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DXX Managed Access System

DXX 6340 Switch Node

Installation Manual

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Document Information

Current Version
Document No/Date Document type Ref.nr

1531-ZFP 101 04 Uen DXX Managed Access System, ma303 H2


Rev E, 2005-02-17 DXX 6340 Switch Node, Feature Pack 4.0, Installa-
tion Manual

Replaced Document
Replaced Document Reason for Update

1531-ZFP 101 04 Uen Changed optical specifications for SIMX16


Rev D, 2004-11-09 Changed optical specifications for SIMX1/4
Changed optical specifications for SIM1/4
Changed connection scheme for alarm power on RCF-20
Corrected connector designation
Corrected Status LED behaviour
Corrected subrack switches

Document Checking and Approval

Controlled by Jörgen Karlsson Date


2005-02-17

Jörgen Karlsson

Approved for Ulf Silvergran Date


Ericsson by 2005-02-17

Ulf Silvergran

© 2005 Ericsson AB. All rights reserved.


Information in this document is subject to change without prior notice.

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Warnings and Precautions

In this chapter Be aware of the warnings and precautions described in this chapter when installing
and performing service on the equipment.

Warnings

Laser radiation The following rules describe how to avoid hazardous situations.

Precautions

ESD precaution To avoid damage on components sensitive to static electricity, use an antistatic
bracelet connected to the ESD terminal on the rack/subrack while installing or ser-
vicing the system. The antistatic bracelet is connected to the subrack as illustrated
in the figure below.

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Preface

In this chapter This chapter gives an overview of the manuals available for the DXX 6340 node.
It describes how the Hardware Installation Manual (this manual) is structured. Fur-
thermore you will find explanations of abbreviations, definition of terms and ref-
erences used in this particular manual.

Overview

Available manuals The following documents are available:


• Product Description
• Configuration and Ordering Guide
• Hardware Installation Manual
• Management system Manuals

Product Description Manual

Purpose The purpose of the product description manual is to:


• Provide an overview of the complete DXX 6340 node design.
• Describe system applications.
• Describe system management and operation.
• Describe system features.

Configuration and Ordering Guide

Purpose The purpose of this configuration and ordering guide is to:


• Provide the network planner with information, necessary to plan and configure
a specific DXX 6340 node.
The resulting configuration plan must be made available to the person who is
performing the hardware installation.
• Provide the user with a complete item list, including ordering numbers.

Hardware Installation Manual (this manual)

Purpose The purpose of this manual is to:


• Describe how to install the various parts of the DXX 6340 node, based on
the configuration information gathered from the Configuration and Ordering
Guide.
• Function as a reference manual to be used in situations after the installation is
performed, for instance, if you want an explanation on a flashing LED on a
module, or if you want to know the pin configuration on a connector on the
subrack.

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Prerequisite for using this If the reader has to perform an installation, this manual assumes that the reader has
manual been informed about the specific system configuration to be installed.

Product version This issue of the manual describes DXX 6340 node, feature pack 4.0.

Management System Manuals

Purpose The purpose of the management system manuals is to:


• Describe how to set up and use the software for the DXX 6340 node.

Structure of the Hardware Installation Manual

Manual parts The manual is structured as follows:


• Part ‘Overview’ on page 19 gives an overview of the DXX 6340 node.
• Part ‘Installation Information’ on page 23 describes procedures for installing
the various parts of the DXX 6340 node.
• Part ‘Reference Information’ on page 85 gives technical description, logistics
and specification information about the system elements like racks, subracks
and modules. System specifications are also described in this part of the manu-
al.

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Abbreviations

Abbreviations used in this ADM Add/Drop Multiplexer


manual AGGR Aggregate
AUX Auxiliary Alarm
CMI Coded Mark Inversion
DCC Data Communications Channel
ECC Embedded Control Channel
EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility
EOW Engineering Order Wire
ETEX Ethernet Tributary Extension
ETH Ethernet
ETSI European Telecommunications Standards Institute
GFP Generic Framing Procedure
FIT Failure In Time
HDB3 High Density Bipolar of order 3 Code
HO Higher Order
ID Identification
IEC International Electrotechnical Commission
I/O Input/Output
ITU International Telecommunication Union
ITU-T ITU - Telecommunication Standardization Sector
LAPS Link Access Procedure - SDH
LCAS Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme
LED Light Emitting Diode
LO Lower Order
LOF Loss of Frame
MAC Media Access Control
MDI Media Dependent Interface
MDIX MDI cross-over
MRTIE Maximum Relative Time Interval Error
MSOH Multiplex SOH (in an STM frame)
MTBF Mean Time Between Failures
MLM Multi Longitudinal Mode Laser
MPLS Multi-Protocol Label Switching
MSP Multiplex Section Protection
NA Not Applicable
NE Network Element
NRZ Non-Return to Zero
OHA Overhead Access
OS Operations System
PCB Printed Circuit Board
PDH Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy
PMP Protected Monitor Point
POH Path OverHead
PRC Primary Reference Clock
PS Power Supply
Qecb Local Equipment Control Bus
Qecc Embedded Control Channel
RCF Rack Connection Field
RSOH Regenerator SOH (in an STM frame)
RX Receive
S3 VC-3 path layer
S4 VC-4 path layer
S12 VC-12 path layer
SCF System Connection Field
SD Synchronization Distribution

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SDH Synchronous Digital Hierarchy


SDXC SDH Digital Cross-connect
SEC Synchronous Equipment Clock
SETG Synchronous Equipment Timing Generator
SFP Small Form Pluggable
SIR Signal to Interference Ration
SLM Single Longitudinal Mode Laser
STM Synchronous Transport Module
SOH Section Overhead
SSA Station Supervision Alarm
SSM Synchronization Status Message
SSU Synchronization Supply Unit
STM Synchronous Transport Module
SW Software
T0 Internal system clock
T1 Incoming STM-N timing reference
T2 Incoming 2.048 Mbit/s timing reference
T3 Incoming 2.048 MHz timing reference
T4 Outgoing 2.048 MHz timing reference
TEX Tributary Extension Module
TISI Tributary Internal Section Interface
TM Terminal Multiplexer
TRIB Tributary
TTF Transport Terminal Function
TX Transmit
VC-3 Virtual Container of 3’rd order.
VC-4 Virtual Container of 4’th order.
VC-12 Virtual Container of 1’st order.
XC Cross Connect

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Definition of Terms

Module A physical unit that can be plugged into a subrack and pulled out again.

Pluggable Transceiver A physical unit that can be plugged into a module and pulled out again.

Subrack A mechanical frame that can be mounted in a rack. Subracks for modules contain
a printed circuit board backplane.

Front Cable Access A subrack with the system connection field located at the front.

System/Network Element A complete functional unit with transport and element management functionality,
power supply; all mounted in one or more subracks.

Monitor Point A protected measurement point accessible while in-service.

Test Point A measurement point for out-of-service diagnostics and adjustment.

Equipment Protection Protection of equipment (for instance module) by use of a redundant module.

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[20] ETSI, EN 300 417-1-1, Transmission and Multiplexing (TM); Generic func-
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[41] IEC 60068-2-27- Part 2: Tests. Test Ea and guidance: Shock, 1987-06
[42] IEC 60068-2-29- Part 2: Tests. Test Eb and guidance: Bump, 1987-03
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tion exchange between systems - Intermediate system to Intermediate system
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with the Protocol for providing the Connectionless-mode Network Service
(ISO 8473), 1992
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Part I: Overview
1 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
1.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
1.2 Example of a DXX 6340 Node . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Part II: Installation Information


2 Introduction to Installation Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

3 Safety Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
3.1 General Information on SDH Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
3.2 Laser Apertures on DXX 6340 Node Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

4 Installing the ETSI Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29


4.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
4.2 Assembling the Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
4.3 Mounting the Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
4.4 Connecting Safety Ground to the Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

5 Installing the Rack Connection Field - RCF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39


5.1 Installation Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
5.2 Preparing the RCF for Use in a 19” Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
5.3 Mounting the RCF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
5.4 Connecting Safety Ground to the RCF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
5.5 Installing the Rack Alarm Indicator Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
5.6 Installing the RCF Power Filter Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
5.7 Connecting Station Power to the RCF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
5.8 Connecting Alarm Power to the RCF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

6 Installing the Subrack SF4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51


6.1 Installation Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
6.2 Identify the Subrack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
6.3 Preparing the Subrack for Use in a 19” Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
6.4 Preparing the Subrack for Use of the Fan Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
6.5 Mounting the Subrack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
6.6 Routing the Optical and Electrical Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
6.7 DC-C/DC-I Ground Strap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
6.8 Connecting Power Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
6.9 Connecting Alarm Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
6.10 Connecting Tributary Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
6.11 Connecting the EOW Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
6.12 Connecting the Ethernet Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
6.13 Connecting the Craft Terminal Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
6.14 Subrack Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

7 Installing the Fan Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69


7.1 Mounting the Fan Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
7.2 Shifting the Filter of the Fan Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

8 Installing the Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71


8.1 Subrack Slot Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
8.2 General Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
8.3 Installing Modules with Pluggable Transceivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
8.4 Installing Optical Transport Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
8.5 Installing the ETEX Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
8.6 Connecting Optical Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77

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8.7 Installing Electrical Transport Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78


8.8 Preparing the CMCC Module Prior to Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
8.9 Preparing the OHA Module Prior to Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
8.10 Installing Common Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
8.11 Removing Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82

Part III: Reference Information


9 Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
9.1 Front Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
9.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
9.3 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
9.4 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88

10 Rack Connection Field - RCF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91


10.1 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
10.2 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
10.3 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93

11 Subrack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
11.1 Front Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
11.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
11.3 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
11.4 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98

12 Fan Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105


12.1 Front Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
12.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
12.3 LEDs and Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
12.4 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
12.5 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107

13 Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
13.1 LEDs on Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
13.2 SDH Interface Module & Cross-Connect - SIMX16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
13.2.1 Front Layout and LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
13.2.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
13.2.3 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
13.2.4 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
13.2.5 Synchronization Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
13.2.6 Synchronization Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
13.3 SDH Interface Module & Cross-Connect - SIMX1/4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
13.3.1 Front Layout and LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
13.3.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
13.3.3 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
13.3.4 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
13.3.5 Synchronization Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
13.3.6 Synchronization Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
13.4 SDH Interface Module Optical - SIM1/4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
13.4.1 Front Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
13.4.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
13.4.3 LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
13.4.4 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
13.4.5 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
13.5 SDH Interface Module Electrical - SIM1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
13.5.1 Front Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
13.5.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134

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13.5.3 LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135


13.5.4 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
13.5.5 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
13.6 2 Mbit/s Tributary Extension Module - TEX1, TEX1P, TEX1Pm . . . . 138
13.6.1 Front Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
13.6.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
13.6.3 LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
13.6.4 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
13.6.5 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
13.7 34/45 Mbit/s Tributary Extension Module - TEX33, TEXDS33 . . . . . . 144
13.7.1 Front Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
13.7.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
13.7.3 LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
13.7.4 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
13.7.5 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
13.8 Tributary Interface Protection- TIP33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
13.8.1 Front Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
13.8.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
13.8.3 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
13.8.4 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
13.9 Ethernet Tributary Extension Module - ETEX2M/S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
13.9.1 Front Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
13.9.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
13.9.3 LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
13.9.4 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154
13.9.5 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
13.10 Ethernet Tributary Extension Module - ETEX4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
13.10.1 Front Layout and LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
13.10.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159
13.10.3 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159
13.10.4 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161
13.11 Ethernet Tributary Extension Module - ETEX16M/S . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
13.11.1 Front Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
13.11.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
13.11.3 LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163
13.11.4 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
13.11.5 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166
13.12 Ethernet Interface Box- I/F Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168
13.12.1 Front Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168
13.12.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168
13.12.3 LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
13.12.4 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
13.12.5 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
13.13 Extension Module - EXT16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170
13.13.1 Front Layout and LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170
13.13.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
13.13.3 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
13.13.4 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173
13.14 Central Management and Communications Control - CMCC . . . . . . 174
13.14.1 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174
13.14.2 Front Layout, LEDs and Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175
13.14.3 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
13.14.4 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178
13.15 Overhead Access - OHA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179
13.15.1 Front Layout and LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179
13.15.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180
13.15.3 Switches and LEDs on the OHA Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180
13.15.4 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
13.15.5 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184

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13.16 Power Supply Module - PS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185


13.16.1 Front Layout and LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185
13.16.2 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 186
13.16.3 Functional Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 186
13.16.4 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188

14 System Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189


14.1 Common Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189
14.1.1 Environmental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189
14.1.2 EMC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191
14.1.3 Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193
14.2 MTBF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194
14.3 Power Consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196

Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201

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• ‘1 Overview’ on page 21

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1 Overview

In this chapter This chapter introduces the DXX 6340 node.

1.1 Introduction

DXX 6340 node product The DXX 6340 node product family is part of the Ericsson product range for tele-
family communication transmission networks based on the standards and recommenda-
tions of SDH from ETSI and ITU.
The DXX 6340 node provides a single hardware platform to build STM-1, STM-4
and STM-16 SDH multiplexers.
The DXX 6340 node can be configured into add-drop multiplexers, terminal mul-
tiplexers or cross-connects as required (ADM, TM, and SDXC). The DXX 6340
node is available with a wide range of interfaces. STM-1, STM-4, STM-16 and
Ethernet interfaces are required for building the whole range of ADM1, ADM4 and
ADM16 network elements. On the tributary side both PDH, SDH and Ethernet in-
terfaces are supported. The following range of PDH interfaces 2 Mbit/s, 34 Mbit/
s, 45 Mbit/s are available.
Using the DXX 6340 node it is possible to build ring, line and meshed networks,
making it suited for all typical SDH applications.

Equipment protection In the DXX 6340 node family it is possible to add equipment protection to the net-
work element. This makes configurations with “no single point of failure” possible.
All interfaces and modules can be either equipment protected or network protected.

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1.2 Example of a DXX 6340 Node

Example The figure illustrates an example of a DXX 6340 node, installed in the rack.

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Part II: Installation Information

• ‘2 Introduction to Installation Information’ on page 25

• ‘3 Safety Considerations’ on page 27

• ‘4 Installing the ETSI Rack’ on page 29

• ‘5 Installing the Rack Connection Field - RCF’ on page 39

• ‘6 Installing the Subrack SF4’ on page 51

• ‘7 Installing the Fan Unit’ on page 69

• ‘8 Installing the Modules’ on page 71

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2 Introduction to Installation Information

In the installation This part of the manual describes the procedures for installing the various items of
information the DXX 6340 node.

Prerequisite for using this This manual assumes that the reader has been informed about the specific system
manual configuration to be installed.

Safety considerations To understand the possible hazards involved at laser radiation from optical trans-
mitters, please make sure to read ‘3 Safety Considerations’ on page 27 before in-
stalling the equipment.

Preparations before It is assumed that the cables for external interfaces are prepared before the instal-
installing the DXX 6340 lation of the DXX 6340 node begins. Find information about the connectors on the
node DXX 6340 node subrack (SF4) in ‘11.4 Specifications’ on page 98, and connectors
on the rack connection field (RCF) in ‘10.3 Specifications’ on page 93.

Identification labels The rack, subrack and each module is provided with identification labels, which are
located either on the front or the sides.

Examples The figure shows examples of identification labels on the modules and explains
which information is included.

Already installed items In this manual you may find installation procedures for items that might already be
installed from the factory. In these situations you just go to the next installation pro-
cedure in the manual.

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To install the DXX 6340 By following the sequence of the manual, from chapter to chapter, you will be led
node through the complete installation. However, your system configuration may not in-
clude all items since some items are optional. Therefore an overall installation pro-
cedure for installing the DXX 6340 node is described in the table below.

Step Action

1 Ensure that all relevant information about your specific configuration is


available. This information can be obtained from the person responsible for
the network configuration or by consulting the Configuration Guide [2].

2 Read ‘3 Safety Considerations’ on page 27.


This chapter describes the possible hazards involved when installing and
operating the DXX 6340 node.

3 Install the rack by following the instructions in ‘4 Installing the ETSI Rack’
on page 29.
The rack is either delivered assembled or in parts for the user to assemble.

4 Install the rack connection field (RCF) by following the instructions in


‘5 Installing the Rack Connection Field - RCF’ on page 39.
The rack connection field is optional since power and alarm cables can be
connected directly to the subrack.

5 Install the Subracks by following the instructions in ‘6 Installing the Sub-


rack SF4’ on page 51.

6 Install the fan unit by following the instructions in ‘7 Installing the Fan
Unit’ on page 69.

7 Install the modules by following the instructions in ‘8 Installing the Mod-


ules’ on page 71.
Note: To avoid damage on components sensitive to static electricity, use an
antistatic bracelet connected to the subrack while performing the installation
of modules.

8 Configure the DXX 6340 node by following the instructions in the DXX
8100 manual, refer to [1].

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3 Safety Considerations

In this chapter This chapter describes the safety considerations to be taken before the installation
is performed. It includes the following topics:
• ‘3.1 General Information on SDH Interfaces’ on page 27
• ‘3.2 Laser Apertures on DXX 6340 Node Equipment’ on page 28

3.1 General Information on SDH Interfaces

Safety classification The DXX 6340 node is classified as a Class 1 laser product in accordance with IEC
825, i.e. exposure to hazardous laser radiation is impossible during normal opera-
tion and maintenance. When the system has been installed, the laser radiation is ef-
fectively enclosed in the optical fibre path between optical modules at each end.
The applied lasers are embedded 1300 or 1550 nm wavelength semiconductor la-
sers.
In case of an interruption of the optical fibre path by accident (e.g. cable rupture)
an automatic safety mechanism will result in a periodic shutdown of the transmitter
laser. Hence, the laser radiation from any fibre end is restricted to a 2 second peri-
od, which is repeated every 70 seconds. With less than 0 dBm (L-1.1 and L-1.2)
radiated optical power during the 2 second period, the time averaged power is less
than -15 dBm, which is harmless at relevant wavelengths.
Exposure to laser radiation risked during service or installation can be hazardous
in case of double fault conditions.

IEC825 classification limits The following table shows the IEC825 classification limits of optical power radi-
ated from single mode fibre ends.

Classification 1310 nm 1550nm

Class 1 Regarded as safe for all +10.0 dBm +10.0 dBm


viewing conditions

Laser warning The illustration describes laser safety rules.

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3.2 Laser Apertures on DXX 6340 Node Equipment

Apertures on optical The figure shows the laser apertures on the optical DXX 6340 node modules.
modules

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4 Installing the ETSI Rack

In this chapter This chapter describes how to install the 600 mm rack. It includes the following
topics:
• ‘4.1 Introduction’ on page 29
• ‘4.2 Assembling the Rack’ on page 29
• ‘4.3 Mounting the Rack’ on page 36
• ‘4.4 Connecting Safety Ground to the Rack’ on page 38

4.1 Introduction

Delivery options The rack is delivered in one of the following two ways:
• in separate parts for the user to assemble
• or assembled from the factory
If you receive the rack assembled, you can go directly to ‘4.3 Mounting the Rack’
on page 36.

