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Microwave Digital Radios

TRuepoint 6500

4-13 GHz
INSTRUCTION MANUAL

IMN-907002-E04
Instruction Manual
Instruction Manual

IMN-907002-E04 September 2008


This manual incorporates features and functions provided with the TRuepoint 6500 series radio
equipment.

Copyright 2008 by Harris Stratex Networks, Inc.


All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a
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Warranty
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specifically disclaims any implied warranties or merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.
Further, Harris Stratex Networks reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes from
time to time in the content hereof without obligation of Harris Stratex Networks to notify any person of
such revision or changes.

Safety Recommendations
The following safety recommendations must be considered to avoid injuries to persons and/or damage
to the equipment:
1. Installation and Service Personnel: Installation and service must be carried out by authorized
personnel who have the technical training and experience necessary to be aware of any hazardous
operations during installation and service, and of measures to avoid any danger to themselves, to
any other personnel, and to the equipment.
2. Access to the Equipment: Access to the equipment in use must be restricted to service personnel
only.
3. Safety Norms: Recommended safety norms are detailed in the Health and Safety sections of this
manual. Local safety regulations must be used if mandatory. Safety instructions in this document
should be used in addition to the local safety regulations. In the case of conflict between safety
instructions stated in this manual and those indicated in local regulations, mandatory local norms
will prevail. Should local regulations not be mandatory, then the safety norms in Volume 1 will
prevail.
4. Service Personnel Skill: Service personnel must have received adequate technical training on
telecommunications and in particular on the equipment this manual refers to.

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Contact Information
Sales and Sales Support:
For sales information, contact one of the Harris Stratex Networks headquarters, or find your regional
sales office at http://www.harrisstratex.com/contact.

Corporate Headquarters International Headquarters


North Carolina, USA Singapore

Harris Stratex Networks, Inc. Harris Stratex Networks (S) Pte. Ltd.
Research Triangle Park 17, Changi Business Park Central 1
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Toll Free for Sales Inquiries: Sales Inquiries:
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Customer Service:
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Or you can contact your local Harris Stratex Networks office. Contact information is available on our
website at: www.harrisstratex.com/support/contact-support.asp

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Product Compliance Notes
TRuepoint 6500 is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause interference
in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. This equipment is intended to be
used exclusively in telecommunications centers.

European Union WEEE Directive


In accordance with the WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC), TRuepoint 6500 is marked with the following
symbol:

This symbol indicates that this equipment should be collected separately for the purposes of recovery
and/or recycling. For information about collection and recycling of Harris Stratex Networks see
www.harrisstratex.com/wt/products/weee.asp or contact your local Harris Stratex sales office. If you
purchased your product via a distributor please contact the distributor for information regarding
collection and recovery/recycling.
(WEEE is the acronym for Waste electrical and electronic equipment.)

European Union RoHS Directive


The RoHS Directive (2002/95/EC) was implemented on 1 July, 2006. TRuepoint 6500 meets the
requirements of this directive.

RoHS Compliance: China


TRuepoint 6500 is compliant with Chinas RoHS requirements and in compliance with legislation
introduced in March 2007, TRuepoint 6500 is labeled with the following pollution control logo.

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Declaration of Conformity, R&TTE Directive, 1999/5/EC

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TRuepoint 6500 is a point-to-point SDH digital transmission system, intended for use in
telecommunication networks.
For details of where the equipment is intended to be used, refer to the country matrix
below. It should be noted that a licence to operate this apparatus is likely to be necessary
and the appropriate regulatory administration should be contacted for country-specific
licencing procedures and interface specifications.
Harris Stratex Networks intends to market this equipment where a cross (X) is shown.
Note: The information contained in this document has been gathered from the
relevant government authorities and relates only to European countries
participating in the R&TTE Directive.

United Kingdom
Czech Republic

Slovak Republic
Luxembourg

Netherlands

Switzerland
Germany
Denmark

Lithuania

Romania

Slovenia
Hungary

Portugal
Bulgaria
Belgium

Sweden
Norway
Estonia

Greece
Finland

Iceland
Cyprus

France
Austria

Poland
Ireland

Latvia

Spain
Malta
4GHz (3,600 - 4,000MHz) X X X X X X X X X X X X X Italy X X X X X X X X X X
U4GHz (3,803.5 - 4,203.5MHz) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
5GHz (4,400 - 5,000MHz) X
L6GHz ( 5,925 - 6,425MHz) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
U6GHz (6,430 - 7,100MHz) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
7GHz (7,110 - 7,750MHz) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
8GHz (7,725 - 8,400MHz) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
11GHz (10,700 - 11,700MHz) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
13GHz (12,750 - 13,250MHz) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

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WARNING
Making adjustments and/or modifications to this equipment that are not in
accordance with the provisions of this instruction manual or other
supplementary documentation may result in personal injury or damage to
the equipment, and may void the equipment warranty.

AVERTISSEMENT
Tout rglage ou modification faits cet quipement hors du cadre dict
par ce guide dutilisation ou par toute autre documentation supplmentaire
pourraient causer des blessures ou endommager lquipement et peut
entraner lannulation de sa garantie.

WARNUNG
Die an diesen Gerten gemachte Einstellungen und/oder nderungen,
welche nicht gem dieser Bedienungsanleitung, oder gem anderen
zustzlichen Anleitungen, ausgefhrt werden, knnen Verletzungen oder
Materialschden zur Folge haben und eventuell die Garantie ungltig
machen.

ATENCIN
Llevar a cabo ajustamientos y/o modificaciones a este equipo, sin seguir
las instrucciones provistas por este manual u otro documento adicional,
podra resultar en lesiones a su persona o daos al equipo, y anular la
garanta de este ltimo.

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Contents
VOLUME 1, SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

CHAPTER 1, GENERAL DESCRIPTION


Introduction to the TRuepoint 6500 Radio Equipment ...................................... 1-1
Equipment Features .................................................................................. 1-1

CHAPTER 2, TRUEPOINT 6500 EQUIPMENT DETAILS


Ordering Guide ............................................................................................. 2-1
ACU (Antenna Coupling Unit) Block ............................................................... 2-10
RF SPU (RF Signal Processing Unit) Block ....................................................... 2-10
CISU (Baseband interface, Control interface and Service channel Unit)............... 2-11
Important Information............................................................................. 2-11

CHAPTER 3, GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS


General Information ...................................................................................... 3-1
Transmitter (TX) ........................................................................................... 3-2
Receiver (RX) ............................................................................................... 3-3
Modulator (MOD) .......................................................................................... 3-4
Demodulator (DEM) ...................................................................................... 3-4
Digital Processing ......................................................................................... 3-5
Overall ........................................................................................................ 3-6
RF Interference ............................................................................................ 3-7
Fading ......................................................................................................... 3-8
Base Band Signal Interface ............................................................................ 3-9
STM-1 Optical Interface ........................................................................... 3-10
STM-1 Electrical Interface ........................................................................ 3-11
Jitter ..................................................................................................... 3-11
Alarm Indication Signal (AIS) ................................................................... 3-11
Auxiliary Signal Interface ............................................................................. 3-12
Radio User Channel (RUC) ....................................................................... 3-12
Wayside (WS) ........................................................................................ 3-12
Orderwire (OW) ...................................................................................... 3-13
User Channel (UC) .................................................................................. 3-14
Housekeeping Signal (HK)........................................................................ 3-14
Optional Auxiliary-LAN Converter .............................................................. 3-14
RF Interface ............................................................................................... 3-15
XPIC Cables between MSTUs for CCDP Operation ............................................ 3-16
Inter-connection Cables between initial and expansion shelf ............................. 3-17

CHAPTER 4, MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION


System Configuration .................................................................................... 4-1
Equipment Construction................................................................................. 4-8
Connections ............................................................................................. 4-8

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Inter-Rack ........................................................................................... 4-8
Inter-Shelf Connections ......................................................................... 4-8
Unit Construction .......................................................................................... 4-9
Weight ...................................................................................................... 4-10

CHAPTER 5, ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION


Environmental Condition ................................................................................ 5-1
Not In-Use Condition ................................................................................. 5-1
In-Use Condition....................................................................................... 5-3
Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) .............................................................. 5-4
EMC Emission........................................................................................... 5-4
Immunity ................................................................................................ 5-5
Safety ......................................................................................................... 5-6
MTBF .......................................................................................................... 5-7

CHAPTER 6, POWER REQUIREMENTS


General ....................................................................................................... 6-1
DC Power Supply Feed................................................................................... 6-1
Safety Information of DC Power Supply Feed .................................................... 6-3
Unit Power Consumption ................................................................................ 6-4
Equipment Power Consumption....................................................................... 6-5

CHAPTER 7, RADIO FREQUENCY PLAN AND ANTENNA SYSTEM


Radio Frequency Plan .................................................................................... 7-1
4 GHz band.............................................................................................. 7-2
Upper 4 GHz band .................................................................................... 7-4
5 GHz band.............................................................................................. 7-6
Lower 6 GHz ............................................................................................ 7-8
Upper 6 GHz band .................................................................................. 7-10
Lower 7 GHz band .................................................................................. 7-12
M7 GHz band ......................................................................................... 7-14
Upper 7 GHz band .................................................................................. 7-14
7W GHz band ......................................................................................... 7-16
Lower 8 GHz band .................................................................................. 7-18
K8 GHz band.......................................................................................... 7-20
11 GHz band .......................................................................................... 7-20
13 GHz band .......................................................................................... 7-23
Antenna System ......................................................................................... 7-25
RF Branching.............................................................................................. 7-25
RF Branching Network Loss ...................................................................... 7-25
Insertion Loss of Loss Equalized RF Branching Network .................................... 7-48

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VOLUME 2, EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION

CHAPTER 1, EQUIPMENT CONFIGURATIONS AND FEATURES


TRuepoint 6500 System .............................................................................. 1-1
Terminal and Repeater .............................................................................. 1-1
Baseband Interface ....................................................................................... 1-6
Frequency Allocation System .......................................................................... 1-6
Space Diversity System ................................................................................. 1-7

CHAPTER 2, STM-1 SIGNAL TRANSMISSION


STM-1 Electrical Signal Interface..................................................................... 2-1
Main Signal Flow (MSTU Function)................................................................... 2-1
Space Diversity Reception with In-Phase Combiner............................................ 2-5
Transmit Space Diversity with Two Antennas..................................................... 2-6
MSTU Front Panel ......................................................................................... 2-7
Upper View of MSTU Adapter .......................................................................... 2-9

CHAPTER 3, OW/UC/RUC/WS SIGNAL TRANSMISSION


Engineering Orderwire (OW) .......................................................................... 3-1
User Channel (UC) ........................................................................................ 3-3
Radio User Channel (RUC).............................................................................. 3-3
Wayside Traffic (WS) ..................................................................................... 3-4
Digital Communication Channel (DCC) ............................................................. 3-4
Orderwire 4W Analogue Branching using optional OWBR unit .............................. 3-5
AUX-LAN Converter using optional AUX/LAN CONV unit ...................................... 3-6

CHAPTER 4, OVERHEAD BIT ACCESS FOR TRUEPOINT 6500


SYSTEM
MSOH and RSOH .......................................................................................... 4-2
RFCOH ........................................................................................................ 4-5

CHAPTER 5, RADIO PROTECTION SWITCH SYSTEM


Outline of Radio Protection Switching (RPS)...................................................... 5-1
USW and BSW.............................................................................................. 5-3
Switching Priority.......................................................................................... 5-6
Switching Initiator and Operation Time ............................................................ 5-7
Occasional Traffic (option) .............................................................................. 5-8

CHAPTER 6, BASEBAND INTERFACE, CONTROL INTERFACE &


SERVICE CHANNEL UNIT BLOCK
Signal Interface ............................................................................................ 6-3
Bipolar Switch (BSW) unit .............................................................................. 6-3
Bipolar Switch for Optical Interface (OPT BSW) unit........................................... 6-3
Supervisory (SV) unit .................................................................................... 6-4

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Timing Control Unit (TCU) .............................................................................. 6-9
Housekeeping (HK) unit (option)..................................................................... 6-9
Occasional Traffic Interface (OCC INTF/OPT OCC) unit (option) ......................... 6-11
Baseband Switch Interface (BSW INTF) unit (option) ....................................... 6-11
Control and Alarm Signal Transmission of OPT BSW unit .............................. 6-12
Control .............................................................................................. 6-12
Alarm and Conditions .......................................................................... 6-12
Connector Pin Assignment of Control and Alarm on OPT BSW/OPT OCC ...... 6-14
AUX-LAN Converter (AUX/LAN CONV) unit (option).......................................... 6-16
Orderwire 4W Analogue Branching (OWBR) unit (option).................................. 6-16

CHAPTER 7, APPLICATIONS
CCDP (Co-Channel Dual-Polarized) Operation ................................................... 7-1
Synchronization............................................................................................ 7-4
Synchronization Source ............................................................................. 7-4
Synchronization Mode ............................................................................... 7-4
Clock Mode .............................................................................................. 7-6
Quality Level (S1 byte) .............................................................................. 7-6
Line Clock Priority ..................................................................................... 7-7
Orderwire Applications................................................................................... 7-7
Orderwire Extension.................................................................................. 7-7
Digital Through......................................................................................... 7-8
Ring Protection ......................................................................................... 7-8

GLOSSARY

INDEX

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Volume 1
System Description
Chapter 1. General Description

Introduction to the TRuepoint 6500 Radio


Equipment

The TRuepoint 6500 series radio equipment is an advanced high capacity


(155 Mbit/s STM-1) system designed for trunk line transmission applications
delivering a leading 16xSTM-1 capacity in one ETSI rack.
The TRuepoint 6500 operates in ITU-R defined radio frequency bands of 4/5/U6/11
GHz with 40 MHz radio frequency spacing and U4/L6/M7/L7/U7/7W/L8/K8/13 GHz
with 28/29/29.65 MHz radio frequency spacing. The equipment is fully solid state and
designed to meet ETSI standards and ITU-T and ITU-R Recommendations for long
haul and high capacity digital microwave radio systems.
The modulation scheme used is 64/128 QAM Multi-Level Coded Modulation (MLCM)
with forward error correction.
The TRuepoint 6500 can be used in various types of SDH networks such as ring,
media diversity or linear configurations, and various transmission path conditions
such as over water, over mountains, inter or intra city routes.
The TRuepoint 6500 accepts one synchronous 155 Mb/s (STM-1) signal per RF
channel for single-feed/alternated operation, or two synchronous 155 Mb/s (STM-1)
signals per RF channel for co-channel dual-polarized operation (CCDP).
The protection scheme is N+1 for adjacent channel co-polarized (ACCP) / adjacent
channel alternated-polarized (ACAP) / co-channel dual-polarized (CCDP) operation
and 2x(N+1) for CCDP operation.
Various optional functions are provided, such as 2 Mbit/s wayside traffic (carried by
RFCOH and SOH respectively) and digital service channels (carried by RFCOH).

Equipment Features
The main features of the TRuepoint radio equipment are as follows:
Fully SDH (Synchronous Digital Hierarchy) compatible digital radio.
Super high density packaging
Maximum sixteen (16) complete systems per rack is available.
Typical system applications per rack:
(1) Up to 7+1 ACCP/ACAP/CCDP operation
(2) Up to 2x(3+1) CCDP operation (2x(3+1) ACCP/ACAP operation is available as
well with customers request)
(3) Up to 2x(7+1) CCDP operation
(4) Up to 3+1 double terminal with same/different RF and ACCP operation for
cross-band repeater or dual-band parallel operation with independent RPS for
each RF band

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High power amplifier using GaAs Field Effect Transistor (GaAs FET) with +29 dBm
and +32 dBm (high power version) output power.
(29 dBm for 11 GHz band and +27 dBm for 13 GHz band)
Low power consumption of RF High Power Amplifier using IF pre-distortion
linearity compensation.
Automatic Transmit Power Control (ATPC) is available as a standard configuration.
Low noise amplifier using High Electron Mobility Transistor (HEMT) with a noise
figure of 1.5 dB (typical) for the 4-6 GHz band.
Best signal-to-noise performance and high spectral efficiency of 8.5 bps/Hz using 64
QAM Multi-Level Coded Modulation (64 QAM MLCM) and 11.4 bps/Hz using 128
QAM Multi-Level Coded Modulation (128 QAM MLCM) for CCDP operation.
High efficiency error correction using Multi-Level Coded Modulation (MLCM) is
applied.
In-Phase (IP) combiner type space diversity (SD) reception is available as standard.
Space diversity circuit is fitted as standard and is enabled by the network
management system (NMS) as a provisioning item.
Transmit Space Diversity with two antennas for more severe propagation condition
is also available.
Powerful adaptive time domain equalizer (ATDE) with 11-tap fully digital linear
transversal equalizer (TVE) with 10-tap decision feedback equalizer (DFE).
Errorless protection switching with early warning detection on fading.
SDH STM-1 electrical interface is the standard configuration and STM-1 optical
interface without MSP function is available as an option. A unit mixture of both a
STM-1 electrical and optical interface is available in the same rack.
Both MS and RS mode operation settings are available on WebLT. In this case, the
maximum number of cascaded RS mode radio hops without a STM-1 Add/Drop
MUX is five (5). For more than 5 hops, the introduction of MS mode equipment with
TCU or STM-1 Add/Drop Multiplexer with SEC together with RS mode radio is
needed for system synchronization.
Radio user channel (RUC) of maximum 2 channels using RFCOH.
Signal interfaces are available for both VF and 64 kb/s signal.
64 kbps signal interface is in accordance with ITU-T recommendation G.703
co-directional or contra-directional interface.
1 user channel using F1 byte of SOH per STM-1 is also available.
2 x 2 Mbit/s wayside traffic per STM-1 using SOH and RFCOH.
Event management facility:
Alarms and status of the equipment is reported by SEMF (Synchronous Equipment
Management Function) using the Data Communication Channel (DCC).
Performance management facility:
Traffic performance of every hop and end-to-end can be monitored on each RF
channel.
Monitoring items are BBE (Background Block Error), BBER (Background Block
Error Ratio), ES (Errored Seconds), ESR (Errored Second Ratio), SES (Severely
Error Seconds), SESR (Severely Error Second Ratio), UAS (UnAvailable Seconds)
and OFS (Out of Frame Second), number of pointer change and number of RPS
switching.

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Configuration management facility:


NE configuration is retrieved by the network management terminal and items such
as NE ID, and alarm thresholds can be set as provisioning.
Resource management facility:
Physical inventory such as the unit name can be read by the SEMF (Synchronous
Equipment Management Function).
Security management:
Several layers for maintenance are provided to avoid mis-operation.
Software download (SWDL) facility:
Firmware for the operation of TRuepoint 6500 can be remotely download from the
network management terminal.
SNMP and HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol) NMS
Supervisory unit (SV) is composed of both an SNMP embedded agent and a web
server. These facilities provide an integrated NMS environment among
TRuepoint 6500 and various types of equipment such as a MUX, ADM, routers
and another venders radio equipment thanks to SNMP and good accessibility by
HTTP which is not dependant on the management platform.
Figure 1-1. Linear Configuration

SDH MUX SDH MUX SDH Radio SDH Radio SDH MUX
LTE ADM 1+N 1+N LTE
MS mode MS mode

Tributary Tributary Tributary


MS MS MS MS

Figure 1-2. Media Diversity Configuration

SDH MUX SDH MUX SDH MUX


LTE ADM LTE

SDH Radio SDH Radio


1+N or 0+1 1+N or 0+1
Tributary Tributary RS mode RS mode Tributary

MS RS RS RS

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Figure 1-3. Standard Ring Configuration

MS MS
Tributary
SDH MUX
ADM

Tributary Tributary

SDH MUX SDH MUX


ADM ADM

RS SDH Radio SDH Radio


1+N or 0+1 1+N or 0+1
RS
RS mode RS mode

RS

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Equipment Details

Ordering Guide

Assembling TRuepoint 6500 equipment requires the selection of the appropriate


TRuepoint 6500 radio shelf from the ordering guide. Please consult Harris Stratex
Networks Sales and Marketing staff for further information.
Figure 2-1 and Table 2-1 show the available system application and rack
configuration list.

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Figure 2-1. Available System Application

Model Switching Operation Typical RF CH Allocation/Recommended Working CH No. Remarks

CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8'


AP-1 7+1 ACCP (1) Minimum RF CH spacing
P 2 1 3 4 6 5 7 P 2 1 3 4 6 5 7 V(H)
40MHz for 64QAM
TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels 28/29/29.65MHz
for 128QAM
CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8'
ACAP (2) RPS1 is used.
P 1 2 3 P 1 2 3 V(H)
1 PRT CH and max. 7
Working CHs
4 5 6 7 4 5 6 7 H(V)

TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels (3) Initial shelf (type-1)


for 3 system operations
CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8'
CCDP (4) without BBIU shelf
P 1 2 3 P 1 2 3 V(H)

4 5 6 7 4 5 6 7 H(V)

TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels


or
P 2 1 3 P 2 1 3 V(H)

4 6 5 7 4 6 5 7 H(V)

TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels

CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8' (1) Minimum RF CH spacing
AP-2 2x(3+1) CCDP same as above
P1 2 1 3 P1 2 1 3 V(H)
(2)RPS1/RPS2 are used.
1 PRT CH and max. 3
Px 2X 1X 3X Px 2x 1x 3x H(V)
Working CHs for V and
TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels H-polarization each and
operates independently
(3) Initial shelf (type-2)
(4) without BBIU shelf
CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8' (1)Minimum RF CH spacing
AP-3 2x(7+1) CCDP same as above
P1 2 1 3 4 6 5 7 P1 2 1 3 4 6 5 7 V(H)
(2)RPS1/RPS2 are used.
1 PRT CH and max. 7
Px 2x 1x 3x 4x 6x 5x 7x P2 2x 1x 3x 4x 6x 5x 7x H(V)
Working CHs for V and
TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels H-polarization each and
operates independently
(3) Initial shelf (type-2) and
expansion shelf
(4) without BBIU shelf
CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8' (1) RF CH spacing
AP-4 2x(7+1) CCDP V(H) same as above
P1 2 1 3 4 6 5 7 P1 2 1 3 4 6 5 7
expansion (2) RPS1/RPS2 are used.
H(V) (3) Initial shelf (type1)
Px 2x 1x 3x 4x 6x 5x 7x Px 2x 1x 3x 4x 6x 5x 7x
(4) Without optional BBIU
TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels : Existing system
N+1 single-feed
CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8' (1)Minimum RF CH spacing
AP-5 3+1 ACCP same as above
P1 2 1 3 P1 2 1 3 V(H)
Double (2)RPS1is used.
Terminal A-B direction 1 PRT CH and max. 3
Working CHs for A-B and
B-C directions.
P1 2 1 3 P1 2 1 3 V(H)
(3) Initial shelf (type-3)
TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels (4) without BBIU shelf
B-C direction

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Table 2-1. System Application and Rack Configuration

System Application ETSI Shelf used Baseband


rack interface
initial initial initial expansion
(type-1) (type-2) (type-3)

7+1 ACCP 1 1 STM-1


electrical
ACAP and/or
STM-1
CCDP
optical
2x(3+1) CCDP 1 1 without
MSP
2x(7+1) CCDP 1 1 1 function
2x(7+1) CCDP with 1 1
expansion existing ACCP/
ACAP

3+1 ACCP for A-B and 1 1


Double B-C direction
Terminal

For detailed rack and unit configuration for all applications, please refer to Chapter 4.
The following figures show the unit configuration tree of the TRuepoint 6500 radio.

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Figure 2-2. N+1 ACCP/ACAP Operation (STM-1 electrical and optical without MSP interface
equipment)

TR6500 Radio (AP-1) ETSI Rack x1


N+1 ACCP operation or N+1 ACAP operation Initial shelf (type-1) with bonnet cover: x1

Antenna Coupling Unit Block


RF Branching Network (BRU) Circuit: 1 set (RF channel allocation dependent)
ACU

Duplexer: maximum 2 (maximum 4 for transmit SD)


Adaptor: maximum 2 for receive SD
RF SPU

RF Signal Processing Unit Block


Main Signal Transmission Unit (MSTU) without XPIC: x(N+1), N=maximum 7
CISU

Baseband Interface, Control Interface & Service Channel Unit Block

SV Supervisory Unit for RPS1: x1

BSW Baseband Switch Unit: xa (a+b=N, N=maximum 7)

TCU Timing Control Unit (option for MS mode): x2 maximum

HK Housekeeping Unit (option): x2 maximum (*1)

OCC INTF Occasional Traffic Interface Unit (option): x

OPT BSW Baseband Switch Unit for optical without MSP (option): xb

OCC OPT Occasional Traffic Interface Unit for optical (option): x1

AUX/LAN CONV AUX-LAN Converter (option): x1

OWBR Orderwire 4W Analogue Branching Unit (option): x 2 maximum

VF VF module for RUC on SV Unit (option): x 2 maximum

DIG 64 kbit/s module for RUC on SV Unit (option): x 2 maximum


UIA

User Interface Area Block

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equipment)

TR6500 Radio (AP-1) ETSI Rack x1


N+1 CCDP operation Initial shelf (type-1) with bonnet cover: x1

Antenna Coupling Unit Block


RF Branching Network (BRU) Circuit: 1 set (RF channel allocation dependent)
ACU

Duplexer: maximum 2 (maximum 4 for transmit SD)


Adaptor: maximum 2 for receive SD
RF SPU

RF Signal Processing Unit Block


Main Signal Transmission Unit (MSTU) with XPIC: x(N+1), N=maximum 7
CISU

Baseband Interface, Control Interface & Service Channel Unit Block

SV Supervisory Unit for RPS1: x1

BSW Baseband Switch Unit: xa (a+b=N, N=maximum 7)

TCU Timing Control Unit (option for MS mode): x2 maximum

HK Housekeeping Unit (option): x2

OCC INTF Occasional Traffic Interface Unit (option): x

OPT BSW Baseband Switch Unit for optical without MSP (option): xb

OCC OPT Occasional Traffic Interface Unit for optical (option): x1

AUX/LAN CONV AUX-LAN Converter (option): x1

OWBR Orderwire 4W Analogue Branching Unit (option): x 2 maximum

VF VF module for RUC on SV Unit (option): x 2 maximum

DIG 64 kbit/s module for RUC on SV Unit (option): x 2 maximum


UIA

User Interface Area Block

In this operation, only a MSTU with XPIC is allowed. When a MSTU


without XPIC is mounted, a mismatch alarm is issued.

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Figure 2-4. 2x(3+1) CCDP Operation (STM-1 electrical and/or optical without MSP interface
equipment)

TR6500 Radio (AP-2) ETSI Rack x1


2x(3+1) CCDP operation Initial shelf (type-2) with bonnet cover: x1

Antenna Coupling Unit Block


RF Branching Network (BRU) Circuit: 1 set (RF channel allocation dependent)
ACU

Duplexer: x 2 (maximum 4 for transmit SD)


Adaptor: x 2 for receive SD
RF SPU

RF Signal Processing Unit Block


Main Signal Transmission Unit (MSTU) with XPIC: x2 (N+1), N=maximum 7
CISU

Baseband Interface, Control Interface & Service Channel Unit Block

SV Supervisory Unit for RPS1 and RPS2: x1

BSW Baseband Switch Unit: xa (a+b=2n, n=maximum 7)

BSW INTF Baseband Switch Interface Unit: x1

TCU Timing Control Unit (option for MS mode): x2 maximum

HK Housekeeping Unit (option): x2

OCC INTF Occasional Traffic Interface Unit (option): x2 maximum

OPT BSW Baseband Switch Unit for optical without MSP (option): xb

OCC OPT Occasional Traffic Interface Unit for optical (option): x2 maximum

AUX/LAN CONV AUX-LAN Converter (option): x1

OWBR Orderwire 4W Analogue Branching Unit (option): x 2 maximum

VF VF module for RUC on SV Unit (option): x 2 maximum

DIG 64 kbit/s module for RUC on SV Unit (option): x 2 maximum


UIA

User Interface Area Block

In this operation, only a MSTU with XPIC is allowed. When a MSTU


without XPIC is mounted, a mismatch alarm is issued.

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Figure 2-5. 2x(7+1) CCDP Operation (STM-1 electrical and/or optical without MSP interface
equipment)
TR6500 Radio (AP-3) ETSI Rack x1
2x(7+1) CCDP operation Initial shelf (type-2) with bonnet cover: x1
Expansion shelf with bonnet cover: x1

Antenna Coupling Unit Block


RF Branching Network (BRU) Circuit: 1 set (RF channel allocation dependent)
ACU

Duplexer: x 2 (maximum 4 for transmit SD)


Adaptor: x 2 for receive SD
RF SPU

RF Signal Processing Unit Block


Main Signal Transmission Unit (MSTU) with XPIC: x2 (N+1), N=maximum 3
CISU

Baseband Interface, Control Interface & Service Channel Unit Block

SV Supervisory Unit for RPS1 and RPS2: x1

BSW Baseband Switch Unit: xa (a+b=2n, n=maximum 3)

BSW INTF Baseband Switch Interface Unit: x1

TCU Timing Control Unit (option for MS mode): x2 maximum

HK Housekeeping Unit (option): x2

OCC INTF Occasional Traffic Interface Unit (option): x2 maximum

OPT BSW Baseband Switch Unit for optical without MSP (option): xb

OCC OPT Occasional Traffic Interface Unit for optical (option): x2 maximum

AUX/LAN CONV AUX-LAN Converter (option): x1

OWBR Orderwire 4W Analogue Branching Unit (option): x 2 maximum

VF VF module for RUC on SV Unit (option): x 2 maximum

DIG 64 kbit/s module for RUC on SV Unit (option): x 2 maximum

CCC ADPT I Inter-shelf cable adaptor for initial shelf: x 2 maximum

CCC ADPT E Inter-shelf cable adaptor for expansion shelf: x 2 maximum


UIA

User Interface Area Block

In this operation, only a MSTU with XPIC is allowed. When a MSTU


without XPIC is mounted, a mismatch alarm is issued.

