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AN-100U Base Station
(Single Sector) User Manual
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Important Safety & Service Notices....................................................... 9 Safety Warnings ........................................................................................ 9 Important Warning Symbols .................................................................... 10 R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC Statements................................................. 10 Information For Use In Canada ............................................................... 12 Important Service Information ................................................................. 12 Redline Limited Standard Warranty......................................................... 13
Warranty Policy.......................................................................................................13 Limitations ..............................................................................................................13 Disclaimer ...............................................................................................................13

1.7 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.5.1 2.5.2 2.5.3 2.5.4 2.5.5 2.5.6 2.5.7 2.6 2.6.1 2.6.2 2.6.3 2.6.4 2.7 2.7.1 2.7.2 2.7.3

3 3.1 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3

WEEE Product Return Process............................................................... 14 RedMAX AN-100U Overview................................................................. 15 Introduction.............................................................................................. 15 IEEE 802.16 / WiMAX Compliance ......................................................... 16 PHY Specification.................................................................................... 16 OFDM (256 FFT) ..................................................................................... 16 Features .................................................................................................. 16 Privacy ................................................................................................. 16 Time Division Duplexing (TDD) ........................................................... 17 Coding Rate......................................................................................... 17 Modulation ........................................................................................... 17 Automatic Repeat Request (ARQ)....................................................... 17 Reed Solomon Error Correction .......................................................... 17 Time Synchronization .......................................................................... 18 Deployment Models................................................................................. 18 PTP Deployment ................................................................................. 18 PMP Deployment................................................................................. 18 Non Line-of-Sight................................................................................. 18 Channelization..................................................................................... 19 Service Flows .......................................................................................... 20 Service Flow Classification .................................................................. 20 Dynamic Service Addition.................................................................... 20 Scheduling........................................................................................... 20 Real-Time Polling Service (rt-PS)........................................................ 21 Best Effort (BE).................................................................................... 21 Physical Description ............................................................................. 22 AN-100U Terminal (IDU) ......................................................................... 22 Mounting.............................................................................................. 22 Power Supply ...................................................................................... 22 Wireless Section.................................................................................. 22 IF Port (Radio Control) ........................................................................ 23 Time Synchronization Port .................................................................. 23 Wireless LEDs ..................................................................................... 23
Link LED .................................................................................................................23

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............................................................................................ 32 Interface...................................RedMAX Base Station user manual Signal LED.....6 3.......5 4................................. 38 Steps to Activate Changes to Service Flows................................ 32 Wireless Status.............................................................................................................................................. 37 Creating Service Flows ......................2.........................................................1. 31 Management Port ..............3 4......................1 3.................................... 31 Status ....... #70-00058-01-00 ... 25 System Pwr LED..................................2 3...................... 26 Grounding Connection.........................34 Ingress.........................4 Ethernet Section ................................................................... 31 General Info....3 4.............................................24 Data Port FD/Col LED ........ 27 Antenna ............................................................................................................................................................................................2 Reset Switch...............................34 Egress ........................................................................2....4 4.............................. 27 Transceiver...............................................................................24 Data Port 100 LED..........2................................. 23 Data Port ...........................3 4 4..........................................5 System Section....................... 23 Data Port LEDs...................................................................................................... 35 SS Information........................................................................... 36 Downlink/Uplink ...................................1 SS Info..............................................25 3........................................ 24 Mgt Port Link (Link/Act) LED ................................................................................................................................................................................ 31 System..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................34 4......................................................3.......................................................................1.......2......................................... 33 Status ......................................23 3...2...................................................... 24 Data Port Link/Act LED.........................................2...............................................2............. 27 Antenna Mounting Bracket .... 28 Configuration Using a Web Browser............................. 28 System Menu.........................................1......................................................................... 35 SF Info ..........................25 3........................... 39 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 4 of 100 May 30.................... 27 Web Interface .....................2....................................... 24 Mgt Port LEDs ............................... 26 Console Port..............................1 4..................2 4............... 39 Service Class Configuration Screen.................................................Overview ..........................................................1......................................................................................................................................................................................7 3................................................. 2006 Doc..................................................................................................................... 27 RF Port .......................... 30 Monitoring Screens.........................................................................................................25 System Fault LED..............................................................1 4..............................24 Mgt Port Act (100) LED......................................1............................................................................................................................. 27 IF Port... 38 Service Classes ........................ 26 Radio (ODU).............................1 4... 25 System LEDs...................................................................................2 3............................................................................................................................................................ 36 Event Log ..........................................................................................................................24 Mgt Port ..............................................................................................

...........................................................................2 5..............................RedMAX Base Station user manual Add a Service Class ..................................................................................................................................................1 4.....................................................5..... 63 Interfaces...............3.............................................. 42 Service Flow Configuration Screen .........................4................ 2006 Doc...............................................................................................................................................1 5..............3 5............2 5........................................................1 5...........................................2 Save Provisioning Information ............................................................... 50 RF Parameters . 50 PHY Parameters..............................41 4......................................43 4...............58 4...................................................................................................................................... 62 Telnet Logout............................................................ 66 reboot .................................................4 4.................................................................................................................. 64 ipAddress...................................................................................................................................................................... 49 Clear Provisioning Configuration ............42 Delete SF (all associated Classifiers will be deleted)...........................................................................................47 4........................................................................1 4....... 66 monitor.............. 49 Save Provisioning Configuration .............................. 42 Add Service Flow......................3....................................................................................................................................................4..................... 59 Before Beginning the Upgrade ........................................................................................ 60 System Account Management.....................................46 Remove Classifier...................................................................... 61 CLI Interface..................................3 5..5. 67 set67 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 5 of 100 May 30.. 59 Active SW Selection ..................................................................................................................................................3................ 62 Connecting via Telnet....................4 4....................................................3................................................................................3....................................................................................... 54 DHCP Relay Agent Parameters ..2 4..... 53 Configuration Buttons .......... 46 Add a Classifier........................................................................... 62 CLI Modes ..............................2.................................................43 Service Flows .............. 60 Upgrade AN-100U ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................3............................................................2 Service Flows .......................... 50 Wireless Interface ...............................................................................41 View Service Class ..... 56 Example: Backoff Settings............................................... #70-00058-01-00 ......................................................................1 5............................................3............................................5 Software Upgrade..............6 4.................... 45 Classifier Configuration Screen .......5 4.......6................................... 55 Admin Tools....3............................................4 5...................................................................... 53 Management Interface................................. 56 Advanced Config ............................ 63 CLI Commands.....3 4............4.................. 49 Interface Configuration .............................. 59 Upgrading Software..................................... 51 MAC Parameters .....39 Delete a Service Class ............................................................ 63 Common Controls................47 View Classifiers ............ 54 IP Parameters.3 Classifiers ...1 5 5.................................................. 51 Ethernet Interface .................

......2 7......................... 71 6.............................................................................................3 Time Synchronization .......... 75 6..........................................................................................................3 7....................................................2 Calculating Receive Sensitivity (WiMAX Testing)....... 78 Factory Default Settings .....................................3.. 91 Doc............1 8.......................... 73 Sample Test for Subscriber Station Receive Sensitivity.......................................................4.............................................................................. 80 Troubleshooting the Web Interface ........4 7................. 74 6.... 70 6 Operational Notes...1 Multipath Interference..............................2 Interference Issues .......................2...... 87 System Technical Specifications ................................................................................... 67 5...............................................................2......... 89 DC Power Connections ........................4.................9 wmanlfBs ...........76 Backup AN-100U ................................................................3 General Interference........................................................1 Modes of Operation ......RedMAX Base Station user manual 5........................ 78 System LEDs ..................................................76 6............................................ 77 DHCP Relay Agent ............................................ 82 System Log Messages .................................................................1 7................ 79 Replacing the System Fuse..................................................... 90 Glossary ................................ 72 6....3 7...............................................7 7....................6 show ....5 Network Services..................................................... 77 Time of Day Server (ToD)............5 7.................................3 8........................................................................3........ 71 6..... 79 System Reset Switch.................. 79 Recovering a lost IP address................................ 80 Re-Ranging Log Message.............................................2............................. 69 5...............2 8................3.......................................................................4 8.................................................................3...6 7............................... 77 Troubleshooting ........................................ 73 Overview....................2.....................7 Software Upgrade................................... #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 6 of 100 May 30.................. 69 5.................................................. 78 Console Port............. 70 5............................1 7...................2..........................................................................2....................10 x509...1 Co-Channel Operation.....................................................4 6......................................................................................................................................................................................... 89 Receive Sensitivity .................................................................. 2006 .......................3...............................3....................................8 8 8.......................................2 7......................................... 73 6........................................................................... 78 Front Panel Diagnostics ..... 87 Radio Types .... 81 RF Troubleshooting ........................................... 75 Master AN-100U ................ 83 Appendices ..........................................................................................................................................................................2 7 7.............................. 72 6...........1 6............................8 User ...........

.................... 87 Table 37: Specs .....................Monitor Command ..................................... 2006 ................................................................Wireless ......... 26 Table 14: System ..................... 24 Table 9: System ................................................Ethernet Data Port FD/Col LEDs ................Console Port Default Settings ....RF Error Diagnostics .........Ethernet Mgt Port Link LEDs..... 78 Table 33: Troubleshooting ................................................................................... 63 Table 18: CLI .....Co-channel C/I dB Measured Results ...............................R&TTE Community Language CE Declarations ....................... 23 Table 4: System .. 82 Table 35: Troubleshooting ...........Fault LED Indications .............................................WmanlfBs Command..................................Interface Command ...... 70 Table 29: Op........................... 24 Table 7: System ............................................................................................Factory Default Settings ...........5 MHz and 7 MHz Channels.......................................x509 Command .................... 12 Table 3: System ...... 64 Table 20: CLI ................................................................ 26 Table 15: Web ........ 70 Table 28: CLI ....................................................................Wireless Signal LED Indications ...........................................................................................................................................Wireless Link LED Indications...........................................................................Ethernet Data Port 100 LEDs... 69 Table 27: CLI ..... #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 7 of 100 May 30................. Notes ............... 74 Table 31: Specs ................................. 23 Table 5: System ...... 71 Table 30: Op Notes: Receive Sensitivity Tests ..............RedMAX AN-100U Base Station ......... 24 Table 6: System ............................................ 25 Table 10: System ..Pwr LED Indications..................................Radios with 3......Set Command................................... 90 Doc..................AN-100U Receive Sensitivity ...Software Upgrade Command .............. 69 Table 26: CLI ...................................6 GHz) ...................................Front Panel Reset Switch.......................................Adaptive Modulation Threshold Settings ..........................Event Log Messages........... 26 Table 13: System ...............RedMAX Base Station user manual LIST OF TABLES Table 1: Notices ................................................. 89 Table 39: DC Power Supply Cable Connections...R&TTE: Countries of Use (3................... 81 Table 34: Troubleshooting .Console Port (RS-232) Pinout.Root Mode Commands....... 67 Table 24: CLI .GPS Receiver Specifications ........................ 67 Table 23: CLI ....... 25 Table 11: System .................................................... 66 Table 21: CLI ...... 76 Table 32: Troubleshooting ...........IP Address Command ..................................................... 63 Table 19: CLI . 66 Table 22: CLI ...................................................................................Show Command ... 57 Table 17: CLI ..... 24 Table 8: System ................Web Interface Diagnostics .......................... 29 Table 16: Web ........Command Summary..................................... 11 Table 2: Notices ....................Ethernet Data Port Link/Act LEDs................................................... 89 Table 38: Specs ........................User Command . 83 Table 36: Specifications ...............AN-100U Screens and Access Control.Reboot Command ....... 25 Table 12: System ......4 GHz & 3..Ethernet Mgt Port Act LEDs ... 67 Table 25: CLI .

.. 49 Figure 24: Web ....................................................Wireless Statistics Screen.......... 53 Figure 26: Web ......................................................... 61 Figure 31: CLI ......Admin Tools ...... 42 Figure 22: Configuration ....................................Burst Profile Settings .............Save SF Configuration Screen .........Software Upgrade Screen ............Time of Day (ToD) ..........AN-100U Login Screen............................................. 32 Figure 16: Web ...... 79 Doc................Monitoring .................................................................................................... 59 Figure 30: Web .. 25 Figure 10: System .......Admin Tools ................Service Flow Screen............. 30 Figure 14: Web .. 36 Figure 19: Web ..........................Advanced Configuration Screen..................AN-100U Terminal.......SF Info Screen..........................Event Log Screen .... 22 Figure 7: System ....................... 27 Figure 11: Web ......... 33 Figure 17: Web ........................AN-100U System Menu...WEEE Logo .. 39 Figure 21: Configuration ................ 50 Figure 25: Web ................. 18 Figure 4: System ........................ 23 Figure 9: System ............................. 31 Figure 15: Web ......Service Class Screen ...................... 19 Figure 5: System ........Configuration .................................System LEDs and Reset Switch .....................................Monitoring ................................ and Antenna... 54 Figure 27: Web ......Monitoring ........................Front Panel ......Connecting via Telnet..................... 14 Figure 2: Intro ...........................Monitoring ...........Configuration ....SS Info . 56 Figure 28: Web ........................Non-Line of Sight Deployment .......................System Password Screen ....................RedMAX Base Station user manual LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1: Notices ............................Fresnel Zone........... 77 Figure 35: Op Notes: Network Services ... 35 Figure 18: Web ........................................................................................ 72 Figure 33: Op Notes: GPS Synchronization Connections.. 75 Figure 34: Op Notes: Network Services .... 2006 .......Status ......................... 22 Figure 8: System ..............Monitoring ..............Front Panel Wireless Section.... 77 Figure 36: Diagnostics: AN-100U Front Panel View .........Admin Tools ......Management Interface Screen.....Admin Tools ...... Transceiver................................General Information Screen ................Front Panel Ethernet LEDs and RJ-45 Ports ......... 28 Figure 12: IDU Installation .............................. 19 Figure 6: System .................. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 8 of 100 May 30............PTP Line of Sight Deployment................ 15 Figure 3: System .....DHCP Relay ....... 62 Figure 32: Op Notes: OFDM Multiple Carriers ......................Advanced Config ........Configuration .................. 45 Figure 23: Configuration ..............................Transceiver and Antenna....... 57 Figure 29: Web ........... 37 Figure 20: Configuration ..............................Wireless Status Screen...................Classifier Screen ...................Browser Address Field .........Status ..... 30 Figure 13: IDU Installation .......................... 78 Figure 37: Diagnostics: AN-100U Power Supply Fuse Holder .SS Info Screen ..............Ethernet Interface Screen .........................Monitoring ........Wireless Interface Screen....

