
5.9
Setting the IF Cable Gain ........................................................... 5-11
5.10
Getting the RFU Head Type....................................................... 5-12
5.11
Setting the RFU Head Type ....................................................... 5-12
5.12
Getting the Operating Frequency ............................................... 5-13
5.13
Setting the Operating Frequency................................................ 5-14
5.14
Getting the Modem Working Point.............................................. 5-15
5.15
Setting the Modem Working Point .............................................. 5-16
5.16
Getting the IFMUX Type............................................................. 5-17
5.17
Setting the IFMUX ...................................................................... 5-18

Administrative Parameters Menu .......................................................... 6-1


6.1
BS Parameters Menu ................................................................... 6-2
6.2
Getting the BS Serial Number ...................................................... 6-4
6.3
Getting the BS Administrative Status ........................................... 6-5
6.4
Setting the Administrative Status.................................................. 6-6
6.5
Getting the System Time.............................................................. 6-7
6.6
Setting the System Time .............................................................. 6-8
6.7
Getting the System Clock Source................................................. 6-9
6.8
Setting the System Clock Source ............................................... 6-10
6.8.1
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Getting External Clock Out Status ..........................................6-11


Setting the External Clock Out Status ....................................6-12
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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

6.9

BU IP Parameters Menu .............................................................6-13


6.9.1
6.9.2
6.9.3
6.9.4

6.10

Getting BU IP Parameters ..................................................... 6-13


Setting BU IP Parameters ..................................................... 6-14
Getting Authorized Manager Stations .................................... 6-15
Modifying Authorized Manager Stations ................................ 6-15

TS Parameters Menu..................................................................6-17
6.10.1
6.10.2
6.10.3
6.10.4
6.10.5
6.10.6
6.10.7

Getting the List of TS Information Parameters....................... 6-19


Setting the List of TS Information Parameters ....................... 6-20
Adding Single TS Information Parameters............................. 6-21
Updating Single TS Information Parameters.......................... 6-22
Getting the TS Administrative Status ..................................... 6-23
Setting the Administrative Status........................................... 6-24
Deleting a TS ........................................................................ 6-25

Remote BS Management ........................................................................7-1

Telecom Interface Parameters ...............................................................8-1


8.1
Telecom Interface Parameter Menus............................................8-1
8.1.1
8.1.2

Getting the BS Telecom Configuration Parameters ................. 8-2


Setting BS Telecom Configuration Parameters ....................... 8-3
8.1.2.1

8.1.3

8.2

Defining Services ....................................................................................9-1


9.1
Getting a List of All Leased Line Services.....................................9-2
9.2
Adding Leased Line Service .........................................................9-3
9.3
Getting Leased Line Service Parameters .....................................9-5
9.4
Getting Leased Line Service Administrative Status ......................9-6
9.5
Deleting Leased Line Services .....................................................9-7
9.6
V5 Service ....................................................................................9-8
9.7
V5 Interface Management ..........................................................9-10

9.8

Getting the V5 Interface Table............................................... 9-11


Setting the V5 Interface Table ............................................... 9-12
Adding New V5 Interfaces ..................................................... 9-13
Getting Interface Parameters ................................................ 9-15
Updating the Interface ........................................................... 9-17
Getting the Interface Status................................................... 9-18
Setting the Interface Status ................................................... 9-19
Deleting an Interface ............................................................. 9-20
Deleting TS Configuration Parameters .................................. 9-22

V5 Subscriber Management .......................................................9-23


9.8.1
9.8.2
9.8.3
9.8.4
9.8.5

Getting the Subscriber Table................................................. 9-25


Setting the Subscriber Table ................................................. 9-26
Adding Subscribers ............................................................... 9-28
Displaying Subscriber Data ................................................... 9-29
Deleting Subscribers ............................................................. 9-30

Maintenance Management Menu .........................................................10-1


10.1
System Tests Menu ....................................................................10-2
10.1.1

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Getting the Telecom Configuration .......................................... 8-8


Setting TS Telecom Configuration Parameters........................ 8-9

Setting the TS Telecom Administrative Status............................8-12


Duplicate Telecom Configuration................................................8-12

9.7.1
9.7.2
9.7.3
9.7.4
9.7.5
9.7.6
9.7.7
9.7.8
9.7.9

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Setting the BS Telecom Administrative Status......................... 8-6

TS Telecom Parameters Menu .....................................................8-7


8.2.1
8.2.2

8.3
8.4

Pin Assignment and Adapter Cables for V.35/X.21 ............. 8-5

Displaying the Last Reset Cause and Date ........................... 10-3


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10.2

Loop Back Testing...................................................................... 10-4


10.2.1
10.2.2

10.3
10.4

TFTP Download Session......................................................10-14


TFTP Software Download ....................................................10-15
Beginning a TFTP Software Download Session ...................10-16
RS232 Software Download ..................................................10-20
RS232 Download Session....................................................10-21

Air Performance Monitoring...................................................... 10-23


10.5.1
10.5.2
10.5.3
10.5.4
10.5.5
10.5.6
10.5.7

10.6

BS Loop Backs.......................................................................10-6
TS Loop Backs.......................................................................10-8

System Alarms And Error Menu ............................................... 10-10


Software Download .................................................................. 10-12
10.4.1
10.4.2
10.4.3
10.4.4
10.4.5

10.5

Resetting the System .............................................................10-4

Performance Measurements ................................................10-24


Setting the Display Format ...................................................10-26
Getting the Current Performance Parameters ......................10-27
Local Measurements ............................................................10-28
Remote Measurements ........................................................10-31
Setting the Modem Report ...................................................10-32
Resetting the FER Counters.................................................10-34

The Modem Maintenance Menu............................................... 10-35

Appendix A IF Index Tables ...........................................................................A-1


Appendix B RF Index Tables..........................................................................B-1
Appendix C Alarms .........................................................................................C-1

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LIST OF FIGURES.

LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 2-1:
Figure 2-2:
Figure 2-3:
Figure 4-1:
Figure 5-1:
Figure 5-2:
Figure 8-1:
Figure 9-1:
Figure 10-1:
Figure 10-2:
Figure 10-3:

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BS-BUS Front Panel LEDs ................................................................... 2-1


IF MUX 8 Unit LED Indicators ............................................................... 2-3
IF MUX 16 Unit LED Indicators ............................................................. 2-3
BS Main Menu ...................................................................................... 4-1
BS Configuration Menu ......................................................................... 5-1
BS Radio Link Parameters Menu .......................................................... 5-2
BS-BU Telecom Ports........................................................................... 8-1
V5 Subscriber Management Menu ...................................................... 9-24
The System Test Menu ....................................................................... 10-2
Loopback Testing................................................................................ 10-5
Software Download Menu ................................................................. 10-13

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LIST OF TABLES
Table 2-1:
Table 2-2:
Table 2-3:
Table 3-1:
Table 3-2:
Table 4-1:
Table 5-1:
Table 5-2:
Table 6-1:
Table 6-2:
Table 6-3:
Table 9-1:
Table 9-2:
Table 9-3:
Table 9-4:
Table 9-5:
Table 10-1:
Table 10-2:
Table 10-3:
Table 10-4:
Table 10-5:
Table 10-6:
Table 10-7:
Table 10-8:
Table A-1:
Table A-2:
Table A-3:
Table B-1:
Table B-2:
Table B-3:
Table C-1:

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BS-BUS LED Indicators ........................................................................ 2-2


LED Color Coding................................................................................. 2-2
LED Description.................................................................................... 2-3
Global Navigation Key Symbol Commands........................................... 3-2
LCI Print Levels .................................................................................... 3-2
BS Main Menu Options ......................................................................... 4-1
BS Configuration Menu Option Definitions ............................................ 5-1
BS Radio Link Parameters Menu Option Definitions ............................. 5-2
BS Administrative Parameters Menu Option Definitions........................ 6-3
System Clock Source...........................................................................6-10
TS Parameters Menu Options..............................................................6-18
V5 Service Menu Option Definitions...................................................... 9-9
V5 Interface Management Menu Options Definitions ...........................9-10
Interface Update Options .....................................................................9-17
V5 Subscriber Management Menu Option Definitions ..........................9-24
Subscriber Table Definitions ................................................................9-25
Maintenance Menu Option Definitions ...............................................10-1
System Tests Menu Option Definitions ................................................10-6
System Alarm and Error Menu Option Definitions ..............................10-10
Software Download Menu Option Definitions .....................................10-13
General Definition ..............................................................................10-23
Performance Parameters Definitions .................................................10-24
Local Report Parameters for 1 Sec. ...................................................10-29
Local Report Parameters for 15 Min. .................................................10-31
IF Index for BS 3.5 GHz Band A, B, and C............................................ A-1
IF Index for BS 10.5 GHz Band............................................................. A-4
IF Index for 26 GHz Band AH ............................................................. A-7
RF Index For 3.5 GHz Bands A, B, and C............................................. B-1
RF Index For 10.5 GHz Band................................................................ B-4
RF Index for 26 GHz Bands A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H................................ B-7
Alarm Definitions................................................................................... C-1

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INTRODUCTION
The Base Station Management Guide explains the operation of the BS
embedded software. It is assumed that a Local Craft has already been
connected to the BS according to the instructions provided in the
Installation Guide.

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BASE STATION LED INDICATOR INTERFACE


The operator can monitor the system and equipment status by observing
the LED indicators or the LCI terminal. At startup, all LEDs are turned on in
the three different colors and then turned off. This is to verify that the LEDs
are operational.

2.1

Base Unit LEDs


The LEDs provide visual indication of the functioning equipment and report
the existence of system and equipment alarms. The LED indicators are lit
according to the origin of the fault occurrence. The indoor LED is used to
indicate a fault situation in the BU. The outdoor LED is used to indicate a
fault in the Outdoor Unit (Antenna, RFU etc.) or in the air link. Figure 2-1
illustrates the BS-BUS front panel LEDs. Table 2-1 and Table 2-2 details
the LED indicators and LED Color Coding. The LED colors are also
reflected on the BU panel presented on the Management system.

FIGURE 2-1:

BS-BUS FRONT PANEL LEDS

LED Status
Indicators

Telecom LED:
One per Telecom Card
INT

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EXT

ETH

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TABLE 2-1:

BS-BUS LED INDICATORS


LED

DESCRIPTION

EXT
(Outdoor)

Indicates the status of the outdoor


equipment and radio link (e.g., failure in
the RFU or a lost connection with one of
the TSs).

INT
(Indoor)

Indicates the status of the indoor


equipment.

ETH
(Ethernet)

Indicates the status of the Ethernet port.

Telecom LEDs

Indicates the status of the specific


Telecom interface (e.g., LOS on one of the
E1s connected to the BS-BUS).

TABLE 2-2:

LED COLOR CODING


LEDS

LED STATE

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Internal

External

Ethernet

Telecom

Blinking Red Disable

Frequency
Search

Disable

RED

Major

Major

Major

Blinking
Yellow

Loop back

Loop back

Loop back

YELLOW

Minor

Minor

Minor

Blinking
Green

Software
Download

GREEN

Serviceable

Serviceable

Serviceable

Serviceable

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2.2

IF MUX LEDs
The IF MUX LEDs provide visual indication of the equipment status. Figure
2-2 illustrates the IF MUX 8 LEDs, Figure 2-3 illustrates the IF MUX 16
LEDs. Following the figures, Table 2-3 describes the LED functions.

FIGURE 2-2:

IF MUX 8 UNIT LED INDICATORS


LED Status Verification

Fail
Power

FIGURE 2-3:

IF MUX 16 UNIT LED INDICATORS


LED Status
Verification

16 x SMA Input (Rx)

Rx1

Tx1

Rx2

Tx2

Rx3

Tx3

Rx4

Tx4

Rx5

Tx5

Rx6

Tx6

Rx7

Tx7

Rx8

Tx8

Rx9

Tx9

Rx10

Tx10

Rx11

Tx11

Rx12

Tx12

Rx13

Tx13

Rx14

Tx14

Rx15

Tx15

Rx16

Tx16

Fail
Power

16 x SMA Output (Tx)

TABLE 2-3:

LED DESCRIPTION
LED
Fail
Power

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FUNCTION
Indicates a failure of the unit.
Indicates the unit is powered and that the
operational status is serviceable.

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BASE STATION LOCAL CRAFT INTERFACE

3.1

Local Craft Interface Menus


The LCI menus for the BS and TS use the same global key symbol
commands in order to facilitate navigation of the menu structure.

3.2

Base Station
The LCI embedded software, is VT-100 terminal compatible and uses the
RS-232 interface. The BS software enables operators to configure and
maintain the BS as well as the TSs.
Attach the Local Craft Terminal to the BS-BUS LCI port, using an available
COM port with the following settings:
9600 bps baud rate
no Parity
8 data bits
1 stop bits
After making the LCI connection, run the communications software (e.g.,
PROCOMM, PCPLUS PROWIN etc.). The terminal type must be set to
ANSI in the communications software.
While the BS-BUS is initializing, a number of messages are displayed on
the LCI terminal.
After the initialization, the main menu is displayed (see Figure 4-1).

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3.3

Global Navigation Key Symbol Commands


The TS software provides several global key symbol commands in order to
facilitate navigation of the Menu Structure as shown in Table 3-1.
Type the <symbol> then press <Enter> in order to perform the requested
function.
TABLE 3-1:

GLOBAL NAVIGATION KEY SYMBOL COMMANDS

SYMBOLS

FUNCTION

Press * <Enter> to access the Main (root) menu in the software.


From the main menu you access all other LCI functions.

Press ^ <Enter> to access the previous menu in the LCI screen


in the LCI hierarchy.

Press = <Enter> anytime to refresh the LCI monitor screen. This


erases all information that was on the screen and re-displays the
current menu at the top of the screen.

Press % <Enter> to toggle the ON/OFF display mode of error


messages should they occur.

Press + <Enter> to advance the print level. The change is


displayed on the LCI monitor.

Press - <Enter> to reduce the print level. The change is


displayed on the LCI monitor.

The LCI reports system alarms and events by displaying messages on the
terminal monitor. The type of messages that are printed depends on the
set print level.

Table 3-2 lists the print levels in descending order. Each print level
includes the lower level messages.
TABLE 3-2:

LCI PRINT LEVELS

PRINT LEVEL

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Info

The default level displays all alarm and event messages,


including status message (e.g., scanning frequencies).