4.2 Assembling the Rack

Parts list The parts of the CS4010-NA rack are shown in the figure below.

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The rack comprises the following parts:

Part Ref. on Fig.

Backpanel (option to be ordered separately) A

2 side members B

Top member C1

Bottom member C2

2 rack mounting brackets D

4 nuts (M10) for mounting plates E

4 washers for mounting plates F

2 mounting plates for adjustable feet G

4 adjustable feet H

12 Allen screws (M6x10) for top and bottom member J

12 washers for top and bottom member M

10 Allen screws (M6x10) for backpanel (option) J

10 washers for backpanel (option) M

2 holders for rack mounting brackets K

2 Allen screws (M6x22) for rack mounting brackets L

2 washers for rack mounting brackets M

22 Clip-on Guides for optical fibres P

2 ESD Allen screws (M6x22) Q

2 ESD labels R

To mount the adjustable Mount the adjustable feet by following the procedure in the table below.
feet
Step Action

1 Screw the four adjustable feet (H) into the mounting plates (G).

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Step Action

2 Fasten the mounting plates to the bottom member (C2) of the rack with four
nuts (E) and washers (F).

To mount the top and Mount the top and bottom of the rack by following the procedure in the table be-
bottom members low.

Step Action

1 Lay down the side members (B) of the rack.

2 Insert the bottom member into place between the side members.
Note: The bottom member must be inserted at an angle to enable insertion
and then tilted back to vertical position.

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Step Action

3 Fit the notch at the bottom member into the slot (N) at the side member.

4 Fasten the front of the bottom member with two Allen screws (J) and wash-
ers (M).

5 Repeat this procedure with the top member.

6 Turn the rack upside down.

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Step Action

7 Fasten the rear of the top and bottom members with four Allen screws (J)
and washers (M) each.

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To mount the rack Mount the rack backpanel by following the procedure in the table below
backpanel (option)
Step Action

1 Lay down the backpanel on the floor.

2 Place the rack on the backpanel (front of rack upwards).

3 Fasten the backpanel of the rack with 10 Allen screws (J) and washers (M).

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To mount the fibre guides, Mount the fibre guides, rack mounting brackets and ESD terminals by following
rack mounting brackets the procedure in the table below.
and ESD terminals
Step Action

1 Attach the fibre guides to the side members of the rack at (P). There are 11
fibre guides for each side of the rack.

2 Insert the rack mounting brackets (D) as shown in the illustration.

3 Mount the holders (K) at each side with an Allen screw (L) and washer (M).
Note: These screws are used when the mounting brackets are adjusted up/
down.

4 Mount the two ESD screws (Q).

5 Attach the ESD labels (R) to the rack side members.

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4.3 Mounting the Rack

To place the rack Place the rack by following the procedure in the table below

Step Action

1 Place the rack at its location. Guide tabs can be used to position the rack at
an exact location on the floor

2 Loosen the lock nuts on the adjustable feet. Use a 17 mm wrench.

3 Adjust the horizontal plane of the rack by means of the adjustable feet. Use
a screwdriver.

4 Fasten the lock nuts.

Securing the rack to the The rack can be secured to the ceiling in the following way:
ceiling
• Directly via the rack mounting brackets,
• By mounting the rack mounting set, if optical cable drums are included.

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To secure the rack to the Secure the rack to the ceiling by following the procedure in the table below.
ceiling directly via the rack
mounting brackets Step Action

1 Loosen the screw at (A)

2 Adjust the rack mounting bracket (B) until the desired height is reached.

3 Fasten the screw again.

4 The rack mounting brackets can now be attached to a suitable ceiling


mounting device.

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4.4 Connecting Safety Ground to the Rack

Options The safety ground cable can be connected to either the rack as described in this sec-
tion or to the rack connection field as described in ‘5.4 Connecting Safety Ground
to the RCF’ on page 41. If you choose to connect the cable to the rack connection
field, this procedure can be omitted.

To connect the safety The safety ground can be established via a connection at the rack. Follow the pro-
ground cable cedure below to connect the ground cable to the rack.

Step Action

1 Connect the safety ground cable to the rack as shown on the figure below

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5 Installing the Rack Connection Field - RCF

In this chapter This chapter describes how to install the 600 mm rack connection field (RCF) into
an ETSI Rack. When using a 19” rack, the side flanges of the RCF must be replaced
by special adaptation brackets. The following topics are included:
• ‘5.1 Installation Overview’ on page 39
• ‘5.2 Preparing the RCF for Use in a 19” Rack’ on page 39
• ‘5.3 Mounting the RCF’ on page 40
• ‘5.4 Connecting Safety Ground to the RCF’ on page 41
• ‘5.5 Installing the Rack Alarm Indicator Module’ on page 42
• ‘5.6 Installing the RCF Power Filter Modules’ on page 43
• ‘5.7 Connecting Station Power to the RCF’ on page 46
• ‘5.8 Connecting Alarm Power to the RCF’ on page 49

5.1 Installation Overview

To install the RCF To complete the installation of the RCF, the following steps must be performed.

Step Action

1 Mount the RCF in the rack

2 Connect the safety ground cable to the RCF.


Note: If you decide to connect the safety ground cable to the rack (described
in ‘4.4 Connecting Safety Ground to the Rack’ on page 38), this step can be
omitted.

3 Install the rack alarm indicator module.

4 Install the RCF power filter modules.

5 Connect the station power to the RCF.

6 Connect the alarm power to the RCF.

5.2 Preparing the RCF for Use in a 19” Rack

Logistics The table lists the adaptation kit.

Ordering Number Description

NS-0279 19" Mounting Set for RCF

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To prepare the subrack The following procedure describes how to mount the brackets for the RCF used in
a 19” rack. Skip this section if an ETSI rack is used.

Step Action

1 Remove the flanges on both sides of the RCF and mount the adaptation
brackets.

5.3 Mounting the RCF

To mount the nuts in the Before mounting the RCF, the nuts including clips must be inserted into the num-
rack bered square holes of the rack side members.

Step Action

1 Insert a nut including clip in the holes numbered 1 and 4.

To mount the rack Mount the rack connection field in the rack by following the procedure in the table
connection field below.

Step Action

1 Insert the RCF in the rack top position (field 01), where the clips, holding
the nuts, are mounted.

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Step Action

2 Fasten the RCF with four M6 screws including protection rings.


Note: The screw at the top left of the RCF must be mounted without a pro-
tection ring, to ensure firm contact to safety earth.

5.4 Connecting Safety Ground to the RCF

Options The safety ground cable can be connected to either the rack connection field as de-
scribed in this section or to the rack as described in ‘4.4 Connecting Safety Ground
to the Rack’ on page 38. If you choose to connect the cable to the rack, this proce-
dure can be omitted.

To connect the safety The safety ground can be established via a connection at the RCF. Follow the pro-
ground cable cedure below to connect the ground cable.

Step Action

1 Connect the safety ground cable to one of the four holes in the RCF (two at
the top and two at the bottom) as shown on the figure below

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5.5 Installing the Rack Alarm Indicator Module

The rack alarm indicator The rack alarm indicator module CX4009 is shown on the figure below.
module

To install the rack alarm Install the alarm indicator module in the RCF by following the procedure below.
indicator module
Step Action

1 Insert the rack alarm indicator module in position 1 of the RCF subrack.

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5.6 Installing the RCF Power Filter Modules

Types of power filters in the The following two types of power filter modules can be used in the rack connection
RCF field.

Item Number Description Illustration

CM4005 Surge filter and circuit breaker


with automatic fuse (for station
power supply without external
fuse).

CM4006 Surge filter (for station power


supply with external breaker
and fuse).

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To set the grounding Follow the procedure below to set the grounding connection on the power filter
connection on the power module CM4006.
filter CM4006
Step Action

1 Set the grounding straps as shown on the figure below with the following
options.
Note: DC-I is the default setting.
• DC-I (DC return conductor isolated) where station ground and 0 V are
not connected.
• DC-C (DC return conductor common) where station ground and 0 V are
connected.

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To set the grounding Follow the procedure below to set the grounding connection for the power filter
connection for the power module CM4005.
filter CM4005
Step Action

1 Following options are possible:


Note: DC-I is the default setting.
• DC-I (DC return conductor isolated) where station ground and 0 V are
not connected.
• DC-C (DC return conductor common) where station ground and 0 V are
connected.
Make connections according to the figure below to change to DC-C setting.
It is recommended to use min. 2.5 mm2 wires.

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To install the RCF power Install the power filter modules in the RCF by following the procedure below.
filter modules
Step Action

1 Insert the power filter modules, to be connected to the main power from the
station, in the positions shown on the figure below.
The power filter in position 2 is for connection of main power to the subrack
placed in the top of the rack, position 4 is for the next and so on.

2 Insert the power filter modules, to be connected to the protection power


from the station, in the positions shown on the figure below.
The power filter in position 3 is for connection of protection power to the
subrack placed in the top of the rack, position 5 is for the next and so on.

5.7 Connecting Station Power to the RCF

Power connection label A power connection label is located at the inside of the RCF-20 front cover. The
figure below shows this label.

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To connect the station Connect the station power to the RCF by following the procedure in the table be-
power to RCF with power low.
filters CM4005 installed
Step Action

1 Connect 0 V (red) and -48V/-60V (blue) to the power terminals A.

2 Connect 0 V (red) and -48V/-60 V (blue) to the station supply cables.

3 Connect the optional ground connection to the ground terminal A on the


RCF.

4 Repeat this procedure when protection power is used. Connect instead to the
Power Terminals B.

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To connect the station Connect the station power to the power filter by following the procedure in the ta-
power to RCF with power ble below.
filters CM4006 installed
Step Action

1 Connect 0 V (red) and -48V/-60V (blue) to the power terminals of the pow-
er filter.

2 Connect 0 V (red) and -48V/-60 V (blue) to the station supply cables.

3 Connect the optional ground connection to the ground terminal of the power
filter.

4 Repeat this procedure for each of the installed power filter modules.

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5.8 Connecting Alarm Power to the RCF

To connect an external Follow the procedure below to connect an external alarm power source to the alarm
power source as alarm power terminals on the RCF. It is recommended to use 2.5 mm2 wires and a 16A
power fuse.

Step Action

1 Connect 0 V (red), -48V/-60V (blue) to the alarm power terminal block.

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6 Installing the Subrack SF4

In this chapter This chapter describes how to install the SF4 subrack into an ETSI Rack. When us-
ing a 19” rack, the side flanges of the subrack must be replaced by special adapta-
tion brackets. The following topics are included:
• ‘6.1 Installation Overview’ on page 51
• ‘6.2 Identify the Subrack’ on page 52
• ‘6.3 Preparing the Subrack for Use in a 19” Rack’ on page 53
• ‘6.4 Preparing the Subrack for Use of the Fan Unit’ on page 54
• ‘6.5 Mounting the Subrack’ on page 55
• ‘6.6 Routing the Optical and Electrical Cables’ on page 57
• ‘6.7 DC-C/DC-I Ground Strap’ on page 58
• ‘6.8 Connecting Power Cables’ on page 58
• ‘6.9 Connecting Alarm Cables’ on page 60
• ‘6.10 Connecting Tributary Cables’ on page 63
• ‘6.11 Connecting the EOW Cables’ on page 64
• ‘6.12 Connecting the Ethernet Cables’ on page 65
• ‘6.13 Connecting the Craft Terminal Cables’ on page 65
• ‘6.14 Subrack Switches’ on page 67

6.1 Installation Overview

To complete the To complete the installation of the SF4 subrack, the following steps must be per-
installation of the SF4 formed.
subrack
Step Action

1 Identify the SF4 subrack.

2 Prepare the subrack when a 19”rack is used

3 Prepare the subrack for mounting the fan subrack.

4 Prepare the rack to accommodate the subrack (mounting nuts in the rack).

5 Mount the SF4 subrack/Fan subrack combination in the rack.

6 Install the electrical cables on the subrack.

7 Set the Subrack ID and Rack ID switches.


The purpose for setting the subrack switches is to obtain information about
the rack and subrack addresses for installed modules when using the DXX
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6.2 Identify the Subrack

Identifying the subrack The label identifying the SF4 subrack (item number UC3900-A) is located on the
inside of the left side plate of the subrack as shown on the figure below. See also
‘Identification labels’ on page 25.

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6.3 Preparing the Subrack for Use in a 19” Rack

To prepare the subrack The following procedure describes how to mount the brackets for subracks used in
a 19” rack. Skip this section if an ETSI rack is used.

Step Action

1 Demount the side flanges of the subrack.

2 Remove the ground tabs at A.

3 Take the left side flange and turn it as shown in the picture. Mount it at the
right side of the subrack.

4 Repeat with the right side flange and mount it at the left side of the subrack.

5 Remount the ground tabs at B.

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6.4 Preparing the Subrack for Use of the Fan Unit

To prepare the fan subrack The following procedure describes how to mount the fan subrack.

Step Action

1 Attach the fan subrack to the SF4 subrack as shown in the picture.

Use two screws for the upper holes and two nuts for the lower holes.

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6.5 Mounting the Subrack

Subrack positions The figure shows the subrack positions in the rack.

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To mount the nuts in the Before mounting the subrack, the nuts including clips must be inserted into the
rack numbered square holes of the rack side members.

Step Action

1 If the rack is equipped with one subrack, insert a nut including clip in the
following holes:
n (where n is a number between 16 and 64)
n+9

2 If the rack is equipped with three subracks, insert a nut including clip in the
following holes:
• 16 and 25 for the upper subrack
• 40 and 49 for the second subrack
• 64 and 73 for the third subrack

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To mount the subrack Mount the subrack in the rack by following the procedure in the table below.

Step Action

1 Insert the subrack/fan subrack combination into the rack. The two ground
tabs can be used to suspend the subrack in the rack.

2 Fasten the subrack with four M6 screws including protection rings.


Note: The screw at the top left of the subrack must be mounted without a
protection ring, to ensure firm contact to safety earth.

3 Insert the cables at the rear of the fan unit.

6.6 Routing the Optical and Electrical Cables

To route the cables/fibres Route all cables. (optical fibres, coaxial cables). The cables are routed in the left or
right side of the rack.

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6.7 DC-C/DC-I Ground Strap

To check DC-C/DC-I Check the DC-C/DC-I ground strap located in the subrack (see figure below).
ground strap
Step Action

1 Following options are possible:


Note: DC-C is the default setting.
• DC-C (DC return conductor common) where station ground and 0 V are
connected.
• DC-I (DC return conductor isolated) where station ground and 0 V are
not connected.
Remove the strap to change to DC-I setting.

6.8 Connecting Power Cables

Logistics The table lists the available power cable.

Ordering Number Description

WK-496Z-02.6-01 Power cable between RCF, subrack and Fan unit.

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To connect power cables The following procedure describes how to install the power cables between the
between the RCF and the power filters at the RCF and the power connectors on the SF4 subrack.
subrack
Step Action

1 Use a pair of filters per subrack as shown on the figure.

2 Connect the power cables (WK-496Z-02.6-01) as shown on the figures be-


low.

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Step Action

3 Repeat step 2 with all power connections between the subracks and the
RCF.

6.9 Connecting Alarm Cables

Logistics The table lists the available alarm cables.

Ordering Number Description

WK-461X-01.2-01 Alarm cable between RCF and subrack 1 (subrack


placed just below the RCF)

WK-461X-02.2-01 Alarm cable between RCF and subrack 3

WK-461X-02.7-01 Alarm cable between RCF and subrack 4

WK-479X-01.5-01 Alarm cable for fan unit.

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To connect alarm cables The following procedure describes how to install the alarm cables between the
between the RCF and the alarm connector at the RCF and the alarm connector on the SF4 main subrack.
subrack
Step Action

1 To avoid short circuiting -48 V to ground when connecting the alarm cable
make sure that
a) the system is unpowered
b) or that the -48 V is disconnected from the alarm connector by slightly
pulling out the LED board on the RCF

2 Use the alarm connectors as shown in the figure.

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Step Action

3 Connect the alarm cable as shown on the figures below.

4 Repeat step 3 with all alarm connections between the subracks and the RCF.

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To connect the alarm cable The following procedure describes how to connect the alarm cable between the fan
between the SCF and the subrack and the subrack SF4
fan subrack
Step Action

1 Connect the alarm cable (WK-479X-01.5-01) to the AUX Alarm connector


on the SCF. Please refer to the figure below.

6.10 Connecting Tributary Cables

TRIB connectors The tributary cables are connected to the TRIB connectors at the SCF. There are
12 groups (TRIB A1 to TRIB A6 and TRIB B1 to TRIB B6) of three TRIB con-
nectors (Channel 1-7, Channel 8-14 and Channel 15-21). Each group of TRIB con-
nectors corresponds to a slot position in the subrack, indicated by the number in pa-
renthesis. Please refer to ‘SCF Layout’ on page 99 for additional information.

Tributary cable and EMC When using 75 ohm tributary cables, you must attach a clamp filter to each of the
radiated emission cables to comply with Class B EMC emission specifications. See ‘EMC emission
tests’ on page 191.

Tributary cable color When using the 120 ohm, twisted pair, open ended cable WK-488Y-20.0-01, the
coding table below describes the color coding used.

Tx (dark blue cable)


Trib. Channel Rx (light blue cable)

a-wire b-wire

1, 8 and 15 blue white/blue

2, 9 and 16 orange white/orange

3, 10 and 17 green white/green

4, 11 and 18 brown white/brown

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Tx (dark blue cable)


Trib. Channel Rx (light blue cable)

a-wire b-wire

5, 12 and 19 blue red/blue

6, 13 and 20 orange red/orange

7, 14 and 21 green red/green

6.11 Connecting the EOW Cables

Logistics The table lists the available EOW cables.

Ordering Number Description

WK-472X-03.0-01 EOW cable for EOW 5+6. Length 3m.

WK-472X-08.0-01 Same as WK-472X-03.0-01, but length 8 m.

WK461X-01.2-01 15 pole EOW cable for EOW 1+2 or EOW 3+4.


Length 1.2 m

WK461X-01.7-01 Same as WK461X-01.2-01, but length 1.7 m

WK461X-02.2-01 Same as WK461X-01.2-01, but length 2.2 m

WK461X-02.7-01 Same as WK461X-01.2-01, but length 2.7 m

WK461X-08.0-01 Same as WK461X-01.2-01, but length 8 m

To connect the EOW For detailed information about connection of the EOW cables between the DXX
cables 6340 node and the DTMF-EOW.

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6.12 Connecting the Ethernet Cables

To connect Ethernet The following procedure describes how to connect the Ethernet cables.
cables
Step Action

1 Connect a standard shielded cable suitable for a RJ-45 connector with a


MDI type 10/100 BASE-T connection, as shown in the figure.

Note: Use a crossed cable when interfacing a PC/workstation and a straight


cable when interfacing to a router/hub/switch.

6.13 Connecting the Craft Terminal Cables

Logistics The table lists the available craft terminal cables.