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Figure 2-6. 2x(7+1) CCDP Operation (Expansion radio) with the existing N+1 single-feed/
alternated TRuepoint 6500 radio (STM-1 electrical and/or optical without
MSP interface equipment)

TR6500 Radio (AP-4) ETSI Rack x1


2x(N+1) CCDP operation (expansion radio) Initial shelf (type-1) with bonnet cover: x1

Antenna Coupling Unit Block


RF Branching Network (BRU) Circuit: 1 set (RF channel allocation dependent)
ACU

Duplexer: x 1 (maximum 2 for transmit SD)


Adaptor: x 1 option for receive SD
RF SPU

RF Signal Processing Unit Block


Main Signal Transmission Unit (MSTU) with XPIC: x (N+1), N=maximum 7
CISU

Baseband Interface, Control Interface & Service Channel Unit Block

BSW Baseband Switch Unit: xa (a+b=2n, n=maximum 7)

BSW INTF Baseband Switch Interface Unit: x1

OCC INTF Occasional Traffic Interface Unit (option): x1

OPT BSW Baseband Switch Unit for optical without MSP (option): xb

OCC OPT Occasional Traffic Interface Unit for optical (option): x1

AUX/LAN CONV AUX-LAN Converter (option): x1


UIA

User Interface Area Block

In this operation, only a MSTU with XPIC is allowed. When a MSTU


without XPIC is mounted, a mismatch alarm is issued.

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Figure 2-7. 3+1 Double Terminal Operation (STM-1 electrical and/or optical without MSP
interface equipment)

TR6500 Radio (AP-5) ETSI Rack x1


3+1) CCDP operation Initial shelf (type-3) with bonnet cover: x1

Antenna Coupling Unit Block


RF Branching Network (BRU) Circuit: 1 set (RF channel allocation dependent)
ACU

Duplexer: x 2 (maximum 4 for transmit SD)


Adaptor: x 2 maximum for receive SD
RF SPU

RF Signal Processing Unit Block


Main Signal Transmission Unit (MSTU) without XPIC: x2 (N+1), N=maximum 3
CISU

Baseband Interface, Control Interface & Service Channel Unit Block

SV Supervisory Unit for RPS1: x1

BSW Baseband Switch Unit: xa (a+b=2n, n=maximum 3)

TCU Timing Control Unit (option for MS mode): x1 per direction

HK Housekeeping Unit (option): x2

OCC INTF Occasional Traffic Interface Unit (option): x2 maximum

OPT BSW Baseband Switch Unit for optical without MSP (option): xb

OCC OPT Occasional Traffic Interface Unit for optical (option): x2 maximum

VF VF module for RUC on SV Unit (option): x 2 maximum

DIG 64 kbit/s module for RUC on SV Unit (option): x 2 maximum


UIA

User Interface Area Block

This system is applicable for 3+1 cross-band repeater or dual-band


parallel operation with independent RPS for each direction.

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ACU (Antenna Coupling Unit) Block

To specify the ACU, it is necessary to confirm the detailed requirements as follows:


a. Operating frequency band
b. Assigned RF channel number and frequency
c. System configuration(1+0, 1+1, 2+1,........., 7+1)
d. Operation mode: ACCP, ACAP or CCDP (XPIC) operation
e. With receive SD or without receive SD
f. With transmit SD or without transmit SD

RF SPU (RF Signal Processing Unit) Block

To specify the MSTU model, it is necessary to confirm the detailed requirements as


follows:
a. Operating frequency band and RF channel number
b. Standard power output or high power output for 4 to L8 GHz band
c. Operation mode: ACCP, ACAP, or CCDP (XPIC) operation

SD receiver circuit is equipped as standard and be enabled by software


as provisioning setting.

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CISU (Baseband interface, Control interface


and Service channel Unit)

To specify the CISU, it is necessary to describe the detailed requirements as follows:


a. RPS system configuration: Number of operating RF channels
b. Operation mode: ACCP, ACAP, or CCDP operation
c. STM-1 electrical or optical interface
d. Required optional unit name such as HK, TCU, OCC INTF, OPT BSW, OPT
OCC, BSW INTF and its quantity.
e. Sub-module of SV unit for RUC (VF, Digital interface or none)
f. Required auxiliary signal optional unit name such as AUX/LAN CONV and
OWBR and its quantity.

Important Information

When OPT BSW unit is configured, HK1 unit is needed only for
Supervisory/Remote Control (DI/DO) of OPT BSW unit (4-DI and 2-DO
per OPT BSW).
In case of maximum 7-OPT BSW and OPT OCC unit for N+1 operation,
total number of DI/DO items become 32-DI/16-DO, that is, HK1 is
occupied by SV/RC of OPT BSW.
For details, please refer the Installation & Maintenance Manual.

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General Information

Table 3-1. General Specifications

Item Description

Modulation 64 state Quadrature Amplitude Modulation with Multi Level Coded


Modulation type FEC (64 QAM MLCM) for 4/5/U6/11 GHz band
128 state Quadrature Amplitude Modulation with Multi Level Coded
Modulation type FEC (128 QAM MLCM) for U4/L6/M7/L7/U7/7W/L8/K8/13
GHz band

Capacity Single-feed/Alternated operation


One (1) STM-1 (155.52 Mbit/s) signal per RF frequency
Co-channel operation
Two (2) STM-1 (155.52 Mbit/s) signals per RF frequency
Auxiliary signal
(1) Wayside traffic (2.048 Mb/s)
Maximum 2 channels per STM-1 by using RFCOH and SOH.
Maximum 2N channels for N+1 ACCP/ACAP/CCDP operation or
Maximum 2 x 2N channels for 2 x (N+1) CCDP operation
(2) Radio User Channel (64 kb/s) on RFCOH
Maximum 2 channels per system
Maximum 2 channels for N+1 ACCP/ACAP/CCDP operation or
Maximum 2 channels for 2 x (N+1) CCDP operation or Maximum 2
channels per direction for double terminal operation
(3) User Channel (SOH, 64 kb/s)
One (1) channel per STM-1 using SOH
Maximum N channels for N+1 ACCP/ACAP/CCDP operation or
Maximum 2N channels for 2 x (N+1) CCDP operation

Repeating Method Regenerative

Overhead Byte Same insert/separation method as for SDH fibre optic transmission
Access system for terminal and repeater station
RS Section (Note-1)
A1, A2, C1, B1, E1, F1, D1D3 byte
MS Section (Note-2)
B2, K1, K2, D4D12 and E2, M1 and S1 byte.

Hypothetical In accordance with the latest ITU-R recommendation


Reference Digital
Path (HRDP)

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Transmitter (TX)

Table 3-2. Transmitter section

Item Description

Output Power +29 dBm or +32 dBm1 dB for 4-L8GHz band


+29 dBm1 dB for 11GHz band
+27 dBm1 dB for 13GHz band
measured at MSTU unit output

RF Spectrum Mask In accordance with ETSI EN 302 217-2-2 V1.1.3 (2004-12) at DUP
64QAM system: 40 MHz spacing
128QAM system: 29/29.65 MHz & 27/28 MHz spacing, 23 MHz@ 3dB
bandwidth

Linearity Linearizer circuit is employed to maintain optimum linearity


Compensation

Local Carrier RF band oscillation With PLL


Synthesizer type, frequency pre-settable
Half band coverage of upper or lower half of the corresponding band
(quarter band for 11 and 13GHz).

Local Frequency Within 10 ppm


Stability

Spurious Emission For unmodulated carrier measured at duplexer output


< -60 dBm in the frequency range 30.0 MHz to 21.2 GHz
< -30 dBm in the frequency range 21.2 GHz to 40.0 GHz

IF 1st IF: 70 MHz


2nd IF: 844 MHz

IF Input Signal level: 10 dBm nominal


(Test In) Variation:1 dB
Impedance:75 ohm unbalanced
Return loss:> 20 dB/ 70 MHz 13 MHz for 64 QAM
> 20 dB/ 70 MHz 11 MHz for 128 QAM

RF Filter Chebycheff type


3 dB bandwidth: 40 MHz for 64 QAM
30 MHz for 128 QAM

ATPC Automatic transmit power control (ATPC) is available as standard.


Power control level:10 dB
Response time:100 ms
Control initiation: Received signal threshold detection (pre-set)
RSL=-45 dBm or -55 dBm or 65 dBm

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Receiver (RX)

Table 3-3. Receiver section

Item Description

Noise Figure 1.5 dB typical (for 4 - 6 GHz band)


(Note 1) 2.0 dB guaranteed (for 4 - 6 GHz band
2.0 dB typical (for 8 GHz band)
2.5 dB guaranteed (for 8 GHz band)
2.5 dB typical (for 11 GHz band)
3.0 dB guaranteed (for 11 GHz band)
4.0 dB typical (for 13 GHz band)
4.5 dB guaranteed (for 13 GHz band)
Note: Noise figure is measured at the MSTU unit input of both the main
and SD receiver independently and at maximum gain of IF amplifier.

Local Carrier RF band oscillation with PLL


Synthesizer type, frequency pre-settable
Half band coverage of lower or upper half of the corresponding band
(quarter band for 11 and 13 GHz band).

Spurious Emission For unmodulated carrier measured at duplexer output


< -60 dBm in the frequency range 30.0 MHz to 21.2 GHz
< -30 dBm in the frequency range 21.2 GHz to 40.0 GHz

Local Frequency Within 10 ppm


Stability

Image Rejection More than 100 dB with RX BPF measured at MSTU output when image
and main signal level are equal, and with unmodulated carrier.

Normal Received Power 32 to 55 dBm

Received Input Range Maximum level: 17 dBm(guaranteed), -14 dBm(typical)


(for BER at 1 x 103) Minimum level: 76.5 dBm for 64QAM
74.5 dBm for 128QAM

AGC Dynamic Range 17 to 77 dBm measured at MSTU input

IF 1st IF: 70MHz


2nd IF: 844MHz

IF Output (70 MHz) Signal level: 10 dBm nominal, variation +l dB/2 dB for modulated
(Test Out) RX input of 17 to 77 dBm
Impedance: 75 ohm unbalanced
Return loss: > 20 dB/ 70 MHz 13 MHz for 64 QAM
11 MHz for 128 QAM
Measured at monitoring point of MSTU unit.

RF Filter Chebycheff type


3 dB bandwidth: 40 MHz for 64 QAM
30 MHz for 128 QAM

IF Filter Butterworth type


3 dB bandwidth 40 MHz

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Modulator (MOD)

Table 3-4. Modulation

Item Description

Modulation For 40 MHz channel spacing:


64-state Quadrature Amplitude Modulation with Multi-Level Coded
Modulation type FEC (64 QAM MLCM)
For 28/29/29.65/30 MHz channel spacing:
128-state Quadrature Amplitude Modulation with Multi-Level Coded
Modulation type FEC (128 QAM MLCM)

Spectrum Shaping 35% raised cosine roll-off factor for 64 QAM MLCM
18% raised cosine roll-off factor for 128 QAM MLCM (L7/U7/7W/13GHz)
25% raised cosine roll-off factor for 128 QAM MLCM (U4/L6/L8/K8GHz)
Spectrum shaping is root Nyquist distribution.

Local Carrier Crystal oscillator (XO)

Local Frequency Within 15 ppm


Stability

IF 70 MHz

Demodulator (DEM)

Table 3-5. Demodulation

Item Description

Demodulation Coherent detection/instantaneous decision

Spectrum Shaping 35% raised cosine roll-off factor for 64 QAM MLCM
18% raised cosine roll-off factor for 128 QAM MLCM (L7/U7/7W/13GHz)
25% raised cosine roll-off factor for 128 QAM MLCM (U4/L6/L8/K8GHz)
Spectrum shaping is root Nyquist distribution.

IF 70 MHz

Adaptive Equalizer 11-tap linear transversal equalizer (TVE) and


in baseband 10-tap decision feedback equalizer (DFE)

Adaptive Equalizer Slope equalizer


in IF

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Table 3-6. Digital Processing

Unit/Interface Description

BSW CMI to CMI


(STM-1 electrical interface)

OPT BSW Optical-to-Electrical (CMI) conversion


(STM-1 optical interface
Electrical (CMI)to-Optical conversion
without MSP1)

RF SPU CMI-to-unipolar conversion


(STM-1 electrical interface)
Unipolar-to-CMI conversion
Frame synchronization to STM-1 frame
Section Adaptation (change the pointer)
Scrambler/descrambler (215-1 pattern)
Addition/drop of section Overhead bit
(1) Framing bit (A1, A2)
(2) Regenerator section party (B1)
(3) Network management for regenerator section (D1 to D3)
(4) Regenerator section orderwire (E1)
(5) User channel (F1)
(6) Multiplex section Parity (B2)
(7) Network management for multiplex section (D4 to D12)
(8) Multiplex section orderwire (E2)
(9) AIS, FERF2 (K1, K2)
(10) Section trace (J0)
(11) Far End Block Error (M1)
(12) Synchronization status byte (S1)

RF SPU SDH frame to Radio frame conversion


(for Radio to radio)
Radio frame complementary Overhead (RFCOH) insertion and
detection
(1) Frame alignment
(2) Redundancy bit for MLCM
(3) Digital service channel
(4) RPS control signal
(5) Route identification
(6) Way side traffic
(7) Transfer bit for 1 bit error
(8) Transfer bit for frequency measurement
(9) ATPC Control signal
1. MSP = Multiplex Section Protection
2. FERF = Far End Receive Failure

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Overall

Table 3-7. Overall

Item Description

Upfade BER BER = 103 at RSL1 of 17 dBm measured at MSTU input

Downfade BER For 64 QAM MLCM:


BER = 103 at RSL of 76.5 dBm typical
BER = 103 at RSL of 74.5 dBm guaranteed
BER = 106 at RSL of 73.5 dBm typical
BER = 106 at RSL of 70.5 dBm guaranteed
measured at MSTU input
Note: RSL is 1 dB higher for 11 GHz band.
Note: Space diversity improves RSL by 2 dB.

For 128 QAM MLCM:


BER = 103 at RSL of 74.0 dBm typical
BER = 103 at RSL of 72.0 dBm guaranteed
BER = 106 at RSL of 71.0 dBm typical
BER = 106 at RSL of 68.0 dBm guaranteed
measured at MSTU input
Note: Space Diversity improves RSL by 2 dB.
Note: RSL is 0.5 dB higher for L8G and 2.5 dB higher for 13 GHz.

Residual BER BER < 1013 /hop/day at normal receiving condition


1. RSL = Receive Signal Level

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Table 3-8. RF Interference

Item Description

Co-Channel <External>
64QAM System
(in accordance with ETSI EN 302 217-2-2 V1.1.3 (2004-12)
RSL degradation <1 dB at BER=10-6 and S/I=31 dB (typical), 33 dB (ETSI limit)
RSL degradation <3 dB at BER=10-6 and S/I=27 dB (typical), 29 dB (ETSI limit)
128QAM System
(in accordance with ETSI EN 302 217-2-2 V1.1.3 (2004-12)
RSL degradation <1 dB at BER=10-6 and S/I=31 dB (typical), 35 dB (ETSI limit)
RSL degradation <3 dB at BER=10-6 and S/I=29 dB (typical), 32 dB (ETSI limit)

Adjacent 64QAM System


Channel (in accordance with ETSI EN 302 217-2-2 V1.1.3 (2004-12)
RSL degradation <1 dB at BER=10-6 and S/I= -26 dB (typical), -4dB (ETSI limit)
RSL degradation <3 dB at BER=10-6 and S/I= -32 dB (typical), -8dB (ETSI limit)
128QAM System
(in accordance with ETSI EN 302 217-2-2 V1.1.3 (2004-12)
RSL degradation <1 dB at BER=10-6 and S/I= -19 dB (typical), -5dB (ETSI limit)
RSL degradation <3 dB at BER=10-6 and S/I= -21 dB (typical), -8dB (ETSI limit)

Innermost C/N degradation at BER = 103: < 1 dB (typical), 1.5 dB (guaranteed)


Channel measured at duplexer input and inter-port isolation (IPI) of 40 dB

XPIC Improvement factor using XPIC for co-channel operation = 20 dB (typical), 18 dB


(guaranteed) measured at BER = 103 interference curve

Semi- 64QAM System


Adjacent RSL degradation <1 dB at BER=10-6: 30 dB
Channel RSL degradation <3 dB at BER=10-6: 28 dB
128 QAM System
RSL degradation <1 dB at BER=10-6: 31 dB
RSL degradation <3 dB at BER=10-6: 29 dB

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Fading

Table 3-9. Countermeasures to Fading/Dispersive Fade Margin

Item Description
Countermeasures to Fading

Transmit SD (T-SD) Separate antenna feed for transmit RF CHs


(For example, CH1 & CH3 and CH5 & CH7 are transmitted from
separate antennas for N+1 alternated operation)

Receive SD (R-SD) In Phase combiner in IF stage


LO endless phase shifter

SD DADE Method Two types are available;


Compensation by RF feeder length (equivalent to 25 m), or
Compensation by delay adjuster at IF (equivalent to 120 ns)
SD DADE is adjustable by the delay line on MSTU.

Adaptive Equalizer (1) Adaptive time domain equalizer (ATDE) in baseband, 21 tap full
digital type
(a) 11-tap transversal equalizer (TVE)
(b) 10-tap decision feedback equalizer (DFE)
(2) Adaptive frequency domain equalizer in IF
(a) Slope equalizer (SLP EQL)

Radio Protection System Unipolar switch (USW) in unipolar stage


(1) Errorless switching with early warning detection for fade
(2) Uni-directional switching
(3) N+1 for ACCP/ACAP/CCDP operation
(4) 2x(N+1) for CCDP operation
Bipolar switch (BSW) in bipolar stage
(1) Hit switch for equipment failure
(2) Bi-directional switching
(3) N+1 for ACCP/ACAP/CCDP operation
(4) 2x(N+1) for CCDP operation

XPIC Cross Polarization Interference Canceller (XPIC) inside Demodulator


module for CCDP operation
Demodulator without XPIC can be upgraded with XPIC at factory by
new hardware/software installation
XPIC improvement factor:
> 18 dB at BER of 10-3 guaranteed

XPIC DADE for RF feeder length allowance between V- and H-polarization feeders;
Co-Channel Operation < 1 m, measured at DUP and ADPT port on top of initial shelf

FEC Multi-Level Coded Modulation (MLCM)


Coding gain for 64QAM MLCM:
2.0 dB at BER=103, 3.5 dB at BER=106
Coding gain for 128QAM MLCM:
2.0 dB at BER=103, 3.7 dB at BER=106

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ATPC ATPC range: 10 dB


Control speed: 100 dB/sec
Dispersive Fade Margin
[in accordance with ETSI EN 302 217-2-1 v1.1.3 (2004-12)]

For both 28/29/30 MHz 50.2 dB at BER=103, 47.2 dB at BER=106


at 128 QAM and 40 MHz
at 64 QAM Signature for 6.3 nsec delay

Width = 24 MHz

Notch Depth = 24 dB

Base Band Signal Interface

The Base Band Signal interface is STM-1 in accordance with ITU-T Rec. G.957 and
G.703.

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STM-1 Optical Interface


Table 3-10. STM-1 Optical Interface (OPT BSW unit)

Bit Rate SDH level 1


155.52 Mbit/s 20 ppm

Unit Name OPT BSW 1

Application code (ITU-T G.957) (S-1.1)

Typical hop 0-15 Km

Operation wavelength range (nm) 1260-1360

Transmitter at reference point S: Source type MLM1

Spectral characteristics: Maximum RMS width (nm) 7.7

Maximum 20 dB width (nm)

Minimum side mode suppression ratio (dB)

Mean launched power: Maximum(dBm) 8


Minimum (dBm) 15

Minimum bit rate extinction ratio (dB) 8.2

Optical path between S & R: Attenuation range (dB) 012


Maximum dispersion ps/nm) 96

Optical path between S and R: Attenuation range 0-12

Maximum dispersion (ps/nm) 96

Minimum optical return loss of cable point at S, including NA


and connectors (dB)

Maximum discrete reflectance between S and R NA

Receiving at reference point R


Minimum sensitivity (dBm) 28
Minimum overload 8
Maximum optical path penalty (including chirp penalty
and dispersion penalty (dB) 1
Maximum reflectance of receiver,
measured at R (dB) NA

Connector Used LC Duplex


1. MLM = Multi-Longitudinal Mode

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Table 3-11. STM-1 Electrical Interface (BSW unit)

Bit Rate 155.52 Mbit/s 20 ppm

Code Format Coded Mark Inversion (CMI)

Pulse Mask In accordance with ITU-T Rec. G.703

Impedance 75-ohm nominal, unbalanced

Return Loss > 15 dB / 8~240 MHz, measured at base band input port

Input Cable The attenuation of the coaxial cable pair should be assumed to follow an
Length approximately root f law and to have a maximum insertion loss of 12.7 dB at a
frequency of 78 MHz.

Coaxial Cable 2.5C-2V or equivalent

Connector 1.0/2.3 type coaxial connector is standard.


Used Other connectors are available at customer's request.

Jitter
Jitter tolerance:
The TRuepoint 6500 radio equipment tolerates the input jitter applied according to
ITU-T G.825 (SDH) and G.823 (W/S 2048 kbit/s).
Jitter transfer:
The TRuepoint 6500 radio equipment meets the jitter transfer specification given in
ITU-T G.825 (SDH) and G.823 (W/S 2048 kbit/s).

Alarm Indication Signal (AIS)


Terminal:
When the Base Band signal (optical/electrical) or radio signal from the optical
equipment or radio equipment is lost, the TRuepoint 6500 generates a AU- AIS (MS
mode) or a MS-AIS (RS mode) to the next equipment. When the AU-AIS is detected
from the Base Band or radio signal, the TRuepoint 6500 transfers the AU-AIS to the
next equipment after SOH processing. When MS-AIS is detected from the Base Band
or radio signal, the TRuepoint 6500 transfers MS-AIS to the next equipment after
RSOH processing in case of RS operation, and transfers AU-AIS to the next equipment
after RSOH and MSOH processing in case of MS operation.
Repeater:
When frame or signal loss is detected, the TRuepoint 6500 generates MS-AIS to the
next equipment
AIS initiator:
Loss of Signal (LOS)
Loss of Frame (LOF)
Loss of Pointer (LOP)
B2-ERR

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Section Trace ID Mismatch

Auxiliary Signal Interface

Radio User Channel (RUC)


Table 3-12. Auxiliary Signal Interface (RUC)

Transmission - Bit insertion/separation to/from RFCOH bits

Bit Rate 64 kbit/s x 2 (equivalent to 2 CH telephony) per system

Interface Combination of VF and 64 kbit/s available by mounting optional


sub-PCB module on the SV units.

VF Interface Input level: 16 dBr nominal (16 to-0.5 dBr, 0.5 step)
Output level: +7 dBr nominal (8.5 to +7 dBr, 0.5 step)

Voice maximum level: 3 dBmo

No. of CH:Maximum 2 CH

Amplitude response: In accordance with ITU-T G.712

Signal-to-distortion: In accordance with ITU-T G.712

Impedance: 600- balanced

Digital Interface: Co-directional or contra-directional


Interface

Connector Multi-pin connector


Used

Wayside (WS)
Table 3-13. Auxiliary Signal Interface (WS)

Capacity 2048 kbit/s x 2 per STM-1

Transmission Bit insertion/separation to/from RFCOH and/or SOH bits

One wayside traffic is transferred through RFCOH bits, the other


is through not defined bytes in SOH

Digital In accordance with ITU-T G.703


Interface

Connector Multi-pin connector for 120 balanced


Used Coaxial connector, 1.0/2.3 type for 75 unbalanced

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Orderwire (OW)
Table 3-14. Auxiliary Signal Interface (OW)

Transmission Bit insertion/separation to/from E1 and E2 of SOH.

Bit Rate 64 kbit/s x 2 (equivalent to 2 CH telephony)


Express orderwire and omnibus orderwire

Interface 2-W for internal telephone set and external use


4-W for branching connector

Interface Level 2W Interface


Input level: 0.0 dBr nominal
Output level: 2.0 dBr nominal
Voice maximum level:3 dBmo
4W Interface (*1)
Input level: 4 dBr nominal (16 to 0.5 dBr, 0.5 step)
Output level: 4 dBr nominal (8.5 to +7 dBr, 0.5 step)
Voice maximum level:3 dBmo
Note: Level setting is done by resistive volume on SV unit. For
details, please refer to On-Site Test Procedure.

Table 3-15. Selective Calling Method

Calling Method DTMF (Dual Tone Multiple Frequency)

Calling E1 and E2 independently (Omnibus and Express OW)

Calling Digit Four (4) calling digits are used;


Two (2) digits for group number: (G1,G2)
Two (2) digits for station number: (G3,G4)
When calling, (#,G1,G2,G3,G4) is dialed by push-phone TEL.

Dialing Method Two (2) dialing methods are available;


Individual station calling: (#,G1,G2,G3,G4)
Broadcasting calling: (#, G1,G2,*,*)

Table 3-16. Orderwire Connection Restriction

No. of 4W Cascaded Up to 20 NEs Because of voice frequency (VF)


Connection for E1 and E2 each degradation due to PCM CODEC

No. of Simultaneous Up to 6 NEs Because of leakage of VF signals in


Communication for E1 and E2 each 2W interface

Table 3-17. 4W Analogue Orderwire Branching using optional OWBR

4W Analogue 4 input/output for E1


Branching 4 input/output for E2

Mounting Unit slot underneath SV unit and power fed from SV unit

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User Channel (UC)


Table 3-18. Auxiliary Signal Interface (User Channel)

Transmission Bit insertion/separation to/from F1 byte of SOH.

Bit Rate 64 kbit/s x 1 (equivalent to 1 CH telephony) per STM-1

Interface 64 kbit/s

Interface Interface: Co-directional or contra directional

Pulse mask: In accordance with ITU-T G.703

Connector used Multi-pin connector

Housekeeping Signal (HK)


Table 3-19. Housekeeping Signal Interface (HK)

Supervisory SV unit only: 8-item as standard

SV unit + HK1: 40-item(*1)

SV unit + HK1 + HK2: 72-item(*1)

Remote Control SV unit only: 4-item as standard

SV unit + HK1: 20-item

SV unit + HK1 + HK2: 36-item

When optional OPT BSW is applied, HK1 unit is used for OPT BSW alarm
for 7+1 OPT BSW application.

Optional Auxiliary-LAN Converter


Table 3-20. AUX-LAN Converter

Transmission Four application modes available


10/100 Base to/from UC (RUC) 64k x 1CH
10/100 Base to/from UC (RUC) 64k x 2CH East/West
10/100 Base to/from WS 2M x 1CH
10/100 Base to/from WS 2M x 2CH East/West

Mounting Unit slot underneath SV unit and power fed from SV unit

Ethernet jack RJ-45 with in-house LED

UC/WS interface D-SUB 37-pin on unit front

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RF Interface

Table 3-21. RF Flange Specification

RF band Flange mating Frequency Range


IEC standard (MHz)

4 GHz band UDR 40 3600-4200

U4 GHz band UDR 40 3803.5-4203.5

5 GHz band UDR 48 4400-5000

L6 GHz band UDR 70 5925-6425

U6 GHz band UDR 70 6430-7110

L7 GHz band UDR 70 7125-7425

M7 GHz band UDR 70 7250-7550

U7 GHz band UDR 70 7425-7725

7W GHz band UDR 70 7110-7750

L8 GHz band UDR 84 7725-8275

K8 GHz band UDR 84 7900-8400

11 GHz band UDR 100 10700-11700

13 GHz band UDR 120 12750-13250

Table 3-22. Return Loss at Equipment Antenna Port


(In accordance with ETSI EN302 217-2-1 V1.2.1 (2007-06)
RF Band Return Loss (dB)1

4/5/U6/11 GHz (64 QAM system) > 20 dB/F0213 MHz

U4/L6/M7/L7/U7/7W/L8/K8/13 GHz (128 QAM system) > 22 dB/F011 MHz


1. Measured at duplexer (DUP) input/output port (C/C reference point).
2. F0 means the center frequency of transmit and receive RF channels.

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XPIC Cables between MSTUs for CCDP


Operation

Inter-connection cables between two (2) MSTUs of cross-polarized RF channels are


specified as shown in Table 3-23.
Table 3-23. Inter-Connection Cables between MSTUs

Cable Name MSTU of V(H)-polarization MSTU of H(V)-polarization

CD-1 REF I/O on MSTU REF I/O of MSTU

CD-2 XPIC IN on MSTU XPIC OUT on MSTU

CD-3 XPIC OUT on MSTU XPIC IN on MSTU

Above three (3) coaxial cables with 1.0/2.3 type connector both end are
necessary on each radio frequency channel basis.

Table 3-24. Coaxial Cable Specification

Item Specification Remarks

Cable type 1.5C-2V or equivalent

Cable length 6 m (equivalent to 30 nsec)

Cable connector 1.0/2.3 type L-angle coaxial connectors


both end

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Inter-connection Cables between initial and


expansion shelf

Inter-connection cables between CCC ADPT I of initial and CCC ADPT E of expansion
shelf for 2x(N+1) CCDP operation are specified as shown in Table 3-25.
Table 3-25. Inter-Connection Cables on CCC ADPT card

Signal On CCC ADPT E On CCC ADPT I


of Expand Shelf of Initial Shelf

STM-1 IN (L) STM-1 OUT STM-1 IN

STM-1 OUT (L) STM-1 IN STM-1 OUT

STM-1 IN (R) STM-1 OUT STM-1 IN

STM-1 OUT (R) STM-1 IN STM-1 OUT

2M WSS IN (L) 2M WSS OUT 2M WSS IN

2M WSS OUT (L) 2M WSS IN 2M WSS OUT

2M WSR IN (L) 2M WSR OUT 2M WSR IN

2M WSR OUT (R) 2M WSR IN 2M WSR OUT

2M WSS IN (R) 2M WSS OUT 2M WSS IN

2M WSS OUT (R) 2M WSS IN 2M WSS OUT

2M WSR IN (R) 2M WSR OUT 2M WSR IN

2M WSR OUT (R) 2M WSR IN 2M WSR OUT

Coaxial cable specification required is shown in Table 3-26.