Warning

Displays alarms that are the Warning Level.

Error

Displays alarms that are the Error Level.

Fatal

Displays alarms that are the Fatal Level.

Display

Displays no alarms or events, only the LCI menus.

None

Displays no alarms, events or LCI menus, (displays a blank


screen). If your LCI monitor displays a blank screen, press
<Enter> to reduce to the Display Print Level.

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THE MAIN MENU


The BS Main Menu screen (see Figure 4-1) is the root or first level of the
BS software. It provides access to the two general-purpose operation sets
of the BS as described in Table 4-1.
FIGURE 4-1:

BS MAIN MENU

TABLE 4-1:

BS MAIN MENU OPTIONS

OPTION
NUMBER

MENU ITEM

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

1.

Configuration
Menu

Enables configuration of all WALKair parameters.

2.

Maintenance
Menu

Enables the operation and maintenance of the of


the WALKair system including the following items:

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System Tests

System Alarms

Software Download

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CONFIGURING THE BS
The Configuration Menu is used to configure all parameters required for air
links and service establishment. Figure 5-1 displays the BS Configuration
Menu; Table 5-1 describes the menu options.
FIGURE 5-1:

BS CONFIGURATION MENU

TABLE 5-1:

BS CONFIGURATION MENU OPTION DEFINITIONS

OPTION
NUMBER

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MENU ITEM

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

1.

Radio Link
Parameters Menu

Enables configuration of the cable type,


length and operating frequency.

2.

Administrative
Parameters Menu

Configures BS parameters for selected


modules i.e., Serial Number, Customer ID
Number, System Time and enables or
disables BS / TS operation.

3.

Telecom Interfaces Enables the physical configuration of


Parameters Menu Telecom services for E1, V.35/X.21, and
Frame Relay.

4.

Service Parameters Enables the configuration of service


Menu
parameters i.e., service type, band type,
bandwidth etc.

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5.1

Radio Link Parameters Menu


Figure 5-2 displays the BS Radio Parameters submenu; Table 5-2
describes each of the commands. Radio parameters can also be
configured via the Management Station. For details, please refer to the
WALKnet User Manual.

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FIGURE 5-2:

BS RADIO LINK PARAMETERS MENU

TABLE 5-2:

BS RADIO LINK PARAMETERS MENU OPTION DEFINITIONS

OPTION
NUMBER

MENU ITEM

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

0.

Get Cable Length

Displays the IF cable length in meters.

1.

Set Cable Length

Specifies the IF cable length.

2.

Get Cable Type

Displays the IF cable type.

3.

Set Cable Type

Specifies the cable type. Use this


option to select the standard LMR400
cable or other cable.

4.

Get other cable type


Gain Table

Displays the other cable gain table.

5.

Set other cable type


Gain Table

Specifies the upstream and


downstream gain of the cable as per
vendor specifications. Must be
repeated for all IF frequencies.

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OPTION
NUMBER

5.2

MENU ITEM

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

6.

Get Cable Gain

Displays the operating cable gain.

7.

Set Cable Gain

Specifies the operating frequency


according to cable length and type.

8.

Get RFU Head


Information

Displays the operating RFU Head


Type.

9.

Set RFU Head


Information

Specifies the operating RFU Head


Type.

A.

Get BS Frequency
Index

Displays Frequency Index for selected


BS.

B.

Set BS Frequency
Index

Specifies Frequency Index for selected


BS.

C.

Get Modem Working


Point

Displays the working parameters of the


Modem.

D.

Set Modem Working


Point

Specifies the working parameters of


the Modem. Used for fine tuning the
Modem.

E.

Get IFMUX type.

Displays the operating parameters of


the IFMUX.

F.

Set IFMUX type.

Specifies the operating parameters of


the IFMUX.

Getting the Cable Length


To Get the Current Cable Length:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option number 0 then
press <Enter>.
The BS Cable Length menu displays the current cable length.

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5.3

Setting the Cable Length


Cable length is used for computing IF cable attenuation based on a
predefined cable type (see Setting Cable Type para. 5.5).
When setting cable lengths, a whole number must be used. The number
represents the cable length in meters.
To Set the Cable Length:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option number 1 then
press <Enter>.
The BS Cable Length parameter input is displayed.

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4. Specify the cable length then press <Enter>.

NOTE
All gain settings for cables other than the standard LMR400 and
CF CU2Y 50 Ohm cables must be set to specifications supplied by the
vendor.

5.4

Getting the Cable Type


To Get the Cable Type:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The BS Cable Type menu displays the current cable type.

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The cable type can be LMR 400, CF CU2Y 50 Ohm, or other cable.

5.5

Setting the Cable Type


Use this option to select the cable type. The system has built in gain tables
for the LMR400 and CF CU2Y 50 Ohm cable types. If Other Cable
Type is selected, then the Gain Table must be inserted.
To Set the Cable Type:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option number 3 then
press <Enter>.
The Cable Type parameter input is displayed.

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4. Type L then press <Enter> to select the standard LMR400 cable.


5. Type C then press <Enter> to select the CF CU2Y 50 ohm cable.
6. Type O then press <Enter> to select another type of cable.

5.6

Getting the Cable Gain for Other Cable


Types
To Display the Other Cable Types Gain Table:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option number 4 then
press <Enter>.
The Frequency Cable Gain table is displayed.

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5.7

Setting the Cable Gain for Other Cable


Types
If option O (Other Cable type) was entered, the Gain Table for the IF
cable must be entered (as described by vendor specifications).
To Set the Other Cable Type Gain Table:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option number 5 then
press <Enter> to complete the cable gain table.
The Gain Table parameter input is displayed.

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4. Enter the upstream gain for the displayed frequency index in Decibels
(as per vendor specifications) then press <SPACEBAR>.
5. Enter the downstream gain for the displayed frequency index in
Decibels (as per vendor specifications) press <SPACEBAR>then
press <Enter>.
6. Repeat for all relevant frequency indices (of the installed RFU) as
detailed in Table A-1, (3.5 GHz Bands A, B and C), Table A-2
(10.5 GHz) and Table A-3 (26 GHz Bands A-H).
7. Type q to exit.

NOTE
All gain settings for cables other than LMR400 and CF CU2Y S\50 ohm
must be set according to vendor specifications.

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5.8

Getting the IF Cable Gain


The IF cable connects the indoor and the outdoor units. The system
requires the IF cable attenuation data in order to adjust the output signal.
The cable attenuation can either be entered manually, or computed by the
system based on the specified IF length and type.
To Get the Attenuation Data:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option number 6 then
press <Enter>.
The following is displayed:

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5.9

Setting the IF Cable Gain


Prior to entering this option, ensure that the cable gain (attenuation) has
been measured (see para 5.8 ).
To Set the Attenuation Data:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option number 7 then
press <Enter>.
The following is displayed:

4. Enter T then press <Enter> to verify this parameter.


5. Enter the completed cable gain for the up link and the down link
according to the cable length and type.

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5.10

Getting the RFU Head Type


To Get the RFU Head Type:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option number 8 then
press <Enter>.
The following is displayed.

5.11

Setting the RFU Head Type


To Set the RFU Head Type:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option number 9 then
press <Enter>.
The following is displayed.

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4. Select the appropriate RFU head type for either 3.5 GHZ, 10.5 GHz or
26 GHz then press <Enter>.
5. Enter the RFU HW revision (first letter)
The HW revision appears on a label on the RFU in the following
format: X.YY ( X Letter, Y - Digit).
6. Press <Enter>.

5.12

Getting the Operating Frequency


To Get the Radio Frequency Index:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option A then press
<Enter>.
The following is displayed.

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5.13

Setting the Operating Frequency


To Set the Radio Frequency Index:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option B then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Frequency Index parameter input is displayed.

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4. Enter the corresponding frequency index to the allocated frequency


then press <Enter>. Each BS-BUS is allocated a different 1.75 MHz
frequency slice. For example, if the allocated downlink frequency is
3501.25 to 3527.50, type 0 as the frequency index.
Table B-1 displays the Radio Frequency Index for the 3.5 GHz
Bands A, B, and C. Table B-2 displays the Frequency Index for the 10.5
GHz Band. Table B-3 displays the Frequency Index for the 26 GHz
bands A-H.

5.14

Getting the Modem Working Point


To Set the Modem Working Point:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option C then press
<Enter>.
The Modem Working Point Parameters menu is displayed.

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5.15

Setting the Modem Working Point


Modem configuration enables optimizing modem performance between
the BS and TS. Typically, the default settings are used however; it is
possible to configure the Modem Working point in order to control cell size.
When setting the Modem Working Point, select either the default values or
enter the Nominal Power values for Tx and Rx.
To Set the Modem Working Point:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option D then press
<Enter>.
The Modem Working Point Parameters menu, containing the current
and default Nominal Power values, is displayed.

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4. Type Y to select the default values then press <Enter>.


5. Type N to insert the new Modem Working Point values.
6. (Optional) enter the required values for Nominal Power Tx and
Nominal Power Rx, then press <Enter>.

5.16

Getting the IFMUX Type


To Get the IFMUX Type:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option E then press
<Enter>.
The IFMUX Type is displayed.

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5.17

Setting the IFMUX


To Set the IFMUX Type:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The Radio Link Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Radio Link Parameters Menu, select option F then press
<Enter>.
The IFMUX Type parameter input is displayed.

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ADMINISTRATIVE PARAMETERS MENU


The Administrative Parameters Menu enables status configuration of both
BS and TS system settings. The TS is configured via the BS LCI
embedded software. Table 6-1 displays Administrative Parameters Menu
options for the BS.
To Access the Administrative Parameters Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.

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6.1

BS Parameters Menu
To Access the BS Parameters Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option number 1
then press <Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.

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TABLE 6-1:
OPTION
NUMBER

BS ADMINISTRATIVE PARAMETERS MENU OPTION DEFINITIONS


MENU ITEM

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

1.

Get BS Serial Number

2.

Get BS Administrative Status Displays the current status of the


selected BS (enabled / disabled).

3.

Set BS Administrative Status

Defines the selected BS operative


status (enabled / disabled).

4.

Get System Time

Displays the current date and time of


the selected BS.

5.

Set System Time

Defines the date (dd / MM / yyyy) and


time of the selected BS.

6.

Get System Clock Source

Displays the current system clock


source.

7.

Set System Clock Source

Defines the system clock source:


Internal, External, or Automatic.

8.

Get BU IP Parameters

Displays the current BU IP


parameters.

9.

Set BU IP Parameters

Defines the BU IP parameters for


connection to the NMS.

a.

Get List of Authorized


Managers Stations

Displays current SNMP Managers IP


addresses.

b.

Add Authorized Manager


Station

Adds SNMP Manager IP addresses


to the system database.

c.

Delete Authorized Manager


Station

Deletes the SNMP Manager IP


addresses from the system
database.

d.

Get External Clock Out

Displays the External Clock


parameters.

e.

Set External Clock Out

Defines the External Clock Out


setting.

p.

Update Remote LCI Password Changes the default password for


remote LCI configuration of the TS.

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Displays the selected BS serial


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6.2

Getting the BS Serial Number


To Get the BS Serial Number:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option number 1
then press <Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The BS serial number is displayed.

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6.3

Getting the BS Administrative Status


To Get the BS Administration Status:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option number 1
then press <Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Status is displayed (Enabled / Disabled).

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6.4

Setting the Administrative Status


To Set the BS Administrative Status:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option number 1
then press <Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Status input parameter menu is displayed.

5. Type E then press <Enter>to enable the BS.


The menu displays ENABLE.
6. Type D then press <Enter> to disable the BS.
The menu displays DISABLE.

NOTE
In order to activate a service, the BUs must be enabled.

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6.5

Getting the System Time


NOTE
The following options are for the time and date of the LCI program. These
options control the time and date stamps that the LCI places on reported
events and alarms. They are not relevant for the time and date of the
network elements.
To Get the BS System Time:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option 1 then press
<Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Current Time menu is displayed.

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6.6

Setting the System Time


The BS system clock is a 24-hour clock that can be configured for hours
(hh) minutes (mm). In addition, the BS system clock can be configured for
the day (dd), month (MM) and year (yyyy). Numbers can be set with
leading zeros for single-digit days, years or months. Leading zeros for
single-digit time divisions can also be used.
To Set the BS System Time:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option 1 then press
<Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option number 5 then press
<Enter>.
The System Time input parameter menu is displayed.

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

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Enter the month then press <Spacebar>.
Enter the year then press <Enter>.
Enter the hour then press <Spacebar>.
Enter the minute then press <Enter>.

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6.7

Getting the System Clock Source


To Get the BS System Clock Source:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option 1 then press
<Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option number 6 then press
<Enter>.
The System Clock Source menu is displayed.

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6.8

Setting the System Clock Source


The System Clock Source can be either External, Internal, fixed from a
specific port or Automatic. When set, the System Clock Source will
recognize the origin of the input as determined by this menu option.
Table 6-2 describes the clock source options.
TABLE 6-2:

SYSTEM CLOCK SOURCE

CLOCK SOURCE

DESCRIPTION

Internal

Time settings determined by BS oscillator

Telecom Port

For setting External synchronization. The


time source is fixed to a specific port
(0, 1, and 2).

Automatic

The time source is automatically set from


the first available Telecom port. In case of
failure in this port, the timing is taken from
the next available Telecom port.

External

Time setting determined by an external


clock connection to the BU external clock
connector and concatenated to all BUs.

To Set the BS System Clock Source:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option 1 then press
<Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option number 7 then press
<Enter>.
The System Clock Source input parameter menu is displayed.

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5. Select the appropriate synchronization source then press <Enter>.


! Internal - Type I then press <Enter> for Internal clock.
! External - Type E then press <Enter> for External clock.
! 0 / 1 / 2 - Type 0, 1, or 2 then press <Enter> to get the System
Clock from the specific Telecom interface.
! Automatic - Type A then press <Enter> to choose the System
Clock automatically from the available Telecom interface.

6.8.1

Getting External Clock Out Status


To Get the External Clock Status:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option 1 then press
<Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option D then press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

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6.8.2

Setting the External Clock Out Status


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option 1 then press
<Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option E then press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

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5. Type E then press <Enter> to enable.


