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CATALOGUE 2011

Next Generation SDH Systems


Access Systems
Network Management System
VoIP Devices
Radio Communications
Power Electronics
IR IT E L
IRITEL AD BEOGRAD
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IRITEL was founded in 1967.


Today, with 188 highly educated and skilled employees, IRITEL represents the leading
company in the fields of communications and electronics in South-East Europe.
IRITEL has accreditation at Ministry of Science and Technological Development as research
and development institute.
IRITEL has a Management System ISO 9001:2008
IRITEL AD BEOGRAD

The main areas of activity in communications and electronics:


„„ Transmission systems
„„ Switching systems
„„ Radio communications
„„ Power Electronics
„„ Engineering

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 04/04/2011

Next Generation SDH Systems Managed Ethernet Switch Series


ODS2G5 SDH/SONET Multiservice Optical Digital Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 MGE41/84/88/168F L2/L3 Managed Ethernet Switch with
OTS622 SDH/SONET Multiservice Optical Transport Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 16 x FE and 8 x E1 media converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
WDM/CWDM/OADM Passive Optical Mux/Demux & Optical MGE168FS L2/L3 Managed Ethernet Switch with 16 x FE and
Add/Drop Multiplexers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 8 x E1 media converters with Encryption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
MGE88/168G Stackable Gigabit L2/L3 Managed Ethernet Switch
Access Systems with 16xFE, 4xGE and 8xE1 media converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
FM-MSAN (FM8x2) MULTISERVICE ACCESS MULTIPLEXER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
PIU 4 ISDN tributaries with U interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Network Management System
PET 3 digital nx64 kbit/s Ethernet Bridge subscribers with SUNCE+ Network Management System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
10/100BaseT or 100BaseFX interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 SUNCE-M INTEGRATED NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
PN64 4 digital interfaces of X.21/V.11 type, n x 64 kbit/s . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 VoIP Devices
PCO 10 digital G.703 64 kbit/s codirectional interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 SIPDAT SIP Interactive Voice Response Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
PN64A 8 digital interfaces of V.24/V.28 type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 IMG Media Gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
FMOP FLEXIBLE MULTIPLEXER OPTICAL PLATFORM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Radio communications
FOP4/8/16 4/8/16xE1 + 2xFE over Fiber Multiplexer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
CJ-1P Cellular Jammer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
FMTP FLEXIBLE MULTIPLEXER TDMoIP PLATFORM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
ARK3000 Antenna Distribution System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
FTP4/8/16 4/8/16xE1 TDM over IP Multiplexer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
FMVP FLEXIBLE MULTIPLEXER VoIP PLATFORM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Power Eletronics
SDNU System for Remote Monitoring & Control of Power
V5CAS PROTOCOL CONVERTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Electronic Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Modems SNN12 Power Supply System 54 Vdc / 3 x 7.5 A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
PSH - SHDSL modem 4 x SHDSL, 4 x E1, 1 x Ethernet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 NN301/48 Vdc Small DC Power Supply System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
NTX iDSL modem with X.21 interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 DC UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply with DC Output Voltage 300 Vdc . 92
Ethernet Access and Interface Converter Series SF25 Phase Selector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
KGET TWO INTERFACE CONVERTORS Ethernet over E1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Contract Manufacturing

TABLES OF CONTENTS
KGET8 INTERFACE CONVERTOR Ethernet over 8 x E1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Manufacturing and Assembly of Electronic Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Ethernet Access and Managed Interface Converter Series
KGET4/8/16 ETHERNET ACCESS INTERFACE CONVERTOR
Management System
Quality Assurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Ethernet over up to 16x E1 with GFP, VCAT and LCAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
KGET4/8/16S ETHERNET ACCESS INTERFACE CONVERTOR
Ethernet over up to 16x E1 with GFP, VCAT, LCAS and Encryption . . . . . 52
KFE INTERFACE CONVERTOR SERIES Ethernet over TDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
KTP INTERFACE CONVERTOR SERIES TDM over IP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
KG Universal TDM, E1 interface converter platform, fractional
multiplexer, cross connect device with exchangeable user
interface module and optional built-in AES encryption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

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ODS2G5
SDH/SONET Multiservice Optical Digital Systems

„„ Next generation SDH Optical Digital Systems for STM-16/4/1,


E1, E3, 10/100 BaseTx, 100 BaseFx, 1000 BaseX,
Next Generation SDH Systems

1000 BaseT services


„„ Add/drop, cross-connect and terminal multiplexer
„„ Ethernet over SDH, GFP/VCAT/LCAS technologies
„„ Compact and flexible SDH equipment, easy expandable from
small to full capacity, for metro and access network applications
„„ Network management system SUNCE-M or SNMP-based
management

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Basic configuration „„ WDM option - two way single fiber transmission „„ Advanced fault diagnosis (integrated BER tester,
(1310 and 1550 nm), passive optical filter etc)
„„ ODS2G5C3 configuration for 3 units:
„„ CWDM option - wavelength division multiplex- „„ Protection configurations of system (working and
„„ up to: 4 x STM-16, 10 x STM-4/1, 21 x 2 Mbit/s, 3 x
ing (1471, 1491, 1511, 1531, 1551, 1571, 1591, reserve modules or units) are possible for cross-
34 Mbit/s and 4 x 10/100 BaseTx, 1 x 100 BaseFx,
1611 nm +1310 nm), passive optical filters connect matrix, synchronization modules, STM-16,
9 x 1000 BaseT/1000 BaseX
„„ PDH tributary interfaces for 2 Mbit/s and 34 Mbit/s STM-4 and STM-1 interfaces and tributary units
„„ ODS2G5C8 configuration for 8 units: STI2-63 (1:N 2 Mbit/s tributary protection)
„„ Full non blocking cross-connect matrix, capac-
„„ up to: 4 x STM-16, 12 x STM-4/1, 273 x 2 Mbit/s, ity 24.88 Gbit/s (160 x 160 VC4) up to VC12 level, „„ Unit’s configuration parameters are stored in

ODS2G5 SDH/SONET Multiservice Optical Digital Systems


3 x 34 Mbit/s and 13 x 10/100 BaseTx, 2 x 100 S4ADM-2 unit or 44.78 Gbit/s (288 x 288 VC4) up backplane memory, that enable “plug & play”
BaseFx, 10 x 1000 BaseT/1000 BaseX to VC12 level, S16ADM-2 unit change of units
„„ ODS2G5C12 configuration for 12 units: „„ Ethernet over SDH via GFP/VCAT/LCAS technolo- „„ SONET option (OC-48/OC-12/OC-3, T1, T3) is soft-
gies ware configurable
„„ up to: 6 x STM-16, 18 x STM-4/1, 273 x 2 Mbit/,
3 x 34 Mbit/s and 20 x 10/100 BaseTx, 3 x 100 „„ Static and dynamic Ethernet traffic capacity adjust- „„ ODS2G5 has been designed in compliance with
BaseFx, 15 x 1000 BaseT/1000 BaseX (cross con- ment, LCAS procedure new ITU-T recommendation and ETSI standards
nect card protection, sync module protection, „„ Line protection at multiplex section, 1+1 MSP,
E1 line protection) higher order path or lower order path protection
(VC12, VC3, VC4), subnetwork protection SNCP
Applications
„„ Point-to-point fiber optic links OTS STI2-63

10/100 bTx

10/100 bTx
10/100 bTx

10/100 bTx

interface #21
interface #1

interface #2
100 bFx
Optical interface #2

link #1
link #2

link #4
link #1
interface #2

interface #3

link #3
Optical interface #1

interface #1

E1 Line

E1 Line
E1 Line
„„ Linear fiber optic networks, providing add-and-

OHA block

DCC block

E3 Line

E3 Line
E3 Line
STM-4/STM-1
STM-4/STM-1

interface #63

Protecting unit
interface #2
drop capability

interface #1

Protecting unit
E1 Line
E1 Line
E1 Line
μP block
Ethernet PHY

Working unit
Working unit
„„ All types of fiber rings and complex network struc- SDH E3 SDH E1

Working unit
Working unit
Mapper GFP Mapper Mapper
ture at STM-16, STM-4 and STM-1 level SYNC block SDH E1
(local) Mapper
„„ Local cross-connect at VC12 (2 Mbit/s), VC3 LOCAL CROSS-CONNECT MATRIX 4 x 4 STM-4
(34 Mbit/s) and VC4 levels
μP bus
Main features
Telecom bus
„„ Multiservice SDH optical digital system for voice
and data transmission up to STM-16 (2.5 Gbit/s)
GFP
„„ Optical line interface 2.5 Gbit/s, 622 Mbit/s and Mapper GFP Mapper GFP
Mapper
Optical interface #2

Optical interface #2
Optical interface #3

Optical interface #4
Optical interface #1

Optical interface #1
155 Mbit/s provides transmission on single-mode GB Eth

SYNC block
CROSS-CONNECT

STM-4/STM-1
STM-4/STM-1
Ethernet PHY

(working)
STM-16/4/1

GB Eth
STM-16/4/1

STM-4/1

PHY
STM-4/1

optical fiber at 1310 nm for section length up to 50 PHY MATRIX


40 x 40 STM-4

10/100 bTx

10/100 bTx
10/100 bTx

10/100 bTx

10/100 bTx
km, or at 1550 nm for section length up to 120 km
GB Eth link #1

GB Eth link #1
GB Eth link #2

GB Eth link #2
10/100/1000

10/100/1000

link #2

link #4
10/100/1000

10/100/1000

100 bFx
link #1

link #3

link #5

link #1

GB Eth link #1
(working)

10/100/1000
„„ Plug-in SFP optical or electrical transceivers, pro-
S16LE-2 S4ADM-2 Working unit
vides STM-16, STM-4 or STM-1 interface configura- S4ADM-2
S16LE-2 Protecting unit
tion on the same unit
ODS2G5 functional block diagram 5
Control and monitoring
„„ Integrated network management system SUNCE-
M provides continuous management of ODS2G5
and all other IRITEL’s SDH and PDH equipment
(OTS622, ODS155, FM-MSAN, ...)
OTS622-84E1 „„ The computer (PC) in management operations
centre is connected with one network element
ODS2G5 SDH/SONET Multiservice Optical Digital Systems

STM-4 (ODS2G5) using Ethernet 10/100BaseTx or RS232


ring interface (F interface)
Exchange OTS622-84E1
„„ Connecting ODS2G5 and other IRITEL’s equipment
Exchange
in the same stations on centralized management
OTS622-84E1 is realized by Q2 (RS485) or Q2Et (10/100BaseTx)
interface

STM
„„ Interconnection of SDH equipment (ODS2G5) in

-4 l
ODS2G5C8
network is realized through DCC channels (192

ink
ODS2G5C8 kbit/s, 576 kbit/s)
„„ Additional G.703 / 2 Mbit/s interface is used for con-
ODS2G5C12 nections of several independent subnetwork on
STM-16
one centralized management system SUNCE-M
ring ODS2G5C3
STM-16 „„ SNMP northbound and southbound interfaces
ring „„ SNMP MIB
„„ Control and monitoring using standard SNMP
link

viewer
-4

Data storage
STM

OTS2G5C3
ODS2G5C8 Power supply
OTS622s-21E1
„„ DC power supply –48 V DC or –60 V DC
Mobile Ethernet
ink

base station over SDH Exchange Mechanical design


1l
M-

„„ Unit’s dimension: 277 x 175 mm


ST

OTS622s-21E1
Exchange „„ Module’s dimension
Video distribution „„ ODS2G5C3 (3 units): 150 x 436.6 x 238 mm
„„ ODS2G5C8 (8 units): 400 x 436.6 x 238 mm

ODS2G5 application in complex STM-16 network


„„ ODS2G5C12 (12 units): 482 x 436.6 x 238 mm
„„ ETSI or 19” cabinet’s dimension: 2200 x 600 x
300 mm
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T E C H N I C A L D ATA

OTS main unit S16ADM-2 unit Plug-in SFP transceivers


TMN interface RS232/V.24, 10/100 BaseTX, Same as S4ADM-2 except: STM-16: ITU-T G.957
 Q2 (RS485), Q2Et (10/100 BaseTX), 2 Mbit/s / G.703 Cross-connect capacity 288x288 VC4 (up to VC12 level) OI.S16A LC/FPLD 1310 nm/15 km
EOW telephone interface Z (2-wire) OI.L16A LC/FPLD 1310 nm/48 km
S4LI-4 unit
DCC (F1 or E2) interface 64 kbit/s, V11 OI.S16B LC/FPLD 1550 nm/15 km
4 x 155/622 Mbit/s interface G.957, G.703

ODS2G5 SDH/SONET Multiservice Optical Digital Systems


Performance management G.826, G.783 OI.L16B LC/FPLD 1550 nm/80 km
Jitter and wander G.825
21 x 2 Mbit/s interface G.703 (120/75 Ω) STM-4: ITU-T G.957
Ethernet interface 2 x10/100 BaseTx (IEEE 802.3)
Mapping/multiplexing G.707 at paths: OI.S4A LC/FPLD 1310 nm/15 km
 2 x1000 BaseT/1000 BaseX (IEEE 802.3)
 VC12/TU-12/TUG-2/TUG-3/VC4/AU-4/AUG/STM-N Power consumption max 27 W OI.L4A LC/DFBLD 1310 nm/48 km
OI.L4B LC/DFBLD 1550 nm/80 km
3 x 34 Mbit/s interface G.703 (75 Ω)
S16LI-2 unit OI.L4B1 LC/DFBLD 1550 nm/120 km
Mapping/multiplexing G.707 at paths:
VC3/TU3/TUG-3/VC4/AU-4/AUG/STM-N up to 2 x 2.5 Gbit/s interface G.957, G.703 STM-1: ITU-T G.957
up to 4 x 155/622 Mbit/s interface G.957, G.703 OI.S1A1 LC/FPLD 1310 nm/15 km
Ethernet interface 4 x10/100 BaseTx (IEEE 802.3)
 1 x100 BaseFx (IEEE 802.3) Jitter and wander G.825 OI.S1A LC/FPLD 1310 nm/40 km
Mapping GFP-F G.7041 (n x VC12, n x VC3 or VC4) Power consumption max 25 W OI.S1B LC/DFBLD 1550 nm/93 km
Capacity adjustment, LCAS static, dynamic OI.S1 electrical CMI/12.7 dB at 78 MHz
S16LI-8 unit
2 x 155/622 Mbit/s interface G.957, G.703 up to 2 x 2.5 Gbit/s interface G.957, G.703 FE: IEEE 802.3
Jitter and wander G.825 OI.S1A1 LC/FPLD 1310 nm/15 km
up to 8 x 155/622 Mbit/s interface G.957, G.703
Power consumption max 30 W Jitter and wander G.825 OI.S1A LC/FPLD 1310 nm/40 km
Power consumption max 28 W OI.S1B LC/DFBLD 1550 nm/93 km
OTS-G main unit
GbE: IEEE 802.3
Same as OTS except: S16LE-2 unit OI.GbE-AS LC/MQW FPLD 1310 nm/10 km
Ethernet interface 1x1000 BaseT/BaseX (IEEE 802.3) up to 2 x 2.5 Gbit/s interface G.957, G.703 OI.GbE-A LC/DFBLD 1310 nm/40 km
up to 4 x 155/622 Mbit/s interface G.957, G.703 OI.GbE-ZX LC/DFBLD 1550 nm/60 km
S4ADM-2 unit Jitter and wander G.825 EI.GbE-RJ45 RJ45/CAT5/CATe/CAT6/100 m
Cross-connect non blocking matrix Ethernet interface
 capacity 160x160 VC4 (up to VC12 level)  4 x1000 BaseT/1000 BaseX (IEEE 802.3)
Synchronization according to G.813 Power consumption max 30 W Traffic protection
2 x 155/622 Mbit/s interface G.957, G.703 Line protection 1+1 MSP
Jitter and wander G.825 STI2-63 tributary unit
Path protection VC12, VC3, VC4
Ethernet interface 5 x10/100 BaseTx (IEEE 802.3) 63 x E1 interface G.703 (120/75 Ω) Subnetwork protectionSNCP
 1 x100 BaseFx (IEEE 802.3) Jitter and wanderG.823
 1 x1000 BaseT/1000 BaseX (IEEE 802.3) Mapping/multiplexing G.707 at paths:
Power consumption max 30 W VC12/TU-12/TUG-2/TUG-3/VC4/AU-4/AUG/STM-N
Power consumption max 25 W
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OTS622
SDH/SONET Multiservice Optical Transport Systems

„„ Next generation SDH Optical Transport Systems for


STM-4/1, E1, E3, 10/100BaseTx, 100BaseFx, 1000BaseX,
Next Generation SDH Systems

1000BaseT services
„„ Add/drop, terminal multiplexer and cross-connect
„„ Ethernet over SDH, GFP/VCAT/GFP/LCAS technologies
„„ Compact, flexible and cost-effective SDH equipment for
metro and access network applications
„„ Network management system SUNCE-M or SNMP-based
management

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Basic configurations „„ Plug-in SFP optical or electrical tranceivers, pro- „„ Line protection at multiplex section, 1+1 MSP,
vide STM-1 or STM-4 interfaces on the same unit higher order path or lower order path protection
„„ OTS622s compact 1U system, options:
„„ WDM option-single fiber transmission (1310 and (VC12, VC3, VC4), subnetwork protection SNCP
„„ OTS622s-21E1: 2 x STM-4/1, 21 x 2 Mbit/s
1550 nm), passive optical filter „„ Advanced fault diagnosis (integrated BER tester,
„„ OTS622s-21E1/E3: 2 x STM-4/1, 21 x 2 Mbit/s, „„ CWDM option - wavelength division multiplex- etc)
3 x 34 Mbit/s ing (1471, 1491, 1511, 1531, 1551, 1571, 1591, „„ Unit’s configuration parameters are stored in

OTS622 SDH/SONET Multiservice Optical Transport Systems


„„ FE-5 module for OTS622s-21E1 or OTS622s-21E1/ 1611 nm +1310 nm), passive optical filter backplane memory, that enables “plug & play”
E3: 4 x 10/100BaseTx, 1 x 100BaseFx „„ Full non blocking cross-connect matrix, capacity change of units
„„ GbE-2 module for OTS622s-21E1 or OTS622s- 16x16 VC4 (2.5 Gb/s) up to VC12 level „„ SONET option (OC-12/OC-3, T1, T3) is software
21E1/E3: 1 x 1000BaseX/BaseT „„ PDH tributary interfaces for 2 Mbit/s and 34 Mbit/s configurable

„„ OTS622-21E1 “two slots - two OTS/OTSG units”: „„ Ethernet over SDH via GFP/VCAT/LCAS technolo- „„ OTS622 has been designed in compliance with
gies new ITU-T recommendation and ETSI standards
„„ 2 x (2 x STM-4/1), 2 x (21 x 2 Mbit/s) , 2 x (3 x 34
Mbit/s), 2 x [(4 x 10/100BaseTx, 1 x 100BaseFx) or „„ Static and dynamic Ethernet traffic capacity adjust-
(1 x 1000BaseX/T)] ment, LCAS procedure
„„ OTS622-84E1 “two slots system”: OTS/OTS-G STI2-63

10/100 bTx

10/100 bTx
10/100 bTx

10/100 bTx

interface #21
interface #1
100 bFx

interface #2
link #1
link #2

link #4
Optical interface #2

link #1

link #3
interface #3
interface #2
Optical interface #1

interface #1

E1 Line

E1 Line
E1 Line
2 x STM- 4/1, 84 x 2 Mbi t /s (OTS/OTSG unit

OHA block

DCC block

E3 Line
E3 Line
E3 Line
„„

STM-4/STM-1
STM-4/STM-1

interface #63
interface #2
21 x 2 Mbit/s and one tributary unit 63 x 2

interface #1

E1 Line
E1 Line
E1 Line
Ethernet PHY
Mbit/s), 3 x 34 Mbit/s, (4 x 10/100BaseTx, 1 x SDH E3 SDH E1
100BaseFx) or (1 x 1000BaseX/T) Maper GFP Mapper Mapper

SYNC block
(local)
SDH E1
Applications LOCAL CROSS-CONNECT MATRIX 4 x 4 STM-4
Mapper

„„ Point-to-point fiber optic transmission


„„ Linear fiber optic networks, providing add-and-drop
capability
Telecom bus
„„ Add-drop fiber ring at STM-1 or STM-4 level
„„ Connecting to the same or higher order SDH OTS622-84E1 block diagram
networks
FE-5 module
„„ Local cross-connect at VC12, VC3 and VC4 levels
OTS622s-21E1/E3

10/100 bTx

10/100 bTx
10/100 bTx

10/100 bTx
Main features

interface #21
GbE-2 module

interface #1
100 bFx

interface #2
link #1
link #2

link #4
Optical interface #2

link #1

link #3
interface #3
interface #2
Optical interface #1

interface #1

E1 Line

E1 Line
E1 Line
OHA block

DCC block

E3 Line
E3 Line
E3 Line
STM-4/STM-1
STM-4/STM-1

1000 bX
„„ Multiservice SDH optical transport system for

1000 bT
link #1

link #1
Ethernet PHY
voice and data transmission at STM-1 (155 Mbit/s) SDH E3 SDH E1
and STM-4 (622 Mbit/s) level Maper GFP Mapper Mapper
SYNC block
(local)