Table 3-26. Coaxial Cable Specification

Item Specification Remarks

STM-1 cable type 2.5C-2V or equivalent

Wayside cable type 1.5C-2V or equivalent

Cable length 2m

Cable connector 27CP coaxial connector both end

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Specification

System Configuration

Figure 4-1 and Table 4-1 shows the system application and rack configuration list
depending on baseband interface condition.
Figure 4-2 through Figure 4-6 show the rack configurations for all applications.
Table 4-1. Rack Configuration List

System Application ETSI Shelf used Baseband


rack interface
initial initial initial expansion
(type-1) (type-2) (type-3)

7+1 ACCP 1 1 STM-1


electrical
ACAP and/or
STM-1
CCDP
optical
2x(3+1) CCDP 1 1 without
MSP
2x(7+1) CCDP 1 1 1 function
2x(7+1) CCDP with 1 1
expansion existing ACCP/
ACAP

3+1 ACCP for A-B and 1 1


Double B-C direction
Terminal

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Figure 4-1. Available System Application

Model Switching Operation Typical RF CH Allocation/Recommended Working CH No. Remarks

CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8'


AP-1 7+1 ACCP (1) Minimum RF CH spacing
P 2 1 3 4 6 5 7 P 2 1 3 4 6 5 7 V(H)
40MHz for 64QAM
TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels 28/29/29.65MHz
for 128QAM
CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8'
ACAP (2) RPS1 is used.
P 1 2 3 P 1 2 3 V(H)
1 PRT CH and max. 7
Working CHs
4 5 6 7 4 5 6 7 H(V)

TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels (3) Initial shelf (type-1)


for 3 system operations
CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8'
CCDP (4) without BBIU shelf
P 1 2 3 P 1 2 3 V(H)

4 5 6 7 4 5 6 7 H(V)

TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels


or
P 2 1 3 P 2 1 3 V(H)

4 6 5 7 4 6 5 7 H(V)

TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels

CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8' (1) Minimum RF CH spacing
AP-2 2x(3+1) CCDP same as above
P1 2 1 3 P1 2 1 3 V(H)
(2)RPS1/RPS2 are used.
1 PRT CH and max. 3
Px 2X 1X 3X Px 2x 1x 3x H(V)
Working CHs for V and
TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels H-polarization each and
operates independently
(3) Initial shelf (type-2)
(4) without BBIU shelf
CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8' (1)Minimum RF CH spacing
AP-3 2x(7+1) CCDP same as above
P1 2 1 3 4 6 5 7 P1 2 1 3 4 6 5 7 V(H)
(2)RPS1/RPS2 are used.
1 PRT CH and max. 7
Px 2x 1x 3x 4x 6x 5x 7x P2 2x 1x 3x 4x 6x 5x 7x H(V)
Working CHs for V and
TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels H-polarization each and
operates independently
(3) Initial shelf (type-2) and
expansion shelf
(4) without BBIU shelf
CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8' (1) RF CH spacing
AP-4 2x(7+1) CCDP V(H) same as above
P1 2 1 3 4 6 5 7 P1 2 1 3 4 6 5 7
expansion (2) RPS1/RPS2 are used.
H(V) (3) Initial shelf (type1)
Px 2x 1x 3x 4x 6x 5x 7x Px 2x 1x 3x 4x 6x 5x 7x
(4) Without optional BBIU
TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels : Existing system
N+1 single-feed
CH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8' (1)Minimum RF CH spacing
AP-5 3+1 ACCP same as above
P1 2 1 3 P1 2 1 3 V(H)
Double (2)RPS1is used.
Terminal A-B direction 1 PRT CH and max. 3
Working CHs for A-B and
B-C directions.
P1 2 1 3 P1 2 1 3 V(H)
(3) Initial shelf (type-3)
TX(RX) channels RX(TX) channels (4) without BBIU shelf
B-C direction

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Figure 4-2. Typical Rack Configuration for N+1 Operation (Model: AP-1) for STM-1 electrical
and/or optical without MSP interface

V(H) V(H) H(V) H(V)


Main-port SD-port Main-port SD-port

Rack/Shelf/Unit/Module Description Quantity

DUP ADPT DUP ADPT DUP System Configuration

ACU BPF BPF BPF BPF SD (1) Rack ETSI standard rack 1
block BPF BPF BPF BPF RX
BPF BPF BPF BPF TX (2) Initial shelf (type-1) 1
ACU block
DUP Transmit-Receive duplexer max. 2
ADPT Adaptor for SD reception (option) max. 2
BPF Band Pass Filter (two CH filters per BPF) max. 12
BPF tray Two BPFs per tray max. 6
RF BEF Band elimination filters are added when 1-set
MSTU(PRT)

MSTU(M1)

MSTU(M2)

MSTU(M3)

MSTU(M4)

MSTU(M5)

MSTU(M6)

MSTU(M7)
SPU innermost RF channel is allocated
block Cables Semi-rigid coaxial cables 1-set

RF SPU block
MSTU Main Signal Transmission Unit N+1
Transmit output power N=max. 7
+29/+32 dBm for 4 to L8 GHz band
+29 dBm for 11 GHz band
+27 dBm for 13 GHz band
MSTU without XPIC for:
N+1 single-feed/Alternated operation
OCC INTF
BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)
BSW(M4)
BSW(M5)
BSW(M6)
BSW(M7)
TCU X
TCU Y

MSTU with XPIC for:


HK1
HK2

N+1 Co-channel operation


CISU Coaxial cables Three coaxial cables with connectors max. 4-set
block both ends, between RF SPUs per
RF channel only for N+1 co-channel
SV
operation
CISU block
SV Supervisory Unit for RPS1 1
CB BSW Baseband switch unit for STM-1 electrical a (a+b=N)
TCU Timing Control Unit 1
1 as option
UIA Connectors TERM HK Housekeeping Unit max. 2
block OCC INTF Occasional Traffic Interface Unit (option) 1
OPT BSW (*1) Baseband Switch Unit for optical interface b
without MSP function (option)
OCC OPT Occasional Traffic Interface Unit for optical 1
interface (optical)
VF VF module for RUC on SV unit (option) max. 2
DIGITAL 64 kbit/s module for RUC on SV unit (option) max. 2
CB Circuit Power Breaker

UIA block Connectors for external equipment


TERM DC power supply terminal for dual-feed

*1: Unit mixture of STM-1 electrical and optical without MSP is available.

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Figure 4-3. Typical Rack Configuration for 2x(3+1) Operation (Model: AP-2) for STM-1
electrical and/or STM-1 optical without MSP interface

V(H) V(H) H(V) H(V)


Main-port SD-port Main-port SD-port

Rack/Shelf/Unit/Module Description Quantity

DUP ADPT DUP ADPT DUP System Configuration

ACU BPF BPF BPF BPF SD (1) Rack ETSI standard rack 1
block BPF BPF BPF BPF RX
BPF BPF BPF BPF TX (2) Initial shelf (type-1) 1
ACU block
DUP Transmit-Receive duplexer max. 2
ADPT Adaptor for SD reception (option) max. 2
BPF Band Pass Filter (two CH filters per BPF) max. 12
BPF tray Two BPFs per tray max. 6
MSTU(PRT, H-pol)
MSTU(PRT, V-pol)

MSTU(M1, H-pol)

MSTU(M2, H-pol)

MSTU(M3, H-pol)
MSTU(M1, V-pol)

MSTU(M2, V-pol)

MSTU(M3, V-pol)

RF BEF Band elimination filters are added when 1-set


SPU innermost RF channel is allocated
block Cables Semi-rigid coaxial cables 1-set

RF SPU block
MSTU Main Signal Transmission Unit max. 8
Transmit output power
+29/+32 dBm for 4 to L8 GHz band
+29 dBm for 11 GHz band
+27 dBm for 13 GHz band max. 4
MSTU with XPIC
Coaxial cables Three coaxial cables with connectors max. 4-set
BSW INTF
OCC INTF

OCC INTF
BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)

BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)
TCU X
TCU Y

both ends, between RF SPUs per


HK1
HK2

RF channel
CISU
block CISU block
SV Supervisory Unit for RPS1 & RPS2 1
SV
BSW Baseband switch unit for STM-1 electrical a (a+b=max.6)
TCU Timing Control Unit 1
1 as option
CB HK Housekeeping Unit max. 2
OCC INTF Occasional Traffic Interface Unit (option) max. 2
OPT BSW (*1) Baseband Switch Unit for optical interface b
UIA Connectors TERM without MSP function (option)
block OCC OPT Occasional Traffic Interface Unit for optical max. 2
interface (optical)
VF VF module for RUC on SV unit (option) max. 2
DIGITAL 64 kbit/s module for RUC on SV unit (option) max. 2
CB Circuit Power Breaker

UIA block Connectors for external equipment


TERM DC power supply terminal for dual-feed

*1: Unit mixture of STM-1 electrical and optical without MSP is available.

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Figure 4-4. Typical Rack Configuration for 2x(7+1) Operation (Model: AP-3) for STM-1
electrical and/or STM-1 optical without MSP interface

V(H) V(H) H(V) H(V)


Main-port SD-port Main-port SD-port

Rack/Shelf/Unit/Module Description Quantity

DUP ADPT DUP ADPT DUP System Configuration

ACU BPF BPF BPF BPF SD (1) Rack ETSI standard rack 1
block BPF BPF BPF BPF RX
BPF BPF BPF BPF TX (2) Initial shelf (type-1) 1
ACU block
DUP Transmit-Receive duplexer max. 2
ADPT Adaptor for SD reception (option) max. 2
BPF Band Pass Filter (two CH filters per BPF) max. 12
BPF tray Two BPFs per tray max. 6
MSTU(PRT, H-pol)
MSTU(PRT, V-pol)

MSTU(M1, H-pol)

MSTU(M2, H-pol)

MSTU(M3, H-pol)
MSTU(M1, V-pol)

MSTU(M2, V-pol)

MSTU(M3, V-pol)

RF BEF Band elimination filters are added when 1-set for Tx(Rx)
SPU innermost RF channel is allocated
block Cables Semi-rigid coaxial cables 1-set

RF SPU block
MSTU Main Signal Transmission Unit max. 8
Transmit output power max. 8
+29/+32 dBm for 4 to L8 GHz band
+29 dBm for 11 GHz band
+27 dBm for 13 GHz band
Coaxial cables Three coaxial cables with connectors max. 4-set
both ends, between RF SPUs per
CCC ADPT I

CCC ADPT I
BSW INTF
BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)

BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)
TCU X
TCU Y

RF channel
HK1
HK2

CISU block
CISU SV Supervisory Unit for RPS1 & RPS2 1
block BSW Baseband switch unit for STM-1 electrical a (a+b=max.6)
TCU Timing Control Unit 1
SV
1 as option
HK Housekeeping Unit max. 2
OPT BSW (*1) Baseband Switch Unit for optical interface b
CB VF VF module for RUC on SV unit (option) max. 2
DIGITAL 64 kbit/s module for RUC on SV unit (option) max. 2
CCC ADPT I Inter-shelf cable adaptor for Initial Shelf max. 2
UIA Connectors TERM CB Circuit Power Breaker
block UIA block Connectors for external equipment
TERM DC power supply terminal for dual-feed

(3) Expansion shelf


BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF Band Pass Filter (two CH filters per BPF) max. 12
BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF tray Two BPFs per tray max. 6
BPF BPF BPF BPF BEF Band elimination filters are added when 1-set for Rx(Tx)
innermost RF channel is allocated
Cables Semi-rigid coaxial cables 1-set

RF SPU block
MSTU Main Signal Transmission Unit max. 8
MSTU(M4, H-pol)

MSTU(M5, H-pol)

MSTU(M6, H-pol)

MSTU(M7, H-pol)
MSTU(M4, V-pol)

MSTU(M5, V-pol)

MSTU(M6, V-pol)

MSTU(M7, V-pol)

Transmit output power max. 8


+29/+32 dBm for 4 to L8 GHz band
+29 dBm for 11 GHz band
+27 dBm for 13 GHz band
MSTU with XPIC
Coaxial cables Three coaxial cables with connectors max. 4-set
both ends, between RF SPUs per
RF channel
CISU block
BSW Baseband switch unit a' (a'+b'=max.8)
OCC INTF Occasional Traffic Interface Unit (option) max. 2
OPT BSW (*1) Baseband switch unit for optical interface b'
CCC ADPT E

CCC ADPT E
OCC INTF

OCC INTF
BSW(M4)
BSW(M5)
BSW(M6)
BSW(M7)

BSW(M4)
BSW(M5)
BSW(M6)
BSW(M7)

without MSP function (option)


OCC OPT Occasional Traffic Interface Unit for optical max. 2
interface (option)
CCC ADPT E Inter-shelf adaptor for Expansion Shelf max. 2
CB Circuit Power Breaker
Connectors TERM UIA block Connectors for external equipment
TERM DC power supply terminal for dual-feed

*1: Unit mixture of STM-1 electrical and optical without MSP is available.

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Figure 4-5. Typical Rack Configuration for 2x(7+1) Operation (Model: AP-4) for STM-1
electrical and/or STM-1 optical without MSP interface (expansion radio with
the existing N+1 ACCP/ACAP TRuepoint 6500 radio)
V(H) V(H) V(H) V(H)
Main-port SD-port Main-port SD-port
Rack/Shelf/Unit/Module Description Quantity
DUP ADPT DUP ADPT DUP System Configuration

ACU BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF SD


(1) Rack ETSI standard rack 1
block BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF RX
BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF TX
(2) Initial shelf (type-1) 1
ACU block
DUP Transmit-Receive duplexer 1
ADPT Adaptor for SD reception (option) 1
RF BPF Band Pass Filter (two CH filters per BPF) max. 12
MSTU(PRT)

MSTU(PRT)
MSTU(M1)

MSTU(M2)

MSTU(M3)

MSTU(M4)

MSTU(M5)

MSTU(M6)

MSTU(M7)

MSTU(M1)

MSTU(M2)

MSTU(M3)

MSTU(M4)

MSTU(M5)

MSTU(M6)

MSTU(M7)
SPU BPF tray Two BPFs per tray max. 6
block
BEF Band elimination filters are added when 1-set
innermost RF channel is allocated
Cables Semi-rigid coaxial cables 1-set

RF SPU block
MSTU Main Signal Transmission Unit N+1
Transmit output power N=max. 7
+29/+32 dBm for 4 to L8 GHz band
BSW INTF

BSW INTF
OCC INTF

OCC INTF
BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)
BSW(M4)
BSW(M5)
BSW(M6)
BSW(M7)

BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)
BSW(M4)
BSW(M5)
BSW(M6)
BSW(M7)
+29 dBm for 11 GHz band
+27 dBm for 13 GHz band
CISU
MSTU with XPIC
block
Coaxial cables Three coaxial cables with connectors max. 4-set
both ends, between RF SPUs per
RF channel only for N+1 co-channel
operation
CB CB
CISU block
BSW Baseband switch unit for STM-1 electrical a (a+b=N)
UIA Connectors TERM Connectors TERM OCC INTF Occasional Traffic Interface Unit (option) 1
block OPT BSW (*1) Baseband Switch Unit for STM-1 optical b
interface without MSP function (option)
OCC OPT Occasional Traffic Interface Unit for optical 1
interface (optical)
BSW INTF Baseband Switch Interface Unit 1
CB Circuit Power Breaker

BBIU UIA block Connectors for external equipment


shelf TERM DC power supply terminal for dual-feed

*1: Unit mixture of STM-1 electrical and optical with MSP is available.

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Figure 4-6. Typical Rack Configuration for 3+1 Double Terminal Operation (Model: AP-5) for
STM-1 electrical and/or STM-1 optical without MSP interface

V(H) V(H) H(V) H(V)


Main-port SD-port Main-port SD-port

Rack/Shelf/Unit/Module Description Quantity

DUP ADPT DUP ADPT DUP System Configuration

ACU BPF BPF BPF BPF SD (1) Rack ETSI standard rack 1
block BPF BPF BPF BPF RX
BPF BPF BPF BPF TX (2) Initial shelf (type-1) 1
ACU block
DUP Transmit-Receive duplexer 2
ADPT Adaptor for SD reception (option) max. 2
BPF Band Pass Filter (two CH filters per BPF) max. 12
BPF tray Two BPFs per tray max. 6
MSTU(PRT, H-pol)
MSTU(PRT, V-pol)

MSTU(M1, H-pol)

MSTU(M2, H-pol)

MSTU(M3, H-pol)
MSTU(M1, V-pol)

MSTU(M2, V-pol)

MSTU(M3, V-pol)

RF BEF Band elimination filters are added when 1-set


SPU innermost RF channel is allocated
block Cables Semi-rigid coaxial cables 1-set

RF SPU block
MSTU Main Signal Transmission Unit max. 8
Transmit output power
+29/+32 dBm for 4 to L8 GHz band
+29 dBm for 11 GHz band
+27 dBm for 13 GHz band max. 4
MSTU with XPIC
CISU block
OCC INTF

OCC INTF
BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)

BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)
TCU X
TCU Y

SV Supervisory Unit for RPS1 & RPS2 2


HK1
HK2

BSW Baseband switch unit for STM-1 electrical a (a+b=max.6)


CISU TCU Timing Control Unit 2
block 1 per direction
HK Housekeeping Unit max. 2
SV (A - B direction)
OCC INTF Occasional Traffic Interface Unit (option) max. 2
OPT BSW (*1) Baseband Switch Unit for optical interface b
SV (B - C direction)
without MSP function (option)
CB OCC OPT Occasional Traffic Interface Unit for optical max. 2
interface (optical)
VF VF module for RUC on SV unit (option) max. 2
UIA Connectors TERM DIGITAL 64 kbit/s module for RUC on SV unit (option) max. 2
block CB Circuit Power Breaker

UIA block Connectors for external equipment


TERM DC power supply terminal for dual-feed

*1: Unit mixture of STM-1 electrical and optical without MSP is available.

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Equipment Construction

The equipment construction is as follows:


Rack with shelf
ETSI standard rack as standard
2,200 (H) x 600 (W) x 345 (D) mm with shelf bonnet cover
Initial shelf with PCB back-board and cover
1,155 (H) x 490 (W) x 345 (D) mm with shelf cover
Expansion shelf with PCB back-board and cover
930 (H) x 490 (W) x 345 (D) mm with shelf cover
Slide-In-Units (SIU)
RF branching network
On the PCB back-board of shelf, there are connectors and DC power supply terminals
as follows:
Multi-pin and coaxial connectors for data
Multi-pin connectors for alarm and status output for housekeeping bits
Power supply terminal from power supply system and non-fuse breaker
Initial/expansion shelves comprise the Antenna Coupling unit (ACU) block, RF signal
processing unit (RF SPU) block, baseband interface, control interface and service
channel (CISU) block and user interface area (UIA) block. A multi-layer PCB
back-board is used for plug-in units.
Multi-pin connectors on the back-board are high-reliability type and have the facilities
of protection against mis-insertion.
The RF branching network is housed above the RF SPU block. The RF branching
network consists of RF band pass filters and circulators for RF channel separation.
Connection between the RF branching network and the MSTU units are made by
semi-rigid coaxial cables with SMA connectors via an MSTU adapter.
All units are plug-in type and no wiring is required during installation and
maintenance. Units have card-pullers for easy card extraction and unit locking. All
units can be accessed from the front of the rack.

Connections
Inter-Rack
No inter-rack cabling and connections are required to the PCB back-board except
2x(N+1) CCDP operation with the existing TRuepoint 6500 radio equipment.

Inter-Shelf Connections
Only for 2x(7+1) CCDP operation, Inter-shelf connection cabling and connections
between initial and expansion shelves are needed.
For details, please refer to the Installation and Maintenance manual.

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Unit Construction

Unit Construction is shown in Table 4-2.


Table 4-2. Unit Construction of TRuepoint 6500

Item Slide-in-Unit Name/ module Abbreviation Remarks

1 Branching Unit BRU

2 Main Signal Transmission Unit MSTU +29 dBm/+32 dBm for 4-L8 GHz
+29 dBm for 11 GHz
+27 dBm for 13 GHz

3 Supervisory SV SV for RPS1 or


SV for RPS1 and RPS2 having
8-item DI and 4-item DO

4 Baseband Switch BSW For STM-1 electrical interface

5 Baseband Switch for optical OPT BSW1 Code S-1.1 without MSP function
interface 1

6 Baseband Switch for optical OPT BSW2 Code L-1.1 without MSP function
interface 2

7 Occasional Traffic Interface for OCC INTF Low priority traffic using PRT
STM-1 electrical interface channel

8 Occasional Traffic Interface for OPT OCC Low priority traffic using PRT
STM-1 optical interface channel

9 Timing Control Unit TCU TCU-X and TCU-Y available

10 Housekeeping1 HK Max. 36-item remote control and


max.72-item supervisory

11 Baseband Switch Interface BSW INTF Interconnection between GP1 and


GP2 RPS groups

12 Inter-shelf cable adaptor CCC ADPT I For initial shelf

13 Inter-shelf cable adaptor CCC ADPT E For expansion shelf

14 AUX-LAN Converter unit AUX/LAN CONV LAN extension through UC/WS

15 Orderwire 4W Analog Branching OWBR 4 in/out for E1 and E2 lines


Unit

16 User Interface Area UIA Connectors and DC power


terminal/no circuit breaker area
1. When OPT BSW unit is configured, HK1 unit is needed only for Supervisory/Remote Control
(SV/RC) of OPT BSW unit (4-DI and 2-DO per OPT BSW).
In case of maximum 7-OPT BSW and OPT OCC unit for N+1 operation, total numbers of DI/DO
items become 32-DI/16-DO, that is, HK1 is fully occupied by SV/RC of OPT BSW.

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Weight

Weight of each Unit and equipment are shown in Table 4-3.


Table 4-3. Typical Weight of Each Unit and TRuepoint 6500 Equipment1

Unit Rack Weight 3+1 with SD 7+1 with SD 2x(3+1) with SD


(kg)
Qty. Weight Qty. Weight Qty Weight
(kg) (kg) (kg)

MSTU (+adpt) 7.0 4 28 8 56 8 56

SV 1.5 1 1.5 1 1.5 1 1.5

BSW 0.4 3 1.2 7 2.8 6 2.4

OPT BSW1 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0

OPT BSW2 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0

OCC INTF 0.3 1 0.3 1 0.3 2 0.6

OPT OCC 0.3 0 0 0 0 0 0

TCU 0.4 1 0.4 1 0.4 1 0.4

HK 0.4 2 0.8 2 0.8 2 0.8

BSW INTF 0.4 0 0 0 0 1 0.4

ESTI Rack 36 1 36 1 36 1 36

Initial shelf 28 1 28 1 28 1 28

Expansion shelf 26 0 0 0 0 0 0

Cover 2.5 1 2.5 1 2.5 1 2.5

ACU DUP 0.5 1 0.5 2 1 2 1

ADPT 0.5 1 0.5 2 1 2 1

FIL 0.6 6 3.6 12 7.2 12 7.2

Cable 0.1 21 2.1 42 4.2 42 4.2

FIL Tray 0.6 6 3.6 12 7.2 12 7.2

Weight (typ.) 105.3 148.9 149.2

1
For this system example, conditions are as follows: (1) With SD, (2) STM-1 electrical interface, (3) With occasional
traffic interface, (4) Non-Protected TCU, (5) 36-item remote control and 72-item supervision for housekeeping, (6)
ETSI rack.

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Chapter 5. Environmental
Specification

Environmental Condition

Not In-Use Condition


Table 5-1 shows the environmental conditions when the TRuepoint 6500 radio
equipment is not operational (not in-use).
Table 5-1. Environmental Condition when not in-use

Item Description

Storage Specification In accordance with ETSI EN 300 019-1-1 V2.1.4 (2003-04)

Class Class 1.3: Not-weatherprotected storage locations

Climatic Low air temperature: -33C


condition High air temperature: 40C
Low relative humidity: 15%
High relative humidity: 100%
Low absolute humidity: 0.25 g/m3
High absolute humidity: 29 g/m3

Altitude Up to 4,500 m

Transportation Specification In accordance with ETSI EN 300 019-1-2 V2.1.4 (2003-04)

Class Class 2.3: Public transportation

Climatic Low temperature air: -40C


condition High temperature air, unventilated enclosures: 70C
High temperature air, ventilated enclosures or outdoor air:
40C
Change of temperature, air/air: -40/30C
Change of temperature, air/water: 40/5C
Relative humidity w/o rapid temperature changes: 95%/45C
Relative humidity w/rapid temperature changes: 95%/-40/
30C
Absolute humidity w/ rapid temperature changes: 60%/70/
15C

Altitude Up to 15,000 m

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Figure 5-1. Climatogram for class 1.3: Not weatherprotected storage


locations

50

40

30
25

20

Absolute Air Humidity [g/m3]


Air Temperature [ ]

10

-10

-20

-30
0.26

-40

-50

-60
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Relative Air Humidity [ ]

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In-Use Condition
Table 5-2 shows the environmental conditions when the TRuepoint 6500 radio
equipment is operational (in-use).
Table 5-2. Environmental Condition when in-use

Item Description

Stationary use Specification In accordance with ETSI EN 300 019-1-3 V2.2.2 (2004-07)

Class Class 3.2: Partly temperature-controlled locations

Climatic Low air temperature: -5C


condition High air temperature: 45C
Low relative humidity: 5%
High relative humidity: 95%
Low absolute humidity: 1 g/m3
High absolute humidity: 25 g/m3

Amplitude Up to 4,500 m

Figure 5-2. Climatogram for class 3.2: Partly temperature-controlled


locations

50

40

Absolute Air Humidity [g/m3]


Air Temperature

30
29

20

10

-10

1
-20
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Relative Air Humidity [ ]

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Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC)

EMC requirements are in accordance with ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.5.1 (2004-11) and
ETSI EN 301 489-4 V1.3.1 (2002-08).

EMC Emission
Table 5-3 shows the EMC emission test method and limits.
Table 5-3. EMC Emission Test Method and Limits

Phenomenon Application Requirement

Radiated Enclosure of ancillary Limits (10 m measuring distance)


emission equipment 40 dBV/m for 30 MHz to 230 MHz
47 dBV/m for >230 MHz to 1,000 MHz

Conducted DC power input/output Limits (Quasi-peak):


emission ports 66 to 56 dBV for 0.15 MHz to 0.5 MHz
56 dBV for >0.5 MHz to 5 MHz
60 dBV for >5 MHz to 30 MHz
Limits (Average):
56 to 46 dBV for 0.15 MHz to 0.5 MHz
46 dBV for >0.5 MHz to 5 MHz
50 dBV for >5 MHz to 30 MHz

Conducted Telecommunication port Voltage Limits (Quasi-peak)


emission 84 to 74 dBV for 0.15 MHz to 0.5 MHz
74 dBV/ for 0.5 MHz to 30 MHz
Voltage Limits (Average):
74 to 64 dBV for 0.15 MHz to 0.5 MHz
64 dBV for 0.5 MHz to 30 MHz
Current Limits (Quasi-peak):
40 to 30 dBA for 0.15 MHz to 0.5 MHz
30 dBA for 0.5 MHz to 30 MHz
Current Limits(Average):
30 to 20 dBA for 0.15 MHz to 0.5 MHz
20 dBA for 0.5 MHz to 30 MHz

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Immunity
Table 5-4 shows the Immunity test methods and conditions.
Table 5-4. Immunity Test Method and Conditions

Phenomenon Application Requirement

RF Enclosure a) 3 V/m (measured unmodulated) test level, amplitude


electromagnetic modulated to a depth of 80% by a sinusoidal signal of
field 1,000 MHz.
80 to 2000 MHz b) Test shall be performed over the frequency range 80
and 1400 to MHz to 1000 MHz and 1400 MHz to 2000 MHz
2700 MHz
Result: EUT operates without any recorded errors in
main signal during the test.

Electrostatic Enclosure a) Test severity level for contact discharge shall be 4 kV


discharge and for air discharge 8 kV. All other details, including
intermediate test levels, are contained within EN
61000-4-2.
b) Electrostatic discharges shall be applied to all exposed
surfaces of the EUT.
Result: EUT operates without any recorded errors in
main signal during the test.

Fast transients Signal, a) Test level for signal ports, telecommunication ports
common mode telecommunication and control ports shall be 0.5 kV open circuit voltage.
and control ports, b) Test level for DC power inputs shall be 0.5 kV open
DC power ports circuit voltage.
Result: EUT operates without any recorded errors in
main signal during the test.

RF common Signal, a) Test level shall be severity level 2 corresponding to 3


mode 0.15 to 80 telecommunication Vrms unmodulated. Test signal shall be amplitude
MHz and control ports, modulated to a depth of 80% by a sinusoidal audio signal
DC power ports of 1,000 Hz.
b) Test shall be performed over 150 kHz to 80 MHz.
c) The stepped frequency increments shall be 1% of
frequency increment of the momentary frequency in the
frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz.
Result: EUT operates without any recorded errors in
main signal during the test.

Surges, Telecommunication a) Test level for telecommunication ports, intended to


line to line and ports indoor cables (longer than 10m) shall be 0.5 kV line to
line to ground ground.
b) Test generator shall provide the 1.2us/50us pulse
Result: EUT operates without any recorded disturbance
during the test.

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Safety

TRuepoint 6500 radio equipment is designed to meet the Safety Requirements in


accordance with IEC/EN 60950-1 Second edition (2005-12) as follows.