This product is supplied with a grounding power plug. and do not overload wall outlets. The power requirements are indicated on the product-marking label. 2. Technical service personnel must employ the same cautions when bench-testing equipment prior to field deployment. 5. The AN-100U provides DC power to the outdoor transceiver unit through the IF cable. 2006 . #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 9 of 100 May 30. Installers must ensure that the AN-100U indoor unit is completely powered off before connecting or disconnecting the IF cable at the transceiver or indoor unit. Do not defeat this important safety feature. 6. 4.RedMAX Base Station user manual Chapter 1 1 1. IF cable connection caution: IF Cable Connection Caution to Service Personnel Connecting or disconnecting the IF cable connector when the AN-100U is powered-on may damage the AN-100U equipment. Units are not equipped with power switches and activate immediately when connected to a power source. Installation of the antenna and transceiver must be contracted to a professional installer. Do not exceed the described limits. Read this User Manual and follow all operating and safety instructions. DC power supply connection warning: DC Power Supply Connections Warning to Service Personnel Caution for all AC and DC models: Caution for all DC models: 7. 3. Position the power cord to avoid possible damage. Double pole/neutral fusing. Doc.1 Important Safety & Service Notices Safety Warnings 1.

13. 11. The system must be properly grounded to protect against power surges and accumulated static electricity. Authorities within the country of installation can provide information regarding the licensing regime and restrictions.4-3. 14. Keep all product information for future reference. Bodily injury may result if you are not aware of the safety hazards involved in working with electrical equipment and radio transmitters. These warning symbols mean danger.RedMAX Base Station user manual 8. size of grounding conductors and connection requirements for grounding electrodes. 15. The radio transceiver units must not be located near power lines or other electrical power circuits. Use only a damp cloth for cleaning. Refer to the sections in this product User Guide for detailed information about the correct installation steps to ensure power and frequency settings are set correctly before connecting the antenna. It is the responsibility of the system installer and/or system operator to ensure the installed system does not exceed any operational constraints identified by local regulations. Familiarize yourself with standard safety practices before continuing.6 GHz band is subject to license. location of discharge unit. Do not operate this device near water or in a wet location. Do not place this product on or near a direct heat source. 1. mast. It is the user’s responsibility to install this device in accordance with the local electrical codes: correct installation procedures for grounding of the transceiver unit. 12. 2006 . #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 10 of 100 May 30. and local regulations. lead-in wire and discharge unit. 10.3 R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC Statements Installation The transceiver and antenna equipment must be installed by a qualified professional installer and must be installed in compliance with regional.2 Important Warning Symbols The following symbols may be encountered during installation or troubleshooting. 1. Electro-Magnetic Radiation High Voltage Warning to service personnel: Caution for all AC and DC models – Double Pole/Neutral fusing. national. Protect the unit by disconnecting the power if it is not used for long periods. Locate the terminal on a stable horizontal surface or mount it securely in a 19inch Telco rack. 9. Operation in the 3. Doc. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Disconnect the power before cleaning. and avoid placing objects on the terminal.

Con la presente Redline Communications dichiara che questo RedMAX Base Station (model AN-100U) è conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE. Bij deze verklaart Redline Communications dat deze RedMAX Base Station (model AN-100U) voldoet aan de essentiële eisen en aan de overige relevante bepalingen van Richtlijn 1999/5/EC. Par la présente Redline Communications déclare que l'appareil RedMAX Base Station (model AN-100U) est conforme aux exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions pertinentes de la directive 1999/5/CE. Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 11 of 100 May 30. (BMWi) Hiermit erklärt Redline Communications die Übereinstimmung des Gerätes RedMAX Base Station (model AN-100U) mit den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den anderen relevanten Festlegungen der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG. Hierbij verklaart Redline Communications dat het toestel RedMAX Base Station (model AN-100U) in overeenstemming is met de essentiële eisen en de andere relevante bepalingen van richtlijn 1999/5/EG.RedMAX Base Station user manual Community Language Declarations The following table contains community language versions of informal statement in accordance with Article 6. Par la présente. Hereby. Redline Communications déclare que ce RedMAX Base Station (model AN-100U) est conforme aux exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions de la directive 1999/5/CE qui lui sont applicables. at følgende udstyr RedMAX Base Station (model AN-100U) overholder de væsentlige krav og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF. Redline Communications declara que este RedMAX Base Station (model AN100U) está conforme com os requisitos essenciais e outras provisões da Directiva 1999/5/CE.R&TTE Community Language CE Declarations Danish Undertegnede Redline Communications erklærer herved. 2006 Dutch English Finnish French German Greek Italian Portuguese Spanish Swedish Doc. Härmed intygar Redline Communications att denna RedMAX Base Station (model AN-100U) står I överensstämmelse med de väsentliga egenskapskrav och övriga relevanta bestämmelser som framgår av direktiv 1999/5/EG. Redline Communications. declares that this RedMAX Base Station (model AN-100U) is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. Redline Communications vakuuttaa täten että RedMAX Base Station (model AN100U) tyyppinen laite on direktiivin 1999/5/EY oleellisten vaatimusten ja sitä koskevien direktiivin muiden ehtojen mukainen. Table 1: Notices . dass sich dieser/diese/dieses RedMAX Base Station (model AN-100U) in Übereinstimmung mit den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den anderen relevanten Vorschriften der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG befindet". Hiermit erklärt Redline Communications.3 of Directive 1999/5/EC. Por medio de la presente Redline Communications declara que el RedMAX Base Station (model AN-100U) cumple con los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE. #70-00058-01-00 . (Wien) ΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΠΑΡΟΥΣΑ Redline Communications ∆ΗΛΩΝΕΙ ΟΤΙ RedMAX Base Station (model AN-100U) ΣΥΜΜΟΡΦΩΝΕΤΑΙ ΠΡΟΣ ΤΙΣ ΟΥΣΙΩ∆ΕΙΣ ΑΠΑΙΤΗΣΕΙΣ ΚΑΙ ΤΙΣ ΛΟΙΠΕΣ ΣΧΕΤΙΚΕΣ ∆ΙΑΤΑΞΕΙΣ ΤΗΣ Ο∆ΗΓΙΑΣ 1999/5/ΕΚ.

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Table 2: Notices - R&TTE: Countries of Use (3.4 GHz & 3.6 GHz)
Country Austria Belgium Bulgaria Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece 3400-3600 MHz Country Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Netherlands Norway 3400-3600 MHz Country Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom 3400-3600 MHz

R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC - Declarations of conformity are available at the following web site address: http://www.redlinecommunications.com/conformance/

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Information For Use In Canada
Usage of this AN-100U base station is subject to license within Canada. More information regarding licensing requirements is available from Industry Canada (www.ic.gc.ca).

Important Service Information
1. Refer all repairs to qualified service personnel. Removing the covers or modifying any part of this device, as this voids the warranty. 2. Disconnect the power to this product and return it for service if the following conditions apply: - The unit does not function after following the operating instructions outlined in this manual. - Liquid has been spilled, a foreign object is inside, or the terminal has been exposed to rain. - The product has been dropped or the housing is damaged. 3. Locate the serial number of the terminal, antenna, and transceiver and record these on your registration card for future reference. Use the space below to affix serial number stickers. Record the MAC address, located on the back of the terminal.

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Redline Limited Standard Warranty
Warranty Policy Redline warrants that (i) Redline has all Intellectual Property Rights necessary to sell the Redline Products, and to license the Software in accordance with the terms of this policy; and (ii) each Redline Product will be free from defects in material and workmanship and will conform to Redline's specifications for the particular Product for a period of 12 months from the date of delivery. Redline's exclusive remedy for any defective Product is limited to the repair or replacement of the defective Product at Redline's sole discretion. Redline will have a reasonable time after determining that a defective Product exists to repair or replace a defective Product. Redline's replacement Product under its limited standard warranty will be manufactured from new and serviceable used parts. Redline's warranty applies to repaired or replaced Products for the balance of the applicable period of the original standard warranty or ninety days from the date of shipment of a repaired or replaced Product, whichever is longer. All defective Redline Products, or defective components thereof, returned under this warranty shall become Redline's property.

Important -- Warranty Information -- IF Cable
The AN-100U factory warranty is valid only if the Redline approved IF cable is installed and properly weatherproofed according to instructions in the AN-100U Installation Guidelines manual (Doc.#70-00059-01-XX). Refer to the technical specifications in this manual for a list of Redline approved IF cables.

Limitations The foregoing warranties apply only to Redline Certified Partners and to its EndUsers. Redline shall provide warranty service only for the most current version of the Redline Products. Redline shall have no obligation to provide warranty services if the Material Defect in the Redline Product is caused by a malfunction of non-Redline hardware or software, by modification of the Redline Product not made by Redline, by operator error, or by use of the Redline Product that is not in accordance with the operating instructions for the Redline Products. Redline will accept warranty returns only from Certified Partners and these Certified Partners must arrange all details of such returns with End-Users eligible under the foregoing warranties. Redline has no liability for general, consequential, incidental or special damages. These includes lost profits and the cost of the installation or removal of any Products, the installation of repaired or replacement Products, and any inspection, testing, or redesign caused by any defect or by the repair or replacement of Products arising from a defect in any Product. Disclaimer EXCEPT FOR THE WARRANTIES STATED IN THE ABOVE, REDLINE DISCLAIMS ALL EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES ON REDLINE
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WEEE Product Return Process

Figure 1: Notices - WEEE Logo

In accordance with the WEEE (Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment) directive, 2002/96/EC, Redline Communications equipment is marked with the logo shown above. The WEEE directive seeks to increase recycling and re-use of electrical and electronic equipment. This symbol indicates that this product should not be disposed of as part of the local municipal waste program. Contact your local sales representative for additional information.

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AN-100U Terminal. connected to a WAN network access point. A RedMAX AN-100U base station functions as a central hub or concentrator. The RedMAX AN-100U is (part of) the 802.16 definition of a base station. The RedMAX AN-100U base station enforces the Quality of Service (QoS) settings by controlling all uplink and downlink traffic scheduling -. Redline Communications is a world leader in design and production of Broadband Fixed Wireless (BFW) systems.1 RedMAX AN-100U Overview Congratulations on your purchase of the Redline Communications model Access Node-100U wireless broadband AN-100U single sector base station. Doc. Transceiver.16-2004 compliant wireless device for deployment of point-to-multipoint (PMP) and point-to-point (PTP) systems. Each operational RedMAX wireless broadband network segment is comprised of a RedMAX AN-100U and one or more WiMAX Forum Certified subscriber stations.RedMAX Base Station user manual Chapter 2 2 2. Figure 2: Intro . #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 15 of 100 May 30. Each subscriber station registers and establishes a bidirectional data link with the AN-100U sector controller. and managing wireless links for remote subscriber stations. and Antenna The AN-100U consists of an indoor terminal (IDU) and outdoor transceiver and antenna (ODU). Introduction The RedMAX AN-100U is a carrier class IEEE 802.providing non-contention based traffic with predictable transmission characteristics. 2006 .