Ordering Number Description

WK-070X-03.0-01 Standard Craft interface cable.

WK-477X-05.0-01 F-interface cable, 5 m

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To connect the craft Follow the instructions


terminal
Step Action

1 Connect a standard cable WK-070X-03.0-01 (9-pole D-sub) between the


craft terminal and the craft connector on the system connection field (Con-
nection only to CMCC module).

2 Alternatively connect the cable WK-477X-05.0-01 between the craft termi-


nal and the F-interface connector on the CMCC module or any module
equipped with a F-interface connector.

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6.14 Subrack Switches

Subrack switches Before installing the modules into the subrack, the DIP switches located on the
backplane must be set. There are three switches for setting the Subrack ID and four
switches for setting the Rack ID.

Purpose The purpose for setting the subrack switches is to obtain information about the rack
and subrack addresses for installed modules when using the DXX 8100 manager.

Location of DIP switches The figure shows the location of the DIP switches in the subrack.
for setting subrack ID and
rack ID

Subrack ID The table shows the switch settings for different Subrack IDs.

Set switch no. to:


Subrack ID
4 2 1

Subrack ID 0 0 0 0

Subrack ID 1 0 0 1

Subrack ID 2 0 1 0

Subrack ID 3 0 1 1

Subrack ID 4 1 0 0

Subrack ID 5 1 0 1

Subrack ID 6 1 1 0

Subrack ID 7 1 1 1

Note: It is recommended to assign the Subrack IDs from top to bottom in the rack.

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Rack ID The table shows the switch settings for different Rack IDs.

Set switch no. to:


Rack ID
8 4 2 1

Rack ID 0 0 0 0 0

Rack ID 1 0 0 0 1

Rack ID 2 0 0 1 0

Rack ID 3 0 0 1 1

Rack ID 4 0 1 0 0

Rack ID 5 0 1 0 1

Rack ID 6 0 1 1 0

Rack ID 7 0 1 1 1

Rack ID 8 1 0 0 0

Rack ID 9 1 0 0 1

Rack ID 10 1 0 1 0

Rack ID 11 1 0 1 1

Rack ID 12 1 1 0 0

Rack ID 13 1 1 0 1

Rack ID 14 1 1 1 0

Rack ID 15 1 1 1 1

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7 Installing the Fan Unit

In this chapter This chapter describes how to install the fan unit. The following topics are includ-
ed:
• ‘7.1 Mounting the Fan Unit’ on page 69
• ‘7.2 Shifting the Filter of the Fan Unit’ on page 70

7.1 Mounting the Fan Unit

To mount the fan unit The following procedure describes how to mount the fan unit.

Step Action

1 Insert the fan unit including the filter into the fan subrack.

2 Mount the front lid and fasten it with the fingerscrews.

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7.2 Shifting the Filter of the Fan Unit

To shift the filter The following procedure describes how to replace the filter (NS-0285) in the fan
unit.

Step Action

1 Remove the front lid of the fan unit by loosening the two fingerscrews.

2 Pull out the used filter and insert a new one.

3 Remount the front lid.

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8 Installing the Modules

In this chapter This chapter describes how to install the different DXX 6340 node modules into
the SF4 subrack. The following topics are included:
• ‘8.1 Subrack Slot Numbers’ on page 71
• ‘8.2 General Procedure’ on page 72
• ‘8.3 Installing Modules with Pluggable Transceivers’ on page 73
• ‘8.4 Installing Optical Transport Modules’ on page 74
• ‘8.5 Installing the ETEX Modules’ on page 75
• ‘8.6 Connecting Optical Cables’ on page 77
• ‘8.7 Installing Electrical Transport Modules’ on page 78
• ‘8.8 Preparing the CMCC Module Prior to Installation’ on page 79
• ‘8.9 Preparing the OHA Module Prior to Installation’ on page 79
• ‘8.10 Installing Common Modules’ on page 82
• ‘8.11 Removing Modules’ on page 82

8.1 Subrack Slot Numbers

Slot number indication The slot position numbers mentioned in the tables throughout this chapter, corre-
spond to the slot number indication on the figure below.

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8.2 General Procedure

Introduction The procedure given in this section is common for all modules. However some
modules require additional handling. These modules are:
• CMCC module. Please refer to ‘8.8 Preparing the CMCC Module Prior to In-
stallation’ on page 79.
• OHA module. Please refer to ‘8.9 Preparing the OHA Module Prior to Instal-
lation’ on page 79.

To install a module Follow the general instructions to install the modules into the subrack.

Step Action

1 Insert the modules in a slot according to your specific configuration.


Be aware of the slot position numbers imprinted on the subrack.

2 Press the module firmly into the backplane connector. For the last move-
ment use the two levers simultaneously.

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8.3 Installing Modules with Pluggable Transceivers

To install modules with This procedure describes how to install modules which include pluggable trans-
pluggable transceivers ceivers. In this procedure the ETEX16 module is used as example.

Step Action

1 Install the module as described in ‘To install a module’ on page 72

2 Insert the optical transceiver in one of the transceiver cages located on the
board. See the figure, which shows an ETEX16 module. Push gently until
locked.

Note: Ensure that the input/output indications on the transceivers are turned
as shown in the figure.

3 Repeat step 2 for other transceivers.

To remove the transceiver If you need to remove the transceivers, disconnect the optical fibers.

Step Action

1 Turn the locking clip to the vertical position as shown on the figure and pull
the transceiver gently out of its cage.

2 Repeat step 2 for other transceivers.

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8.4 Installing Optical Transport Modules

Introduction Warning: To completely eliminate the possibility of eye damage, the far end opti-
cal module must be turned off. Keep optical connectors at least 25 cm
away from eyes. Read the warnings at the beginning of the manual.
Warning: To avoid damage to sensitive circuits, use an antistatic bracelet. There is
a socket for this purpose at the subrack.

Cleaning optical To ensure the best possible optical connections, it is recommended to clean the op-
connectors tical connectors before use. Use the following items to clean the optical connectors.
• Lens-cleaning tissue
• 2-propanol
• Pressurized clean air

Identifying the modules The label identifying the modules is located at the front of the module. The figure
below shows the SIMX16 module as an example. See also ‘Identification labels’
on page 25.

Module positions in the The following table lists the possible modules positions for the SIMX modules in
main subrack the main subrack.

Module Slot Position

SIMX16 8 11

SIMX1/4

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Module positions in the The following table lists the possible modules positions for the SIM1/4 modules in
main subrack the main subrack.

Module Slot Position

SIM1/4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Module positions in the The following table lists the possible modules positions for the optical interface
tributary subrack modules in the tributary subrack.

Module Slot Position

EXT16 8 11

8.5 Installing the ETEX Modules

Identifying the modules The label identifying the modules is located at the front of the module. The figure
below shows the ETEX2 module as an example. See also ‘Identification labels’ on
page 25.

Module positions in the The following table shows the location possibilities for the ETEX modules.
main / tributary subrack
Note: ETEX2 and ETEX16 modules occupy two slots.

Module Slot Position

ETEX2M/S 1-2 3-4 5-6 12 - 13 14 - 15 16 - 17

2-3 4-5 6-7 13 - 14 15 - 16 17 - 18

ETEX4 1 2 3 4 5 6 12 13 14 15 16 17

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Module Slot Position

ETEX16M/S 1-2 3-4 5-6 12 - 13 14 - 15 16 - 17

2-3 4-5 6-7 13 - 14 15 - 16 17 - 18

To install the interface box The installation of the ETEX4 or ETEX16 module comprises mounting of the in-
for the ETEX4 / ETEX16 terface box in addition to the insertion of the module. Please follow the procedure
module below.

Step Action

1 Insert the ETEX module according to your configuration. Follow the in-
structions given in ‘To install a module’ on page 72.

2 Insert the interface box, according to slot position of the ETEX module and
fasten it with two screws. The illustration below shows the interface box po-
sition, when the ETEX4 module is inserted in slot 4 or ETEX16 inserted in
slot 4-5.

In this case the interface box covers the three connectors, designated
TRIBA4.

Important note 1 The ETEX4 module only supports 10 or 100 Mbps full duplex.

Important note 2 In systems containing a combination of ETEX4 and TEX1P modules, obey the fol-
lowing rule. If you place an ETEX4 module to the left of a TEX1P module, you
must leave an empty slot between the two modules.

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8.6 Connecting Optical Cables

Connecting the optical Route the optical cables from the side of the rack, via the fiber guides to the front
cables of the optical modules. Connect the optical cables to the individual modules.
Note: If necessary, clean the optical connectors.

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8.7 Installing Electrical Transport Modules

Identifying the modules The label identifying the modules is located at the front of the module. The figure
below shows the TEX33 module as an example. See also ‘Identification labels’ on
page 25.

Module positions in main The following table lists the possible modules positions for the electrical transport
subrack modules in the main subrack.

Module Slot position

SIM1 (electrical) 1 4 12 15

TEX1 (unprotected) 1 2 3 4 5 6 12 13 14 15 16 17

TEX1 (protected) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7(P) 12 13 14 15 16 17 18(P)

TEX33 (unprotected) 1 4 12 15

TEX33 (protected) 2 3(P) 5 6(P) 13 14(P) 16 17(P)

TIP33 1 4 12 15

Note: (P) designates the slot position for the protection module.

Module positions in The following table lists the possible modules positions for the electrical modules
tributary subrack in the tributary subrack.

Module Slot position

TEX1 (unprotected) 1 2 3 4 5 6 12 13 14 15 16 17

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Module Slot position

TEX1 (protected) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7(P) 12 13 14 15 16 17 18(P)

TEX33 (unprotected) 1 4 12 15

TEX33 (protected) 2 3(P) 5 6(P) 13 14(P) 16 17(P)

TIP33 1 4 12 15

Note: (P) designates the slot position for the protection module.

Inserting the modules Insert the modules according to your configuration. Follow the instructions given
in ‘To install a module’ on page 72.

8.8 Preparing the CMCC Module Prior to Installation

CMCC preparation Before installing the CMCC module, the compact flash card, carrying the software
and configuration data of the system, must be installed.

To install the compact flash Insert the flash card in the slot located on the rear side of the CMCC module.
card

Note: The compact flash card contains the configuration data of the system. In
case the CMCC module needs to be replaced, the flash card can be inserted
into the new module, without the need to configure the system again.

8.9 Preparing the OHA Module Prior to Installation

OHA preparation Before installing the OHA module, the DIP switches on the OHA board must be
set. The are two switches for selection of EOW channels (S1 and S2).
Note: Switches S3, S4, S5 and S6 are not used.

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Location of DIP switches The figure shows the location of the DIP switches S1 to S6 on the OHA board.
on the OHA board

S1 Switch settings for EOW The table describes the settings of the S1 switches on the OHA module.
channels 3 and 5

Switch S1 Set switch no. to:

1 2 3 4 5 6

Trib. group A Slot 1 to EOW Channel 3 ON ON ON

Trib. group A Slot 2 to EOW Channel 3 OFF ON ON

Trib. group A Slot 3 to EOW Channel 3 ON OFF ON

Trib. group A Slot 4 to EOW Channel 3 OFF OFF ON

Trib. group A Slot 5 to EOW Channel 3 ON ON OFF

Trib. group A Slot 6 to EOW Channel 3 OFF ON OFF

Trib. group A Slot 7 to EOW Channel 3 ON OFF OFF

Trib. group A Slot 1 to EOW Channel 5 ON ON ON

Trib. group A Slot 2 to EOW Channel 5 OFF ON ON

Trib. group A Slot 3 to EOW Channel 5 ON OFF ON

Trib. group A Slot 4 to EOW Channel 5 OFF OFF ON

Trib. group A Slot 5 to EOW Channel 5 ON ON OFF

Trib. group A Slot 6 to EOW Channel 5 OFF ON OFF

Trib. group A Slot 7 to EOW Channel 5 ON OFF OFF

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S2 Switch settings for EOW The table describes the settings of the S2 switches on the OHA module.
channels 4 and 6

Switch S2 Set switch no. to:

1 2 3 4 5 6

Trib. group B Slot 12 to EOW Channel 4 ON ON ON

Trib. group B Slot 13 to EOW Channel 4 OFF ON ON

Trib. group B Slot 14 to EOW Channel 4 ON OFF ON

Trib. group B Slot 15 to EOW Channel 4 OFF OFF ON

Trib. group B Slot 16 to EOW Channel 4 ON ON OFF

Trib. group B Slot 17 to EOW Channel 4 OFF ON OFF

Trib. group B Slot 18 to EOW Channel 4 ON OFF OFF

Trib. group B Slot 12 to EOW Channel 6 ON ON ON

Trib. group B Slot 13 to EOW Channel 6 OFF ON ON

Trib. group B Slot 14 to EOW Channel 6 ON OFF ON

Trib. group B Slot 15 to EOW Channel 6 OFF OFF ON

Trib. group B Slot 16 to EOW Channel 6 ON ON OFF

Trib. group B Slot 17 to EOW Channel 6 OFF ON OFF

Trib. group B Slot 18 to EOW Channel 6 ON OFF OFF

Important note If more than one EOW channel is configured to the same slot position, The
EOW does not work.

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8.10 Installing Common Modules

Identifying the modules The label identifying the modules is located at the front of the module. The figure be-
low shows the PS module as an example. See also ‘Identification labels’ on page 25.

Module positions in main The following table lists the possible modules positions for the common modules in
/ tributary subrack the main subrack.

Module Slot position

CMCC 20

PS 9 10

OHA 19

Inserting the modules Insert the modules according to your configuration. Follow the instructions given in
‘To install a module’ on page 72.

8.11 Removing Modules

To remove modules The following procedure is common for all modules.

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Note: Disconnect optical cables on optical modules, before removing the module.

Step Action

1 Release the two levers and firmly pull out the module.

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Part III: Reference Information

• ‘9 Rack’ on page 87

• ‘10 Rack Connection Field - RCF’ on page 91

• ‘11 Subrack’ on page 97

• ‘12 Fan Unit’ on page 105

• ‘13 Modules’ on page 109

• ‘14 System Specifications’ on page 189

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9 Rack

In this chapter This chapter describes the rack holding the DXX 6340 node. The chapter includes
the following topics:
• ‘9.1 Front Layout’ on page 87
• ‘9.2 Logistics’ on page 88
• ‘9.3 Functional Description’ on page 88
• ‘9.4 Specifications’ on page 88

9.1 Front Layout

Rack layout The front layout of the rack is shown in the figure below.

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9.2 Logistics

Rack ordering numbers The ordering numbers of the rack items are described in the table below.

Ordering Number Description

CS4010-NA 600mm wide Rack, not assembled. Height 2200mm

NS-0260 Kit with Rearplate for RACK600

9.3 Functional Description

Function The front of the rack is prepared for mounting of standard subracks with a width of
up to 500 mm.
The rack can be equipped with up to three subracks.
The upper part of the rack is reserved for the RCF (Rack Connection Field).

Cables in the rack The open top and bottom of the rack function as cable inlets.
External cables (electrical and optical) enter the rack via the top or bottom. They
are routed via cable ducts in the side panels of the rack to the respective SCFs (Sys-
tem Connection Field) or directly to the RCF (Rack Connection Field).
Cables from the RCF to SCFs are routed in the rack side member cable ducts to-
gether with the external cables.

Earth connection Safety earth connection is located at the top of the rack.

Connection of antistatic On both left and right side, the rack is provided with connectors for antistatic brace-
bracelets lets.

9.4 Specifications

Construction The rack is constructed of solid steel plates, which constitute the sides of the rack.
The rack has an open front. The rack is designed according to ETSI specifications.

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Dimensions The dimensions of the rack is shown on the figure below.

Weight The weight of the rack including packaging is 42 kg.

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10 Rack Connection Field - RCF

In this chapter This chapter describes the rack connection field. The chapter includes the follow-
ing topics:
• ‘10.1 Logistics’ on page 91
• ‘10.2 Functional Description’ on page 91
• ‘10.3 Specifications’ on page 93

10.1 Logistics

RCF ordering numbers The ordering numbers of the RCF items are described in the table below.

Ordering Num-
Short Name Description
ber

UC4010-1 RCF-SR Subrack for Rack Connection Field

CM4005 RCF-FILT- 20 A Filter Board with Automatic Breaker


FUSE-20

CM4006 RCF-FILT-20 20 A Filter Board for External Breaker and


Fusing

CX4009 RCF-LED LED/Alarm Board

210-4000-006 FUSE FU,SLOBLO,005AMP,250V,GL,CART for


module CX4009

NS-0279 19" Mounting Set for RCF

10.2 Functional Description

Function The RCF system provides the rack- and station alarm interface, distributes power
to the subracks in the rack and protects against surge transients in the station power
distribution network.
The RCF accommodates up to eight subracks in a rack, or four subracks if protec-
tion supply is used.
The RCF system consist of the basic RCF subrack, the rack alarm indicator module
and two types of power filter modules.

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Alarm indicator module The alarm indicator module carries the A, B and R alarm LEDs and is supplied
from the alarm power. A fuse for the alarm power is located on the module. The
alarm power terminal block is located in the alarm field.

Filter module with The module includes a surge filter on -48/60 V and 0 V. By using the combined
automatic fuse and circuit automatic fuse and circuit breaker the power supply to the appropriate system can
breaker be switched off. The station power supply must be connected to the common ter-
minal block in the alarm field. The terminal block on the module must be connected
to the appropriate subrack.

Filter module with circuit The module includes a surge filter on -48/60 V and 0 V. By using the circuit break-
breaker er the power supply to the appropriate system can be switched off. The station pow-
er supply must be connected to the input terminal block on the module. The output
terminal block must be connected to the appropriate subrack.

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Note: The external fuse used with this board should be rated to 20 A max.

10.3 Specifications

Dimensions The dimensions of the rack connection field is shown on the figure below.

Weight The weight of the rack connection field is shown in the table below

RCF Weight [kg]

Unequipped 2.2

Fully equipped 5

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RCF layout The figure shows the RCF layout.

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RCF connectors The table lists the connectors on the RCF

Function Equipment Connector Type Remarks

Central Alarm 25 pole DIN41652 (male)

Rack Alarm 15 pole DIN41652 (male)

System Alarms 02 - 05 15 pole DIN41652 (male) 4 connectors

EOW Bell 9 pole DIN41652 (male)

Alarm Terminal Block

DC-C Ground Terminal Block

External Power (System A) Terminal Block

External Power (System B) Terminal Block

Power Connection Field Terminal Blocks 8 connectors

Alarm relay contacts In closed positions the rack alarm output is short-circuited to +0 V alarm power.
The contacts can withstand a continuous current of 200 mA when closed.
The open relay contacts can withstand a continuous voltage of -75 V (with refer-
ence to alarm power 0 V).

Alarm electronic contacts In closed position the system alarm output is short-circuited to GROUND by
means of an transistor.
The system alarm outputs are able to withstand a continuous current of 100 mA,
when closed with a maximum voltage drop of 2 V.
When open, the output contacts are able to withstand a continuous voltage of -60
V (with reference to GROUND), and sinks less than 20 µA.
When the power to the master module is removed the CA(A) system alarm contact
will be closed, and the CA(B) system alarm contacts will be open.