6. Type D then press <Enter> to disable.

6.9

BU IP Parameters Menu
In order for the Base Station to operate in an IP network, three parameters
must be configured:
IP Address
IP Mask
Default Router

6.9.1

Getting BU IP Parameters
To Get the BU IP Paramerters:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option 1 then press
<Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option number 8 then press
<Enter>.
The BU IP Parameters Menu is displayed.

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6.9.2

Setting BU IP Parameters
To Set the BU IP Paramerters:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option 1 then press
<Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option number 9 then press
<Enter>.
The Set BU IP Parameters menu is displayed.

5. Enter the required IP Address in the following format,


XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX (four numbers separated by dots), then press
<Enter>.
6. Enter the required IP Mask Address, then press <Enter>.
7. Enter the required Default Router IP Address, then press <Enter>.

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6.9.3

Getting Authorized Manager Stations


The list of authorized Managers includes all IP addresses of Management
Stations that have set authorization.
To Get a List of Authorized Manager Stations:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option 1 then press
<Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option A then press <Enter>.
The List of Authorized Managers is displayed.

6.9.4

Modifying Authorized Manager Stations


To Add an Authorized Manager Station:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.

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3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option 1 then press


<Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option B then press <Enter>.
The Add Authorized Manager Station menu is displayed.

5. Enter the IP address for the new Manager Station in the following
format, XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX (four numbers separated by dots), then
press <Enter>.
To Delete a Manager Station:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option 1 then press
<Enter>.
The BS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Parameters Menu, select option C then press <Enter>.
The Delete Authorized Manager Station menu is displayed.

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5. Enter the required SNMP Manager IP address XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX


(four numbers separated by dots) then press <Enter>.

6.10

TS Parameters Menu
The TS Parameters Menu specifies and configures the TSs that will
communicate with the BS-BUS. Table 6-3 describes the menu options.
To Access the TS Administrative Parameters Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option number 2
then press <Enter>.
The TS Parameters Menu is displayed.

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TABLE 6-3:
OPTION
NUMBER
1.

TS PARAMETERS MENU OPTIONS


MENU ITEM

Get List of TS Information


Parameters

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Displays information parameters of
all TS in the system. This
information includes:

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2.

Set List of TS Information


Parameters

3.

Add Single TS Information


Parameters

Customer ID
number
Estimated
Distance from BS
Current
Administrative
status (enabled /
disabled)
Current
operational status
(connected /
disconnected)

Resets all existing


parameters
Sets a new list of
TSs
Specifies the TS
Customer ID
number
Specifies the
distance from the
BS
Adds single TS to the system.

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OPTION
NUMBER
4.

MENU ITEM
Update Single TS Information
Parameters

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Updates and specifies the
following:

5.

Get TS Administrative Status

6.

Set TS Administrative Status

7.

Delete

TS Index number
Customer ID
number
Distance from BS
Displays the TS Administrative
Status (Enabled / Disabled).
Specifies the TS Administrative
Status (Enabled / Disabled)

Deletes the
selected TS and
all its parameters
from the system.

6.10.1 Getting the List of TS Information Parameters


To Access the Get List of TS Information Parameters Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option number 2
then press <Enter>.
The TS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the TS Parameters Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The list of TS Information Parameters is displayed.

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6.10.2 Setting the List of TS Information Parameters


To Set TS Information Parameters:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option number 2
then press <Enter>.
The TS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the TS Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
A confirmation message is displayed: All defined TS info will be
erased. Are you sure?
5. Type N to cancel this operation.
6. Type Y to erase all configured TSs and define new ones.

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The TS index is automatically generated by the system and


increments by 1 for each new Customer ID
7. Specify Customer ID (eight-digit decimal) then press <Enter>.
8. Enter the distance of the TS from the Base Station
0 = Auto Detect if TS is within the 10 km radius.
Above 10 km, enter the estimated distance.
9. Repeat steps 7-8 for all serviced TSs.
10. Type q to exit.
The TS Parameters menu is displayed.

6.10.3 Adding Single TS Information Parameters


To Add Single TS Information Parameters:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option number 2
then press <Enter>.
The TS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the TS Parameters Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Adding Single TS Information Parameters input parameters menu
is displayed.

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5. The TS Index is automatically generated.


The TS index is automatically generated by the system and
increments by 1 for each new Customer ID.
6. Specify Customer ID (eight-digit decimal) then press <Enter>.
7. Enter the distance of the TS from the Base Station.
0 = Auto Detect if TS is within the 10 km radius.
Above 10 km, enter the estimated distance.
8. The new TS is added to TS database.

6.10.4 Updating Single TS Information Parameters


To Update Single TS Information Parameters:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option number 2
then press <Enter>.
The TS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the TS Parameters Menu, select option number 4, then press
<Enter>.
The Update Single TS Information Parameters menu is displayed.

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5. Specify Customer ID (eight-digit decimal) then press <Enter>.


6. Enter the distance of the TS from the Base Station.
0 = Auto Detect if TS is within the 10 km radius.
Above 10 km, enter the estimated distance.
7. The requested TS is updated in the TS database.

6.10.5 Getting the TS Administrative Status


To Access the TS Administrative Status Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option number 2
then press <Enter>.
The TS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the TS Parameters Menu, select option number 5 then press
<Enter>.
5. Enter the Customer ID (eight-digit decimal), then press <Enter>.
The Administrative Status of the specific customer is displayed.

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6.10.6 Setting the Administrative Status


To Set the TS Administrative Status Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1, then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed (see Figure 4-1).
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2, then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option number 2
then press <Enter>.
The TS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the TS Parameters Menu, select option number 6, then press
<Enter>.

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5. Type the Customer ID (eight-digit decimal), then press <Enter>.


The Administrative Status Enable/Disable parameter input is
displayed.
6. Type E, then press <Enter> to Enable the TS.
7. Type D, then press <Enter> to Disable the TS.

NOTE
By default, all TSs are disabled and will not be able to communicate with
its associated BS. Only an enabled TS can communicate with its
associated BS.

6.10.7 Deleting a TS
To Delete a TS From the System:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The Administrative Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Administrative Parameters Menu, select option number 2
then press <Enter>.
The TS Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the TS Parameters Menu, select option number 7 then press
<Enter>.
The Delete TS parameters input is displayed.

5. Enter the TS Customer ID (eight-digit decimal) then press <Enter>.


6. Type Y to confirm the TS selection then press <Enter>.
The selected TS and all its parameters is removed from the system.

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REMOTE BS MANAGEMENT
WALKair provides remote management of the TS from a BS LCI. This
enables a BS operator to configure all parameters of the TS. If there is an
LCI connected to the TS while under control of the BS, the TS operator
can view the same screen as displayed on the BS LCI. When the TS
operator requires control of TS, he need only press any key on the TS
keyboard. The system automatically terminates the remote connection.
To Access the TS from the BS LCI:
1. You can toggle between any menu in the system and remote control of
the TS by the following hot key commands:
Type # LCI TS and the TS Customer ID. For example, #LCITS10.
The following screen is displayed.

2. Perform any operation required on the TS.


3. To end the session from the BS, type LCI BS then press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed and the remote connection is
disconnected.

4. To end the session from the TS, press any key on the TS keyboard.
The remote connection is disconnected.

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TELECOM INTERFACE PARAMETERS


The Telecom Interface Parameters are pre-configured and can be
activated without additional configuration. The displayed parameters for
the Telecom Interface will vary depending on the type of Telecom card
installed on each port. If the default values are not appropriate, the
Telecom Interface Parameters can be configured using the following
menus.

NOTE
Port numbers are configured with 0 being the rightmost port, 2, being the
leftmost port as illustrated in Figure 8-1.
FIGURE 8-1:

BS-BU TELECOM PORTS

Port #2

8.1

Port #1

Port #0

Telecom Interface Parameter Menus


To Access the BS Telecom Parameters Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Telecom Interface Parameters Menu is displayed.

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3. From the Telecom Interfaces Parameters Menu, select option number


1 then press <Enter>.
The BS Telecom Parameters Menu is displayed.

8.1.1

Getting the BS Telecom Configuration Parameters


To Get the BS Telecom Configuration Parameters:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Telecom Interface Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Telecom Interfaces Parameters Menu, select option number
1 then press <Enter.
The BS Telecom Parameters Menu is displayed.

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4. From the BS Telecom Parameters Menu, select option number 1 then


press <Enter>.
5. Enter the BS port number (0, 1, 2) to display the Telecom Parameters
for the specified TS port.
OR

Select option A to view the BS Telecom Parameters for all ports then
press <Enter>.
The Get Telecom Configuration Menu is displayed with the
configuration parameters for all ports.

8.1.2

Setting BS Telecom Configuration Parameters


When updating the BS Telecom Configuration Parameters, all updated
ports are automatically set to the Disable State.
To Set the Configuration Parameters:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Telecom Interface Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Telecom Interfaces Parameters Menu, select option number
1 then press <Enter>.
The BS Telecom Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Telecom Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
5. Select the specific port to be configured (0, 1, 2) then press <Enter>.
The following menu is displayed.

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NOTE
If an individual port does not contain a Telecom card, the port is
automatically configured No Card.
To Set the E1 Configuration Parameters:
1. Enter the default value for Line Coding (HDB3) then press <Enter>.
2. Frame Format should be one of the following values:
! DDF - Double Frame Format (No CRC)
! MFF - Multi Frame Format CRC4
! MFF Multi Frame Format CRC4 with extension
3. Type the appropriate Frame Format then press <Enter>.
4. Enter the default value for Alarm Mode (ETSI) then press <Enter>.
5. Enter the default value for E1 Mode then press <Enter>.
6. Enter the default value for E1 Jitter mode then press <Enter>.
7. Type Y then press <Enter> to confirm the update of all E1 interfaces.
8. The Telecom card Administrative Status must be Enabled for
operation (see para. 8.1.3).

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8.1.2.1

Pin Assignment and Adapter Cables for V.35/X.21


The interface supports V.35 or X.21 in both DCE and DTE modes.
Selection of the V.35 or X.21 is done by software means, via management
ports. Default termination is DCE. To operate the interface as DTE, an
external cable adapter should be used. The cables may also be used if
standard-compliance connectors are required for connection to the
interface.
Four optional types of cable adapters may be used:
X.21-DCE Standard D-Type 15 Pin female connector for the X.21 in
accordance with ISO 4903 on one end of the cable, and a D-Type
25 Male adapter on the other end.
X.21-DTE Standard D-Type 15 Pin male connector for the X.21 in
accordance with ISO 4903 on one end of the cable, and a D-Type
25 Male adapter on the other end.
V.35-DCE Winchester 34 Pin female connector for the V.35 in
accordance with ISO 2593 on one end of the cable, and a D-Type
25 Male adapter on the other end.
V.35-DTE Winchester 34 Pin male connector for the V.35 in
accordance with ISO - 2593 on one end of the cable, and a D-Type 25
Male adapter
on the other end.
The pin assignment of these cables are shown in the Installation Guide.
To Set the Port Parameters for V.35/X.21:

1. Select option number 3 for the V.35/X.21 Card Type then press
<Enter>.
2. Enter the Data Rate (n x 64Kbps then press<Enter>.
3. Enter the required Protocol (0 for V.35, 1 for X.21) then press <Enter>.
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4. Enter the Operating Mode (0 for DTE, 1 for DCE) then press <Enter>.
5. Enter the Timing Mode (0 for Internal, 1 for External) then press
<Enter>.
6. Enter the Clock Mode (0 for Standard, 1 for Invert) then press <Enter>.
7. Type Y then press <Enter> to confirm the update of the port
parameters.
8. The Telecom card Administrative Status must be Enabled for
operation (see para. 8.1.3).

NOTE
Ensure that the correct cable (X.21/V.35, DCE/DTE) is connected to the
port.

8.1.3

Setting the BS Telecom Administrative Status


To Set the Administrative Status:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Telecom Interface Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Telecom Interfaces Parameters Menu, select option number
1 then press <Enter>.
The BS Telecom Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the BS Telecom Parameters Menu, select option number 3 then
press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

5. Enter the required port number (0, 1, 2) then press <Enter>.


The Administrative Status for the selected port is displayed.
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6. Type E to enable the selected port then press <Enter>.


7. Type D to disable the selected port then press <Enter>.

8.2

TS Telecom Parameters Menu


WALKair enables configuration of the TS prior to installation and
connection to the BS. For proper operation of the system, ensure that the
Actual Card Type matches the configured card. This will prevent Telecom
card disparity after the TS has been installed.
To Access the TS Telecom Parameters Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Telecom Interface Parameters Menu is displayed.

3. From the Telecom Interfaces Parameters Menu, select option number


2 then press <Enter>.
The TS Telecom Parameters Menu is displayed.

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8.2.1

Getting the Telecom Configuration


To Get the Telecom Configuration:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Telecom Interface Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Telecom Interfaces Parameters Menu, select option number
2 then press <Enter>.
The TS Telecom Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the Telecom Interface Parameters Menu, select option number 1
then press <Enter>.
5. Enter the TS Customer ID then press <Enter>.
6. Enter the TS port number (0, 1, 2) to display the Telecom Parameters
for the specified TS port.
OR

Select option A to view the TS Telecom Parameters for all ports then
press <Enter>.
The Get Telecom Configuration Menu is displayed with the
configuration parameters for all ports.

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8.2.2

Setting TS Telecom Configuration Parameters


When updating the TS Telecom Configuration Parameters, all updated
ports are updated and set to the Disable State.
To Set the TS E1 Configuration Parameters:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Telecom Interface Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Telecom Interfaces Parameters Menu, select option number
2 then press <Enter>.
The TS Telecom Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the TS Telecom Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
5. Enter the TS Customer ID then press <Enter>.
6. Select the specific port to be configured (0,1,2) then press <Enter>.
The following menu is displayed.

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7. Enter the Card Type then press <Enter>.


(If an individual port does not contain a Telecom card, the port must be
configured as 0, No Card).
To Set Port Parameters for E1:
1. Enter the default value for Line Coding (HDB3) then press <Enter>.
2. Frame Format should be one of the following values:
! DDF - Double Frame Format (No CRC)
! MFF - Multi Frame Format CRC4
! MFF Multi Frame Format CRC4 with extension
3. Type the appropriate Frame Format then press <Enter>.
4. Enter the default value for Alarm Mode (ETSI) then press <Enter>.
5. Enter the default value for E1 Mode then press <Enter>.
6. Enter the default value for E1 Jitter mode then press <Enter>.
7. Type Y then press <Enter> to confirm the update of all E1 interfaces.
8. The Telecom card must be enabled for operation.