The MAC header of 802. OFDM uses the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) algorithm to implement modulation and demodulation functions.RedMAX Base Station user manual 2. and Connection Identifier (CID) necessary to decrypt a payload by the receiver.16 standards. A value of '0' indicates the payload is not Doc. and 10-66 GHz.16 contains the information Encryption Control (EC).16-2004 specifications describe a PMP broadband wireless access standard for systems operating in the frequency range of 2-11 GHz.162004 WirelessMAN-OFDM and WirelessHUMAN-OFDM Physical Layer Profiles: .1 Features Privacy The AN-100U is hardware ready to provide encryption for user traffic. Using adequate channel coding and bit-interleaving.4 OFDM (256 FFT) The AN-100U uses Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM).16 specification.0) . This standard includes descriptions for both the Media Access Control (MAC) and the physical (PHY) layers.5: WirelessMAN-OFDM PHY profile for 3.3 PHY Specification The AN-100U is designed for 2-11 GHz operation based on the WirelessMANOFDM PHY definition in the IEEE 802. 2006 . 2.5. The RedMAX product does not support mesh communication (direct subscriber-to-subscriber). The RedMAX AN-100U base station is compliant to the following IEEE 802. Redline is also active in recommending. OFDM is a multi-carrier transmission technique where the data stream is split and transmitted (at a reduced rate) in parallel streams on separate sub-carriers.16 standards committee and has been instrumental in creating the original 802.1) Note that the 802.16 specifications. writing and following-up on new amendments to the 802. A value of '1' indicates the payload is cryptographically protected and the EKS field contains meaningful data.ProfP3_7: WirelessMAN-OFDM PHY profile for 7 MHz channelization (Release 1.5 2.5 MHz channelization (Release 1. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 16 of 100 May 30. 2. OFDM can perform very well in severe multipath environments. 2.16 / WiMAX Compliance The IEEE 802.ProfP3_3. Redline is an active member of the WiMAX Forum™ and is participating in interoperability testing in the WiMAX Forum. Refer to the system specifications for supported frequency ranges. Redline is an active member of the IEEE 802.2 IEEE 802. and RedMAX product design compliance applies to a specific revision of the standard. mitigate frequency selective fading and provide high spectral efficiency.16 standards are subject to amendment. Protection of the payload is indicated by the EC bit field. Encryption Key sequence (EKS) .

2. 2. This is effective in recovery during Fast Fade conditions.RedMAX Base Station user manual cryptographically protected.5. making it more resistant to potential over-the-air errors.3 Coding Rate Each burst of data transmitted over the wireless interface is padded with redundant information. The coding rate is the ratio of user data to the total data transmitted including the redundant error correction data. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 17 of 100 May 30. The EKS field contains a sequence number used to identify the current generation of keying material. Note: The privacy sub-layer. polls for grant requests. and AES CCM are not available in the current software version.5. The AN-100U supports BPSK. and sends grant acknowledgements based on the total of all traffic to all subscriber stations. with the exception of BPSK 1/2 where only inward Convolution Coding is used.5 Automatic Repeat Request (ARQ) The ARQ mechanism provides automatic retransmission of errored data and unacknowledged data without involving higher-layer protocols. 2. 2/3. and 3/4.4 Modulation The modulation technique specifies how the data is coded within the OFDM carriers. Doc.6 Reed Solomon Error Correction Outer Reed-Solomon and inward Convolution Coding (RS-CC) error correction is enabled for all traffic rates. 2. 16 Quadarature Amplitude Modulation (QAM). CBC-Mode 56-bit DES. These low-level processes can correct bursts of errors in received messages and reduce the number of retransmissions. The AN-100U supports coding rates of 1/2.5. 2006 .5. The AN-100U is hardware-ready and these features may be enabled in a future releases. and 64 QAM modulation.5. These are both non-contention based methods for providing an efficient and predictable two-way PTP or PMP cell deployment. or using separate RF channels using half-duplex FDD (HD-FDD). 2. The AN-100U sends data traffic to subscriber stations.2 Time Division Duplexing (TDD) The AN-100U system uses time division duplexing (TDD) to transmit and receive on the same RF channel. All uplink and downlink transmission scheduling is managed by the AN-100U. QPSK.

2 PMP Deployment When deployed in a PMP configuration the AN-100U establishes bi-directional links to more than one subscriber station.6.6.7 Time Synchronization Using the synchronization ports. optical line-of-sight (OLOS). and non line-of-sight (NLOS) operation. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 18 of 100 May 30.5. 2006 . 2.3 Non Line-of-Sight The RedMAX system supports line-of-sight (LOS). A clear LOS link has no obstacles within 60% of the first Fresnel zone of the direct path. Doc. PMP deployments typically use a wide beam (sector) antenna at the AN-100U and a narrow beam antenna at the subscriber station.1 Deployment Models The AN-100U supports point to point (PTP) and point to multipoint (PMP) deployment scenarios. but a visible path exists between the AN100U and subscriber station. The PTP deployments typically use a directional narrow beam antenna for both ends of the link.6 2. PTP Deployment When deployed in a PTP configuration the AN-100U establishes a dedicated bidirectional link to a single subscriber station. An OLOS link has obstructions within 60% of the first Fresnel zone.PTP Line of Sight Deployment 2. Service flows are used to police service level agreements for each subscriber station.6. two or more co-located AN-100Us can synchronize transmitter operation and reduce inter-cell interference. 2.RedMAX Base Station user manual 2. Figure 3: System . Refer to the following illustration.

RedMAX Base Station user manual Figure 4: System . The use of the operating band must be in accordance with European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT) Recommendation 14-03. with the frequency band defined by the transceiver unit. 2006 . Figure 5: System . a wireless link can be established only if a reflective path can be established between the AN-100U and subscriber station. Allocation of channels during deployment is dependent on spectrum availability in the licensed FWA band and local licensing requirements and conditions. In this case. The AN-100U divides the available frequency band into channels. while avoiding frequency contention in adjacent sectors. Channel selection allows planners to obtain the maximum geographic coverage. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 19 of 100 May 30.Fresnel Zone A wireless link is considered non LOS if natural or man-made structures block the visible path between the AN-100U and the subscriber station.Non-Line of Sight Deployment 2. Doc.4 Channelization The AN-100U is a frequency-specific system.6.

2. Setup messages are sent by the AN-100U following any subscriber station powercycle. A 16-bit Connection ID (CID) is associated with each active SFID (connection active). 2.7.7 Service Flows Service flows are a key feature of the 802. These service flows can have different QoS settings. or any service flow add/delete operation at the AN-100U. 2006 . A service flow may be pre-provisioned or can be dynamically created and deleted without service outage. A set of QoS parameters specifying the required resources. the AN-100U sends a setup message to the subscriber station specifying the required set of QoS parameters. This allows service providers to offer different services. A service flow is partially characterized by the following attributes: 1. The SFID serves as the principal identifier for the Service Flow and has an associated direction. or VLAN tag.7. By analyzing the total of requests of all subscriber stations. Transmitting bidirectional traffic requires that two service flows be defined: one for the uplink. For each service flow to be established. and segregate traffic flows having different QoS requirements.1 Service Flow Classification Data packets are forwarded by the AN-100U based on classification rules. The principal resource is bandwidth. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 20 of 100 May 30.7. A 32-bit Service Flow ID (SFID) is assigned to all existing service flows. Classification rules require examining each packet for pattern matches such as destination address. 3. All classification is defined at the AN-100U and the classification parameters are downloaded to the subscriber. A service flow represents a unidirectional data flow. A set of QoS parameters defining the level of service being provided. 4. source address. The AN-100U allows multiple service flows to be configured for each subscriber station in a sector.RedMAX Base Station user manual 2. 2. The subscriber station responds to each request by accepting or rejecting the setup message. This provides non-contention based traffic model with predictable transmission characteristics. Doc.2 Dynamic Service Addition Service flows are defined and stored in the AN-100U.16 standard. and another for the downlink. the AN-100U ensures that uplink and downlink traffic conforms with the current service level agreements (SLAs). loss and recovery of the wireless link to a subscriber station. This is useful for supporting multiple subscribers in a single sector. New subscribers can be added and existing subscribers can be removed or have service levels modified. but the specification may also include latency requirements. 2.3 Scheduling The AN-100U enforces QoS settings for each service flow by controlling all uplink and downlink traffic scheduling.

This is efficient for applications that have a real-time component and continuously changing bandwidth requirements.RedMAX Base Station user manual Centralized scheduling increases traffic predictability. and provides maximum opportunity for reducing overhead. Real-Time Polling Service (rt-PS) The AN-100U schedules a continuous regular series of transmit opportunities for the subscriber station to send variable size data packets. Best Effort (BE) The AN-100U schedules transmit opportunities for the subscriber station to send traffic based on unused bandwidth after all higher level traffic scheduling requirements are serviced. This is the only opportunity for multiple subscriber stations to transmit simultaneously. A regular period is scheduled for subscriber stations to register with the AN100U. These subscriber stations may be newly commissioned or have been deregistered due to service outage or interference on the wireless interface. The grant size is based on the current data transfer requirement. Doc. Typical applications include streaming MPEG video or VOIP with silence suppression. eliminates contention. Typical applications may include Internet access and email. 2006 . #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 21 of 100 May 30.

1. or a combination of AC and DC power supplies.2 Mounting The terminal can be freestanding on a flat surface. 2006 . #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 22 of 100 May 30.1. AN-100U time synchronization ports. data ports. 3.1 Physical Description AN-100U Terminal (IDU) This section describes the characteristics of the AN-100U terminal. and wireless LEDs. or mounted into a standard 19inch equipment rack.1 3.3 Wireless Section This section describes the wireless port. Cables are included with both AC and DC power supplies. Figure 7: System . and the reset switch are located on the front panel of the terminal.4: DC Power Connections on page 90 for additional information about DC power wiring. power receptacles.1. Figure 6: System .Front Panel All indicator LEDs. Refer to section 8.RedMAX Base Station user manual Chapter 3 3 3. Warning to service personnel: Caution for all AC and DC models – Double Pole/Neutral fusing. There is a ground terminal provided at the rear of the terminal. 3. Power Supply Power supply options include single or dual AC or DC supplies.Front Panel Wireless Section Doc.

Supplies power to the transceiver. Figure 8: System .1. . .4 Ethernet Section This section describes the Ethernet LEDs and port connections. Refer to section 6. Wireless LEDs Link LED The wireless Link LED flashes once every 8 frames to provide a 'heartbeat' indicator. 2006 . Through this port and cable. there is no possibility of establishing a wireless link. the terminal: . 3. Message types include: periodic ranging messages. bandwidth requests. No wireless link activity. and user data traffic.Transmits control information to the transceiver. and that the framer is operating correctly. If this LED is not flashing. Table 3: System .Wireless Signal LED Indications LED State ON OFF Description Messages being received from subscriber stations. This indicates proper communication with the outdoor unit (ODU).3: Time Synchronization on page 75 for additional information. Time Synchronization Port The synchronization interface has two SMA female connectors located on the front panel. Table 4: System . Wireless interface unavailable. Signal LED The Signal LED flashes each time a message is received from any subscriber station. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 23 of 100 May 30.RedMAX Base Station user manual IF Port (Radio Control) The terminal has a female N-type port for connection to the transceiver using a coaxial cable. The port can be programmed to operate in full duplex or half duplex mode and at 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps.Receives status information from the transceiver.Sends/receives IF modulated data to/from the transceiver.Wireless Link LED Indications LED State FLASH OFF Description Wireless interface enabled and functioning correctly. . Doc.Front Panel Ethernet LEDs and RJ-45 Ports Data Port The Data port is always enabled.

Ethernet interface is not active. Doc. Table 7: System . Table 8: System . This port can be disabled and management traffic sent through the data port. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 24 of 100 May 30. 2006 .RedMAX Base Station user manual Data Port LEDs Data Port Link/Act LED The Link/Act LED lights green when the LAN connection to the host is functioning properly. The LED is off when operating at 10 Mbps.Ethernet Data Port FD/Col LEDs LED ON FLASH OFF Description Full duplex operation Packet collisions detected on the LAN Half Duplex operation Note: There are always collisions occurring on a Half-Duplex link. Table 6: System .Ethernet Data Port Link/Act LEDs LED ON FLASH OFF Description Link is present.Ethernet Data Port 100 LEDs LED ON OFF Description LAN is operating at 100 Mbps. Data Port 100 LED The 100 LED lights solid green when the terminal is operating at 100 Mbps. Table 5: System . Ethernet interface is present and there is data activity. Mgt Port LEDs Mgt Port Link (Link/Act) LED The Mgt port Link LED lights green when a link is established. Mgt Port The Mgt port is used for out-of-band management and diagnostics. Link is present and there is data activity. LAN is operating at 10 Mbps.Ethernet Mgt Port Link LEDs LED ON FLASH OFF Description Ethernet interface is present. The LED flashes when collisions are detected. Link is not active. Data Port FD/Col LED The FD/Col LED lights green when the port is operating in Full Duplex mode.

Pwr LED Indications LED ON FLASH OFF Description Normal operation. Serious problem with the system hardware. Doc.5 System Section This section describes other general features of the front panel. System is turned off. Refer to the Troubleshooting section. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 25 of 100 May 30. Ethernet interface is operating at 10 Mbps. System LEDs The System LEDs indicate power supply status and system faults.Ethernet Mgt Port Act LEDs LED ON OFF Description Ethernet interface is operating at 100 Mbps. 3. One of the dual AC/DC power supplies is off. The LED is off when operating at 10 Mbps. System Fault LED The Fault LED lights red when a serious fault is detected. Table 11: System . 2006 .1.RedMAX Base Station user manual Mgt Port Act (100) LED The 100 LED lights solid green when the Mgt port is operating at 100 Mbps. Only one of the dual power supplies is operational.System LEDs and Reset Switch System Pwr LED The Pwr LED lights green to indicate normal operation.Fault LED Indications LED OFF FLASH ON Description Normal operation. Table 9: System . Table 10: System . Figure 9: System .