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RCF connector pin The pin designations of the connectors on the RCF is shown on the figure below
designations

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11 Subrack

In this chapter This chapter describes the subrack for the DXX 6340 node. The chapter includes
the following topics:
• ‘11.1 Front Layout’ on page 97
• ‘11.2 Logistics’ on page 97
• ‘11.3 Functional Description’ on page 98
• ‘11.4 Specifications’ on page 98

11.1 Front Layout

SF4 subrack front layout The front layout of the SF4 subrack is shown in the figure below.

11.2 Logistics

Ordering number The ordering number of the DXX 6340 node subrack is described in the table be-
low.

Ordering Num-
Short Name Description
ber

UC3900-A SF4 Front Access Subrack

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11.3 Functional Description

Modules to be placed in the The SF4 subrack comprises 20 slots for modules. However some modules occupy
subrack two slots.

Electrical connections All external electrical connectors are placed in the system connection field in the
upper part of the subrack. All electrical cabling is done to the front.

Optical connections Optical connections to the modules are provided at the front of the individual DXX
6340 node modules.

Front cover The subrack is closed with a front plate covering the modules placed in the subrack.

11.4 Specifications

Dimensions The dimensions of the SF4 subrack is shown on the figure below.

Weight The weight of the SF4 subrack is shown in the table below.

SF4 subrack Weight [kg]

Unequipped 12

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SCF Layout The figure shows the SCF layout.

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Connectors on SCF The table list the connectors on the SCF of the SF4 subrack.

Equipment Con-
Connector Function Remarks
nector Type

EOW 1+2, 3+4 EOW Connection Channels 1 to 4. 15 Pole D-sub 15


DIN41652 (male)

EOW 5+6 EOW connection Channels 5 and 6. 9 Pole DIN41652 D-sub 9


(male)

CRAFT Craft terminal interface 9 Pole DIN41652 D-sub 9


(male)

AUX ALARM Auxiliary Alarms 15 Pole D-sub 15


DIN41652 (male)

SYSTEM ALARM Rack and Station Supervision Alarms 15 Pole D-sub 15


DIN41652 (male)

USER CHANNEL User Data Channels V.11 15 pole D-sub 15.


TRIB A (1 to 4) DIN41652 (male) Not used

USER CHANNEL User Data Channels V.11 15 pole


TRIB B (1 to 4) DIN41652 (male)

USER CHANNEL User Data Channels V.11 15 pole


AGGR (1 to 4) DIN41652 (male)

CHAN 1-7 to CHAN Tributary inputs and outputs for 2 Mbit/s signals 48 Pole FB The set of con-
15-21 (male) nectors are re-
peated for each
TEX1 module
position in the
subrack.

SYNC T3 Synchronization input 9 Pole DIN41652 D-sub 9


(male)

SYNC T4 Synchronization output 9 Pole DIN41652 D-sub 9


(male)

POWER UB1 Connection for supply voltage from RCF or sta- 3 Pole DIN41652
tion (male)

POWER UB2 Connection for supply voltage from RCF or sta- 3 Pole DIN41652
tion (male)

AGGR IN 1, IN 2 Inputs for electrical STM-1 aggregate signals 1.0/2.3 Coax

AGGR OUT 1, OUT Outputs for electrical STM-1 aggregate signals 1.0/2.3 Coax
2

TRIB IN 1, IN 2 Tributary inputs for STM-1, 34 Mbit/s or 45 Mbit/ 1.0/2.3 Coax


s signals

TRIB OUT 1, OUT 2 Tributary outputs for STM-1, 34 Mbit/s or 1.0/2.3 Coax
45 Mbit/s signals

MGT Not used BNC (female)

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Equipment Con-
Connector Function Remarks
nector Type

MGT1 ECC channel for management of 8100NM via RJ-45


Ethernet (TP4)

MGT 2 and 3 For future use RJ-45

TP1, 2 Channel for management of ETEX modules via RJ-45


Ethernet

SCF connector pin The pin designations of the connectors on the system connection field (SCF) is
designations shown on the figure below.

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12 Fan Unit

In this chapter This chapter describes the fan unit. The chapter includes the following topics:
• ‘12.1 Front Layout’ on page 105
• ‘12.2 Logistics’ on page 105
• ‘12.3 LEDs and Connectors’ on page 106
• ‘12.4 Functional Description’ on page 106
• ‘12.5 Specifications’ on page 107

12.1 Front Layout

Fan unit front layout The front layout of the fan unit is shown in the figure below

12.2 Logistics

Ordering numbers The ordering numbers of the fan unit items are listed in the table below:

Item number Description

NS-0291 Subrack for Fan module

CM4412 Fan module

NS-0285 Filter for Fan module

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12.3 LEDs and Connectors

LEDs and connectors on The figure below shows the LEDs and connectors on the front of the fan module.
the front

LED The states of the fan unit LEDs are shown in the following table. The LEDs are bi-
colored and indicate the condition of the two identical controllers.

LED Color State

Green Normal condition

Green flashing Manual control of fan speed

Red Malfunction in module

Off No power

Connectors at the rear The figure below shows the connectors at the rear of the fan module.

12.4 Functional Description

Overall function The fan unit consists of three cooling fans operated in a 1:2 redundant configura-
tion. The fans are placed in a pressure chamber that ensures an uniform airflow
through a replaceable air filter in to the subrack above.

Automatic start The cooling unit starts automatically when power is applied. When the temperature
sensor detect a too high temperature, the fan speed is increased.

Air filter replacement To ensure optimum cooling under normal environmental conditions, it is recom-
mended to replace the air filter every 12 months.

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12.5 Specifications

Dimensions of fan subrack The dimensions of the fan subrack is shown on the figure below.

Dimensions of fan module The dimensions of the fan module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

54 mm 415 mm 160 mm

Weight The weight of the fan module is approximately 2 kg.

Added height to the When mounted, the fan subrack adds 85 mm to the height of the SF4 subrack. The
subrack total height of the subrack including fan module subrack is 558 mm

Power consumption The maximum power consumption of the fan module is 30 W.

Noise level According to ETSI ETS 300 753


The A-weighted sound power level at normal speed is 5.7 Bels [re 1pW].
The A-weighted sound power level at full speed is 6.6 Bels [re 1pW].
The average sound pressure level at normal speed is 43 dB(A) [re 20µPa].
The average sound pressure level at full speed is 52 dB(A) [re 20µPa].

Alarms The table describes the alarms that can be generated.

Alarm Cause

A-alarm Fan speed less than 75% of normal speed

Power failure

B-alarm Fan module in manual mode

Fan speed less than 90% of normal speed

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Fan module connector pin The pin designations of the connectors on the fan module is shown on the figure
designations below

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13 Modules

In this chapter This chapter describes the modules for the DXX 6340 node. The chapter includes
the following topics:
• ‘13.1 LEDs on Modules’ on page 109
• ‘13.2 SDH Interface Module & Cross-Connect - SIMX16’ on page 111
• ‘13.3 SDH Interface Module & Cross-Connect - SIMX1/4’ on page 119
• ‘13.4 SDH Interface Module Optical - SIM1/4’ on page 128
• ‘13.5 SDH Interface Module Electrical - SIM1’ on page 134
• ‘13.6 2 Mbit/s Tributary Extension Module - TEX1, TEX1P, TEX1Pm’ on
page 138
• ‘13.7 34/45 Mbit/s Tributary Extension Module - TEX33, TEXDS33’ on page
144
• ‘13.8 Tributary Interface Protection- TIP33’ on page 149
• ‘13.9 Ethernet Tributary Extension Module - ETEX2M/S’ on page 152
• ‘13.10 Ethernet Tributary Extension Module - ETEX4’ on page 158
• ‘13.11 Ethernet Tributary Extension Module - ETEX16M/S’ on page 162
• ‘13.12 Ethernet Interface Box- I/F Box’ on page 168
• ‘13.13 Extension Module - EXT16’ on page 170
• ‘13.14 Central Management and Communications Control - CMCC’ on page
174
• ‘13.15 Overhead Access - OHA’ on page 179
• ‘13.16 Power Supply Module - PS’ on page 185

13.1 LEDs on Modules

Red status LED on TEX The following table explains the LED behavior of all modules that contain one red
modules status LED.

State Description

Constantly off Normal condition (or no power)

Slow Flashing (1Hz) The module performs a selftest or is in a state of a hard-


ware failure

Fast Flashing (4 Hz) The module is either booting or initializing SW

Red/green status LED on The following table explains the status LED behavior on the CMCC module.
the CMCC module
Green/Red LED State

Constantly green Normal condition

Constantly red Initializing board support system

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Green/Red LED State

Slow Flashing (1Hz) Synchronizing all modules


green

Fast Flashing (4 Hz) Loading or initializing application software


green

Slow Flashing (1Hz) Loading software failed


red

Fast Flashing (4 Hz) Equipment defect detected


red

Red/green status LED on The following table explains the status LED behavior on all modules that contain
other modules one red/green status LED.

Green/Red LED State

Constantly green Normal condition

Constantly red Initializing board support system or setup of emergency


hardware configuration

Slow Flashing (1Hz) Receiving synchronization


green

Fast Flashing (4 Hz) Loading or initializing application software


green

Slow Flashing (1Hz) Loading software failed or awaiting connection from


red CMCC

Fast Flashing (4 Hz) Equipment defect detected


red

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13.2 SDH Interface Module & Cross-Connect - SIMX16

In this section This section includes information on the SIMX16. The following topics are includ-
ed:
• ‘13.2.1 Front Layout and LEDs’ on page 111
• ‘13.2.2 Logistics’ on page 112
• ‘13.2.3 Functional Description’ on page 112
• ‘13.2.4 Specifications’ on page 114

13.2.1 Front Layout and LEDs

SIMX16 module front The figure shows the front layout of the SIMX16 module.
layout

The function of the LEDs are described in the following table.

No. LED Color Function/Indication Comment

1 Red/Green Status The function of the LED is ex-


plained in ‘13.1 LEDs on Mod-
ules’ on page 109.

2 Green Constantly green Module is the active SIMX16

Flashing green Module is the standby SIMX16

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13.2.2 Logistics

SIMX16 ordering numbers The ordering numbers of SIMX16 SDH module and transceivers are listed in the
following table.

Ordering Number Description

CM3920-A SIMX16 (SDH optical I/F module & cross-connect)

TR-0007 Transceiver S-16.1 (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0008 Transceiver L-16.1 (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0009 Transceiver L-16.2 (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0011 Transceiver 1000BASE-SX (SFP with LC connectors)

13.2.3 Functional Description

SIMX16 function The SIMX16 module is the switch core and aggregate SDH interface module of the
DXX 6340 node.
It provides:
• Cross connect of up to 100 external ports on high order levels.
• Cross connect of up to 32 ports on low order levels.
• STM-16 aggregate interface
• The central synchronization for the DXX 6340 node.

Circuits The SIMX16 module comprises the following circuits:


• Cross-connect
• Line interface
• Synchronization
• MSP controller
• Equipment protection controller
• Optical expansion
• Local control
• Local power supply

Module versions The module is available in different versions determined by the type of optical
transceiver.

Transceivers The module has four cages for optical SFP transceivers. The cage at the top is for
the optical STM-16 interface. Up to three GbE transceivers can be added for inter-
facing to tributary subracks.

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SIMX16 module block The figure shows a simplified block diagram of the SIMX16 module.
diagram

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13.2.4 Specifications

Transmission The following table describes the transmission characteristics of the SIMX16 mod-
characteristics ules.

Class S-16.1 L-16.1 L-16.2

Specifications according to G.957

Transceiver TR-0007 TR-0008 TR-0009

Parameter Unit

Nominal Bit Rate 2488320 ± 20 ppm kbit/s

Transmitter at reference point S

Source Type SLM SLM SLM

Wavelength range 1260-1360 1280-1335 1500-1580 nm

- max. RMS width na na na nm

- max. -20 dB width 1 1 1 nm

- min. SMSR 30 30 30 dB

Mean launched power range -5 to 0 -2 to +3 -2 to +3 dBm

Min. extinction ratio 8.2 8.2 8.2 dB

Pulse Mask According to Fig.2/ G.957

Jitter Generation G.813 option 1

Optical Path between S and R

Attenuation range 0 to 12 10 to 24 10 to 24 dB

Maximum dispersion *) na na 1200 - 1600 ps/nm

Min. opt. return loss of cable plant at S (incl. conn.) 24 24 24 dB

Max. discrete reflectance between S and R -27 -27 -27 dB

Receiver at reference point R

Minimum point R sensitivity at BER = 10-10 -18 -27 -28 dBm

Min. overload 0 -9 -9 dBm

Max. optical path penalty *) 1 1 2 dB

Max. receiver reflectance measured at R -27 -27 -27 dB

Jitter Tolerance G.825

CID Immunity According to Appendix 1 /G.958

Note: *)Information on corresponding values of dispersion versus path penalty


can be made available upon request.

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Optical connectors The optical connector type is LC.

Dimensions The dimensions of the SIMX16 module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 20 mm 170 mm

Weight The weight of the SIMX16 module is approximately 0.42 kg.

Power consumption The maximum power consumption of the SIMX16 module is 22 W.


The maximum power consumption of the SIMX16 module with transceivers is 26
W.

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13.2.5 Synchronization Interface

Reference input Specification of external 2.048 MHz/2Mbit/s reference timing input.

Parameter Reference 2.048 Mbit/s 2.048 MHz

Frequency 2.048 MHz ± 20 ppm (as output)

Code G.703 HDB3 CLK

Jitter and Wander toler- EN 300 462-5 Figure 3 to 6


ance G.813 option 1 Figure 5 to 7 and 9

Return loss G.703 For both 75 and 120 ohm For both 75 and 120 ohm
>12 dB @ 51 - 102 kHz >15 dB @ 2048 kHz
>18 dB @ 102 - 2048 kHz
>14 dB @ 2048 - 3072 kHz

√f attenuation G.703 0- 6 dB @ 1024 kHz 0- 6 dB @ 2048 kHz

SIR (Signal to Interfer- G.703 18 dB


ence Ratio)

Grounding of outer con- G.703 Always connected to ground.


ductor or screen

Reference output Specification of external 2.048 MHz/2Mbit/s reference timing output.

Parameter Reference 2.048 Mbit/s 2.048 MHz

Frequency 2.048 MHz ± 4.6 ppm

Code G.703 HDB3 CLK

Mask G.703 75 ohm: 2.37 Vpo ± 10% 75 ohm: 0.75 - 1.5 Vpo
120 ohm: 3.0 Vpo ± 10% 120 ohm: 1.0 - 1.9 Vpo

Jitter generation EN 300 462-5 0.05 UIPP @ 20 Hz - 100 kHz


G.813 option 1

Return loss EN 300 166 For both 75 and 120 ohm


>6 dB @ 51 - 102 kHz
>8 dB @ 102 - 3072 kHz

Voltage at squelch < 40 mVpo @ 50 kHz to 6144


kHz

Grounding of outer con- G.703 Always connected to ground.


ductor or screen

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13.2.6 Synchronization Functions

Synchronization function in Specification of the synchronization function in reference locked mode.


reference locked mode

Parameter Reference SETG output

Locking performance

Capture range G.813, EN 300 462-5 minimum ± 4.6 ppm

Lock range (frequency range ± 4.6 ppm


where locked is maintained)

Jitter and Wander tolerance EN 300 462-5 EN 300 462-5 figure 3 to 6


G.813 option 1 figure 5-7 The maximum permitted peak-to-peak sinusoi-
and 9 dal jitter, when applied on the synchronization
interfaces, shall not make the SEC loose track-
ing.

Phase stability TDEV MRTIE (ns)

Ideal Operation EN 300 462-5 figure 1 and 0.1 <S< 25s 32[ns] 0.1 <S< 1s 40ns
2
25<S< 100s 1 <S< 100s 40xS0.2 [ns]
G.813 option 1 figure 1 and
2 0.64xS0.5 [ns]
100 <S<1000s
100 <S<1000s 25.25xS0.2[ns]
6.4[ns]

Stressed operation (Phase tran- G.813 - According to figure12


sient)
EN 300 462-5 According to figure 7
-

Change of clock source EN 300417-1 The change-over of synchronization from one


source to another (each traceable to the same
PRC) shall be performed so that the resultant
. frequency/phase change is compliant with the
MRTIE mask (constraint by disturbances) giv-
en in EN 300 462-5.
The transition between synchronization sources
may introduce a phase transient which may re-
sult in the generation of AU/TU pointer adjust-
ments but should not introduce bit errors
Jitter

Jitter transfer function EN 300 462-5 Gain < 0.2 dB


G.813 option 1
Clock bandwidth 1 to 10 Hz

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Synchronization function in Specification of the synchronization function in holdover mode.


holdover mode

Parameter Reference SETG output

Frequency Stability

Memorized frequency resolu- 0.025 ppm


tion

Frequency offset EN 300 462-5 ± 4.6 ppm end of life


G.813 option 1

Frequency offset on entry into EN 300 462-5 ± 0.05 ppm


holdover. G.813 option 1

Frequency drift over tempera- EN 300 462-5 ± 2.0 ppm


ture G.813 option 1
Phase stability MRTIE

Long term phase transient re- EN 300 462-5 figure 8


sponse with constant temp. G.813 option 1 figure 14

Synchronization function in Specification of the synchronization function in free-running mode.


free-running mode

Parameter Reference SETG output

Frequency Stability

Frequency offset ± 4.6 ppm for approximately 10 years.


A software option will allow in system recali-
bration.

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13.3 SDH Interface Module & Cross-Connect - SIMX1/4

In this section This section includes information on the SIMX1/4. The following topics are in-
cluded:
• ‘13.3.1 Front Layout and LEDs’ on page 119
• ‘13.3.2 Logistics’ on page 120
• ‘13.3.3 Functional Description’ on page 120
• ‘13.3.4 Specifications’ on page 122

13.3.1 Front Layout and LEDs

SIMX1/4 module front The figure shows the front layout of the SIMX1/4 module.
layout

The function of the LEDs are described in the following table.

No. LED Color Function/Indication Comment

1 Red/Green Status The function of the LED is ex-


plained in ‘13.1 LEDs on Modules’
on page 109.

2 Green Constantly green Module is the active SIMX1/4

Flashing green Module is the standby SIMX1/4

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13.3.2 Logistics

SIMX1/4 ordering numbers The ordering numbers of SIMX1/4 SDH module and transceivers are listed in the
following table.