„„ Optical line interfaces 622 Mbit/s and 155 Mbit/s GB Ethernet PHY
provide transmission on single-mode optical fiber LOCAL CROSS-CONNECT MATRIX 4 x 4 STM-4
at 1310 nm for section length up to 50 km, or at
1550 nm for section length up to 120 km 9
OTS622s-21E1/E3 block diagram
Control and monitoring
„„ Integrated network management system SUNCE-
M provides continuous management of OTS622
and all other IRITEL’s SDH and PDH equipment
(ODS2G5, ODS155, FM-MSAN ...).
OTS622 SDH/SONET Multiservice Optical Transport Systems

„„ The computer (PC) in management operations


Exchange centre is connected with one network element
(OTS622) using Ethernet 10/100BaseTx or RS232
Exchange
interface (F interface).
OTSS622-84E1 „„ Connecting OTS622 and other IRITEL’s equipment
in the same stations on centralized management
is realized by Q2 (RS485) or Q2Et (10/100BaseTx)
ODS2G5C8 interface.
„„ Interconnection of SDH equipment (OTS622) in
OTSS622s-21E1/E3 network is realized through DCC channels (192
+FE-5 module kbit/s, 576 kbit/s).
ODS2G5C8 „„ Additional G.703 / 2 Mbit/s interface is used for
connections of several independent subnetwork
STM-4 on one centralized management system SUNCE-M.
OTSS622-84E1 Exchange
STM-4 „„ SNMP northbound and southbound interfaces
„„ SNMP MIB
„„ Control and monitoring using standard SNMP
viewer

OTSS622-84E1 Power supply


OTSS622-84E1 „„ DC power supply –48 V DC or –60 V DC
„„ Optional 230 V AC internal power supply for
OTS622s systems
OTSS622s-21E1
Ethernet
Exchange over SDH Exchange Mechanical design
„„ Unit: 20 x 277 x 175 mm (H x W x D)
„„ Mechanical modules
Exchange
„„ OTS622s: 44.5 x 436.6 x 199.5 mm
„„ OTS622-21E1: 150 x 436.6 x 199.5 mm
OTS622 application in complex STM-4 network „„ OTS622-84E1: 150 x 436.6 x 199.5 mm
„„ ETSI or 19”cabinet: 2200 x 600 x 300 mm
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T E C H N I C A L D ATA

OTS main unit OTS622s-21E1 compact 1U system Plug-in SFP transceivers


 same functionalities as OTS unit, STM-4: ITU-T G.957
TMN interface RS232/V.24, 10/100 BaseTX,  but without interfaces for 34 Mbit/s and Ethernet
 Q2 (RS485), Q2Et (10/100 BaseTX), 2 Mbit/s / G.703 OI.S4A LC/FPLD 1310 nm/15 km
EOW telephone interface OTS622s-21E1/E3  compact 1U system OI.L4A LC/DFBLD 1310 nm/48 km

OTS622 SDH/SONET Multiservice Optical Transport Systems


Z (2-wire)
 same functionalities as OTS unit, OI.L4B LC/DFBLD 1550 nm/80 km
DCC (F1 or E2) interface 64 kbit/s, V11
 but without interfaces for Ethernet
Performance management G.826, G.783 OI.L4B1 LC/DFBLD 1550 nm/120 km
FE-5  Fast Ethernet interfaces module STM-1: ITU-T G.957
21 x 2 Mbit/s interface G.703 (120/75 Ω)
 for OTS622s systems
Mapping/multiplexing G.707 at paths: OI.S1A1 LC/FPLD 1310 nm/15 km
Ethernet interface 4 x10/100 BaseTx (IEEE 802.3)
 VC12/TU-12/TUG-2/TUG-3/VC4/AU-4/AUG/STM-N OI.S1A LC/FPLD 1310 nm/40 km
 1 x100 BaseFx (IEEE 802.3)
OI.S1B LC/DFBLD 1550 nm/93 km
3 x 34 Mbit/s interface G.703 (75 Ω)
GbE-2 Gigabit Ethernet interface module
Mapping/multiplexing G.707 at paths: OI.S1 electrical CMI/12.7 dB at 78 MHz
 for OTS622s systems
VC3/TU3/TUG-3/VC4/AU-4/AUG/STM-N FE: IEEE 802.3
Ethernet interface 1x1000 BaseT/BaseX (IEEE 802.3)
OI.S1A1 LC/FPLD 1310 nm/15 km
Ethernet interface 4 x10/100 BaseTx (IEEE 802.3)
Traffic protection OI.S1A LC/FPLD 1310 nm/40 km
 1 x100 BaseFx (IEEE 802.3)
Mapping GFP-F G.7041 (n x VC12, n x VC3 or VC4) Line protection 1+1 MSP OI.S1B LC/DFBLD 1550 nm/93 km
Capacity adjustment, LCAS static, dynamic Path protection VC12, VC3, VC4 GbE: IEEE 802.3
Subnetwork protectionSNCP
2 x 155/622 Mbit/s interface G.957, G.703 OI.GbE-AS LC/MQW FPLD 1310 nm/10 km
Jitter and wander G.825 OI.GbE-A LC/DFBLD 1310 nm/30 km
Power consumption max 30 W OI.GbE-ZX LC/DFBLD 1550 nm/60 km
EI.GbE-RJ45 RJ45/CAT5/CATe/CAT6/100 m
OTS-G main unit
Same as OTS except:
Ethernet interface 1x1000 BaseT/BaseX (IEEE 802.3)

STI2-63 tributary unit


63 x E1 interface G.703 (120/75 Ω)
Jitter and wanderG.823
Mapping/multiplexing G.707 at paths:
VC12/TU-12/TUG-2/TUG-3/VC4/AU-4/AUG/STM-N
Power consumption max 25 W

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WDM/CWDM/OADM
Passive Optical Mux/Demux & Optical Add/Drop Multiplexers
WDM/CWDM/OADM Passive Optical Mux/Demux & Optical

λ3 λ3
OADM-1
Add/Drop Multiplexers

λ4
λ4
λ2
λ1
λ1 CWDM OADM-1
λ2
OADM-2
CWDM4 λ11511
„„ Passive optical modules for increasing the capacity λ21531
of a single optical fiber using wavelength-division
λ31551
multiplexing
λ2 λ1 λ41571
„„ Passive WDM multiplexers for increasing the λ4λ3
λ4 λ3 λ2 λ1
capacity of a single optical fiber, for up to 2
wavelengths 1310/1550 nm
„„ Passive CWDM Mux/Demux for increasing the capac-
ity of a single optical fiber, for up to 4 or 8 wavelengths
1471/1491/1511/1531/1551/1571/1591/1611 nm
„„ Passive optical add/drop multiplexer for one or two
wavelengths

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T E C H N I C A L D ATA

WDM CWDM8e MUX/DEMUX modules WDM-8


2 wavelengths per one fiber [nm] 1310, 1550 8+1 wavelengths [nm] 1471, 1491, 1511, 1531, Rack mechanical construction for up to eight
 1551, 1571, 1591,1611 +1310 WDM/CWDM/OADM modules 19”/ETSI/1U height
Isolation 25 dB/45* dB
 (*high isolation option) Maximum insertion loss 2.8 dB, (0.8 dB for 1310) Power supply  NO (passive modules)

WDM/CWDM/OADM Passive Optical Mux/Demux & Optical


Maximum insertion loss 0.4 dB Isolation30 dB adjacent, 50 dB non-adjacent channels
Optical connector LC Mechanical dimensions
Optical connector LC or FC/PC
WDM-8 44.5 x 436.6 x 200 mm
CWDM4 MUX/DEMUX modules OADM-1 ADD/DROP module WDM/CWDM/OADM modules 17,3 x 90 x 140 mm
4 wavelengths [nm] 1511, 1531 1551, 1571  add and drop 1 selected wavelength
 optionally any combination from CWDM8  from CWDM range 1417-1611 nm
 (*option add/drop 1310 channel - module OADM-1e)
Maximum insertion loss 1.2* dB/1.8 dB
 (*ultra low insertion loss option) Maximum insertion loss
 1 dB for add/drop channel

Add/Drop Multiplexers
Isolation30 dB adjacent, 50 dB non-adjacent channels  1.2 dB for pass through channel
Optical connector LC Isolation30 dB adjacent, 50 dB non-adjacent channels
CWDM4e MUX/DEMUX modules Optical connector LC
4+1 wavelengths [nm] 1511, 1531 1551, 1571 +1310 OADM-2 ADD/DROP module
 optionally any combination from CWDM8  add and drop 2 selected wavelengths
Maximum insertion loss 1.8 dB, (0.8 dB for 1310)  from CWDM range 1417-1611 nm
Isolation30 dB adjacent, 50 dB non-adjacent channels  (*option add/drop 1310 channel - module OADM-2e)
Optical connector LC Maximum insertion loss
 1.2 dB for add/drop channel
CWDM8 MUX/DEMUX modules  1.6 dB for pass through channel
8 wavelengths [nm] 1471, 1491, 1511, 1531, Isolation30 dB adjacent, 50 dB non-adjacent channels
 1551, 1571 1591, 1611 Optical connector LC
Maximum insertion loss 1.8* dB/2.8 dB
 (*ultra low insertion loss option)
Isolation30 dB adjacent, 50 dB non-adjacent channels
Optical connector LC

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FM-MSAN (FM8x2)
MULTISERVICE ACCESS MULTIPLEXER

„„ Multiservice Access Node (MSAN)


„„ Universal access PSTN
„„ 8 to 72 external and 16 to 80 internal links 2 Mbit/s
„„ Digital channel cross-connect between all 88 links
(non blocking)
„„ Concentrator according to V5.2 up to 2400 subscribers, for
Access Systems

remote multiplexers and/or V5.2 access nodes


„„ Protocol conversion V5.2-CAS
„„ Built in optical transmission, TDMoIP access, multiple
conference and service channels avaible

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Applications User interfaces „„ 64 kbit/s digital interface, codirectional G.703
FM-MSAN access multiplxer is designed to allow „„ 2w/4w analog voice interface with E/M signaling „„ n x 64 kbit/s digital interface with X.21 interfece
transmission of voice and data in access telecom- „„ 2w analog voice interface ATA – for direct connec- „„ Asynhronous/synhronous digital interface V.24,
munication networks. It can be configured as access tion to a phone up to 38.4 kbit/s
multiplexer, drop/insert, cross-connect and fractional „„ ISDN basic rate access U interface
„„ 2w analog voice interface ATC – for direct connec-
multiplexer and concentrator according to V5.2. „„ SHDSL, n×64 kbit/s interface
tion to a exchange
„„ 2w analog voice interface LB – for direct connec- „„ Ethernet 10/100 BaseT and 100 BaseFX interface
Features

FM-MSAN (FM8x2) MULTISERVICE ACCESS MULTIPLEXER


tion to a phone with local battery supply „„ Conference connection
„„ Supports over 15 different transmission and sub-
scriber, analog and digital interfaces
„„ Redudant central unit
8 x E1 8 x E1
„„ Cross-connect non-blocking switching fabric for G.703, 2 Mb/s, V5.2 G.703, 2 Mb/s
Optical
up to 88 E1 links, CAS signalling includid Fibre TDMoIP
„„ Up to 21 universal unit slots per subracks 64 kb/s G.703
P
„„ Up to 20 channels per unit

PE-1
PT

T
PO
PC
„„ Advanced traffic protection mechanism for E1 O n x 64 kb/s
LTS-E1
links
≤115,6 kb/s V.24/V.28 PN6
4A PSH E1 G.703
SHDSL
„„ Line test access n x 64 kb/s LTS-ET n x 64 kb/s
n x 64 kb/s V.11/X.21 PN64 Ethernet 10/100 BaseTx
„„ Concentrator according V5.1/V5.2 protocol for SAN
FM-M LTS-X n x 64 kb/s
POTS and ISDN-BRI/PRI
PET X.21
„„ Intergarted Optical Transmission Unit n x 64 kb/s PL
B

PIU-NT

PIU-LT
PEM
Ethernet 10/100 BaseTx

PA
„„ Intergrated TDM over IP Line Card LB

PA

T
„„ NMS based on client server application with data
ATA
base replication ATC
„„ SNMP based agent

Configurations ATC U ISDN, 2B+D U ISDN, 2B+D NT ISDN

„„ FMV– multiplex, cross-connect, control and power NTX 64/128 kb/s, X.21
supplay unit with V5.2 interface NTI-X
ATC E/M NTI-CO 64 kb/s, G.703
„„ Various types of channel units with up to 20 user
interfaces NTI-ET 64/128, 144 kb/s
Ethernet 10/100 BaseTx
„„ PE1 – 8xE1 interfaces unit, up to 8 units per FM-
MSAN NTI-R V.24/V.28

„„ Rack configuration – 1 to 4 subracks, 21 (19, 12)


universal unit slots, 2 special slots for central unit

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Channel units „„ PIU-LT – 4 channels, ISDN U interface, 2B1Q for Control and monitoring
direct connection to a ISDN phone
„„ PEM10 – 10 channels 2w/4w with E/M signaling Integrated network management system SUNCE-M
„„ PIU-NT – 4 channels, ISDN U interface, 2B1Q for provides continuous management of FM-MSAN and
„„ PAT10 – 10 channels, ATA interface
direct connection to a ISDN exchange all other IRITEL’s SDH and PDH equipment (ODS155,
„„ PAT20 – 20 channels, ATA interface OTS622 ...)
„„ PSH – 4 channels, SHDSL n×64 kbit/s interface or
„„ PAC10 – 10 channels, ATC interface 2 Mbit/s or Ethernet over SHDSL For NMS system integration we support standard
„„ PLB10 – 10 channels, LB interface „„ PET – 3 channels, n×64 kbit/s Ethernet bridge with interface based on SNMP protocol
FM-MSAN (FM8x2) MULTISERVICE ACCESS MULTIPLEXER

„„ PCO – 10 channels, 64 kbit/s digital interface, 10/100 BaseT or/and 100 Base FX interface
codirectional G.703 „„ PCF – up to 5 conferences with up to 60 users Synhronization
„„ PN64 – 4 channels, n×64 kbit/s, V.11/X.21 inter- „„ POT - Integrated Optical Transmission unit with „„ From internal built-in oscillator (± 25 ppm)
face 1+1 APS and additional 2xE1 „„ From external 2 048 kHz clock
„„ PN64A – 4 channels, asynchronous/synchro- „„ PTP - TDM over IP Transmission Unit with addi- „„ From received clock on any external link
nous transmission from 2.4 up to 115.6 kbit/s, tional 2xE1
V24/V.28 „„ From received clock on a chosen digital channel
interface

Mechanical design
„„ Unit (233×160×20 mm) and (233×175×20mm)
„„ 19”/ETSI cabinet’s rack (300×483/533×230 mm)
„„ 19”/ETSI cabinet for 4 subracks (2200×600×300
mm)
„„ ETSI cabinet for 3 subracks (1200×600×400 mm)
„„ Wall mount cabinet for 17 or 14 units and unin-
teruptable power supply (650×600×300 mm)

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T E C H N I C A L D ATA

E1 Tributaries 2 wire analog voice interface ATA Asynchronous/synchronous digital


2048 kbit/s according to ITU-T G.703, G.704 and G.706 Impedance ETSI/600 Ω interface V.24/V.28
Relative levels  transparent transmission up to 115.6 kbit/s
2w/4w analog voice interface output –7 dBr±3 dB (in 0.1 dB steps)
with E/M signaling input 0 dBr±3 dBr (in 0.1 dB steps) ISDN interface
Impedance  600 Ω Loop feeding 48 V/2x400 Ω, U interface channel structure: 2B+D

FM-MSAN (FM8x2) MULTISERVICE ACCESS MULTIPLEXER


Relative levels  loop resistance up to 1200 Ω,  line code: 2B1Q
2w/4w input and output levels –16 up to +4 dBr Ringing signal from  according to ETSI ETR 080
in steps 0.1 dB ring generator (GZV15) 50 do 75 Veff/25 Hz
SHDSL interface
E/M signaling Metering
 according to ETSI TS 101 524 and ITU-T G.991.2
output (E)≤ 50 mA/150 V frequency (standard/option) 16/12 kHz ± 1%
input (M)≤ 500 Ω (2 mA) Ethernet bridge interface
2 wire analog voice interface LB
2 wire analog voice interface ATC 10/100 BaseT and 100 BaseFXaccording to IEEE 802.3
Impedance 600 Ω
Impedance 600 Ω Relative levels External clock reference
Relative levels output –4 dBr±3 dB (in 0.1 dB steps)  2048 kHz according to ITU-T G.703/10
output –4 dBr±3 dB (in 0.1 dB steps) input –3 dBr±3 dB (in 0.1 dB steps)
input –3 dBr±3 dB (in 0.1 dB steps) Ringing load impedance > 1 kΩ + 0.47µF TMN interface
Loop current ≤ 60 mA Ringing detection level 15 up to 35 Veff /25 Hz SUNCE-M (proprietary) F (RS232/V.24 or
Loop resistance ≤ 350 Ω  10/100 BaseTX Ethernet),
Maximum ringing voltage 90 Veff  Q2 (RS485), Q2Et (10/100 bT)
Ringing load impedance > 1 kΩ + 0.47µF Ringing frequency 16 do 50 Hz SNMP/V1/V2/V3 RFC 3895 (DS1/E1),
Ringing detection level 15 up to 35 Veff /25 Hz Ringing signal from  RFC 2494 (DS0), RFC 4316 (SHDSL)
Maximum ringing voltage 90 Veff ring generator (GZV15) 50 do 75 Veff/25 Hz  Proprietary MIB extension for DS0
Ringing frequency 16 up to 50 Hz
Metering
64 kbit/s digital interface Operating temperature range
 according to ITU-T G.703, codirectional  -50 C up to +450 C
frequency(standard/option) 16/12 kHz ± 1%
sensitivity level 85 mV  (class 3.2)
n x 64 kbit/s digital interface
 according to ITU-T V.11/X.21 or V.35

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PIU
4 ISDN tributaries with U interface

„„ Provides connection to ISDN exchange for 4 remote


subscribers, via multiplexers FM2x2, FM-MSAN
„„ Single pair subscriber loop with 2B1Q line code
„„ PIU-LT (Line Termination) and PIU-NT (Network
Termination) options
Access Systems

4 x ISDN U

Alarms

Main
Alarms

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Applications Control and monitoring T echnical data
PIU unit, as tributary unit within multiplexers FM2x2 PIU unit within multiplexers FM2x2 and FM-MSAN ISDN U interface ITU-T G.960, G.961 compliant
and FM-MSAN provides connection of remote cus- can be controlled by PC software SUNCE-M (Network
Transport type duplex
tomer to ISDN exchange. User NT1 equipment is NT Manager):
(network termination), whereas U-interface at ex- Transport medium one twisted-pair
„„ PIU unit configuration
change side is LT. Therefore, PIU unit at customer side Line code 2B1Q
must be PIU-LT, and PIU unit at exchange side PIU-NT. „„ time slot assigning
Line speed 80 kboud ± 100 ppm
Remote subscriber can be connected with ISDN „„ remote power feed control 64kbit/s channels per interface 2.5
exchange via more than one PIU-LT/PIU-NT pair, but „„ performance monitoring control Maximum line attenuation
maximum number of regenerators is six (i.e. three LT/ at 40 kHz 36 dBm
NT pairs). For test purposes ISDN exchange can send „„ alarm monitoring control
at 80 kHz 45 dBm
diagnostic commands through EOC channel to each „„ Alarm monitoring Maximum line resistance
PIU unit in chain. 3 bits are reserved for address. “0” is ISDN exchange has loopback control over PIU unit by without repeaters 1048 Ω
address of NT1 equipment, “1” to “6” are for PIU units in means of EOC. with repeaters 1300 + 700 Ω
chain, and “7” is for all stations in chain (broadcast).
Synchronization

PIU ISDN subscriber unit with U interface


Activation and deactivation of U-interfaces is initiated
from NT1 or exchange. frame 1.5 ms
Basic functions multiframe 12 ms
„„ 4 ISDN U interfaces on PIU unit Scrambling 1 + X-18 + X-23
„„ One U-ISDN occupies 2.5 64kbit/s channels in CRC12 X12 + X11 + X3 + X + 1
FM2x2 and FM-MSAN multiplex Remote power 105 V
„„ Position of U-ISDN in multiplex is configurable by
management software
„„ Transport via single pair is accomplished by use of
2B1Q line code with near-end echo cancellation PIU/FM2x2 regenerator chain between remote subscriber and ISDN exchange
„„ PIU-LT is equipped with remote power feed source,
2B+D Transparency
which can provide power feeding of NT1 without
local power supply
U ISDN ISDN U
„„ Copper-pair interruption detection Exchange
PIU (NT) PIU (LT) ISDN U
PIU (NT) PIU (LT) ISDN U
PIU (NT) PIU (LT) ISDN U
NT1
(LT) G.703 G.703 G.703
„„ Short-circuited copper-pair detection FM2x2
2 Mbit/s
FM2x2 FM2x2
2 Mbit/s
FM2x2 FM2x2
2 Mbit/s
FM2x2

„„ Remote loopback control from ISDN exchange

EOC = 0
EOC = 1

EOC = 2

EOC = 3

EOC = 4

EOC = 5

EOC = 6
through EOC
Embeded Operations Channel (EOC)
„„ Performance monitoring

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PET
3 digital nx64 kbit/s Ethernet Bridge subscribers with 10/100BaseT or 100BaseFX interface

„„ Provides connection of remote LAN network with Ethernet


10/100Base-TX or 100Base-FX interface via telecommunication
network with n x 64 kbit/s data rate.
„„ Programming the number (1 do 31) of 64 kbit/s channels for any
of 3 digital subscribers.
Access Systems

10 0/
T
0b
1

FX
0b

T
10

0b

Ethernet
/10
10

Bridge #1
FX
0b
10

T
0b

FX

Ethernet
/10

0b

Bridge #2
10

10

Main Control
alarms Ethernet
signals
Bridge #3

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Applications T echnical data Ethernet 100 BaseFX SFP plug-in module
PET unit, as tributary unit within multiplexers, is Ethernet 10/100 BaseT Transport type duplex
used when subscriber want to connect devices with Optical characteristics  IEEE 802.3
Transport type duplex Transmission  singlemode optical fiber
Etherent 10/100 Base-T or 10/100 Base FX interfaces
Electrical characteristics  IEEE 802.3 Section length  2000 m
through the transport telecommunication network.
Transmission  symmetrical Connector  SC
Any of 3 ports realize the Switch function on level
Section length (UTP cable class 5)  135 m
2 (MAC level). PET unit can be programmed at nx64
Connector  RJ45
kbit/s rate on Ethernet Bridge interface to the trans-
port network.