2006 . Correct grounding is very important for safe operation of wireless equipment. 3.600 8 None None 1 The following table lists the Console port pinout and associated signals. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 26 of 100 May 30. A long-reset sets the IP address and password to the factory defaults. Doc.7 Grounding Connection A ground terminal is located on the rear of the terminal. use a small narrow object (i.1. Table 14: System .6 3. Long-reset.Front Panel Reset Switch Operation Depress switch less than 5 seconds Depress switch longer than 5 seconds Result Short-reset. paper clip) to depress the switch.24 column is ITU-TSS V.e. To operate the switch.24 circuit name.24 Description RXD BB 104 Receive Data TXD BA 103 Transmit Data GND AB 102 System Ground Note: V. The following table lists the default settings for the Console port: Table 13: System ..1. Statistics counters are reset. Refer to Troubleshooting section. A short-reset is equivalent to cycling the terminal power off/on. Console Port The console port requires a crossover (null modem) cable to connect directly to a PC serial port emulating a VT-52 or VT-100 terminal.Console Port Default Settings Baud Data Bits Flow Control Parity Stop Bits 57.Console Port (RS-232) Pinout Pin 2 3 5 Name RS232 V.RedMAX Base Station user manual Reset Switch The Reset button is recessed in the front panel of the terminal. Table 12: System .

3. 2006 .2.4 ½") OD masts found on many commercial tower installations.Sends/receives IF modulated data to/from the terminal.RedMAX Base Station user manual 3.45 . Figure 10: System .Transceiver and Antenna IF Port The transceiver has a female N-type port for connection to the terminal using a coaxial cable. Through this port and cable. A short coaxial cable is provided to connect the transceiver to the antenna.2 Antenna The antenna RF port (female N-type connector) is for sending/receiving the RF signal to/from the transceiver.2.2 3.1 Radio (ODU) Transceiver The radio transceiver is housed in a weatherproof aluminum alloy case.2. RF Port The transceiver RF port (female N-type connector) is used for sending/receiving the RF signal to/from the antenna. The vertical mount bracket can accommodate 4. 3. The transceiver features are listed in the following sections. the transceiver: . A short coaxial cable is provided to connect the antenna to the transceiver.Transmits status information to the terminal.11. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 27 of 100 May 30.Receives DC power from the terminal. Doc. .45 cm (1 ¾ . .Receives control information from the terminal.3 Antenna Mounting Bracket A vertical-mount bracket is provided with the system. .

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All configuration and monitoring functions can be performed using the web-based interface described in detail in this chapter.

System Menu
When you login to the AN-100U the General Information page is displayed. A menu of all available monitoring and configuration screens is located at the left side of the screen. Point and click any of the menu items in the menu to display the selected screen.

Figure 11: Web - AN-100U System Menu

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Table 15: Web - AN-100U Screens and Access Control
Function Monitoring Screen Title General Info Guest Access X Admin Access X Debug Access X Description View general system information, Ethernet LAN address settings, and wireless settings. View statistics for the wireless interface, Ethernet data port, and management port. View system information, Ethernet address settings, and wireless statistics for active subscriber stations. View system activity and error messages. Define the set of service classes. Define service flows based on the service classes. Define classifiers for each service flow. Activate service flows. View and modify RF, PHY, and MAC settings for the wireless interface. View and modify the Ethernet network interface settings. View and modify the IP and DHCP network interface settings. View and modify advanced wireless interface settings. Upload new system software and select the software version to load at startup. Add users and change system passwords. Reset the AN-100U terminal.
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1. Set the IP address of your PC to the following settings: IP Address: 192.168.101.110 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 2. Connect the host (laptop) computer directly to the Data port of the AN-100U terminal using an RJ-45 Ethernet (straight-through) cable. 3. Power-on the AN-100U terminal and restore the factory default settings by depressing the reset switch on the front panel for more than five (5) seconds. 4. Launch a Web Browser on the PC and enter the terminal IP address in the browser address field (192.168.101.3). The General Information screen is displayed and the operator can now login to the terminal.

Figure 12: IDU Installation - Browser Address Field

Click on any configuration menu item to activate the login dialog screen.

Figure 13: IDU Installation - AN-100U Login Screen

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Requires Time-of-Day (ToD) network server to be active. Time of Day: Current date and time. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 31 of 100 May 30. Software Version: Current version of software running on the AN-100U. Refer to section 4.General Information Screen System System Name: Assigned name for this AN-100U. Figure 14: Web .4. Doc. Default Gateway Address: IP address of the default network gateway. Time Since System Start: Time elapsed since the AN-100U was last reset. Refer to the Appendices for a list of supported radio types and designations.3: Management Interface on page 53. IP Subnet Mask: AN-100U network IP subnet mask.Monitoring .2. IP Address: AN-100U network IP address.2 4. General Info Click General Information in the system menu (left side of screen) to view general information. Radio Type: Identifies the transceiver type connected to this AN-100U. and the system front panel LEDs. management settings.1 Monitoring Screens This section describes the screens displaying system information and statistics. Management Port Ethernet MAC Address: AN-100U MAC address. 2006 .RedMAX Base Station user manual 4.

Doc.2. the AN-100U may request that the subscriber station change modulation rate. 2006 . Disabled . Traffic Uplink Kbps: Rate of traffic received from subscriber stations. Air Interface Status: Status of the AN-100U transceiver: Enabled . This counter is reset when an AN-100U is rebooted. Based on this value. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 32 of 100 May 30. The CINR value is calculated and displayed for each automatic screen refresh.Transceiver is operating normally. disabled.Status . CRC Errors: Number of CRC errors detected on packets received from subscriber stations. Traffic Downlink Kbps: Rate of traffic transmitted to subscriber stations.Monitoring .Wireless Status Screen Wireless Status CINR dB: Mean Carrier/(Interference + Noise) ratio. Figure 15: Web . Note: The CRC Errors counter in the SS Info screen is reset when a subscriber station is registered. BW Margin Uplink Kbps: Uplink bandwidth available that can be scheduled by the AN-100U. RF Tx Power dBm: Radio transmission output power level. Values are updated according to the screen refresh rate. or defective. Registered SS's: Number of subscriber stations currently registered with the AN100U.RedMAX Base Station user manual 4. BW Margin Downlink Kbps: Downlink bandwidth available that can be scheduled by the AN-100U. The CINR measured by the AN-100U is based on the signal from the subscriber station.2 Status Click Status in the system menu (left side of screen) to view status information about the wireless interface and Ethernet management interface.Transceiver is disconnected.

16 .Wireless interface. Slave . acOnly . and the management (Mgmt) Ethernet port.AN-100U is Master and is not synchronized to an external clock. IDU Temperature Celsius: Internal temperature of the indoor terminal. Master . #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 33 of 100 May 30.RedMAX Base Station user manual SC Synchro Status: Status of the AN-100U time synchronization: No Synch .Terminal is equipped with AC circuits only. Backup Slave . 2006 . dcOnly .Data Ethernet port. 802. 802. oneFanOn . Power Supply Status: Display the status of the power circuits.Monitoring .AN-100U is Backup Slave and will assume Master operations if Master is unavailable. ODU Temperature Celsius: Internal temperature of the transceiver.Wireless Statistics Screen Interface: Click the arrow in the menu box to select the desired interface: 802.Status .Management Ethernet port. Set by operator in the Wireless Interface screen.A single cooling fan is operating.Terminal is equipped with AC and DC circuits.AN-100U is Master and is synchronized to an external clock.AN-100U is not synchronized to an external clock. Select the desired interface and click the Refresh button to update the screen. Master with GPS Synchro . Fans Status: Display the status of the system cooling fans.16). acDc . Clear: Click the Clear button to reset the statistics on the selected interface. Reference RSS: Target value for average Received Signal Strength (RSS) for subscriber stations. Interface The interface panel provides statistics for the wireless interface (802.3 Mgmt . the data Ethernet port Data). twoFansOn .Both cooling fans are operating. Doc.Terminal is equipped with DC circuits only.3 Data . Figure 16: Web .AN-100U is Slave.

In Unicast Pkts: Total number of received valid Ethernet frames with a unicast destination address. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 34 of 100 May 30. This includes both frames discarded at ingress and frames discarded at egress due to priority and congestion at the output queues. Up . or anytime to display the latest statistics for the selected . Egress Out Octets: Total number of good octets transmitted. Out Unicast Pkts: Total number of frames transmitted with a unicast Destination address.Operational link to at least one subscriber station. In Not Unicast Pkts: Total number of received valid Ethernet frames with a multicast or broadcast destination address.RedMAX Base Station user manual Refresh: Click the Refresh button after changing the selected interface type. Doc. 2006 . This counter is always 0 (all such discards are already counted in InDiscards). Last Change: Time of the last change in the operational status or the wireless link. Out Errors: Total number of packets that were transmitted with an invalid FCS. Operational Status: Display the current status of the wireless interface. Out Not Unicast Pkts: Total number of frames transmitted with a Multicast or Broadcast Destination address. In Discards: Total number of valid Ethernet frames that are discarded due to lack of buffer space. Down .No operational links to subscriber stations. Out Discards: Total number of valid Ethernet frames that are discarded due to lack of buffer space. Ingress In Octets: Total number of good octets received. Status Speed: Current speed of the interface. In Errors: Total number of Ethernet frames that are discarded because of invalid Frame Check Sequence (FSC).

Monitoring . UL: Modulation and coding setting for uplink channel. DL: Modulation and coding setting for downlink channel. Ave: Average measured CINR (measured over last eight uplink bursts). No: This AN-100U can not be managed remotely.RedMAX Base Station user manual 4. 2006 . DL: Data rate for downlink channel. Min: Minimum average CINR since system reboot. Refresh: Click the Refresh button to update the screen with the latest values. Figure 17: Web . Distance Km: Calculated distance from the AN-100U to this subscriber station.3 SS Info Click SS Information in the menu (left side of screen) to view system information. CRC Errs: Total number of CRC errors detected in transmissions from this subscriber station.2. and wireless statistics for active subscriber stations. Mgm Supp: Indicates if SNMP management feature is enabled. Rate Kbits/s: Rate of data transmissions. Click on the MAC address (blue text) to view the service flows settings and statistics for that subscriber station. RSSI dBm: Received signal strength indicator value measured by the AN-100U based on the signal received from this subscriber station. Channel Mod: Modulation and coding settings. Ethernet address settings. Yes: Supports remote management by RedMAX EMS. CINR dB: Measured ratio of Carrier/(Interference + Noise). UL: Data rate for uplink channel. IP Address: Secondary management IP address for this subscriber station. Max: Maximum average CINR since system reboot. Doc.SS Info Screen SS Information MAC Addr: Subscriber station MAC address. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 35 of 100 May 30. Distance is in kilometers.

Throughput Kbps: Traffic throughput rate for this service flow. Enable/Disable: Indicate the operator selected status for this service flow: Enabled: Service flow is manually enabled by the operator. Disabled: Service flow is manually disabled by the operator. Figure 18: Web .3 Ethernet: The classifiers for this service flow are based on the combination of the fields in the Ethernet packet's header. 802.Monitoring .4 SF Info Click the MAC address of any subscriber station listed in the SS Info screen to view service flow settings and statistics. Total Packets: Total packets exchanged with the subscriber station (for all service flows). Requesting: AN-100U is attempting to setup the service flow.1Q VLAN tag. Rejected: AN-100U was not able to setup the service flow.2.1Q: The classifiers for this service flow are based on the combination of the fields in the Ethernet packet's header and 802.SS Info . Cs Specification: Classification type associated with this service flow. Refresh: Click the Refresh button to update the screen with the latest totals. Sf State: Current status of the service flow. Direction: Direction of service flow: Downstream: Downlink traffic from AN-100U to subscriber station. IPv4: The classifiers for this service flow are based on the combination of the fields in the packet's IP header.SF Info Screen Downlink/Uplink SFID: Table identifier for this service flow. Active: Service flow is currently active. Provisioned Time: Time elapsed since this service flow became active. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 36 of 100 May 30.RedMAX Base Station user manual 4. Upstream: Uplink traffic from subscriber station to AN-100U. 2006 . 802. Edited: Service flow configuration is being edited and is not saved. Authorized: Service flow configuration has been saved but is not active. Doc. Provisioned: Subscriber station has been deregistered.

Figure 19: Web . #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 37 of 100 May 30.Event Log Screen Doc.8: System Log Messages on page 83 for a list of system event messages.2.Monitoring . Refer to section 7.5 Event Log Click Event Log in the menu (left side of screen) to view system activity and error messages recorded by the terminal. 2006 .RedMAX Base Station user manual 4.