Ordering Number Description

CM3921-A SIMX1/4 (SDH optical I/F module & cross-connect)

TR-0001 Transceiver S-1.1 (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0002 Transceiver L-1.1 (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0003 Transceiver L-1.2 (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0004 Transceiver S-4.1 (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0005 Transceiver L-4.1 (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0006 Transceiver L-4.2 (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0011 Transceiver 1000BASE-SX (SFP with LC connectors)

13.3.3 Functional Description

SIMX1/4 function The SIMX1/4 module is the switch core and aggregate SDH interface module of
the DXX 6340 node.
It provides:
• Cross connect of up to 76 external ports on high order levels.
• Cross connect of up to 32 ports on low order levels.
• STM-4 or STM-1 aggregate interface
• The central synchronization for the DXX 6340 node.

Circuits The SIMX1/4 module comprises the following circuits:


• Cross-connect
• Line interface
• Synchronization
• MSP controller
• Equipment protection controller
• Optical expansion
• Local control
• Local power supply

Module versions The module is available in different versions determined by the type of optical
transceiver.

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Transceivers The module has four cages for optical SFP transceivers. The cage at the top is for
the optical STM-4 or STM-1 interface. Up to three GbE transceivers can be added
for interfacing to tributary subracks.

SIMX1/4 module block The figure shows a simplified block diagram of the SIMX1/4 module.
diagram

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13.3.4 Specifications

Transmission The following table describes the transmission characteristics of the SIMX4 mod-
characteristics ules.

Class S-4.1 L-4.1 L-4.2

Specifications according to G.957

Transceivers TR-0004 TR-0005 TR-0006

Parameter Unit

Nominal Bit Rate 622080 ± 20 ppm kbit/s

Transmitter at reference point S

Source Type MLM SLM SLM

Wavelength range 1274-1356 1280-1335 1480-1580 nm

- max. RMS width 2.5 na na nm

- max. -20 dB width na 1 1 nm

- min. SMSR na 30 30 dB

Mean launched power range -15 to -8 -3 to +2 -3 to +2 dBm

Min. extinction ratio 8.2 10 10 dB

Pulse Mask According to Fig.2/ G.957

Jitter Generation G.813 option 1

Optical Path between S and R

Attenuation range 0 to 12 10 to 24 10 to 24 dB

Maximum dispersion *) 74 na 2200 ps/nm

Min. opt. return loss of cable plant at S (incl. na 20 24 dB


conn.)

Max. discrete reflectance between S and R na -25 -27 dB

Receiver at reference

Minimum point R sensitivity at BER = 10-10 -28 -28 -28 dBm

Min. overload -8 -8 -8 dBm

Max. optical path penalty *) 1 1 1 dB

Max. receiver reflectance measured at R na -14 -27 ** dB

Jitter Tolerance G.825

CID Immunity According to Appendix 1 /G.958

Note: *)Information on corresponding values of dispersion versus path penalty


can be made available upon request.

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Transmission The following table describes the transmission characteristics of the SIMX1 mod-
characteristics ules.

Class S-1.1 L-1.1 L-1.2

Specifications according to G.957

Transceivers TR-0001 TR-0002 TR-0003

Parameter Unit

Nominal Bit Rate 155520 kbit/s

Transmitter at reference point S

Source Type MLM MLM SLM

Wavelength range 1261-1360 1263-1360 1480-1580 nm

- max. RMS width 7.7 3 na nm

- max. -20 dB width na na 1 nm

- min. SMSR na na 30 dB

Mean launched power range -15 to -8 -5 to 0 -5 to 0 dBm

Min. extinction ratio 8.2 10 10 dB

Pulse Mask According to Fig.2/ITU-T G.957

Jitter Generation (EN300462-5) HP 12 kHz 0.01 UIrms /G.783


BP 500 Hz to 1.3 MHz 0.5 UIPP /EN 300462-5
BP 65 kHz to 1.3 MHz 0.1 UIPP /EN 300462-5

Optical Path between S and R

Attenuation range 0 to 12 10 to 28 10 to 28 dB

Maximum dispersion *) 96 246 na ps/nm

Min. opt. return loss of cable plant at S (incl. na na 20 dB


conn.)

Max. discrete reflectance between S and R na na -25 dB

Receiver at reference

Minimum point R sensitivity at BER = 10-10 -28 -34 -34 dBm

Min. overload -8 -10 -10 dBm

Max. optical path penalty *) 1 1 1 dB

Max. receiver reflectance measured at R na na -25 dB

Jitter Tolerance Figure 2/ ITU-T G.825

CID Immunity According to Appendix 1 /G.958

Note: *)Information on corresponding values of dispersion versus path penalty


can be made available upon request.

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Optical connectors The optical connector type is LC

Dimensions The dimensions of the SIMX1/4 module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 20 mm 170 mm

Weight The weight of the SIMX1/4 module is approximately 0.42 kg.

Power consumption The maximum power consumption of the SIMX1/4 module is 18 W.


The maximum power consumption of the SIMX1/4 module with transceivers is 22
W.

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13.3.5 Synchronization Interface

Reference input Specification of external 2.048 MHz/2Mbit/s reference timing input.

Parameter Reference 2.048 Mbit/s 2.048 MHz

Frequency 2.048 MHz ± 20 ppm (as output)

Code G.703 HDB3 CLK

Jitter and Wander toler- EN 300 462-5 Figure 3 to 6


ance G.813 option 1 Figure 5 to 7 and 9

Return loss G.703 For both 75 and 120 ohm For both 75 and 120 ohm
>12 dB @ 51 - 102 kHz >15 dB @ 2048 kHz
>18 dB @ 102 - 2048 kHz
>14 dB @ 2048 - 3072 kHz

√f attenuation G.703 0- 6 dB @ 1024 kHz 0- 6 dB @ 2048 kHz

SIR (Signal to Interfer- G.703 18 dB


ence Ratio)

Grounding of outer con- G.703 Always connected to ground.


ductor or screen

Reference output Specification of external 2.048 MHz/2Mbit/s reference timing output.

Parameter Reference 2.048 Mbit/s 2.048 MHz

Frequency 2.048 MHz ± 4.6 ppm

Code G.703 HDB3 CLK

Mask G.703 75 ohm: 2.37 Vpo ± 10% 75 ohm: 0.75 - 1.5 Vpo
120 ohm: 3.0 Vpo ± 10% 120 ohm: 1.0 - 1.9 Vpo

Jitter generation EN 300 462-5 0.05 UIPP @ 20 Hz - 100 kHz


G.813 option 1

Return loss EN 300 166 For both 75 and 120 ohm


>6 dB @ 51 - 102 kHz
>8 dB @ 102 - 3072 kHz

Voltage at squelch < 40 mVpo @ 50 kHz to 6144


kHz

Grounding of outer con- G.703 Always connected to ground.


ductor or screen

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13.3.6 Synchronization Functions

Synchronization function in Specification of the synchronization function in reference locked mode.


reference locked mode

Parameter Reference SETG output

Locking performance

Capture range G.813, EN 300 462-5 minimum ± 4.6 ppm

Lock range (frequency range ± 4.6 ppm


where locked is maintained)

Jitter and Wander tolerance EN 300 462-5 EN 300 462-5 figure 3 to 6


G.813 option 1 figure 5-7 The maximum permitted peak-to-peak sinusoi-
and 9 dal jitter, when applied on the synchronization
interfaces, shall not make the SEC loose track-
ing.

Phase stability TDEV MRTIE (ns)

Ideal Operation EN 300 462-5 figure 1 and 0.1 <S< 25s 32[ns] 0.1 <S< 1s 40ns
2
25<S< 100s 1 <S< 100s 40xS0.2 [ns]
G.813 option 1 figure 1 and
2 0.64xS0.5 [ns]
100 <S<1000s
100 <S<1000s 25.25xS0.2[ns]
6.4[ns]

Stressed operation (Phase tran- G.813 - According to figure12


sient)
EN 300 462-5 According to figure 7
-

Change of clock source EN 300417-1 The change-over of synchronization from one


source to another (each traceable to the same
PRC) shall be performed so that the resultant
. frequency/phase change is compliant with the
MRTIE mask (constraint by disturbances) giv-
en in EN 300 462-5.
The transition between synchronization sources
may introduce a phase transient which may re-
sult in the generation of AU/TU pointer adjust-
ments but should not introduce bit errors
Jitter

Jitter transfer function EN 300 462-5 Gain < 0.2 dB


G.813 option 1
Clock bandwidth 1 to 10 Hz

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Synchronization function in Specification of the synchronization function in holdover mode.


holdover mode

Parameter Reference SETG output

Frequency Stability

Memorized frequency resolu- 0.025 ppm


tion

Frequency offset EN 300 462-5 ± 4.6 ppm end of life


G.813 option 1

Frequency offset on entry into EN 300 462-5 ± 0.05 ppm


holdover. G.813 option 1

Frequency drift over tempera- EN 300 462-5 ± 2.0 ppm


ture G.813 option 1
Phase stability MRTIE

Long term phase transient re- EN 300 462-5 figure 8


sponse with constant temp. G.813 option 1 figure 14

Synchronization function in Specification of the synchronization function in free-running mode.


free-running mode

Parameter Reference SETG output

Frequency Stability

Frequency offset ± 4.6 ppm for approximately 10 years.


A software option will allow in system recali-
bration.

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13.4 SDH Interface Module Optical - SIM1/4

In this section This section includes information on the SIM1/4. The following topics are includ-
ed:
• ‘13.4.1 Front Layout’ on page 128
• ‘13.4.2 Logistics’ on page 128
• ‘13.4.3 LED’ on page 129
• ‘13.4.4 Functional Description’ on page 129
• ‘13.4.5 Specifications’ on page 131

13.4.1 Front Layout

SIM1/4 module front layout The figure shows the front layout of the SIM1/4 module.

13.4.2 Logistics

SIM1/4 ordering numbers The ordering numbers of SIM1/4 aggregate module and transceivers are listed in
the following table.

Ordering Number Description

CM3930-A SIM1/4 (SDH optical I/F module)

TR-0001 Transceiver S-1.1 (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0002 Transceiver L-1.1 (SFP with LC connectors)

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Ordering Number Description

TR-0003 Transceiver L-1.2 (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0004 Transceiver S-4.1 (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0005 Transceiver L-4.1 (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0006 Transceiver L-4.2 (SFP with LC connectors)

13.4.3 LED

LED on the front The SIM1/4 modules have a red/green status LED on the front. The function of the
LED is explained in ‘13.1 LEDs on Modules’ on page 109.

13.4.4 Functional Description

Overall SIM1/4 function The SIM1/4 module provides either one optical STM-4 or up to four optical STM-
1 interfaces.

Module versions The module is available in different versions determined by the type of optical in-
terface.

Circuits The module comprises the following circuits:


• Line interface
• Overhead access
• Local control

Module versions The module is available in different versions determined by the type of optical
transceiver.

Transceivers The module has four cages for optical SFP transceivers. For an STM-4 interface
the cage at the top is used. The cages can also be used for up to 4 for STM-1 inter-
faces.

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SIM1/4 module block The figure shows a simplified block diagram of the SIM1/4 module.
diagram

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13.4.5 Specifications

Transmission The following table describes the transmission characteristics of the SIM4 mod-
characteristics ules.

Class S-4.1 L-4.1 L-4.2

Specifications according to G.957

Transceivers TR-0004 TR-0005 TR-0006

Parameter Unit

Nominal Bit Rate 622080 ± 20 ppm kbit/s

Transmitter at reference point S

Source Type MLM SLM SLM

Wavelength range 1274-1356 1280-1335 1480-1580 nm

- max. RMS width 2.5 na na nm

- max. -20 dB width na 1 1 nm

- min. SMSR na 30 30 dB

Mean launched power range -15 to -8 -3 to +2 -3 to +2 dBm

Min. extinction ratio 8.2 10 10 dB

Pulse Mask According to Fig.2/G.957

Jitter Generation G.813 option 1

Optical Path between S and R

Attenuation range 0 to 12 10 to 24 10 to 24 dB

Maximum dispersion *) 74 na 2200 ps/nm

Min. opt. return loss of cable plant at S (incl. na 20 24 dB


conn.)

Max. discrete reflectance between S and R na -25 -27 dB

Receiver at reference

Minimum point R sensitivity at BER = 10-10 -28 -28 -28 dBm

Min. overload -8 -8 -8 dBm

Max. optical path penalty *) 1 1 1 dB

Max. receiver reflectance measured at R na -14 -27 ** dB

Jitter Tolerance G.825

CID Immunity According to Appendix 1 /G.958

Note: *)Information on corresponding values of dispersion versus path penalty


can be made available upon request.

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Transmission The following table describes the transmission characteristics of the SIM1 mod-
characteristics ules.

Class S-1.1 L-1.1 L-1.2

Specifications according to G.957

Transceivers TR-0001 TR-0002 TR-0003

Parameter Unit

Nominal Bit Rate 155520 kbit/s

Transmitter at reference point S

Source Type MLM MLM SLM

Wavelength range 1261-1360 1263-1360 1480-1580 nm

- max. RMS width 7.7 3 na nm

- max. -20 dB width na na 1 nm

- min. SMSR na na 30 dB

Mean launched power range -15 to -8 -5 to 0 -5 to 0 dBm

Min. extinction ratio 8.2 10 10 dB

Pulse Mask According to Fig.2/ G.957

Jitter Generation G.813 option 1

Optical Path between S and R

Attenuation range 0 to 12 10 to 28 10 to 28 dB

Maximum dispersion *) 96 246 na ps/nm

Min. opt. return loss of cable plant at S (incl. na na 20 dB


conn.)

Max. discrete reflectance between S and R na na -25 dB

Receiver at reference

Minimum point R sensitivity at BER = 10-10 -28 -34 -34 dBm

Min. overload -8 -10 -10 dBm

Max. optical path penalty *) 1 1 1 dB

Max. receiver reflectance measured at R na na -25 dB

Jitter Tolerance G.825

CID Immunity According to Appendix 1 /G.958

Note: *)Information on corresponding values of dispersion versus path penalty


can be made available upon request.

Optical connectors The optical connector type is LC

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Dimensions The dimensions of the SIM1/4 module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 15 mm 170 mm

Weight The weight of the SIM1/4 module is approximately 0.33 kg.

Power consumption The maximum power consumption of the SIM1/4 module is 5 W.


The maximum power consumption of the SIM1/4 module with transceivers is 9 W.

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13.5 SDH Interface Module Electrical - SIM1

In this section This section includes information on the SIM1 module. The following topics are
included:
• ‘13.5.1 Front Layout’ on page 134
• ‘13.5.2 Logistics’ on page 134
• ‘13.5.3 LED’ on page 135
• ‘13.5.4 Functional Description’ on page 135
• ‘13.5.5 Specifications’ on page 136

13.5.1 Front Layout

SIM1 module front layout The figure shows the front layout of the SIM1 module.

13.5.2 Logistics

SIM1 ordering numbers The ordering number of the SIM1 aggregate modules is listed in the following ta-
ble.

Ordering Number Description

CM3931-A SIM1 (SDH electrical I/F module)

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13.5.3 LED

LED on the front The SIM1 modules have a red/green status LED on the front. The function of the
LED is explained in ‘13.1 LEDs on Modules’ on page 109.

13.5.4 Functional Description

Overall LI1 function The SIM1 module provides four electrical STM-1 interfaces.

Circuits The module comprises the following circuits:


• Line interface
• Overhead access
• Local control

SIM1 module block The figure shows a simplified block diagram of the SIM1 module.
diagram

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13.5.5 Specifications

STM-1 input ports Specification of electrical input ports at reference point ER

Parameter STM-1 port

Interface Coaxial Pair (75 Ohm)

Bit rate 155.520 Mbit/s ± 20 ppm

Code CMI

Jitter and wander tolerance Figure 2 /G.825

Over voltage protection Annex B / G.703

Return loss ≥ 15 dB @ 8-240 MHz

Input impedance 75 Ohm

√f attenuation 12.7 dB @ 77.760 MHz

SIR na

Grounding of outer conductor / Only connection of outer conductor to ground is


screen supported.

STM-1 output ports Specification of electrical output ports at reference point ES

Parameter STM-1 port

Interface Coaxial Pair (75 Ohm)

Bit rate 155.520 Mbit/s ± 20 ppm

Code CMI

Jitter generation 0.5 UIPP 500 Hz - 1.3 MHz


0.1 UIPP 65 kHz - 1.3 MHz

Over voltage protection Annex B / G.703

Return loss ≥ 15 dB @ 8-240 MHz

Peak volt. mark space 1.00 VPP ± 10%

Pulse shape Figure 24-25 /G.703

Dimensions The dimensions of the SIM1 module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 15 mm 170 mm

Weight The weight of the SIM1 module is approximately 0.31 kg.

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Power consumption The maximum power consumption of the SIM1 module is 6 W.

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13.6 2 Mbit/s Tributary Extension Module - TEX1, TEX1P, TEX1Pm

In this section This section includes information on the 2 Mbit/s Tributary Extension Module -
TEX1, TEX1P, TEX1Pm. The following topics are included:
• ‘13.6.1 Front Layout’ on page 138
• ‘13.6.2 Logistics’ on page 138
• ‘13.6.3 LED’ on page 139
• ‘13.6.4 Functional Description’ on page 139
• ‘13.6.5 Specifications’ on page 142

13.6.1 Front Layout

TEX1, TEX1P, TEX1Pm The figure shows the front layout of the TEX1, TEX1P, TEX1Pm modules.
module front layout

13.6.2 Logistics

TEX1, TEX1P and The ordering numbers of TEX1, TEX1P and TEX1Pm modules are listed in the
TEX1Pm ordering numbers following table.

Ordering Number Description

CM33120122 TEX1, 21 x 2 Mbit/s (E12) tributary, 75 Ohm

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Ordering Number Description

CM33120123 TEX1 Resync, 21 x 2 Mbit/s (E12) tributary, Resync, 75


Ohm

CM33120124 TEX1, 21 x 2 Mbit/s (E12) tributary, 120 Ohm

CM33120125 TEX1 Resync, 21 x 2 Mbit/s (E12) tributary, Resync, 120


Ohm

CM33120502 TEX1P, 21 x 2 Mbit/s tributary, 75 Ohm

CM33120504 TEX1P, 21 x 2 Mbit/s tributary, 120 Ohm

CM33120702 TEX1Pm, Used with performance monitoring, 21 x 2 Mbit/s


tributary, 75 Ohm

CM33120703 TEX1Pm Resync, Used with performance monitoring, 21 x 2


Mbit/s tributary, Resync, 75 Ohm

CM33120704 TEX1Pm, Used with performance monitoring, 21 x 2 Mbit/s


tributary, 120 Ohm

CM33120705 TEX1Pm Resync, Used with performance monitoring, 21 x 2


Mbit/s tributary, Resync, 120 Ohm

13.6.3 LED

LED on the front The TEX1 modules have a red status LED on the front. The function of the LED is
explained in ‘13.1 LEDs on Modules’ on page 109.