Basic functions

PET n x 64 kbit/s Ethernet Bridge subscriber unit


„„ 3 independent Ethernet Switches on one unit,
10/100 Base T/100 Base FX interface and one LAN
internal WAN interface for nx64 kbit/s Ethernet Eth
ISP PET
Brigde function Internet Multiplexer
Switch FMP
„„ Electrical Ethernet interfaces (10/100 BaseT) sup-
port auto negotiation procedure which determine E1, E3 E1
Eth
the type of interface (10 or 100 Mbit/s, full or half Remote STM1/4 PET
Eth
E1
duplex) stations FMP
Eth Switch
„„ All three Ethernet Switches can be configurated E1

FMP
PET
for VLAN Eth SDH/PDH
network
„„ Support for QoS priority choice according to the
port or IEE802.1p Corporate
E1 LAN
„„ LED diodes for links activity, full/half duplex trans- E1, E3
mission and data rate STM1/4
LAN FMP
„„ Integrated control and monitoring Eth
Switch PET Internet
„„ When autonegotation is switched off it is pos-
sible to programme all three 10/100 BaseT ports
independently
„„ Flow control for full duplex transmission according
to IEE802.3x or back pressure flow control for half
duplex transmission
„„ Automatic address learning for MAC frame switch-
ing

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PN64
4 digital interfaces of X.21/V.11 type, n x 64 kbit/s

„„ Provides connection of terminal equipment (DTE) with


n x 64kbit/s X.21/V.11 interface to telecommunication
network via multiplexers FM2x2 and FM-MSAN (DCE)
„„ Independent selection of number (1 to 31) of 64 kbit/s
channels for each interface
Access Systems

n x 64
X.21

n x 64
X.21
Control
Signals
Main
Alarms
Control
Signals n x 64
X.21 n x 64
X.21

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Applications Control and monitoring T echnical data
PN64 unit, as tributary unit within multiplexers FM2x2, PN64 unit within multiplexers FM2x2 and FM-MSAN X.21 interface ITU-T X.27, V.11 compliant
and FM-MSAN, provides network access to customer is controlled by PC software SUNCE-M (Network
Transportduplex
equipment based on X.21 interface. Bit rate n x 64 Manager):
kbit/s on X.21 interface is programmable and not de- Transport medium 6 twisted-pairs
„„ PN64 unit configuration:
pendant on protocol type used for providing service Connector 15-pin SUBD, female
to customer. „„ activation/deactivation of interfaces
No. of 64kbit/s intervals per interface 1 to 31
„„ time slot assigning Line rate n x 64 kbit/s
Basic functions contradirectional/codirectional selection
„„ Maximum line length
„„ 4 n x 64kbit/s X.21 interfaces on one board up to128 kbit/s 1300 m
„„ referent clock selection
„„ Programmable position in multiplex for each n x up to 2048 kbit/s 60 m
„„ Alarm monitoring
64 kbit/s channel, independent
Copper-pair termination
„„ Number of 64 kbit/s channels, n per interface can

PN64 subscriber unit, n x 64 kbit/s, X.21/V.11


Transmit (R, S, B and I signals) 120 Ω
be 1, 2,..., 31
Receive (T, X, C signals) 120 Ω
„„ Independent selection of X.21 interface type:
codirectional or contradirectional
„„ Byte Timing signal (B) is available for contradirec- X.25 X.21 PN64
tional interface type Frame Relay n x 64 kbit/s
(DTE) FMP
„„ Selectable Byte Timing signal type: time slot (byte)
or PCM frame of FM2x2 and FM-MSAN
„„ Codirectional interface type can be referent clock PDH
E1
source for multiplexers FM2x2 and FM-MSAN Subscriber SDH
„„ Asymmetric capacity is possible for codirectional (DTE)
E1 FMP
interface type n x X.21 PN64
64
„„ Unused interfaces can be switched off for power kb
it/s n x X.21
SDH/PDH 64 X.21
saving kb
it/s
Network Audio
PN64 E1
„„ States of near (DCE) and far (DTE) end are displayed video
FMP service
by front LEDs PDH (DTE)
SDH
Multiplexer
E1

TCP/IP
FMP Router
X.21
(DTE)
PN64 n x 64 kbit/s

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PCO
10 digital G.703 64 kbit/s codirectional interfaces

„„ Provides connection for 10 independent subscribers with


G.703 64 kbit/s codirectional interfaces via multiplexers
FM2x2 and FM-MSAN
Access Systems

5x64 kbit/s
G.703

Tributaries
Alarms Main
Alarms Tributaries 5x64 kbit/s
Alarms G.703

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Applications T echnical data Output

PCO unit, as a tributary unit within multiplexers FM2x2 Impedance 120 Ω


G.703 64kbit/s codirectional
and FM-MSAN provides connection between remote Impulse level 1 V ±0,1 V
Transmission full duplex
customers having equipment based on ITU-T G.703 Impulse width single 3900 ns
64 kbit/s codirectional interface though TDM based Transmission medium 2 pairs  double 7800 ns

PCO subscriber unit with G.703 64 kbit/s codirection interface


telecommunication network. Each interface is abso- Line speed 256 kbit/s±100 pmm Impulse shape according to ITU-T G.703
lutely transparent regarding the protocol that gives Framing unframed  single 5a/G.703
particular service to the customer.  octet framing  double 5b/G.703
Input Section length 800m or better
Impedance 120 Ω  With 24AWG twisted pairs
Basic characteristics
Loss at 128 kHz 0 do 3 dB Connector 25-pin, D-type, female
„„ 10 independent 64 kbit/s G.703 codirectional  jointly for 5 interfaces
interfaces accessible from rear side Return loss:

„„ Each channel could be programmed to occupy 4 to 13 kHz ≥12 dB


13 to 256 kHz ≥18 dB
any time slot into any external E1 link
256 to 384 kHz ≥14 dB
„„ Octet framing programming capability for each
channel
„„ Power saving mode for the unused interfaces
„„ Each channel can be programmed to be syn- G.703 PCO
chronization source for multiplexers FM2x2 and 64 kbit/s
FM-MSAN FMP

Mainframe
Control and monitoring E1
Subscriber
PCO unit within multiplexers FM2x2 and FM-MSAN (DTE)
E1 FMP
is controlled by PC software SUNCE-M (Network G.7
64 03 PCO
Manager): kb G
it/s 64 .703
SDH/PDH kb
„„ PCO unit configuration: it/s
PCO Network
E1 Audio
„„ Interface activation and deactivation video
FMP service
„„ Time slot allocation (DTE)
Multiplexer
„„ Framing type definition E1

„„ Alarm monitoring
FMP
„„ Synchronization G.703
PCO 64 kbit/s
„„ Centralized alarm monitoring and acquisition
functions

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PN64A
8 digital interfaces of V.24/V.28 type

„„ Asynchronous transmission independent from code


and data rate
„„ Data rate in multiplex 64 kbit/s to 384 kbit/s
„„ Submultiplexing up to 8 channels in 64 kbit/s
Access Systems

„„ Interface data rate: 2400 bit/s up to 115.6 kbit/s

Control
Signals
V.24
V.24 #8
V.24 #7
V.24 #6
V.24 V.24 V.24 V.24
#5
#1 #2 #3 #4

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Applications Control and monitoring T echnical data
PN64A unit, as tributary unit within multiplexers PN64A unit within multiplexers FM2x2 and FM-MSAN Number of interfaces 8
FM2x2 and FM-MSAN, provides network access to is controlled by PC software SUNCE-M (Network Digital interface (TD, RD, RTS, DCD) ITU-T V.24/V.28
customer equipment based on V.24/V.28 interface for Manager):
Transmission method asynchrounos transparent
transparent asynchronous data transmission. Used
„„ PN64A unit configuration:  (ITU-T R.111)
multiplex data rate for transmission is software pro-
grammed and can be 64 kbit/s up to 384 kbit/s and „„ activation/deactivation of interfaces Connector (EIA-561) RJ-45
submultiplexing up to 8 channels in 64 kbit/s. „„ time slots assigning No. of 64kbit/s time slots 1 to 6
Interface data rate 2400 bit/s up to 115.6 kbit/s
„„ submultiplex assigning
Basic functions Asynchronous distortion <8%
„„ Alarm monitoring
„„ 8 interfaces V.24/V.28 on one unit
„„ Programmable position of used channels in mul-
tiplex
„„ Selection of data rate in multiplex for transmission:
64 to 384 kbit/s
„„ Submultiplexing up to 8 channels in 64 kbit/s
„„ Asynchronous transmission independent from X.25 X.21 PN64
code and data rate Frame Relay n x 64 kbit/s
(DTE) FMP

PN64 subscriber unit, V.24/V.28


E1
PDH
SDH

E1 FMP
2.4 V.2
to 4 /V. PN64A
115 28 2.4 V.2
.6
kb to 4/V
.
5.6 28
it/s SDH/PDH 11
Network kb
PN64A E1 it/s

FMP PDH
SDH
Multiplexer
E1

TCP/IP
FMP Router
X.21
(DTE)
PN64 n x 64 kbit/s

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FMOP
FLEXIBLE MULTIPLEXER OPTICAL PLATFORM

„„ Universal TDM narrowband and packet broadband optical


transmission platform
„„ Up to 400 equivalent 64 kbit/s subscribers
„„ Wire speed broadband Ethernet Services
„„ Point to point leased line or switched TDM services over optical
transmission medium
Access Systems

„„ 1+1 optical Automatic Protection Switch (APS)

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Applications „„ 4 E1 PDH tributary interfaces for 2 Mbit/s „„ Plug-in SFP optical transceivers, provides different
„„ Full non-blocking cross-connect fiber type and section lengths
FMOP is flexible multiplexer specially designed to
allow transmission of TDM narrowband voice and „„ Up to 21 universal unit slots per subracks „„ Wire speed Ethernet bridge functionality
data signals and broadband Ethernet packet data in „„ Up to 20 channels per unit „„ Optical Line protection, 1+1
point to point configurations over optical transmis- „„ Various synchronization sources are available, „„ Advanced fault diagnosis (integrated BER tester)
sion medium. received clock from line, from a subchannel, from
Device enables reliable and high quality TDM internal oscillator or from external reference User interfaces
voice and data services with low latency and guar- „„ Line test access „„ Analog: 2w/4w with E/M signaling, 2w FXS, 2w
anteed throughput. FMOP helps user to protect their „„ Integrated network management system, SNMP FXO, Magnetic
existing investments in legacy TDM based CO and and SUNCE support „„ Digital 64 and nx64 kbit/s: X.21, asynhronous/

FMOP FLEXIBLE MULTIPLEXER OPTICAL PLATFORM


CPE equipment and at the same time enable smooth synhronous V.24, ISDN U, SHDSL, Ethernet
transition to a new broadband services. For the users „„ Supports fiber rings and complex network struc-
who requires guaranteed quality of services FMOP ture
represents unparallel solution compared to a VoIP
technology.
Typically FMOP find application for:
CENTRAL OFFICE
BRANCH
„„ Connecting remote analog subscribers, FXS, FXO OFFICE
„„ Connecting remote ISDN BRA subscribers
Lea
s
„„ Leased line access to Internet Service Providers E1 S ed Lin FMOP
erv e
ices
(ISP) E1
TD
M
e d es
„„ Leased line services over E1 for corporate PABX POTS POTS
h ic
itc rv
Sw Se
connections
ISDN BRI Subscriber FMOP
„„ IP DSLAM connections to remote IP SWITCH units for Leased Line
E1 Services
analog and E1
FMOP multiplexer is suitable to be used by: digital
WDM/DWDM
narrowband Dark Fiber g and
switched and Leased Line Analo
„„ Public telecommunication networks operators Modem leased line Digital Services
services
CORPORATE
„„ Public utility companies HEADQUARTERS
Lea
„„ Large and medium sized companies Ethernet sed
Lin
eD
igit
„„ Government offices and agencies Ethernet al S
erv
Router ices

Features
„„ Supports over 15 different transmission and IP SWITCH ISP
Class 4/5
subscriber, analog and digital interfaces. Shares
the same channel units with other multiplexers IP DSLAM
from IRITEL.

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FOP4/8/16
4/8/16xE1 + 2xFE over Fiber Multiplexer

„„ Local displaying of remote device alarms


„„ Simultaneously multiplexes 16 E1 and one
10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet tributaries „„ Compact 1U, stand alone or 19”/ETSI mount
options
„„ Plug in optical transceivers supporting short,
medium, long, dual or single fiber options „„ External office/environmental dry contact alarm
inputs and orderwire option
„„ Up to 120 km section length
Access Systems

„„ 220V AC and/or -48V DC options (dual power


„„ 1+1 optical Automatic Protection Switch (APS)
protection)
option
„„ Embedded BER Built In Self Test (BIST) on all
„„ Ring topology support
E1 tributaries and Optical line
„„ Control and monitoring over Embedded Web
server and SNMP (MIB: RFC-2495, RFC 2233,
RFC 2493) support for NMS

8 x E1 E1 LED IP reset 2 x SFP


2 x 10/100 Eth MNG Eth

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Description „„ SNMP northbound and southbound interfaces Ethernet interface 2 x10/100 BaseTx
SNMP MIB  (IEEE 802.3)
FOP16 is optical transmission equipment that com-
bines up to 16 TDM E1 signals and one packet oriented „„ Control and monitoring using standard SNMP Power supply
100 Mbit/s Ethernet signal through the fiber link. viewer DC input voltage  –36 to –72 V
Besides, optical multiplexer FOP16 provides many Power consumption  <4 W
value-added functions and interfaces in order to meet T echnical data Environmental conditions
different customers needs. It is a very flexible and ef- Optical interface 155520 kbit/s
ficient way to use the FOP16 in optical transmission Climatic conditions  class 3.1 ETSI
network for voice, data, and wireless applications. Number of interfaces up to 2xSFP Temperature -5ºC to +45ºC
Frame proprietary
FOP16 provides network management system for Physical dimensions (H x W x D)
Multiplexing method ITU-TG.472 like

FOP4/8/16 4/8/16xE1 + 2xFE over Fiber Multiplexer


local/remote maintenance purpose by a well known Unit  440 x 257 x 43.2 mm
Optical characteristics depends on plug in module
and friendly GUI based Web Server and standard  characteristics Weight 3.15 kg
SNMP. FOP16 also provide switch and LED indications  rack-mountable hardware included
option -S1A optical connector LC
for field application. light source FPLD, 1310 nm
On optical transmission line, the FOP16 provide output power –5 dBm
two fiber links for 1+1 protection or ring configuration. typical section length  49 km
option -S1B optical connector LC
Application light source  DFBLD, 1550 nm
output power  –5 dBm
„„ Point-to-point fiber optic links typical section length  100 km
-10
„„ Linear fiber optic networks, providing add-and sensitivity for 10 BER –34 dBm
drop capability maximum input level  –10 dBm
„„ Supports fiber rings and complex network struc- Interface G.703 2 Mbit/s
ture Type of signal  2048 kbit/s ±50 ppm HDB3
„„ Local cross-connect at E1 (2 Mbit/s) levels Nominal impedance  75 Ω asymmetric
 120 Ω symmetric
Main features Input
Max. cable attenuation  0 - 6 dB at 1024 kHz
„„ Plug-in SFP optical transceivers, provides different
Input jitter tolerance ITU-T G.823
fiber type and section lengths
Input return loss
„„ 16 E1 PDH tributary interfaces for 2 Mbit/s 12 dB in range  50 kHz to 100 kHz
„„ Full non blocking cross-connect matrix at E1 18 dB in range  100 kHz to 2 MHz
level 14 dB above  2 Mhz
„„ Wire speed Ethernet bridge functionality Output
Nominal impulse amplitude2.37 V ± 0.237 V, 75 .
„„ Optical Line protection, 1+1 Impulse shape according to  ITU-T 15/G.703
„„ Advanced fault diagnosis (integrated BER tester) Output jitter up to 100 kHz  0.25 UI p-p
„„ Integrated network management system in range 18 kHz to 100 kHz  0.05 UI p-p
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FMTP
FLEXIBLE MULTIPLEXER TDMoIP PLATFORM

„„ Universal TDM narrowband and packet broadband TDM over IP


transmission platform
„„ Up to 400 equivalent 64 kbit/s subscribers
„„ High speed broadband Ethernet Services
„„ Point to point or point to multipoint leased line or switched
TDM services over Ethernet packet based transmission network
Access Systems

„„ Various protection mechanisms


„„ SUNCE and SNMP based TMN support

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Applications „„ Various synchronization sources are available, User interfaces
received clock from line, from a subchannel, from
FMTP is flexible multiplexer specially designed to „„ Analog: 2w/4w with E/M signalling, 2w FXS, 2w
internal oscillator or from external reference
allow transmission of narrowband voice and data FXO, Magnetic
signals in point to point or point to multipoint con- „„ Line test access
„„ Digital 64 and nx64 kbit/s: X.21, asynchronous/
figurations Ethernet packet core network. „„ Integrated network management system, SNMP synchronous V.24, ISDN U, SHDSL, Ethernet
and SUNCE support
Device enables reliable and high quality TDM voice
and data services with low latency and guaranteed „„ Plug-in SFP optical transceivers, provides different
throughput. FMTP helps user to protect their existing fiber type and section lengths
investments in legacy TDM based CO and CPE equip- „„ Wire speed Ethernet bridge functionality
ment and to avoid costly E1 leased lines necessary for „„ Various protection mechanisms
existing equipment operation. For the users who re-

FMTP FLEXIBLE MULTIPLEXER TDMoIP PLATFORM


„„ Advanced fault diagnosis (integrated BER tester)
quires guaranteed quality of services FMTP represents
unparallel solution compared to a VoIP technology.
Typically FMTP find application for:
„„ Connecting remote analog subscribers, FXS, FXO
„„ Connecting remote ISDN BRA subscribers
BRANCH
„„ Leased line services over E1 for corporate PABX OFFICE
connections Le
E1 ase
„„ Wireless base station backhauling BTS Se d L
rv ine
ice FMTP
s
FMTP multiplexer is suitable to be used by: E1
M
TD CENTRAL OFFICE
e d es
„„ Public telecommunication networks operators Branch Office
E1 h ic
itc rv
Sw Se
„„ Public utility companies Router
Subscriber FMTP E1
„„ Large and medium sized companies units for 100 BTX Leased Line
BX
analog and 100 BFX Ethernet E1 Services PA
„„ Government offices and agencies digital
narrowband
IP
g and
switched and Core network 100 BTX Leased Line Analo
leased line 100 BFX Digital Services
Features POTS
services
CORPORATE
HEADQUARTERS
„„ Supports over 15 different transmission and POTS Ethernet
E1
Lea
s
subscriber, analog and digital interfaces. Shares Ethernet
E1 S ed Lin
erv e
ISDN BRI 10 BFX ices
the same channel units with other multiplexers
10
0B
0

10
TX
from IRITEL. 10 0 B
0 B TX
FX
„„ 2 E1 PDH tributary interfaces for 2 Mbit/s Modem BSC
„„ Full non-blocking cross-connect
„„ Up to 21 universal unit slots per subracks IP DSLAM
ISP
„„ Up to 20 channels per unit

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FTP4/8/16
4/8/16xE1 TDM over IP Multiplexer

„„ Simultaneously performs TDM circuit emulation over


enterprise or carrier packet-switched Ethernet L2/L3 networks
Ethernet Access and Managed Interface Converter Series

for 4, 8 or 16 E1
„„ At the Ethernet line side supports both electrical Fast and
optical 100 FX Ethernet interface
„„ Multiprotocol encapsulation supporting IPv4, IPv6, UDP, RTP,
Access Systems

L2TPv3, MPLS and Metro Ethernet.