If the DSA session is successful. Activate all new classes of service. and classifiers. Define classifiers for each service flow. Steps to Activate Changes to Service Flows A service flow is activated only when a classifier is assigned (clicking the Add button in the Classifier screen). 2. If the target subscriber station is not registered: 1.3/Ethernet) selected when the service flow is created. Multiple service class definitions can be added to create a library of service classes. By creating a set of standardized service classes. the service flow will be in Requesting state. the state will be set to Active. A Dynamic Addition Session (DSA) session is initiated. 3. Create one or more service classes. Each service class definition includes traffic rates. Each service class defines a set of QoS parameters that can be associated with a service flow. the state will be set to Rejected. Doc. latency settings. Note: A service class can not be deleted until all provisioned/active service flows referencing this service class have been deleted. All service flows are based on existing service class definitions.RedMAX Base Station user manual 4. Each definition requires identifying the subscriber station. Create (one or more) service flows.3 Creating Service Flows .Overview There are four steps associated with creating service flows: 1. During a DSA session. Packet. flow direction. and the classifier type. If the target subscriber station is registered: 1. If the DSA session is not successful.. 4. The service flow request is stored until the subscriber station registers.e. 2. service flows. class of service. A unique set of classifier rules can be defined for each service flow. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 38 of 100 May 30. priority. depending on the classification type (i. Separate service flows are required for downlink and uplink traffic. 802. 2006 . The subscriber station registration triggers the activation of all associated service flows. 3. and transmission policy settings. All associated classifiers are deleted when the service flow is deleted. 2. new service flows can be added that conform to pre-defined service level agreements (SLAs).

Multiple service class definitions can be created to build a library of service classes. Reserved Rate (bps): Enter the minimum wireless reserved traffic rate. Max. Note: This is not the Ethernet (802. A service flow created Doc. Max Latency (ms): Enter the maximum latency allowed when forwarding packets from the Ethernet port to the wireless interface. 2006 . T A service flow created using this service class is guaranteed sufficient bandwidth for this rate. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 39 of 100 May 30. A service class can not be deleted until all provisioned/active service flows referencing this service class are deleted.1p) priority setting. The priority is relative only to other service flows on the same subscriber station. Min.3.Service Class Screen Service Class Configuration Screen Add a Service Class Service Class Name: Enter a name for this service class. Sustained Rate (bps): Enter the maximum sustained wireless reserved rate. The name can be any combination of up to 30 letters and numbers.1 Service Classes Click Service Classes in the menu (left side of screen) to view.RedMAX Base Station user manual 4. The AN-100U will guarantee the QoS parameters for service flows created referencing this service class. Traffic Priority: Enter the priority to be used for service flows created using this service class. or delete service class definitions. Figure 20: Configuration . The value '7' represents the highest priority. A service flow created using this service class will be limited to sustained transmission at this rate (peak may be higher). add.

Reserved Rate realTimePollingServices: For applications requiring variable-size SDUs transmitted at regular intervals. Max. Note: Changing a service class definition will interrupt traffic on referencing service flows until they have become active again. variableLength: Ethernet packets will be variable lengths. Required settings: Min. Variable Sdu Ind: Specify if all Ethernet packets are padded to the same length. Reserved Rate Max. fixedLength: All Ethernet packets will be the same length.RedMAX Base Station user manual using this service class is guaranteed to have latency of less than or equal to this setting. nonRealTimePollingServices: For applications requiring variable-sized SDUs transmitted at a minimum sustained data rate. Doc. noPHS(4): Do not support payload header suppression. Add: Click the Add button to create a new service flow definition. Required settings: Traffic Priority. Latency Req Tx Policy: Check items to configure transmission policy features. Sustained Rate Traffic Priority. Variable Sdu Ind field. 2006 . Latency. Fixed Vs. Enabled only if 'fixedLength' is selected in Fixed vs. Required settings: Max. bestEffort: For applications with no minimum bandwidth. Modify: Click the Modify button to change the service class definition. noSduPacking(5): Do not pack multiple Ethernet packets in a single wireless MAC packet. Reserved Rate Max. unsolicitedGrantService: For applications requiring fixed-length data packets issued at periodic intervals. Selecting a control inhibits the specified operation: noBroadcastBwReq(0): Do not broadcast bandwidth requests. Sustained Rate Min. Sdu Size: Enter the size for Ethernet packets. noPiggybackRequest(2): Do not piggyback bandwidth requests. Sustained Rate Min. noFragmentData(3): Do not fragment Ethernet packets. noCRC(6): Do not attach the CRC field at the end of the Wireless MAC packet. Scheduling Type: Select the type of scheduling service. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 40 of 100 May 30. Required settings: Max.

checks noSduPacking checkbox then the number 5 will also be in the list. ShowAll: Click the ShowAll button to display all service class definitions. Fixed Vs Var. SduSize: Size of SDU (if fixed) SchedType: Scheduling type for this service class. Note that number 6 will never be in the list as the noCRC checkbox cannot be selected. MaxLat: Maximum latency setting. ReqTxPol: List of enabled transmit policies. If a user. Variable: Only fixed length SDU's are allowed. MinRR: Minimum reserved rate setting. SC Name: Name of service class. View Service Class Service Class Index: Select an existing service class. CLsIdx: Unique index number assigned to a service class.: Priority setting. HideAll: Click the HideAll button to not display any definitions. MaxSTR: Maximum sustained traffic rate setting. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 41 of 100 May 30. Number 4 (representing enabled noPHS) will always be in the list. Delete: Click the Delete button to delete the selected service class definition. for example. Select: Click the Select button to display the selected service class definition. 2006 . Doc.Sdu: Format for SDU.RedMAX Base Station user manual Delete a Service Class Service Class Index: Select an existing service class. Traffic Prio. Fixed: Variable length SDU's are allowed.

IPv4: The classifiers for this service flow are based on the combination of the fields in the packet's IP header. Separate service flows are required for upstream and downstream traffic. Doc.RedMAX Base Station user manual 4. add and delete the service flows.3/Ethernet: The classifiers for this service flow are based on the combination of the fields in the Ethernet packet's header. sector controller Name: Select the service class definition for this service flow. Upstream: Uplink traffic from a subscriber station to the AN-100U.Service Flow Screen Service Flow Configuration Screen Add Service Flow Next Sfld: This identifier value will be assigned to the next new service flow. Separate service flows are required for uplink and downlink traffic. where each service flow is assigned a unique service level category and separate QoS settings. A service flow is not fully activated until at least one classifier is assigned. Cs Specification: Classification type associated with this service flow. Service flows provide the ability to set up multiple connections to each subscriber station in a sector. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 42 of 100 May 30. Direction: Direction of service flow. Downstream: Downlink traffic from a AN-100U to a subscriber station. Figure 21: Configuration . Packet. 802. Service flows can be enabled or disabled using this display.3.2 Service Flows Click Service Flows in the menu (left side of screen) to view. 2006 . Packet. Subscriber: MAC address of subscriber station associated with this service flow.

the service flow will be in Requesting state. Delete: Click the Delete button to delete the selected service flow definition (and all associated classifiers). Template: Click the Template button to modify any field for the selected service flow. Delete SF (all associated Classifiers will be deleted) Service Flow Identifier: Unique index number of the service flow to be deleted. 802. This is also displayed as Modify after clicking the Template or Edit button below. Service Flows Select: Select the unique index number for the service flow to display. This number is required when creating a classifier for the service flow (classifier configuration screen).1Q VLAN tag. 2006 . Hover the mouse pointer over the name in the list to display the index number for this service class. The service flow will be deleted when the subscriber station sends acknowledgement or becomes deregistered. Add (Modify): Click the Add button to create a new service flow definition using the current settings. The Edit button Enter changes in the fields adjacent to the Modify button (top of screen). If the subscriber station is registered. Uplink: The direction of data traffic is from the subscriber station. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 43 of 100 May 30. SFID: Unique index number assigned when this service flow was created. During the DSD session. Subscriber: MAC address of the subscriber station associated with this service flow.4: Save Provisioning Information on page 49. the service flow is deleted immediately. Edit: Click the Edit button to change only the service class associated with this service flow.3. Note: Service flows can be activated only after the requested configuration is validated and saved. Doc. a Dynamic Service Deletion (DSD) session is initiated to delete the service flow. Enable/Disal: Click the Enable/Disable button to change the state of the service flow. Note: If the subscriber station using this service flow is not currently registered. Direction: Indicates the direction assigned to the service flow. HideAll: Click the HideAll button to hide the settings for all service flows. SC Name: Name of the service class definition associated with this service flow. ShowAll: Click the ShowAll button to display settings for all service flows.1Q: The classifiers for this service flow are based on the combination of the fields in the Ethernet packet's header and 802.RedMAX Base Station user manual Packet. Downlink: The direction of data traffic is towards the subscriber station. See 4.

the absolute time and day of an event can be determined using the Time Since System Restart on the General Information page: Current Time . Requesting: AN-100U is attempting to setup the service flow.3: Classifiers on page 45 for supported classification types. If required. and seconds (hh:mm:ss) relative to when the AN-100U was rebooted. Refer to section 4. Edited: Service flow configuration is being edited and is not saved. Authorized: Service flow configuration has been saved but is not active. Enable/Disable: Displays the current state of the service flow: Enabled: Service flow will be provisioned by the AN-100U. Disabled: Service flow will not be provisioned by the AN-100U. Rejected: AN-100U was not able to setup the service flow. 2006 . Doc.Provisioned Time) Note: A value of '00:00:00' indicates that the service flow was created before the AN-100U was rebooted. Active: Service flow is currently active. and the service flow has not been activated.RedMAX Base Station user manual Sf State: Current status of the service flow. Cs Specification: Classifier type associated with this service flow.(Time Since System Restart . minutes. This time stamp is displayed in hours. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 44 of 100 May 30. Provisioned Time: Time stamp of when an action was last performed on the service flow. Provisioned: Deregistering a subscriber station triggers the automatic transition of all associated service flows to Provisioned.3.

3.Classifier Screen Doc. the classifiers become active by default.16 Service Flow can have multiple classifiers (classification rules). When multiple classifiers are defined for one service flow. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 45 of 100 May 30. Figure 22: Configuration . the index number is listed in the form X. New classifiers become active only after they are successfully implemented on both the AN-100U and the subscriber station. add and delete service flow classifiers. 2006 .3 Classifiers Click Classifiers in the menu (left side of screen) to view. New classifiers become active after clicking the Add button on this screen. Any active service flow must have at least one active classifier.Y where: X == Service Flow index (SfId) Y == Classifier index number When a service flow is activated. A service flow can have both active and inactive classifiers only when the service flow is already active and new classifiers are added. The 802.RedMAX Base Station user manual 4.

A mask of all zeros (00:00:00:00:00:00) will match all source MAC addresses. and a source address that matches a classifier with priority 7. if a packet contains a destination address that matches a classifier with priority 5. The DestMacAddr should be set to all zeros. Note: Only one classifier can have a DestMacMask value set to all zeros. Note: Only one classifier can have a DestMacMask value set to all zeros. A partially specified mask value will match a range of MAC addresses. 2006 . When a packet can be classified by more than one classifier definition. 3. the packet will be processed based on the classifier with priority 7. Enter a priority value from 0 to 2047 (where 2047 is the highest priority). DestMacMask: Enter the mask value (hexadecimal) to be used with the destination MAC address (DestMacAddr). For example. If classifiers have the same priority. SourceMacMask: Enter the mask value (hexadecimal) to be used with the source MAC address (SourceMacAddr). The SourceMacAddr should be set to all zeros. 3. The SourceMacAddr field value is not used. When matched. Refer to the Service Flows Configuration screen for a list of all service flows. a mask value of 01:02:03:ff:ff:ff will match all MAC addresses where the first 48 bits are 01:02:03.RedMAX Base Station user manual Classifier Configuration Screen Add a Classifier To SFID: Select the index number of the service flow. 2. For example. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 46 of 100 May 30. A mask of all zeros (00:00:00:00:00:00) will match all destination MAC addresses. SourceMacAddr: Check this box to enable classification based on a source MAC address (upstream traffic to the AN-100U). a mask value of 01:02:03:ff:ff:ff will match all MAC addresses where the first 48 bits are 01:02:03. A mask value of all ones (ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff) will match only the MAC address entered in the SourceMacAddr field. DestMacAddr: Check this box to enable classification based on a destination MAC address (downstream traffic from the AN-100U). For example. Enter the MAC address in the adjacent field. A partially specified mask value will match a range of MAC addresses. The DestMacAddr field value is not used. Valid only if the DestMacAddr is enabled ( ). When matched. uplink traffic will be sent from the subscriber station using the associated service flow. Doc. it will be classified according to the classifier with the highest priority setting. A mask value of all ones (ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff) will match only the MAC address entered in the DestMacAddr field. the order of evaluation can not be predicted. Enter the MAC address in the adjacent field. Valid only if SourceMacAddr is enabled ( ). Priority: Check this box to set a priority for this classifier. 2. downlink traffic will be sent from the AN100U using the associated service flow. For example: 1. Examples: 1.