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To Set the TS Port Parameters for V.35/X.21


1. Enter the Terminal Station Customer ID then press <Enter>.
2. Enter the Port Number (0,1,2) then press <Enter>.
3. Select option number 3 for the V.35/X.21 card type then press
<Enter>.
(If an individual port does not contain a Telecom card, the port must be
configured as 0, No Card).
4. Enter the card Configuration for V.35 (default value Transparent) then
press <Enter>.
5. Enter the Data Rate (n x 64Kbps) : N (1-32) then press <Enter>.
6. Enter 0 for the V.35 Protocol then press <Enter>.
7. Enter the Operating Mode (0 for DTE, 1 for DCE) then press <Enter>.
8. Enter the Timing Mode (0 for Internal, 1 for Receive) then press
<Enter>.
9. Enter the Clock Mode (0 for Invert, 1 for Standard) then press <Enter>.
10. Type Y then press <Enter> to confirm the update of all E1 interfaces.
11. The Telecom card Administrative Status must be enabled for operation
(see para. 8.1.3).

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8.3

Setting the TS Telecom Administrative Status


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Telecom Interface Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Telecom Interfaces Parameters Menu, select option number
2 then press <Enter>.
The TS Telecom Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the TS Telecom Parameters Menu, select option number 3 then
press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

5. Enter the required port number (0, 1, 2) then press <Enter>.


The Administrative Status for the selected port is displayed.
6. Type E to enable the selected port then press <Enter>.
7. Type D to disable the selected port then press <Enter>.

8.4

Duplicate Telecom Configuration


Duplicate Telecom Configuration saves you time by enabling the copying
of TS configuration parameters from a source TS Telecom to a duplicate
TS.
To Access the Duplicate Telecom Configuration Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Telecom Interface Parameters Menu is displayed.

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3. From the Telecom Interfaces Parameters Menu, select option number


2 then press <Enter>.
The TS Telecom Parameters Menu is displayed.
4. From the TS Telecom Parameters Menu, select option number 4 then
press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Enter the Source TS Customer ID then press <Enter>.


Enter the Source port number (0, 1, 2) then press <Enter>.
Enter the Destination TS Customer ID then press <Enter>.
Enter the Destination port number (0, 1, 2,) then press <Enter>.
Type Y to confirm duplication of the source TS Telecom parameters to
the destination TS then press <Enter>.
10. Type N to abort.

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DEFINING SERVICES
After configuring the Telecom Interface Type, you will be able to configure
Services. WALKair gives you the option to configure Services for the TSs
prior to their installation and to define the types of service supported by the
system per BS/TS port including the ability to allocate V.35/X.21 and E1
channels to the TSs. The system supports two types of Leased Line
services:

Leased Line using:


! E1 transparent mode
! Fractional E1 mode
! V.35/X.21
Concentrated voice using V5 signaling protocol over E1 interfaces.

To Access the Leased Line Service Menu:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.

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3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 1 then


press <Enter>.
The Leased Line Service Menu is displayed.

9.1

Getting a List of All Leased Line Services


To Get a List of All Leased Line Services:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 1 then
press <Enter>.
The Leased Line Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the Leased Line Service Menu, select option number 1 then
press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed showing all services currently
available and their operational status.

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9.2

Adding Leased Line Service


New services, by default, are entered into the system as Disabled. Upon
completion of entering the new service you must set the Administrative
Status to Enabled.
To Add Leased Line Services:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 1 then
press <Enter>.
The Leased Line Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the Leased Line Service Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

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The service index is automatically generated by the system and


increments by 1 each time you specify a new service.
5. Enter the bandwidth in units of 64Kbps; for example, for 128Kbps
bandwidth, type 2, then press <Enter>.
6. Specify the BS port that will provide service.
Enter the BS-BUS port number (02) that is originator of the service
path then press <Enter>.
7. Enter BS port type, then press <Enter>.
8. Enter the first E1 time slot to be allocated in the specific Telecom
card.
The system will reserve n x E1 consecutive time slots starting from the
first allocated time slot.
For example: if the number of E1 time slots = 2 and first allocated time
slot is 10, the system will reserve time slots 10 and 11.
9. Specify the TS that will utilize the service.
Enter the TS Customers ID number which is the recipient of the BSBUS service you are defining then press <Enter>.
10. Enter the first TS E1 time slot to be allocated in the specific Telecom
card (0, 1, or 2). Enter the TS port number (0-2) that is the recipient of
the service you are defining then press <Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed and
The TS port type is automatically discovered.
11. Repeat for all services.
12. From the Leased Line Services Menu, select option number 5 then
press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

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13. Type e to enable the new service then press <Enter>.


The Leased Line Service Administrative Status is enabled.
14. Type q to exit.

NOTE
By default, all services are disabled.

9.3

Getting Leased Line Service Parameters


To Get Leased Line Service Parameters:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 1 then
press <Enter>.
The Leased Line Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the Leased Line Service Menu, select option number 3 then
press <Enter>.
5. Enter the Service Index then press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

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9.4

Getting Leased Line Service Administrative


Status
To Get the Leased Line Service Administrative Status:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 1 then
press <Enter>.
The Leased Line Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the Leased Line Service Menu, select option number 4 then
press <Enter>.
5. Enter the Service Index then press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

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9.5

Deleting Leased Line Services


To Delete Leased Line Services:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 1 then
press <Enter>.
The Leased Line Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the Leased Line Service Menu, select option number 6 then
press <Enter>.
5. Enter the required Service Index or A for all services then press
<Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

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6. Type Y to delete the selected Service(s) then press <Enter>.


The selected Service(s) is deleted.
7. Type N to cancel.

9.6

V5 Service
Configuration and maintenance of the WALKair V5 application involves the
management of the following items:

V5 Interfaces

V5 Subscribers

V5 Quality of Service (QOS)

The V5 Interface can take two forms: V5.1 and V5.2. The BS-BU is
connected to the Public Switch and implements the V5.2 Interface. The
TS-Bu is connected to the Access Network and supports the V5.1
Interface.
V5 Subscribers are associated with the pair of V5 Interfaces and the V5
Layer 3 Addresses on the BS-BU and TS-BU.
V5 QOS control restrains the minimum guaranteed and maximum
available number of air Time Slots (ATS) allocated for customer calls.
These two parameters can be defined per TS or per specified V5
Interface.
You can define V5 configurations for the BS and registered TSs. When
connection is established between the BS and TS, the TS receives the
defined configuration.

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The V5 menus can be accessed from Configuration Menu | Service


Parameters Menu. Table 9-1 describes the V5 Service Menu options.
TABLE 9-1:
OPTION
NUMBER

V5 SERVICE MENU OPTION DEFINITIONS


MENU ITEM

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

1.

V5 Interface Management

Enables the following:


Add / Display / Update / Delete
V5 Interfaces defined on the BS-BU
and TSs

2.

V5 Subscriber Management

Add/Display/Delete V5 Subscribers.

3.

V5 Quality of Service

(Not available in current release)

To Access the V5 Service Menu:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.

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9.7

V5 Interface Management
Accessing the V5 Interface configuration from the BS-BU View displays all
Interfaces defined on the BS-BU and TSs. You can then define the V5
Interface via the Add, Update, and Delete Interface dialogs. Table 9-2
describes the V5 Interface Management Menu options.
TABLE 9-2:
OPTION
NUMBER

V5 INTERFACE MANAGEMENT MENU OPTIONS DEFINITIONS


MENU ITEM

DESCRIPTION

1.

Get Interface Table

Displays a list of V5 Interfaces and


their defined parameters.

2.

Set Interface Table

Erases current V5 interface and sets


new Table of interfaces.

Add Interface

Adds new V5 Interfaces.

4.

Get Interface

Displays parameters for a specified V5


Interface.

5.

Update Interface

Modifies the specified V5 Interface.

6.

Get Interface Status

Displays the V5 Interface


Administrative Status for the specified
Interface.

7.

Set Interface Status

Modifies the V5 Interface


Administrative Status for the specified
Interface. There are two options:

Enabled

Disabled

8.

Delete Interface

Deletes the selected V5 Interface/

9.

Delete TS Configuration

Deletes the defined V5 Interfaces and


Subscribers for the specified TS.

To Access the V5 Interface Management Menu:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Interface Management Menu is displayed.

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9.7.1

Getting the V5 Interface Table


To Display the V5 Interface Table:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Interface Management Menu is displayed.
5. From the V5 Interface Management Menu, select option number 1
then press <Enter>.
The V5 Interface Table is displayed.

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9.7.2

Setting the V5 Interface Table


NOTE
In order to Set the Interface Table, the Administrative Status for all defined
TS Interfaces must be in the Disabled State. If the Interface is Enabled,
select option number 7 and change the Administrative Status to Disabled
then return to this option.
To Set the V5 interface Table:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Interface Management Menu is displayed.

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5. From the V5 Interface Management Menu, select option number 2


then press <Enter>.
The Set Interface Table is displayed.

NOTE
This option resets the V5 Interface Table by erasing all existing interfaces.
6. Select Y to change the Interface Table.
All defined Interfaces will be erased.
7. Enter the required parameters followed by <Enter>.

9.7.3

Adding New V5 Interfaces


On the BS-BU, the V5.2 Interface can be defined over up to 3 E1 links.
To Add V5 Interfaces:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.

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4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 1 then press


<Enter>.
The V5 Interface Management Menu is displayed.
5. From the V5 Interface Management Menu, select option number 3
then press <Enter>.
The Add Interface menu is displayed.

6. Enter the Interface ID number then press <Enter>.


7. Enter the Variant ID number then press <Enter>.
(The Variant ID is a set of parameters that define the V5 Interface).
8. Enter the Interface Type (1 for V5.1 or 2 for V5.2) then press <Enter>.
9. If you Enter 1 for V5.1 in step 8 then:
1. Enter the TS Customer ID number then press <Enter>.
2. Enter the Port number that will participate in the V5 Service then
press <Enter>.
By default the new Interface status is Disabled.

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10. If you enter 2 for V5.2 in step 8 then:


1. Enter number of Links (1 3) then press <Enter>.
2. For each Link Enter the following parameters:
PN (Physical Port no.)
LN (Logical Link no.)
LCchN (Logical channel no.)

9.7.4

Getting Interface Parameters


To Get the Interface Parameters:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Interface Management Menu is displayed.
5. From the V5 Interface Management Menu, select option number 4
then press <Enter>.
The Get Interface menu is displayed.

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9.7.5

Updating the Interface


Updating the Interface enables you to configure defined Interfaces and
their associated variables. Table 9-3 describes the Interface Update
options and their whether or not they can be changed.
TABLE 9-3:

INTERFACE UPDATE OPTIONS

INTERFACE OPTION

UPDATE

Interface ID

No

Variant ID

Yes

Interface Type

No

TS Customer ID

No

Link Info (physical port)

Yes

NOTE
In order to Update the Interface Table, the Administrative Status for all
defined Interfaces must be in the Disabled State. If the Interface is
Enabled, select option number 7 and change the Administrative Status to
Disabled then return to this option.
To Update the Interface:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Interface Management Menu is displayed.
5. From the V5 Interface Management Menu, select option number 5
then press <Enter>.
The Update Interface menu is displayed.

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6. Enter the required Interface changes followed by <Enter>.

9.7.6

Getting the Interface Status


To Get the Interface Status:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Interface Management Menu is displayed.
5. From the V5 Interface Management Menu, select option number 6
then press <Enter>.
The Get Interface Status menu is displayed.

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9.7.7

Setting the Interface Status


To Set the Interface Status:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Interface Management Menu is displayed.
5. From the V5 Interface Management Menu, select option number 7
then press <Enter>.
The Set Interface Status menu is displayed.

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6. Enter the Interface Index number then press <Enter>.


The Administrative Status of the selected Interface is displayed.
7. Type E then press <Enter> to Enable the Interface.
8. Type D then press <Enter> to Disable the Interface.

9.7.8

Deleting an Interface
NOTE

In order to Delete an Interface, BS-BU V5 Interface must be in the


Disabled State. If the Interface is Enabled, select option number 7 and
change the Administrative Status to Disabled then return to this option.
It the Interface contains Subscribers then the Interface cannot be
Deleted.

To Delete an Interface:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
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4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 1 then press


<Enter>.
The V5 Interface Management Menu is displayed.
5. From the V5 Interface Management Menu, select option number 8
then press <Enter>.
The Delete Interface menu is displayed.

6. Enter the Interface Index number then press <Enter>.


The Interface is Deleted.

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9.7.9

Deleting TS Configuration Parameters


NOTE

In order to Delete an Interface, TS-BU V5 Interface must be in the


Disabled State. If the Interface and TS are Enabled, select option
number 7 and change the Administrative Status to Disabled then return
to this option.
All V5 Interfaces must be deleted before deleting the TS.

To Delete TS Configuration Parameters:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Interface Management Menu is displayed.
5. From the V5 Interface Management Menu, select option number 9
then press <Enter>.
The Delete TS Configuration menu is displayed.

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6. Ensure that the Subscriber(s) participating in the V5 Service for the


specified TS Interface have first been Deleted.
7. Type Y to proceed then press <Enter>.
8. Enter the TS Customer ID then press <Enter>.
All defined configurations for the specified TS and Subscriber are
Deleted.

9.8

V5 Subscriber Management
Once the V5 interface has been defined, you can define Subscribers over
these Interfaces. WALKair enables the definition of up to 600 Subscribers.

NOTE
Ensure that you have first defined the V5 Interface on the Base Station
and the Terminal (see para.9.7.3).

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Entering the Subscriber dialog from the BS-BU View, provides you with a
list of all Subscribers defined on the BS-BU and on all TS-BUs. You can
then define subscribers via the Add, Edit, and Delete Subscribers dialogs.
Table 9-4 describes the menu option definitions.
FIGURE 9-1:

V5 SUBSCRIBER MANAGEMENT MENU

TABLE 9-4:

V5 SUBSCRIBER MANAGEMENT MENU OPTION DEFINITIONS

OPTION
NUMBER

MENU ITEM

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

1.