13.6.4 Functional Description

Overall function The Tributary Extension module TEX1 provides 21 x 2 Mbit/s tributary interfaces

Module versions The module is available in different versions:


• TEX1

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• TEX1P
Supports 1:N protection
• TEX1Pm
Supports 1:N protection and is provided with monitoring function.
• Resync
TEX resync has the capability of resynchronising the outgoing plesiochronous
2 Mbit/s signals to a 2 MHz clock derived from the internal system clock (T0).
It contains a two-frame buffer to absorb wander for each 2 Mbit/s output. If
wander or frequency differences between SDH frequency T0 and 2 Mbit/s sig-
nals causes a phase variation of 125 µs a well defined 2 Mbit/s frame slip will
occur (32 bytes). The resynchronisation function will look for frame informa-
tion in the 2 Mbit/s signal and insert AIS upon LOF. Recalculation of a possible
CRC-4 is not performed upon a frame slip.
• Monitoring function
TEX1Pm monitor function has the capability of monitoring the 2 Mbit PDH
signals. In FP2.0 PDH monitoring and AIS detection is included.

Circuits The module comprises the following circuits:


• Tributary
• Overhead access
• Local control

TEX1P, TEX1Pm module The figure shows a simplified block diagram of the TEX1, TEX1P, TEX1Pm mod-
block diagram ule.

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Note: The dotted monitor function is a part of the TEX1Pm module.

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13.6.5 Specifications

PDH input ports Specification of electrical input ports at reference point ER

Parameter PDH tributary ports

2 Mbit/s

Interface Coaxial Pair (75 Ohm) Symmetrical pair (120 Ohm)

Bit rate 2.048 Mbit/s ± 50 ppm

Code HDB3

Jitter and wander Figure 13 /G.823


tolerance

Over voltage protec- Annex B / G.703


tion

Return loss ≥ 12 dB @ 51-102 kHz


≥ 18 dB @ 102-2048 kHz
≥ 14 dB @ 2048-3072 kHz

Input impedance 75 Ohm 120 Ohm

√f attenuation 6 dB @ 1.024 MHz

SIR 18 dB

Grounding of outer Only connection of outer conductor to ground is supported.


conductor / screen

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PDH output ports Specification of electrical output ports at reference point ES

Parameter PDH tributary ports

2 Mbit/s

Interface Coaxial Pair Symmetrical pair (120 Ohm)


(75 Ohm)

Bit rate 2.048 Mbit/s ± 50 ppm

Code HDB3

Jitter generation Mapping:


20 Hz - 100 kHz: 0.25 UIPP
700 Hz - 100 kHz: 0.075 UIPP
Combined:
20 Hz - 100 kHz: 0.4 UIPP
700 Hz - 100 kHz: 0.075 UIPP

Over voltage protec- Annex B / G.703


tion

Return loss 0 dB ≥ 10 dB @ 50-3000 kHz

Peak volt. mark 2.37 VP ± 10% 3.00 VP ± 10%


space 0 ± 0.237 V 0 ± 0.3 V

Pulse shape Table 6 /G.703, Figure 15 /G.703

Dimensions The dimensions of the TEX1, TEX1Pm modules are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 15 mm 170 mm

Weight The weight of the TEX1P, TEX1Pm module is approximately 0.39 kg.

Power consumption The maximum power consumption is listed in the table.

Module Power Consumption

TEX1 7.5 W

TEX1P 8.8 W

TEX1PM 9.25 W

TEX1PMR 10.25 W

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13.7 34/45 Mbit/s Tributary Extension Module - TEX33, TEXDS33

In this section This section includes information on the 34/45 Mbit/s Tributary Extension Module
- TEX33, TEXDS33. The following topics are included:
• ‘13.7.1 Front Layout’ on page 144
• ‘13.7.2 Logistics’ on page 144
• ‘13.7.3 LED’ on page 145
• ‘13.7.4 Functional Description’ on page 145
• ‘13.7.5 Specifications’ on page 147

13.7.1 Front Layout

TEX33, TEXDS33 module The figure shows the front layout of the TEX33, TEXDS33 module.
front layout

13.7.2 Logistics

TEX33, TEXDS33 ordering The ordering numbers of TEX33, TEXDS33 modules are listed in the following ta-
numbers ble.

Ordering Number Description

CM331500112 TEX33, 3 x 34 Mbit/s tributary

CM331504102 TEXDS33, 3 x 45 Mbit/s tributary

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13.7.3 LED

LED on the front The TEX33 modules have a red status LED on the front. The function of the LED
is explained in ‘13.1 LEDs on Modules’ on page 109.

13.7.4 Functional Description

Overall function The Tributary Extension module TEX33 provides three 34 Mbit/s tributary inter-
faces. The Tributary Extension module TEXDS33 provides three 45 Mbit/s tribu-
tary interfaces.

Module versions The module is available in different versions:


• TEX33
• TEXDS33

Circuits The module comprises the following circuits:


• Tributary
• Overhead access
• Local control

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TEX33, TEXDS33 module The figure shows a simplified block diagram of the TEX33, TEX33DS module.
block diagram

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13.7.5 Specifications

STM-1 and PDH input ports Specification of electrical input ports at reference point ER

Parameter

34 Mbit/s 45 Mbit/s

Interface Coaxial Pair (75 Ohm) Coaxial Pair (75 Ohm)

Bit rate 34.368 Mbit/s ± 20 ppm 44.736 Mbit/s ± 20 ppm

Code HDB3 B3ZS

Jitter and wander toler- Figure 15 /G.823 Table 2 /G.824


ance TR-TSY-000499 Cat.2

Over voltage protec- Annex B / G.703


tion

Return loss ≥ 12 dB @ 860-1720 kHz


≥ 18 dB @ 1720-34368 kHz
≥ 14 dB @ 34368-51550 kHz

Input impedance 75 Ohm 75 Ohm

√f attenuation 12 dB @ 17.184 MHz Cable: 0-135 m WECO


728A coaxial or equiv.

SIR 20 dB

Grounding of outer Only connection of outer conductor to ground is support-


conductor / screen ed.

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STM-1 and PDH output Specification of electrical output ports at reference point ES
ports

Parameter 34 Mbit/s 45 Mbit/s

Interface Coaxial Pair (75 Ohm) Coaxial Pair (75 Ohm)

Bit rate 34.368 Mbit/s ± 20 ppm 44.736 Mbit/s ± 20 ppm

Code HDB3 B3ZS

Jitter genera- Mapping: ANSI T1-105/T1.102


tion 100 Hz - 800 kHz : 0.25 UIPP Mapping A0:
10 kHz - 800 kHz : 0.075 UIPP 10 Hz - 400 kHz : 0.4 UIPP
Combined, pointer seq. BDE: 30 kHz - 400 kHz : 0.1 UIPP
100 Hz - 800 kHz : 0.4 UIPP Combined, pointer seq. A1:
10 kHz - 800 kHz : 0.075 UIPP A0 + 0.3 UIPP
Combined, pointer seq. C: Combined, pointer seq. A2, A5: 1.3
100 Hz - 800 kHz : 0.75 UIPP UIPP
10 kHz - 800 kHz : 0.075 UIPP Combined, pointer seq. A3: 1.2 UIPP
Combined, pointer seq. A4: 1.0 UIPP

Over voltage Annex B / G.703


protection

Return loss 6 dB @ 860-1720 kHz


8 dB @ 1720-51550 kHz

Peak volt. mark 1.00 VP ± 10 % 0.36 to 0.85 VP


space 0 ± 0.1 V 0 V ± 3% of Vp

Pulse shape Table 6 /G.703, Figure 17 /G.703 Figure 4/ANSI T1.102

Dimensions The dimensions of the TEX33, TEXDS33 module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 15 mm 170 mm

Weight The weight of the TEX33, TEXDS33 module is approximately 0.37 kg.

Power consumption The maximum power consumption is listed in the table.

Module Power Consumption

TEX33, TEXDS33 9W

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13.8 Tributary Interface Protection- TIP33

In this section This section includes information on the Tributary Interface Protection- TIP33.
The following topics are included:
• ‘13.8.1 Front Layout’ on page 149
• ‘13.8.2 Logistics’ on page 149
• ‘13.8.3 Functional Description’ on page 150
• ‘13.8.4 Specifications’ on page 151

13.8.1 Front Layout

TIP33 module front layout The figure shows the front layout of the TIP33 module.

13.8.2 Logistics

TIP33 ordering number The ordering number of TIP33 module is listed in the following table.

Ordering Number Description

CM3906-A TIP33, 34/45 Mbit/s (E31/E32) tributary protection


module (for TEX33/TEXDS33)

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13.8.3 Functional Description

Introduction The TIP33 module can be used for protection against drop out of
TEX33/TEXDS33 modules. The principle used is a 1+1 protection of the two
TEX33/TEXDS33 modules running in parallel, having the same data as input.
One output from the TEX33/TEXDS33 modules is switched to the TIP33 output.

Functions The main functions for the TIP33 module are:


• Determination of working and protection TEX33/TEXDS33 modules.
• Switching of tributary signal to the active TEX33/TEXDS33 module.

Selection criteria The control of the TIP33 selector is done by the CMCC module. The following ta-
ble lists the three possibilities.

When Switch to:

Working module is not present protection module

Working module is not working properly

Working module is working properly working module

TIP33 module block The figure shows a simplified block diagram of the TIP33 module.
diagram

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13.8.4 Specifications

Dimensions The dimensions of the TIP33 module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 15 mm 170 mm

Weight The weight of the TIP33 module is approximately 0.30 kg.

Power consumption The maximum power consumption of the TIP33 module is 2 W.

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13.9 Ethernet Tributary Extension Module - ETEX2M/S

In this section This section includes information on the Ethernet Tributary Extension module -
ETEX2M/S. The following topics are included:
• ‘13.9.1 Front Layout’ on page 152
• ‘13.9.2 Logistics’ on page 152
• ‘13.9.3 LEDs’ on page 153
• ‘13.9.4 Functional Description’ on page 154
• ‘13.9.5 Specifications’ on page 156

13.9.1 Front Layout

ETEX2M/S module front The figure shows the front layout of the ETEX2M/S module.
layout

The function of the red/green status LEDs is explained in ‘13.1 LEDs on Modules’
on page 109.

13.9.2 Logistics

ETEX2M/S ordering The ordering numbers of the ETEX2M/S module and transceivers are listed in the
numbers following table.

Ordering Number Description

CM3955-A ETEX2M (2 x Optical GbE)

CM3952-A ETEX2S (2 x Optical GbE with L2 switch)

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Ordering Number Description

TR-0011 Transceiver 1000BASE-SX (SFP with LC connectors)

TR-0012 Transceiver 1000BASE-LX (SFP with LC connectors)

13.9.3 LEDs

LEDs The figure below shows the LED and connectors on the circuit board of the
ETEX2M/S module.

The function of the LEDs are described in the following table.

No. LED Color Function/Indication Comment

1 Green Activity Channel 1

2 Green Link

3 Green Activity Channel 2

4 Green Link

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13.9.4 Functional Description

Overall function The Ethernet Tributary Extension module ETEX2 provides two optical
1000BASE-LX/SX interfaces. This makes it possible to interconnect for instance
two Ethernet routers via an SDH core network.
Furthermore the module contains a layer 2 MAC switch as well as MPLS switch
capabilities.

Module versions The module is available in two different versions:


• ETEX2M is a mapping-only module. The module maps Ethernet MAC frames
into SDH VC-x paths.
• ETEX2S is a switching and mapping module. Besides mapping Ethernet MAC
frames into SDH VC-x paths, the module is capable of switching Ethernet or
MPLS frames between module ports.

Functions for ETEX2M The ETEX2M module has two independent interfaces. Each interface comprises:
module
• 1 Gbit/s Media Access Control (MAC) function
• encapsulation using GFP, LAPS or LAPF
• transportation in:
• VC-12-xv, using LCAS (x = 1 to 64) or VC-12-mc (proprietary)
• VC-3-xv, using LCAS (x = 1 to 12) or VC-12-mc (proprietary)
• VC-4-xv, using LCAS (x = 1 to 4) or VC-12-mc (proprietary)

Functions for ETEX2S The ETEX2S module has two independent interfaces. Each interface comprises:
module
• 1 Gbit/s Media Access Control (MAC) function
• encapsulation using GFP, LAPS or LAPF
• transportation in:
• VC-12-xv, using LCAS (x = 1 to 64) or VC-12-mc (proprietary)
• VC-3-xv, using LCAS (x = 1 to 12) or VC-12-mc (proprietary)
• VC-4-xv, using LCAS (x = 1 to 4) or VC-12-mc (proprietary)
• Performance reporting for Ethernet layer 1 and 2 services.
• Layer 2 MAC switch.
• Layer 2 MPLS switch including Quality of Service.
• Layer 2 Point-to-point services with minimum guaranteed bandwidth and
maximum burst bandwidth.

Optical interfaces The optical interfaces are available from the optical SFP transceivers on the board.

ETEX2M/S module block The figure shows a simplified block diagram of the ETEX2M/S module.
diagram

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13.9.5 Specifications

Optical ports 1000BASE- The 1000BASE-SX interfaces are according to IEEE802.3 and are provided with
SX LC connectors.

Description 62.5 µm MMF 50 µm MMF Unit

Transmitter

Transmitter type Shortwave laser

Signalling speed (range) 1.25 ± 100 ppm GBd

Wavelength (λ, range) 770 to 860 nm

Trise/Tfall (max: 20% - 80%, λ > 830 nm) 0.26 ns

Trise/Tfall (max: 20% - 80%, λ < 830 nm) 0.21 ns

RMS spectral width (max) 0.85 nm

Average launch power (max) 0 dBm

Average launch power (min) -9.5 dBm

Average launch power of OFF transmitter (max) -30 dBm

Extinction ratio (min) 9 dB

RIN (max) -117 dB/Hz

Coupled Power Ratio (CPR) (min) 9 < CPR dB


Receiver

Signalling speed (range) 1.25 ± 100 ppm GBd

Wavelength (λ, range) 770 to 860 nm

Average receive power (max) 0 dBm

Receive sensitivity -17 dBm

Return loss (min) 12 dB

Stressed receive sensitivity -12.5 -13.5 dBm

Vertical eye-closure penalty 2.60 2.20 dB

Receive electrical 3 dB upper cutoff frequency (max) 1500 MHz

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Optical ports 1000BASE- The 1000BASE-LX interfaces are according to IEEE802.3 and are provided with
LX LC connectors.

Description 62.5 µm MMF 50 µm MMF 10 µm SMF Unit

Transmitter

Transmitter type Longwave laser

Signalling speed (range) 1.25 ± 100 ppm GBd

Wavelength (λ, range) 1270 to 1355 nm

Trise/Tfall (max: 20% - 80% response time) 0.26 ns

RMS spectral width (max) 4 nm

Average launch power (max) -3 dBm

Average launch power (min) -11.5 -11.5 -11.0 dBm

Average launch power of OFF transmitter (max) -30 dBm

Extinction ratio (min) 9 dB

RIN (max) -120 dB/Hz

Coupled Power Ratio (CPR) (min) 28 < CPR < 40 12 < CPR < 20 n/a dB
Receiver

Signalling speed (range) 1.25 ± 100 ppm GBd

Wavelength (λ, range) 1270 to 1355 nm

Average receive power (max) -3 dBm

Receive sensitivity -19 dBm

Return loss (min) 12 dB

Stressed receive sensitivity -14.4 dBm

Vertical eye-closure penalty 2.60 dB

Receive electrical 3 dB upper cutoff frequency max. 1500 MHz

Dimensions The dimensions of the ETEX2 module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 35 mm 170 mm

Weight The weight of the ETEX2 module is approximately 0.59 kg.

Power consumption The maximum power consumption of the ETEX2 module is 30 W.


The maximum power consumption of the ETEX2 module with transceivers is 32
W.

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13.10 Ethernet Tributary Extension Module - ETEX4

In this section This section includes information on the Ethernet Tributary Extension module -
ETEX4. The following topics are included:
• ‘13.10.1 Front Layout and LEDs’ on page 158
• ‘13.10.2 Logistics’ on page 159
• ‘13.10.3 Functional Description’ on page 159
• ‘13.10.4 Specifications’ on page 161

13.10.1 Front Layout and LEDs

ETEX4 module front layout The figure shows the front layout of the ETEX4 module.

The function of the LEDs are described in the following table.

No. LED Color Function/Indication Comment

1 Yellow/Green Link Yellow - 10Mbit Channel 1


Link Green - 100 Mbit

2 Green Flashing - Activity

3 Yellow/Green Link Yellow - 10Mbit Channel 2


Link Green - 100 Mbit

4 Green Flashing - Activity

5 Yellow/Green Link Yellow - 10Mbit Channel 3


Link Green - 100 Mbit

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No. LED Color Function/Indication Comment

6 Green Flashing - Activity

7 Yellow/Green Link Yellow - 10Mbit Channel 4


Link Green - 100 Mbit

8 Green Flashing - Activity

The function of the red status LED is explained in ‘13.1 LEDs on Modules’ on
page 109.

13.10.2 Logistics

ETEX4 ordering number The ordering number of the ETEX4 module is listed in the following table.

Ordering Number Description

CM3383-0004-A ETEX4 (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)

CM3905-A I/F Box, Ethernet interface box with four termination con-
nectors.

13.10.3 Functional Description

Overall function The Ethernet Tributary Extension module ETEX4 provides four full duplex
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX interfaces, which makes it possible to interconnect for
instance two Ethernet routers via an SDH core network.

Functions The ETEX4 module has four independent interfaces. Each interface comprises:
• 10/100 Mbit/s Media Access Control (MAC) function
• encapsulation using GFP
• transportation in VC-12-xv, using LCAS (x = 1 to 5).

Electrical interfaces The electrical interfaces are available from the 2 Mbit/s connectors at the SCF, via
an interface box terminated with RJ45 connectors

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ETEX4 module block The figure shows a simplified block diagram of the ETEX4 module.
diagram

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13.10.4 Specifications

Electrical ports Specification of electrical ports.

Parameter 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports

Interface 10BASE-T: 10 Mbps full duplex STP CAT3/5 cable


100BASE-TX: 100 Mbps full duplex STP CAT5 cable

Bit rate 10 Mbit/s ± 100 ppm or


100 Mbit/s ± 100 ppm

Connector RJ45 via ETEX4 interface box (see ‘13.12 Ethernet Inter-
face Box- I/F Box’ on page 168)

Standards 10BASE-T: IEEE 802.3


100BASE-TX: IEEE 802.3

Dimensions The dimensions of the ETEX4 module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 15 mm 170 mm

Weight The weight of the ETEX4 module is approximately 0.34 kg.

Power consumption The maximum power consumption of the ETEX4 module is 10 W.

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13.11 Ethernet Tributary Extension Module - ETEX16M/S

In this section This section includes information on the Ethernet Tributary Extension module -
ETEX16M/S. The following topics are included:
• ‘13.11.1 Front Layout’ on page 162
• ‘13.11.2 Logistics’ on page 162
• ‘13.11.3 LEDs’ on page 163
• ‘13.11.4 Functional Description’ on page 164
• ‘13.11.5 Specifications’ on page 166

13.11.1 Front Layout

ETEX16M/S module front The figure shows the front layout of the ETEX16M/S module.
layout

The function of the red/green status LED is explained in ‘13.1 LEDs on Modules’
on page 109.