3 SNAP. View Classifiers Service Flow Identifier: Select index number of an existing service flow. The format is: Service flow index . A packet will match if the priority setting is equal to. set EnetProtocolType to Ethertype and EnetProtocol to 2048 (0800 hex). 2006 . classification is based on Ethernet protocol type and protocol. classification is based on this destination MAC address. Prio: Priority setting for this classifier.536. SourceMacMask: This Ethernet address mask is used when classification is based on source MAC address. EnetProtocol: Enter the identifier of the protocol transported by Ethernet. SFID. and DSAP for 802. Classifier ID State: Current state of the service flow: Active: Classifier is currently active.org/assignments/ethernet-numbers A list of DSAP values can be found at: http://www. SourceMacAddr: When displayed.ethermanage. Enet Type/Prot: When displayed.3 LLC. Inactive: Classifier is not currently active.ClsID: Identifiers for the selected classifier. DestMacAddr: When displayed. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 47 of 100 May 30. UserPri: Matching parameters for the Ethernet IEEE 802.1D user priority value (Ethernet packets with 802. Valid only if an EnetProtocolType is selected.1Q encapsulation). Note: Classifier settings are effective immediately when created. Remove Classifier Sfld. The format is: Service Flow ID .html. A list of Ethertypes can be found at: http://www. Valid Ethertype values are from 1. Valid DSAP values are from 0-169 and 171-255. For example.50165.lsID: Select an existing classifier to be deleted. Select Ethernet type from the list: Ethertype for Ethernet version 2 and 802.com/ethernet/enet-numbers/ieee-lsap-list. DestMacMask: This Ethernet address mask is used when classification is based on destination MAC address. the high and low range setting. Valid settings are zero to seven (0 to 7).iana. Doc. Add: Click the Add button to save the classifier settings.RedMAX Base Station user manual EnetProtocolType: Check this box to enable classification based on the protocol transported by Ethernet. in order to allow IP traffic. or falls between. classification is based on this source MAC address. Classifier index Delete: Click the Delete button to permanently delete the selected classifier.

SrcIp: IPv4 source address. EnetProtocol: When displayed. IP Prot.1Q VLAN tag. Hi: Highest priority setting of range. ShowAll: Click the ShowAll button to display settings for all service flows. Addr Mask: Valid only if Cs Specification is IPv4. Low: Lowest priority setting of range. Addr Mask: Valid only if Cs Specification is IPv4. Tos: Matching parameters for the IP type of service/DSCP (IETF RFC 2474).1Q. End: Highest port address in range. classification is based on this Ethernet protocol. Valid settings are zero to seven (0 to 7). SrcPort: IPv4 source port address. DstPort: IPv4 destination port address. VlanId: Ethernet packet 802. Doc. the high and low range setting.: IPv4 specification. Hi: Highest priority setting of range. 2006 . Mask: A logical 'AND' is performed using the mask and the "ip-tos" value before testing for range. or falls between. is equal to. End: Highest port address in range. Start: Lowest port address in range. after the mask is applied. Valid only if Cs Specification is IPv4. DstIp: IPv4 destination address. Show: Click the Show button to display the setting for the service flow selected in the Service Flow Identifier field. HideAll: Click the HideAll button to hide settings for all service flows. Valid only if Cs Specification is IPv4. Valid only if Cs Specification is 802. Start: Lowest port address in range. Valid only if Cs Specification is IPv4.RedMAX Base Station user manual Low: Lowest priority setting of range. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 48 of 100 May 30. An IP type of service (ToS) packet will match if the "ip-tos" value.

service flow. and classifier configuration data to non-volatile memory. service flows. Modifications Detected: There are unsaved changes. service flows and classifiers are discarded. service flows.3. service flows.4 Save Provisioning Information Click Manage in the menu (left side of screen) to determine if there are unsaved changes to the service classes. 2006 . Doc. or classifiers. Clear: Click the Clear button to remove all changes made since the last save. or classifiers. or classifiers. Save: Click the Save button to save all changes. all unsaved changes to the service classes. Saving changes will copy all service class.Save SF Configuration Screen Save Provisioning Configuration Save Provisioning Configuration: This screen indicates if there are unsaved changes to service classes. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 49 of 100 May 30. Clear Provisioning Configuration Clear Provisioning Configuration: Clear all service flow configuration data. Figure 23: Configuration .RedMAX Base Station user manual 4. No Modifications Detected: There are no unsaved changes. The Save button control is active only if there are unsaved changes to service classes. When the AN-100U is rebooted.

Additional radio options will be available in future releases. RF Channel Separation KHz: (*) Select the separation between channels (FDD radio only). Figure 24: Web .4 4. All subscriber stations in the sector must use this frequency setting.4.Configuration . PHY. Note: Changes to settings marked with a red asterisk (*) are only effective after clicking the Save button and resetting the AN-100U terminal. Doc. 2006 . #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 50 of 100 May 30.1 Interface Configuration View and modify the AN-100U settings for the wireless. and management interfaces. and RF wireless settings. Note: Only TDD radios are available in the current software version.RedMAX Base Station user manual 4. Ethernet.Wireless Interface Screen RF Parameters RF DL Channel KHz: (*) Enter the channel frequency to use for this system. Wireless Interface Click Wireless Interface in the menu (left side of screen) to view and modify the AN-100U MAC. The setting is validated against the type of radio installed.

This feature operates with or without an external GPS clock connection. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 51 of 100 May 30. the AN-100U continually monitors the subscriber stations and adjusts the transmission power to maintain a requested RSSI value. Menu selection is based on the type of radio installed. MAC Parameters Frame Profile: Configure the frame size and usage profile. This setting provides traffic shaping on the uplink and downlink traffic profiles. Power level settings must always be made in accordance with regional and local regulations. PHY Parameters Band Select MHz: (*) Select channelization type in accordance to 802. Antenna configuration is described in the AN-100U Installation Guidelines. Master: This AN-100U provides the master synchronization pulse for connected slave AN-100Us (without external GPS clock source). When enabled. Backup . SS Tx Power Control Enable: Check this box to allow the AN-100U to automatically adjust the transmit power level of subscriber stations. This setting affects the system latency. Frame Duration ms: (*) Select the wireless frame duration (ms). No Synch: Synchronization feature is disabled.3: Time Synchronization on page 75 for technical information about synchronization. Synchronization Mode: (*) Select the synchronization mode. Reference RSS: Select the target value for average Received Signal Strength (RSS) for subscriber stations. DL Ratio %: Enter the downlink usage as a percentage of frame size. expressed in terms of an EIRP level that must not be exceeded.16 OFDM PHY system profiles.Slave: This slave AN-100U acts as a backup if the master AN-100U fails to provide synchronization pulses.RedMAX Base Station user manual Tx Output Power dBm: Select the output power level (dBm) of the radio. Selections are based on the channel size. Refer to section 6. Auto Rx Gain Enable: Check this box to enable automatic adjustment of the receiver sensitivity. Master with GPS Synchro: This AN-100U is connected to a GPS clock and provides the master synchronization pulse for connected slave AN-100Us. a maximum output power for the system. among other parameters. Guard Interval: (*) Select the cyclic prefix. 2006 . Doc. Note: National Interface documents may identify. Slave: This AN-100U synchronizes its operations to the synchronization pulse received from the master AN-100U. Channel Size MHz: (*) Select the channel size. Refer to the appendices for a list of supported radios.

Settings marked with a red asterisk (*) only become only effective after resetting the terminal. Doc. 2006 . Save: Click the Save button to save and apply the current settings. Cancel: Click the Cancel button to restore all fields to the last saved values.RedMAX Base Station user manual Cell Range km: (*) Enter the distance to the subscriber station located the farthest distance from the AN-100U. Settings not marked with a red asterisk are effective immediately. This is for test purposes only. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 52 of 100 May 30. Disable RF: Click the Disable RF button to disable the transceiver output. Default: Click the Default button to change all fields to the factory values. The AN-100U terminal must be reset to restore operation of the radio transmitter.

Auto Detect: Auto-negotiate the speed and duplex. Default: Click the Default button to change all settings to the factory default values. 100 Mbps Full Duplex: Operate at 100Base-T full duplex mode only. 10 Mbps Full Duplex: Operate at 10Base-T full duplex mode only. Cancel: Click the Cancel button to change all settings to the last saved values. 10 Mbps Half Duplex: Operate at 10Base-T half duplex mode only. Via Data port: The Data Ethernet port is used for data and local management traffic. 100 Mbps Half Duplex: Operate at 100Base-T half duplex mode only.4.RedMAX Base Station user manual 4.Ethernet Interface Screen Management: Use this selection to choose which front panel Ethernet port accepts management traffic. 100 Mbps Half Duplex: Operate at 100Base-T half duplex mode only. 10 Mbps Half Duplex: Operate at 10Base-T half duplex mode only. Auto Detect: Auto-negotiate the speed and duplex. Via Management port: Only the Mgt Ethernet port is monitored for local management traffic. The Mgt port is disabled. Configuration Buttons Save: Click the Save button to save and apply the current settings. Management Port Settings: This setting controls the speed of the Ethernet Management port. 2006 . Data Port Settings: This setting controls the speed of the Ethernet Data port.Configuration . Select this mode only when data and management networks are physically isolated. 10 Mbps Full Duplex: Operate at 10Base-T full duplex mode only. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 53 of 100 May 30.2 Ethernet Interface Click Ethernet Interface in the system menu (left side of screen) to view and configure the front panel Data and Management (Mgmt) Ethernet ports. Doc. Figure 25: Web . 100 Mbps Full Duplex: Operate at 100Base-T full duplex mode only.

Default Gateway: Enter the IP address of the default gateway on the local Ethernet segment. 3. it is important to configure the proper lease options: a) The AN-100U requires option 4.4. Ensure the time zone is correct for your area. When using DHCP. 2006 . Use the following checklist to ensure correct display options: 1. 4.RedMAX Base Station user manual 4. If you are in an area that observes daylight savings time. Time Server (SNTP): Enter the IP address of an the SNTP server.Configuration . Doc. Subnet Mask: Enter the AN-100U subnet address mask. Figure 26: Web . Time server must be compatible with SNTP (RFC-2030) 2. check the box. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 54 of 100 May 30. which specifies the address of an NTP Server (RFC-2030).Management Interface Screen IP Parameters Obtain IP Parameters from DHCP Server: Select this option to have the AN100U obtain its IP address from a DHCP server.3 Management Interface Click Management Interface in the system menu (left side of screen) to view and edit the IP address and DHCP settings. Use the following IP Parameters: Select this option to manually enter the following IP parameters: IP Address: Enter the static AN-100U network IP address.

DHCP Relay Agent Parameters The subscriber station can obtain an IP address from the DHCP server only through a AN-100U acting as a DHCP Relay Agent. Refresh: Click the Refresh Time button to poll the time server for the current time. Cancel: Click the Cancel button to restore all displayed fields to the last saved values. an offset of +2 hours (7200 seconds) requires the hexadecimal equivalent 0x1C20 to be entered in the DHCP lease.RedMAX Base Station user manual b) If you do not wish your devices to display GMT. The AN-100U forwards all subscriber station DHCP requests to this address. EST is -5 hours (-18000 seconds) from GMT and the negative hexadecimal value 0xFFFFB9B0 must be entered. In North America. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 55 of 100 May 30. If communication cannot be established within two minutes. Doc. the subscriber will reset and repeat the attempt. Note: The AN-100U must be reset to activate changes to the DHCP Relay Agent settings. Daylight Savings: Check this box to enable automatic time change for daylight savings. This is a hexadecimal value denoting the number of seconds to offset your time from GMT. The AN-100U (acting as a DHCP Relay Agent) can be configured for two different modes of operation: SS-s should use the same DHCP Server as SC: Select this option to have the AN-100U forward all subscriber station DHCP requests to the DHCP server that the AN-100U used to obtain its IP address (valid only if field Obtain IP Parameters from DHCP Server is enabled above). Save: Click the Save button to save and apply the current field values. When remote management is enabled on the subscriber station (managedSS=1). 2006 . Default: Click the Default button to change all displayed fields to the factory default values. SS-s should use the following DHCP Server: Select this option to specify the DHCP server to be used by subscriber stations. the subscriber must be able to be able to communicate with the DHCP server and the ToD server specified in the obtained lease. A subscriber station can not obtain an IP address from any DHCP server on the network segment connected to its local Ethernet port. Time Zone: Enter the time offset from GMT (hours). For example. DHCP Server: Specify the IP address of a DHCP server. Note: Windows™ users can use the 'Scientific' option on the builtin calculator function to convert from decimal to hexadecimal. you must add option 2 (Time Offset).

2006 .Advanced Configuration Screen Adaptive Modulation Enable: Check this box to enable adaptive modulation.5 4. This value is used only when Adaptive Modulation is disabled. Figure 27: Web . passwords.5. Enabling this control disables the default modulation settings. Changes to settings marked with a red asterisk (*) are only effective after clicking the Save button and resetting the terminal. This value is used only when Adaptive Modulation is disabled. Default UL Modulation: Select the default modulation and coding rate for the uplink channel. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 56 of 100 May 30. Default DL Modulation: Select the default modulation and coding rate for the downlink channel. Doc. When Adaptive Modulation is disabled the AN-100U will transmit data only using the selected modulation/coding.RedMAX Base Station user manual 4. When Adaptive Modulation is disabled the AN-100U will receive data from subscriber stations only using the selected modulation/coding. and to download software updates to the AN-100U.1 Admin Tools The following screens are used to configure the network settings. Advanced Config Click Advanced Config in the menu (left side of screen) to view and modify MAC settings for modulation thresholds. This screen has a separate user name and password.Admin Tools . and backoff settings.