„„ Compliant with IETF, ITU-T, MFA Forum and Metro Ethernet
Forum Technical Specifications
„„ Recovered clock jitter and wander compliant to ITU-T G.823,
G.824. Supports adaptive clock recovery, differential clock
(common clock) (using RTP), external clock
„„ Lost/misordered packet compensation
„„ FTP4/816 provide traditional leased-line and TDM switched
services transparently over IP with higher voice quality with
much lower latency than VoIP and can support all applications
that run over E1 circuits, not just voice

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Description Basic features 100 BaseFx

FTP4/8/16 is TDM circuit emulation over Ethernet „„ 4, 8 or16 E1, framed or unframed, PDH tributary Number of interfaces 1
packet switched network transmission unit. It com- interfaces Data rate 100 Mbits Full duplex
bines 4, 8 or 16 TDM E1 signals over IP based network. „„ One 10/100 electrical and one 100 optical Ethernet Connector SFP plug in module
FTP4/8/16 enables transparent services for E1 signals interface option -S1A optical connector LC
from central unit transmission over enterprise or car- light source FPLD, 1310 nm
rier Ethernet network. „„ Multiprotocol encapsulation supporting IPv4, IPv6,
UDP, RTP, L2TPv3, MPLS and Metro Ethernet output power –5 dBm
Besides TDM traffic transmission over IP based typical section length  49 km
„„ Recovered clock jitter and wander compliant to option -S1B optical connector LC
networks FTP4/8/16 provides many value-added
ITU-T G.823, G.824 synchronization interface light source  DFBLD, 1550 nm
functions in order to meet different customers needs
including different network management capabilities, „„ Lost/misordered packet compensation output power  –5 dBm
traffic protection, synchronization etc. typical section length  100 km
„„ Compliant with: -10
sensitivity for 10 BER –34 dBm
IETF PWE3 Internet drafts for SAToP, TDMoIP,

FTP4/8/16 4/8/16xE1 TDM over IP Multiplexer


„„
Applications CESoPSN, HDLC maximum input level  –10 dBm
„„ In carrier network FTP4/8/16 typically fins applica- „„ ITU-T Recommendations Y.1413 and Y.1414 Interface G.703 2 Mbit/s
tions for: (clause 10)Y.1453, Y.1452. Number of interfaces 4, 8, 16
„„ TDM services over Ethernet MAN, broadband Type of signal  2048 kbit/s ±50 ppm HDB3
„„ MFA Forum Implementation Agreements 4.1,
wireless, CATV Nominal impedance  75 Ω asymmetric
5.1 and 8.0.0
 120 Ω symmetric
„„ 2G / 2.5G cellular backhaul over IP/MPLS
„„ Metro Ethernet Forum Technical Specification Input
„„ HDLC-based traffic (ex. Frame Relay) trunking MEF8 Max. cable attenuation  0 - 6 dB at 1024 kHz
over IP/MPLS Input jitter tolerance ITU-T G.823
„„ Supports adaptive clock recovery, differential clock
„„ PSTN-IP network bridging (common clock) (using RTP), external clock and Input return loss
loopback timing modes 12 dB in range  50 kHz to 100 kHz
„„ SS7 transport over IP 18 dB in range  100 kHz to 2 MHz
„„ Integrated network management system, SNMP 14 dB above  2 Mhz
„„ In enterprise applications FPT4/8/16 is suitable
and SUNCE support
to be used for: Output
Nominal impulse amplitude2.37 V ± 0.237 V, 75 .
„„ Private line/toll bypass via Ethernet MAN T echnical data Impulse shape according to  ITU-T 15/G.703
„„ TDM PBX migration to Ethernet MAN Ethernet interfaces Output jitter up to 100 kHz  0.25 UI p-p
„„ In access networks FTP4/816 typically fins appli- Standards IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u in range 18 kHz to 100 kHz  0.05 UI p-p
cation as Multi Tenant Multi Dwelling Unit MTU/  IEEE 802.1p, IEEE 802.1Q Power supply
MDU Maximum Frame size 1536 bytes DC input voltage  –36 to –72 V
10/100 BaseTx Power consumption  <5 W
Number of interfaces 1 Environmental conditions
Data rate 10 or 100 Mbits Climatic conditions  class 3.2 ETSI
 Full/Half duplex Temperature -5ºC to +45ºC
ConnectorRJ45 35
FMVP
FLEXIBLE MULTIPLEXER VoIP PLATFORM

„„ Universal VoIP Residential Gateway Solution


„„ Up to 400 POTS analog subscribers (simultaneous
VoIP-POTS conversions)
„„ High speed broadband Ethernet Services
„„ Media engine supports various voice coders
„„ Enhanced voice processing and quality enhancement
Access Systems

„„ Signalling engine - SIP


„„ SUNCE and SNMP based TMN support

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Applications „„ Voice detection: analyses voice activity to detect „„ DTMF Relay: per RFC 2833
silence „„ Call Progress Tone Handling: per Bellcore GR-506-
FMVP is flexible multiplexer specially designed to
enable voice services to residential subscriber over „„ Packet Loss Concealment: per ITU-T G.711 Appen- CORE, ITU-T Q.35
packet switched Ethernet and IP based network. dix 1 „„ Integrated network management system, SNMP
The main 4 function of FMVP multiplexer are: Media „„ Comfort Noise Generation: per ITU-T G.711 Appen- and SUNCE support
Engine works on voice coding, Signalization Engine dix 2
deals with signalization, Application Engine controls „„ Adaptive Jitter Buffer Manager: fully adaptive or User interfaces
software applications and TDM Engine deals with static; dejitter and packet reordering „„ Subscriber: analog: 2w FXS, 2w FXO, ISDN U Line
analog and digital subscribers. „„ Audio Conferencing: support for 3 to N party audio Termination side
Device enables premium voice quality utilizing conferences „„ Auxiliary: Fast Ethernet
versatile voice quality enhancement like voice de- „„ DTMF Detect and Generate: per Bellcore GR-506-
tection, echo cancellation, packet loss concealment, CORE, TIA 464-B, ITU-T Q.23 and Q.24
comfort noise generation etc. FMVP helps user to

FMVP FLEXIBLE MULTIPLEXER VoIP PLATFORM


protect their existing investments in subscribers CPE
equipment and enables smooth transition to new
packet voice services while keeping subscriber infra- SOFT SWITCH
E1
structure intact. Besides of VoIP services FMVP offers
high speed Ethernet connection suitable to be used FMVP
for IP DSLAM connectivity thus making the FMVP ideal
packet voice and data provisioning platform.
POTS POTS
Typically FMVP find application for: X
0 BT X
F
„„ Connecting residential subscribers to VoIP Soft Subscriber 10 0 B
units for 1 0
Swtich POTS analog and Ethernet
FMVP multiplexer is suitable to be used by: digital 100 BTX IP
narrowband 100 BFX
„„ Public telecommunication networks operators switched and Core network
leased line 100
„„ Public utility companies services 100 BTX
ISDN BRI BFX
„„ Large and medium sized companies
„„ Government offices and agencies ISDN BRI Ethernet

TX
0B ISP
Features 10 0 BFX
10
„„ Supports up to 400 subscribers
„„ Supports different voice coders: PCM, ADPCM,
GSM, Fax Relay
„„ Echo cancellation: per ITU-T G.168-2000 ECAN 10
ms, 16 ms, 32 ms, 128 ms IP DSLAM

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V5CAS
PROTOCOL CONVERTOR

„„ 1 to 8 E1 links (V5)
„„ Up to 24 E1 links (CAS)
„„ Digital channel cross-connect (non blocking)
„„ Remote multiplexers (CAS) connectivity to V5 interface
(up to 660 subscribers)
„„ Concentrator according to V5.2 up to 2400 subscribers, for
Access Systems

remote multiplexers and/or V5.2 access nodes


„„ Factory customerable CAS interface for non IRITEL multiplexers

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Applications V5CAS Protocol convertor application
V5CAS Protocol convertor provide connection of
access multiplexers FM-MSAN and FM2x2 with CAS
signalling to telephone exchange with V5 protocol
(V5.1/V5.2).
V5CAS enable economic solution to use telephone
exchange’s V5.2 interfaces for connection access ATA 400
multiplexer with small number of subscribers (60 to 3 x E1 (c)
120). ISDN BRI V5CAS
V5CAS enable digital channel cross-connect (64 Protocol
kbit/s) between all 24 E1 links. Convertor
FM-MSAN

Basic functions ATA 200


1 - 8 x E1
„„ Connections of remote access nodes: FM2x2 (mul-
ISDN BRI 2 x E1 (c) V.5.2
tiplexer), FM-MSAN (concentrator) to exchange
V5.2 interface
FM-MSAN
„„ Digital channel cross-connect including cor-
responding signaling bits between all 24 links
(2 Mbit/s) (non blocking) ATA 200

V5CAS PROTOCOL CONVERTOR


„„ Control channel (20 kbit/s or 64 kbit/s) transsmi- 2 x E1 (c)
ISDN BRI
sion via V5.2 interface
FM-MSAN Exchange
Configurations 4 x E1 2 x E1
„„ FMV– multiplex, cross-connect, control and power ATA 120
supplay unit with V5.2 interface
„„ PE1 – 8xE1 interfaces unit ISDN BRI
„„ PSH – 4 x SHDSL interface unit
FM2x2 ATA 60

c - concentration up to 1:10 FM2x2


ISDN BRI

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Control and monitoring
Integrated network management system SUNCE-M
provides continuous management of V5CAS and all
other IRITEL’s SDH and PDH equipment (FM-MSAN,
FM2x2, ODS155, OTS622 ...).
For NMS system integration we support standard
interface based on SNMP protocol.

Synhronization
„„ From internal built-in oscillator (± 25 ppm)
„„ From external 2 048 kHz clock
„„ From received clock on any external link

Mechanical design
„„ Unit (233x175x20 mm and 233x100x20mm)
„„ V5CAS module (120x437x205 mm)
V5CAS PROTOCOL CONVERTOR

„„ 19”/ETSI cabinet (2200x600x300 mm)

Control and monitoring software

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T E C H N I C A L D ATA

E1 Tributaries TMN interface


2048 kbit/s according to ITU-T G.703, G.704 and G.706 SUNCE-M (proprietary) F (RS232/V.24 or
 10/100 BaseTX Ethernet),
E1 Service alarms  Q2 (RS485), Q2Et (10/100 bT)
 according to E/M signalization standard SNMP/V1/V2/V3 RFC 3895 (DS1/E1)

External clock reference Operating temperature range


 -50 C up to +450 C
 2048 kHz according to ITU-T G.703/10  (class 3.2)

(8 x E1, V5.2) (8 x E1, V5.2)

FMV

V5CAS PROTOCOL CONVERTOR


PE1

4 x E1 E1(E/M) 4 x E1 4 x E1 4 x E1
V5.2 Alarms V5.2 Alarms F(Et)/Q2Et F(RS232) V5.2 V5.2 Alarms E1(E/M)
Alarms

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PSH - SHDSL modem
4 x SHDSL, 4 x E1, 1 x Ethernet

„„ G.shdsl interface: fractional n x 64 kbit/s from cross-connect


field or 2 Mbit/s G.703 – G.shdsl interface converter
„„ G.703 interface: unframed transparent mode or E1 framer mode
„„ Ethernet over 1 to 4 SHDSL
„„ Non-blocking 336 channels cross-connect field
„„ LTU or NTU mode of G.shdsl operation
Access Systems

„„ 1 or 2 pairs G.shdsl operation


„„ Multiplexers subscriber unit or standalone unit
Modems

4 x E-1
G.703
Ethernet
RS232
Remote SHDSL
Supply Alarms SHDSL
#1,2 #3,4
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Application Monitoring and management Output
Signal 2048 kbit/s ±50 ppm (HDB3)
Each G.shdsl interface has two modes of operation. PSH unit management is integrated in IRITEL network Impedance 75 Ω/120 Ω
management system SUNCE-M, which incorporates: Impulse level 2.37 V ±0.237 V, 75 Ω
First mode is n x 64 kbit/s fractional operation,
with bit-rate in range from 144 to 2312 kbit/s (G.shdsl „„ Configuration  3 V ±0.3 V, 120 Ω
Impulse width 244 ns
subscriber application). In this mode some number „„ Alarm monitoring Impulse shape according to ITU-T 15/G.703
of 64kbit/s channels can be assigned to Ethernet Jitter according to ITU-T G.823
(Ethernet-over-G.shdsl application). „„ Performance monitoring
G.shdsl interface ETSI TS 101 524, ITU-T G.991.2
Second mode is 2.048 Mbit G.703 (without E1
Transmission symmetrical duplex
framer/deframer) to G.shdsl transparent interface T echnical data Transmission medium one or two (4-wire mode)
converter, with fixed line rate of 2.056 Mbit/s (G.703
G.703 (2 Mbit/s) ITU-T G.703/G.704 twisted pairs
range extension application), when paired with one ModulationTC-PAM
of four G.703 interfaces. Input
Line rate 152 kbit/sto 2320 kbit/s
Signal 2048 kbit/s ±50 ppm (HDB3)
G.shdsl interfaces can be paired to operate in Maximum loop length
Impedance 75 Ω/120 Ω
4-wire mode with maximum total data rate of 2.320 - 0.4 mm copper wire
Loss 0 to 6 dB at 1024 kbit/s
152 kbit/s 6000 m
Mbit/s (shared between two copper pairs, 1160 Mbit/s Jitter according to ITU-T G.823
2320 kbit/s 2200 m
each), if longer loop is needed. Return loss according to ITU-T G.703/9.3
- 0.8mm copper wire
PSH unit can operate as separate unit without 152 kbit/s 17000 m
FM-MSAN if all four G.703 – G.shdsl pairs operate as 2320 kbit/s 6300 m
interface converters.
SHDSL
PSH LTS-X
Basic characteristics E1 X.21 Router
FMP
„„ Four G.shdsl interfaces on board (ETSI SHDSL: ETSI 1-4xE1
TS 101 524, ITU-T G.shdsl: ITU-T G.991.2) ..
.
SDH/PDH E1
network
FMP
„„ High symmetric line rate of maximum 2320 kbit/s

PSH SHDSL modem


PSH
utilizes 16-level TC-PAM modulation, with near- PSH SHDSL

E1 Multiplexer
end echo-cancellation SHDSL E1
LTS-E1
..
.

E1
„„ LTU and NTU modes of G.shdsl
PSH FMP E1
„„ Line rates from 152 to 2320 kbit/s (144 to 2312 PSH
CENTRAL
E1 OFFICE
..
.

kbit/s subscriber data rate) Multiplexer


SHDSL
FMP
„„ Flexible synchronization options
Pxx LTS-ET
PBX
„„ Connector for external remote power feed X.21
ISDN
„„ LED alarm indication Eth Eth Switch

Router
ATA LAN

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NTX
iDSL modem with X.21 interface

„„ NTX is ISDN NT1 modem with U interface (2B+D), 64, 128,


144 kbit/s
„„ Enables connectivity of distant DTE devices with X.21
interface to telecommunication network, using existing access
multiplexers FM2x2 or FM-MSAN with PIU-LT or PN64 tributary
units
Access Systems

„„ Point to point connection of devices based on X.21


interface using single twisted pair transmission medium
(NTX LT and NT mode)
Modems

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Basic features Applications T echnical data
„„ One ISDN BRI U Line Termination (LT) or Network NTX is basic ISDN NT1 modem with U interface ISDN U interface ITU-T G.960, G.961
Termination (NT) interface with maximum user (2B+D). In modem version NTX enables connectivity Transport type duplex
throughput of 144 kbit/s of distant DTE devices with X.21 interface by using the Transport medium one twisted-pair
„„ Single copper pair transmission by using 2B1Q line existing telecommunication network. Access to the Line code 2B1Q
code with near end echo cancellation existing network could be realized by using Flexible Line speed 80 kboud ± 100 ppm
Multiplexer FM2x2 or FM-MSAN through the proper 64kbit/s channels per interface 2,5
„„ Automatic or manual Embedded Operation Chan- tributary units like PIU-LT or PN64. In this particular Maximum line attenuation
nel management application NTX is Network Terminating (NT) device at 40 kHz 36 dBm
„„ Accepts remote power supply provided by LT at 80 kHz 45 dBm
while tributary unit performs ISDN BRA Line termina-
Maximum line resistance
side tion (LT). Line Termination side, PIU-LT cards, besides
without repeaters 1048 Ω
„„ One X.21 interface, contradirectional, DCE or DTE of all other LT functionality provides remote power with repeaters 1300 + 700 Ω
type for 64, 128 or 144 kbit/s transmission for NTX devices. Synchronization
Another typical NTX devices application is bidi- frame 1.5 ms
„„ In DCE mode synchronization is on internal refer-
rectional point to point connection by using single multiframe 12 ms
ence Scrambling 1 + X-18 + X-23
twisted pair transmission medium. Typically this
„„ In DTE mode synchronization on X.21 S timing CRC12X12 + X11 + X3 + X + 1
configuration is suitable for direct routers connection Remote power 105 V
signal

NTX iDSL modem with X.21 interface


in campus or other similar inter-building applications.
„„ Management thought the PC Graphical User Inter- RS232 interface ITU-T V.24, V.28
In order to connect distant routers it is necessary to
face based application via RS232 interface configure NTX device in one, for instance central or X.21 interface ITU-T X.21/27, V.11
„„ Front panel LED alarm and basic configuration corporate site, in X.21 DCE and ISDN U LT mode. The Transport type duplex
status display other NTX, remote device, have to be configured as, Transport medium 6 twisted-pair
X.21 DCE and ISDN U NT. In this case synchronization Connector 15 pin SUBD female
„„ Testing and performance facility Line rate 64, 128, 144 kbit/s
is obtained from internal reference at the ISDN U LT
„„ Built In Self Test side; NT side is always synchronized to the peering LT Maximum line length
128 kbit/s 1300 m
„„ Local and Remote test loops. device. Also by adding Remote Power Supply (RPS)
Copper pair termination
device it is possible to power both NTX devices.
„„ Far End and Near End Block Error monitoring DCE Transmit (R, S, I) 120 Ω
DCE Receive (T, X, C) 120 Ω
„„ Desktop mountable case
Power
„„ External (220/110V AC/unregulated 5V DC) or External AC/DC adapter 220V ac/6V dc
(-48 V DC/5V DC) adapter options Remote power supply 40-105 V
Power consumption up to 1 W

Temperature -50 C to +450 C

Dimensions 178 x 131.5 x 36 mm

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KGET
TWO INTERFACE CONVERTORS
Ethernet over E1

„„ Two independent Ethernet E1 Bridge


Ethernet Access and Interface Converter Series

„„ Provides connection of remote LAN networks with Ethernet


10/100 BaseTX or 100 BaseFX interface via telecommunication
network with G.703, 2 Mbit/s interface
„„ Easy configuration
Access Systems

„„ Integrated control and monitoring, SUNCE-M

2 x 2 Mbit/s
G.703
Control
bT

signals
0 bT
100

bFX

100 bFX
10/

10/10
100

Main alarms Control signals


Eth. Bridge #1 Eth. Bridge #2
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Applications T echnical data Ethernet 10-100 BaseTX
The main application of KGET Interface Convertor is G.703 (2 Mbit/s) Transport type duplex
to connect devices with Ethernet interface through Input Electrical characteristics  IEEE 802.3
telecommunication network. Any of two Interface Transmission  symmetrical
Signal type 2048 kbit/s ±50 ppm (HDB3)
Convertor realize Ethernet Bridge function or Switch Section length (UTP cable class 5)  135 m
function at layer 2. Impedance 75 Ω/120 Ω
Connector  RJ45
Cable attenuation 0 to 6 dB at 1024 kbit/s
Basic functions Input jitter according to ITU-T G.823 Ethernet 100 BaseFX SFP plug-in module
Reflection attenuation according to ITU-T G.703/9.3 Transport type duplex
„„ Two independent Interface Convertors on one
Output Optical characteristics  IEEE 802.3
unit.
Signal type 2048 kbit/s ±50 ppm (HDB3) Transmission  singlemode optical fiber

KGET INTERFACE CONVERTORS - Ethernet over E1


„„ Any of two Interface Convertor realize Ethernet
Bridge function with 2048 kbit/s maximum WAN Impedance 75 Ω/120 Ω Section length  2000 m
interface capacity. Impulse level 2,37 V ±0,237 V, 75 Ω Connector  SC
 3 V ±0,3 V, 120 Ω
„„ At Ethernet side there are two ports: electrical
10/100 BaseTX interface and optical 100 BaseFX Impulse width 244 ns
interface. Impulse shape according to ITU-T 15/G.703
Output jitter according to ITU-T G.823
„„ Electrical Ethernet interfaces are half/full duplex
with auto negotiation procedure which define the
type of interface 10 or 100 Mbit/s.
„„ Interface Convertors are transparent for all higher LAN

order protocol (TCP-IP, XNS, ISO,...). LAN Switch

„„ VLAN can be configured for any port indepen- Switch

dently. Router

Router
„„ Support for QoS priority choice according to the
Eth
port or IEE802.1p Eth Switch
LAN E1
„„ Synchronization: local clock or external clock from E1
SDH/PDH
received G.703 signal. Switch
Eth KGET E1 network
E1 KGET Router
Eth
LAN
„„ Loop test possibility.
Router

„„ Integrated control and monitoring using OLC


unit.