Get Subscriber Table

Displays a list of Subscribers


defined for Service in the system.

2.

Set Subscriber Table

Erases the current Subscriber


table and allows you to Enter a
new one.

3.

Add Subscriber

Defines new Subscriber.

4.

Get Subscriber

Displays parameters for the


specified Subscriber.

5.

Delete Subscriber

Deletes the Subscriber from


service.

To Access the V5 Subscriber Management Menu:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.

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3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then


press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Subscriber Management Menu is displayed.

9.8.1

Getting the Subscriber Table


Table 9-5 describes the Subscriber Table parameters.
TABLE 9-5:

SUBSCRIBER TABLE DEFINITIONS


MENU ITEM

DESCRIPTION

Ind

Index

Sbsc Id

Unique Subscriber ID number.

BSIfc Ind

BS Interface Index over which the


Subscriber is defined.

BSL3addr

Layer 3 address identifies the Subscriber


on the BS V5 interface.

TSCust Id

Customer ID of TS over which V5.1


interface is defined.

TSIfc Ind

TS Interface over which the subscriber is


defined.

TSL3addr

Layer 3 address identifies the Subscriber


on the TS V5 Interface.

Chn1

Allocated E1 channel defined for the


Subscriber on the V5.1 interface.

OperStat

Operational Status of defined Subscribers


in the system. There are two states:

Blocked out of service


(Blocking was indicated by LE side.)

Unblocked In Use

Removed Blocked by V5 WALKair


application.

To Access the Subscriber Table:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.

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3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then


press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Subscriber Management Menu is displayed.
5. From the V5 Subscriber Management Menu, select option number 1
then press <Enter>.
The Get Subscriber Table dialog is displayed.

9.8.2

Setting the Subscriber Table


NOTE
You cannot Set the Subscriber Table if one of the interfaces associated
with the specific subscriber is Enabled.
To Set the Subscriber Table:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.

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3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then


press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Subscriber Management Menu is displayed.
5. From the V5 Subscriber Management Menu, select option number 2
then press <Enter>.
The Get Subscriber Table dialog is displayed and a warning that
proceeding will delete all subscribers is displayed.

6. Type Y then press <Enter> to continue.


7. Enter the required parameters in the menu list followed by <Enter>.
8. Press Q to quit.

NOTE
Channel number allocation must not include channel 0 or channel 16.

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9.8.3

Adding Subscribers
To Add Subscribers:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Subscriber Management Menu is displayed.
5. From the V5 Subscriber Management Menu, select option number 3
then press <Enter>.
The Add Subscriber dialog is displayed.

6. Enter the required parameters in the menu list followed by <Enter>.


7. Press Q to quit.

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9.8.4

Displaying Subscriber Data


To Get Subscriber Data:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Subscriber Management Menu is displayed.
5. From the V5 Subscriber Management Menu, select option number 4
then press <Enter>.
The Get Subscriber dialog is displayed.

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9.8.5

Deleting Subscribers
To Delete Subscribers:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The Configuration Menu is displayed.
2. From the Configuration Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Service Parameters Menu is displayed.
3. From the Service Parameters Menu, select option number 2 then
press <Enter>.
The V5 Service Menu is displayed.
4. From the V5 Service Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The V5 Subscriber Management Menu is displayed.
5. From the V5 Subscriber Management Menu, select option number 4
then press <Enter>.
The Get Subscriber dialog is displayed.

6. Enter the Subscriber Index then press<Enter>.


The selected Subscriber is Deleted.

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10

MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT MENU


The Maintenance Menu provides the following functions:
Alarm indications from the network elements
System Testing
The operator can perform loopback testing on each of the Telecom and
air interfaces.
Equipment version control
Air Performance Monitoring for reports upon request
Modem Menu for setting the modem to manual mode to test the
IF cable attenuation

TABLE 10-1:
OPTION
NUMBER
1.

MAINTENANCE MENU OPTION DEFINITIONS


MENU ITEM

System Tests Menu

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Defines loop back testing and displays the
results for the following:

Local TS module

Remote Station

Payload

2.

System Alarm and


Error Menu

Displays the current active alarms of the


system and provides an historical record of all
system errors.

3.

Version Control Menu Displays current active software information


and enables loading of the new versions of the
software.

4.

Air Performance
Monitoring Menu

Provides real time Performance Monitoring of


the system for reports upon request. The
information is obtained from the internal
storage parameters and is updated in I sec. or
15 min intervals.

5.

Modem Menu

Enables setting the modem to test mode in


order to compute the IF cable attenuation.

To Access the Maintenance Menu:


From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
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10.1

System Tests Menu


The System Tests Menu provides a display of all cases in which the system
was reset. Included in the display is the cause, date and time of the
occurrence. In addition, the System Tests Menu also enables resetting of
the system when required. Finally, 3 loop back testing options are
supported via the System Test Menu.

FIGURE 10-1:

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10.1.1 Displaying the Last Reset Cause and Date


To Display the Last Reset Cause and Date:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The System Test Menu is displayed.
3. From the System Tests Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

The system records the causes for each reset as one of the following:
First Reset - the first reset is done after the commissioning process.
Unknown - the cause for reset is unknown
CPU Overload - internal timing problem
Task Request - the LCI software initiated the reset for internal reasons
User Request - the operator initiated reset command.
After reset the system initializes the boot up sequence.

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10.1.2 Resetting the System


To Reset the System:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The System Test Menu is displayed.
3. From the System Tests Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

4. Type Y to reset the system then press <Enter>.


The BS system is reset.

10.2

Loop Back Testing


The operator, via the management tools can operate the following
loopbacks, as illustrated in Figure 10-2: The following are descriptions of
the types of loop back testing supported by WALKair. Table 10-2
describes the System Test menu options.
Local (L) loop back
Local loop back disconnects the Rx lines from the receiver. The data
provided by the system interface is routed through the analog receiver
back to the system interface. This test is used to check the FALC.

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Remote (R) loop back


In remote loop back testing, the clock and data recovered from the line
inputs are routed back to the line outputs via the analog or digital
transmitter. This loop back is used for remote self-testing.
Payload (P) loop back
Payload loop back loops the data stream from the receiver path back to
the transmitter section. The looped data passes the complete Telecom
port receiver including the wander and jitter compensation in the
receive elastic store.

FIGURE 10-2:

LOOPBACK TESTING

BU (BS or TS)
Port
Remote loop

FIFO
LSDI

Netw ork

Port
local loop
FIFO
LSDI

TAF

Port
Payload loop

FIFO
LSDI

Netw ork

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TABLE 10-2:
OPTION
NUMBER

SYSTEM TESTS MENU OPTION DEFINITIONS


MENU ITEM

1.

Get BS Loop Back

2.

Set BS Loop Back

3.

Get TS Loop Back

4.

Set TS Loop Back

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Displays the type of loop back testing
currently entered into the system for the
specified BS port.
Specifies BS Testing for one of the
following:
Local
Remote
Payload
Displays the type of loop back testing
currently entered into the system for the
specified TS port.
Specifies BS Testing for one of the
following:

Local TS module
Remote station

Payload

10.2.1 BS Loop Backs


To Get BS Loop Backs:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The System Test Menu is displayed.
3. From the System Tests Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The LoopBack Menu displayed.

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4. From the LoopBack Menu, select option number 1 then press <Enter>.
The following menu is displayed.

5. Enter the BS port or A for all BS ports, to view the type of loop back
testing currently performed in the system per the specified port.
To Set BS Loop Back Testing:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The System Test Menu is displayed.
3. From the System Tests Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The LoopBack Menu displayed.
4. From the LoopBack Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

5. Enter the BS port number to set the loop back

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6. Enter the type of loop back to set for the specified port (s) then press
<Enter>. For example, type option R <Enter> to set a Remote loop
back test.
7. Use the None option to cancel loop back testing.

10.2.2 TS Loop Backs


To Get TS Loop Backs:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The System Test Menu is displayed.
3. From the System Tests Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The LoopBack Menu displayed.

4. From the LoopBack Menu, select option number 3 then press <Enter>.
The following menu is displayed.

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5. Enter the TS Customer ID.


6. Enter the TS port or A for all ports, to view the type of loop back test
currently performed in the system per the specified port.
To Set TS Loop Back Testing:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The System Test Menu is displayed.
3. From the System Tests Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The LoopBack Menu displayed.
4. From the LoopBack Menu, select option number 4 then press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

5. Enter the TS Customer ID then press <Enter>.


6. Enter the TS port number for the required loop back test.
7. Enter the Type of loop back for the specified port (s) then press
<Enter>. For example, type option R <Enter> to set a Remote loop
back test.
8. Use the None option to cancel loop back testing.

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10.3

System Alarms And Error Menu


System alarms and error messages can be displayed via the BS LCI.
The alarm status of any number of enabled BS/TSs can be verified using
the following menu options.
TABLE 10-3:
OPTION
NUMBER

SYSTEM ALARM AND ERROR MENU OPTION DEFINITIONS


MENU ITEM

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

1.

Display Error Log

Provides an historical record of errors.

2.

Toggle Error Messages


Display

Enables / Disables error message data


display.

3.

Display Current Active


Alarms

Displays the current active alarms.

4.

Get Alarms Display State Displays the alarm status, (Enabled /


Disabled) of the specified BS/TS.

5.

Set Alarms Display State Enables / Disables BS/TS alarm display.

NOTE
Option 1 (Display Error Log) is intended for use by service personnel. It
displays event logs of the last 100 software messages.
To Display the System Alarms and Errors Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The System Alarms and Errors Menu is displayed.

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To Display Current Error Log:


From the System Alarms and Errors Menu select option number 1 the
press <Enter>
A record of errors is displayed.
To Change the Error Messages Display State:
From the System Alarms and Errors Menu, select option number 2
then press <Enter> to change the display state of error messages.

To Display the Active Alarms Display State:


From the System Alarms and Errors Menu, select option number 3
then press <Enter>.
The Alarm Display State Menu is displayed.

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To Enable or Disable the Alarm State:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The System Alarms and Errors Menu is displayed.
3. From the Alarms and Errors Menu, select option number 5 then
press<Enter>.
The Alarm Display State Menu is displayed.

4. Type E then press <Enter>.


The alarm display is enabled.
5. Type D then press <Enter>.
The alarm display is disabled.

NOTE
Option 1 (Display Error Log) is intended for use by service personnel. It
displays event logs of the last 100 software messages.

10.4

Software Download
New software versions can be downloaded to a BS-BUS through a locally
connected LCI or network TFTP Server. When software download is
complete, the operator can switch between the current version and the
new version (backup). Downloading does not interrupt service. Figure 10-3
displays the Software Download Menu. Table 10-4 describes the Software
Download menu options.

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FIGURE 10-3:

SOFTWARE DOWNLOAD MENU

TABLE 10-4:

SOFTWARE DOWNLOAD MENU OPTION DEFINITIONS

OPTION
NUMBER

MENU ITEM

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

1.

TFTP Download
Session

Defines parameters for software download via


a network TFTP Server.

2.

RS232 Download
Session

Defines parameters for software download via


a local RS232 terminal.

3.

Get Download
Status

Displays the current status during the software


download session.

4.

Get Software
Version

Details the current selected software


specifications for all TS-BU components
including:

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Source path and date
Version number
CRC number
Program size
Date of installation

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OPTION
NUMBER

MENU ITEM

FUNCTION DESCRIPTION

5.

Switch Version

Enables switching between the current and


backup versions of the software.

6.

Reset Destination

Enables downloading files to a BS, TS or


multiple TSs

To Access the Software Download Menu:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Software Download Menu is displayed.

10.4.1 TFTP Download Session


WALKair enables remote software download directly from files located on
a TFTP Server. Downloaded files may be received on a BS, TS or multiple
TSs. TFTP download requires the following:
Viable connection between the BS and the TFTP Server
The IP address of the TFTP Server
Name of the file located on the TFTP Server
TFTP file destination
To Access the TFTP Download Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Software Download Menu is displayed.
3. From the Software Download Menu, select option number 1 then
press<Enter>.
The TFTP Download Menu is displayed.

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10.4.2 TFTP Software Download


To Access the TFTP Address Parameters:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Software Download Menu is displayed.
3. From the Software Download Menu, select option number 1 then
press<Enter>.
The TFTP Download Menu is displayed.
4. From the TFTP Download Menu, select option number 1 then press
<Enter>.
The TFTP Summary Setting menu is displayed.

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10.4.3 Beginning a TFTP Software Download Session


To Begin a TFTP Download Session:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Software Download Menu is displayed.
3. From the Software Download Menu, select option number 1 then
press<Enter>.
The TFTP Download Menu is displayed.
4. From the TFTP Download Menu, select option number 2 then press
<Enter>.
The TFTP Server IP Address input parameter is displayed.

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5. Enter the TFTP server IP Address then press <Enter>.


6. Select option number 3 then press <Enter>.
The Set TFTP File name input parameter is displayed.
7. Enter the TFTP File name.

8. Select option number 4 then press <Enter>.


The Set Destination input parameter is displayed.

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9. Select BS or TS to set the destination of the download file then press


<Enter>.
10. Type Y to confirm then press <Enter>.
11. Select option number 5 then press <Enter>.
The Base Station SW Download is initiated.

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To Switch Software Versions:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 3then press
<Enter>.
The Software Download Menu is displayed.
3. Select option number 5 then press <Enter>.
The Switch Version input parameter is displayed.

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Select BS or TS then press <Enter>.


Type Y to approve destination selection then press <Enter>.
Type Y to Switch versions then press <Enter>.
Repeat steps 1 6 at any time to reverse the software version.
Enter option Y to Reset destination if required.

NOTE
Switching versions is activated only after reset is performed.
Reset can be performed immediately after switching or at any convenient
time.

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9. Select option number 6 then press <Enter>.


The Reset Destination input parameter is displayed.

10. Enter the required parameters followed by <Enter>.


The new software version is enabled.

10.4.4 RS232 Software Download


The WALKair Software is stored in the BS/TS flash memory and can be
downloaded to a Base Station, Terminal Station or multiple Terminal
Stations via the air link. Two software versions reside in the flash memory,
the current (active) version and backup version.
The RS232 Software download requires the setting of two parameters:
Baud rate (default 9600 bps)
Software destination (BS, TS or multiple TS)
To Access the RS232 Software Download Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Software Download Menu is displayed.
3. From the Software Download Menu, select option number 2 then
press<Enter>.
The RS232 Download Menu is displayed.