13.11.2 Logistics

ETEX16M/S ordering The ordering number of the ETEX16M/S module, transceivers and interface box
numbers are listed in the following table.

Ordering Number Description

CM3954-A ETEX16M (12 x Optical, 4 x Electrical)

CM3951-A ETEX16S (12 x Optical, 4 x Electrical with L2 switch)

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Ordering Number Description

TR-0010 Transceiver 100BASE-FX (SFP with LC connectors)

CM3905-A I/F Box, Ethernet interface box with four termination con-
nectors

13.11.3 LEDs

LEDs The figure below shows the LED of the ETEX16M/S module.

The function of the LEDs are described in the following table.

LED Function/Indication

Electrical channels 1 to 4 (bottom of circuit board)

Green A = Activity

Green L = Link
Optical channels 11 to 16 (top of circuit board)

Green A = Activity

Green L = Link

Note: LEDs for optical Channels 5 to 10 are located at the backside of the circuit
board

Numbering of channels The ETEX16 channels are numbered as follows:


• Electrical interfaces - Channel 1 to 4
• Optical interfaces - Channel 5 (top left) to Channel 10 (bottom left).
• Optical interfaces - Channel 11 (top right) to Channel 16 (bottom right).

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13.11.4 Functional Description

Overall function The Ethernet Tributary Extension module ETEX16 provides 12 optical and 4 elec-
trical 10/100BASE-FX interfaces. This makes it possible to interconnect for in-
stance two Ethernet routers via an SDH core network.

Module versions The module is available in two different versions:


• ETEX16M is a mapping-only module. The module maps Ethernet MAC
frames into SDH VC-x paths.
• ETEX16S is a switching and mapping module. Besides mapping Ethernet
MAC frames into SDH VC-x paths, the module is capable of switching Ether-
net or MPLS frames between module ports.

Functions for ETEX16M The ETEX16M module has sixteen independent interfaces. Each interface com-
module prises:
• 10/100 Mbit/s Media Access Control (MAC) function
• encapsulation using GFP, LAPS or LAPF
• transportation in:
• VC-12-xv, using LCAS (x = 1 to 64) or VC-12-mc (proprietary)
• VC-3-xv, using LCAS (x = 1 to 12) or VC-12-mc (proprietary)
• VC-4-xv, using LCAS (x = 1 to 4) or VC-12-mc (proprietary)

Functions for ETEX16S The ETEX16S module has sixteen independent interfaces. Each interface compris-
module es:
• 10/100 Mbit/s Media Access Control (MAC) function
• encapsulation using GFP, LAPS or LAPF
• transportation in:
• VC-12-xv, using LCAS (x = 1 to 64) or VC-12-mc (proprietary)
• VC-3-xv, using LCAS (x = 1 to 12) or VC-12-mc (proprietary)
• VC-4-xv, using LCAS (x = 1 to 4) or VC-12-mc (proprietary)
• Performance reporting for Ethernet layer 1 and 2 services.
• Layer 2 MAC switch.
• Layer 2 MPLS switch including Quality of Service.
• Layer 2 Point-to-point services with minimum guaranteed bandwidth and
maximum burst bandwidth.

Optical interfaces The optical interfaces are available from the optical SFP transceivers on the board.

Electrical interfaces The electrical interfaces are available from the 2 Mbit/s connectors at the SCF, via
an interface box terminated with RJ45 connectors

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ETEX16M/S module block The figure shows a simplified block diagram of the ETEX16M/S module.
diagram

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13.11.5 Specifications

Electrical ports Specification of electrical ports.

Parameter 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports

Interface 10BASE-T: 10 Mbps full duplex STP CAT3/5 cable


100BASE-TX: 100 Mbps full duplex STP CAT5 cable

Bit rate 10 Mbit/s ± 100 ppm or


100 Mbit/s ± 100 ppm

Connector RJ45 via Ethernet Interface Box (see ‘13.12 Ethernet In-
terface Box- I/F Box’ on page 168)

Standards 10BASE-T: IEEE 802.3


100BASE-TX: IEEE 802.3

Optical ports 100BASE-FX The 100BASE-FX interfaces are according to ANSI INCITS 237-1955 and are
provided with LC connectors.

Description Minimum Maximum Unit

Transmitter

Center wavelength (λ, range) 1270 1380 nm

Spectrum FWHM na 250 nm

Average power -22.0 -14.0 dBm

Trise (10% - 90%) na 4.0 ns

Tfall (90% - 10%) na 4.0 ns

Duty cycle distortion, peak-peak 0.0 1.0 ns

Data dependent jitter, peak-peak 0.0 0.6 ns

Random jitter, peak-peak 0.0 0.76 ns

Extinction ratio (min) 0.0 10.0 %


Receiver

Center wavelength (λ, range) 1270 1380 nm

Average power -29.0 -14.0 dBm

Trise (10% - 90%) na 4.5 ns

Tfall (90% - 10%) na 4.5 ns

Duty cycle distortion, peak-peak 0.0 1.0 ns

Data dependent jitter, peak-peak 0.0 0.6 ns

Random jitter, peak-peak 0.0 0.76 ns

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Dimensions The dimensions of the ETEX16 module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 35 mm 170 mm

Weight The weight of the ETEX16 module is approximately 0.74 kg.

Power consumption The maximum power consumption of the ETEX16 module is 30 W.


The maximum power consumption of the ETEX16 module with transceivers is 42
W.

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13.12 Ethernet Interface Box- I/F Box

In this section This section includes information on the Ethernet Interface Box - I/F Box. The fol-
lowing topics are included:
• ‘13.12.1 Front Layout’ on page 168
• ‘13.12.2 Logistics’ on page 168
• ‘13.12.3 LEDs’ on page 169
• ‘13.12.4 Functional Description’ on page 169
• ‘13.12.5 Specifications’ on page 169

13.12.1 Front Layout

Ethernet interface box front The figure shows the front layout of the Ethernet Interface Box.
layout

13.12.2 Logistics

Ethernet interface box The ordering number of the Ethernet Interface Box is listed in the following table.
ordering number
Ordering Number Description

CM3905-A I/F Box, Ethernet interface box with four termination con-
nectors

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13.12.3 LEDs

LEDs The function of the LEDs are described in the following table.

LED Function/Indication

Green (Link) Link 10/100 Mbit

Green (Act.) Flashing - Activity

13.12.4 Functional Description

Function The Ethernet Interface box terminates the electrical interface signal from the ETEX
modules available at the TRIB connectors on the SCF into four RJ45 connectors.
A standard cable suitable for a RJ-45 connector with an MDI type 10BASE-
T/100BASE-TX connection is used for the Ethernet connection.
When working with ETEX4 modules, use a crossed cable when interfacing to a
PC/workstation or another Ethernet and a straight cable when interfacing to a rout-
er/hub or switch.
Note: ETEX16 modules have auto MDI/MDIX

13.12.5 Specifications

Dimensions The dimensions of the Interface Box are as follows:

Height Width Depth

123 mm 25 mm 35 mm

Weight The weight of the Interface Box is approximately 110 g.

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13.13 Extension Module - EXT16

In this section This section includes information on the Extension Module - EXT16. The follow-
ing topics are included:
• ‘13.13.1 Front Layout and LEDs’ on page 170
• ‘13.13.2 Logistics’ on page 171
• ‘13.13.3 Functional Description’ on page 171
• ‘13.13.4 Specifications’ on page 173

13.13.1 Front Layout and LEDs

EXT16 module front layout The figure shows the front layout of the EXT16 module.

The function of the LEDs are described in the following table.

No. LED Color Function/Indication Comment

1 Red/Green Status The function of the LED is ex-


plained in ‘13.1 LEDs on Mod-
ules’ on page 109.

2 Green Constantly green Module is the active SIMX16

Flashing green Module is the standby SIMX16

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13.13.2 Logistics

EXT16 ordering number The ordering number of EXT16 module is listed in the following table.

Ordering Number Description

CM3908-A EXT16, Module for extension subrack with SDH and


PDH modules.

TR-0011 Transceiver 1000BASE-SX (SFP with LC connectors)

13.13.3 Functional Description

EXT16 function The EXT16 module is used to interconnect additional subracks to the SIMX mod-
ule in the main subrack.
The SIMX module is prepared for three SFP transceivers. Each transceiver can
connect a bandwidth of four STM-1 equivalents to an EXT16 module in the tribu-
tary subrack.
This makes it possible to connect up to three tributary subracks to the main subrack.
Alternatively all 12 STM-1 equivalents can be used between the main subrack and
a single tributary subrack.

Circuits The EXT16 module comprises the following circuits:


• Cross-connect
• Synchronization
• Optical expansion
• Local control
• Local power supply

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EXT16 module block The figure shows a simplified block diagram of the EXT16 module.
diagram

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13.13.4 Specifications

Dimensions The dimensions of the EXT16 module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 20 mm 170 mm

Weight The weight of the EXT16 module is approximately 0.42 kg.

Power consumption The maximum power consumption of the EXT16 module is 18 W.


The maximum power consumption of the EXT16 module with transceivers is 22
W.

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13.14 Central Management and Communications Control - CMCC

In this section This section includes information on the Central Management and Communica-
tions Control module - CMCC. The following topics are included:
• ‘13.14.1 Logistics’ on page 174
• ‘13.14.2 Front Layout, LEDs and Switches’ on page 175
• ‘13.14.3 Functional Description’ on page 177
• ‘13.14.4 Specifications’ on page 178

13.14.1 Logistics

CMCC ordering number The ordering number of the CMCC module is shown in the following table.

Ordering Number Description

CM3901-A CMCC central management and communications con-


trol module

Embedded software The ordering number of the embedded software for the DXX 6340 node is shown
ordering number in the following table.

Ordering Number Description

SW6340-M040M300 6340 ESW MAIN SUBRACK, FP4.0, FLASH-CARD

SW6340-T040M300 6340 ESW TRIB SUBRACK, FP4.0, FLASH-CARD

SW6340-0040M200 6340 ESW, FP4.0, CD-ROM

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13.14.2 Front Layout, LEDs and Switches

Function of the switches The figure below shows the front layout of the CMCC, including the switch and
and LEDs on the front LEDs.

The function of the LEDs1 to 8 are described in the following table.

No. LED Color Function/Indication Indication on Front Cover

Alarm LEDs

1 Red Indicates a critical rack Rack A


alarm

2 Yellow Indicates a major rack Rack B


alarm

3 Yellow Indicates a remind rack Rack R


alarm

5 Red Indicates a critical local System A


system alarm

6 Yellow Indicates a major local System B


system alarm

7 Yellow Indicates a minor local System R


system alarm

8 Yellow Indicates a warning local System W


system alarm

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The function of the LEDs 4 and 9 are described in the following table.

No. LED Color Function/Indication State

Status LED

4 Green/Red The function of the status LED is explained in ‘13.1 LEDs


on Modules’ on page 109.
Link LED

9 Green Constantly green Ethernet link 1, 2 and 3

The function of the switches is described in the following table.

No. Switch Function

10 ACK When the button is pushed, the current rack alarm will be
acknowledged.

11 CMCC Reset button

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13.14.3 Functional Description

Function The CMCC forms the hardware platform for the management system. It provides
interfaces for Craft, System Alarms and interfaces for system service.
It performs configuration management, performance management, fault manage-
ment and communication functions via external and internal system interfaces.

CMCC module block The figure shows a simplified block diagram of the CMCC module.
diagram

Embedded software for The CMCC module holds the application software for the whole network element
network elements in a non-volatile storage medium.
All other modules will load software from the CMCC module.
The hardware and the embedded application software are regarded as separate
items and in the ordering situation both items must be purchased to obtain an op-
erational system.

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13.14.4 Specifications

Management protocol Specification of the management protocol stack.


stack
F-Interface Ethernet ECC Channels

Connection type co co/cl co/cl

Layer

Application LMIP *) LMIP *) LMIP *)

Presentation

Session

Transport NTH*) TP4: TP4:


X.224, X.214 (class 4) X.224, X.214 (class 4)
(ISO 8073) (ISO 8073)

Network CLNP: ISO 8473 CLNP: ISO 8473


Addr: ISO 8348:AD2 Addr: ISO 8348:AD2
ES-IS: ISO 9542 ES-IS: ISO 9542
IS-IS: ISO 10589 **) IS-IS: ISO 10589 **)

Datalink S-link*) LLC-1: Q.921


ISO 8802-2 Type 1 LAPD

Physical V.28 CSMA/CD DCC-R, DCC-M


ISO 8802-3

Note: *) Proprietary protocol.


Note: **) A limited but compatible version.

Dimensions The dimensions of the CMCC module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 20 mm 234 mm

Weight The weight of the CMCC module is approximately 0.35 kg.

Power consumption The power consumption of the CMCC module is 8 W.

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13.15 Overhead Access - OHA

In this section This section includes information on the Overhead Access module - OHA. The fol-
lowing topics are included:
• ‘13.15.1 Front Layout and LEDs’ on page 179
• ‘13.15.2 Logistics’ on page 180
• ‘13.15.4 Functional Description’ on page 181
• ‘13.15.5 Specifications’ on page 184

13.15.1 Front Layout and LEDs

OHA module front layout The figure shows the front layout and the LEDs of the OHA module.

The function of the LEDs are described in the following table.

No. LED Color Function/Indication Comment

1 Green Constantly green TP1 Fast Ethernet link

Flashing TP1 Fast Ethernet link and activity

Off TP1 Fast Ethernet line down

2 Green Constantly green TP2 Fast Ethernet link

Flashing TP2 Fast Ethernet link and activity

Off TP2 Fast Ethernet line down

3 Green Constantly green Power OK

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13.15.2 Logistics

OHA ordering number The ordering number of the OHA module is shown in the following table

Ordering Number Description

CM3902-A OHA module

13.15.3 Switches and LEDs on the OHA Board

Switches The figure shows the DIP switches on the OHA board.

The function of the switches is explained in the table.

DIP Switch Description

S1 Selection of EOW Channel 3 and 5

S2 Selection of EOW Channel 4 and 6

S3 Not used.

S4 Not used.

S5 Not used.

S6 Not used.

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LEDs The figure shows the LEDs on the OHA board

The function of the LEDs is explained in the table.

No. LED Color Function/Indication Comment

4 Green/Red Constantly green PIC status OK

Constantly red PIC alarm

Off PIC disabled

5- Green Constantly green Fast Ethernet link


18
Flashing Fast Ethernet link and activity

Off Fast Ethernet line down

LEDs 5 to 11 (left row) are associated with fast ethernet in slot1 to slot 7 respec-
tively.
LEDs 12 to 18 (right row) are associated with fast ethernet in slot 12 to slot 18 re-
spectively.

13.15.4 Functional Description

Introduction The functions of the OHA module are:


• to switch management traffic from or to ETEX modules
• to provide one common access point for management of ETEX module at an
RJ-45 connector at the SCF
• to provide EOW interfaces for SIMX and TRIB modules

Ethernet switch The OHA module has a 16 port switch for fast ethernet.
Two of the fast ethernet ports can be accessed via TP1 and TP2 (RJ-45 connectors)
on the SCF.
The remaining ports connect to Trib. group A and Trib. group B, with one port for
each of the 14 slot positions.

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EOW The OHA module interfaces the EOW signals from an external DTMF-EOW to the
EOW channels (E-bytes) on SIMX and TRIB modules.
There are six EOW channels available.
One channel for each of the SIMX modules inserted in slot 8 (Channel 1) and 11
(Channel 2) of the SF4 subrack. These connections are fixed and cannot be config-
ured.
Two channels for each of the TRIB groups A (slot 1 to 7) and B (slot 12-18). These
connection can be configured with DIP switches. Group A connects to Channel 3
and 5. Group B connects to Channel 4 and 6.

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OHA module block The figure shows a simplified block diagram of the OHA module.
diagram

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13.15.5 Specifications

Dimensions The dimensions of the OHA module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 15 mm 170 mm

Weight The weight of the OHA module is approximately 0.33 kg.

Maximum power The maximum power consumption is 3 W.


consumption

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13.16 Power Supply Module - PS

In this section This section includes information on the Power Supply Module - PS. The follow-
ing topics are included:
• ‘13.16.1 Front Layout and LED’ on page 185
• ‘13.16.2 Logistics’ on page 186
• ‘13.16.3 Functional Description’ on page 186
• ‘13.16.4 Specifications’ on page 188

13.16.1 Front Layout and LED

PS module front layout The figure shows the front layout of the PS module.

The function of the LED is described in the following table.

LED Color Function/Indication Comment

Green ON Normal operation

OFF Overvoltage protection or defective


module

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13.16.2 Logistics

PS ordering numbers The PS module can be ordered in the following version.

Ordering Number Description Notes

CM3903-A Power Supply 48-60 V.

13.16.3 Functional Description

Input voltage The power supply operates from 48 V or 60 V.

DC/DC converter The DC/DC converter block consists of Input Section, Output Section and Control
Section.
The circuit automatically selects one of two inputs as main or protection. UB1 is
the main source and UB2 is the protection source.
Switching of the main source between UB1 to UB2 takes place at voltages between
-38V to -40.5V. If UB2 is not available, the power supply will shut down at volt-
ages between -40.5V and -38V. If UB2 is available and used as the main source,
the power supply shuts down at voltages below -36V.
The input is common-mode filtered and protected against over- and reversed volt-
age.
Two filtered output voltages of +5 V and -5 V are obtained. All outputs are imple-
mented with powershare circuits. This ensures that modules connected in parallel
share the actual power level equally. The outputs are protected against short-cir-
cuiting. Integrated in the Control Section is a Start Up and a Soft Start circuit to
ensure that the power supply can be plugged in/out at any time without interrupting
the system. Additionally, the output voltages are within specifications even under
low power load.
The local control provides digital monitoring for Input Source, and Analog moni-
toring of Input Source level, Power load, tertiary voltages and temperature.

Protection It is possible to implement m:n protection of power supplies for redundancy pur-
poses.

Switching on the PS After insertion into the backplane, the PS switches on.

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13.16.4 Specifications

Secondary supply Dual DC supply with positive terminal to ground. One supply can be used as pro-
(from station) tection supply for the other one.

Parameter Value/description

Nominal Voltage: -48 or -60 V

Operating Range: -36 V to -75 V

Tertiary supply (system Output from power supply module: +5 V and -5 V.


internal)

Dimensions The dimensions of the PS module are as follows:

Height Width Depth

235 mm 26 mm 170 mm

Weight The weight of the PS module is approximately 1.23 kg.

Power available The maximum available power from the PS module is 312 W.

Maximum power The maximum power consumption is 36 W, when providing 312 W to the system.
consumption

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14 System Specifications

In this chapter This chapter describes the specifications related to the


• ‘14.1 Common Specifications’ on page 189
• ‘14.2 MTBF’ on page 194
• ‘14.3 Power Consumption’ on page 196
Specifications that can be related to a specific item, for instance a module, are de-
scribed in the section for that specific item.