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KGET8
INTERFACE CONVERTOR
Ethernet over 8 x E1

„„ Provides connection of remote LAN networks with Ethernet


10/100 BaseTX or 100 BaseFX interface via telecommunication
Ethernet Access and Interface Converter Series

network with G.703, 2 Mbit/s interface


„„ Easy configuration
„„ Integrated control and monitoring, SUNCE-M
Access Systems

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Applications „„ Support for QoS priority choice according to the Ethernet 10-100 BaseTX
port or IEE802.1p Transport type duplex
„„ Connection of remote LAN networks with Ethernet
interface „„ Loop test and signal generation possibility Electrical characteristics  IEEE 802.3
„„ Connection of small capacity IP DSLAM to IP „„ Integrated control and monitoring using OLC or Transmission  symmetrical
Switch FMV unit. Section length (UTP cable class 5)  up to135 m
„„ IP DSLAM and IP Base station backup/backhaul „„ Card option ready to be used in standard ETSI or Connector  RJ45
19” shelves Ethernet 100 BaseFX SFP plug-in module
„„ Remote corporative networks LAN connection
„„ Stand alone, rack or desktop mounting options Transport type duplex
Basic functions

KGET8 INTERFACE CONVERTOR - Ethernet over 8 x E1


Optical characteristics  IEEE 802.3
„„ Enables connection of remote Ethernet networks T echnical data Transmission  singlemode optical fiber
with 8 x E1 links G.703 (2 Mbit/s) Section length  up to 2000 m
„„ Broadband service based on Ethernet technology Input Connector  SC
for existing TDM PDH and SDH network Signal type 2048 kbit/s ±50 ppm (HDB3) Protocols
„„ For TDM transmission maximum capacity of non Impedance 75 Ω/120 Ω HDLC X.86/LAPS  ML-PPP
framing E1 signal is used Cable attenuation 0 to 6 dB at 1024 kHz IEEE 802.1D  bridging
„„ Interface Convertor realize Ethernet Bridge func- Input jitter according to ITU-T G.823 IEEE 802.1p  QoS
tion with 8 x 2048 kbit/s maximum WAN interface Reflection attenuation according to ITU-T G.703/9.3 IEEE 802.1Q  VLAN
capacity Output Power supply 48 Vdc or 220 Vac
„„ At Ethernet side there are two ports: electrical Signal type 2048 kbit/s ±50 ppm (HDB3) Operating temperature range -5⁰ C up to +45⁰ C
10/100 BaseTX interface and optical 100 BaseFX Impedance 75 Ω/120 Ω  (class 3.2)
interface Impulse level 2,37 V ±0,237 V, 75 Ω
„„ Electrical Ethernet interfaces are half/full duplex  3 V ±0,3 V, 120 Ω
with auto negotiation procedure which define the Impulse width 244 ns
type of interface 10 or 100 Mbit/s Impulse shape according to ITU-T 15/G.703
„„ Interface Convertors are transparent for all higher Output jitter according to ITU-T G.823
order protocol (TCP-IP, XNS, ISO,...)
„„ VLAN can be configured for any port indepen-
dently

Switch
LAN 1-8xE1
1-8xE1 Eth
Eth .. SDH/PDH ..
Router
Switch KGET8 . . KGET8
network
LAN
Router

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KGET4/8/16
ETHERNET ACCESS INTERFACE CONVERTOR
Ethernet over up to 16x E1 with GFP, VCAT and LCAS
„„ Transparent Ethernet connection over existing TDM
infrastructure
Ethernet Access and Managed Interface Converter Series

„„ Provides Ethernet connection over up to 16 E1


„„ GFP, VCAT and LCAS encapsulation and bonding for
up to 16 groups
„„ QoS and SLA Support for Ethernet subscribers
Access Systems

„„ Feature rich diagnostics and fault management on


all TDM and Ethernet ports
„„ Monitoring and Configuration via embedded Web Server
and SNMP

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Applications „„ KGET16 provides local port and in band capac- Ethernet 10-100 BaseTX
ity for remote management via embedded Web Number of ports 2, 4
„„ High Capacity Transparent Ethernet Service over
Server. For TMN purposes device provides SNMP Transport type duplex
existing PDH/SDH networks
agent
„„ IP DSLAM, WiMAX and Mobile Base station back- Electrical characteristics IEEE 802.3
„„ E1 port test facility includes loop tests and signal
haul Transmission symmetrical
generation and error measurements. All E1 ports
„„ Remote corporative networks LAN connection under tests are excluded from VCAT LCAS groups Section length (UTP cable class 5)
thus preventing Ethernet loop storms.  up to135 m
Basic features

KGET4/8/16 ETHERNET ACCESS INTERFACE CONVERTOR


Connector RJ45
„„ KGET16 complies to the latest NG-PDH stan- Ethernet 100 BaseFX SFP plug-in module
dards T echnical data
Number of ports 0, 2
E1, G.703 (2 Mbit/s)
„„ KGET16 provides transparency for all higher order Transport type duplex
protocols (TCP-IP, XNS, ISO,...) Number of ports 4, 8, 16
Optical characteristics IEEE 802.3
„„ Generic Framing Procedure (GFP) enables efficient Connector RJ45
Transmission singlemode optical fiber
Ethernet packet encapsulation and TDM band- Input
Section length up to 2000 m
width utilization Signal type 2048 kbit/s ±50 ppm (HDB3)
Connector SC
„„ Virtual Concatenation (VCAT) provides flexible Impedance 75 Ω/120 Ω
bandwidth allocation for different subscribers by Protocols
Cable attenuation 0 to 6 dB at 1024 kHz
bonding multiple E1 links into single virtual pipe Encapsulation GFP, G.7041
Input jitter according to ITU-T G.823
„„ Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme (LCAS) enables  GFPoPDH, G.8040
Reflection attenuation according to ITU-T G.703/9.3
smooth virtual pipe capacity change, by adding Bonding VCAT G7043
or removing E1 links from the pipe, without traf- Output  LCAS, G.7042
fic loss Signal type 2048 kbit/s ±50 ppm (HDB3) Delay Compensation up to 250 ms
„„ VLAN capabilities includes stacking and striping Impedance 75 Ω/120 Ω
for both ingress and egress traffic for all ports Impulse level 2.37 V ±0.237 V, 75 Ω
independently thus keeping user VLAN settings  3 V ±0,3 V, 120 Ω
unchanged. Management traffic can be isolated Impulse width 244 ns
from user traffic with separate VLAN
Impulse shape according to ITU-T 15/G.703
„„ QoS support includes per port VLAN based prior- Output jitter according to ITU-T G.823
ity or QoS based on IEE802.1p enabling fine traffic
shaping in order to fulfill user requirements for de-
lay sensitive real time voice or video applications

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KGET4/8/16S
ETHERNET ACCESS INTERFACE CONVERTOR
Ethernet over up to 16x E1 with GFP, VCAT, LCAS and Encryption
„„ Transparent Ethernet connection over existing TDM
infrastructure with built in AES Encryption
Ethernet Access and Managed Interface Converter Series

„„ Per E1 port configurable AES128/192/256 encryption module


with flexible key and access management
„„ Provides Ethernet connection over up to 16 E1
„„ GFP, VCAT and LCAS encapsulation and bonding for
Access Systems

up to 16 groups
„„ QoS and SLA Support for Ethernet subscribers
„„ Feature rich diagnostics and fault management on
all TDM and Ethernet ports
„„ Monitoring and Configuration via embedded Web Server
and SNMP

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Applications „„ VLAN capabilities includes stacking and striping Impulse width 244 ns
for both ingress and egress traffic for all ports Impulse shape according to ITU-T 15/G.703
„„ Secured High Capacity Transparent Ethernet
independently thus keeping user VLAN settings Output jitter according to ITU-T G.823
Service over existing PDH/SDH networks for
unchanged. Management traffic can be isolated
government, financial and other institutions that Ethernet 10-100 BaseTX
from user traffic with separate VLAN
requires secured data transmission over public
„„ QoS support includes per port VLAN based prior- Number of ports 2,4
telecommunication network.
ity or QoS based on IEE802.1p enabling fine traffic Transport type duplex
„„ IP DSLAM, WiMAX and Mobile Base station back-
shaping in order to fulfill user requirements for de-

KGET4/8/16S ETHERNET ACCESS INTERFACE CONVERTOR


haul for public and private users Electrical characteristics IEEE 802.3
lay sensitive real time voice or video applications
„„ Secured remote corporative networks LAN con- Transmission symmetrical
„„ KGET16S provides local port and in band capac- Section length (UTP cable class 5)
nection
ity for remote management via embedded Web  up to135 m
Server. For TMN purposes device provides SNMP
Basic features Connector RJ45
agent
„„ KGET16S complies to the latest NG-PDH stan- „„ E1 port test facility includes loop tests and signal Ethernet 100 BaseFX SFP plug-in module
dards generation and error measurements. All E1 ports Number of ports 0,2
„„ KGET16S provides transparency for all higher order under tests are excluded from VCAT LCAS groups Transport type duplex
protocols (TCP-IP, XNS, ISO,...) thus preventing Ethernet loop storms Optical characteristics IEEE 802.3
„„ Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) provides Transmission singlemode optical fiber
high confidence level of data security over public
telecommunication network. Each E1 link at the T echnical data Section length up to 2000 m

device is possible to configure to perform data E1, G.703 (2 Mbit/s) Connector SC


encryption with different key length, key manage- Number of ports 4,8,16 Protocols
ment and key schedule. Encryption procedure Connector RJ45 Encapsulation GFP, G.7041
includes key exchange, authentication and user  GFPoPDH, G.8040
Input
data encryption. Each phase of encryption proce-
Signal type 2048 kbit/s ±50 ppm (HDB3) Bonding VCAT G7043
dure uses their own key.
 LCAS, G.7042
„„ Generic Framing Procedure (GFP) enables efficient Impedance 75 Ω/120 Ω
Delay Compensation up to 250 ms
Ethernet packet encapsulation and TDM band- Cable attenuation 0 to 6 dB at 1024 kHz
AES NIST, FIPS197
width utilization Input jitter according to ITU-T G.823
„„ Virtual Concatenation (VCAT) provides flexible Reflection attenuation according to ITU-T G.703/9.3
bandwidth allocation for different subscribers by Output
bonding multiple E1 links into single virtual pipe
Signal type 2048 kbit/s ±50 ppm (HDB3)
„„ Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme (LCAS) enables
Impedance 75 Ω/120 Ω
smooth virtual pipe capacity change, by adding
or removing E1 links from the pipe, without traf- Impulse level 2.37 V ±0.237 V, 75 Ω
fic loss  3 V ±0,3 V, 120 Ω

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KFE
INTERFACE CONVERTOR SERIES
Ethernet over TDM
Ethernet Access and Managed Interface Converter Series

„„ Ethernet over TDM Bridge


„„ Provides connection of remote LAN networks with
Ethernet 10/100 BaseTX or 100 BaseFX interface via
PDH/SDH telecommunication network
„„ Different TDM interface support:
Access Systems

„„ G.703, E1, E3, DS-3, OC-3, V.11, V.35, NRZ


„„ SHDSL, SHDSL.bis compliant to EFM applications
„„ Embedded Web Server and SNMP Agent
„„ Optional AES 128/192/256 Encryption of TDM Stream

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Applications „„ Highways Ordering codes
KFE devices enables connectivity of different equip- „„ In special systems requiring data encryption KFE- I - P - S
ment with Ethernet interface by utilizing existing TDM „„ Army I - interface:
or copper infrastructure. „„ Police X - Ethernet over X21/V.11 codirectional or
Interface converter KFE basically performs L2 (layer contradirectional n x 64 kbit/s
„„ Government institutions and agencies
2) Ethernet Bridge/Switch functionality thus making V - V.35
them transparent for all higher layer protocols. Basic functions N - Ethernet over NRZ, NATO, 75 Ω, n x 64 kbit/s
KFE devices in both, public and private networks, „„ Enable transparent Ethernet service over TDM/ E1 - Ethernet over E1

KFE INTERFACE CONVERTOR SERIES Ethernet over TDM


typically find applications for: copper infrastructure 2E1 - Ethernet over 2 x E1
„„ Remote LAN segments connection „„ At Ethernet side there are two ports: electrical 4E1 - Ethernet over 4 x E1
10/100 BaseTX interface and optical 100 BaseF E3 - Ethernet over E3
„„ Campus
interface
„„ Corporate 2E3 - Ethernet over 2 x E3
„„ Electrical Ethernet interfaces are half/full duplex S1 - Ethernet over one copper pair
„„ Interbuilding
with auto negotiation procedure which define the
„„ Subscriber connection to Internet Service Provider type of interface 10 or 100 Mbit/s S2 - Ethernet over 2 copper pairs
„„ ISP hosting S4 - Ethernet over 4 copper pairs
„„ Interface Convertors are transparent for all higher
„„ Remote terminal connections. order protocol (TCP-IP, XNS, ISO,...) P - power option:
D - 48 Vdc with external DC/DC adapter
„„ Point of Sell, POS, and info terminals „„ VLAN can be configured for any port indepen-
„„ Automated Teller Machine (ATM) dently N - 220 Vac with external AC/DC adapter

„„ Electronic payment systems, parking, pay tool… „„ Support for QoS priority choice according to the R - card - rack version

„„ Remote video surveillance port or IEE802.1p S -encryption option:


„„ Synchronization: local clock or external clock from - no encryption
„„ Schools, universities
received signal S - with encryption)
„„ Stadiums or sport arenas

„„ Cultural and other public institutions, museums,


„„ Optional AES 128/192/256 Encryption of TDM
Stream
„„ Galleries
„„ Loop test possibility
„„ Warehouses, shopping centres

„„ Process control in private in public utility com-


panies
„„ Railway
„„ Distribution and transmission of electricity

„„ Oil and gas utilities

„„ For traffic control at


„„ Big junctions, crossroads
„„ Bridges and tunnels
„„ Crowded roads 55
KTP
INTERFACE CONVERTOR SERIES
TDM over IP
Ethernet Access and Managed Interface Converter Series

„„ Performs TDM circuit emulation over enterprise or carrier


packet-switched Ethernet L2/L3 networks for different types
of user interfaces
„„ At the Ethernet line side supports both electrical Fast and
optical 100 FX Ethernet interface
Access Systems

„„ Multiprotocol encapsulation supporting IPv4, IPv6, UDP, RTP,


L2TPv3, MPLS and Metro Ethernet.
„„ Compliant with IETF, ITU-T, MFA Forum and Metro Ethernet
Forum Technical Specifications
„„ Recovered clock jitter and wander compliant to ITU-T G.823,
G.824. Supports adaptive clock recovery, differential clock
(common clock) (using RTP)
„„ Lost/misordered packet compensation
„„ Embedded Web Server and SNMP Agent
„„ Optional AES 128/192/256 Encryption of TDM Stream

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Applications Basic functions Ordering codes
KTP devices performes TDM circuit emulation over „„ Broad range of, framed or unframed, PDH tributary KTP- I - P - S
packet switched network thus enabling transpar- interfaces I - interface:
ent TDM services over enterprise or carrier Ethernet „„ One 10/100 electrical and one 100 optical Ethernet X - X21/V.11 codirectional or contradirectional
network. interface n x 64 kbit/s over IP
V - V.35
Besides TDM traffic transmission over IP based „„ Multiprotocol encapsulation supporting IPv4, N - NRZ, NATO, 75 Ω, n x 64 kbit/s over IP
networks KTP provides many value-added functions IPv6, UDP, RTP, L2TPv3, MPLS and Metro Ethernet E1 - E1 over IP
in order to meet different customers needs including 2E1 - 2 x E1 over IP
„„ Recovered clock jitter and wander compliant to
different network management capabilities, traffic 4E1 - 4 x E1 over IP
ITU-T G.823, G.824 synchronization interface
protection, synchronization etc. E3 - E3 over IP
„„ Lost/misordered packet compensation P - power option:
„„ In carrier network KTP typically finds applications

KTP INTERFACE CONVERTOR SERIES TDM over IP


for: „„ Compliant with: D - 48 Vdc desktop unit
N - 220 Vac with external AC/DC adapter
„„ TDM services over Ethernet MAN, broadband „„ IETF PWE3 Internet drafts for SAToP, TDMoIP,
R - card - rack version
wireless, CATV CESoPSN, HDLC
S -encryption option:
„„ 2G / 2.5G cellular backhaul over IP/MPLS „„ ITU-T Recommendations Y.1413 and Y.1414 - no encryption
(clause 10) Y.1453, Y.1452. S - with encryption)
„„ HDLC-based traffic (ex. Frame Relay) trunking
over IP/MPLS „„ MFA Forum Implementation Agreements 4.1,
5.1 and 8.0.0
„„ PSTN-IP network bridging
„„ Metro Ethernet Forum Technical Specification
„„ SS7 transport over IP
MEF8
„„ In enterprise applications KTP is suitable to be

Analog
„„ Supports adaptive clock recovery, differential clock `

g
used for:

alo
g
alo

IS RA
(common clock) (using RTP)

An
An SL Residential User

D
B
N
/AD
„„ Private line/toll bypass via Ethernet MAN
„„ Embedded Web Server and SNMP Agent
„„ TDM PBX migration to Ethernet MAN ern
et ISDN BRA
Eth /ADSL
`

(V5.2)
„„ In access networks KTP typically finds application Etherne
t IP = 10.0.1.2
L x E1
Residential User
K x E1 (SS7) AD
as Multi Tenant Multi Dwelling Unit MTU/MDU MSAN /SH SL
DS
L
Et
he
rn
et

Ethernet IP
Soft
Switch
IP = 10.0.1.1 Ethernet METRO Ethernet E-Commerce
PHONE - GSM
MPLS
Kx

Lx
E1

PDA - GPRS
E1
nx

Et
E1

he
(SS

rn
(V5

te
7)

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IP = 10.0.1.3
PHONE - GSM
E1

BSC BTS PHONE - GSM

TDM PHONE - GSM


CO Switch
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KG
Universal TDM, E1 interface converter platform, fractional multiplexer, cross connect
device with exchangeable user interface module and optional built-in AES encryption
Ethernet Access and Managed Interface Converter Series

„„ Device enables user to connect their equipment over


exchangeable user interface module via TDM E1 based
telecommunication network
„„ Built in non blocking cross connect enables easy and cost
effective add-drop of user interface traffic over spare, non used,
Access Systems

E1 time slots with minimum delay including CAS signalling


„„ Basic Features:
„„ 2 Е1 framed or non framed interfaces.
„„ 1 factory exchangeable user interface module with different
number and/or interface types
„„ Non blocking cross connect between E1 links and user
interface modules including CAS signaling, where applicable
„„ Different user interface modules with: X.21/V11, V.35, NRZ/
NATO, RS232 synchronous and asynchronous interfaces
„„ Embedded Web server for local managamnet
„„ Embedded SNMP agent for TMN application
„„ Optional AES 128/192/256 encryption of user interface data

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Application Basic features
KG Series Interface Converter is usually used for con- „„ The device convert user signal from removable
Ordering codes
necting different devices through a transport TDM interface modules to E1 signal in one of two E1 KG-I-P-S

multiplexer, cross connect device and optional AES encryption


digital network that is based on the E1 interface. network interfaces and vice versa I - Digital Interface:
In public and private telecommunication networks „„ Е1 links can be configured to work in framed and E – Ethernet

KG Universal TDM, E1 interface converter platform, fractional


KG Series typically finds application for: unframed mode X – X.21 codirectional or contradirectional
V – V.35
„„ Connecting remote LAN segments „„ Maximum conversion speed in unframed mode is
R/2R – 1/2 x RSR232 asynchronous and
2048 kbit/s
„„ Connecting users to ISP synchronous
„„ In framed mode it is possible to perform the ca- N – NRZ/NATO, 75/50 Ω
„„ Connecting remote terminals
pacity allocation of user signal from removable C/2C – 1/2 x G.703 codirectional
„„ Remote video surveillance module to one of the E1 network interface in 64 DIO – 8 digital inputs / outputs
„„ Industrial process control. kbit/s steps
- Analog interfaces:
„„ Traffic control. „„ Unassigned capacity of E1 link can be mutually FXS – analog telephone, user side
cross-connect or unlocated E1 link can be used FXO – analog telephone, exchange side
„„ SCADA systems
as a protection link (1+1) E&M – 2w/4w analog exchange side
„„ In special service networks which requires data AIO – 8 analog inputs / outputs
„„ Advanced fault diagnosis (loop test, integrated
encryption.
BER tester) of E1 and user interfaces P - Power Option
„„ The device can be synchronized from received E1, D – 48 Vdc with external DC/DC adapter
external reference or from received signal of user N – 220 Vac with external AC/DC adapter
(synchronous serial) interface R – card - rack version
„„ Control of remote devices in framed mode; allocat- S - Encryption Option
ing appropriate capacity of E1 signal to the system – no encryption
for centralized monitoring S – with encryption
RS232
X.21 Info

„„ Content from the user interface can be encrypt


Video
Surveillance E1 terminal

KG-X KG-R
NRZ

KG-N
NATO or decrypt before mapping to the desired E1
E1 E1
direction
NRZ
NATO
KG-N
E1 X.21 „„ The desktop version of the device can be used
KG-X
SDH/PDH
E1
E1
RS232
independently as an interface converter
KG-R
network E1
Server
„„ In board version of the device can be used as an
E1 independent interface converter, or as a part of
LAN
E1
KG-V
Switch
fractional multiplexer, which in itself combines
Switch
V.35 Router
multiple interface converters with an appropriate
KG-V LAN
Router V.35 user interfaces
„„ Centralized monitoring and supervision based on
the standard packet protocols, SNMP, HTTP, ICMP...