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10.4.5 RS232 Download Session


Setting the baud rate is the first step in the RS232 Download session.
Select option number 1 to view the Summary Settings parameters for the
RS232 Download.
To Set the RS232 Download Parameters:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 3 then press
<Enter>.
The Software Download Menu is displayed.
3. From the Software Download Menu, select option number 2 then
press<Enter>.
The RS232 Download Menu is displayed.
4. From the RS232 Download Menu, select option number 2 the press
<Enter>.
The Baud Rate parameter input is displayed.

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5. Enter the default baud rate (9600 bps recommended), or select a baud
rate from the list then press <Enter>.
The following message is displayed:
New baud-rate (xxx) will be set within 10 seconds.
6. Select option number 3 then press <Enter>
The Set Destination input parameter is displayed.

7. Enter the download destination (BS or TS) then press <Enter>.


8. Type Y for approval then press <Enter>.
9. Select option number 4 then press <Enter>.
The software session is initialized and the following screen is
displayed.

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10.5

Air Performance Monitoring


The Air Performance Monitoring Menu enables you to display and monitor
the performance of all connected TSs and their modems. In addition,
WALKair gives you the option of formatting a report on all Performance
Monitoring. Table 10-5 describes the Air Link definitions.
TABLE 10-5:

GENERAL DEFINITION

TERMS

DEFINITION

Air Link Path

The bi-directional air link path is defined by the


connection between the two Path End Points
(PEP), BS and TS in accordance with
Recommendation G.703 [1].

Definition and Measurement of


Air Frame

Performance measurements based on the


error performance measurement of 5 msec
fixed size Air Frames. Consistent with the
generic definition of the term block as
requested in the ITU-T Recommendation
G.826, sec 4.1:
A block is a set of consecutive bits associated
with the path; each bit belongs to one and only
one block. Consecutive bits may not be
contiguous in time.

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TERMS
In-Service Monitoring of Air
Frames

DEFINITION
Each Air Frame is monitored by means of
Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC). It is not
normally possible to determine whether an Air
Frame or its controlling EDC bits are in error. If
there is a discrepancy between the EDC and
its Air Frame, it is always assumed that the Air
Frame is in error as requested in the ITU-T
Recommendation G.826, sec 4.4

10.5.1 Performance Measurements


WALKair provides both performance measurements for upstream and
downstream directions. Simultaneously these measurements are
synchronized by the mutual Multi Frame Count. By monitoring error events
for both directions of the PEPs, a network provider is able to determine the
unavailable state of the path.
It is also possible to monitor the full set of error performance parameters in
both directions from one end of the path, via remote monitoring control at
the Base Station.
Remote monitoring control is enabled simultaneously from the BS PEP for
all of its TSs PEP, allowing for n measurements upstream and n
measurements downstream. The report interval is either 1 second or 15
minutes. Table 10-6 defines the Performance Parameters.
TABLE 10-6:

PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS DEFINITIONS

PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS

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DESCRIPTION

Frame Error Rate (FER)

The ratio of errored Air Frames referred


to the total number of Air Frames
transmitted in a given time interval of 15
minutes.

Errored Seconds (ES)

A one-second time period with one or


more CRC errors over the Air Link Path.
This parameter is not incremented during
an Unavailable Second.

Severely Errored Seconds (SES)

A one-second time period containing


above 30% errored Air Frames or at
least one defect (a second with 60 or
more errored Air Frames). SES is a
subset of ES.

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PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS

DESCRIPTION

Unavailable Seconds (UAS)

Unavailable Seconds are calculated by


counting the number of seconds that the
Air Link Path is unavailable. The Air Link
Path is considered unavailable from the
onset of 10 contiguous SESs or the
onset of the condition leading to a failure.

Available Seconds (AS)

Error free seconds are those seconds


that are not Unavailable as described
above.

Modem Parameters

Modem performance parameters Are


accumulated regardless of CRC Errors
provided that the Air Link is available and
no Failure States are detected. Different
sets of Modem Performance Parameters
are recorded and calculated for each
upstream and downstream directions or
the Air Link Path.
Base Station Up Stream
Recorded every 1 sec.:
Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR)
Receive Power (Rx Pwr)
Calculated every 15 min. minimum,
maximum and average values
Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR)
Receive Power (Rx Pwr)
Terminal Station
Recorded every 1 sec.:
Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR)
Receive Power (Rx Pwr)
Transmit Power (Tx PWR)
Gross AFC the sum of the frequency
deviation per link
(BS TS, up + down).
Calculated every 15 min: minimum,
maximum and average values
Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR)
Receive Power (Rx Pwr)
Transmit Power (Tx PWR)
Gross AFC

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To Access the Air Performance Monitoring Menu:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Air Performance Monitoring Menu is displayed.

10.5.2 Setting the Display Format


The Display Format enables control of the data format for viewing of the
record accumulated in the internal storage of the BS and TS. You can
choose to display Air Performance Monitoring in three ways:
Regular
Displays the actual name of the accumulator, Performance Monitoring
Parameters and value in number format. Used to monitor TS power
performance.
Excell
Displays the same data as Regular format but separated by comas for
use with a separate application dedicated for viewing the Performance
Monitoring Parameters. Suitable for display of the data in graph format.
Hex
The Hex option is connected to a separate utility for use by service
personnel.

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To Set the Display Format:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Air Performance Monitoring Menu is displayed.
3. From the Air Performance Monitoring Menu, select option number 1
then press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

4. Type in the first letter of the required display option then press
<Enter>.
The selected display option is enabled.

10.5.3 Getting the Current Performance Parameters


The tables displayed in the Get Current PM Status menu show the type of
reports currently available. The system automatically generates the report
for 1 sec and for 15 min. of the actual number of TSs. If active, the report
lists the TS index, Customer ID, and whether the TS is operating in the
following modes:
Local
Remote / Local
Remote
Not Active

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To Get the Current PM Status:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Air Performance Monitoring Menu is displayed.
3. From the Air Performance Monitoring Menu, select option number 2
then press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

10.5.4 Local Measurements


Local Measurements provide display reporting in intervals of 1 sec. or
15 min. Choosing 1 sec. intervals actually describes the current status of
the measured parameters.
To Access the Local Measurements Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Air Performance Monitoring Menu is displayed.
3. From the Air Performance Monitoring Menu, select option number 3
then press <Enter>.
4. Enter the TS Customer ID then press <Enter>.
The Report Frequency and Report State for the selected TS are
displayed.

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5. Enter the Report Frequency then press <Enter>.


The following screen is displayed for 1 sec. reporting.
(See Table 10-7 for 1 sec. interval Local Report parameters).

TABLE 10-7:

LOCAL REPORT PARAMETERS FOR 1 SEC.

APM REPORT PARAMETER

DESCRIPTION

PM

Performance Monitoring

BS

Source Base Station

1s

Monitoring Interval

TS0

Destination Link

GF

Global Frame No.

CRC

Cyclic Redundancy Check

FER

Frame Error Rate

SNR

Signal to Noise Rate (in dB)

Rx

Received Signal Strength (in dB)

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NOTE
In order to stop the 1 sec. interval local measurement report, type the
following:
3 (local measurement)<Enter>
TS Customer ID <Enter>
1 (frequency report) <Enter>
D (Disable) <Enter>

6. The following screen is displayed for 15 min. reporting.

7. Type E to Enable the Report State


8. Type D to Disable the Report State.

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TABLE 10-8:

LOCAL REPORT PARAMETERS FOR 15 MIN.

APM REPORT PARAMETER

DESCRIPTION

# Of Frames

# of air frames (200 air frames/second)

Erred Frames

# of errored frames

FER

Frame error rate

ES

Errored seconds

SGS

Severely errored seconds

US

Unavailable seconds

SNR

Signal to noise ratio

Rx

NOTE:
Press the + key at any time to suppress the 1 sec display.

10.5.5 Remote Measurements


Remote Measurements are activated in the BS and operates the same as
in the Local Measurements (see para. 10.5.4).
To Display Remote Measurements:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Air Performance Monitoring Menu is displayed.
3. From the Air Performance Monitoring Menu, select option number 4
then press <Enter>.
4. Enter the TS Customer ID then press <Enter>.
The Report Frequency and Report State for the selected TS are
displayed.

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5. Enter the Report Frequency then press <Enter>.


6. Type E to Enable the Report State
7. Type D to Disable the Report State.

10.5.6 Setting the Modem Report


The Modem Report provides modem performance information on TSs via
the BS. Reports can be generated automatically for all TSs or for individual
TS modems (default action). Individual TS modem reports are obtained on
a one by one request. Other TS modems in the system are not measured
during the time an individual modem is measured.
To Set the Modem Report:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Air Performance Monitoring Menu is displayed.
3. From the Air Performance Monitoring Menu, select option number 5
then press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.
4. Select the Modem Report option required for Single or All TS modems
then press <Enter>.
5. If a Single Modem report is required, enter the TS Customer ID then
press <Enter>.
A report for the selected TS Modem is generated by the system.
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6. If a Modem Report for All TSs is selected, the system automatically


generates the report for all connected TS modems.

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10.5.7 Resetting the FER Counters


The FER Counter is calculated by dividing the Error Frame by the Actual
Air Frame and is used by Service Personnel to determine any error
correction on a TS. Resetting the FER Counter to zero helps the Service
Personnel better determine if an error effecting the operation of the TS or
BS was corrected.
To Reset the FER Counters:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 4 then press
<Enter>.
The Air Performance Monitoring Menu is displayed.
3. From the Air Performance Monitoring Menu, Select option number 6
then press <Enter>.
The following screen is displayed.

4. Type Y to reset the FER Counter then press <Enter>.


5. Enter the TS Customer ID for the TS FER Counter being reset.

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10.6

The Modem Maintenance Menu


The Modem Menu enables the BU to be used as a signal generator for
measuring attenuation of the IF cable, using the IF port. (Tx port at the BSBU, or NType at the TS).
To Access the Modem Maintenance Menu:
1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 5 then press
<Enter>.
The Modem Maintenance Menu is displayed.

To Set the Modem State to Tx Test Mode:


1. From the Main Menu, select option number 2 then press <Enter>.
The Maintenance Menu is displayed.
2. From the Maintenance Menu, select option number 5 then press
<Enter>.
The Modem Maintenance Menu is displayed.
3. From the Modem Maintenance Menu, select option number 1 then
press <Enter>.
The Tx Test State is ON

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To Set the Modem State to Regular Mode:


From the Modem Maintenance Menu, select option number 1 then
press <Enter> a second time to end testing.
The following screen is displayed.

NOTE:
In order to perform Modem Tx testing, the BU must be disabled.

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Appendix A
IF INDEX TABLES
TABLE A-1:

IF INDEX FOR BS 3.5 GHZ BAND A, B, AND C


BS IF 3.5 GHZ BAND A

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IF INDEX

TX IF (Intermediate Frequency) MHZ

F8

1013.25

F9

1015.00

F10

1016.75

F11

1018.50

F12

1020.25

F13

1022.00

F14

1023.75

F15

1025.50

F16

1027.25

F17

1029.00

F18

1030.75

F19

1032.50

F20

1034.25

F21

1036.00

F22

1037.75

F23

1039.50

F24

1041.25

F25

1043.00

F26

1044.75

F27

1046.50

F28

1048.25

F29

1050.00

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IF INDEX

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Tx IF (Intermediate Frequency) MHz

F25

1043.00

F26

1044.75

F27

1046.50

F28

1048.25

F29

1050.00

F30

1051.75

F31

1053.50

F32

1055.25

F33

1057.00

F34

1058.75

F35

1060.50

F36

1062.25

F37

1064.00

F38

1065.75

F39

1067.50

F40

1069.25

F41

1071.00

F42

1072.75

F43

1074.50

F44

1076.25

F45

1078.00

F46

1079.75

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BS IF 3.5 GHz Band C
IF INDEX

Tx IF (Intermediate Frequency) MHz

F26

1044.75

F27

1046.50

F28

1048.25

F29

1050.00

F30

1051.75

F31

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1053.50

F32

1055.25

F33

1057.00

F34

1058.75

F35

1060.50

F36

1062.25

F37

1064.00

F38

1065.75

F39

1067.50

F40

1069.25

F41

1071.00

F42

1072.75

F43

1074.50

F44

1076.25

F45

1078.00

F46

1079.75

F47

1081.50

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TABLE A-2:

IF INDEX FOR BS 10.5 GHZ BAND


BS IF 10.5 GHZ Band

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IF INDEX

TX IF (Intermediate Frequency) MHz

F0

1148.00

F1

1146.25

F2

1144.50

F3

1142.75

F4

1141.00

F5

1139.25

F6

1137.50

F7

1135.75

F8

1134.00

F9

1132.25

F10

1130.50

F11

1128.75

F12

1127.00

F13

1125.25

F14

1123.50

F15

1121.75

F16

1120.00

F17

1118.25

F18

1116.50

F19

1114.75

F20

1113.00

F21

1111.25

F22

1109.50

F23

1107.75

F24

1106.00

F25

1104.25

F26

1102.50

F27

1100.75

F28

1099.00

F29

1097.25

F30

1095.50

F31

1093.75

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BS IF 10.5 GHZ Band

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IF INDEX

TX IF (Intermediate Frequency) MHz

F32

1092.00

F33

1090.25

F34

1088.50

F35

1086.75

F36

1085.00

F37

1083.25

F38

1081.50

F39

1079.75

F40

1078.00

F41

1076.25

F42

1074.50

F43

1072.75

F44

1071.00

F45

1069.25

F46

1067.50

F47

1065.75

F48

1064.00

F49

1062.25

F50

1060.50

F51

1058.75

F52

1057.00

F53

1055.25

F54

1053.50

F55

1051.75

F56

1050.00

F57

1048.25

F58

1046.50

F59

1044.75

F60

1043.00

F61

1041.25

F62

1039.50

F63

1037.75

F64

1036.00

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IF INDEX

TX IF (Intermediate Frequency) MHz

F65

1034.25

F66

1032.50

F67

1030.75

F68

1029.00

F69

1027.25

F70

1025.50

F71

1023.75

F72

1022.00

F73

1020.25

F74

1018.50

F75

1016.75

F76

1015.00

F77

1013.25

F78

1011.50

F79

1009.75

F80

1008.00

F81

1006.25

F82

1004.50

F83

1002.75

F84

1001.00

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TABLE A-3:

IF INDEX FOR 26 GHZ BAND AH


BS IF 26 GHZ Band AH

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IF INDEX

TX IF (INTERMEDIATE FREQUENCY) MHz

F0

1728.125

F1

1726.375

F2

1724.625

F3

1722.875

F4

1721.125

F5

1719.375

F6

1717.625

F7

1715.875

F8

1714.125

F9

1712.375

F10

1710.625

F11

1708.875

F12

1707.125

F13

1705.375

F14

1703.625

F15

1701.875

F16

1700.125

F17

1698.375

F18

1696.625

F19

1694.875

F20

1693.125

F21

1691.375

F22

1689.625

F23

1687.875

F24

1686.125

F25

1684.375

F26

1682.625

F27

1680.875

F28

1679.125

F29

1677.375

F30

1675.625

F31

1673.875

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IF INDEX

TX IF (INTERMEDIATE FREQUENCY) MHz

F32

1672.125

F33

1670.375

F34

1668.625

F35

1666.875

F36

1665.125

F37

1663.375

F38

1661.625

F39

1659.875

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RF INDEX TABLES
TABLE B-1:

RF INDEX FOR 3.5 GHZ BANDS A, B, AND C


BS 3.5 GHZ BAND A

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RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F0

3501.25

F1

3503.00

F2

3504.75

F3

3506.50

F4

3508.25

F5

3510.00

F6

3511.75

F7

3513.50

F8

3515.25

F9

3517.00

F 10

3518.75

F 11

3520.50

F 12

3522.25

F 13

3524.00

F 14

3525.75

F15

3527.50

F 16

3529.25

F 17

3531.00

F 18

3532.75

F 19

3534.50

F 20

3536.25

F 21

3538.00

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BS 3.5 GHZ BAND B

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RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F 17

3531.00

F 18

3532.75

F 19

3534.50

F 20

3536.25

F 21

3538.00

F 22

3539.75

F 23

3541.50

F 24

3543.25

F 25

3545.00

F 26

3546.75

F 27

3548.50

F 28

3550.25

F 29

3552.00

F 30

3553.75

F 31

3555.50

F 32

3557.25

F 33

3559.00

F 34

3560.75

F 35

3562.50

F 36

3564.25

F 37

3566.00

F 38

3567.75

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BS 3.5 GHZ BAND C

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RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F 34

3560.75

F 35

3562.50

F 36

3564.25

F 37

3566.00

F 38

3567.75

F 39

3569.50

F 40

3571.25

F 41

3573.00

F 42

3574.75

F 43

3576.50

F 44

3578.25

F 45

3580.00

F 46

3581.75

F 47

3583.50

F 48

3585.25

F 49

3587.00

F 50

3588.75

F 51

3590.50

F 52

3592.25

F 53

3594.00

F 54

3595.75

F 55

3597.50

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TABLE B-2:

RF INDEX FOR 10.5 GHZ BAND


BS 10.5 GHZ BAND

Page B-4

RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F0

10152.00

F1

10153.75

F2

10155.50

F3

10157.25

F4

10159.00

F5

10160.75

F6

10162.50

F7

10164.25

F8

10166.00

F9

10167.75

F 10

10169.50

F 11

10171.25

F 12

10173.00

F 13

10174.75

F 14

10176.50

F 15

10178.25

F 16

10180.00

F 17

10181.75

F 18

10183.50

F 19

10185.25

F 20

10187.00

F 21

10188.75

F 22

10190.50

F 23

10192.25

F 24

10194.00

F 25

10195.75

F 26

10197.50

F 27

10199.25

F 28

10201.00

F 29

10202.75

F 30

10204.50

F 31

10206.25

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BS 10.5 GHZ BAND

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RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F 32

10208.00

F 33

10209.75

F 34

10211.50

F 35

10213.25

F 36

10215.00

F 37

10216.75

F 38

10218.50

F 39

10220.25

F 40

10222.00

F 41

10223.75

F 42

10225.50

F 43

10227.25

F 44

10229.00

F 45

10229.00

F 46

10232.50

F 47

10234.25

F 48

10236.00

F 49

10237.75

F 50

10239.50

F 51

10241.25

F 52

10243.00

F 53

10244.75

F 54

10246.50

F 55

10248.25

F 56

10250.00

F 57

10251.75

F 58

10253.50

F 59

10255.25

F 60

10257.00

F 61

10258.75

F 62

10260.50

F 63

10262.25

F 64

10264.00

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RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F 65

10265.75

F 66

10267.50

F 67

10269.25

F 68

10271.00

F 69

10272.75

F 70

10274.50

F 71

10276.25

F 72

10278.00

F 73

10279.75

F 74

10281.50

F 75

10283.25

F 76

10285.00

F 77

10286.75

F 78

10288.50

F 79

10290.25

F 80

10292.00

F 81

10293.75

F 82

10295.50

F 83

10297.25

F 84

10299.00

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TABLE B-3:

RF INDEX FOR 26 GHZ BANDS A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H


BS 26 GHz Band A

P/N 110504-13 A

RF Index

Tx RF (RADIO FREQUENCY) MHz

F0

24549.875

F1

24551.625

F2

24553.375

F3

24555.125

F4

24556.875

F5

24558.625

F6

24560.375

F7

24562.125

F8

24563.875

F9

24565.625

F 10

24567.375

F 11

24569.125

F 12

24570.875

F 13

24572.625

F 14

24574.375

F 15

24576.125

F 16

24577.875

F 17

24579.625

F 18

24581.375

F 19

24583.125

F 20

24584.875

F 21

24586.625

F 22

24588.375

F 23

24590.125

F 24

24591.875

F 25

24593.625

F 26

24595.375

F 27

24597.125

F 28

24598.875

F 29

24600.625

F 30

24602.375

F 31

24604.125

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RF Index

Tx RF (RADIO FREQUENCY) MHz

F 32

24605.875

F 33

24607.625

F 34

24609.375

F 35

24611.125

F 36

24612.875

F 37

24614.625

F 38

24616.375

F 39

24618.125

F 40

24619.875

F 41

24621.625

F 42

24623.375

F 43

24625.125

F 44

24626.875

F 45

24628.625

F 46

24630.375

F 47

24632.125

F 48

24633.875

F 49

24635.625

F 50

24637.375

F 51

24639.125

F 52

24640.875

F 53

24642.625

F 54

24644.375

F 55

24646.125

F 56

24647.875

F 57

24649.625

F 58

24651.375

F 59

24653.125

F 60

24654.875

F 61

24656.625

F 62

24658.375

F 63

24660.125

P/N 110504-13 A

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BS 26 GHz Band B

P/N 110504-13 A

RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F0

24661.875

F1

24663.625

F2

24665.375

F3

24667.125

F4

24668.875

F5

24670.625

F6

24672.375

F7

24674.125

F8

24675.875

F9

24677.625

F 10

24679.375

F 11

24681.125

F 12

24682.875

F 13

24684.625

F 14

24686.375

F 15

24688.125

F 16

24689.875

F 17

24691.625

F 18

24693.375

F 19

24695.125

F 20

24696.875

F 21

24698.625

F 22

24700.375

F 23

24702.125

F 24

24703.875

F 25

24705.625

F 26

24707.375

F 27

24709.125

F 28

24710.875

F 29

24712.625

F 30

24714.375

F 31

24716.125

F 32

24717.875

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BS 26 GHz Band B

Page B-10

RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F 33

24719.625

F 34

24721.375

F 35

24723.125

F 36

24724.875

F 37

24726.625

F 38

24728.375

F 39

24730.125

F 40

24731.875

F 41

24733.625

F 42

24735.375

F 43

24737.125

F 44

24738.875

F 45

24740.625

F 46

24742.375

F 47

24744.125

F 48

24745.875

F 49

24747.625

F 50

24749.375

F 51

24751.125

F 52

24752.875

F 53

24754.625

F 54

24756.375

F 55

24758.125

F 56

24759.875

F 57

24761.625

F 58

24763.375

F59

24765.125

P/N 110504-13 A

WALKair V3.1 UMN: OPAM Base Station Management Guide


BS 26 GHz Band B

P/N 110504-13 A

RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F 60

24766.875

F 61

24768.625

F 62

24770.375

F 63

24772.125

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BS 26 GHz Band C

Page B-12

RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F0

24773.875

F1

24775.625

F2

24777.375

F3

24779.125

F4

24780.875

F5

24782.625

F6

24784.375

F7

24786.125

F8

24787.875

F9

24789.625

F 10

24791.375

F 11

24793.125

F 12

24794.875

F 13

24796.625

F 14

24798.375

F 15

24800.125

F 16

24801.875

F 17

24803.625

F 18

24805.375

F 19

24807.125

F 20

24808.875

F 21

24810.625

F 22

24812.375

F 23

24814.125

F 24

24815.875

F 25

24817.625

F 26

24819.375

F 27

24821.125

F 28

24822.875

F 29

24824.625

F 30

24826.375

F 31

24828.125

F 32

24829.875

P/N 110504-13 A

WALKair V3.1 UMN: OPAM Base Station Management Guide


BS 26 GHz Band C

P/N 110504-13 A

RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F 33

24831.625

F 34

24833.375

F 35

24835.125

F 36

24836.875

F 37

24838.625

F 38

24840.375

F 39

24842.125

F 40

24843.875

F 41

24845.625

F 42

24847.375

F 43

24849.125

F 44

24850.875

F 45

24852.625

F 46

24854.375

F 47

24856.125

F 48

24857.875

F 49

24859.625

F 50

24861.375

F 51

24863.125

F52

24864.875

F 53

24866.625

F 54

24868.375

F 55

24870.125

F 56

24871.875

F 57

24873.625

F 58

24875.375

F 59

24877.125

Page B-13

Chapter 10. Maintenance Management Menu


BS 26 GHz Band C

Page B-14

RF INDEX

TX RF (RADIO FREQUENCY) MHZ

F 60

24878.875

F 61

24880.625

F 62

24882.375

F 63

24884.125

P/N 110504-13 A

WALKair V3.1 UMN: OPAM Base Station Management Guide


BS 26 GHz Band D

P/N 110504-13 A

RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F0

24885.875

F1

24887.625

F2

24889.375

F3

24891.125

F4

24892.875

F5

24894.625

F6

24896.375

F7

24898.125

F8

24899.875

F9

24901.625

F 10

24903.375

F 11

24905.125

F 12

24906.875

F 13

24908.625

F 14

24910.375

F 15

24912.125

F 16

24913.875

F 17

24915.625

F 18

24917.375

F 19

24919.125

F 20

24920.875

F 21

24922.625

F 22

24924.375

F 23

24926.125

F 24

24927.875

F 25

24929.625

F 26

24931.375

F 27

24933.125

F 28

24934.875

F 29

24936.625

F 30

24938.375

F 31

24940.125

F 32

24941.875

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Chapter 10. Maintenance Management Menu