Admin Tools .00 dBm 11. Refer to the following table for recommended threshold settings. Backoff settings are used when a subscriber stations experiences collisions during link establishment or while competing for additional bandwidth.13 dBm 18. The entered value represents the binary exponent of the number of 'opportunities' to wait before responding to a AN-100U registration poll or a bandwidth request opportunity. Co-channel sector deployment in a cell may require further optimization of the Adaptive Modulation settings.00 dBm 22. 2006 . The values are used only when Adaptive modulation is enabled.Mandatory Exit Threshold (left column) Settings must be adjusted to match the characteristics of each deployment.Minimum Entry Threshold (right column) . These are applicable for independent sector operation.63 dBm 64 QAM 3/4 2/3 64 QAM 2/3 3/4 16 QAM 3/4 1/2 16 QAM 1/2 QPSK 3/4 <= 64 QAM <= 16 QAM <= 16 QAM <= QPSK 3/4 <= QPSK 1/2 24.Adaptive Modulation Threshold Settings 64 QAM 3/4 => 64 QAM 2/3 64 QAM 2/3 => 16 QAM 3/4 16 QAM 3/4 => 16 QAM 1/2 16 QAM 1/2 => QPSK 3/4 QPSK 3/4 => QPSK 1/2 23.Burst Profile Settings Backoff: Specify ranging and contention periods. Doc.75 dBm 12. There are two entry fields for each threshold setting (row): .Wireless . #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 57 of 100 May 30.00 dBm Figure 28: Web .Advanced Config .75 dBm 18.25 dBm 21. Table 16: Web .RedMAX Base Station user manual Thresholds: Enter the adaptive modulation threshold values (dB) for each modulation (based on measured CINR).38 dBm 15.00 dBm 15.

between zero and eight registration opportunities (2Ranging Backoff Start+1). and can severely impact the performance of your wireless link. Consider the effects of the following settings: Ranging Backoff Start = 2 Ranging Backoff end = 4 Following a collision. Request Backoff End: Enter the final backoff window size for contention during bandwidth requests. 2006 . If a third collision is experienced. the subscriber station will skip between zero and sixteen registration opportunities (2Ranging Backoff End). If a fourth collision is detected. Ranging Backoff Start: Enter the starting backoff window size for initial ranging contention. Save: Click the Save button to save and apply the current settings. it will skip a random number. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 58 of 100 May 30. Cancel: Click the Cancel button to discard all changes and return to the main screen.RedMAX Base Station user manual It is recommended that you do not change the Backoff values. Default: Click the Default button to set all settings to the factory default settings. Request Backoff Start: Enter the starting backoff window size for contention during bandwidth requests. If you have accidentally changed them. the process repeats as for the first detected collision. These are very sensitive settings. click the Default button in the Advanced Config menu to restore the original settings. Changes to settings marked with a red asterisk (*) are effective only after clicking the Save button and resetting the terminal. the subscriber station will use a retry strategy to avoid repeating the collision. If the subscriber station detects a collision during the retry. Example: Backoff Settings When a subscriber station detects a collision during a registration attempt. Doc. the subscriber station will skip between zero and four registration opportunities (2Ranging Backoff Start). Ranging Backoff End: Enter the final backoff window size for initial ranging contention.

Apply&Reset: Click the selection. Status: Monitors the system upgrade operation. Password: Enter the password for the username entered in the User field above. Doc. It is strongly recommended to copy the binary files to the default file directory for the FTP server and to specify only the file name in this field.Software Upgrade Screen Upgrading Software Protocol: Select the type of server: FTP: Use File Transfer Protocol for file upload. Server IP Address: Enter the FTP server network address.2 Software Upgrade Click Software Upgrade in the menu (left side of screen) to upload a new system software image from a remote server.5. Start Upgrade: Click the Start Upgrade button to begin the software upload. Note: TFTP is not available in the current software version. Active SW Selection Version: Select the software image to load on the next system reset. Figure 29: Web . Each upload overwrites the standby (unselected) bank. 2006 . User: Enter the username of a user that is defined on the FTP server and has sufficient access rights to the AN-100U software image file. Status: Monitors the software upload operation. TFTP: Use Trivial File Transfer Protocol for file upload. This feature may be enabled in a future release.Admin Tools .RedMAX Base Station user manual 4. File Path: Enter the path and name of the system software image to upload. #70-00058-01-00 Apply&Reset button to save the current version Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 59 of 100 May 30. The terminal contains two non-volatile RAM banks for storing the software.

The factory default settings are as follows: Login: admin Password: admin 6. Click Yes in the confirmation dialog. You can not specify a 'path' in the upgrade dialog. The Status Screen displays 'Update OK' when the upgrade is complete. Click Software Upgrade in the left-hand menu and make the following settings: Protocol: FTP Server IP address: [enter address of FTP server] User: target Password: secret File Path: [Enter binary file name -. The AN-100U performs all software upgrades using an FTP server: a) The FTP server must be located on the network connected to an active Ethernet port (Data or Mgmt) on the AN-100U. Progress is indicated in the Status field. 4. Click the Apply&Reset button to activate the new software.including .RedMAX Base Station user manual Before Beginning the Upgrade Use the following procedures to upgrade the AN-100U. Start a Web browser session to the AN-100U and login. b) The FTP server must have a user defined as follows: username: target password: secret 4. click the radio button to select the new version of software. You must obtain the latest AN-100U binary files. You must copy the binary files into the default file location for the FTP server. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 60 of 100 May 30. all traffic stops for about 30 seconds and then resumes as the subscriber stations are registered. The following items must be addressed before beginning the upgrade: 1. This process may take a few minutes.6 Upgrade AN-100U 5. Click the Upgrade button and wait for the AN-100U to download and save the binary file. Doc. Note: When the AN-100U is reset. In the Software Upgrade screen.bin extension] 3. 2006 . 2.

#70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 61 of 100 May 30. Doc. 2006 . Confirm Password: Re-enter the new password. New Password: Enter a new password. Figure 30: Web .1 System Account Management Click Accounts Management in the menu (left side of screen) to change the system access password.System Password Screen Old Password: Enter the current password.6.Admin Tools . Change: Click the Change button to save and apply changes.RedMAX Base Station user manual 4.

Connecting via Telnet When the command prompt screen appears.101. 2006 . Doc. Connecting via Telnet To connect to the AN-100U.RedMAX Base Station user manual Chapter 5 5 5.1 CLI Interface The AN-100U can be configured and monitored using the command line interface (CLI) commands. open a Telnet session to the IP address of the AN100U (default address is 192.168. login using the following (factory default) : Username: admin Password: admin The AN-100U may now be controlled using a set of CLI commands. This section describes the procedures for configuring and operating the AN-100U using the CLI over a Telnet connection. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 62 of 100 May 30. Telnet Logout Exit from a CLI session by typing: logout ENTER The system will logout users automatically if no commands are received (idle) for five minutes.3). Figure 31: CLI .

1 CLI Modes The AN-100U CLI interface supports direct commands and modes. Example: From the root directory. Reboot the device box. View and configure the IP address data structure. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 63 of 100 May 30.Root Mode Commands Command ? Description Use the '?' character to display help for any command or mode. May be entered from any mode. These commands are described in detail in the following sections. press any key to exit. Table 18: CLI . Terminate this telnet session. all (exit all) Return to parent mode. The following table lists all AN-100U specific commands available in root mode.RedMAX Base Station user manual 5. View and configure user accounts. 2006 . Command mode to view system settings.3 CLI Commands The system defaults to root mode when you login to the AN-100U. The following table lists commands available in the root directory. enter the following command to list all parameters that can be changed using the 'set' command: set ? Return to root mode. Command mode to view and configure system settings. Common Controls Use the following CLI control commands in all configuration modes. Doc. All commands are case-sensitive. Download software and select the active version. Return to parent node / mode. Cancel command entry (alternative to backspace delete).2 5. Exit from Command Line Interface. Table 17: CLI . Enter into monitor mode. View and configure wireless MAN interface objects.2.Command Summary Command interfaces ipAddress logout monitor reboot set show softwareUpgrade user wmanIfBs x509 Description View and configure the data and management Ethernet ports. WMAN-IF-MIB X509 certificate data. CTRL-Z exit logout 5.

RedMAX Base Station user manual 5. 1: Operate at 10Base-T half duplex mode only....... The AN100U forwards all subscriber station DHCP requests to this address.1 Interfaces The interfaces command is used to view and configure the front panel Data and Management (Mgmt) Ethernet ports..<<Ethernet Interface Configuration>> IntSep:. DhcpType: Doc. Dhcp Enable: 0: Manually enter the following IP parameters 1: Have the AN-100U obtain its IP address from a DHCP server.... LocalIp: Enter the static AN-100U network IP address... 4: Operate at 100Base-T full duplex mode only........AutoDetect(0) MgmDuplex:.. TimeZone: Enter the offset (hours) from GMT. 4: Operate at 100Base-T full duplex mode only.. #70-00058-01-00 ethernet management <unsigned long> May 30.. IntSep: 0: The Data Ethernet port is used for data and local management traffic.... 1: Only the Mgt Ethernet port is monitored for local management traffic.....Interface Command Command Parameter/Description View/configure Ethernet data and management ports.ViaManagementport(1) DataDuplex:... 2006 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 64 of 100 .. 3: Operate at 100Base-T half duplex mode only.... DataDuplex: Data Ethernet port settings.AutoDetect(0) Management configuration settings.......... 1: Operate at 10Base-T half duplex mode only. DayLight: Enable automatic time change for daylight savings....<unsigned long> 0: Disabled 1: Enabled DhcpServIpUsr: Specify the IP address of a DHCP server.. The Mgt Ethernet port is disabled. MgmDuplex: Management Ethernet port settings. Table 19: CLI .. 0: Auto-detect speed and duplex..... TodIp: Enter the IP address of an the SNTP server.. 0: Auto-detect speed and duplex.3. 2: Operate at 10Base-T full duplex mode only. 2: Operate at 10Base-T full duplex mode only. Select this mode only when data and management networks are physically isolated... Example: Structure --. LocalMask: Enter the AN-100U subnet address mask. 3: Operate at 100Base-T half duplex mode only... DefGateway: Enter the IP address of the default gateway on the local Ethernet segment..

5 dBm Cp:..........53 LocalMask:. Example: DHCP Relay Agent Params IP & TOD params ------------------------------------.168...........255.....192..........10(4) ms SynchMode:..StaticIP(0) LocalIp:........3448000 kHz Clk:...........250 General wireless configuration.168............250 TodIp:.------------------------------------Enable:..168...........Multiple_Of_1......Disabled(0) StoredLocalIp:......192...255...5(6) MHz TxPower:...168......101. #70-00058-01-00 ..............<<Wireless Configuration Parameter>> RF Parameters PHY Parameters ------------------------------------....------------------------------------DlChannel:.....3 ServIpUsr:.101.......5 Km FrameDurationCode:.192..192.......168..53 TimeZone:...noSynch(0) Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 65 of 100 May 30...0 Type:...disabled(0) MAC Parameters ------------------------------------MaxDistance:...-5 DayLight:.....255.3 StoredLocalMask:. 2006 wireless Doc..enabled(1) AutoRxGainEnable:.0 kHz Imode:....Interface Command 0: AN-100U forwards all subscriber station DHCP requests to the DHCP server that the AN-100U used to obtain its IP address......255..3.0() DefGateway:......75MHz(96) Separation:......................... RfDlChannel <unsigned long> RfSeparation <long> RfTxPower <-2147483648 2147483647> RfOptimumRxRsl <long> SsPowerControlEnable <unsigned long> RfAutoRxGainEnable <long> PhyClk <unsigned long> PhyImode <long> PhyGuard <unsigned long> MacMaxDistance <unsigned long> MacFrmDurationCode <unsigned long> MacSynchMode<long> MacAirStatus <long> MacFrmPercent <long> MacAdaptiveDlUlRatio <01> Example: Structure --.........101...........101..101.. Use DhcpServIpUs to specify the DHCP server to be used by subscriber stations..........0 StoredDefGateway:...1/16(1) OptimumRxRsl:.255..101.....RedMAX Base Station user manual Table 19: CLI ............-53 dBm SsPowerControlEnable:..........192.192............168...255................ 1: Subscriber to use the specified DHCP server....

XXX...DHCP allocated address.. Address: <IP Address> Enter new IP address.. Gateway < Default gateway> Enter new gateway address......250 show 5.......... Display all IP address information........3 Mask:....Static address 1: ..........1 5.3 monitor The monitor command is used to remotely view a dynamically updated screen of statistics for the AN-100U... Requires confirmation to proceed....3.0 Dhcp:...............XXX Dhcp: Enable or disable DHCP support...........XXX Mask: <IP Mask> Enter new Netmask value..192... #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 66 of 100 May 30. XXX.255....IP Address Command Command set Parameter/Description Modify the AN-100U network IP settings.XXX.........101..Monitor Command Command monitor Parameter/Description Dynamic display of AN-100U statistics values....XXX......<<RF Capability Parameters>> Type:. XXX. Table 20: CLI . 2006 .... 0: ...2 ipAddress The ipAddress command is used to view and configure the AN-100U IP address parameters...101......56 % Structure --.. For example: MacFrameNumber: 11296 MacStations: 5 MacUlServiceFlows: 3 MacDlServiceFlows: 3 MacDlUsage: 7% MacUlUsage: 3% MacCrcErrors: 0 MacSymErrors: 0 MacDlSdus: 3590 MacUlSdus: 1889 MacDlMpdus: 3574 MacUlMpdus: 2378 MacArqReTx: 0 MacBcstSdus: 0 MacSecMgmPkts: 132 MacFpc: 9 MacBwr: 1928 MacPgb: 0 PhyCinr: 31.......... Table 21: CLI ..5 dB PhyRssi: -12.enable(1) FramePercent:...StaticIP(0) Gateway:......168.XXX...0 dBfs PhyFofs: 183 Hz PhyCorb: 0 Doc..Interface Command AirStatus:... For example: Structure --<<SC IP Address Data>> Address:...RedMAX Base Station user manual Table 19: CLI ..255...3.255.............192.168..