Item Principles of Safety

General To design safe equipment, priority design measures are to:


principles of (1) specify design criteria to eliminate, reduce or guard against
Safety hazards;
(2) specify the use of protective means independent of the
equipment;
(3) specify the provision of markings and instructions regarding
the residual risks.

Hazards Well designed to reduce the risk of injury or damage due to:
(1) electric shock;
(2) energy related hazards;
(3) fire;
(4) heat related hazards;
(5) mechanical hazards;
(6) radiation;
(7) chemical hazards;

Materials and Materials and components used are:


components (1) so selected and arranged in a reliable manner for the
anticipated life of the equipment without creating a hazard and
would not contribute significantly to the development of a
serious fire hazard.
(2) Components are within ratings under normal conditions and
do not create a hazard under fault conditions.

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MTBF

MTBF of TRuepoint 6500 Slide-In-Unit (SIU) and ACU are shown in Table 5-5.
Table 5-5. MTBF of Slide-in-Unit

Unit1 FITS MTBF MTBF


(calculated) k-hour (calculated) year (calculated)

MSTU 12,250 81.6 9.3

DEQL* 700 1,430 163

FAN* 330 3,030 346

BSW 250 4,000 457

OPT BSW (S11) 3,760 266 30

BSW INTF 500 2,000 228

OCC INTF 700 1,430 163

OPT OCC 3,510 285 32.5

SV 4,420 226 25.8

TCU 2,240 446 50

HK 460 2,174 248

AUX/LAN CONV

OWBR 2500
1. Item marked with an * is mounted on the MSTU.

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Table 5-6. Faiure Rate for Main Units of TR6500, Acutal 54 year MTBO/39 year MTBF for TR
pair1
Unit Actual Field Records MTBF Ratio
Name Actual vs.
# of Shipment1 # of MTBF MTBF FIT3 Operation
Theoretical
(Accum.) Failure2 (Hour) (Year) Hours
(Accum.)

MSTU 9929 187 474,158 54 2109 88,667,615 5.8

SV 2421 57 350,263 40 2855 19,964,974 1.5

BSW 5274 1 52,631,579 6008 19 52,631,579 13.2

TCU 2903 14 1,953,125 223 512 27,343,750 4.4

Total MTBF based on 259 342,346 39 5495 88,667,615 6.6


in-service
hours of MSTU
1. Accumulated number of shipments: Data from 2003 May to 2007 September 7.
2. Accumulated number of unit failures in field: Shipped products druing the period of 2003 May to 2007
Septebmer 7. Failure by cutomers responsibility, lighting damage or NFF (No Fault Found) cases are not
included.
3. FIT: Failure in 10^9 hours.

Table 5-7. MTBF of RF Branching Network

ACU MTBF 1+1 with SD 3+1 with SD 7+1 with SD


component (Fit)
Qty MTBF (Fit) Qty MTBF (Fit) Qty MTBF (Fit)

DUP 10 1 10 1 10 2 20

ADPT 10 1 10 1 10 2 20

FIL 50 3 150 6 300 12 600

Cable 5 12 60 21 105 42 210

MTBF (year) 230 (450) 425 (260) 850 (130)

Actual MTBF value is estimated 3 to 5 times better than the calculated


one from the field data of the TRuepoint 6500 series digital microwave
radio.

1 MTBO: Mean Time Between Outage = MSTU + BSW. Plug-in units not included in this calculation DEQL, FAN, POT
BSW, BSW INFT, OCC INFT, HK and ACU components.

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General

The power supply voltage to all equipment is DC with positive ground.


DC input voltage, 48 V +/- 25% (36 V to 60 V).
Power supply circuits of all the equipment have the provisioning as follows:
Over current protection (Secondary)
Over voltage protection (Secondary)
Surge protection (Primary):Vp = 0.5 kV (IEC61000-4-5)
Rise and fall time (Vp/2): tr = 1.2 sec, tf = 50 sec.
The power supply terminal for dual-feed DC power supply (system-X and system-Y) is
located on user interface area (UIA) and circuit power breakers are located on each
MSTU unit and UIA block.
Circuit power breakers on UIA block are for SV unit, TCU-X and TCU-Y units.

DC Power Supply Feed

The DC power supply feed from station DC power system is made at DC power terminal
located on user interface area (UIA) block.
The schematic block diagram is shown in Figure 6-1.
The main function of the DC power supply feed is as follows:
1. Single-feed or dual-feed (System-X and System-Y)
2. Circuit breaker for unit
- One circuit power breaker for each MSTU unit(on unit front)
- One circuit power breaker for SV unit (on CISU block)
- One circuit power breaker for TCU-X unit (on CISU block)
- One circuit power breaker for TCU-Y unit (on CISU block)
3. DC power feeding to CISU units
- BSW/BSW INTF: from MSTU of PROT CH
- OPT BSW/OPT OCC: -48V DC power after having connected two power
supplies (system X and system Y)
- HK/AUX LAN CONV/OWBR: from SV unit
- OCC INTF: DC power is not required

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Figure 6-1. DC power connection to the UIA block


-48V DC Power
from Office Power Supply

W/ C W/ C W- C W/ C DUP

BPF BPF BPF BPF SD ACU


BPF BPF BPF BPF RX
BPF BPF BPF BPF TX
DC power cable
AWG8 to AWG11
MSTU(PRT, V-pol)

MSTU(PRT, H-pol)

MSTU(M1, H-pol)

MSTU(M2, H-pol)

MSTU(M3, H-pol)
MSTU(M1, V-pol)

MSTU(M2, V-pol)

MSTU(M3, V-pol)
RF SPU

Circuit power breaker on


each RF SPU unit front

BSW INTF
BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)

BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)
TCU-X
TCU-Y
HK1
HK2

CISU

SV Circuit power breaker

CB

UIA Connectors TERM


Dual-feed available
both system-X and
system-Y

M8 stud with
Expansion Shelf
washer for
cable fixture

Dual-feed available
UIA Connectors TERM
both system-X and
system-Y

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Safety Information of DC Power Supply Feed

Safety information on the DC power supply feed is in accordance with EN 60950 as


shown in Table 6-1.
Table 6-1. Safety Information of DC Power Supply Feed

No. Item Description Remarks

1 Max. Equipment power 1,120 W 7+1 & +32dBm output


consumption per shelf

2 Rated current of equipment 18.6 A to 31 A Within 48 V +/- 25%


(-36 to 60 V)

3 Nominal cross-sectional area 4.0 to 10.0 mm2


(mm2) of power supply cable

4 AWG or kcmil AWG8 to AWG11


(cross-sectional area in mm2) recommended

5 Nominal diameter of fixing stud on 4 mm with washer (M4) 8 mm with washer


DC power feed terminal (min.) recommended for 25 to 32 A (M8) is used.

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Unit Power Consumption

The power consumption of each unit is shown in Table 6-2.


Table 6-2. Power Consumption of each unit (guaranteed)

No. Unit Pc (W) Remarks

1 MSTU 135(110*) + 32 dBm output with SD

2 MSTU 110(100*) + 29 dBm output with SD

3 MSTU 135(110*) For 11/13 GHz band

4 SV 16

5 TCU 10

6 BSW 2

7 OPT BSW 1 7 Optical interface(Code S-1.1)

8 OPT BSW 2 7 Optical interface (Code L-1.1)

9 BSW INTF 2

10 OCC INTF 0.2

11 OPT OCC 6

12 HK1 5

13 HK2 5

Unit power consumption includes the efficiency of power supply unit


(75%).

Above figures are guaranteed value including environmental conditions


and primary power voltage variance within 36 to 60 V. Figures marked
with a * are typical value.

The power consumption figure, Pc given for the MSTU is quoted for
maximum RF power output (ATPC ON HIGH). For most of the operation
time, the consumption will be approximately 20% less, due to the
action of the ATPC (When the propagation condition is moderate without
fading, ATPC is set to OFF POWER LOW).

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Equipment Power Consumption

The power consumption of various types of equipment are shown in the following
tables.
Table 6-3. Power Consumption for N+1, ACCP/ACAP Operation +32 dBm,
STM-1 electrical interface
Equipment/ No. of No. of Power (W) Power (W) Comments
Block MSTUs CISUs ATPC Hi ATPC Lo

1+1 Terminal 2 1 300 240 with SD,


without
3+1 Terminal 4 1 570 460 optional
cards
7+1 Terminal 8 1 1120 930

1+1 Repeater 4 2 600 480

3+1 Repeater 8 2 1140 920

7+1 Repeater 16 2 2240 1800

Table 6-4. Power Consumption for N+1, ACCP/ACAP Operation +29 dBm,
STM-1 electrical interface
Equipment/ No. of No. of Power (W) Power (W) Comments
Block MSTUs CISUs ATPC Hi ATPC Lo

1+1 Terminal 2 1 250 200 with SD,


without
3+1 Terminal 4 1 480 380 optional
cards
7+1 Terminal 8 1 930 740

1+1 Repeater 4 2 500 400

3+1 Repeater 8 2 960 768

7+1 Repeater 16 2 1860 1490

Table 6-5. Power Consumption for 2x(N+1), CCDP Operation +32 dBm,
STM-1 electrical interface
Equipment/Block No. of No. of Power (W) Power (W) Comments
MSTUs CISUs ATPC Hi ATPC Lo

2x (1+1) Terminal 4 1 570 460 with SD,


without
2x (3+1) Terminal 8 1 1120 930 optional
cards
2x (7+1) Terminal 16 2 2200 1760

2x (1+1) Repeater 8 2 1140 920

2x (3+1) Repeater 16 2 2240 1800

2x (7+1) Repeater 32 4 4400 3520

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Table 6-6. Power Consumption for 2x(N+1), CCDP Operation+29 dBm,


STM-1 electrical interface
Equipment/Block No. of No. of Power (W) Power (W) Comments
MSTUs CISUs ATPC Hi ATPC Lo

2x (1+1) Terminal 4 1 480 380 with SD,


without
2x (3+1) Terminal 8 1 930 740 optional
cards
2x (7+1) Terminal 16 2 1830 1465

2x (1+1) Repeater 8 2 960 770

2x (3+1) Repeater 16 2 1860 1490

2x (7+1) Repeater 32 4 2660 2130

Table 6-7. Power Consumption for N+1, ACCP/ACAP Operation+32 dBm,


STM-1 optical interface
Equipment/ No. of No. of Power (W) Power (W) Comments
Block MSTUs CISUs ATPC Hi ATPC Lo

1+1 Terminal 2 1 305 244 with SD,


without
3+1 Terminal 4 1 580 464 optional
cards
7+1 Terminal 8 1 1155 924

1+1 Repeater 4 2 600 480

3+1 Repeater 8 2 1140 915

7+1 Repeater 16 2 2260 1810

Table 6-8. Power Consumption for N+1, ACCP/ACAP Operation +29 dBm,
STM-1 optical interface
Equipment/ No. of No. of Power (W) Power (W) Comments
Block MSTUs CISUs ATPC Hi ATPC Lo

1+1 Terminal 2 1 255 205 with SD,


without
3+1 Terminal 4 1 490 395 optional
cards
7+1 Terminal 8 1 965 775

1+1 Repeater 4 2 500 400

3+1 Repeater 8 2 1160 930

7+1 Repeater 16 2 1830 1465

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Table 6-9. Power Consumption for 2x(N+1), CCDP Operation +32 dBm,
STM-1 optical interface
Equipment/Block No. of No. of Power (W) Power (W) Comments
MSTUs CISUs ATPC Hi ATPC Lo

2x (1+1) Terminal 4 1 580 464 with SD,


without
2x (3+1) Terminal 8 1 1150 920 optional
cards
2x (7+1) Terminal 16 1 2270 1820

2x (1+1) Repeater 8 2 1140 920

2x (3+1) Repeater 16 2 2240 1800

2x (7+1) Repeater 32 4 4400 3520

Table 6-10. Power Consumption for 2x(N+1), CCDP Operation +29 dBm,
STM-1 optical interface
Equipment/Block No. of No. of Power (W) Power (W) Comments
MSTUs CISUs ATPC Hi ATPC Lo

2x (1+1) Terminal 4 1 490 395 with SD,


without
2x (3+1) Terminal 8 1 960 770 optional
cards
2x (7+1) Terminal 16 1 1900 1520

2x (1+1) Repeater 8 2 1160 930

2x (3+1) Repeater 16 2 1860 1490

2x (7+1) Repeater 32 4 3660 2930

Table 6-11. Power Consumption for 3+1, Double Terminal Operation +32
dBm, STM-1 optical interface
Equipment/ No. of No. of Power (W) Power (W) Comments
Block MSTUs CISUs ATPC Hi ATPC Lo

1+1 Double 4 1 580 465 with SD, without


Terminal optional cards

3+1 Double 8 1 1150 920


Terminal

Table 6-12. Power Consumption for 3+1, Double Terminal Operation +29
dBm, STM-1 optical interface
Equipment/ No. of No. of Power (W) Power (W) Comments
Block MSTUs CISUs ATPC Hi ATPC Lo

1+1 Double 4 1 490 395 with SD, without


Terminal optional cards

3+1 Double 8 1 960 770


Terminal

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Radio Frequency Plan

Table 7-1. ITU-R Recommendations

Band Radio Frequency Recommendation

4 GHz 3600-4200 MHz ITU-R Recommendation F.635-6 Annex-1 (05/01)

U4 GHz 3803.5-4203.5 MHz ITU-R Recommendation F.382-8 (04/06)

5 GHz 4400-5000 MHz ITU-R Recommendation F.1099-3 Annex-1 (02/99)

L6 GHz 5925-6425 MHz ITU-R Recommendation F.383-7 (05/01)

U6 GHz 6430-7110 MHz ITU-R Recommendation F.384-9 (04/06)

L7 GHz 7125-7425 MHz ITU-R Recommendation F.385-8 (01/05)

M7 GHz 7250-7550 MHz ITU-R Recommendation F.385-8 Annex-5 (01/05)

U7 GHz 7425-7725 MHz ITU-R Recommendation F.385-8 Annex-1 (01/05)

7W GHz 7110-7750 MHz ITU-R Recommendation F.385-8 Annex-3 (01/05)

L8 GHz 7725-8275 MHz ITU-R Recommendation F.386-7 Annex-6 (01/07)

K8 GHz 7900-8400 MHz ITU-R Recommendation F.386-7 Annex-3 (01/07)

11 GHz 10,700-11,700 MHz ITU-R Recommendation F.387-10 paragraph 1.1 (02/06)

ITU-R Recommendation F.387-10 paragraph 1.2 (02/06)

13 GHz 12,750-13,250 ITU-R Recommendation F.497-6 (02/99)

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4 GHz band
Table 7-2. 4 GHz band

Band Radio Frequency Description


(GHz) (MHz)

4 3600-4200 Center Frequency 3900 MHz


Guard band 20 MHz (Lower band and Upper band)
Center gap 80 MHz
40 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
80 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
320 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing
6+1 protection system for ACCP/ACAP operation
2x(6+1) protection system for CCDP operation
Specified RF frequency is shown in Figure 7-1.

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Figure 7-1. 4 GHz Band Frequency Allocation (ITU-R Rec. F. 635-6 Annex-1)

a) ACAP operation

600 MHz
20 MHz 320 MHz 20 MHz
80 MHz
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

V (H)

40 MHz 80 MHz

b) ACAP operation

600 MHz
20 MHz 320 MHz 20 MHz
80 MHz
1 3 5 7 1 3 5 7

V (H)
H (V)

2 4 6 2 4 6
c) CCDP operation

600 MHz
20 MHz 320 MHz 20 MHz
80 MHz
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

V (H)
H (V)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1x 2x 3x 4x 5x 6x 7x
Go (Return) Return (Go)
RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz) RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz)

1 3620.0 1 3940.0

2 3660.0 2 3980.0

3 3700.0 3 4020.0

4 3740.0 4 4060.0

5 3780.0 5 4100.0

6 3820.0 6 4140.0

7 3860.0 7 4180.0

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Upper 4 GHz band


Table 7-3. Upper 4 GHz band

Band Radio Frequency Description


(GHz) (MHz)

U4 3803.5-4203.5 Center Frequency 4003.5 MHz


Guard band 21 MHz (Lower band and Upper band)
Center gap 68 MHz
29 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
56 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
213 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing
5+1 protection system for ACCP/ACAP operation
2x(5+1) protection system for CCDP operation
Specified RF frequency is shown in Figure 7-2.

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Figure 7-2. U4 GHz Band Frequency Allocation (ITU-R Rec. F.382-8)

a) ACCP operation

400 MHz
213 MHz 21 MHz
21 MHz

1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6

V (H)

29 MHz 68 MHz

b) ACAP operation

400 MHz
21 MHz 213 MHz
21 MHz
58 MHz
1 3 5 1 3 5

V (H)
H (V)

2 4 6 2 4 6
c) CCDP operation

400 MHz
21 MHz 213 MHz
21 MHz
58 MHz
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6

V (H)

H (V)

1 2 3 4 5 6 1x 2x 3x 4x 5x 6x
Go (Return) Return (Go)
RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz) RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz)

1 3824.5 1 4037.5

2 3853.5 2 4066.5

3 3882.5 3 4095.5

4 3911.5 4 4124.5

5 3940.5 5 4153.5

6 3969.5 6 4182.5

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5 GHz band
Table 7-4. 5 GHz band

Band Radio Frequency Description


(GHz) (MHz)

5 4400-5000 Center frequency 4700 MHz


Guard band 30 MHz (Lower band and upper band)
Center gap 60 MHz
40 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
80 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
300 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing
6+1 protection system for ACCP/ACAP operation
2x(6+1) protection system for CCDP operation
Specified RF frequency is shown in Figure 7-3.

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Figure 7-3. 5 GHz Band Frequency Allocation (ITu-R F.1099-3 Annex-1)

a) ACCP operation
600 MHz
300 MHz

40 30 MHz
30 MHz
80 MHz MHz 60 MHz
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

V (H)

b) ACAP operation
600 MHz
300 MHz

30 MHz 40
30 MHz
80 MHz MHz 60 MHz
1 3 5 7 1 3 5 7

V (H)
H (V)

2 4 6 2 4 6
c) CCDP operation
600 MHz

300 MHz
30 MHz 40
80 MHz MHz 60 MHz 30 MHz

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

V (H)
H (V)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1x 2x 3x 4x 5x 6x 7x
Go (Return) Return (Go)
RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz) RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz)

1 4430.0 1 4730.0

2 4470.0 2 4770.0

3 4510.0 3 4810.0

4 4550.0 4 4850.0

5 4590.0 5 4890.0

6 4630.0 6 4930.0

7 4670.0 7 4970.0

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Lower 6 GHz
Table 7-5. L6 GHz band

Band Radio Frequency Description


(GHz) (MHz)

L6 5925-6425 Center frequency 6175 MHz


Guard band 20.2 MHz (Lower band) and 20.21 MHz (Upper
band)
Center gap 44.49 MHz
29.65 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
56.30 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
252.04 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing
7+1 protection system for ACCP/ACAP operation
2x(7+1) protection system for CCDP operation
Specified RF frequency is shown in Figure 7-4.

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Figure 7-4. L6 GHz Band Frequency Allocation (ITU-R Rec. F. 383-7)

a) ACCP operation

500 MHz
20.2 252.04 MHz 20.21
MHz 59.30 MHz MHz
29.65 MHz 44.49 MHz

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V (H)

b) ACAP operation

500 MHz
20.2 252.04 MHz 20.21
MHz 59.30 MHz MHz
29.65 MHz 44.49 MHz

1 3 5 7 1 3 5 7

V (H)

H (V)

2 4 6 8 2 4 6 8
c) CCDP operation

500 MHz
20.2 252.04 MHz 20.21
MHz 59.30 MHz MHz
29.65 MHz 44.49 MHz

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V (H)
H (V)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1x 2x 3x 4x 5x 6x 7x 8x
Go (Return) Return (Go)
RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz) RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz)

1 5945.20 1 6197.24
2 5974.85 2 6226.89
3 6004.50 3 6256.54
4 6034.15 4 6286.19
5 6063.80 5 6315.84
6 6093.45 6 6345.49
7 6123.10 7 6375.14
8 6152.75 8 6404.79

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Upper 6 GHz band


Table 7-6. U6 GHz band

Band Radio Frequency Description


(GHz) (MHz)

U6 6430-7110 Center frequency 6770 MHz


Guard band 30 MHz(Lower band and upper band)
Center gap 60 MHz
40 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
80 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
340 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing
7+1 protection system for ACCP/ACAP operation
2x(7+1) protection system for CCDP operation
Specified RF frequency is shown in Figure 7-5.

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Figure 7-5. U6 GHz Band Frequency Allocation (ITU-R Rec. F. 384-9)

a) ACCP operation

680 MHz
30 340 MHz 30
MHz 80 MHz MHz
60 MHz
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V (H)

b) ACAP operation
680 MHz
30 340 MHz 30
MHz MHz
40 MHz 60 MHz

1 3 5 7 1 3 5 7

V (H)
H (V)

2 4 6 8 2 4 6 8
c) CCDP operation
680 MHz
30 340 MHz 30
MHz 40 MHz 60 MHz MHz

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V (H)

H (V)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1x 2x 3x 4x 5x 6x 7x 8x
Go (Return) Return (Go)
RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz) RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz)

1 6460.0 1 6800.0

2 6500.0 2 6840.0

3 6540.0 3 6880.0

4 6580.0 4 6920.0

5 6620.0 5 6960.0

6 6660.0 6 7000.0

7 6700.0 7 7040.0

8 6740.0 8 7080.0

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Lower 7 GHz band


Table 7-7. L7 GHz band

Band Radio Frequency Description


(GHz) (MHz)

L7 7125-7425 Center frequency 7275 MHz


Guard band 10 MHz(Lower band) and 17 MHz(upper band)
Center gap 49 MHz
28 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
56 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
161 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing
4+1 protection system for ACCP/ACAP operation
2x(4+1) protection system for CCDP operation
Specified RF frequency is shown in Figure 7-6.

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Figure 7-6. L7 GHz Band Frequency Allocation (ITU-R F. 385-8 Annex-1)

a) ACCP operation
300 MHz
161 MHz
10
MHz 17
56 MHz
MHz
28 MHz 49 MHz
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

V (H)

b) ACAP operation

300 MHz
161 MHz
10
MHz 56 MHz 17
MHz
49 MHz
28 MHz
1 3 5 1 3 5

V (H)

H (V)

2 4 2 4
c) CCDP operation

161 MHz
10
56 MHz 17
MHz
49 MHz MHz
28 MHz
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

V (H)
H (V)

1X 2X 3X 4X 5X 1X 2X 3X 4X 5X

Go (Return) Return (Go)


RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz) RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz)

1 7135 1 7296

2 7163 2 7324

3 7191 3 7352

4 7219 4 7380

5 7247 5 7408

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M7 GHz band
Table 7-8. M7 GHz band

Band Radio Frequency Description


(GHz) (MHz)

M7 7250-7550 Center frequency 7400 MHz


Guard band 17 MHz(Lower band) and 10 MHz(upper band)
Center gap 49 MHz
28 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
56 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
161 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing
4+1 protection system for ACCP/ACAP operation
2x(4+1) protection system for CCDP operation

Figure 7-7. M7 GHz Band Frequency Allocation (ITU-R Rec. F. 385-8)


Go (Return) Return (Go)
RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz) RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz)

1 7267 1 7428
2 7295 2 7456
3 7323 3 7484
4 7351 4 7512
5 7379 5 7540

Upper 7 GHz band


Table 7-9. U7 GHz band

Band Radio Frequency Description


(GHz) (MHz)

U7 7425-7725 Center frequency 7575 MHz


Guard band 17 MHz (Lower band and Upper band)
Center gap 42 MHz
28 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
56 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
154 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing
4+1 protection system for ACCP/ACAP operation
2x(4+1) protection system for CCDP operation
Specified RF frequency is shown in Figure 7-8.

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Figure 7-8. U7 GHz Band Frequency Allocation (ITU-R Rec. F. 385-8)

a) ACCP operation
300 MHz
154 MHz
17
56 MHz 17
MHz
42 MHz MHz
28 MHz
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

V (H)

b) ACAP operation
300 MHz
154 MHz
17 56 MHz
MHz 17
42 MHz
MHz
28 MHz
1 3 5 1 3 5

V (H)
H (V)

2 4 2 4

c) CCDP operation
300 MHz

56 MHz 154 MHz


17
MHz 42 MHz 17
28 MHz MHz

1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

V (H)
H (V)

1X 2X 3X 4X 5X 1X 2X 3X 4X 5X

Go (Return) Return (Go)


RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz) RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz)

1 7442 1 7596
2 7470 2 7624
3 7498 3 7652
4 7526 4 7680
5 7554 5 7708

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7W GHz band
Table 7-10. 7W GHz band

Band Radio Frequency Description


(GHz) (MHz)

7W 7110-7750 Center frequency of lower part of the band 7275 MHz


Center frequency of upper part of the band 7597 MHz
Guard band 11 MHz (Lower part of the band)
Guard band 13 MHz (Upper part of the band)
Center gap of lower part of the band 84 MHz
Center gap of higher part of the band 56 MHz
28 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
56 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
196 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing (lower part of the
band)
168 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing (upper part of the
band)
7+1 for ACCP/ACAP operation for lower and upper part of the
band separately
2x(7+1) for CCDP operation for lower and upper part of the
band separately
Specified RF frequency is shown in Figure 7-9.

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Figure 7-9. 7W GHz Band Frequency Allocation (ITU-R F.385-8 Annex-3)


a) ACCP operation

660 MHz
196 MHz 168 MHz
1l 2l 3l 4l 5l 1l 2l 3l 4l 5l 1h 2h 3h 4h 5h 1h 2h 3h 4h 5h

V (H)

28 MHz 54 MHz 28 MHz 42 MHz

(Go) Return Return (Go)

b) ACAP operation

660 MHz
196 MHz 168 MHz
1l 3l 5l 1l 3l 5l 2h 4h 2h 4h
V (H)

H (V)

2l 4l 2l 4l 1h 3h 5h 1h 3h 5h
28 MHz 54 MHz 28 MHz 42 MHz

c) CCDP operation

660 MHz
196 MHz 168 MHz
1l 2l 3l 4l 5l 1l 2l 3l 4l 5l 1h 2h 3h 4h 5h 1h 2h 3h 4h 5h

V (H)

H (V)

1lx 2lx 3lx 4lx 5lx 1lx 2lx 3lx 4lx 5lx 1hx 2hx 3hx 4hx 5hx 1hx 2hx 3hx 4hx 5hx

28 MHz 54 MHz 28 MHz 42 MHz

Go (Return) Return (Go)


RF CH RF (MHz) LOC (MHz) RF CH RF (MHz) LOC (MHz)

1L 7121 6277 1U 7457 6613

2L 7149 6305 2U 7485 6641

3L 7177 6333 3U 7513 6669

4L 7205 6361 4U 7541 6697

5L 7233 6389 5U 7569 6725

1L 7317 6473 1U 7625 6781

2L 7345 6501 2U 7653 6809

3L 7373 6529 3U 7681 6837

4L 7401 6557 4U 7709 6865

5L 7429 6585 5U 7737 6893

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Lower 8 GHz band


Table 7-11. L8 GHz band

Band Radio Frequency Description


(GHz) (MHz)

L8 7725-8275 Center frequency 8000 MHz


Guard band 22.7 MHz (Lower part of the band)
Guard band 8.43 MHz (Upper part of the band)
Center gap 103.77 MHz
29.65 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
56.30 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
311.32 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing
7+1 protection system for ACCP/ACAP operation
2x(7+1) protection system for CCDP operation
Specified RF frequency is shown in Figure 7-10.

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Figure 7-10. L8 GHz Band Frequency Allocation (ITU-R F. 386-6)

a) ACCP operation
550 MHz
22.7 311.32 MHz 8.43
MHz 59.30 MHz MHz
29.65 MHz 103.77 MHz
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V (H)

b) ACAP operation
550 MHz
22.7 311.32 MHz 8.43
59.30 MHz
MHz MHz
29.65 MHz 103.77 MHz

1 3 5 7 1 3 5 7

V (H)
H (V)

2 4 6 8 2 4 6 8
c) CCDP operation
550 MHz
22.7 311.32 MHz
59.30 MHz 8.43
MHz 29.65 MHz MHz
103.77 MHz

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V (H)
H (V)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1x 2x 3x 4x 5x 6x 7x 8x

Go (Return) Return (Go)


RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz) RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz)

1 7747.70 1 8059.02

2 7777.35 2 8088.67

3 7807.00 3 8118.32

4 7836.65 4 8147.97

5 7866.30 5 8177.62

6 7895.95 6 8207.27

7 7925.60 7 8236.92

8 7955.25 8 8266.57

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K8 GHz band
Table 7-12. K8 GHz band

Band Radio Frequency Description


(GHz) (MHz)

K8 7900-8400 Center frequency 8157 MHz


Guard band 12 MHz
Center gap 70 MHz
28 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
56 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
266 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing
7+1 protection system for ACCP/ACAP operation
2x(7+1) protection system for CCDP operation

11 GHz band
Table 7-13. 11 GHz band

Band Radio Frequency Description


(GHz) (MHz)

11 10700-11700 Center frequency 11200 MHz


Type 1
Guard band 15 MHz
Center gap 90 MHz
40 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
80 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
530 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing
7+1 protection system for ACCP/ACAP operation
2x(7+1) protection system for CCDP operation
Specified RF frequency is shown in Figure 7-11.

11 10700-11700 Center frequency 11200 MHz


Type 2
Guard band 35 MHz
Center gap 50 MHz
40 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
80 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
490 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing
7+1 protection system for ACCP/ACAP operation
2x(7+1) protection system for CCDP operation
Specified RF frequency is shown in Figure 7-12.