BS 26 GHz Band D

Page B-16

RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F 33

24943.625

F 34

24945.375

F 35

24947.125

F 36

24948.875

F 37

24950.625

F 38

24952.375

F 39

24954.125

F 40

24955.875

F 41

24957.625

F 42

24959.375

F 43

24961.125

F 44

24962.875

F 45

24964.625

F 46

24966.375

F 47

24968.125

F 48

24969.875

F 49

24971.625

F 50

24973.375

F 51

24975.125

F 52

24976.875

F 53

24978.625

F 54

24980.375

F 55

24982.125

F 56

24983.875

F 57

24985.625

F 58

24987.375

F 59

24989.125

P/N 110504-13 A

WALKair V3.1 UMN: OPAM Base Station Management Guide


BS 26 GHz Band D

P/N 110504-13 A

RF Index

Tx RF (RADIO FREQUENCY) MHz

F 60

24990.875

F 61

24992.625

F 62

24994.375

F 63

24996.125

Page B-17

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BS 26 GHz Band E

Page B-18

RF Index

Tx RF (RADIO FREQUENCY) MHz

F0

24997.875

F1

24999.625

F2

25001.375

F3

25003.125

F4

25004.875

F5

25006.625

F6

25008.375

F7

25010.125

F8

25011.875

F9

25013.625

F 10

25015.375

F 11

25017.125

F 12

25018.875

F 13

25020.625

F 14

25022.375

F 15

25024.125

F 16

25025.875

F 17

25027.625

F 18

25029.375

F 19

25031.125

F 20

25032.875

F 21

25034.625

F 22

25036.375

F 23

25038.125

F 24

25039.875

F 25

25041.625

F 26

25043.375

F 27

25045.125

F 28

25046.875

F 29

25048.625

F 30

25050.375

F 31

25052.125

F 32

25053.875

P/N 110504-13 A

WALKair V3.1 UMN: OPAM Base Station Management Guide


BS 26 GHz Band E

P/N 110504-13 A

RF Index

Tx RF (RADIO FREQUENCY) MHz

F 33

25055.625

F 34

25057.375

F 35

25059.125

F 36

25060.875

F 37

25062.625

F 38

25064.375

F39

25066.125

F40

25067.875

F 41

25069.625

F 42

25071.375

F 43

25073.125

F 44

25074.875

F 45

25076.625

F 46

25078.375

F 47

25080.125

F 48

25081.875

F 49

25083.625

F 50

25085.375

F 51

25087.125

F 52

25088.875

F 53

25090.625

F 54

25092.375

F 55

25094.125

F 56

25095.875

F 57

25097.625

F58

25099.375

F 59

25101.125

Page B-19

Chapter 10. Maintenance Management Menu


BS 26 GHz Band E

Page B-20

RF Index

Tx RF (RADIO FREQUENCY) MHz

F 60

25102.875

F 61

25104.625

F 62

25106.375

F 63

25108.125

P/N 110504-13 A

WALKair V3.1 UMN: OPAM Base Station Management Guide


BS 26 GHz Band F

P/N 110504-13 A

RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F0

25109.875

F1

25111.625

F2

25113.375

F3

25115.125

F4

25116.875

F5

25118.625

F6

25120.375

F7

25122.125

F8

25123.875

F9

25125.625

F 10

25127.375

F 11

25129.125

F 12

25130.875

F 13

25132.625

F 14

25134.375

F 15

25136.125

F 16

25137.875

F 17

25139.625

F 18

25141.375

F 19

25143.125

F 20

25144.875

F 21

25146.625

F 22

25148.375

F 23

25150.125

F 24

25151.875

F 25

25153.625

F 26

25155.375

F 27

25157.125

F 28

25158.875

F 29

25160.625

F 30

25162.375

F 31

25164.125

F 32

25165.875

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BS 26 GHz Band F

Page B-22

RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F 33

25167.625

F 34

25169.375

F 35

25171.125

F 36

25172.875

F 37

25174.625

F 38

25176.375

F 39

25178.125

F 40

25179.875

F 41

25181.625

F 42

25183.375

F 43

25185.125

F 44

25186.875

F 45

25188.625

F 46

25190.375

F 47

25192.125

F 48

25193.875

F 49

25195.625

F 50

25197.375

F 51

25199.125

F 52

25200.875

F 53

25202.625

F 54

25204.375

F 55

25206.125

F 56

25207.875

F 57

25209.625

F 58

25211.375

F 59

25213.125

P/N 110504-13 A

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BS 26 GHz Band F

P/N 110504-13 A

RF INDEX

TX RF (Radio Frequency) MHZ

F 60

25214.875

F 61

25216.625

F 62

25218.375

F 63

25220.125

Page B-23

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BS 26 GHz Band G

Page B-24

RF Index

Tx RF (RADIO FREQUENCY) MHz

F0

25221.875

F1

25223.625

F2

25225.375

F3

25227.125

F4

25228.875

F5

25230.625

F6

25232.375

F7

25234.125

F8

25235.875

F9

25237.625

F 10

25239.375

F 11

25241.125

F 12

25242.875

F 13

25244.625

F 14

25246.375

F 15

25248.125

F 16

25249.875

F 17

25251.625

F 18

25253.375

F 19

25255.125

F 20

25256.875

F 21

25258.625

F 22

25260.375

F 23

25262.125

F 24

25263.875

F 25

25265.625

F 26

25267.375

F 27

25269.125

F 28

25270.875

F 29

25272.625

F 30

25274.375

F 31

25276.125

F 32

25277.875

P/N 110504-13 A

WALKair V3.1 UMN: OPAM Base Station Management Guide


BS 26 GHz Band G

P/N 110504-13 A

RF Index

Tx RF (RADIO FREQUENCY) MHz

F 33

25279.625

F 34

25281.375

F 35

25283.125

F 36

25284.875

F 37

25286.625

F 38

25288.375

F 39

25290.125

F 40

25291.875

F 41

25293.625

F 42

25295.375

F 43

25297.125

F 44

25298.875

F 45

25300.625

F 46

25302.375

F 47

25304.125

F 48

25305.875

F 49

25307.625

F 50

25309.375

F 51

25311.125

F 52

25312.875

F 53

25314.625

F 54

25316.375

F 55

25318.125

F 56

25319.875

F 57

25321.625

F 58

25323.375

F 59

25325.125

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BS 26 GHz Band G

Page B-26

RF Index

Tx RF (RADIO FREQUENCY) MHz

F 60

25326.875

F 61

25328.625

F 62

25330.375

F 63

25332.125

P/N 110504-13 A

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BS 26 GHz Band H

P/N 110504-13 A

RF Index

Tx RF (RADIO FREQUENCY) MHz

F0

25333.875

F1

25335.625

F2

25337.375

F3

25339.125

F4

25340.875

F5

25342.625

F6

25344.375

F7

25346.125

F8

25347.875

F9

25349.625

F 10

25351.375

F 11

25353.125

F 12

25354.875

F 13

25356.625

F 14

25358.375

F 15

25360.125

F 16

25361.875

F 17

25363.625

F 18

25365.375

F 19

25367.125

F 20

25368.875

F 21

25370.625

F 22

25372.375

F 23

25374.125

F 24

25375.875

F 25

25377.625

F 26

25379.375

F 27

25381.125

F 28

25382.875

F 29

25384.625

F 30

25386.375

F 31

25388.125

F 32

25389.875

Page B-27

Chapter 10. Maintenance Management Menu


BS 26 GHz Band H

Page B-28

RF Index

Tx RF (RADIO FREQUENCY) MHz

F 33

25391.625

F 34

25393.375

F 35

25395.125

F 36

25396.875

F 37

25398.625

F 38

25400.375

F 39

25402.125

F 40

25403.875

F 41

25405.625

F 42

25407.375

F 43

25409.125

F 44

25410.875

F 45

25412.625

F 46

25414.375

F 47

25416.125

F 48

25417.875

F 49

25419.625

F 50

25421.375

F 51

25423.125

F 52

25424.875

F 53

25426.625

F 54

25428.375

F 55

25430.125

F 56

25431.875

F 57

25433.625

F 58

25435.375

F 59

25437.125

P/N 110504-13 A

WALKair V3.1 UMN: OPAM Base Station Management Guide


BS 26 GHz Band H

P/N 110504-13 A

RF Index

Tx RF (RADIO FREQUENCY) MHz

F 60

25438.875

F 61

25440.625

F 62

25442.375

F 63

25444.125

Page B-29

Appendix C
ALARMS
TABLE C-1:
#

ALARM DEFINITIONS

ALARM INDICATION

DESCRIPTION

SEVERITY
Base
Station

Terminal
Station

Warning

Warning

Loopback Alarms
1

telecomLocalLoopbackOn

This trap is sent when


Telecom Interface
enters the Local
Loopback state

telecomLocalLoopbackOff

This trap is sent when Info


Telecom Interface exits
the Local Loopback
state

Info

telecomRemoteLoopbackOn

This trap is sent when


Telecom Interface
enters the Remote
Loopback state

Warning

telecomRemoteLoopbackOff

This trap is sent when Info


Telecom Interface exits
the Remote Loopback
state

Info

telecomPayloadLoopbackOn

This trap is sent when


Telecom Interface
enters the Payload
Loopback state

Warning

telecomPayloadLoopbackOff

This trap is sent when Info


Telecom Interface exits
the Payload Loopback
state

Info

telecomChannelLoopbackOn

This trap is sent when


Telecom Interface
enters the Channel
Loopback state

Warning

telecomChannelLoopbackOff This trap is sent when Info


Telecom Interface exits
the Channel Loopback
state

P/N 110504-13 A

Warning

Warning

Warning

Info

Page C-1

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E1 Telecom Interfaces Alarms
#

ALARM INDICATION

DESCRIPTION

SEVERITY

e1AlarmIndicationSignalOn

This trap is sent when


the AIS is detected on
the E1 interface

Warning Warning

10

e1AlarmIndicationSignalOff

This trap is sent when


the AIS terminated on
the E1 interface

Info

11

e1LossOfFrameAlignmentOn

This trap is sent when Major


the LFA is detected on
the E1 interface

Minor

12

e1LossOfFrameAlignmentOff

This trap is sent when


the LFA is terminated
on the E1 interface

Info

13

e1LossOfSignalOn

This trap is sent when Major


the LOS is detected on
the E1 interface

Minor

14

e1LossOfSignalOff

This trap is sent when


the LOS is terminated
on the E1 interface

Info

Info

15

e1LossOfMultiframeAllignmentOn This trap is sent when


the LMFA is detected
on the E1 interface

Major

Minor

16

e1LossOfMultiframeAllignmentOff This trap is sent when Info


the LMFA is terminated
on the E1 interface

Info

17

e1RemoteAlarmIndicationCrcOn

This trap is sent when Minor


the RAI and CRC errors
are detected on the E1
interface

Minor

18

e1RemoteAlarmIndicationCrcOff

This trap is sent when Info


the RAI and CRC errors
are terminated on the
E1 interface

Info

19

e1RemoteAlarmIndicationOn

This trap is sent when


the RAI is detected on
the E1 interface

Minor

Minor

20

e1RemoteAlarmIndicationOff

This trap is sent when


the RAI is terminated
on the E1 interface

Info

Info

21

e1BerThresholdOn

Minor

Minor

22

e1BerThresholdOff

Info

Info

Page C-2

Info

Info

P/N 110504-13 A

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V.35/X.21 Telecom Interfaces Alarms
#

ALARM INDICATION

DESCRIPTION

SEVERITY

23

lsdiLossOfClockOn

This trap is sent in case of


V.35/X.21 interface clock loss
detected

Major

24

lsdiLossOfClockOff

This trap is sent when the


Info
V.35/X.21 interface recovered
from clock loss

Minor

Info

Interface Alarms
#

ALARM INDICATION

DESCRIPTION

SEVERITY

29

telecomIfTypeDoesNotMat This trap is sent when the


Major
chOn
actual telecomm interface type
does not match configured
type

Minor

30

telecomIfTypeDoesNotMat This trap is sent when the


chOff
condition when the actual
telecomm interface type does
not match the configured type
was terminated

Info

31

telecomIfFaultOn

This trap is sent when telecom Major


interface fault is detected

Minor

32

telecomIfFaultOff

This trap is sent when telecom Info


interface fault is terminated

Info

33

telecomIfDisableOn

This trap is sent when the


operational status of the
telecom interface becomes
disable

Warning Warning

34

telecomIfDisableOff

This trap is sent when the


operational status of the
telecom interface becomes
enable

Info

Info

Info

IDU (BU) alarms


#

ALARM INDICATION

DESCRIPTION

SEVERITY

35

buDisabledOn

This trap is sent when BU


operational status became
disable

Warning Warning

36

buDisabledOff

This trap is sent when BU


operational status became
enable

Info

Info

37

diagnosticsRamFaultOn

This trap is sent when RAM


test fault is detected

Major

Minor

38

diagnosticsRamFaultOff

This trap is sent when RAM


test passed

Info

Info

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39

diagnosticsE2promFaultOn This trap is sent when E2prom Major


test fault is detected

Minor

40

diagnosticsE2promFaultOff This trap is sent when E2prom Info


test passed

Info

41

diagnosticsFlashFaultOn

This trap is sent when Flash


memory test fault is detected

Major

Minor

42

diagnosticsFlashFaultOff

This trap is sent when Flash


memory test passed

Info

Info

43

diagnosticsMatrixFaultOn

This trap is sent when Matrix


test fault is detected

Major

Minor

44

diagnosticsMatrixFaultOff

This trap is sent when Matrix


test passed

Info

Info

45

diagnosticsSwVersionFault This trap is sent when wrong


software version is detected
On

Major

Minor

46

diagnosticsSwVersionFault This trap is sent when software Info


version test passed
Off

Info

47

diagnosticsOrcaFaultOn

This trap is sent when Orca


test failed

Major

Minor

48

diagnosticsOrcaFaultOff

This trap is sent when Orca


test passed

Info

Info

49

diagnosticsDspFaultOn

This trap is sent when the DSP Major


test failed

Minor

50

diagnosticsDspFaultOff

This trap is sent when the DSP Info


test passed

Info

Service Alarms
#

ALARM INDICATION

DESCRIPTION

SEVERITY

51

illegalServiceConfiguration This trap is sent when illegal


service configuration is
On
detected

Minor

Minor

52

illegalServiceConfiguration This trap is sent when service


configuration is OK
Off

Info

Info

53

serviceConfigNotAckOn

This trap is sent when


Minor
acknowledge for the service
configuration was not received
from TS

54

serviceConfigNotAckOff

This trap is sent when


acknowledge for the service
configuration was received
from TS

Info

Info

TS Authentication Alarms
#
55

Page C-4

ALARM INDICATION
tsAthenticationFaultOn

DESCRIPTION

SEVERITY
Major

P/N 110504-13 A

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56

tsAthenticationFaultOff

Info
Radio alarms

ALARM INDICATION

57

radioLinkInterferenceOn

This trap is sent when the radio Major


link interference is detected by
BS

Minor

58

radioLinkInterferenceOff

This trap is sent when the radio Info


link interference condition is
terminated

Info

59

radioLinkLossOn

This trap is sent when BS


Major
detected the loss of the down
link

60

radioLinkLossOff

This trap is sent when BS


detected the radio link
establishment

Info

61

mostTsRadioLinkLossOn

This trap is sent when BS


detected loss of the radio link
with more then 50% of TSs

Major

62

mostTsRadioLinkLossOff

This trap is sent when


mostTsRadioLinkLoss
condition is terminated

Info

63

tsRadioLinkLossOn

This trap is sent when BS


Minor
detected loss of the radio link
with one of TSs registered with
it

64

tsRadioLinkLossOff

This trap is sent when


TsRadioLinkLoss condition is
terminated

Info

65

ifuLockOn

This trap is sent when the IF


synthesizer failed to lock on

Major

66

ifuLockOff

This trap is sent when the


ifu Lock condition terminated

Info

67

accumulatedLinksBerThres
hold1On

Minor

68

accumulatedLinksBerThres
hold1Off

Info

69

accumulatedLinksBerThres
hold2On

Major

70

accumulatedLinksBerThres
hold2Off

Info

71

radioLinkBerThreshold1On

Minor

Minor

72

radioLinkBerThreshold1Off

Info

Info

73

radioLinkBerThreshold2On

Major

Major

P/N 110504-13 A

DESCRIPTION

SEVERITY

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74

radioLinkBerThreshold2Off

75

rfuPowerLossOn

This trap is sent when the RFU Major


power loss is detected

76

rfuPowerLossOff

This trap is sent when the RFU Info


power loss is terminated

Info

Info

SW Download Alarms
#

ALARM INDICATION

DESCRIPTION

SEVERITY

77

softwarewDownloadStart

This trap is sent when the


software download process is
started

Info

Info

78

softwarewDownloadEnd

This trap is sent when the


software download process is
finished

Info

Info

79

softwarewDownloadAbort This trap is sent when the


software download process is
aborted

Info

Info

80

switchVersionFailedOn

This trap is sent when the


Info
switch between the current and
the standby software versions
failed

Info

81

switchVersionFailedOff

This trap is sent when the


Info
switch between the current and
the standby software versions
succeeded

Info

Remote CPE Alarms


#
82

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ALARM INDICATION
cpeEvent

DESCRIPTION
This trap is sent when the
event is detected from the
Customer premises equipment
connected to the TS serial port

SEVERITY
Info

P/N 110504-13 A