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MGE41/84/88/168F
L2/L3 Managed Ethernet Switch with 16 x FE and 8 x E1 media converters

„„ Compliant with IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3u standards „„ Static MAC address and filtering MAC address
management
„„ Up to16 10/100 Mbit/s Auto-Negotiation RJ45
ports supporting Auto-MDI/MDX „„ Static Port Priority and IEEE 802.1p Class of
Service (CoS) with 4-level priority queuing
„„ Up to 8xE1 2048 kbit/s ITU-T G.703 ports with
Managed Ethernet Switch Series

EoE1 media converters, HDCL encapsulation „„ Firmware upgrade, gold configuration backed up
Access Systems

and restored
„„ Port-Based VLAN and IEEE 802.1Q tag VLAN
„„ Rack/Desktop - mountable case options
„„ Management through Embedded Web Server
(EWS) which can be accessed via WEB browser
„„ GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP)
„„ Storm control, broadcast and multicast flooding
„„ Per port ingress and egress rate control
Power LED 8 x Fast Ethernet IP reset E1 LED 8 x E1 „„ STP, RSTP, MSTP
„„ Trunking, Link Aggregation Group (LAG)
„„ Test facilities, Virtual cable tester and PRBS BIST
„„ Internal power supply, -48 Vdc or 220 Vac option

Power LED 16 x Fast Ethernet IP reset E1 LED 8 x E1

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Description 16 x Fast Ethernet, electrical interface RFC 2570 SNMPv3

IRITEL MGExxxF series of High performance Managed 8 x E1, 2048 kbit/s G.703 interfaces RFC1213 MIB-II
Ethernet Switching devices besides of the true Ether- RFC1493 Bridge MIB
net access, offers versatile combination of user inter- T echnical data RFC 2863 Interfaces group MIB
faces integrated together with media converters, thus

MGE41/84/88/168F L2/L3 Managed Ethernet Switch with 16 x FE


Performance RFC 1643 Ethernet like MIB
reducing the need for external media converters.
Wire speed switching on all Ethernet and E1 ports Stats, History, Alarms, Events
Application Store and forward mode RFC 2674 802.1Q MIB

MGExxxF devices provides edge connectivity utiliz- Non blocking switch fabric IP address allocation
ing existing E1 and coper infrastructure, applicable Port speed: Security
in midsized and large scaled campus, corporate and 10/100-TX RJ-45 Management Security: user name and password
metro access networks, MGExxxF series especially protection
E1 2048 kbit/s RJ-45

and 8 x E1 media converters


tailored to provide connectivity and LAN extensions Fault Protection
between numerus remote sites Internal power supply
Broadcast Storm Control
Interface Standards Ingress egress rate control
Management
802.3 10Base-T & 10Base-FL Quality of Services (QoS)
Management can be performed through an embed-
802.3u 100Base-TX QoS in layer 2
ded Web Server (EWS) by using standard internet
browser. The well known WEB interfaces significantly E1 ITU-T G.703, HDLC encapsulation Traffic prioritization using 802.1p
reduce learning time and minimize the cost of de- General Standards System Configuration
ployment. 802.1d Bridging W x D x H 440mm x 257mm x 43.2mm
For the Centralized Network Management we offer 802.3x Backpressure/ Flow Control (17.32” x 10.11” x 1.70”)
embedded SNMPv1//2/3 agent. Redundancy Standards Weight 3.15kg (6.94lb)
802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol Mounting 19” rack-mountable hardware included
Available options 802.1W Rapid Spanning Tree Power supply
„„ MGE41F 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree Internal – 48 Vdc, or 220 Vac option
4 x Fast Ethernet, electrical interface Link Aggregation, Static port trunk Operating temperature range
1 x E1, 2048 kbit/s G.703 interfaces VLANs – 5⁰ C up to +45⁰ C, (class 3.2)
„„ MGE84F IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Tagging
8 x Fast Ethernet, electrical interface Port-based VLANs
4 x E1, 2048 kbit/s G.703 interfaces expandable with MAC-based VLANs
additional 4 x E1 GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP)
„„ MGE88F Management and Monitoring
8 x Fast Ethernet, electrical interface WEB
8 x E1, 2048 kbit/s G.703 interfaces RFC 1157 SNMPv1/v2c
„„ MGE168F
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MGE168FS
L2/L3 Managed Ethernet Switch with 16 x FE and 8 x E1 media converters with Encryption

„„ Compliant with IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3u standards „„ Static MAC address and filtering MAC address
management
„„ Up to16 10/100 Mbit/s Auto-Negotiation RJ45
ports supporting Auto-MDI/MDX „„ Static Port Priority and IEEE 802.1p Class of
Service (CoS) with 4-level priority queuing
„„ Up to 8xE1 2048 kbit/s ITU-T G.703 ports with
Managed Ethernet Switch Series

EoE1 media converters, HDCL encapsulation „„ Firmware upgrade, gold configuration backed up
Access Systems

and restored
„„ Port-Based VLAN and IEEE 802.1Q tag VLAN
„„ Rack/Desktop - mountable case options
„„ Per E1 port configurable AES128/192/256
encryption module with flexible key and access „„ Management through Embedded Web Server
management (EWS) which can be accessed via WEB browser
„„ GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP)
„„ Storm control, broadcast and multicast flooding
„„ Per port ingress and egress rate control
„„ STP, RSTP, MSTP
„„ Trunking, Link Aggregation Group (LAG)
„„ Test facilities, Virtual cable tester and PRBS BIST
„„ Internal power supply, -48 Vdc or 220 Vac option

Power LED 16 x Fast Ethernet IP reset E1 LED 8 x E1

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Description T echnical data Management and Monitoring
WEB
IRITEL MGE168FS high performance Managed Eth- Performance
ernet Switching device besides of the true Ethernet RFC 1157 SNMPv1/v2c
Wire speed switching on all Ethernet and E1 ports
access offers versatile combination of user interfaces RFC 2570 SNMPv3
Store and forward mode

MGE168FS L2/L3 Managed Ethernet Switch with 8 x FE and 4 x E1


integrated together with media converters with RFC1213 MIB-II
Non blocking switch fabric
encryption, thus reducing the need for external media RFC1493 Bridge MIB
converters. Port speed:
RFC 2863 Interfaces group MIB
Encryption Standard (AES) provides high con- 10/100-TX RJ-45
RFC 1643 Ethernet like MIB
fidence level of data security over public telecom- E1 2048 kbit/s RJ-45
Stats, History, Alarms, Events
munication network. Each E1 link at the device is Internal power supply
possible to configure to perform data encryption with RFC 2674 802.1Q MIB
Interface Standards
different key length, key management and key sched- IP address allocation
802.3 10Base-T & 10Base-FL
ule. Encryption procedure includes key exchange,
802.3u 100Base-TX Security
authentication and user data encryption. Each phase

media converters with Encryption


Management Security: user name and password
of encryption procedure uses their own key. E1 ITU-T G.703, HDLC encapsulation
protection
Application General Standards
Fault Protection
802.1d Bridging
MGE168FS provides edge connectivity utilizing exist- Broadcast Storm Control
802.3x Backpressure/ Flow Control
ing E1 and coper infrastructure, applicable in midsized Ingress egress rate control
and large scaled campus, corporate and metro access AES: NIST FIPS197
Quality of Services (QoS)
networks. MGE168FS is especially tailored to provide Redundancy Standards QoS in layer 2
connectivity and LAN extensions between numerus 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol
Traffic prioritization using 802.1p
remote sites with encryption. 802.1W Rapid Spanning Tree
System Configuration
Management 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree W x D x H 440mm x 257mm x 43.2mm
Link Aggregation, Static port trunk (17.32” x 10.11” x 1.70”)
Management can be performed through an embed-
ded Web Server (EWS) by using standard internet VLANs Weight 3.15kg (6.94lb)
browser. The well known WEB interfaces significantly IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Tagging
Mounting 19” rack-mountable hardware included
reduce learning time and minimize the cost of deploy- Port-based VLANs
ment. Power supply
MAC-based VLANs Internal – 48 Vdc, or 220 Vac option
For the Centralized Network Management we offer GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP)
embedded SNMPv1//2/3 agent. Operating temperature range
– 5⁰ C up to +45⁰ C, (class 3.2)

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MGE88/168G
Stackable Gigabit L2/L3 Managed Ethernet Switch with 16xFE, 4xGE and
8xE1 media converters

„„ Up to 4 10/100/1000 Mbit/s Auto-Negotiation RJ45 „„ Port-Based VLAN and IEEE 802.1Q tag VLAN
ports supporting Auto-MDI/MDX, 1 G SFP optional „„ Static MAC address and filtering MAC address
„„ Up to 16 10/100 Mbit/s Auto-Negotiation RJ45 ports management
supporting Auto-MDI/MDX „„ Static Port Priority and IEEE 802.1p Class of Service
Managed Ethernet Switch Series

„„ Up to 8xE1 2048 kbit/s ITU-T G.703 ports with EoE1 (CoS) with 4-level priority queuing
Access Systems

media converters, HDCL encapsulation „„ Firmware upgrade, gold configuration backed up


„„ Stacked devices are fully manageable and behaves and restored
as a single device „„ Rack/Desktop - mountable case options
„„ Internal power supply, -48 Vdc or 220 Vac option

Power LED 16 x Fast Ethernet IP reset 8 x E1


4 x 1G Ethernet E1 LED

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Description 2 x 1G Electrical interfaces RFC1493 Bridge MIB

IRITEL MGExxxG series of High performance Man- 2 x 1G Optical (SFP) interfaces RFC 2863 Interfaces group MIB
aged Ethernet Switching devices besides of the true RFC 1643 Ethernet like MIB

MGE88/168G Stackable Gigabit L2/L3 Managed Ethernet Switch with


Ethernet access MGExxxG offers versatile combination T echnical data Stats, History, Alarms, Events
of user interfaces integrated together with media
Performance RFC 2674 802.1Q MIB
converters thus reducing the need for external media Wire speed switching on all Ethernet and E1 ports IP address allocation
converters. Stacked switches behaves as larger switch
Store and forward mode
managed as a single device. Security
Non blocking switch fabric Management Security: user name and password
Application Port speed: protection

16xFE, 4xGE and 8xE1 media converters


MGExxxF devices provides edge connectivity utiliz- 10/100-TX RJ-45 Fault Protection
ing existing E1 and coper infrastructure, applicable E1 2048 kbit/s RJ-45 Broadcast Storm Control
in midsized and large scaled campus, corporate and Internal power supply Ingress egress rate control
metro access networks, MGxxxG is especially tailored
Interface Standards Quality of Services (QoS)
to provide connectivity and LAN extensions between QoS in layer 2
numerus remote sites. MGxxxG devices are scalable 802.3 10Base-T & 10Base-FL
and they are ideal for extending port count in order 802.3u 100Base-TX Traffic prioritization using 802.1p
to fulfil network growing requirements. E1 ITU-T G.703, HDLC encapsulation System Configuration
W x D x H 440mm x 257mm x 43.2mm
Management General Standards
802.1d Bridging (17.32” x 10.11” x 1.70”)
Management can be performed through an embed- 802.3x Backpressure/ Flow Control Weight 3.15kg (6.94lb)
ded Web Server (EWS) by using standard internet Mounting 19” rack-mountable hardware included
browser. The well known WEB interfaces significantly Redundancy Standards
reduce learning time and minimize the cost of de- 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol Power supply
Internal – 48 Vdc, or 220 Vac option
ployment. 802.1W Rapid Spanning Tree
For the Centralized Network Management we offer 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree Operating temperature range
– 5⁰ C up to +45⁰ C, (class 3.2)
embedded SNMPv1//2/3 agent. Link Aggregation, Static port trunk
VLANs
Available options IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Tagging
„„ MGE88G Port-based VLANs
8 x Fast Ethernet, electrical interface MAC-based VLANs
8 x E1, 2048 kbit/s G.703 interfaces GARP VLAN Registration Protocol (GVRP)
2 x 1G Electrical interfaces Management and Monitoring
2 x 1G Optical (SFP) interfaces WEB
RFC 1157 SNMPv1/v2c
„„ MGE168G
RFC 2570 SNMPv3
16 x Fast Ethernet, electrical interface
RFC1213 MIB-II
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SUNCE+
Network Management System

„„ Continuous hierarchical management of complex


networks, subnetworks, stations, and devices
Network Management System

„„ Service and network monitoring


„„ Operation and maintenance tool, essential for
network design
„„ Enables evolutionary network management
redesign
„„ OSS/BSS system integration
SUNCE+

SUNCE-M SUNCE-M SUNCE-M

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Applications Module Alarms port capacity
„„ Enables integration of all IRITEL transmission „„ Presents filtered set of current alarms on hierar- Module Accounting
systems chical leveles
„„ Provides services remuneration through access to
„„ Integration of all elements in network or their „„ Monitoring of predefined set of alarms accounting data
subset „„ Reports of any subset of alarms are generated
„„ Network topology is presented in hierarchical tree from history log Integration
view, from a sub-network layer to a single location „„ Integration with OSS/BSS system (Northbound
and elements in it Module Remote Access
interface)
„„ Fast identification of network resource problems „„ Remote access to SUNCE-M system, with local „„ Direct access to new device types through South-
improves quality of service operator rights bound interface
„„ Client-server architecture enables multi-user „„ View or change network element parameters and „„ Open management interfaces: SNMP, XML...
access trail management in network
„„ Distributed hardware platform ITU-T Recommendations
Module Inventory
„„ Operations on network elements using SUNCE-M „„ M series: M.3010, M.3300, M.3400
„„ Collecting service data from network elements
„„ Distributed hardware platform, depending on

SUNCE+ Network Management System


number and complexity of managed SUNCE-M „„ Device reports and statistics (unit types, hardware
systems and software versions...)

„„ Automatic database failover Module Performance System


„„ Web browser for application access, over LAN or Integrator
„„ Provides service availability information on
VPN selected customer client
client
„„ FCAPS management functions (Fault, Configura- „„ Presents information on point to point free trans-
tion, Accounting, Performance, Security)
client
„„ Monitoring of current network state and its history client

„„ Monitoring user actions in SUNCE+


SUNCE+

Base Module client


SUNCE-M
SUNCE-M
„„ Enables database integration, access using Web OD
S622

browser and system administration. Other func- OD


S622 FM-MSAN
OLM
client
SUNCE-M
tions are supported in separate modules. OLM
OD
S2G5

S2G5 OLM
OD
S622 FM-MSAN
OD

S2G5
OD

FM2x2 S2G5
OD OD
S2G5

S2G5
OD

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SUNCE-M
INTEGRATED NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

„„ Management system covering the full range of IRITEL SDH


and PDH equipment
Network Management System

„„ Easy to use – from network views to functional blocks on


a single board
„„ Trail manager featuring automatic route calculation

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Basic Functions
„„ Integrated solution for continuous centralized
monitoring of the entire network and individual
network element
„„ Intuitive Graphical User Interface facilitates a range
D S 2 G5
of operations, from network view and contain-

O
ment tree view, to functional blocks on a single
board
TCP/IP D S 2 G5
„„ Enables TMN (Telecommunications Network Man-

O
agement) management functions – fault, configu- D S 2 G5

SUNCE-M Integrated Network Management System


SUNCE-M STM-16

O
ration, performance and security management
„„ Provides functions of Network Management Layer
and Element Management Layer of the TMN func-
D S 2 G5
tional architecture

O
„„ The computer in Management Operations Center S 62 2
OT
is connected to one network element using Ether- SDH Optical Ring
net or RS232 serial interface (F interface)
„„ Provides integration in Network Management
System SUNCE+
LAN
S6 2 2
OD
Network Elements V5.2
IAM-MSAN
Each network element is equipped with System
Management Unit that exchanges information with
SUNCE-M. Supported products in Network Manage-
ment System:
KGXV KGET/8 OTSM LTH-E1 PSH
„„ SDH (STM-16/4/1) Optical Digital Systems:
ODS2G5, ODS622/ODS622C, OTS622, ODS155
„„ Access Systems: FM-MSAN, IP µDSLAM, IAM- Multiservice Access Node
MSAN, V5CAS and FM2x2
„„ DSL modems: PSH (SHDSL) and LTH-E1 (HDSL) OTSM LTH-E1 PSH
„„ Optical Terminal and Secondary Multiplexer OTSM LAN
4x2Mbit/s
„„ Interface Convertors: KGXV, 2 Mbit/s G.703 to FM-MSAN FM2x2 FM-MSAN
X.21/V.35 and KGET, KGET8, 2 Mbit/s G.703 to
Ethernet

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Fault Management „„ Assign alarm severity Configuration Management
Alarm reports from each of the network elements are „„ Acknowledge active alarms „„ Create and change network topology using visual
received automatically and displayed as visual and „„ Testing: network editor
textual information „„ Close local and remote loops on various levels „„ Create and delete network elements
„„ Alarms classification: „„ Configure PMP (Protected Monitoring Point) „„ Connect elements using optical and electrical
„„ Communication alarms (transmission and syn- links
„„ Use built-in PRBS generators and detectors
chronization)
„„ Fault event history for the entire network is stored „„ Elements can be grouped upon their location
„„ Performance alarms in database, with filtering options for any set of „„ Edit network element properties
„„ Equipment alarms network elements categorized by type of network
SUNCE-M Integrated Network Management System

„„ Network parameters
element, time, classification, severity, acknowl-
„„ Alarm summary is available on various layers -
edgement and status of the event „„ Module equipping
from network element to equipment functional
blocks „„ Synchronization parameters
„„ Cross-connections
„„ Quick configuration using configuration files
„„ Trail manager with complete trail lifecycle man-
agement:
„„ Simple point and click to create, change and
delete trails
„„ Automatic calculation of possible trail routes
between network elements
„„ Visual presentation of existing trails in network
topology view
„„ Inventory management capabilities include:
„„ Tributaries - configuration and services

„„ Network status
„„ Serial numbers, hardware and software ver-
sions

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Performance Management Security Management
„„ Analyze and aggregate network performance data „„ User-based security model
on a per network element basis „„ Role based user access control
„„ Collect performance events grouped in 15 minutes
„„ User data editing (add, delete, change)
and 24 hours intervals according to ITU-T G.826
„„ Review of user actions log with filtering
„„ ES – Errored Seconds
„„ SES – Severely Errored Seconds
„„ BBE – Background Block Error
UAS – UnAvailable Seconds

SUNCE-M Integrated Network Management System


„„

„„ Adjust performance alarms thresholds


„„ Examine UAT (UnAvailable Time) intervals

T E C H N I C A L D ATA
System requirements
Computer IBM PC compatible
Processor Pentium 1.3 GHz(>2.5 GHz recommended)
Operating System
 Windows XP Professional (recommended)
Windows 2000 (SP4)
Windows Vista Business
Windows 7 Professional
RAM 1 GB (2 GB recommended)
Free Hard disk capacity > 1 GB

ITU-T Recommendations
G series G.781, G.783, G.784, G.826, G.841
M series M.3010, M.3300, M.3400

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SIPDAT
SIP Interactive Voice Response Device

„„ IVR (Interactive Voice Response)


„„ PC in local network
„„ SIPDAT “speaks” your data
INTERNET Router
„„ Great capacity of concurrent calls
PSTN (default 8, up to 64)
„„ SIPDAT is accessible through PSTN
and Internet
VoIP Devices