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Figure 7-11. 11 GHz Band Frequency Allocation (ITU-R Rec. F. 387-10 Type 1)
a) ACCP operation

1000 MHz
15
MHz 530 MHz 15 MHz
80 MHz 90 MHz
1 2 3 11 12 1 2 3 11 12

V (H)

40 MHz

b) ACAP operation

1000 MHz

15
MHz 530 MHz 15 MHz
80 MHz 90 MHz
11
1 3 1 3 11

V (H)
H (V)
12
2 2 12
40 MHz

c) CCDP operation

1000 MHz
15
MHz 80 MHz530 MHz 90 MHz 15 MHz
11 12
1 2 3 1 2 3 11 12

V (H)
H (V)

1x 2x 3x 11 12 1x 2x 3x 11x 12x
40 MHz

Go (Return) Return (Go)


RF CH RF FREQ (MHz) RF CH RF FREQ (MHz) RF CH RF FREQ (MHz) RF CH RF FREQ (MHz)

1 10715.0 7 10955.0 1 11245.0 7 11485.0

2 10755.0 8 10995.0 2 11285.0 8 11525.0

3 10795.0 9 11035.0 3 11325.0 9 11565.0

4 10835.0 10 11075.0 4 11365.0 10 11605.0

5 10875.0 11 11115.0 5 11405.0 11 11645.0

6 10915.0 12 11155.0 6 11445.0 12 11685.0

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Figure 7-12. 11 GHz Band Frequency Allocation (ITU-R Rec. F. 387-10 Type 2)
a) ACCP operation

1000 MHz
35
MHz 490 MHz 35 MHz
80 MHz 50 MHz
1 2 3 11 12 1 2 3 11 12

V (H)

40 MHz

b) ACAP operation

1000 MHz
35
MHz 490 MHz
35 MHz
80 MHz 50 MHz
1 3 12 1 3 12

V (H)
H (V)

2 11 2 11
40 MHz

c) CCDP operation

1000 MHz
35
MHz 490 MHz
80 MHz 35 MHz
50 MHz
1 2 3 11 12 1 2 3 11 12

V (H)
H (V)

1x 2x 3x 11 12 1x 2x 3x 11x 12x

40 MHz

Go (Return) Return (Go)


RF CH RF FREQ (MHz) RF CH RF FREQ (MHz) RF CH RF FREQ (MHz) RF CH RF FREQ (MHz)

1 10735.0 7 10975.0 1 11225.0 7 11465.0

2 10775.0 8 11015.0 2 11265.0 8 11505.0

3 10815.0 9 11055.0 3 11305.0 9 11545.0

4 10855.0 10 11095.0 4 11345.0 10 11585.0

5 10895.0 11 11135.0 5 11385.0 11 11625.0

6 10935.0 12 11175.0 6 11425.0 12 11665.0

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13 GHz band
Table 7-14. 13 GHz band

Band Radio Frequency Description


(GHz) (MHz)

13 12750-13250 Center frequency 12996 MHz


Guard band 15 MHz (Lower band) and 23 MHz (Upper band)
Center gap 70 MHz
28 MHz frequency spacing (ACCP/CCDP operation)
56 MHz frequency spacing (ACAP operation)
266 MHz transmit-receive frequency spacing
7+1 protection system for ACCP/ACAP operation
2x(7+1) protection system for CCDP operation
Specified RF frequency is shown in Figure 7-13.

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Figure 7-13. 13 GHz Band Frequency Allocation (ITU-R Rec. F. 497-6)

a) ACCP operation
500 MHz
15 266 MHz 23
MHz 56 MHz MHz

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V (H)
28 MHz 70 MHz

b) ACAP operation
500 MHz
15 266 MHz 23
MHz 56 MHz MHz

1 3 5 7 1 3 5 7

V (H)
H (V)

2 4 6 8 2 4 6 8
c) CCDP operation
500 MHz
15 266 MHz 23
MHz 56 MHz MHz
28 MHz 70 MHz

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

V (H)
H (V)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1x 2x 3x 4x 5x 6x 7x 8x
Go (Return) Return (Go)
RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz) RF CH RF FREQUENCY (MHz)

1 12765 1 13031

2 12793 2 13059

3 12821 3 13087

4 12849 4 13115

5 12877 5 13143

6 12905 6 13171

7 12933 7 13199

8 12961 8 13227

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Antenna System

A common antenna system is used to transmit and receive. In this case two (2)
antennas are used without space diversity and four (4) antennas are used with space
diversity, per hop per end.
One dual-feed antenna is used for both vertical (V) and horizontal (H) polarization.
Two feeders are needed per antenna for the use of V and H polarization.

RF Branching

The typical RF branching network arrangement for N+1 ACCP/ACAP/CCDP operation


and 2x(N+1) CCDP operation with space diversity reception (SD) are shown in
Figure 7-14 through Figure 7-33.

RF Branching Network Loss


The loss equalized RF branching network loss for N+1 ACCP/ACAP/CCDP and
2x(N+1) CCDP operation are shown in Appendix-A.
Band elimination filter (BEF) is used for interference reduction between innermost RF
channels as seen in Table 7-15.
Table 7-15. BEF

RF Band Innermost RF BEF Remarks


Spacing (Y/N)

4 GHz 80 MHz N CH7-CH1

U4 GHz 68 MHz Y1 CH6-CH1

5 GHz 60 MHz Y CH7-CH1

L6 GHz 14.49 MHz Y CH8-CH1

U6 GHz 60 MHz Y CH8-CH1

L7 GHz 49 MHz Y CH5-CH1

M7 GHz 49 MHz

U7 GHz 42 MHz Y CH5-CH1

7W GHz 84 MHz (l), 56 MHz (h)

L8 GHz 103.77 MHz N CH8-CH1

K8 GHz 70 MHz

11 GHz 90 MHz N CH12-CH1 (F.387-10 paragraph


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RF Band Innermost RF BEF Remarks


Spacing (Y/N)

11 GHz 50 MHz Y CH12-CH1 (F.387-10 paragraph


1.2)

13 GHz 70 MHz N CH8-CH1


1. Needed for single-feed and 2x(N+1) co-channel operation.

Addition of BEF is needed only for innermost radio frequency channels to improve the
transmit-receive interference reduction factor.
Therefore, BEF will be added in the innermost channel filter chain on site or at factory
when the innermost channels are allocated initially or by the customers future
expansion plan.
Main BEF characteristics are as follows:
(1) Band eliminated attenuation: 25 dB
(2) 25 dB bandwidth: 32 MHz
(3) Insertion loss: 0.7 dB (typical)
(4) Filter type: 6-section, Chebychev type
BEF construction for system application is as follows, where
ITX: BEF for eliminating main TX output spectrum and
IRX: BEF for elimination component apart from innermost CH spacing of TX.
Table 7-16. N+1 ACCP and 3+1 double terminal Operation

RF Band Innermost No. of BEF


RF Spacing
RX side for ITX TX side for IRX

U4 GHz 68 MHz 1 1

4 GHz 80 MHz 0 0

5 GHz 60 MHz 1 2

L6 GHz 44.49 MHz 1 2

U6 GHz 60 MHz 1 2

L7 GHz 49 MHz 1 2

U7 GHz 42 MHz 1 2

L8 GHz 103.77 MHz 0 0

11 GHz 90 MHz 0 0

11 GHz 50 MHz 1 2

13 GHz 70 MHz 0 0

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Table 7-17. N+1 ACAP Operation

RF Band Innermost No. of BEF


RF Spacing
RX side for ITX TX side for IRX

U4 GHz 68 MHz 0 0

4 GHz 80 MHz 0 0

5 GHz 60 MHz 1 2

L6 GHz 44.49 MHz 0 2

U6 GHz 60 MHz 0 2

L7 GHz 49 MHz 1 2

U7 GHz 42 MHz 1 2

L8 GHz 103.77 MHz 0 0

11 GHz 90 MHz 0 0

11 GHz 50 MHz 1 2

13 GHz 70 MHz 0 0

Table 7-18. 2x(N+1) CCDP Operation

RF Band Innermost No. of BEF


RF Spacing
RX side for ITX TX side for IRX

U4 GHz 68 MHz 1 1

4 GHz 80 MHz 0 0

5 GHz 60 MHz 1 2

L6 GHz 44.49 MHz 1 2

U6 GHz 60 MHz 1 2

L7 GHz 49 MHz 1 2

U7 GHz 42 MHz 1 2

L8 GHz 103.77 MHz 0 0

11 GHz 90 MHz 0 0

11 GHz 50 MHz 1 2

13 GHz 70 MHz 0 0

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Insertion Loss of Loss Equalized RF


Branching Network

Insertion loss of RF branching network is specified using loss equalized RF branching


network configuration model with R-SD below.
Figure 7-34. Loss equalized RF branching network for 1+1 protection system

Antenna Port
ref. C' ref. C

DUP
ref. B
ref. B'
DL CIR DL CIR
BPF BPF BPF BPF

adpt adpt ref. A' adpt adpt


ref. A

MSTU MSTU MSTU MSTU

M1 PROT PROT M1

Where, adpt: MSTU adaptor


DL: Dummy load (termination)
Reference A (ref. A): MSTU unit RF output port
Reference A (ref. A): MSTU unit RF input port
Reference C and C: DUP input/output waveguide flange port

In this allocation, RF branching network location of M1 channel in the transmit side is


most far from DUP and in the receive side RF branching network location of M1
channel is the nearest from duplexer (DUP).

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Figure 7-35. Loss equalized RF branching network for 3+1 protection system

Antenna Port
ref. C' ref. C

DUP
ref. B' ref. B

DL CIR CIR DL CIR CIR


BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF

adpt adpt adpt adpt adpt adpt adpt adpt


ref. A' ref. A

MSTU MSTU MSTU MSTU MSTU MSTU MSTU MSTU

M3 M2 M1 PROT PROT M1 M2 M3

Transmit Side Receiver Side

Where, adpt: MSTU adaptor


DL: Dummy load (termination)
Reference A (ref. A): MSTU unit RF output port
Reference A (ref. A): MSTU unit RF input port
Reference C and C: DUP input/output waveguide flange port

In this allocation, RF branching network location of M3 channel in the transmit side is


most far from DUP and in the receive side RF branching network location of M3
channel is the nearest from duplexer (DUP).

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Figure 7-36. Loss equalized RF branching network for 5+1 protection system

Antenna Port
ref. C' ref. C

DUP
ref. B' ref. B

DL CIR CIR CIR DL CIR CIR CIR


BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF BPF

adpt adpt adpt adpt adpt adpt adpt adpt adpt adpt adpt adpt
ref. A' ref. A

M STU M STU M STU M STU M STU M STU M STU M STU M STU M STU M STU M STU

M5 M4 M3 M2 M1 PROT PROT M1 M2 M3 M4 M5

Transmit Side Receive Side

Where, adpt: MSTU adaptor


DL: Dummy load (termination)
Reference A (ref. A): MSTU unit RF output port
Reference A (ref. A): MSTU unit RF input port
Reference C and C: DUP input/output waveguide flange port

In this allocation, RF branching network location of M5 channel in the transmit side is


most far from DUP and in the receive side RF branching network location of M5
channel is the nearest from duplexer (DUP).
Insertion loss of Loss equalized RF Branching Network, ACU loss
BRU Loss = Transmit loss (Reference A - Reference B Reference C) +
Receive side loss (Reference C Reference B Reference A)
For detailed insertion loss value, please refer to Figure 7-37.

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Figure 7-37. Insertion Loss of N+1, ACCP Operation


Insertion Loss of N+1 Single-feed Operation (Typical Value)
Signal Path A'-B' B'-C' TX-side A-B B-C RX-side Total
RF/Protection TCH No. for all CH
4G 1+1 1,3 1.2 0.8 2.0 1.3 1.0 2.3 4.3
2+1, 3+1 2,4 1.2 2.0 3.2 1.3 1.0 2.3 5.5
4+1, 5+1 5,7 1.2 2.7 3.9 1.3 1.0 2.3 6.2
6+1 6 1.2 3.7 4.9 1.3 1.0 2.3 7.2
U4G 1+1 1,3 1.4 0.8 2.2 1.5 1.0 2.5 4.7
2+1, 3+1 2,4 1.4 2.0 3.4 1.5 1.0 2.5 5.9
4+1 5 1.4 2.7 4.1 1.5 1.0 2.5 6.6
5+1 6 1.4 3.5 4.9 1.5 1.0 2.5 7.4
5G 1+1 1,3 1.5 0.9 2.4 1.6 1.0 2.6 5.0
2+1, 3+1 2,4 1.5 2.0 3.5 1.6 1.0 2.6 6.1
4+1, 5+1 5,7 1.5 2.8 4.3 1.6 1.0 2.6 6.9
6+1 6 1.5 3.5 5.0 1.6 1.0 2.6 7.6
L6G 1+1 1,3 1.6 0.9 2.5 1.7 1.1 2.8 5.4
2+1, 3+1 2,4 1.6 2.1 3.7 1.7 1.1 2.8 6.5
4+1, 5+1 5,7 1.6 2.8 4.4 1.7 1.1 2.8 7.2
6+1, 7+1 6,8 1.6 3.8 5.4 1.7 1.1 2.8 8.2
U6G 1+1 1,3 1.7 0.9 2.6 1.9 1.1 3.0 5.6
2+1, 3+1 2,4 1.7 2.1 3.8 1.9 1.1 3.0 6.8
4+1, 5+1 5,7 1.7 2.8 4.5 1.9 1.1 3.0 7.5
6+1, 7+1 6,8 1.7 3.8 5.5 1.9 1.1 3.0 8.5
L7G 1+1 1,3 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.3 1.2 3.5 6.7
2+1, 3+1 2,4 2.2 2.2 4.4 2.3 1.2 3.5 7.9
4+1 5 2.2 3.0 5.2 2.3 1.2 3.5 8.7
U7G 1+1 1,3 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.3 1.2 3.5 6.8
2+1, 3+1 2,4 2.2 2.2 4.4 2.3 1.2 3.5 7.9
4+1 5 2.2 2.8 5.0 2.3 1.2 3.5 8.5
L8G 1+1 1,3 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.4 1.2 3.6 6.8
2+1, 3+1 2,4 2.2 2.2 4.4 2.4 1.2 3.6 8.0
4+1, 5+1 5,7 2.2 3.0 5.2 2.4 1.2 3.6 8.8
6+1, 7+1 6,8 2.2 4.0 6.2 2.4 1.2 3.6 9.8
11G 1+1 1,3 2.4 1.2 3.6 2.5 1.5 4.0 7.6
2+1, 3+1 2,4 2.4 2.4 4.8 2.5 1.5 4.0 8.8
4+1, 5+1 5,7 2.4 3.2 5.6 2.5 1.5 4.0 9.8
6+1, 7+1 6,8 2.4 4.1 6.5 2.5 1.5 4.0 10.5
13G 1+1 1,3 2.9 1.3 4.2 3.1 1.6 4.7 8.9
2+1, 3+1 2,4 2.9 2.5 5.4 3.1 1.6 4.7 10.1
4+1, 5+1 5,7 2.9 3.3 6.2 3.1 1.6 4.7 10.9
6+1, 7+1 6,8 2.9 4.2 7.1 3.1 1.6 4.7 11.8

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Above insertion loss calculation is based on the loss equalized RF


branching network model in accordance with Figure 7-14 and
Figure 7-15. Therefore in situations where you do not have a loss
equalized RF branching network or do not have a Harris Stratex Networks
recommended RF channel allocation rule applied, insertion loss should be
calculated individually. If insertion loss is critical for system design
calculation, please contact the Harris Stratex Networks technical staff.

When the innermost RF channels are allocated on customers request,


BEF should be added only for the innermost RF channel. In this case, only
insertion loss for innermost RF channels will be add to BEF loss, 1 dB/BEF.

Above insertion loss is typical value. For guaranteed value, add to 1 dB.

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Figure 7-38. Insertion Loss of N+1 ACAP Operation

Insertion Loss of N+1 Alternated Operation (Typical Value)


Signal Path A'-B' B'-C' TX-side A-B B-C RX-side Total Loss of
RF/Protection TCH No. RF CH No.
4G 1+1 1,3 1.2 0.8 2.0 1.3 1.0 2.3 4.3 1,3
2+1, 3+1 5,7 1.2 2.0 3.2 1.3 1.0 2.3 5.5 1,3,5
4+1, 5+1 2,4 1.2 0.8 2.0 1.3 1.0 2.3 4.3 2,4
6+1 6 1.2 2.0 3.2 1.3 1.0 2.3 5.5 2,4,6
U4G 1+1 1,3 1.4 0.8 2.2 1.5 1.0 2.5 4.7 1,3
2+1 5 1.4 2.7 4.1 1.5 1.0 2.5 6.6 1,3,5
3+1 2,4 1.4 0.8 2.2 1.5 1.0 2.5 4.7 2,4
4+1, 5+1 6 1.4 2.7 4.1 1.5 1.0 2.5 6.6 2,4,6
5G 1+1 1,3 1.5 0.9 2.4 1.6 1.0 2.6 5.0 1,3
2+1, 3+1 5,7 1.5 2.0 3.5 1.6 1.0 2.6 6.1 1,3,5,7
4+1, 5+1 2,4 1.5 0.9 2.4 1.6 1.0 2.6 5.0 2,4
6+1 6 1.5 2.0 3.5 1.6 1.0 2.6 6.1 2,4,6
L6G 1+1 1,3 1.6 0.9 2.5 1.7 1.1 2.8 5.4 1,3
2+1, 3+1 5,7 1.6 2.1 3.7 1.7 1.1 2.8 6.5 1,3,5,7
4+1, 5+1 2,4 1.6 0.9 2.5 1.7 1.1 2.8 5.4 2,4
6+1, 7+1 6,8 1.6 2.1 3.7 1.7 1.1 2.8 6.5 2,4,6,8
U6G 1+1 1,3 1.7 0.9 2.6 1.9 1.1 3.0 5.6 1,3
2+1, 3+1 5,7 1.7 2.1 3.8 1.9 1.1 3.0 6.8 1,3,5,7
4+1, 5+1 2,4 1.7 0.9 2.6 1.9 1.1 3.0 5.6 2,4
6+1, 7+1 6,8 1.7 2.1 3.8 1.9 1.1 3.0 6.8 2,4,6,8
L7G 1+1 1,3 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.3 1.2 3.5 6.7 1,3
2+1 5 2.2 2.2 4.4 2.3 1.2 3.5 7.9 5
3+1, 4+1 2,4 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.3 1.2 3.5 6.7 2,4
U7G 1+1 1,3 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.3 1.2 3.5 6.8 1,3
2+1 5 2.2 2.2 4.4 2.3 1.2 3.5 7.9 5
3+1, 4+1 2,4 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.3 1.2 3.5 6.8 2,4
L8G 1+1 1,3 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.4 1.2 3.6 6.8 1,3
2+1, 3+1 5,7 2.2 2.2 4.4 2.4 1.2 3.6 8.0 1,3,5,7
4+1, 5+1 2,4 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.4 1.2 3.6 6.8 2,4
6+1, 7+1 6,8 2.2 2.2 4.4 2.4 1.2 3.6 8.0 2,4,6,8
11G 1+1 1,3 2.4 1.2 3.6 2.5 1.5 4.0 7.6 1,3
2+1, 3+1 5,7 2.4 2.4 4.8 2.5 1.5 4.0 8.8 1,3,5,7
4+1, 5+1 2,4 2.4 1.2 3.6 2.5 1.5 4.0 7.6 2,4
6+1, 7+1 6,8 2.4 2.4 4.8 2.5 1.5 4.0 8.8 2,4,6,8
13G 1+1 1,3 2.9 1.3 4.2 3.1 1.6 4.7 8.9 1,3
2+1, 3+1 5,7 2.9 2.5 5.4 3.1 1.6 4.7 10.1 1,3,5,7
4+1, 5+1 2,4 2.9 1.3 4.2 3.1 1.6 4.7 8.9 2,4
6+1, 7+1 6,8 2.9 2.5 5.4 3.1 1.6 4.7 10.1 2,4,6,8

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Above insertion loss calculation is based on the loss equalized RF


branching network model in accordance with Figure 7-16 and
Figure 7-17. Therefore in situations where you do not have a loss
equalized RF branching network or do not have a Harris Stratex Networks
recommended RF channel allocation rule applied, insertion loss should be
calculated individually. If insertion loss is critical for system design
calculation, please contact the Harris Stratex Networks technical staff.

When the innermost RF channels are allocated on customers request,


BEF should be added only for the innermost RF channel. In this case, only
insertion loss for innermost RF channels will be add to BEF loss, 1 dB/BEF.
For detailed No. of BEFs, refer to section 7.5, Note-3.

Above insertion loss is typical value. For guaranteed value, add to 1 dB.

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Figure 7-39. Insertion Loss of N+1 CCDP Operation

Insertion Loss of N+1 Co-Channel Operation (Typical Value)


Signal Path A'-B' B'-C' TX-side A-B B-C RX-side Total
RF/Protection TCH No. for all CH
4G 1+1 V(H) 1,3 1.2 0.8 2.0 1.3 1.0 2.3 4.3
3+1 V(H) 2,4 1.2 2.0 3.2 1.3 1.0 2.3 5.5

U4G 1+1 V(H) 1,3 1.4 0.8 2.2 1.5 1.0 2.5 4.7
3+1 V(H) 2,4 1.4 2.0 3.4 1.5 1.0 2.5 5.9

5G 1+1 V(H) 1,3 1.5 0.9 2.4 1.6 1.0 2.6 5.0
3+1 V(H) 2,4 1.5 2.0 3.5 1.6 1.0 2.6 6.1

L6G 1+1 V(H) 1,3 1.6 0.9 2.5 1.7 1.1 2.8 5.4
3+1 V(H) 2,4 1.6 2.1 3.7 1.7 1.1 2.8 6.5

U6G 1+1 V(H) 1,3 1.7 0.9 2.6 1.9 1.1 3.0 5.6
3+1 V(H) 2,4 1.7 2.1 3.8 1.9 1.1 3.0 6.8

L7G 1+1 V(H) 1,3 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.3 1.2 3.5 6.7
3+1 V(H) 2,4 2.2 2.2 4.4 2.3 1.2 3.5 7.9

U7G 1+1 V(H) 1,3 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.3 1.2 3.5 6.8
3+1 V(H) 2,4 2.2 2.2 4.4 2.3 1.2 3.5 7.9

L8G 1+1 V(H) 1,3 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.4 1.2 3.6 6.8
3+1 V(H) 2,4 2.2 2.2 4.4 2.4 1.2 3.6 8.0

11G 1+1 V(H) 1,3 2.4 1.2 3.6 2.5 1.5 4.0 7.6
3+1 V(H) 2,4 2.4 2.4 4.8 2.5 1.5 4.0 8.8

13G 1+1 V(H) 1,3 2.9 1.3 4.2 3.1 1.6 4.7 8.9
3+1 V(H) 2,4 2.9 2.5 5.4 3.1 1.6 4.7 10.1

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Above insertion loss calculation is based on the loss equalized RF


branching network model in accordance with Figure 7-18 and
Figure 7-19. Therefore in situations where you do not have a loss
equalized RF branching network or do not have a Harris Stratex Networks
recommended RF channel allocation rule applied, insertion loss should be
calculated individually. If insertion loss is critical for system design
calculation, please contact the Harris Stratex Networks technical staff.

When the innermost RF channels are allocated on customers request,


BEF should be added only for the innermost RF channel. In this case, only
insertion loss for innermost RF channels will be add to BEF loss, 1 dB/BEF.
For detailed No. of BEFs, refer to section 7.5, Note-3.

Above insertion loss is typical value. For guaranteed value, add to 1 dB.

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Figure 7-40. Insertion Loss of 2x(N+1) CCDP Operation

Insertion Loss of 2x(N+1) Co-Channel Operation (Typical Value)


Signal Path A'-B' B'-C' TX-side A-B B-C RX-side Total
RF/Protection TCH No. for all CH
4G 2x(1+1) 1,3 1.2 0.8 2.0 1.3 1.0 2.3 4.3
up to 2x(3+1) 2,4 1.2 2.0 3.2 1.3 1.0 2.3 5.5
up to 2x(5+1) 5,7 1.2 2.7 3.9 1.3 1.0 2.3 6.2
2x(6+1) 6 1.2 3.7 4.9 1.3 1.0 2.3 7.2
U4G 2x(1+1) 1,3 1.4 0.8 2.2 1.5 1.0 2.5 4.7
up to 2x(3+1) 2,4 1.4 2.0 3.4 1.5 1.0 2.5 5.9
2x(4+1) 5 1.4 2.7 4.1 1.5 1.0 2.5 6.6
2x(5+1) 6 1.4 3.5 4.9 1.5 1.0 2.5 7.4
5G 2x(1+1) 1,3 1.5 0.9 2.4 1.6 1.0 2.6 5.0
up to 2x(3+1) 2,4 1.5 2.0 3.5 1.6 1.0 2.6 6.1
up to 2x(5+1) 5,7 1.5 2.8 4.3 1.6 1.0 2.6 6.9
2x(6+1) 6 1.5 3.5 5.0 1.6 1.0 2.6 7.6
L6G 2x(1+1) 1,3 1.6 0.9 2.5 1.7 1.1 2.8 5.4
up to 2x(3+1) 2,4 1.6 2.1 3.7 1.7 1.1 2.8 6.5
up to 2x(5+1) 5,7 1.6 2.8 4.4 1.7 1.1 2.8 7.2
up to 2x(7+1) 6,8 1.6 3.8 5.4 1.7 1.1 2.8 8.2
U6G 2x(1+1) 1,3 1.7 0.9 2.6 1.9 1.1 3.0 5.6
up to 2x(3+1) 2,4 1.7 2.1 3.8 1.9 1.1 3.0 6.8
up to 2x(5+1) 5,7 1.7 2.8 4.5 1.9 1.1 3.0 7.5
up to 2x(7+1) 6,8 1.7 3.8 5.5 1.9 1.1 3.0 8.5
L7G 2x(1+1) 1,3 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.3 1.2 3.5 6.7
up to 2x(3+1) 2,4 2.2 2.2 4.4 2.3 1.2 3.5 7.9
2x(4+1) 5 2.2 3.0 5.2 2.3 1.2 3.5 8.7
U7G 2x(1+1) 1,3 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.3 1.2 3.5 6.8
up to 2x(3+1) 2,4 2.2 2.2 4.4 2.3 1.2 3.5 7.9
2x(4+1) 5 2.2 2.8 5.0 2.3 1.2 3.5 8.5
L8G 2x(1+1) 1,3 2.2 1.0 3.2 2.4 1.2 3.6 6.8
up to 2x(3+1) 2,4 2.2 2.2 4.4 2.4 1.2 3.6 8.0
up to 2x(5+1) 5,7 2.2 3.0 5.2 2.4 1.2 3.6 8.8
up to 2x(7+1) 6,8 2.2 4.0 6.2 2.4 1.2 3.6 9.8
11G 2x(1+1) 1,3 2.4 1.2 3.6 2.5 1.5 4.0 7.6
up to 2x(3+1) 2,4 2.4 2.4 4.8 2.5 1.5 4.0 8.8
up to 2x(5+1) 5,7 2.4 3.2 5.6 2.5 1.5 4.0 9.8
up to 2x(7+1) 6,8 2.4 4.1 6.5 2.5 1.5 4.0 10.5
13G 2x(1+1) 1,3 2.9 1.3 4.2 3.1 1.6 4.7 8.9
up to 2x(3+1) 2,4 2.9 2.5 5.4 3.1 1.6 4.7 10.1
up to 2x(5+1) 5,7 2.9 3.3 6.2 3.1 1.6 4.7 10.9
up to 2x(7+1) 6,8 2.9 4.2 7.1 3.1 1.6 4.7 11.8

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Above insertion loss calculation is based on the loss equalized


RF branching network model in accordance with Figure 7-20
and Figure 7-21. Therefore in situations where you do not
have a loss equalized RF branching network or do not have a
Harris Stratex Networks recommended RF channel allocation
rule applied, insertion loss should be calculated individually. If
insertion loss is critical for system design calculation, please
contact the Harris Stratex Networks technical staff.

When the innermost RF channels are allocated on customers


request, BEF should be added only for the innermost RF
channel. In this case, only insertion loss for innermost RF
channels will be add to BEF loss, 1 dB/BEF. For detailed No. of
BEFs, refer to section 7.5, Note-3.

Above insertion loss is typical value. For guaranteed value,


add to 1 dB.

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Volume 2
Equipment Description
Chapter 1. Equipment
Configurations and Features

TRuepoint 6500 System

The TRuepoint 6500 series radio equipment is designed to transmit one (1) STM-1
(155.520 Mbit/s) signals per RF channel. The TRuepoint 6500 is equipped with N+1
Radio Protection System (RPS).
Possible equipment configurations of the TRuepoint 6500 are:
Terminal with STM-1 electrical interface
Terminal with STM-1 optical interface without Multiplex Section Protection (MSP)
function
Terminal with the mixture of STM-1 electrical interface and optical interface without
Multiplex Section Protection (MPS) function
Repeater with back-to-back connection and STM-1 electrical interface
The TRuepoint 6500 is composed of four functional blocks:
ACU: Antenna Coupling Unit block with Branching Unit (BRU) containing RF
filters, circulators, a duplexer for RF combining/branching, and an interface to/from
the antenna system
RF SPU: Radio Frequency Signal Processing Unit block with Main Signal
Transmission Unit (MSTU) containing Transmitter (TX), Receiver (RX), Modulator
(MOD), Demodulator (DEM), and STM-1 Electrical interface (SE INTF) functions
CISU: Baseband interface, Control interface, and Service channel Unit with
Supervisory (SV), Bipolar Switch (BSW/OPT BSW), Occasional Traffic (OCC INTF/
OPT OCC), Bipolar Switch Interface (BSW INTF), Timing Control (TCU), Embedded
Communication (ECU) and Housekeeping (HK) functions
UIA: User Interface Area block for interface to external communication equipment
Figure 1-1 shows a typical N+1 equipment (shelf) layout.
Figure 1-2 shows a typical 3+1 double terminal equipment (shelf) layout.