14.1 Common Specifications

In this section This section includes common specifications.


• ‘14.1.1 Environmental’ on page 189
• ‘14.1.2 EMC’ on page 191
• ‘14.1.3 Safety’ on page 193

14.1.1 Environmental

Climatic and mechanical Classification according to ETSI EN 300 019-1:


conditions
• Storage: EN 300 019-1-1 class 1.2, not temperature controlled storage loca-
tions.
• Transportation: EN 300 019-1-2 class 2.3, public transportation.
• In use: EN 300 019-1-3 class 3.2, stationary, weather protected, partly temper-
ature-controlled locations.

Climatic and mechanical The table specifies climatic and mechanical conditions of the during storage, trans-
conditions port and operation.

Parameter Storage and Transportation In use

Temperature -40 °C to +70 °C -5 °C to +45 °C

Humidity 10% to 100% RH, condensing 5% to 95% RH,


condensing

Vibration Sinusoidal, Sinusoidal,


2 - 9 Hz 3.5 mm, 2 - 9 Hz 1.5 mm,
9 - 200 Hz 10 m/s2 9 - 200 Hz 5 m/s2
200 - 500 Hz 15 m/s2

Shock Shock spectrum type II Shock spectrum


6 ms 300 m/s2 type L
22 ms 40 m/s2

Fall 1.0 m -

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Climatic and mechanical Test severities according to ETSI EN 300 019-2:


tests
• Storage: Test specification EN 300 019-2-1 T 1.2
• Transportation: Test specification EN 300 019-2-2 T 2.3
• In use: Test specification EN 300 019-2-3 T 3.2

Climatic and mechanical The table specifies the climatic and mechanical tests for storage and transportation.
test for storage and
transportation Parameter Severity Reference

Low Temperature -40 °C, 3 days IEC 600 68-2-1 Ab

High Temperature 85 °C, 3 days IEC 600 68-2-2 Bb

Temperature shocks -40/30 °C, 1 °C/min, IEC 600 68-2-14 Nb


t1 3 h, 5 cycles

High humidity 40 °C, 93%RH, 4 days IEC 600 68-2-56 Cb

Humidity, condensation 25/40 °C, 90-100%RH, IEC 600 68-2-30 Db1


2 days

Vibration, random 5 - 20 - 500 Hz IEC 600 68-2-64 Fh


1 m2/s3, -3dB/oct,
3 x 30 min

Mechanical shocks 180 m/s2, 6 ms, IEC 600 68-2-29 Eb


6 x 100 shocks

Free Fall Packed equipment: 0.8 m IEC 600 68-2-32 Ed 1

Functional tests are made after each test to verify that performance parameters are
fulfilled.

Climatic and mechanical The table specifies climatic and mechanical tests for in use.
test for in use
Parameter Severity Reference

Low temperature -5 °C, 16 h IEC 600 68-2-1 Ad

High temperature 45 °C, 16 h IEC 600 68-2-2 Bd

Temperature change 25/45 °C, 0.5 °C /min, IEC 600 68-2-14 Nb


t1 = 3 h, half cycle

High humidity 40 °C, 93%RH, 4 days IEC 600 68-2-56 Cb

Humidity, 25/40 °C, 90-100%RH, IEC 600 68-2-30 Db 1


condensation 1 day

Vibration, 5 - 9 - 200 Hz, IEC 600 68-2-6 Fc


sinusoidal
1.5mm - 5m/s2
3 x 5 sweep cycles

Mechanical shocks 30 m/s2, 11ms, 6 x 3 IEC 600 68-2-27 Ea


shocks

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Functional tests are made during and at the end of each test to verify that perfor-
mance parameters are fulfilled.

14.1.2 EMC

Compliance The principal protection requirements of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC are sat-
isfied.

Test specifications Verification of compliance is done by testing in accordance with:


• EN 300 386 September 2001: Telecommunication Network Equipment, EMC
requirements Equipment operating in locations other than telecommunications
centres.
• ES 201 468 September 2002: Additional EMC requirements and resistibility
requirements for telecommunications equipment for enhanced availability of
service in specific applications. Equipment operating in locations other than
telecommunication centres, level 2.

EMC emission tests The table shows the EMC emission test specifications.

Phenomenon Limits Reference

Enclosure Ports

Radiated emission 30 - 230 - 1000 MHz EN 55022


30-1000 MHz, 10m 40 - 40/47 - 47 dBµV/m Class A

30 - 230 - 1000 MHz EN 55022


30 - 30/37 - 37 dBµV/m Class B (See Note)
Power Supply Ports

Conducted emission 0.15 0.15 - 0.5 - 30 MHz EN 55022


- 30 MHz Class A
Quasi peak det. 79- 79/73 - 73 dBµV

Average det. 66 - 66/60 - 60 dBµV


Signal & Control Ports

Conducted emission 0.15 0.15 - 0.5 - 30 MHz EN 55022


- 30 MHz Class B
Quasi peak det. 40 - 30- 30 dBµA

Average det. 30 - 20 - 20 dBµΑ

Note: To comply with Class B when using 75 ohm tributary cables, you must at-
tach two clamp filters to each cable. Use the EMC kit NS-293 with six
clamp filters, which is suffcient for the cables of the TEX1 module.

EMC immunity tests The following tables show the EMC immunity test specification.

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EMC immunity tests for Specifications for enclosure ports.


enclosure ports
Phenomenon Test Level Performance Reference

Electrostatic Discharge 6kV/8kV B EN 61000-4-2


contact/air exposure EN 300 386

8kV/15 kV B
ES 201 468

Electromagnetic Field 3 V/m A EN 61000-4-3


80 - 2000 MHz EN 300 386
80% AM 1kHz
10 V/m A
ES 201 468

Electromagnetic Field 10 V/m A ENV 50140


GSM 900 MHz ENV 50204

EMC immunity tests for DC Specifications for DC power supply ports.


power supply ports
Phenomenon Test Level Performance Reference

Voltage Variations and 48 V ± 6V and A EN 300 132-2


Short Interruptions 60 ± 7.5 V
3V/ms and 7V/ms

0 V in 4 ms A EN 61000-4-11

0 V in 50 ms C

Radio Frequency 3V A EN 61000-4-6


CM Voltage EN 300 386
0.15 – 80 MHz
80% AM, 1 kHz 10 V A
ES 201 468

Electrical Fast Tran- 1 kV B EN 61000-4-4


sients EN 300 386
rise time 5 ns
decay time 50ns 2 kV B
ES 201 468

Surge Transients 0.5kV line to line A EN 61000-4-5


rise time 1.2µs 1 kV line to ground
decay time 50µs
1 kV line to line B
2 kV line to ground

0.5 kV C ITU-T K-41

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EMC immunity tests for Specifications for signal and control ports.
signal and control ports
Phenomenon Test Level Performance Reference

Radio Frequency 3V A EN 61000-4-6


CM Voltage EN 300 386
0.15 – 80 MHz
80% AM, 1 kHz 10 V A
ES 201 468

Electrical Fast Transients 0.5 kV B EN 61000-4-4


rise time 5 ns EN 300 386
decay time 50ns
1 kV B
ES 201 468

Surge Transients 0.5kV B EN 61000-4-5


rise time 1.2µs
duration 50µs 0.5 kV C ITU-T K.41

14.1.3 Safety

Safety requirements The requirements of EN 60950-1 “Safety of information technology equipment” is


fulfilled.
The requirements of EN 60825-1 "Radiation safety of laser products, equipment
classification requirements and users guide", and EN 60825-2 “Safety of laser
products, safety of optical fibre communication systems, are fulfilled.
If an automatic laser shutdown function is provided for the optical interfaces this
function complies with ITU-T Rec. G.664.

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14.2 MTBF

Calculation method The MTBF rates presented in this manual were calculated using the FIT rate mod-
els contained in section 7 of [58], using the Black Box technique, as described in
section 3.1 of [58].

MTBF values The table specifies the MTBF values for the DXX 6340 node modules.
MTBF (years)
Item
(total)

SF4 75.2

CMCC 33.0

PS 50.4

OHA 31.7

EXT16 33.1

TIP33 176.0

TEX33 53.1

TEXDS33 53.0

TEX1 21.5

TEX1P 17.4

TEX1PM 16.5

TEX1PMR 16.5

SIMX16 21.2

SIMX1/4 22.8

SIM1/4 60.1

SIM1 35.1

ETEX2M 20.6

ETEX2S 20.6

ETEX4 39.3

ETEX16M 19.0

ETEX16S 19.0

FAN 53.5

Ethernet Interface Box 100

TR-0001 435.3

TR-0002 435.3

TR-0003 319.2

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MTBF (years)
Item
(total)

TR-0004 435.3

TR-0005 435.3

TR-0006 319.2

TR-0007 444.9

TR-0008 312.7

TR-0009 261.4

TR-0010 1140

TR-0011 600

TR-0012 890

Operational lifetime The DXX 6340 node is designed for a 15 year lifetime.

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14.3 Power Consumption

Power consumption The table summarizes the power consumption for the individual DXX 6340 node
modules.

Module Power Consumption (W)

SIMX16 22 (26)

SIMX1/4 18 (22)

SIM1/4 5 (9)

SIM1 6

TEX1 7.5

TEX1P 8.8

TEX1PM 9.25

TEX1PMR 10.25

ETEX2M/S 30 (32)

ETEX4 10

ETEX16M/S 30 (42)

TEX33, TEXDS33 9

TIP33 2

EXT16 18 (22)

CMCC 8

OHA 3

FAN 30

Note: Number in parentheses is power consumption with transceivers.

Power Supply Available power from the PS module is 312 W.

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A Packing Instructions

In this appendix This appendix shows you how to put modules in the antistatic bags and boxes be-
fore you send them.

Required materials The following materials are required for packing the module.
• Antistatic bag with a suitable size
• Carton-box with a suitable size
• Foam supporting pad with dimensions that fit the box.

To pack the module Follow the instructions below when you are packing the module before shipment.

Step Action

1 Put an antistatic bracelet on your wrist, and connect the antistatic bracelet to
ESD ground on the workplace.
Note: Make sure that the workplace, on which you are connecting the brace-
let, is correctly ESD grounded.

2 Place the module in the antistatic bag.


Note: Only one module per bag

3 Unfold and assemble the carton-box

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Step Action

4 Place the lower part of the foam supporting pad in the bottom of the box.

5 Place the module with the top side up into the box, carefully wrapping the
antistatic bag around the module.
Note: Only one module per box

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Step Action

6 Place the upper part of the foam supporting pad in the box.

7 Close the box


Use tape if necessary to ensure that the box stays closed during transporta-
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Index

A CM3921-A
Functional description 120
Abbreviations 9
Logistics 120
Alarm Cables
Specifications 122
Installation 62
CM3930-A
Functional description 129
C Logistics 128
Cables Specifications 131
Tributary 63 CM3931-A
CM3312012x Functional description 135
Logistics 138 Logistics 134
CM3312050x Specifications 136
Logistics 138 CM3951-A
CM3312070x Functional description 164
Logistics 138 LED 163
CM33150xxxx Logistics 162
Functional description 145 Specifications 166
Logistics 144 CM3952-A
Specifications 147 Functional description 154
CM3383-0004-A LED 153
Functional description 159 Logistics 152
Logistics 159 Specifications 156
Specifications 161 CM3954-A
CM3901-A Functional description 164
Functional description 177 LED 163
LED 175 Logistics 162
Logistics 174 Specifications 166
Specifications 178 CM3955-A
CM3902-A Functional description 154
Functional description 181 LED 153
Logistics 180 Logistics 152
Specifications 184 Specifications 156
CM3903-A CM4005
Functional description 186 Functional description 92
Logistics 186 Installation 43
Specifications 188 CM4006
CM3905-A Functional description 92
Functional description 169 Installation 43
Logistics 168 CM4412
Specifications 169 Pin designations 108
CM3906A CMCC
Functional description 150 Embedded software 177
Logistics 149 Functional description 177
CM3908-A LED 175
Functional description 171 Location 82
Logistics 171 Logistics 174
Specifications 173 PCMCIA 177
CM3920-A Preparation 79
Functional description 112 Specifications 178
Logistics 112 Color coding 63
Specifications 114 Craft terminal

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Installation 65 Installing 79
CS4010 Free-running mode 118, 127
Functional description 88 Functional description
Installation 29 CM33150xxxx 145
Logistics 88 CM3383-0004-A 159
Specifications 88 CM3901-A 177
CX4009 CM3902-A 181
Functional description 92 CM3903-A 186
Installation 42 CM3905-A 169
CM3906A 150
CM3908-A 171
D CM3920-A 112
Definition of Terms 11 CM3921-A 120
CM3930-A 129
E CM3931-A 135
Embedded software 174, 177 CM3951-A 164
EOW Channels CM3952-A 154
Selecting 80 CM3954-A 164
ETEX16M/S CM3955-A 154
Functional description 164 CM4005 92
LED 163 CM4006 92
Location 75 CMCC 177
Logistics 162 CX4009 92
Specifications 166 ETEX16M/S 164
ETEX2M/S ETEX2M/S 154
Functional description 154 ETEX4 159
LED 153 EXT16 171
Location 75 I/F Box 169
Logistics 152 OHA 181
Specifications 156 PS 186
ETEX4 Rack 88
Functional description 159 RCF 91
Location 75 SF4 subrack 98
Logistics 159 SIM1 135
Restrictions 76 SIM1/4 129
Specifications 161 SIMX1/4 120
Ethernet cables SIMX16 112
Installation 65 TEX1 139
EXT16 TEX3 145
Functional description 171 TIP33 150
Location 74, 75 UC3900-A 98
Logistics 171
Specifications 173 G
Grounding
F Connection to Rack 38
Fan module Connection to RCF 41
Pin designations 108
Fan Unit
Specifications 107
H
Holdover mode 118, 127
Fan unit
Shifting filter 70
Filter shift 70 I
Flash card I/F Box

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Functional description 169 CM3908-A 171


Logistics 168 CM3920-A 112
Specifications 169 CM3921-A 120
Identification labels 25 CM3930-A 128
Insert CM3931-A 134
Transceiver 73 CM3951-A 162
Installation CM3952-A 152
Alarm Cables 62 CM3954-A 162
Already installed items 25 CM3955-A 152
Assembling the Rack 29 CMCC 174
Connecting Alarm Power to the RCF 49 ETEX16M/SS 162
Connecting Safety Ground to the Rack 38 ETEX2M/S 152
Connecting Safety Ground to the RCF 41 ETEX4 159
Connecting Station Power to RCF 46 EXT16 171
Craft terminal 65 I/F Box 168
Ethernet cables 65 OHA 180
Interface box 76 PS 186
Introduction 25 Rack 88
Mounting the Rack 36 RCF 91
Overall procedure 26 SF4 subrack 97
Preparations before 25 SIM1 134
Rack 29 SIM1/4 128
Rack Alarm Indicator Module CX4009 42 SIMX1/4 120
Rack Connection Field (RCF) 39 SIMX16 112
RCF Power Filter Modules CM4005 and TEX1 138
CM4006 43 TEX1P 138
Subracks 51 TEX1Pm 138
Tributary Cables 63 TEX3 144
Interface box TIP33 149
Installation 76 UC3900-A 97

L M
Laser Apertures 28 Management protocol stack 178
LED Manual
CM3951-A 163 Prerequisite for using 8
CM3952-A 153 Product version covered 8
CM3954-A 163 Structure of 8
CM3955-A 153 Module
CMCC 175 Installing 72
CMCM3901-A 175 Module locations in the subrack 74, 75, 78, 82
ETEX16M/S 163 MTBF 194
ETEX2M/S 153
Logistics
CM3312012x 138
O
OHA
CM3312050x 138
Functional description 181
CM3312070x 138
Location 82
CM33150xxxx 144
Logistics 180
CM3383-0004-A 159
Preparation 79
CM3901-A 174
CM3902-A 180 Specifications 184
CM3903-A 186
CM3905-A 168 P
CM3906A 149 Pin designations

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ERICSSON AB
1531-ZFP 101 04 Uen Rev E INSTALLATION MANUAL
2005-02-17 INDEX

CM4412 108 SIM1


Fan Module 108 Functional description 135
RCF 96 Location 78
SCF 102 Logistics 134
SF4 subrack 102 Specifications 136
UC3900-A 102 SIM1/4
UC4010-1 96 Functional description 129
Power consumption 196 Location 74, 75
Preparation Logistics 128
CMCC 79 Specifications 131
Fan subrack 69 SIMX1/4
OHA 79 Functional description 120
RCF 39 Location 74, 75
SF4 53, 54 Logistics 120
Prerequisite for using manual 8 Specifications 122
Product version covered by manual 8 SIMX16
PS Functional description 112
Functional description 186 Location 74, 75
Location 82 Logistics 112
Logistics 186 Specifications 114
Specifications 188 Software 174, 177
Specifications
CM33150xxxx 147
R CM3383-0004-A 161
Rack CM3901-A 178
Functional description 88 CM3902-A 184
Installation 29 CM3903-A 188
Logistics 88 CM3905-A 169
Specifications 88 CM3906A 151
Rack ID switches 68 CM3908-A 173
RCF CM3920-A 114
Functional description 91 CM3921-A 122
Installation 39 CM3930-A 131
Logistics 91 CM3931-A 136
Pin designations 96 CM3951-A 166
Specifications 93 CM3952-A 156
RCF in 19" rack 39 CM3954-A 166
Reference list 12 CM3955-A 156
Reference locked mode 117, 126 CMCC 178
References 12 ETEX16M/S 166
Remove ETEX2M/S 156
Transceiver 73 ETEX4 161
Restrictions EXT16 173
ETEX4 76 Fan Unit 107
I/F Box 169
S OHA 184
SCF PS 188
Pin designations 102 Rack 88
SF4 in 19" rack 53, 54 RCF 93
SF4 subrack SF4 subrack 98
Functional description 98 SIM1 136
Logistics 97 SIM1/4 131
Pin designations 102 SIMX1/4 122
Specifications 98 SIMX16 114

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2005-02-17 INDEX

TEX1 142
TEX3 147
TIP33 151
UC3900-A 98
UC4010-1 93
Subrack
Slot numbers 71
Subrack switches
Location 67
Rack ID 68
Subrack ID 67

T
TEX1
Functional description 139
Logistics 138
Specifications 142
TEX1P
Location 78
Logistics 138
TEX1Pm
Logistics 138
TEX3
Functional description 145
Logistics 144
Specifications 147
TEX33
Location 78
TIP33
Functional description 150
Location 78
Logistics 149
Specifications 151
Transceiver
Inserting 73
Removing 73
Transmission Characteristics
SIM1/4 131, 132
SIMX1/4 122, 123
SIMX16 114
Tributary Cables
Installation 63

U
UC3900-A
Functional description 98
Logistics 97
Pin designations 102
Specifications 98
UC4010-1
Pin designations 96
Specifications 93

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