Proxy,
SIPDAT Firewall

IRIS „„ Easily changeable voice messages


„„ Easy programming
Gateway
FXO „„ Remote access

ippbx IRINET „„ Tailored to customer needs


PBX
SIP 1 SIP 2

IRISIPNET
PC n

PC 1 PC 2
PDA

PC m

PC n+1

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LET YOUR DATA SPEAK !
Using SIPDAT „„ Families of codecs (G.711, Speex, GSM, L16) Data base access
„„ Automatic reading of storehouse data over „„ Various improvements: „„ Oracle data base client
phone „„ Voice Activity Detector (VAD) „„ MySQL data base client

„„ Public information on changeable data (tem- „„ Comfort Noise Generator (CNG) „„ Remote data base access
perature, exact time, number of cars on the „„ Perceptual Enhancement (PENH) „„ Remote SQL query formatting
road section, ...) „„ Packet Lost Concealment (PLC) Remote SIPDAT configuration
„„ Private data with authorisation (credit card bal- „„ Echo cancelation „„ Web server
ance, personal documents, ...)
„„ SIPDAT can be reached from public and mobile „„ Web browser access
„„ Hosting telephone networks „„ Configuration data:
SIPDAT Customers „„ Conference „„ Recording and playing of messages
„„ Telecommunication providers „„ Recording and playing of speech „„ SQL query input
„„ RTP and RTCP

SIPDAT SIP Interactive Voice Response Device


„„ Government institutions and agencies „„ Administration
„„ Power plant companies „„ Security – SRTP and SRTCP „„ Supervision
„„ Banks and other financial institutions „„ Tone generation
SIPDAT in IRITEL
„„ Trade organizations
SIPDAT test configuration in IRITEL „„ Oracle client – connected with IRIS
„„ Any company which needs:
(information system)
„„ Fast and cheap access to im-
portant data, „„ SIP client connected with ippbx (SIP
server)
„„ Surveillance of automated
INTERNET
processes,
Router
„„ Accessible from IRINET (LAN), Inter-
net, PSTN and PLMN
„„ Control of unattended ob- PSTN
jects „„ Reading of any data from IRIS, for
Proxy, instance:
SIPDAT Firewall
Basic features „„ Number of a certain component
IRIS
Voice messages: in storehouse
„„ Number of employees in the
Gateway
„„ Easy recording – wav format FXO
company at the moment
„„ Correct pronunciation of data
(grammar) ippbx IRINET If you want to test SIPDAT in test
„„ User can record his own mes- SIP 2
PBX configuration in IRITEL please
SIP 1
sages contact: Ivan Vidaković
Communication: IRISIPNET Phone: 381 11 3073 412
PC n
„„ SIP RFC 3261 Mob: 381 65 3073 412
PC 1 PC 2
„„ SDP RFC 4566 PDA Mail: ivica@iritel.com
„„ Other references: RFC 2617, RFC Voice
sip: 712@ippbx.iritel.com
PC m
2976, RFC 3262, RFC 3263, RFC 712@193.203.19.248
3966,….
Data
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IMG
Media Gateway

„„ VoIP – TDM to IP telephony switch


„„ Up to 200 simultaneous VoIP-POTS conversions for 2400
subscribers
„„ Stand-alone device or part of Access Multiplexer
„„ Signalization: SIP or MEGACO (H.248)
„„ Network management system SUNCE-M or SNMP-based
TDM management
VoIP Devices

ISDN

POTS

n x E1
Acc
ess
Mul
tipl
exe
r
TDM
(H.1
10)

IP
S)
CA TDM Switch SIP SoftSwitch
1/ 8/
(E 24
M E1
IMG H.
TD H.2
nx 48/
SIP
RTP
Media Gateway /RT
CP

RT
R P/R
TC
P
TDM Switch Router R
Router

R CORE
Router

R
Router

R
Router

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Implementation T echnical data Call Progress Tone Handling: per Bellcore GR-506-
CORE, ITU-T Q.35
„„ IMG connects POTS subscribers with IP network Voice packetisation
Caller Identification: per ETSI, NTT and Telcordia
by transforming classic telephone traffic to VoIP Voice coders/encoders algorithms
and vice versa
G.711 Appendix 1 and 2: Linear PCM 64 kbit/s DSP data transfer
„„ IMG can be realized as a stand-alone device or A law/μ law, VAD/CNG, and PLC RTP/RTCP: per RFC 1889 and 3550
as a unit of Integrated access multiplexer Access G.723.1: MP-MLQ 6.3 kbit/s / ACELP 5.3 kbit/s UDP: per RFC 768
Multiplexer G.726: ADPCM 16, 24, 32, 40 kbit/s IP: per RFC 791
„„ Access Multiplexer enables different subscribers G.729 A/B: CS-ACELP 8 kbit/s Signalization
(POTS, ISDN, xDSL, Ethernet, X.21, V.35...) to access GSM-AMR: 4.75-12.2 kbit/s
PSTN and IP networks SIP: per RFC 3261
T.38 Fax Relay: G3 Fax Relay 2.4-14.4 kbit/s
SDP: per RFC 2327
SMV: 0.8-8.55 kbit/s
Configuration MEGACO: per RFC 3525 – option
EVRC: 0.8-8.55 kbit/s
Capacity
IMG consists of Engines – software units that can be Voice processing, quality enhancements
executed on different hardware platforms and are IMG can handle up to max. 200 simultaneous VoIP
Echo cancelation: per ITU-T G.168-2000 ECAN connections
connected by UDP/TC/IP protocols. This organisation 10 ms, 16 ms, 32 ms, 128 ms tail sparse window
enables big flexibility and skalability. TDM H.110 bus capacity (IAM-MSAN) is 2400 subscrib-
Voice detection: analyzes voice activity to detect ers
IMG contains: silence intervals
IMG has: 2 x 10/100 BaseTx interfaces
„„ ME (Media Engine): is working on voice coding/ Packet Loss Concealment: per ITU-T G.711 Appendix 1
IAM-MSAN supports up to 6 IMG Media Gateway
encoding Comfort Noise Generation: per ITU-T G.711 Appen-
Software
dix 2
„„ SE (Signalization Engine): is dealing with signal- Operating system: eLinux (Freescale)
Adaptive Jitter Buffer Manager: fully adaptive or
ization Applications: written in C
static; de-jitter and packet reordering
„„ AE (Application Engine): controls software applica- Audio Conferencing: support for 3 to N party audio Hardware
tions and functions conferences per DSP core Processor Power PC II MSC8260
„„ TE (TDM Engine): is dealing with POTS Prompts: playback of prompts from local memory

IMG Media Gateway


VoIP cores 1 to 2 x DSP MSC8122
When IMG is a part of Access Multiplexer it can- Telephony Algorithms Aggregator: DSP MSC 8103
tains ME, SE and AE, and TE functions are performed DTMF Detect and Generate: per Bellcore GR-506- SDRAM 64 MB, FLASH 64 MB
by Access Multiplexer CORE, TIA 464-B, ITU-T Q.23 and Q.24 Digital Switch: MT90866
DTMF Relay: per RFC 2833 Ethernet Switch: ZL50405

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CJ-1P
Cellular Jammer

„„ High quality jamming equipment for mobile


communications
„„ Blocking up to three frequency bands simultaneously
GSM 900, GSM 1800 and UMTS
Radio communications

„„ Various applications
„„ Compact and modular design

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Description „„ Prisons Antenna system three PCB antennas
„„ Conference rooms Frequency ranges:
CJ-1P is a high quality jamming equipment for mobile АNTENNA1 925 - 960 MHz
„„ Embassies
communications. The CJ-1P cell phone jammer unit is АNTENNA1 1805 - 1880 MHz
„„ Government facilities
intended for blocking all mobile phone types within АNTENNA3 1920 - 2170 MHz
„„ Financial institutions
designated indoor or outdoor areas. Its unique design Impedance 50 Ω unbalanced
„„ Sensitive locations, churches, faculties
combines effective jamming and strict compliance Radiation (H-plane), beamwidth at -3 dB
„„ Acoustic isolation:
with international standards of safety and electro-  70° at 920; 60° at 1920 MHz
magnetic compatibility. „„ Theatres / cinemas
Radiation (E-plane), beamwidth at -3 dB
„„ Concert halls
CJ-1P is a ‘plug and play’ unit, its installation is „„ Lecture rooms / libraries
 70° at 920; 60° at 1920 MHz
quick and its operation is easy. Once the CJ-1P cellular „„ Exclusive restaurants
Radiation angle0°
jammer is operating, all mobile phones present within Front to back ratio ≥ 15 dB from 880 to 960 MHz
„„ Trains
the jamming coverage area are blocked, and cellular  ≥ 15 dB from 1710 to 2000 MHz
„„ Gaming facilities  ≥ 10 dB from 2000 to 2170 MHz
activity in the immediate surroundings (including „„ Sensitive locations Polarizationvertical
incoming and outgoing calls, SMS, pictures sending, „„ Secret services Gain 9 dBi
etc.) is jammed.
„„ Government agencies S.W.R. in bandwidth ≤ 2.0:1 from 880 to 960 MHz
 ≤ 1.8:1 from 1710 to 2170 MHz
Basic features „„ Police Negotiation Team Max. power 2 Watts (CW) at 50° C
„„ Military facilities and forces Connector  SMA-male
„„ Fully digitalized
Material FR4 substratum the depth of 1.6 ± 10 %
„„ Effective jamming in a radius between 5-100 meters „„ Police Special Forces  Cu + Sn plate
(depending on cellular signal strength at site) „„ VIP protection agencies Dimensions
АNTENNA1 148.3 x 127 x 45 mm
„„ Can block up to three frequency bands simultane- „„ Elite units ANTENNA2 148.3 x 127 x 30 mm
ously GSM 900, GSM 1800 and UMTS АNTENNA3 120.5 x 75.5 x 20 mm
„„ Remote controlled T echnical data JAMMER UNIT 300 x 265 x 80 mm
BRIEFCASE 500 x 400 x 130 mm

CJ-1P Cellular Jammer


„„ Blocking range selection Frequency ranges:
Power supply 12 Vdc/battery 12 Ah
„„ Can be operated via 12 Vdc power source GSM 900 925 - 960 MHz
GSM 1800 1805 - 1880 MHz Consumption 30 VA
UMTS 1920 - 2170 MHz Operated temperature range -40°C to + 85°C
Applications
Synthesizer typedigital
„„ Prevention of eavesdropping and information Jamming signal type white noise with
transfer:  uniform distribution
„„ Briefing rooms Output power ON/OFF possibility and adjustable
„„ Military and governmental offices  0 - 30 dB for every band independently
„„ Interrogation rooms Resolution output power 1 dB

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ARK3000
Antenna Distribution System

„„ 8 antenna inputs and 16 receiver outputs


„„ Frequency range 20 – 3000 MHz
„„ Solid state switching matrix
„„ Seamless Integration
Radio communications

„„ Local and remote control (Ethernet)


as RoIP element
„„ Modular structure
„„ Compact and modular design

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Description General characteristics Input SWR ≤3

Antenna Distribution System ARK3000 receives signals „„ Control Maximum input level + 17 dBm
from the eight antennas in the frequency range from Attenuation of input to output
„„ Local via front panel (touchscreen)
20 MHz to 3 GHz and distributes / switches received „„ Remote via Ethernet link, using any Internet VHF1 ≥ 60 dB
signal to the sixteen receivers whereby any of RF browser via the intuitive user interface VHF2 ≥ 50 dB
outputs can be assign any antenna, or pre-defined „„ Easy integration into automated systems for VHF/UHF1 ≥ 50 dB
combination of antennas. UHF1 ≥ 50 dB
monitoring radio spectrum and radio-surveillance
UHF2 ≥ 50 dB
„„ Working in an autonomous / manual mode RF outputs
„„ Options Number of RF outputs 16
„„ Digitally controlled attenuators on inputs Output impedance 50 Ω
„„ DC power supply 12 V/24 V/48 V Output SWR ≤ 1.5
„„ Different types of input connectors 1dB compresion point > +10 dBm
„„ Different types of input filters Attenuation between any two outputs

„„ Control via RS232 or USB interface VHF1 ≥ 50 dB


VHF2 ≥ 45 dB

ARK3000 Antenna Distribution System


„„ Adaptation of protocols and structure of man- VHF/UHF1 ≥ 45 dB
agement posts in order to emulate the existing UHF1 ≥ 45 dB
antenna distributor UHF2 ≥ 40 dB
IP2 (the second order intercept) min 35 dB
T echnical data Type of connectors (input/output) N
Gain  min 1 dB
Control over Internet
Antenna Inputs
Noise ratio ≤ 5 dB
Number of inputs 8
Interface for remote control  Ethernet 10/100 Mbit/s
Frequency subband input
Power  220V ±10 %, 50 Hz
VHF1: 20 – 88 MHz 2 inputs
VHF2: 110 – 180 MHz 2 inputs Consumption 50 VA
VHF/UHF1: 225 – 470 MHz 2 inputs Dimensions 480 x 133 x 365 mm
UHF1: 100 – 1400 MHz 1 input
UHF2: 500 – 3000 MHz 1 input Weight 15 kg
Input impedance 50 Ω Operating temperature range -5 do +45 °C

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SDNU
System for Remote Monitoring & Control of Power Electronic Devices

„„ Measured electric and non-electrical values can be


„„ Simultaneous monitoring and control of power wireless send to DNU24
electronics from different vendors, technologies
„„ Monitoring of alarms and in the case of their appearance
and generation
forwarding to the monitoring center
„„ Modular system for monitoring and control of power „„ Control signals from the monitoring center are forwarded
electronic devices in remote locations: to power electronic devices which is possible to control
„„ Peripheral device for monitoring and control - DNU24 „„ Communication between monitoring and control
Power Eletronics

„„ Monitoring and control center (local) center and DNU24 through TDM, IP and GSM
„„ Main monitoring operations center telecommunication network
„„ Peripheral device for monitoring and control - DNU24: „„ Communication between monitoring and control
center (local)and main monitoring operations center
„„ Continuous measures of electrical and non-electric
values in the remote objects and data forwarding to the through SNMP
monitoring center at its request „„ Remote control of batteries quality with and without
additional load

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System Description „„ In case the power electronic devices have own Battery capacitive test
Monitoring and control system, for power electron- ability for their remote control, DNU24 send their
„„ Optionally connecting of batteries to additio-
collected data to the monitoring and control

SDNU System for Remote Monitoring & Control of Power Electronic


ics devices at remote locations, contains different nally test load
number of DNU24 devices. Each device collecting and center
„„ Recording batteries current discharge curves
transmitting data to monitoring and control center. „„ Software in DNU24 is developed in cooperation
with company NT Soft, Niš „„ Comparison with manufacturer catalogue disc-
DNU24 is connected with monitoring and control harge curve
center over TDM (modem, ISDN), IP (Ethernet 10/100
baseTx) or GSM (GPRS) telecommunication network. „„ Estimation of batteries quality
Type of connection is defined by user in accordance
with technical availability.
GSM
network
DNU24
„„ Capacity of DNU24 are 16 analogue and 8 digital
signals DNU24

„„ Measurement and sending data related to electri- RS232


cal values: dc voltage, ac voltage, dc current
Monitoring & Control Analog signals

„„ Capturing, and sending to the monitoring and Center (local) Digital signals

Rectifier
control center, signal wave shapes with 10 ms IP
resolution network

„„ Capturing, and sending data related to incident


situations: measuring values 250 sec after and
before incident happened IP
„„ Measurement and transmission of different network DNU24

values - temperature, pressure, liquid level and TDM


other non electrical values network
Analog signals
„„ Data are collected and memorized in internal Digital signals
RS232
memory of DNU24 every 10 ms

Devices
„„ Monitoring and control center collects data from Main Monitoring
DNU24 every 15 minutes Operations Center DNU24 SNN12

„„ Digital alarm signals, generated from devices


under monitoring, DNU24 send to monitoring
and control center immediately after their detec- Analog signals
Digital signals
tion RS232

„„ DNU24 have capacity of control over 4 output Battery capacity test


digital signals and over RS232 interface

Batteries
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Monitoring and Control Center Oracle, ...) for further processing and eventual integra- Safety Procedures
tion into other systems for monitoring users.
PC with installed necessary software are located in „„ Authorization of access by user name and
SDNU System for Remote Monitoring & Control of Power Electronic

center for remote monitoring and control. Measured Control of power electronics devices are available password
data from DNU24 are periodically collecting. Data is in two ways: through the digital control signals directly
„„ Assigning user accounts that have limit access to
stored in the particular database. from DNU24 and through a defined communication
options in the system
protocol (given from manufacturer of the device
In the monitoring center, all data are presented in a „„ Administration of system user - adding, deleting
which is under control in the object); in that case, com-
clear manner so that the operator have a clear picture and changing data
munication flows through special ports of DNU24).
about the current state of the system. It is possible to
Commands are given from the center for monitoring „„ Over viewing of the user history (log files, filte-
generate a report with the results of measurements
and control (sent to DNU24). When the command is ring)
over a defined period of time.
executed by a digital signal from DNU24, it is realized
„„ The structure of the system for remote monito- as a time switch (time-limited duration with the pos-
ring and control sibility of interruption).
„„ The structure of device that is monitored and
controlled for each object Monitoring and Control Network
„„ The measured values of all parameters Centers for monitoring and control can be connected
„„ The on/off values on remote devices that are in a hierarchical network for monitoring and control
controlled via an IP network to communicate with the main
center.
„„ The data required for system administration
Protocol for communication with the main moni-
„„ Statistical data
toring operations center is standardized (SNMP).
All data are presented in tabular and graphical way.
Measurement ranges can be changed from the
monitoring and control center.
Alarms are present in the monitoring and control
center until the authorized person terminate them or
until they disappear because the cause is disappeared.
No matter how alarms go away, the date and time of
Devices

an alarm condition are registered and the moment


and the reason when the are gone. Low battery alarm
is combined with an estimation of how much time the
object will have to work on battery.
Monitoring and control center and main monitor-
ing operations center allow statistical analysis of all
collected data and generating of reports on all the
alarms and the measured values deviations from the
nominal value.
Information stored in the database can be trans-
82 ferred to a standard format database (Access, SQL,
T echnical data Constructed and tested according to

DNU24: Safety EN 60950 (UL1950)


EMC  EN 55022/CISPR22, class A

SDNU Control and Supervision Systemfor Power Electronic Devices


Analog measurement
DC voltage (0 - 1000 V)  5 inputs Environmental conditions
AC voltage (0 - 300 Veff) 6 inputs Working temperature 0 to +50°C
DC or AC currents (0 - 1000 A) 3 inputs Dimensions (W x D x H) 482,6 x 235x 88 mm
Temperature 2 inputs Weight 7 kg
Digital inputs
Alarms (galvanic isolation) 4 inputs
Digital outputs control signals
Opticaly isolated 2 outputs
Realised with relays 2 outputs
Monitoring and Control center:
PC computer with Windows XP Professional
Software
GUI software for monitoring and control center
Software for control of AC voltage wave shapes
Communication software
Software for control
Administration software
Statistical data analysis software
Database software
Software for connecting with main center for moni-
toring and control
Interfaces
Local communication with
other equipment RS232, RS485
Communication with control
and monitoring center RS232, ISDN,
 Ethernet, GPRS

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SNN12
Power Supply System 54 Vdc / 3 x 7.5 A

„„ Compact modular power supply system:


„„ SN12 - one shelve (3 rectifiers modules), power 1200 W
„„ SNN12 - two shelves (6 rectifiers modules), power 2400 W
„„ Full front access design – ease of installation and operation
„„ Parallel working of rectifiers – active current sharing, true
Power Eletronics

redundant configuration (N+1)


„„ Natural convection cooling – no fans
„„ Power factor 0.98 (IEC 1000-3-2)
„„ Two independent battery breaker, up to six load breakers
„„ Optimal Charging of Batteries
„„ Programmable low voltage disconnect (LVD)
„„ Integrated control and monitoring system, SUNCE-M

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Description Protections „„ Battery current overcharging – value of charging
current is controlled (apart of control module -
SNN12 system is power solution designed for telecom, Protections include:
BCU) and programmable through keyboard or
datacom and network applications (48 Vdc nominal)
„„ Overload (current limit) and short circuit protec- RS232 interface (BCU)
which need to have reliable and permanent DC power
tion, active and passive, programmable „„ Over Voltage Protection (OVP) – output dc voltage
supply regardless on main supply failure.
„„ Electronic Low Voltage Disconnect (LVD) - over and input ac voltage, active and passive
The main parts of SNN12 system are: cabinet, up discharging protection; value of battery turn-off
to two shelves (main and for expansion), and batteries „„ Thermal rectifier protection (active)
threshold is programmable through keyboard or
(working and reserve). SNN12 is modular and config- RS232 interface
urable for different load power: 400, 800 and 1200 W
(SN12- main shelf, up to 3 rectifiers units) or 1600, 2000
and 2400 W (two shelves, up to 6 rectifiers units) or 2
ETSI shelves (up to 6 rectifiers). In redundant configu-
ration off power supply system (N+1), reserve rectifier

SNN12 Power Supply System 54 Vdc / 3 x 7,5 A


is in parallel work with others rectifiers. Accuracy of
rectifiers active current sharing is 5%. 54.6 Vdc 1
IM400
Batteries are paralleled with load and system out-

DCD6
Loads
put. Battery management includes controlled current
230 Vac 6
charging of batteries independent of load current, IU

ACD
IM400
characteristic, automatic temperature compensation
with additional cable and sensor and programmable Batteries
low voltage disconnect.