Terminal and Repeater


The TRuepoint 6500 is composed of terminal equipment and repeater equipment.
Terminal equipment has full facilities including STM-1 electrical/optical signal
transmission, radio protection switching and baseband interface.
Repeater equipment has facilities of signal transmission and protection switching with
back-to-back connection and STM-1 electrical interface.
Figure 1-3 shows a typical equipment configuration for terminal and repeater.

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N+1 and 2x(N+1) equipment are used for one direction radio, but double
terminal equipment is used for both A-B and B-C directions.

Figure 1-1. Typical N+1 Equipment Layout Terminal (7+1 ACAP Operation as
an example)
490 mm
V(H) V(H) H(V) H(V)
Main-port SD-port Main-port SD-port
DUP ADPT DUP ADPT DUP

BPF BPF BPF BPF SD ACU


BPF BPF BPF BPF RX
BPF BPF BPF BPF TX

RF SPU
MSTU(PRT)

MSTU(M1)

MSTU(M2)

MSTU(M3)

MSTU(M4)

MSTU(M5)

MSTU(M6)

MSTU(M7)
1,155 mm

OCC INTF
BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)
BSW(M4)
BSW(M5)
BSW(M6)
BSW(M7)
TCU
TCU

HK1
HK2

CISU

SV

CB

Connectors TERM UIA

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Figure 1-2. Typical Double Terminal Equipment Layout (3+1 Double Terminal
as an example)

490 mm
V(H) V(H) H(V) H(V)
Main-port SD-port Main-port SD-port
DUP ADPT DUP ADPT

BPF BPF BPF BPF SD ACU


BPF BPF BPF BPF RX
BPF BPF BPF BPF TX
MSTU(PRT, V-pol)

MSTU(PRT, H-pol)
MSTU(M1, V-pol)

MSTU(M2, V-pol)

MSTU(M3, V-pol)

MSTU(M1, H-pol)

MSTU(M2, H-pol)

MSTU(M3, H-pol)
RF SPU
1,155 mm

A-B direction,RPS1 B-C direction,RPS1


BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)

BSW(M1)
BSW(M2)
BSW(M3)
OCC INTF

OCC INTF
TCU
TCU
HK

HK

CISU

SV(A-B direction)

SV(B-C direction)
CB

Connectors TERM UIA

Figure 1-3 and Figure 1-4 show the equipment configuration of N+1 and 2x(N+1)
equipment for terminal and repeater.

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Figure 1-3. N+1 Equipment Configurations for Terminal and Repeater (7+1 ACAP
Operation)
Antenna Port Antenna Port Antenna Port
Main SD Main SD Main SD Main SD Main SD Main SD

Initial Shelf Initial Shelf Initial Shelf


Consisting of: Consisting of: Consisting of:
ACU block ACU block ACU block
RF SPU block RF SPU block RF SPU block
CISU block CISU block CISU block
User Interface User Interface User Interface

A- B B- C
2,200 mm

Max. 7+1 Max. 7+1 Max. 7+1


ACAP ACAP ACAP

Depth: 345 mm

A-Station B-Station

600 mm 1,200 mm

Terminal Configuration Repeater Configuration


Back-to-back terminal Configuration

Figure 1-4 shows the equipment configuration of Double Terminal equipment for
terminal and repeater use. In this case, the usage is different but the hardware
configurations of both styles are exactly same.
Please note that this double terminal configuration is applicable for cross-band
repeater or dual-band parallel operation with independent RPS for each
RF band as well.

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Figure 1-4. Double Terminal Equipment Configurations for Terminal and


Repeater(3+1 Double Terminal for A-B and B-C Direction)

Antenna Port

Main SD Main SD

Initial Shelf
Consisting of:
ACU block
RF SPU block
CISU block
User Interface

A-B and B-C


2,200 mm

Max. 3+1 both routes


Double Terminal

Depth: 345 mm

600 mm

Terminal Configuration

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Baseband Interface

The TRuepoint 6500 has three (3) baseband interface conditions:


STM-1 Electrical Interface (BSW unit): Standard signal interface. The
TRuepoint 6500 with STM-1 electrical is composed of ACU, RF SPU and CISU
units. Figure 1-5 shows the block diagram.
STM-1 optical interface (OPT BSW1/2 unit) without MSP: Optional STM-1
optical Interface (code S-1.1 or code L-1.1) without MSP function. The TRuepoint
6500 with STM-1 optical interface is composed of ACU, RF SPU, and CISU units.
Figure 1-6 shows the block diagram.
Mixture of STM-1 electrical and optical interface (OPT BSW1/2 unit)
without MSP: The TRuepoint 6500 with the mixture of STM-1 electrical and
STM-1 optical interface without MPS function is composed of ACU, RF SPU, and
CISU units. Figure 1-7 shows the block diagram.
Attention:
Any STM-1 signal interface mixture is available with any combination below.
STM-1 electrical interface (BSW unit), or
STM-1 optical interface (OPT BSW1), or
STM-1 optical interface (OPT BSW2)

Frequency Allocation System

The TRuepoint 6500 can provide four (4) frequency allocation systems as follows:
ACCP (Adjacent Channel Co-Polarized) operation:
An STM-1 signal is transmitted by an RF frequency using single polarization (V or H).
ACAP (Adjacent Channel Alternate-Polarized) operation
An STM-1 signal is transmitted by an RF frequency using V-polarization and
H-polarization alternately.
CCDP (Co-Channel Dual-Polarized) operation:
Two STM-1 signals are transmitted simultaneously using both V-polarization and
H-polarization.
Double terminal operation:
Maximum 3+1 protected RF channels using V(H)-polarization for A-to-B direction
and maximum 3+1 protection channels using H(V)-polarization for B-to-C direction.
Also available for 3+1 cross-band repeater or 3+1 dual-band parallel
operation with independent RPS for each route.

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Space Diversity System

The TRuepoint 6500 can provide two (2) space diversity systems:
Transmit space diversity with two antennas (T-SD)
Receive space diversity with In-Phase combiner (R-SD)
Figure 1-5 shows the block diagram for STM-1 electrical interface terminal without
Space Diversity (SD).
Repeater equipment is also configured in this diagram.
Figure 1-5. STM-1 Electrical Interface

DUP
TDP USW MOD TX
BPF
STM-1
Prot CMI
CH RDP USW DEM RX
BPF

MSTU
STM-1
Electrical
In/out BSW TDP USW MOD TX
Main 1 BPF
STM-1
CMI RDP USW DEM RX
BPF

WS R, S
UC (F1)
MSTU

Main 2 BSW TDP USW MOD TX


BPF
STM-1
CMI RDP USW DEM RX
BPF

WS R, S
UC (F1)
MSTU

Main 3 TDP USW MOD TX


BSW BPF
STM-1
CMI RDP USW DEM RX
BPF

WS R, S
UC (F1)
MSTU

RF SPU ACU
UC (F1)
WS R, S

To/from Main N Unipolar Data


STM-1 CMI

RUC, 1, 2

EOW 2W (E1, E2)


ACU: Antenna Coupling Unit Block
EOW 4W (E1, E2) RF SPU: Radio Frequency Signal Processing Unit
OSSI (X25/Q3) Block
CISU: Baseband Interface, Control Interface &
Housekeeping DI Service Channel Unit Block
DO

EXT CLK OUT

EXT CLK IN

EQPT CLK MON


CISU

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Figure 1-6 shows the block diagram for STM-1 optical interface terminal without MSP
and without SD.
Figure 1-6. STM-1 Optical Interface without MSP

DUP
TDP USW MOD TX
BPF

Prot STM-1 CMI


CH RDP USW DEM RX
BPF

STM-1 MSTU
Optical
In/out
TDP USW MOD TX
Main 1 OPT BPF
BSW
STM-1
S-1.1 RDP USW DEM RX
BPF

WS R, S
UC (F1)
MSTU

Main 2 TDP USW MOD TX


OPT BPF
STM-1 BSW
S-1.1 RDP USW DEM RX
BPF

WS R, S
UC (F1)
MSTU

Main 3 TDP USW MOD TX


OPT BPF
STM-1 BSW
S-1.1 RDP USW DEM RX
BPF

WS R, S
UC (F1)
MSTU

RF SPU ACU
UC (F1)
WS R, S

To/from Main N Unipolar Data


STM-1 CMI
RUC, 1, 2

EOW 2W (E1, E2) ACU: Antenna Coupling Unit Block


RF SPU: Radio Frequency Signal Processing Unit
EOW 4W (E1, E2)
Block
OSSI (X25/Q3) CISU: Baseband Interface, Control Interface &
Service Channel Unit Block
Housekeeping DI

DO

EXT CLK OUT

EXT CLK IN

EQPT CLK MON


CISU

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Figure 1-7 shows the block diagram for STM-1 electrical and optical interface mixture
terminal without MSP and SD.
Figure 1-7. STM-1 Electrical/Optical Mixture without MSP

DUP
TDP USW MOD TX
BPF

Prot STM-1 CMI


CH RDP USW DEM RX
BPF

STM-1 MSTU
Optical
In/out
BSW TDP USW MOD TX
BPF
Main 1
STM-1 RDP USW DEM RX
CMI BPF

WS R, S
UC (F1)
MSTU

BSW TDP USW MOD TX


BPF
Main 2
STM-1
RDP USW DEM RX
CMI BPF

WS R, S
UC (F1)
MSTU

TDP USW MOD TX


OPT BPF
Main 3 BSW
STM-1 RDP USW DEM RX
S-1.1 BPF

WS R, S
UC (F1)
MSTU
ACU
UC (F1) RF SPU
WS R, S

To/from Main N Unipolar Data


STM-1 CMI
RUC, 1, 2
EOW 2W (E1, E2)
EOW 4W (E1, E2)
ACU: Antenna Coupling Unit Block
OSSI (X25/Q3)
RF SPU: Radio Frequency Signal Processing Unit
Block
Housekeeping DI
CISU: Baseband Interface, Control Interface &
DO
Service Channel Unit Block

EXT CLK OUT


EXT CLK IN
EQPT CLK MON
CISU

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Figure 1-8 shows the block diagram for STM-1 electrical interface Double Terminal
equipment without SD.
For repeater use, same configuration as this diagram is applied.
Figure 1-8. Block Diagram for STM-1 Electrical Interface Terminal of Double Terminal
Equipment

STM-1
System A RF SPU
DUP
Electrical BPF
TDP USW MOD TX
In/out STM-1 CMI
RDP USW DEM RX BPF
Prot
MSTU
Work 1 STM-1 CMI BPF
BSW TDP USW MOD TX
BPF
WS R, S
RDP USW DEM RX
UC (F1) MSTU
Work 2 STM-1 CMI BPF
BSW TDP USW MOD TX
WS R, S
RDP USW DEM RX BPF
UC (F1) MSTU
Work 3 STM-1 CMI BPF
BSW TDP USW MOD TX
BPF
WS R, S RDP USW DEM RX
UC (F1)
MSTU
System A ACU
RUC 1, 2
EOW 2W (E1, E2)
EOW 4W (E1, E2) RUC 1, 2
ACU: Antenna Coupling Unit Block EOW 2W (E1, E2)
Housekeeping DI RF SPU: RF Signal Processing Unit EOW 4W (E1, E2)
Block
DO
CISU: Baseband Interface,
Control Interface & Signal Housekeeping DI
EXT CLK OUT Processing Unit Block DO
EXT CLK IN
EQPT CLK MON EXT CLK OUT
System EXT CLK IN
A CISU EQPT CLK MON
System
System B RF SPU B CISU
DUP STM-1
BPF Electrical
TX MOD USW TDP
STM-1 CMI In/out
BPF RX DEM USW RDP
Prot
MSTU
BPF Work 1 STM-1 CMI
TX MOD USW TDP BSW
BPF
RX DEM USW RDP WS R, S
MSTU UC (F1)

BPF Work 2 STM-1 CMI


TX MOD USW TDP BSW
BPF RX DEM USW RDP WS R, S
MSTU UC (F1)
BPF Work 3 STM-1 CMI
TX MOD USW TDP BSW
BPF
RX DEM USW RDP WS R, S
UC (F1)
MSTU
System B ACU

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Transmission

STM-1 Electrical Signal Interface

CISU Block
The STM-1 electrical signal input/output terminals are located on the front panel of the
BSW (Bipolar Switch) unit of the CISU (Baseband interface, control interface and
service channel) block.
Input/output terminals for STM-1 optical interface are also located on the front panel
of the OPT BSW unit. The OPT BSW unit is installed on the CISU block as an option
instead of the BSW unit.

Main Signal Flow (MSTU Function)

The MSTU (Main Signal Transmission Unit) is composed of Transmitter (TX),


Receiver (RX), Modulator (MOD), Demodulator (DEM) and STM-1 electrical interface
(SE INTF) functions. The Unipolar Switch (USW) for Radio Protection System (RPS)
is also a part of the MSTU.

SE INTF
The STM-1 CMI signal is introduced from the BSW/OPT BSW unit of the CISU block.
The incoming STM-1 CMI signal is converted to eight (8) streams of unipolar signal
(155.52 / 8 = 19.440 Mbit/s each) and applied to the Transmit Data Processing (TDP)
circuit.

TDP
The TDP circuit processes drop/insert of the Multiplex Section Overhead (MSOH) and
Regenerator Section Overhead (RSOH) to be terminated from the STM-1 data. The
AU-Pointer is also re-written. A Unipolar Switch (USW) is provided to perform hitless
switch on fade for the Radio Protection System. After USW, the Radio Frame
Complementary Overhead (RFCOH) is applied to the incoming STM-1 signal to
compose the Radio Frame. The RFCOH is composed of Radio Frame Alignment,
Wayside, Radio Service Channel, RPS Control, redundancy bit for MLCM and other
signals. Multi-Level Coded Modulation (MLCM) is provided to perform forward error
correction on the data transmission across radio section.

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QAM MOD Module


The Radio Frame is introduced to the QAM Modulator Module (QAM MOD Module).
The QAM MOD Module is composed of a spectrum shaping device and a Modulator
controller (MOD), the Digital to analog converter (D/A) and the Quadrature Amplitude
Modulator (QAM) to generate the QAM signal. The output of the QAM MOD Module is
applied to the Transmit IF (TIF) circuit.

TIF
The incoming QAM signal is converted to the 1st IF (70MHz) signal. The 1st IF signal
is amplified by the AGC amplifier and then applied to the Linearizer (LNZ). The LNZ
works to compensate the distortion caused by non-linearity of the RF transmit circuit.
The 1st IF signal is converted to the 2nd IF (844MHz) signal and then applied to the
Transmit RF Module (TRF).

TRF Module
The TRF accepts the 2nd IF band signal and converts to the Radio Frequency (RF) band
signal by mixing with the output signal from the Local Oscillator Module (LO). The RF
signal is amplified in the RF amplifiers. The RF output level of MSTU is +29 dBm / +32
dBm for 4-L8 GHz band (+29 dBm for 11 GHz and + 27 dBm for 13 GHz) and is
controlled by Automatic Level Control (ALC) to maintain constant against the variation
of input signal level, amplifier gain and other ambient factors.
Automatic Transmit Power Control (ATPC) can control automatically the MSTU
output power between +29 dBm (HIGH) and +19 dBm (LOW) or +32 dBm (HIGH) and
+22 dBm (LOW) according to the received signal level (RSL) threshold at the far-end
radio station. ATPC controls the MSTU output level to HIGH automatically when the
RX receiving level becomes lower than the pre-settable RSL threshold by
Provisioning in the Web LT. This function is provided to save the power consumption
of the radio equipment and improve the radio frequency interferences to the other
radio system.
The RF output of the MSTU is applied to the Antenna Coupling Unit (ACU) and then
fed to the antenna system. The spurious emission of the transmitter is eliminated by
band pass filters of the ACU block.

LO Module
The LO Module is a phase locked loop oscillator circuit that supplies RF Local carrier
signals to the transmitter and receiver. The oscillation frequency is to be set according
to the RF operation frequency of MSTU.

RRF Module
The Receive RF Module (RRF Module) accepts the received RF signal from the antenna
system through the ACU.
The received RF signal (standard level: - 35 dBm and AGC dynamic range: - 17 dBm to
- 77 dBm) is amplified by a Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) and then converted to the 2nd
IF (844MHz) signal. The 2nd IF signal is amplified and applied to the Receive IF (RIF)
circuit.

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RIF
The 2nd IF signal is amplified by the AGC amplifier and then converted to the 1st IF
(70MHz) signal. The 1st IF signal is applied to the DEM circuit. The IF amplifier is an
Automatic Gain Controlled (AGC) amplifier to maintain the 1st IF output level constant
against the large variation of RF receiving level at the MSTU input.
The AGC current of Main 1 channel can be monitored through the connector on the UIA
block for propagation testing and maintenance purposes.
The Mixer (MIX) converts the 1st IF signal down to the QAM signal and applies to the
QAM Demodulator Modulate (QAM DEM Module).

QAM DEM Module


The QAM DEM Module is composed of a QAM demodulator (DEM), Analog to Digital
Converter (A/D), the Demodulator controller (DEM CONT), a spectrum shaping
(Roll-off FIL) device and Transversal Equalizer (TVE) with Decision Feedback
Equalizer (DFE).
The spectrum shaping of total cosine roll-off factor is shared by both the TX side and
RX side.
The TVE with DFE is baseband adaptive time domain equalizer and equalizes
waveform distortion caused by multi-path fading. The radio clock signal is recovered
by bit timing recovery (BTR) circuit in the QAM DEM Module. The outputs of QAM
DEM Module are sent to the Receive Data Processing (RDP) circuit.

RDP
The first stage of RDP is the MLCM decoder. By checking redundancy bits contained in
the radio frame, forward error correction (FEC) is processed. Radio parity (RP) bits
before error correction and a part of MLCM redundancy bits are detected to monitor
the error performance across the radio hop from modulator input to demodulator
output.
RP bit error ratio deterioration (BER-ALM) is one of the automatic USW operation
initiators. Another automatic operation initiator of USW is loss of frame
synchronization (LOF) of the radio frame.
The USW is uni-directional switch and performs hitless switching on fade.
Drop/insert of MSOH and RSOH and AU-Pointer rewriting are carried out and eight
(8) streams of unipolar signal are converted to an STM-1 CMI signal and sent out to the
BSW unit of CISU block.
The BSW is a bi-directional switch and performs hit switch for equipment failure.
Figure 2-1 shows the main signal flow of the STM-1 Electrical Interface equipment as
an example.

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Figure 2-1. Main Signal Flow of STM-1 Electrical Interface Terminal

DUP
TDP USW MOD TX
BPF

Prot STM-1
CH CMI RDP USW DEM RX
BPF
STM-1
Electrical MSTU
In/out

Main 1 BSW TDP USW MOD TX


BPF
STM-1
CMI RDP USW DEM RX
BPF

WS R, S
UC (F1)
MSTU

Main 2 BSW TDP USW MOD TX


BPF
STM-1
CMI RDP USW DEM RX
BPF

WS R, S
UC (F1)
MSTU

Main 3 BSW TDP USW MOD TX


BPF
STM-1
CMI RDP USW DEM RX
BPF

WS R, S
UC (F1)
MSTU

RF SPU ACU
UC (F1)
WS R, S

To/from Main N Unipolar data


STM-1 CMI
RUC 1, 2
EOW 2W (E1, E2)
EOW 4W (E1, E2) ACU: Antenna Coupling Unit Block
OSSI (X25/Q3) RF SPU: Radio Frequency Signal Processing Unit Block
Housekeeping DI CISU: Baseband Interface, Control Interface & Signal
DO Channel Unit Block

Web LT

EXT CLK OUT


EXT CLK IN
EQPT CLK MON
CISU

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Space Diversity Reception with In-Phase


Combiner

As a countermeasure against severe propagation path conditions, Space Diversity (SD)


reception is provided as standard. Space diversity circuit is fitted as standard and
enabled by software (Provisioning setting by Web LT).
Figure 2-2 shows the diagram of RF/IF section of the RF SPU applied for SD
reception.
Figure 2-2. Diagram of Space Diversity Reception

From
SD
Antenna
To/from Main Antenna

DUP
MOD MIX IFA LNZ MIX FIL MIX AMP BPF

TXPLO BPF
1st 2nd RF
IF LOC IF LOC LOC
EPS RXPLO

DEM MIX DELAY HYB MIX AMP MIX LNA BPF


EQL

MIX AMP MIX LNA BPF


IF DADE
MSTU
Prot

MOD MIX IFA LNZ MIX FIL MIX AMP

TXPLO
1st 2nd RF
IF IF LOC
EPS RXPLO

DEM MIX DELAY HYB MIX AMP MIX LNA BPF


EQL

MIX AMP MIX LNA BPF


IF DADE
MSTU
Main 1
RF SPU ACU

MOD: Modulator LNA: Low Noise Amplifier


IFA: IF Amplifier HYB: Hybrid as IF Combiner
LNZ: Linearizer IF DADE: Differential Absolute Delay
MIX: Mixer Equalizer (adjustable) for SD
FIL: Filter DELAY EQL: Delay Equalizer (adjustable)
AMP: RF Amplifier DEM: Demodulator
EPS: Endless Phase Shifter LOC: Local Oscillator
TX/RX PLO: Phase Locked Loop Oscillator

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The SD system generally uses two antennas, the upper and lower antennas.
The Main antenna (upper) is used for transmission and reception commonly. The SD
antenna (lower) is used only for space diversity reception.
The MSTU is equipped with two sets of receivers; one receiver (Main receiver) is
connected to the Main antenna and the other (SD receiver) is connected to the SD
antenna.
Two receiver outputs are combined together after phase synchronization with each
other. Synchronization is achieved by controlling the 2nd IF local carrier of the main
receiver to the SD receiver through the Endless Phase Shifter (EPS).
The combining ratio of two receiver outputs is controlled algorithmically to optimize
the transmission performance.
The SD system can improve the Carrier to Noise Ratio (C/N) up to 2-3 dB during the
stable propagation condition period and significantly reduce the outage probability due
to multi-path fading.

Transmit Space Diversity with Two Antennas

As a countermeasure against severe propagation path conditions, transmitter space


diversity with two antennas is also provided as an option. The schematic block diagram
is shown in Figure 2-3.
Figure 2-3. Schematic Diagram of Transmit Space Diversity (in case of N+1 ACCP operation
with R-SD and T-SD)

CH1, 3, 5 and 7 TX

CH1 to CH8 RX

CH2, 4, 6 and 8 TX

CH1 to CH8 SD

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MSTU Front Panel

Figure 2-4 shows the front panel of the MSTU unit and Table 2-1 shows the
functions of the MSTU front panel.
Table 2-1. MSTU Front Panel Functions

No. Item Function

1 FAN Cooling 4 fans for transmitter.

2 FAN PWR Power cable connector for cooling fans

3 POWER ON/ DC power supply switch for MSTU unit


OFF

4 TX LO MON Monitor terminal for TX local frequency

5 70M IN 70 MHz test input terminal for IF-IF characteristic measurement

6 REF I/O In/out terminal for RX local reference signal of CCDP operation
OUT (master) or IN (slave) selection is made through WebLT.

7 70M OUT MN 70 MHz test output terminal for IF-IF characteristic measurement of
70M OUT SD Main/SD antenna reception

8 DADE DADE for Main/SD antenna waveguide length difference

9 D-EQL Delay equalizer for branching network

10 XPIC OUT XPIC output terminal for CCDP operation


(master) Combined IF signal of Main/SD is available at this terminal

11 XPIC IN XPIC input terminal for CCDP operation


(slave)

12 INCR/DECR Push button switch for analog level setting


ITEM NO Rotary switch for testing together with WebLT
Keep ITEM NO = 0 for normal operation

13 LED indicator Alarm/status indicator:


UNIT/RCI Normal = green (*), Unit failure = red on, RCI = red blinking
LINE Normal = green (*), Line failure = red on
*: Green for mode 2 or Yellow for mode 1 is selectable via Web LT.

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Figure 2-4. MSTU unit front panel

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Upper View of MSTU Adapter

The RF output and input connector to/from the MSTU unit are located at the upper
part of each MSTU unit. These connectors are mounted on the MSTU plug-in adapter
as an intermediate device.
Figure 2-5 shows the upper view of the MSTU adapter.
Figure 2-5. Upper View of MSTU adapter

SMA Coaxial Connector

TX RX SD

TX port: Transmitter output


RX: port: Main RX input
SD port: SD RX input

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Chapter 3. OW/UC/RUC/WS
Signal Transmission
In addition to the main signal (STM-1 signal), the TRuepoint 6500 radio has the
function to transmit several auxiliary signals.
Some signals are accessible for a users utilization through the connectors in the user
interface area (UIA) block of initial and expansion shelves. Some signals are exclusively
used by the TRuepoint 6500 to control the system itself.
This chapter describes auxiliary signals for the users utilization as follows:
Transmitted by STM-1 SOH (Section Overhead)
Two Engineering Orderwires per system
One User Channel per STM-1
One Wayside Traffic per STM-1 (see 3.4 Wayside Traffic)
Transmitted by RFCOH (Radio Frame Complementary Overhead)
Two Radio User Channels per system
One Wayside Traffic per STM-1

Engineering Orderwire (OW)

The TRuepoint 6500 provides two engineering orderwires. One is transmitted by E1


byte of RSOH (Regenerator Section OH); the other one is transmitted by E2 byte of
MSOH (Multiplex Section OH). Generally the orderwire by E1 is used for omnibus and
E2 for express. Both E1 and E2 are protected between PRT and M1 channels
independently from USW and BSW.
Voice frequency signals of two orderwire by E1 and E2 are independent and have no
mutual communication between the two.

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Figure 3-1. Signal Flow of Orderwire

To other
4W
interface
LINE side RPS1-M1

E1
Analog voice addition for
E1 byte (R- RPS1-PRT LED, buzzer,
DTM call
SOH) contact point
Detection

Voice addition
Ring back
RADIO side RPS1-M1 Ringer
RPS1-PRT
E1 byte (R-
2W INTF
SOH)
External
(2W)
RPS1-M1
E2
Analog voice addition for
DTM call
LINE side
RPS1-PRT Detection
E2 byte
(M-SOH)
Voice addition Ring back
RPS1-M1
RADIO side RPS1-PRT Ringer
E2 byte 2W INTF
(M-SOH) External
(2W)
4W
interface
To other
PCM

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User Channel (UC)

A User Channel (UC) of 64 kb/s per RF channel is prepared for a users data
communication. This user channel is transmitted by F1 byte of RSOH.
The interface circuit of the user channel is on the multi-pin connector on the UIA.
User Channels are protected by the RPS (USW and BSW).
Figure 3-2. Signal Flow of User Channel (F1)

In/Out port MSTU


Prot
Prot

To/from
BSW units Main 1 MSTU Other
Main 1
in Main 1 Station
64 kb/s CISU Main 2
Main 2 Main 1
Main N
Main N Main 2

Main N

Radio User Channel (RUC)

There are two (2) Radio User Channels (RUC) per system which are provided to
transmit voice frequency signals (VF) or 64 kb/s data signal for a users utilization. The
RUC is transferred by the Radio Frame Complementary Overhead (RFCOH).
RUC is transmitted between Protection and Main 1 channels in parallel for duplication
and at the receive end; one of the RUC set is selected.
VF or 64 kb/s digital interface is selectable by mounting sub-modules on SV.
Figure 3-3. Signal Flow of Radio User Channel

In/Out port MSTU


Prot
Prot

To/from
BSW units Main 1 MSTU Other
Main 1
in Main 1 Station
64 kb/s CISU Main 2
Main 2 Main 1
Main N
Main N Main 2

Main N

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Wayside Traffic (WS)

The TRuepoint 6500 radio provides two (2) Wayside channels (WS, 2.048 Mb/s
each) per STM-1.
One Wayside channel (WSS) is transmitted by the undefined national usage byte on
SOH while the other Wayside channel (WSR) is transmitted on the Radio Frame
Complementary Overhead.
Input/output port connectors are located on the BSW/OPT BSW unit for 75 ohms
unbalanced or multi-pin connector on the user interface area (UIA) block for120 ohm
balanced interface.
Interface conditions of input/output port are set manually on the BSW/OPT BSW. For
details please refer to the Installation & Maintenance Manual.
Wayside signals are protected by the RPS (USW and BSW).
Figure 3-4. Signal Flow of Wayside Traffic

RF SPU
Prot Prot

WS (SOH)
BSW/ RF SPU
Main 1 OPT BSW Main 1 Main 1
WS (RFCOH)
To/from
Other
Station
WS (SOH)
BSW/OPT RF SPU
Main 2 BSW Main 2
Main 2
WS (RFCOH)

WS (SOH)
BSW/OPT RF SPU
Main N BSW Main N Main N
WS (RFCOH)

Digital Communication Channel (DCC)

Digital Communication Channels (DCC) are provided for the Synchronous Equipment
Management Function (SEMF) signal transmission.
For the details of DCC, see Chapter 6.
DCC is protected between the PRT and M1 channels.

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Orderwire 4W Analogue Branching using


optional OWBR unit

An Orderwire 4-wired analogue branching network using OWBR is available as an


option. The schematic block diagram of the orderwire branching network is shown in
Figure 3-5.
Figure 3-5. Schematic Block Diagram of OWBR

OWBR BR-5
BR-4
BR-3

OWBR BR-3 OWBR


BR-2 BR-2
BR-1 BR-1

SV 4W E1 SV 4W E1

4W E2 4W E2

BR-1 BR-1
BR-2 BR-2
BR-3

BR-3
BR-4
BR-5

One (1) OWBR Two (2) OWBR units


Max. 3 OW branch Max. 5OW branch
4W E1 and E2 4W E1 and E2

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AUX-LAN Converter using optional AUX/LAN


CONV unit

A LAN compatible signal can be extended on the user channel (UC) or wayside traffic
(WS) transmission line. Application is as follows:
10/100M Base to/from UC (RUC) 64kx1CH
10/100M Base to/from UC (RUC) 64kx2CH East/West
10/100M Base to/from WS 2Mx1CH
10/100 M Base to/from WS 2Mx2CH East/West

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Chapter 4. OverHead Bit Access
for TRuepoint 6500 System
The TRuepoint 6500 uses three kinds of overhead bits to transfer the signals for
system supervisory/control & switching and user utilization.
In addition to the Multiplex Section Overhead (MSOH) and Regenerator Section
Overhead (RSOH) of the STM-1 frame, the Radio Frame Complementary Overhead
(RFCOH) is provided between two MSTUs across a radio hop.
Figure 4-1 and Figure 4-2 show access points of MSOH, RSOH and RFCOH and two
(2) types of operation mode; MS mode or RS mode are settable by provisioning.
Figure 4-1. SDH Radio Overhead Bit Access (in case of MS mode)

SDH Radio System SDH Optical


System

Terminal Repeater Terminal Terminal Terminal

Radio Frame Radio Frame

MS MS RS RS

MS

RFCOH RFCOH RFCOH


RSOH RSOH RSOH RSOH RSOH RSOH
MSOH MSOH MSOH MSOH MSOH

RS : Regenerator Section
MS : Multiplex Section
RFCOH : Radio Frame Complementary Overhead
RSOH : Regenerator Section Overhead of STM-1
MSOH : Multiplex Section Overhead of STM-1

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Figure 4-2. SDH Radio Overhead Bit Access (in case of RS mode)

SDH Radio System SDH Optical


S t

Terminal Repeater Terminal Terminal Terminal

Radio Frame Radio Frame

RS RS RS RS

MS

MS

RFCOH RFCOH RFCOH


RSOH RSOH RSOH RSOH RSOH RSOH
MSOH MSOH MSOH MSOH

RS : Regenerator Section
MS : Multiplex Section
RFCOH : Radio Frame Complementary Overhead
RSOH : Regenerator Section Overhead of STM-1
MSOH : Multiplex Section Overhead of STM-1

MSOH and RSOH

The Multiplex Section Overhead (MSOH) and Regenerator Section Overhead (RSOH)
are compatible with SDH fiber optical system in accordance with ITU-T
Recommendation G. 707.
The MSOH are dropped/inserted at terminal stations of multiplex section mode and
the RSOH are dropped/inserted at terminal/repeater stations of multiplex/
regenerator section mode.
Figure 4-3 shows the STM-1 frame format and overhead bit assignment.
Table 4-1 shows the function of MSOH, RSOH and Pointer.

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Figure 4-3. STM-1 Frame Format Construction

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Table 4-1. Main Function of Section Overhead (ITU-T G.707)

Overhead Byte Usage Function


Abbr.
SOH A1, A2 Framing 6 bytes are used for STM-1 frame synchronization.
The pattern is A1A1A1A2A2A2 to each STM-1 frame,
A1 = 11110110, A2 = 00101000

D1 to D12 Data 12 bytes are used for Telecommunication Management


Communicatio Network (TMN).
n Channels D1 to D3 are communication for Regenerator Section.
D4 to D12 are communication for Multiplex Section.

J0 Regenerator One byte is unique number assigned to an STM-1


Section Trace signal for identification in aggregated STM-N level.

E1, E2 Orderwire Two bytes are used for voice frequency transmission as
engineering orderwire.
E1 are communication for Regenerator Section.
E2 are communication for Multiplex Section.

F1 User channel One byte is reserved for user purposes.


A User Channel (SOH) is to be transmitted.

B1 BIP-8 Bit Interleaved Parity 8


One byte is used to monitor the error performance of
Regenerator Section.

B2 BIP-24 Bit Interleaved Parity 24


Three bytes are used to monitor the error performance
of Multiplex Section.

K1, K2 APS channel Two bytes are allocated for Multiplex Section
Protection (MSP) switching control.

S1 Synchronous One byte is used for quality control of the synchronous


status clock signal.

M1 Far end block One byte is allocated to transmit the block error
error information to the far end.

Z1, Z2 Spare Four bytes are reserved as spare.

Pointer H1 to H3 Pointer bit Administration Unit (AU) pointer bits are used for
Section Adaptation (SA).
SS bit
Sending side
H1: 00/10/01/11 selectable
Y1 (H1#2): same as H1
Y2 (H1#3): same as H1
Receiving side
H1: 00/10/01/11 selectable
Y1 (H1#2): XX (no use)
Y2 (H1#3): XX (no use)
Note: H1 is set to same value for sending and receiving
side.

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RFCOH

The TRuepoint 6500 organizes the Radio Frame for the transmission between the
two Main Signal Transmission Units (MSTU) across a radio hop. The Radio Frame is
composed of the STM-1 signal and Radio Frame Complementary Overhead (RFCOH).

Total Bit Rate


Total bit rate (No. of streams x clock rate) after speed conversion and series-parallel
conversion for 64QAM and 128QAM system is shown as follows:
64 QAM system: 6 streams of 28.512 Mb/s (26 = 64-state)
128 QAM system: 7 streams of 24.192 Mb/s (27 = 128-state)
The Radio Frame Complementary Overhead (RFCOH) transfers two categories of
signal and a number of dummy bit. One is exclusively internal use for the monitoring/
controlling of a TRuepoint 6500 system and the other is for user utilization.

Signals for internal use of TRuepoint 6500 system:


FA: Frame Alignment bit to maintain the frame synchronization of radio frame (36
bits = 288 kb/s for 64 QAM, 42 bits = 336 kb/s for 128 QAM).
C1: Redundancy bit for Multi Level Coded Modulation (MLCM) level 1 (1184 bits =
9472 kb/s for 64 QAM, 1004 bits = 8032 kb/s for 128 QAM).
C2: Redundancy bit for Multi Level Coded Modulation (MLCM) level 2. Radio parity
for the error performance across radio section before error correction is checked by
this signal (296 bits = 2368 kb/s for 64 QAM, 251 bits = 2008 kb/s for 128 QAM).
BSCS (RSC*): Baseband Switch Control Signal to control the Radio Protection
System (RPS) (32 bits = 256 kb/s).
RID1 to RID4: Route identifier for radio section (4 bits = 32 kb/s).
ATPC: Automatic Transmit Power Control (6 bits = 48 kb/s)
1BE/X1BE: Transfer bit for 1 Bit Error (2 bits = 16 kb/s).
FMS/XFMS: Transfer bit for Frequency Measurement (2 bits = 16 kb/s).
OOS/XOOS: Transfer bit for Out of Service (OOS) (2 bits = 16 kb/s).

Signals for users utilization


WSRF: Wayside traffic on RFCOH (264 bits = 2112 kb/s)
RUC (RSC*): Radio User Channel (16 bits = 128 kb/s)

RSC* (Radio Service Channel, 108 bits = 864 kb/s) is composed of BSCS,
RUC, unused bits and stuff bits to be transmitted duplicated by the Main
1 and Protection channel only.

Figure 4-4 shows the detailed Radio Frame structure.

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Figure 4-4.

F ra m e S tru ctu re o f 64Q AM -155M Ra d io S yste m

270 by tes
9 b yte s

RS O H
9 rows

P O INTE R P ay load

M SOH

2,430 bits (19,440 M bit/s )

1s t row 2nd row 3rd row 8th row 9th row


8 bits

261 bits
9 bits
Afte r sp e e d co n ve rsio n a n d se ria l-p a ra lle l co n ve rsio n

S uper fram e (3,564 bits /28.512 M bit/s )

F irs t S ub F ram e S ec ond S ub F ram e


6 bits
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1,776 bits /148 word fram e) 1,776 bits /148 word fram e)
6 bits 6 bits
6 bits

: Overhead bit
1s t word 2nd word . 147th w ord 148th w ord

: Frame bit
12 bits
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Figure 4-5. Word Structure of 64QAM System

Bit Arrangement from 1st to 82nd word

0 6 12 17 23 29 34 40 46 50 56 62
1 7 13 18 24 30 35 41 47 51 57 63

2 8 14 19 25 31 36 42 48 52 58 64
3 9 15 20 26 32 37 43 49 53 59 65

4 10 16 21 27 33 38 44 b 54 60 C2
5 11 C1 22 28 C1 39 45 C1 55 61 C1

STM-1 data bits: 66 bits

RFCOH bit (a): 1 bit 72 bits

C1 redundancy bit: 4 bits


C2 redundancy bit: 1 bits

Bit Arrangement from 83rd to 148th word

0 6 12 17 23 29 33 39 45 49 55 61
1 7 13 18 24 30 34 40 46 50 56 62

2 8 14 19 25 31 35 41 47 51 57 63
3 9 15 20 26 32 36 42 48 52 58 64

4 10 16 21 27 a 37 43 b 53 59 C2

5 11 C1 22 28 C1 38 44 C1 54 60 C1

STM-1 data bits: 65 bits


RFCOH bit (a,b): 2 bits 72 bits

C1 redundancy bit: 4 bits


C2 redundancy bit: 1 bits

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Frame Structure of 128QAM-155M Radio System

270 bytes
9 bytes

RSOH
9 rows

POINTER Payload

MSOH

2,430 bits(19,440 Mbit/s)


1st row 2nd row 3rd row 8th row 9th row
8 bits

261 bits
9 bits
After speed conversion and serial-parallel conversion

Super frame (3,024 bits/24,192 Mbit/s)

First Sub Frame Second Sub Frame


7 bits
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6 bits 6 bits
7 bits

: Overhead bit
1st word 2nd word . 125th w ord 126th w ord
: Frame bit

12 bits
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Figure 4-7. Word Structure of 128QAM System

Bit Arrangement from 1st to 36th word (1st sub frame)

Bit Arrangement from 1st to 35th word (2nd sub frame)

0 7 14 20 27 34 40 47 54 59 66 73
1 8 15 21 28 35 41 48 55 60 67 74

2 9 16 22 29 36 42 49 56 61 68 75

3 10 17 23 30 37 43 50 57 62 69 76
4 11 18 24 31 38 44 51 58 63 70 77

5 12 19 25 32 39 45 52 b 64 71 C2
6 13 C1 26 33 C1 46 53 C1 65 72 C1

STM-1 data bits: 78 bits


RFCOH bit (a): 1 bit 84 bits

C1 redundancy bit: 4 bits


C2 redundancy bit: 1 bits

Bit Arrangement from 37th to 126th word


Bit Arrangement from 36th to 125th word

0 7 14 20 27 34 39 46 53 58 65 72

1 8 15 21 28 35 40 47 54 59 66 73
2 9 16 22 29 36 41 48 55 60 67 74

3 10 17 23 30 37 42 49 56 61 68 75
4 11 18 24 31 38 43 50 57 62 69 76

5 12 19 25 32 a 44 51 b 63 70 C2

6 13 C1 26 33 C1 45 52 C1 64 71 C1

STM-1 data bits: 77 bits


RFCOH bit (a,b): 2 bits 84 bits

C1 redundancy bit: 4 bits

C2 redundancy bit: 1 bits

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Chapter 5. Radio Protection
Switch System
The TRuepoint 6500 radio has the function of the Radio Protection Switch (RPS) to
maintain high signal transmission quality. RPS is activated for severe propagation path
condition (occurrence of multipath fading) and equipment failure. Manual switching is
also available for regular testing and maintenance purposes.

Outline of Radio Protection Switching (RPS)

Switching Capacity
One protection channel is provided for each switching group.
N+1 ACCP/ACAP/CCDP operation:
One group (RPS 1 = Group 1) having N + 1 switching capacity
2x(N+1) CCDP:
Two groups (RPS 1 = Group 1 and RPS 2 = Group 2) having N + 1 switching capacity,
independently activation
Double terminal operation: One group (RPS1 = Group 1) having max. 3+1 switching
capacity for both A-B and B-C directions, independently
Maximum number of main channels is determined by radio frequency band utilized,
however, maximum switching capacity of each group is 7+1.

Switching Stage
The Radio Protection System has two stages of switch; one is bipolar switch (BSW) and
the other is unipolar switch (USW).
Figure 5-1 shows the outline of the Radio Protection System.

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Figure 5-1. Radio Protection System


Prot MSTU MSTU
Prot
(USW) (USW)

Main 1 Main 1
MSTU MSTU
BB INTF BSW BSW BB INTF
(USW) (USW)

Main 2 MSTU MSTU Main 2


BB INTF BSW BSW BB INTF
(USW) (USW)

Main 3 MSTU MSTU Main 3


BB INTF BSW BSW BB INTF
(USW) (USW)

To/from Main N To/from Main N


Unipolar signal Unipolar signal

To/from Main N STM-1 CMI signal To/from Main N STM-1 CMI signal

: Bipolar signal (CMI) line


: Unipolar signal (19.440 Mb/s X 8) line
: Optional BB INTF circuit (STM-1 electrical and optical interface)
BB INTF

Switching Section
The switching section of the Radio Protection Switch (RPS) is activated on a hop
basis, therefore protection switching is activated between stations despite the type i.e.
terminal station, repeater station or back-to-back terminal station.
Figure 5-2 shows the relationship between terminals and a repeater for the RPS
switching section.

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Figure 5-2. Switching Section

Terminal Repeater Terminal


A B C
USW MSTU USW MSTU
MSTU USW MSTU USW

BB BS USW MSTU BS BS USW MSTU BS BB


INTF INTF
W MSTU USW W W MSTU USW W

BB BS USW MSTU BS BS USW MSTU BS BB


INTF INTF
W MSTU USW W W MSTU USW W

Unipolar Unipolar Unipolar


Unipolar
CMI CMI
To/from Main N CMI
To/from Main N CMI
To/from Main N

Switching section A Switching section B

OW/UC/WS Signal
The Radio Protection Switching of Orderwire, User Channel on SOH and Wayside
traffic on SOH/RFCOH is linked to the operation of the STM-1 main signal.

CCDP (Co-Channel Dual-Polarized) Operation


In case of CCDP terminal operation, two independent Radio Protection Switching
groups (RPS 1 and RPS 2) are configured according to the system requirement.
RPS 1 and RPS 2 operate independently and no mutual protection switching is carried
out between the two groups.

Human Machine Interface (HMI)


Supervising of switching status and manual switch operation are carried out through a
Web-based local craft terminal (Web LT). There is no display/ control panel for RPS
equipped on the TRuepoint 6500 itself.
The Web LT can supervise/control all TRuepoint 6500 equipment (NE = Network
Element) within a Digital Communication Channel (DCC) group to which the local
terminal is connected. The Web LT and SNMP manager can manage all TRuepoint
6500 equipment together with other communication equipment.

USW and BSW

The Radio Protection Switch (RPS) has two stages of switch, unipolar switch (USW)
and bipolar switch (BSW).
Figure 5-3 and Figure 5-4 show the function of the USW and BSW.

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USW (Unipolar Switch)


The USW is a part of the digital transmit/receive processor (TDP/RDP) of the MSTU.
This switch has the manual/automatic DADEing (Differential Automatic time Delay
Equalization) function between protection and any of main channels and performs the
hitless (errorless) switching for fade.
Detailed USW information is as follows:
Signal level: 8 streams of 19.440 Mb/s, Unipolar stage
Direction: Uni-directional
Auto revertive
Initiator: Loss of frame alignment (F LOSS)
Signal degrade (BER ALM)
1 bit error detected (1BE, optional setting)

BSW (Bipolar Switch)


A BSW unit per each main channel is mounted in the CISU (Baseband interface,
Control interface, and Service Channel Unit) block. In case of a STM-1 optical interface,
BSW should be replaced to OPT BSW.
This BSW/OPT BSW) switch is activated by equipment failure and performs hit
switching.
Detailed BSW information is as follows;:
Signal level: STM-1, CMI (Coded Mark Inversion)
Bipolar stage
Direction: Bi-directional
Auto revertive
Initiator: MSTU equipment alarm
MSTU line failure alarm
MSTU power supply failure

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Figure 5-3. Automatic Operation of USW

Figure 5-4. Automatic Operation of BSW

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Switching Priority

The priority order of Radio Protection Switching is as follows.


Table 5-1. Priority Order of RPS Operation

Priority Switching Description

1st Lockout Inhibits any type of RPS operation

2nd Forced Switch over to Prot CH regardless the condition of the


Main CH and Prot CH unless locked out.

3rd Automatic The Main CH will be switched over to Prot CH, if Prot CH
is free and normal.
The priority order of automatic switching is listed below.

4th Manual The traffic will be switched over to Prot CH by the


command through Web LT, if Prot CH is free and normal.

5th Occ Occasional traffic transmission (option)


The lowest priority traffic is allowed to be transferred on
the Prot CH when Prot CH is free and normal.

Table 5-2. Priority Order of Automatic Protection Switching

Priority Switching operation

Highest BSW operation of Priority CH (default = Main 1)

BSW operation of the channel first come

BSW operation of the channel second come

USW operation by F LOSS (Radio Frame Loss) of Priority CH (default


= Main 1)

USW operation by F LOSS (Radio Frame Loss) of the channel first come

USW operation by F LOSS (Radio Frame Loss) of the channel second


come

USW operation by BER ALM of Priority CH (default = Main 1)

USW operation by BER ALM of the channel first come

Lowest USW operation by BER ALM of the channel second come

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Switching Initiator and Operation Time

Automatic protection of RPS is initiated by:


Signal Failure: Frame alignment loss (F LOSS) of the Radio Frame
Signal Degrade: Bit Error Ratio Alarm (BER ALM) or 1 bit error detection of radio
parity before forward error correction.

Signal Failure (F LOSS alarm)


F LOSS alarm is initiated within 3 m seconds after losing frame synchronization and
recovered within 3 m seconds after establishing synchronization.

Signal Degrade
The threshold level of BER ALM can be set through the Web LT as provisioning.
Table 5-3 shows the setting position and time to initiate/recover the BER ALM.
Default setting is 2.
Table 5-3. BER ALM Initiation Setting and Time to Initiate/Restore

Setting BER ALM BER after Error Time to ALM Time to


Initiation correction Initiate Restoration Restore
before Error (maximum) before Error (average)
correction correction

1 1 bit error 0 ---- no error 5 ms


-3 -7 -5
2 1 X 10 5 X 10 0.25 ms 6 X 10 4 ms
-4 -8 -5
3 5 X 10 6 X 10 0.5 ms 3 X 10 8 ms
-4 -10 -6
4 1 X 10 3 X 10 2.5 ms 6 X 10 40 ms
-5 -11 -6
5 5 X 10 4 X 10 5.0 ms 3 X 10 80 ms
-5 -12 -7
6 1 X 10 1 X 10 less 25.0 ms 6 X 10 400 ms
-6 -12 -7
7 5 X 10 1 X 10 less 50.0 ms 3 X 10 800 ms
-6 -12 -8
8 1 X 10 1 X 10 less 250.0 ms 6 X 10 4000 ms

Switching Time
Without occasional traffic: Less than 5 ms excluding BER ALM detecting time and RPS
control signal propagation time.
With occasional traffic: Less than 9.5 ms excluding BER ALM detecting time and RPS
control signal propagation time.

Baseband DADE (Differential Absolute Delay Equalizer)


Automatic DADE (+/- 3 bits) functions to synchronize two baseband signals
transmitted between any of the Main CHs and the Prot CH when radio protection
switching is activated.
Manual DADE (0 to 31 bits) functions to synchronize two baseband signals transmitted
between any of the Main CHs and the Prot CH when radio protection switching is
activated.

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Wait to Restore (WTR)


Delay time from detecting BER ALM restoration to releasing protection switching is
available to eliminate unnecessary RPS operation when the propagation condition is
unstable.
If another channel failed during the WTR period, the WTR will be canceled
immediately and Prot CH is taken over by the newly failed channel.

Occasional Traffic (option)

The lowest priority traffic can be transmitted on the PRT CH when all channels are
normal. If any channel failed, the occasional traffic will be disconnected immediately
to relieve the traffic of the failed main channel.
Extra OCC INTF for STM-1 electrical interface and OPT OCC unit for STM-1 optical
interface are required for the occasional traffic transmission.

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Control Interface & Service
Channel Unit Block
The TRuepoint 6500 terminal and repeater equipment are equipped with a baseband
interface, control interface, and service channel (CISU) Unit block for each switching
group. The main function of the CISU is as follows:
Provides the signal interfaces of the STM-1, Orderwire, User Channel, Wayside and
Digital Communication channels.
Provides an interface for the Web-based Local Craft Terminal (Web LT) and SNMP
Manager for Network Management System (NMS).
Provides a STM-1 electrical/optical interface.
Provides an interface of the External Timing Clock Source.
Performs the Radio Protection Switching (RPS) at bipolar stage.
Retrieves/registers alarm/status data for protection control and indication.
Retrieves/registers Performance Monitoring data.
Supervisory/Control of the Radio Protection Switching (RPS) at bipolar and unipolar
signal level.
Provides Orderwire functions.
Administrates the Timing Clock Synchronization.
Relays Housekeeping (External) supervisory/control signal.
Registers the NE setting (provisioning) data.
The CISU block is composed of the following units:

BSW Bipolar Switch unit for STM-1 electrical interface

SV Supervisory unit
1
TCU Timing Control Unit

HK2 Housekeeping unit

OCC INTF3 Occasional Traffic Interface unit

OPT BSW14 Baseband Switch Interface unit for STM-1 optical 1(code S.1-1)

OPT BSW25 Baseband Switch Interface unit for STM-1 optical 2 (code L.1-1)

OPT OCC6 Occasional Traffic Interface unit for STM-1 optical

BSW INTF7 Baseband Switch Interface unit

AUX/LAN CONV AUX-LAN Converter Unit for LAN extension

OWBR Orderwire 4W Analogue Branching Unit (4-in/out for E1 & E2)


1. Optional unit for MS mode operation, maximum 2.
2. Maximum 2 units as option.
3. Optional unit for OCC on PRT channel (max. 2 for co-chan.)
4. Optional unit for STM-1 optical interface 1 transmission.
5. Optional unit for STM-1 optical interface 2 transmission.
6. Optional unit for OCC on PRT channel (max. 2 for co chan.)
7. Used only for 2x(N+1) CCDP operation.

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Figure 6-1 shows the functional block diagram of the CISU.


Figure 6-1. Schematic Block Diagram of CISU Function

BSW RF SPU MSTUs


Main 1 Mn Mn
LINE and M2 M2
M1 M1
RADIO Prot

STM-1 CMI?
WS X 2
UC X 1

To/from Prot & M1

To/from all RF SPUs


EXT CLK IN
TCU To/from all RF SPUs
EQPT CLK OUT

HK ALARM IN
HK* CISU
HK CONTROL
OUT SV unit AUXL
ANC
ONV
OW
BR
Web LT
SV sub-
LAN/X25
unit
HK IN/OUT for RPS 2
DCC IN/OUT

Radio UC X 2 VF/DGTL

OW (2W VF) X
2 OW

OW (4W VF) X
2

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Signal Interface

Connectors for the STM-1 Electrical/Optical Interface and Wayside traffic of 75- ohms
unbalanced are located on the front panel of BSW/OPT BSW unit. Connectors for
Wayside traffic of 120 ohms balanced and other auxiliary signals are located on the user
interface area (UIA) block.
Please refer to the Installation & Maintenance manual for pin assignments of the
interface connector.

Bipolar Switch (BSW) unit

A Bipolar Switch (BSW) unit is provided for each main channel. The STM-1 electrical
interface signal to/from other equipment are interfaced to this BSW unit. The BSW
unit switches the following signals simultaneously:
An STM-1 CMI signal
Wayside Traffic (Both on SOH and RFCOH) and User Channel (SOH).
The Bipolar switch is activated for equipment failure and causes some data loss (hit
switch).

Bipolar Switch for Optical Interface (OPT


BSW) unit

A Bipolar Switch for the Optical Interface (OPT BSW) unit is provided for each main
channel as an option. The STM-1 optical input signal to/from other equipment is
interfaced to this OPT BSW unit.
The OPT BSW unit switches the following signals simultaneously.
An STM-1 CMI signal after O-E conversion and before E-O conversion
Wayside Traffics on SOH and RFCOH, a User Channel on SOH
The Bipolar switch is activated for equipment failure and causes some data loss (hit
switch).
Regarding the control and alarm signal transmission of OPT BSW, please refer to
Control and Alarm Signal Transmission of OPT BSW unit in this chapter.

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Supervisory (SV) unit

The main function of the SV unit is as follows:


Terminates Orderwire, User Channel and DCC signals.
Provides an interface for the Web based Local Craft Terminal (Web LT) and SNMP
Network Management System and ethernet.
Retrieves/registers alarm/status data for protection control and indication.
Retrieves/registers Performance Monitoring data.
Supervisory/Control of the RPS at bipolar and unipolar signal level.
Provides Orderwire functions.
Registers the NE setting (provisioning) data.
Relays Housekeeping (8 item input and 4 item output)
DCC connection to/from LINE and RADIO side
Figure 6-2 shows the LEDs switches and connectors of the SV unit.

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Figure 6-2. Front View of SV Unit

SV

SV
UNIT UNIT

LINE LINE

MISC MISC

ACS/SWDL ACS/SWDL

NORM NORM

NE ALM/RCI NE ALM/RCI

MAINT MAINT

CARD OUT CARD OUT

ACO ACO

CALL E1 CALL E1

CALL E2 CALL E2

DEBUG DEBUG

LAN 1 LAN 1

LAN 2 LAN 2

SINT2 SINT2
CLK CLK

2W E1 2W E1

2W E2 2W E2

LED TEST LED TEST

ACO ACO

BZ EN BZ EN

SV unit for GP1 SV unit for GP1 + GP2

LED Indication
The SV unit displays summarize the alarms/status of the TRuepoint 6500 radio (NE)
as shown in Table 6-1, Table 6-2, and Table 6-3. Detailed LED indications are
available on each unit.

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Table 6-1. LED, Switch and Connector of SV unit (1/3)

LED Indication
Group LED Color1 Status Description

Indication UNIT/RCI Red Solid on Unit failure of SV unit


for SV
unit Blinking RCI (Remote Card Identifier) of SV unit

Green (Y) Solid on Normal operation of SV unit

Yellow (G) Blinking Configuration mismatch of SV unit

LINE Red Solid on SINT/ RSC/DCC signal failure

Green (Y) Solid on SINT/ RSC/DCC signal normal

MISC Red Solid on Housekeeping alarm (DI) on

ACS/SWDL Green (Y) Blinking Provisioning/SWDL data is being writing

Red Solid on Mismatch of software version

Indication NORM Green (Y) Solid on Normal operation of NE


for NE
NE ALM/ Red Solid on CR/MJ/MN/WR alarm of any unit in NE
RCI
Blinking RCI (Remote Card Identifier) of any unit in NE

MAINT Yellow (G) Solid on Maintenance condition of NE

CARD OUT Red Solid on CARD OUT alarm of NE more serious than WR

Yellow (G) Solid on CARD OUT alarm of NE not more serious than
WR

ACO Yellow (G) Solid on Alarm cut off of NE

Orderwire CALL E1 Green (Y) Blinking E1 orderwire is being called

CALL E2 Green (Y) Blinking E2 orderwire is being called


1. Green (Y) = Green for LED mode 2, Yellow for LED mode 1.
Yellow (G) = Yellow for LED mode 2, Green for LED mode 1.

Table 6-2. LED, Switch and Connector of SV unit (2/3)

Switch Control
Switch Part No. Type Description

ACO SW SW 5000 Push Alarm cut off

LED TEST SW 5700 Push LED test

RESET SW 1200 Push Factory use

BZ EN SW 5600 Dip Open: Buzzer OFF


Closed: Buzzer ON

SW 5800 Dip Factory use


SW 5602
SW 5601

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Table 6-3. LED, Switch and Connector of SV unit (3/3)

Connector Function
Connector Part No. Type Description

E1-2W J4500 Modular E1 orderwire 2-wire telephone

E2-2W J4600 Modular E2 orderwire 2-wire telephone

LAN1 CN 3700 Modular LAN connector

LAN2 CN 3700 Multi-pin LAN connector

DEBAG CN 5800 Multi-pin Factory use

SINT2CLK CN 600 Multi-pin Factory use

Orderwire Function
Two completely independent orderwires (E1 and E2) are provided.
To use an orderwire, connect an ordinary 2-wire telephone set to the E1-2W or E2-2W
modular jack. Station calling is carried out by selective calling through the telephone
key pad.
Individual station call: Press #, Group No., Station No.
Station group call: Press #, Group No., * * (2 asterisks)
4-wire VF in/out ports are provided for the connection to/from other equipment.

Housekeeping (HK)
8 items of HK alarm input and 4 items of HK control output are available as standard
supply. In addition to the optional HK units, maximum alarm input is 72-item and
maximum HK control output is 36-item.

Digital Communication Channel (DCC)


A DCC line can be transmitted by the Main 1 channel both the LINE side and RADIO
side. Figure 6-3 and Figure 6-4 show the schematic DCC termination by SV.
DCCM (D4-D12) and DCCR (D1-D3) are selectable for MS mode and only DCCR
(D1-D3) is available for RS mode.

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Figure 6-3. Schematic DCC termination by SNMP-SV for GP1.

SV

LAN
Controller
LAN
GP1-W1-RS-LINE GP1-W1-RS-RADIO

HUB
GP1-W1-MS-LINE GP1-W1-MS-RADIO

Figure 6-4. Schematic DCC termination by SNMP-SV for GP1+GP2.

SV
LAN
Controller
LAN
GP1-W 1-RS-LINE GP1-W1-RS-RADIO

HUB
GP1-W1-MS-LINE GP1-W 1-MS-RADIO

GP2-W 1-RS-LINE GP2-W1-RS-RADIO

HUB
GP2-W1-MS-LINE GP2-W 1-MS-RADIO

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Timing Control Unit (TCU)

The Timing Control Unit (TCU) is needed for the TRuepoint 6500 equipment when
MS mode is selected. The Control Interface and Service Channel Unit (CISU)
provides an extra slot and automatic/manual switching facilities for the TCU unit
protection (X and Y) as an option.
The TCU accepts the synchronization timing clock signal from three (3) STM-1 lines
and/or two (2) external clock inputs (2.048 MHz or 2.048 Mb/s) and then regenerates
the clock signal to supply to the NE and external clock output port.
The TCU generates the clock signal internally (Holdover mode and Internal mode) in
case of signal source input loss.
For detailed application, see Synchronization in Chapter 7.