BB
IM400

System overview
BCU/SCU Q bus
SNN12 system is composed of: Main
configuration RS232
„„ Up to two AC distribution (ACD)
„„ Up to 6 rectifier modules (IM400), power of each
rectifier 400 W (nominal) IM400
„„ Load (DC) distribution (DCD2/6) with two or six
output fuses (terminals ended with connectors) 230 Vac ACD
IM400 SNN12 Block diagram
„„ Low Voltage Disconnect module (battery board
- BB) with battery breakers and terminal connec-
tors (double) IM400
„„ BCU – basic control unit (module) for control,
monitoring and communications with LCD display
and keyboard for self-guided controller operation,
LEDs, RS232 and other interfaces
„„ Batteries
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System monitoring „„ Battery voltage less than 44.5 Vdc i.e. rest capac-
Batteries charging ity ≤10% (under voltage alarm – UVA)
System monitoring and control can be achieved locally
process Battery alarm less than 53 Vdc (under charge
or remotely - integrated through telecommunication „„
network. alarm – UCA)
All main voltages and currents in system are meas- „„ Input ac fuse failure (main fuse failure – MFA)
ured and can be readout on display (also alarms) or via „„ Battery fuse failure (battery fuse alarm – BFA)
remote user PC-based software package; accidental
Charging current Output load fuse failure (distribution fuse alarm
data, independently of usual measurements are buff- „„
ered in history files. – DFA)
„„ Through keyboard and LCD display (local monitor- „„ Rack door open (open door alarm – ODE)
ing and control) next values are enable to adjust: „„ Green and red LED on each rectifier indicates cor-
„„ Number of shelves and number of rectifiers rect work or rectifier fail.
SNN12 Power Supply System 54 Vdc / 3 x 7.5 A

„„ Maximal load voltage and current „„ Green and red LED on battery board indicates cor-
rect connection and battery employing.
„„ Battery turn-off threshold
„„ Integrated System monitoring of basic alarms
„„ Maximal battery charging current through telecommunication network is achieved
„„ Light indication of basic system alarms are realized in conjunction with other Iritel equipment us-
with LEDs and also monitored with BCU. These ing:
alarms are: „„ Q2 bus, with graphic oriented PC based soft-
„„ Low ac input voltage (main supply alarm – ware package (SUNCE-M option – network
MSA) manager),
„„ Rectifier fail (rectifier error alarm – REA) „„ SN12 connection with flexible multiplexer
FM2x2, using RS232 interface.

REA

UCA

Rectifier module
IM400

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T echnical data Max. Output voltage protection F - remotes alarms interface (DB9 connector)
(adjustable using BCU) 50—58 Vdc InterfaceRS232
Input data Max. Load current protection Number of signals (alarms)8
AC Input voltage 230 Vac (175 — 255 V) (adjustable using BCU) n x 7.5 A
n - number of rectifier modules Isolationoptoisolation
AC Frequency 50 Hz (47 — 63 Hz)
Inrush current according to EN61000-3-2 Output specifications under absence Batteries 48 V/24 —180 Ah
of main ac supply
Power factor ≥ 0.98 Designed and tested according to
Output voltage 40 — 56 Vdc
Rectifier IM400 up to 6 p. Safty standard EN 60950 (UL1950)
Low voltage battery disconnect (LVD)
Output voltage (main ac supply present) 54.6 Vdc EMC standard EN 55022/CISPR22, class A
turn-off threshold adjustable 40 — 44 Vdc
 48 Vdc nominal
Battery turn-on threshold 49 — 52 Vdc Environmental
Output power 400 W nominal (7.5 A/54.6 Vdc)
Ambient operating temperature 0 to +50°C
DC (load) distribution
Output current limit 7.8 A

SNN12 Power Supply System 54 Vdc / 3 x 7.5 A


DCD2  2 terminal connectors, Dimensions (V x L x H)
Output dynamic responce
 up to 30A (automatic) fuse Rectifier (IM400) 150 x 105 x 200 mm
(change load 20% to 100%)1.5%
DCD6 6 terminal connectors, ETSI shelf (RE-SN1/2) 150 x 533 x 220 mm
Output load line response±1%
 up to 10A (slow) fuse
Output voltage noise ≤50 mVeff, ≤100 mVp-p ETSI cabinet  1000/1200/2200 x 600 x 300 mm
Psohometric noise Ueff ≤ 2 mV
 (according to CCITT norms)
Efficiency η > 87%
System data
Output voltage 54.6 Vdc, nominal
Charging current 3 A, standard (30 Ah capacity)
 adjustable: 2.2—22 A
Temperature compensation 4 mV/C°/cell standard,
 adjustable: 1—5mv/C°/cell

SN12

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NN301/48 Vdc
Small DC Power Supply System

„„ Compact uninterruptible dc power supply system - in one


enclosure:
„„ Rectifier 230 Vac/48 Vdc, up to 175 W
„„ Battery Charger 220 Vac/40,5 — 56 Vdc, up to 125W
„„ Batteries 48 Vdc/12 Ah/17 Ah/24 Ah
Power Eletronics

„„ Low Voltage Disconnect block


„„ Optimal Charging of Batteries
„„ Each system is completely wired, charged and ready to go

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Applications „„ Assuring permanent power to load tion, loss of AC detection, battery damage
DC power supply system NN301 is designed for: „„ Control block: „„ Battery set (up to 24 Ah)
„„ Applications in which electronic equipment need „„ Controlling system of semiconductor switches „„ Enclosure
to have reliable and permanent DC power supply mentioned above „„ N301 can be used separately
regardless on main supply failure „„ Detection of system failures – overload detec-
„„ Equipment to be used in telecom, datacom, and
network applications
„„ Equipment to be used in security and monitoring
applications Batteries voltage
Typical Applications
„„ Fiber Optic Networks
„„ Data communications
charging current
„„ PABX/ISDN
„„ Industrial

NN301 Small DC Power Supply System


„„ Customer premises

System overview
NN301 contains: Batteries charging process
„„ Rectifier/ Charger N301:
„„ Rectifier - DC/DC converter (MN175) providing
DC output power to load
„„ Charger – DC/DC converter (MP125) providing
2x4A
battery charging: DC/DC Convertor
Load
Fuse
MN 175 Fuse
„„ Battery charging is independent of rectifier
and move according to optimal charging 230
Control
characteristics given by battery manufacturer
„„ Itworks like current/voltage source (IU char- 2x4A DC/DC Convertor
Batteries
acteristics) Fuse

„„ System of semiconductor switches providing


uninterruptible DC output power to load:
„„ Connecting load and batteries when ac power
is loss (rectifier off) NN301 Block diagram

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Protections Batteries and charging System Monitoring
Protections include: Inside NN301 are stored set of four sealed lead-acid With LED indicators user can monitoring status of
batteries, standard dimensions, with maximum 24 Ah correct NN301 functioning:
„„ Overload (current limit) and short circuit protec-
capacity. These kinds of batteries do not need special
tion - both rectifier and charger „„ Red neon light on main switch – presence of ac
maintenance. Optimal charging process increasing
„„ Over Voltage Protection (OVP) - both rectifier and voltage
working life (5 to 12 years) and protect from deter-
charger mination. Automatic temperature compensation is „„ Green LED OUT – power to load from rectifier (ac
„„ Electronic Low Voltage Disconnect (LVD) - Dis- accomplished using temperature sensor on batteries. lines)
connect the battery to the load when the battery Charging process has next stages: „„ Green LED BATT – power to load from batteries
drops below 40.5 V „„ Soft start, charging with constant current, Imax „„ Green LED1 – charging of batteries in Current/
„„ Output fuse, one 5 A in-line with system negative (charger working like current source) Boost Voltage mode
output, „„ Charging in two-stage voltage mode: „„ Yellow LED2 – charging of batteries in float
„„ Boost mode - after reaching Vblk voltage, con- mode
stant voltage of that value is maintained „„ Red LED3 – failure of batteries or decreasing of
battery capacity
„„ Float mode - after charging current fall under
Imin value, voltage become Vfloat (keeping that Remote alarms - optoisolated interface:
NN301 Small DC Power Supply System

value), batteries are fully charged „„ Failure (loss or incorrect) main supply voltage
„„ Output power from batteries (rectifier do not
work)
„„ Battery low level (remain battery capacity low)
„„ Non-correct charging of battery (failure of charger
or batteries)

LED LED LED3 LED2 LED1 Remote


OUT BAT Alarms
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T echnical data Output data under failure of main ac supply: Designed and tested according to:
Output voltage 40.5 – 56 Vdc Safety standard EN60950 (UL1950)
Input data:
Low voltage battery disconnect EMC standard EN55022/CISPR22, class A
AC Input Voltage 230 Vac +10%/–15% (LVD) threshold adjustable 40 – 44 Vdc Environmental:
AC Frequency 50 Hz ±5% Threshold of battery connect 45 – 47 Vdc Ambient operating temperature+50C to +500C
Output data (MN175) Standard battery delivered within NN301:
Dimensions:
Output voltage (main  48 Vdc, nominal,  NP24-12, 12V/24Ah, Yuasa, 4 pcs. in set
ac supply present) adjustable: 48 – 49.5 Vdc Physical Size (WxLxH) 415 x 250 x 301 mm
Battery recharge time 10h (±1h)
Output power 175 W nominal, (3.7 A/48.6 V) Weight 50 kg (with batteries)
Output current limit 4 A, nominal, Remote alarms interface (DB9 connector):
 adjustable: 4.2 – 1.8 A Number of signals (alarms)4
Output dynamic response Isolationoptoisolation
(change load 20% to 100%)±1.5% Output voltage 5 – 10 V
Output load line response±1%
Output voltage ripple and noise ±50 mVmax
Psohometric noiseUeff ≤1mV

NN301 Small DC Power Supply System


Efficiency η >80%
Output data (MP125)
Output battery voltage 54 Vdc, nominal
Output battery voltage in charging process
Vfloat: 54.6 Vdc, nominal, adjustable: 51 – 55 Vdc
 (2.275 V/cell, adjustable: 2.12 – 2.3 V/cell)
Vbulk: 57.5 Vdc, nominal, adjustable: 53.5 – 58 Vdc
 (2.4 V/cell, adjustable: 2.2 – 2.4 V/cell)
Charging current: 2.4 A standard/nominal,
 adjustable: 2.4 A-1A
Temperature 4 mV – /C/cell standard,
compensation: adjusatable: 1 – 8 mV/C/cell

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DC UPS
Uninterruptible Power Supply with DC Output Voltage 300 Vdc

„„ 300/400/600/800 W power uninterruptible power supply


„„ Provide uninterruptible working of computer and telecommuni-
cation equipment supplying from line ac voltage
„„ DC UPS is applicable in systems which already have equipment
supplying from uninterruptible 24/36/48/110 V dc voltage
sources
Power Eletronics

„„ Protection of batteries from under voltage


„„ Protection of devices from ac line disturbances and low line
voltages

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Applications Signalization
~ 310 Vdc
DC UPS provides uninterruptible working of computer LED1 Batteries are low and disconnected (Vbat < 230 Vac – + • •
and telecommunication equipment normally sup- 44 Vdc) ~ + 310 Vdc/300 Vdc
plying from 230 Vac line voltage, 300/400/600/800 LED2 Batteries are low (Vbat < 46 Vdc)
W power. • •
LED3 Line ac voltage is incorrect (not exist or the
Modern equipment, on their input, have rec- line is to low), load supplying come from
tification of line voltage, without line transformer. 48 Vdc 300 Vdc
batteries energy DC/DC
From the line voltage rectifier generates about 300
LED4 Line is correct, load supplying come from
Vdc, which means that such devices could be supply
line energy

DC UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply with DC Otput


with 300 Vdc (approximately) instead 230 Vac line DC UPS Block diagram
voltage.
DC UPS use this possibility. On its output, when
line voltage exists, DC UPS generates dc voltage
T echnical data
(about 300 Vdc), made by rectification of 230 Vac line
voltage. When line voltage is not present, dc output Input voltage 230 Vac (205 — 252 V) Number of output connections
voltage is generated by converting reserve 48 Vdc Line voltage frequency 48 — 64 Hz DC UPS-300 4
input voltage (batteries). Reserve 48 Vdc is available in DC UPS-400 5
Input dc voltage (batteries) 48 Vdc DC UPS-600/800 3
systems, which have uninterruptible dc power supply Optional 24/36/110/220 Vdc
(for example, telecommunication companies, railroad Output dc voltage EMC standard Class B
companies, power distribution companies, etc.). working “on” line voltage 310 — 340 Vdc Safety standard EN 60950
DC UPS-400 with built in charger (4.5 A/48 V) is working “on” batteries 300 Vdc Dimension (H x W x L)
Load power 300/400/600/800 Wmax
marked DC UPS-400/P. DC UPS-300 57 x 237 x 335 mm
Switch time from working on line DC UPS-400/ 600/800 88 x 258 x 423 mm
Switching from ac line supplying to reserve battery to working on batteries 0 ms

Voltage 300 Vdc


supplying and vice-versa, is going without time period Weight
Protection of batteries from overdischarge <44 Vdc DC UPS-300 2 kg
of output voltage interrupt (that happens with classic
Batteries charging time (48 V/38 Ah) DC UPS-400/600/800 5 kg
off-line UPSs - at output of classic AC UPS exist inter-
rupt in energy supply in period 5-15 ms, because of DC UPS-400/P <10 h
adding ac voltages, which are not synchronous). That
can be accomplished because, on output of DC UPS,
dc voltage generated from rectified ac line voltage and
dc voltage generated from dc/dc converter are con-
nected in parallel; their sum is output DC UPS voltage.

DC UPS-300 DC UPS-400 DC UPS-600/800


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SF25
Phase Selector

„„ SF25 - additional level of security in the overall power supply


system
„„ Monitoring the voltage of each phase from the three-phase
mains connection
„„ Supplying one-phase user by choosing priority phase
(Vac>180Vac) from a three-phase main connection
Power Eletronics

„„ Maximum load current 25A


„„ Voltage and time hysteresis during restore of the correct phase

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Applications „„ Time hysteresis means that, after the detection T E chnical data
of phase failure, during the one period of time
Phase Selector is a device whose input is three-phase
(about 7-8 seconds), return of the same phase to Input
voltage and one phase is forwarded to the output.
user is stopped (although it is correct and have a Input voltage per phase 230 Vac nom.
Neutral is directly forwarded to the output.
greater priority than the current active phase). In Frequency  50 Hz nom.
„„ SF25 continuously monitors all present phases this way, it overcomes the problem of instability
Input current per phase  25 Aac max
present and based on the fact the phases are of the main power network during disappearance
correct or not and their mutual priorities, deter- of one of the phases. Phase selector operating parameters
mine which phase will be forwarded to the user „„ Local monitoring of the SF25 functioning and situ- Time hysteresis  5 sec min.
(output). ation with phases can be done via leds. Hysteresis voltage  40 V min.
„„ Line is correct if the phase voltage is greater than „„ SF25 can be delivered to customer already wired Phase switch-off (for European standard)  180 Vac nom.
the minimum. In this way, phase selector plays the
 Fixed Adjustable 165 – 210 Vac
role of an additional level of security throughout
the whole power supply system. R Input/output terminal connections
„„ With disappearance of one or two phases, user did Terminals, for cable cross-section (min)  6 mm2
not stay without main power supply
Control Local LED signalization
electronics Control electronics green LED
Basic functions S
Load Correct phase  green LED (one per phase)
„„ The user is connected to one phase only. The 230 Vac
control electronics determines which phase form (user)
Control Designed and tested according to
the input will be forwarded to the output. Selec- electronics  Safety standard EN60950 (UL1950)
tor switches off the active phase when registering T
their disappearance or too low voltage. After that Environmental
connects the load to the next correct phase, in Ambient operating temperature  – 25C⁰ to +50C⁰
accordance with the priority of the phase that is Control
electronics Air circulation  Natural
determined in advance.
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SF25 Phase Selector


„„ Switching is performed by relays. The time be- Dimensions
tween fault phase detection, the incorrect phase SF25 Block diagram Plastic box (WxDxH)  200 x 155 x 80 mm
switch-off and move to the next correct phase, is Enclosure protection  IP55, IP56
about 100 msec.
„„ For each phase there is a voltage and time hys-
teresis.
„„ Voltage hysteresis means that, when the phase
come on again, after disappearance, voltage must
be greater than the upper threshold of hysteresis
(eg. 200 Vac), to forward this phase to user again.
During the work, phase voltage must be greater
than the lower hysteresis threshold (eg. 170 Vac),
to consider the phase is correct.
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Manufacturing and Assembly of Electronic Devices

SMT ASSEMBLY „„ Complete electronic & mechanical design

„„ Continuous flow SMT line „„ PCB design service


„„ Components QFP, QFN, CSP, 0402 to „„ Electronic and electromechanical assemblies
 42mm, fine pitch ≥0.4 mm „„ Hybrid-Thick Film manufacturing
Contract Manufacturing

„„ BGA, μBGA ≥0.5 mm


„„ Wire/cable assembly
„„ RoHS& non-RoHS Services
„„ Funcional testing
„„ PTH, SMT & mixed technology,
Hi-Tech assembly „„ Temerature cycling
„„ Top and bottom placement with „„ Burn-in test
Single & double-sided assembly
„„ Medium volume manufacturing,
„„ No-Clean flux process and closed prototype and low volume
loop aqueous cleaning system
manufacturing
„„ Repair and rework including BGA i QFP
„„ Two surface mount manufacturing lines
„„ Automated Optical Inspection

HYBRID THICK FILM


„„ Complete thick film design capabilities
„„ Fast design and prototype turnarounds
„„ Multilayer conductors
„„ RoHS material
„„ Resistor design
„„ Laser trimming
„„ Resistor measurement
„„ Functional testing
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Manufacturing possibilities
„„ Automatic continuous flow SMT line with
29,800 chp/h capacity:
„„ Dual vision screen printer, (SAMSUNG)
„„ TwoSMD automatic pick & place machines,
(SAMSUNG CP45NEO)
„„ Reflow soldering process with 7 temperature
zones, (HELLER)
„„ Automatic optical inspection, (SAMSUNG)

Manufacturing and Assembly of Electronic Devices


„„ Other manufacturing equipment:
„„ Automatic wave soldering, two waves
„„ Di water cleaning, 4 chambres
„„ Alchocol solvent cleaning
„„ Four clima chambres
„„ Assemled PCB rework system
„„ Prototype and low volume manufacturing line:
„„ Semi-automatic screen printer
„„ Automatic pick and place components (SMD)
positionig up to 9,700 chp/h, (SAMSUNG
CP20FV)
„„ Reflow soldering process with 4 temperature
zones, (DIMA)

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Quality Assurance

„„ Reliability prediction of component parts, equipment and


systems
„„ Reliability testing of component parts, equipment and
systems
„„ Burn-in testing of component parts, equipment and systems
Management System

„„ Environmental testing of component parts, equipment and


systems
„„ Attesting of component parts, equipment and systems

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Quality Assurance Climatic exposures:
Permanently quality improvement of ours existing „„ Cooling up to –80°C,
products and service, and quality assurance of new „„ Heating up to +100°C,
products represent one of our basis business policy
(politics). „„ Humidification study state and cyclic, from +10°C
to +90°C, and 10% to 98% relative humidity
IRITEL’s Quality and Environmental management’s
policies are based on national and international refer- „„ Salt mist testing,
ence standards ISO 9001:2008. Mechanical resistance:
Testing determin conformity of product character- „„ Test samples can be exposed to diverse mechani-
istics to standards, technical regulations and specifica- cal impacts on all three axes:
tion: Serbian standards (SRPS), international standards
(ISO, IEC, CEE) and military standards (SNO, MIL). „„ Sinusoidal vibrations at constant frequency
„„ Sinusoidal vibrations at changing frequencies
Environmental Testing (frequency range from 5 Hz to 2000 Hz with ac-
celerations up to 50 g)
In our environmental testing laboratory we simulate
the environmental conditions to which various prod- „„ Bump testing with accelerations up to 40 g
ucts are exposed. IP testing:
We simulate the conditions to which electrical IP testing helps us to confirm the level of protection
devices are exposed during both, transportation and against access to dangerous parts, ingress of solid
operation. foreign objects (major objects, testing finger, thorn,
We simulate extreme temperature and humidity wire, dust), and ingress of water.
in various combinations.

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