Housekeeping (HK) unit (option)

The SV unit can accommodate 8 items of Housekeeping (HK) input and 4 items of HK
output.
To increase Housekeeping (HK) in/out items, a maximum of two HK units can be
installed as an option.

Number of item HK input (DI) HK output (DO)

SV unit only 8 4

SV unit + HK 1 (*1) 40 20

SV unit + HK 1 + HK 2 (*1) 72 36

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Figure 6-5. Housekeeping in/out (DI/DO) Interface

FRX equipment Other equipment

Housekeeping input (DI)

6.4 k L ? ?

-48 V (-36 to -72 V) ? 0.3 mA to 11.3 mA


Photo
coupler
? ?

Housekeeping output (DO)

L ? ?

Max. I = 100 mA
Relay ?
Max. V = DC 110 V

L ? ?

When optional OPT BSW and/or OPT OCC units are installed, alarm and
control information are monitored on SRT1F WebLT through HK unit.

Detailed No. of DI and DO items excluding OPT BSW are below:


Table 6-4. No. of DI and DO items in the presence of OPT BSW units

Unit used DI (SV) DO (CONT)

SV only 8 4

SV + HK1 40 4n1 20 2n

SV + HK1 + HK2 72 4n 36 2n
1. N = No. of OPT BSW and OPT OCC

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Occasional Traffic Interface (OCC INTF/OPT


OCC) unit (option)

The OCC INTF unit will be used for optional occasional traffic transmission on the
protection channel for STM-1 electrical interface as low priority traffic channel.
The OCC INTF unit provides STM-1 CMI signal interface and is connected with the
BSW unit of last main channel.
In case of a STM-1 optical interface, an OPT OCC unit is used instead of an OCC INTF
unit.

Baseband Switch Interface (BSW INTF) unit


(option)

The BSW INTF unit will be used only for the usage of both RPS1 and RPS2 of a radio
protection switch (RPS), that is, 2x(N+1), CCDP operation.
The BSW INTF unit will be installed in the CISU block of the initial shelf for 2x(3+1)
CCDP operation or 2x(7+1) CCDP operation.

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Control and Alarm Signal Transmission of OPT BSW


unit
Control
Table 6-5 shows the control functions of the OPT BSW for user convenience.
Table 6-5. Control Function

Item Description Note

RCI Remote Card Identifier Blink CARD LED

OPTLB Optical port Loop Back Loop back the tributary.

TR Test Restart Turn on the laser output in 90s.

MR Manual Restart Turn on the laser output in 2s.

LSO Laser Shutout Force turning off the laser output.

These control commands can be operated via house keeping output ports on the
TRuepoint 6500 system. A user can choose a maximum of two control items
from the above five through a hardware switch setting on the OPT BSW. The control
items can be set per card individually.

Alarm and Conditions


Table 6-6 shows alarm and condition items for the OPT BSW.
Table 6-6. Alarm and Condition

Item Description

CARD FAIL Card Fail

PSFAIL PS Fail

LINE FAIL Transmission Signal Fail

RX LOS RX Loss of Signal

TX FAIL TX Fail

CMI LOS CMI Los of Signal

CMI OUT DN CMI Output Down


1
TX HI ALM Optical Output High Alarm
(OPOR: Optical Power Transmitted Out of Range)

TX LO ALM1 Optical Output Low Alarm


(OPD: Optical Power Transmitted Degrade)

BIAS HI ALM1 Laser Bias High Alarm


(LBOL: Laser Bias Out of Limits)

BIAS LO ALM1 Laser Bias Low Alarm

ACT ALS ALS in Active condition

SUBUNIT-FAIL Optical Module Removed

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Item Description

TX HI WN1 Optical Output High Warning

TX LO WN1 Optical Output Low Warning

BIAS HI WN1 Laser Bias High Warning

BIAS LO WN1 Laser Bias Low Warning


1. Diagnostic Monitor option is required.

These alarms and conditions can be monitored via housekeeping input ports on the
TRuepoint 6500 system. A user can choose a maximum of three items from
the above 16 through a hardware switch setting on the OPT BSW. The monitor items
can be set per card individually.
Table 6-7 shows alarm initiators.
Table 6-7. Alarm Initiator

Alarm Initiator
S-1.1 L-1.1 L-1.2

RX LOS -30.5 - -45.0 dBm -34.5 - -45.0 dBm

TX FAIL Logical OR of TX HI ALM, TX LO ALM, BIAS HI ALM and BIAS LO


ALM

CMI LOS 18 dBm

CMI OUT DN

TX HI ALM -5 dBm 3 dBm

TX LO ALM -18 dBm -7.5 dBm

BIAS HI ALM 70 mA

BIAS LO ALM 0 mA

TX HI WN -7 dBm 1 dBm

TX LO WN -16 dBm -5.5 dBm

BIAS HI WN 60 mA

BIAS LO WN 0 mA

To use control commands and alarm/condition monitors, an optional HK1


is necessary for RPS GP1, and an HK2 for RPS GP2. HK connectors on UIA
block should be left open.

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Connector Pin Assignment of Control and Alarm on OPT BSW/OPT


OCC
Table 6-8. Pin Assignment of CN19

No. Description

1 ALM1 CN19

2 ALM2 8
3 ALM3 7
.
4 PS ALM .
5 ALM common 2
1
6 CONT1

7 CONT2

8 SG (for CONT)

Detailed alarm/control item assignments on housekeeping bit (HK) via


initial shelf BWB are described in the Installation & Maintenance Manual.

Table 6-9. ALS mode Switch (SW22)

Position ALS Function

0 Disable Disable ALS

1 Enable AR mode: AR 60s

2 Enable AR mode: AR 120s

3 Enable AR mode: AR 180s

4 Enable AR mode: AR 240s

5 Enable AR mode: AR 300s

6 Enable MR/ TR mode: AR disabled

7-F Disable Disable ALS

Table 6-10. Control Switch (SW23)

Position CONT1 CONT2

0 RCI OPTLB

1 RCI TR

2 RCI MR

3 RCI LSO

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4 OPTLB TR

5 OPTLB MR

6 OPTLB LSO

7 TR MR

8 TR LSO

9 MR LSO

A-F RCI OPTLB

Table 6-11. Alarm/Condition Switch (SW24, SW25, SW33)

Position Item

0 RX LOS

1 TX FAIL

2 CMI LOS

3 CMI OUT DN

4 TX HI ALM

5 TX LO ALM

6 BIAS HI ALM

7 BIAS LO ALM

8 CARD FAIL

9 LINE FAIL

A ALSO

B SUB FAIL

C Reserved

D Reserved

E Reserved

F No Alarm

Table 6-12. Mask fake alarm on Non diagnostic monitor module Switch
(SW32-1)
Position Mask Function

ON ON Mask fake alarm

OFF OFF Use diagnostic monitor on the module

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AUX-LAN Converter (AUX/LAN CONV) unit


(option)

The AUX-LAN CONV unit will be used for LAN extension using a user channel (UC/
RUC) or wayside traffic (WS) transmission line.
The AUX-LAN CONV unit provides 10/100M Base interface with a RJ-45 jack.

Orderwire 4W Analogue Branching (OWBR)


unit (option)

The OWBR unit will be used for an orderwire 4-wire (4W) analogue branching for both
the E1 and E2 line.
The OWBR unit provides a maximum of 4 input/output for both the E1 and E2 line
independently.

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CCDP (Co-Channel Dual-Polarized)


Operation

The CCDP frequency operation system can transmit two STM-1 signals per RF
simultaneously by using the same RF frequency carrier for both V- and H- polarization.
This operation is able to double the spectrum efficiency.
For CCDP operation, TRuepoint 6500 has the following features:
Powerful XPIC (Cross Polarization Interference Canceler) function
XPIC circuit is configured as a factory option.
- In case your order is not CCDP operation equipment, the XPIC circuit and the
software are not configured as standard. If you have a plan to change from
existing ACCP or ACAP to CCDP operation in the future, a MSTU with XPIC
modification is necessary at factory. For details, please contact your local sales
representative.
Receiver RF local oscillator synchronization
Synchronization between H- and V-polarization for each RF channel

Cross Polarization Interference Canceler (XPIC)


The XPIC is provided to improve the interference distortion caused by antenna Cross
Polarization Discrimination (XPD) between V-polarization and H-polarization.
For CCDP operation, a high Cross Polarization Discrimination (XPD) antenna is
applied. However, cross polarization interference cannot be compensated only by a
high XPD antenna because XPD degradation due to propagation path at the presence
of multi-path fading is also considered.
Therefore in addition to a high XPD antenna, a Cross Polarization Interference
Canceler (XPIC) is essentially required.
The XPIC is an adaptive interference cancellation circuit using an 11-tap transversal
equalizer. Two (2) receivers of the same radio frequency receive the mixture of desired
and undesired (interference) signal components and extract their interfered signals
from each other and subtract from the received signal after automatic adaptive
amplitude/phase adjustment.
Figure 7-1 shows the functional diagram of XPIC and Figure 7-2 shows the cross
cable connection of MSTUs.

Receive Local Carrier Oscillator


Two (2) receivers of the same frequency shall be supplied with local carrier signals
synchronized to each other.
A cable connection to/from REF I/O of two MSTUs is required and the baseband clock
signals are synchronized to each other by a software setting.

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Route ID
Different Route Identification (Route ID) for the radio section shall be set for securing
the signal identification between V-polarization and H-polarization.

Master/Slave setting
The Master/Slave setting of MSTU is carried out through the WebLT.
Figure 7-1. Functional Diagram of XPIC

Desired signal
Transmitter X LOC Receiver X LOC

REF I/O XPIC OUT IF LOC


70 MHz
XPIC

Interference RF LOC XPIC IN

XPIC
XPIC OUT
REF I/O 70 MHz IF LOC
Desired signal
Transmitter Y LOC Receiver Y LOC

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Figure 7-2. Cross Cable Connection of MSTUs for CCDP Operation

REF I/O (RF


LOC)

XPIC IN (70 MHz)


XPIC OUT (70 MHz)

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Synchronization

This Synchronization description is only available when the NE


MODE is selected to MS on WebLT. In case of a RS setting,
synchronization is subordinate.

The TRuepoint 6500 system shall be operated synchronized with the reference clock
source of the network. The reference clock signal of the TRuepoint 6500 equipment
is supplied through the TCU (Timing Clock Unit).

Synchronization Source
The TRuepoint 6500 can accept one of three kinds of signal as the synchronization
clock source.

Incoming STM-1 Signal (LINE) to TCU, maximum 3 inputs


From STM-1 line input (Line side)
From MSTU receiver output (Radio side)

External Clock Input (EXT) to TCU, maximum 2 inputs


2.048 MHz or
2.048 Mb/s
Input connectors are located in the Connection Area of CISU.

TCU Oscillator
Holdover mode: In case that the synchronization reference source is lost, the TCU
generates the clock signal according to the data just before the interruption.
After Holdover mode: Free-running self oscillation
Internal Oscillator: If TCU fails, the MSTU generates the internal free-running clock
signal.

Synchronization Mode
The TRuepoint 6500 has two Synchronization Mode options.

Mode 1
The TRuepoint 6500 does not output to the Synchronous Source Unit (SSU) directly.
The TRuepoint 6500 receives the reference clock source from other equipment
through the STM-1 signal input (LINE) or EXT CLK input connectors (EXT). In most
cases TRuepoint 6500 is operated in this mode.

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Mode 2
The TRuepoint 6500 outputs to the Synchronous Source Unit (SSU) directly. For the
Equipment Clock (EC) source, the external clock from the SSU is possibly selected as
the first choice in accordance with ITU-T G.781.

SSU: Synchronous Source Unit


This is a high quality reference clock source equipment to generate and regenerate the
primary/secondary clock signal of the network in accordance with ITU-U Rec. G. 813.
Figure 7-3. Block Diagram of Synchronization Mode 1

Ext 2M CLK (X) EC Selection (Max. 3) EC Output


(Y) to be selected according to other Equipment
to Quality (SSMB) &
Line CLK PRI 1 PLL
Priority
PRI 2 2 Mb/s or 2 MHz
PRI 3
T0
INT CLK TCU

EC supply to FRX-
2E+ Equipment

Figure 7-4. Block Diagram of Synchronization Mode 2

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Clock Mode
Two clock modes are available for the TCU setting: TCU mode and THROUGH mode.

TCU mode
On the down stream (from the primary station to the end station), the TRuepoint
6500 equipment clock synchronizes with the incoming signal from the primary station.
On the up stream (from the end station to the primary station), the clock synchronizes
with the incoming signal from the primary station as it is on the down stream.

THROUGH mode
On the down stream, the equipment clock synchronizes with the incoming signal from
the primary station. On the up stream, the clock synchronizes with the incoming signal
from the end station.
Figure 7-5. Clock Mode of TCU

TCU mode THROUGH mode


FRX FRX

TCU TCU

Down stream

Primary End
station station

Up stream

Quality Level (S1 byte)


The quality level of the synchronization source is informed by the S1 byte of RSOH. The
TCU selects the source of best quality as the reference.
Table 7-1. S1 byte code and Quality level

Quality S1 byte Quality description


Level
bit 5 bit 6 bit 7 bit 8

2 0 0 1 0 Traceable to ITU-T G. 811 (Best quality)

3 0 1 0 0 Traceable to ITU-T G. 812 transit

4 1 0 0 0 Traceable to ITU-T G. 812 local

5 1 0 1 1 TCU internal clock

6 0 0 0 0 Quality unknown

6 1 1 1 1 Do not use for synchronization

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Line Clock Priority


In most cases, the TRuepoint 6500 receives the reference clock from the incoming
STM-1 signal. The TRuepoint 6500 facing the end station accepts the source from the
Line side (Access ID = GP1-<W1-W7>-L), input to BSW unit. The TRuepoint 6500
facing the master station accepts the source from the Radio side (Access ID =
GP1-<W1-W7>-R), the output of the MSTU receiver.
Figure 7-6 shows an example of line clock selection of the SDH radio system.
Figure 7-6. Example of Line Clock Selection

Master End
MUX FRX FRX MUX FRX FRX MUX
station station

Line side Radio side Line side Radio side


GP1-Wn-L GP1-Wn-R GP1-Wn-L GP1-Wn-R

Note: n = Main channel number


Normally, Main 1 (n = 1) shall be
selected as Priority 1 (PRI 1)

Orderwire Applications

Orderwire Extension
The TRuepoint 6500 provides two modular jacks for orderwire telephone connection,
E1 and E2. In additions, 4-wire VF terminals of E1 and E2 are provided for connection
to external equipment.

Signal 4-wire Voice Frequency

Impedance 600 ohms balanced

Input Level Standard -4.0 dBr


-16.0 to -0.5 dBr variable at 0.5 dB step

Output Level Standard -4.0 dBr


-8.5 to +7.0 dBr variable at 0.5 dB step

Maximum Output Level +3.0 dBm0 for A-law

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Digital Through
At repeater stations and back-to-back terminal stations, orderwires can be forwarded
as the digital signal level when telephone sets are on-hook or not connected. When one
of the telephone sets (E1 or E2) is off-hooked, both the E1 and E2 line are terminated
and converted to the voice frequency level.
Digital through function is provided to minimize the degradation of orderwires due to
analog/digital conversion and noise/distortion intrusion at the analog signal level.

Ring Protection
In case of ring network configuration, the orderwire lines compose a loop circuit. This
loop circuit may cause the self oscillation (hauling) of the orderwire signal. To prevent
this hauling, a port of orderwire circuit shall be disconnected at the master station.
If any section of the loop was interrupted by line failure, the orderwire ring protection
reconnects the loop automatically to recover the orderwire communication.
Figure 7-7 shows the function of the Orderwire Ring Protection.

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Figure 7-7. Ring Protection

Master station Master station

These ports are


disconnected to stop
VF circuit hauling. VF circuit

Without Ring Protection With Ring Protection

Line failure

VF circuit

Master station

In Case of Line Failure


With Ring Protection

These ports are reconnected


to recover the orderwire
circuit

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Glossary
About This Glossary
This Glossary defines acronyms used in this manual and in radio microwave
technology.
A

A/D Analog to Digital converter

ACAP Adjacent Channel Alternated Polarized

ACCP Adjacent Channel Co-Polarized

ACO Alarm Cut Off

ACTAGC Act Automatic Gain Control of Receiver

ACTALS Act Automatic Laser Shut down

ACTCW Act Carrier Wave mode

ADD Address

ADM Add Drop Multiplexer

AGC Automatic Gain Control

AID Access Identification

AIS / AIS REC Alarm Indication Signal / Alarm Indication Signal Receiving

ALC Automatic Level Control

ALM Alarm

AMP Amplifier

ANS Answer

ANT Antenna

APS Automatic Protection Switch

ASCII American Standard Cord for Information Interchange

ATPC Automatic Transmitter Power Control

ATT Attenuator

AU3 /AU4 Administrative Unit 3 /Administrative Unit 4

AUD NE ALM Audible Network Element Alarm

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B

B/S Bit per Second

BAL Balance

BB / BBC Base Band signal / Base Band Control

BBE / BBER Background Block Error / Background Block Error Ratio

BEF Band Eliminate Filter

BER Bit Error Ratio

BIP Bit Interleave Parity check

BL Blink

BPF Band Pass Filter

BR NTWK Radio Frequency Branching Network

BRU Radio Frequency (RF) Branching Network Unit

BSI Bit Sequence Independence

BSW Bipolar Switch

BWB Back-Wired Board

CCCP Co-Channel Co-Polarized

C/I Carrier to Interface ratio

CIR Circulator

CK / CLK Clock

CMB Channel management Bus

CMI Code Mark Inversion

CN / CNCT Connector / Connect

CODIRE Co-directional interface

CONTRA Contra-directional interface

CPU Central Processor Unit

CR Critical Alarm

CSESP Consecutive Severely Errored Seconds Protection Occurred

CW Carrier Wave

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D/A Digital to Analog converter

DADE Differential Absolute Delay Equalization

DCC Digital/Data Communication Channel

DEF Decision Feedback

DEM Demodulator

DGTL Digital

DI / DO Data Input / Data Output

DMM Digital Multi-Meter

DNS Domain Name Service / Do Not Use

DSC Digital Service Channel

DTMF Dual Tone Multi-Frequency

DUP Duplexer

EB Errored Block

EC Equipment Clock

ECU Embedded Channel Unit/ Embedded Communication Unit

E-ERR Excessive Bit Error Rate

EOW Engineering Order Wire

EPS Endless Phase Shifter

EQL Equalizer

EQPT Equipment

ES / ESR Errored Second / Errored Second Ratio

ESD Electrostatic Discharge

ETSI European Telecommunication Standard Institute

FAL Frame Alignment Loss

F LOSS Frame Loss

FEBE Far End Block Error

FEC Forward Error Correction

FEFR / FEND Far End Receive Failure / Far-End

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FESP Fifteen minute Error Seconds Performance

FET Field Effect Transistor

FG Frame Ground

FIL Filter

FLR Failure

FMSR Frequency Measurement

FOCD Forced

FRCDSW Switch is in Forced Switching mode

FRZ Freeze

G / GND Ground

GaAs Gallium Arsenide

GMT Greenwich Mean Time

GNE Gateway Network Element

GUI Graphical User Interface

GP1 / GP2 Group 1 / Group2

H Horizontal

HDB3 High Density Bipolar 3

HEMT High Electron Mobility Transistor

HK Housekeeping

HL / HL CPU Higher Layer / Higher Layer Central Processor Unit

HPA High Power Amplifier

HTML Hyper Text Mark-up Language

HTTP Hyper Text Transfer Protocol

HYB Hybrid circuit

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ICH In-phase Channel

ID Identification

IEC International Electrotechnical Commission

IEEC Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

IF Intermediate Frequency

INI / INTF Initiator / Interface

IP Internet Protocol

IS / IS- MT In-Service / In-Service Maintenance

ITU International Telecommunication Union

LAN Local Area Network

LAPD Link Application Procedure D channel

LC Line Clock

L6G / L7G / L8G Lower 6 GHz band / Lower 7GHz band / Lower 8GHz band

LED Light Emitting Diode

LL CPU Lower Layer Central Processor Unit

LNA Low Noise Amplifier

LO / LO MON Local Oscillator / Local Oscillator Monitor

LOF / LOP / LOS Loss Of Frame / Loss Of Pointer / Loss Of Signal

LPF / LSI Low Pass Filter / Large Scale Integrated circuit

LTE / LVL Line Terminal Equipment / Level

MAINT / MAN SW Maintenance / Manual Switch

MC Maintenance Center

MID Minimum Dispersion combiner

MISC / MIX Miscellaneous / Mixer

MJ / MN Major alarm / Minor alarm

MLCM Multi-Level Code Modulation

MN ANT Main Antenna

MOD / MPU Modulator / Micro-Processor Unit

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MS / MSP Multiplex Section / Multiplex Section Protection

MSTU Main Signal Transmission Unit

MT / MUX Maintenance / Multiplexer

NA / NC Not Applicable / Not Connection

NE / NEID Network Element / Network Element Identification

NEND / NFB Near END / No Fuse Breaker

NLP / NMS Network Layer Protocol / Network Management System

NORM Normal

NSA / NSES Non Service Affect / Not Severely Errored Second

NTP / NWC Network Time Protocol / Network Center

OCC Occasional Traffic

OFS / OOS Out of Frame Second / Out Of Service

OP AMP Operational Amplifier

OPD Optical Power transmitted is in degraded

OPOR Optical Power transmitted is Out of Range.

OPR / OPT Operate / Optical

OS / OSC Operation Software / Oscillator

OSSI Operation Support System Interface

OW / OW TEL Orderwire / Orderwire Telephone

PC / PCB Personal Computer / Printed Circuit Board

PCM Pulse Code Multiplex

PDH Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy

PDU Protocol Data Unit

PI Photo coupler Interface

PJCH / PJCL Pointer Justification Count High / Pointer Justification Count Low

PJCS Pointer Justification Count SEcond

PLL / PLO Phase Lock Loop / Phase Lock Loop controlled Oscillator

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PM / PM DATA Performance Monitor / Performance Monitor Data

PPM Percent Per Million

PSAC-B Protection Switch Actual Count, BSW

PSAD-U Protection Switch Actual Duration, USW

PSC Protection Switching Second

PSFAIL Power Supply Failure

PVC Permanent Virtual Circuit

PWR Power

QAM Quadrature Amplitude Modulation

QCH Quadrature Channel

R CLK Receive Clock

RAB Rack Alarm Bus

RADRM Radio Route ID Mismatch

RAM Random Access Memory

RCI Remote Card Identification / Remote Card Identifier

RCK / RCLK Receive Clock

RAI Remote Alarm Indication

RCV / RD Receive / Receive Data

RDP Receiver Data Processing

RF Radio Frequency

RFCOH Radio Frame Complementary Over Head

RL Relay

RL-1 / RL-2 Receiving Level-1 / Receiving Level-2

RL-M Receiving Level of Main receiver

RL-M-MAX / -MIN Receive Level of Main Antenna Maximum / - - - - -Minimum

RL-SD Receiving Level of SD receiver

RLS Release

RLTS Received Level Threshold Second

RMVD Required unit is missing (Removed)

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RPI Radio Physical Interface

RPS Radio Protection Switching

RRF Receiver Radio Frequency section

RS Regenerative Section

RSC / RSL Radio Service Channel / Receive Signal Level

RSPI Radio Section Physical Interface

RST Reset

RTC Real Time Clock

RUC Radio User Channel

RX / RX-LOS Receiver / Loss of Signal in RX

RXLCINT RX Local Internal Clock

S CLK Send Clock

SA / SC Service Affect / Service Channel

SCSU Supervision/Control & Switching Unit

SD Space Diversity / Signal Degrade

SD-RCV-DN SD Receiver Down

SDH Synchronous Digital hierarchy

SEMF Synchronous Equipment Management Function

SES / SESR Severely Errored Second / Severely Errored Second Ratio

SETS Synchronous Equipment Timing Source

SEV Severely Errored Threshold

SF / SG Signal Fail / Signal Ground

SINT /SINT-2CLK Serial Interface / S-Internal Clock

SIU Slide In Unit

SIU BLD HW / SW SIU Build Hardware / SIU Build Software

SLP EQL Slope Equalizer

SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol

SNTP Simple Network Time Protocol

SOH Section Overhead

SR Shift Register

SS BIT / SSMB Synchronous State Bit / Synchronous State Message Byte

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SSU / STD Synchronous Source Unit / Standard

STIM Section Trace ID Mismatch

STM-1 Synchronous Transfer Module level 1

SUE-RP Unavailable State Entered (RP)

SV Supervision/Supervisory

SVC Switched Virtual Circuit

SW / SWDL Switch / Software Down Load

SWTOHO Synchronization reference is in Holdover state

SWTOINT Internal source signal is used for Synchronization

SYNC / SYNSW Synchronization / Synchronization Switch

TARP TID Address Resolution Protocol

TCA-OFS / TCA-RP Threshold Crossing Alert-

TCA-RLTS Threshold Crossing Alert- RX Level Threshold

TCA-TLTS Threshold Crossing Alert-TX Level Threshold

TCK / TCLK Transmit Clock

TCP Transmission Control Protocol

TCU Timing Control Unit

TD / TDN Transmit Data / Transmit Data Negative

TDP Transmit Data Positive / Transmitter Digital Processing

TEL Telephone

TESP Twenty four Hour Error Seconds

TID Target Identification

TIF Transmitter IF section

TL Transmitter output Level

TL 1 Transaction Language 1

TLTS Transmitted output Level Threshold Second

TPC Transmitter Power Control

TRF Transmitter RF section

TVE Transversal Equalizer

TX / TX-FLR Transmitter / Transmitter Failure

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U

U6G / U8G Upper 6 GHz / Upper 8 GHz

UAF / UAS Unavailable Filter / Un-available Second (State)

UC / UCH Users service Channel

UDP User Datagram Protocol

UL User Level Layer

USW Unipolar Switch

URL Uniform Resource Locator

VCO Voltage Controlled Oscillator

VF Voice Frequency

VIS NE ALM Visual Network Element Alarm

Web-LT Web based Local craft Terminal

WKSWP Working unit Switched to Protection

WR Warning

WS Wayside Signal

WTR Wait To Restore

XPIC Cross Polarization Interference Canceller

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Index

Numerics E
2x(3+1) Rack Configuration I.4-4 Electro-Magnetic Compatibility I.5-4
2x(7+1) Rack Configuration I.4-5, I.4-6 Environmental Specification I.5-1
3+1 Double Terminal Rack Configuration Equipment Features I.1-1
I.4-7 Equipment layout
Double Terminal II.1-3
A N+1 II.1-2
Terminal and Repeater II.1-4
Antenna Coupling Unit I.2-10 Equipment Power Consumption I.6-5
Auxiliary Signal Interface I.3-12
Housekeeping Signal I.3-14
F
Optional Auxiliary-LAN Converter I.3-
14 Frequency Plans I.7-1
Orderwire I.3-13
Radio User Channel I.3-12 G
User Channel I.3-14
Wayside I.3-12 General specifications I.3-1
AUX-LAN Converter II.3-6
AUX-LAN Converter unit II.6-16 H
Housekeeping unit II.6-9
B
Base Band Signal Interface I.3-9 I
Alarm Indication Signal I.3-11 Introduction I.1-1
Jitter I.3-11
STM-1 Electrical Interface I.3-11
L
STM-1 Optical Interface I.3-10
Baseband interface, Control interface and Linear Configuration I.1-3
Service channel Unit I.2-11
Baseband Switch Interface unit II.6-11 M
Bipolar Switch for Optical Interface unit
II.6-3 Mechanical Specification I.4-1
Bipolar Switch unit II.6-3 Media Diversity Configuration I.1-3
Modulator specifications I.3-4
MSOH and RSOH II.4-2
C
MTBF I.5-7
CCDP II.7-1
Countermeasures to Fading I.3-8 N
N+1 Equipment Layout II.1-2
D
N+1 Rack Configuration I.4-3
Demodulator specifications I.3-4
Digital Communication Channel II.3-4 O
Digital Processing specifications I.3-5
Double Terminal Equipment Layout II.1-3 Occasional Traffic Interface unit II.6-11
Orderwire II.3-1
Orderwire 4W II.3-5

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Orderwire 4W Analogue Branching unit U
II.6-16
Overall specifications I.3-6 Unit Power Consumption I.6-4
User Channel II.3-3
P
W
Power I.6-1
Power consumption Wayside II.3-4
equipment I.6-5 Weight, unit and equipment I.4-10
unit I.6-4

R
Rack Configuration
2x(3+1) I.4-4
2x(7+1) Model AP-3 I.4-5
2x(7+1) Model AP-4 I.4-6
3+1 Double Terminal I.4-7
N+1 I.4-3
Radio Protection Switching II.5-1
Radio User Channel II.3-3
Receiver specifications I.3-3
RF Branching Network I.7-25
RF Flange Specification I.3-15
RF Interference I.3-7
RF Signal Processing Unit I.2-10
RFCOH II.4-5

S
Safety I.5-6
Space Diversity II.1-7
Specifications
demodulator I.3-4
digital processing I.3-5
environmental I.5-1
general I.3-1
Mechanical I.4-1
modulator I.3-4
overall I.3-6
receiver I.3-3
RF Flange I.3-15
transmitter I.3-2
Standard Ring Configuration I.1-4
Supervisory unit II.6-4
Synchronization II.7-4
System Application I.2-2

T
Timing Control Unit II.6-9
Transmitter specifications I.3-2

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