............. 2048 Speed:. Table 24: CLI ...................................4 reboot The reboot command is used to remotely reset the AN-100U......Tue May 23 14:17:36 Txt:............ 5.....Set Command Command Parameter/Description See ipAddress command.<<Interface statistics>> 64 bits Ingress Counters 64 bits Egress Counters Octets:.........0 InErrors:........ eventLog ifCounters Display counter statistics of device interfaces....881643 MulticastPkts:......................................6 show The show command is used to display operating information about the AN-100U..RedMax AN100U Ver..0 BroadcastPkts:.350 InBroadcastPkts:...........0 InMulticastPkts:..3 00 09 02 00 89 c1 802............. Table 23: CLI .0 UcastPkts:...3.........................................RedMAX Base Station user manual 5.0 OutBroadcastPkts:.......Show Command Command Parameter/Description Display system logging events.....3......................... 2006 ..Reboot Command Command reboot Parameter/Description Reset the AN-100 equipment................. Confirmation is required.....5 set The set command is used to control selected fields.....................Signal InDiscards:...0 OutErrors:.. 00:00:13 interfaces Display device interfaces....583368 Others Name:...... 0:09:02:00:89: AdminStatus:..0 OutMulticastPkts:...... up(1) OperStatus:.........Radio Type 1: TB3435T7 Time:......0 MulticastPkts:......0 Octets:........58 started................0 OutDiscards:...16 Type:......... For example: Time:..... ipAddress 5.583368 ifStatus Display status of device interfaces.3 00 09 02 00 89 c1 Doc.....0 BroadcastPkts:.......... propBWAp2Mp(184 Mtu:.......... For example: Structure --.......Tue May 23 14:17:39 Txt:..... For example: Structure --.......<<Interface Status>> Descr:.............. 16940000 PhysAddress:.... 1............0......... up(1) LastChange:.... #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 67 of 100 May 30..1876059 UcastPkts:.......3..................... 802.... Table 22: CLI ... For example: Index 1 2 3 Description MAC Address 802......16 00 09 02 00 89 c1 802..

...... Address: <IP Address> ........... #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 68 of 100 May 30... For example: sysDescr:RedMax AN100U Doc.....255.....0 m SsInfUplinkRate:......................192.....20.. 1: DHCP allocated address......bestEffort(2) MaxSustainedRate:... If no field name is specified............ For example: Structure --...... If no MAC address is entered... 2006 .......................Default GatewayAddress...false(2) MinReservedRate:.6220 kbps BandwidthMargin:..20..<<SC IP Address Data>> Address:. For example: Structure --....12705 Kbps AntennaRsl:. information for all subscribers will be returned..........Specify the subscriber MAC address downlink ..0 ms SfInfoTrafficRate:...........1 SfInfoPkts:.97 Mask:..1600 kbps BandwidthMargin:..30 SignalNoiseMax:....255.... For example: sysContact: Central Office AA34 sysDescr Display info about system hardware and software.......1 dB BasicCid:..RedMAX Base Station user manual Table 24: CLI .................31........ Dhcp: Enable/disable DHCP support.................................... For example: AN100U(show->)#> sfInfo 00:09:02:00:8c:7f downlink << SF Information >> --...........250 sfInfo Display service flow info.....168......192............... Gateway: <IP Address> ...............4924 kbps Others Cinr: 31.........251088824 MaxLatency:..........6 dB IpAddress:.1575 kbps Traffic:......23...20.Subnet Mask.Display uplink service flow information...1 dB AirInterfaceStatus: enabled(1) RfTxPower 5 dBm ScSynchroStatus: noSynchro(0) IduTemp 49 Celsius RegisteredSSs: 5 OduTemp:................StaticIP(0) Gateway:........... uplink .....12705 Kbps status Display Wireless Interface information..Specify the subscriber MAC address << SS Information >> MAC Address:..... the whole data structure will be displayed.........0 SsInfDownlinkRate:......0 Dhcp:.. For example: <MAC Address> .......256244 ssInfo Display information about selected/all subscribers.64QAM(3/4)(6) CrcErr:....29.....................IP Address Mask: <IP Address> ............. 0: Static address entered by user....00:09:02:00:a1:21 SignalNoise:...0 bps SfInfoOctets:......255.............47 SignalNoiseMin:...168........Display downlink service flow information........... 54 Celsius ReferenceRss: -53 HcsErrors: 0 PowerSupplyStatus: A-On(1) CrcErrors: 421 FansStatus: oneFanOn(1) sysContact Display contact info of system administrator..................168.......-54 dBm UpChannelModCode:.<<Wireless Interface Status>> Downlink Status Uplink Status Traffic:.2 dB DownChannelModCode:.......Downlink --IfBsSfId:..........64QAM(3/4)(6) Distance:.192.5106 ScSchedulingType:....787 Kbps TrafficPriority:. <MAC Address> ..........800000 bps ScArqEnable:..................Show Command ipAddress Display the IP address data....

0. Server: <IP address> .Address of ftp server File: <filename. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 69 of 100 May 30. Table 25: CLI .Show Command sysName Display system name.User Command Command Parameter/Description Change user access level name <username> . For example: sysName:Base Station AA34 sysUpTime Display system time running since last reboot.bin extension).User login name to be deleted Change user password. For example: sysUpTime:02:00:20 5.Access level (0-10) Add a user name <username> . For example: First Version: 1.8 User The user command is used to modify the user profiles and passwords.7 Software Upgrade The softwareUpgrade command is used to load new software binary files on the AN-100U. For example: User: admin User: guest Access: 10 (Administrator level) Access: 0 (Guest access level) access add delete password show Doc. Table 26: CLI .User login name to be added <access> Access level Delete a user name <username> . 11:19:24 loadimage show switch Switch between the active and inactive software versions.Enter file name (including . 2006 . User will be required to enter/confirm new password for this account.User login name <access> .Software Upgrade Command Command Parameter/Description Download software image and write into flash.3. Requires user confirmation to proceed.0. 5.53 <ACTIVE> ==> Built on: Apr 19 2006.RedMAX Base Station user manual Table 24: CLI .3.bin> . 1. <username> User login name Show all users. Display the S/W version information in the device.53 Second Version:.

(FTP setup required) <Server> IP Address of the Server to download certificates from <File> Certificate file name. (Empty) Doc.pem) delete Delete one of or all the certificates from the device non-volatile memory. *. All To remove all the certificates ! ( 'Index' must be specified as -1 at the same time) Yes Confirmation to proceed show Display a list of certificates stored in non-volatile memory.10 x509 The x509 command is used to … Table 28: CLI .WmanlfBs Command Command Parameter/Description classifier: intermediate node for wmanIfBsClassifierRuleTable add add an instance to the wmanIfBsClassifierRuleTable delete remove an instance from the wmanIfBsClassifierRuleTable show display one or all instances in the wmanIfBsClassifierRuleTable provForSf: intermediate node for wmanIfBsSsProvisionedForSfTable add add an instance to the wmanIfBsSsProvisionedForSfTable delete remove an instance from the wmanIfBsSsProvisionedForSfTable show display one/all entries in the wmanIfBsSsProvisionedForSfTable saveAll : Save into non-volatile memory any changes to the SF configuration setting. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 70 of 100 May 30. serviceClass: intermediate node for wmanIfBsServiceClassTable add add an instance to the wmanIfBsServiceClassTable delete remove an instance from the wmanIfBsServiceClassTable show display one or all instances in the wmanIfBsServiceClassTable sf intermediate node for wmanIfBsProvisionedSfTable add add an instance to the wmanIfBsProvisionedSfTable delete remove an instance from the wmanIfBsProvisionedSfTable show display one or all instances in the wmanIfBsProvisionedSfTable 5.cer or *. -1 for removing all.x509 Command Command x509 Parameter/Description add Download new certificates into the device.3.e.RedMAX Base Station user manual 5. 2006 .3. <Index> To remove the certificate item specified by Index. (i.9 wmanlfBs The wmanlfBs command is used to … Table 27: CLI .

The following table lists experimentally obtained minimal C/I ratios required for the system to not change modulation: Table 29: Op. even low interference levels will significantly degrade the useful signal. the ratio of the useful signal to interfering signal is called carrier-to-interference ratio.RedMAX Base Station user manual Chapter 6 6 6. 2006 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 71 of 100 .4 22. for a C/N of 28 dB. the overall CINR will drop to around 23 dB.4 May 30.1 Operational Notes Co-Channel Operation As the complexity of the modulation technique increases. #70-00058-01-00 CINR threshold dB 23.e.Co-channel C/I dB Measured Results Modulation/Coding 64 QAM 3/4 64 QAM 2/3 16 QAM 3/4 16 QAM 1/2 QPSK 3/4 QPSK 1/2 Doc.. If we introduce an interferer with a signal strength 30 dB weaker than the signal (i. In this case the interferer was 5 dB stronger than the first case. Case 2: If the signal is very strong and the C/N ratio is around 28 dB.25 dB. forcing the system to change modulation rate to 64 QAM 2/3. where all variables are in decibels. For a general discussion we assume that interferer signal power is additional noise power. the C/I should be 25 dB in order to force a drop in modulation. the useful signal is degraded.75 C/I: Case 1 dB 34 32 28 26 21 19 C/I: Case 2 dB 24. and we can estimate the overall C/I+N ratio as: CINR = C / I +C / N − 10 log(10 C/I 10 + 10 C/N 10 ) . the system will operate at 64 QAM 3/4 (signal is close to the 64 QAM 3/4 threshold. Consider the following examples: Case 1: The threshold CINR for 64 QAM 3/4 is around 23.1 9. Notes .4 12.6 6. but still above it). In the presence of an interferer. This formula corresponds with our expectation that if the signal is very strong (high C/N) it will be able to withstand higher levels of interference (low C/N).25 21.75 18 15 11.2 16. C/I = 30 dB). If the signal is weak. it will require a much stronger interferer to force a drop in modulation. If the C/N ratio is 24 dB. a greater carrier-tonoise (C/N) ratio is required to maintain adequate throughput.7 18. According to the formula above.

snow. 6. and roads. Multipath interference is a significant problem in long-range links. each carrying about 364 Kbps of data (in the case of the Redline product) in a 14 MHz bandwidth. the impact is minimal since the information is spread across the remaining carriers. For example. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 72 of 100 May 30. instead of one single carrier carrying 70 Mbps of data (wireless interface rate).1 Interference Issues Multipath Interference The AN-100U is designed with high immunity to interference and multipath signals. and in near line-of-sight. Multi-path interference is a problem with long-range links where reflections off the ground. The amount of interference required to force the system to go to the lower modulation rate in these two extreme cases is very different. Careful planning is necessary when frequency reuse is required. trees. and water frequently interfere with the primary signal. and in an actual deployment scenario a full range of results are possible. there are 192 separate carriers. A moderately high C/I ratio is required for the modulation to remain unchanged. Its core technology is Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM). 2006 . Multipath is a form of self-interference occurring when signal reflections arrive slightly later than the primary signal. It is also a problem in urban environments where the signal reflects off buildings.2. In case 2 the signal is very strong (C/N is more than 10 dB above the CINR threshold) and can experience more severe interference without being forced to change modulation. The result can be destructive interference that can essentially null out the primary signal or overlap the original signal such that it cannot be decoded. and sufficient fade margin must be included to anticipate fluctuations of both C/I and C/N. and non line-of-sight links. capable of reliable performance under multi-path and frequency selective fading known to have severe signal fading and distortion effects in the sub-11 GHz frequencies. If selective fading degrades one or two carriers.RedMAX Base Station user manual In case 1 the signal is already very close the threshold rate (C/N is less than 1 dB above the CINR threshold) and even weak interference can force the system to change to a lower modulation. OFDM breaks up the transmit signal into many smaller signals.2 6. Figure 32: Op Notes: OFDM Multiple Carriers One key aspect of OFDM implementation is that the individual carriers overlap significantly to preserve overall bandwidth. Normally. overlapping signals would Doc.

This guard interval is filled with redundant data taken from the end of the same channel symbol and repeated at the beginning of each channel symbol.16 to allow results to be obtained easier and faster. the OFDM implementation uses a guard interval between each of the sub-channels. Count the number of packets received. Interleaving the data before modulation onto the individual sub-channels (so that adjacent data symbols do not necessarily end up on adjacent sub-channels. it can be stated with 95% confidence that the BER is 1x10-6 or lower. 6. Larger sample sizes will produce more accurate values for PER. OFDM equalization and coding techniques cannot overcome all forms of sharp.2. 2006 .RedMAX Base Station user manual interfere with each other. 3. The standard Bit Error Rate (BER) of 1x10-6 remains the benchmark for these calculations. and thus deep fades do not impair large chunks of the signal). coding. but must be filled with the pattern defined in the WiMAX standard. total Ethernet packet size is 288 + 18 = 306 Bytes). rather than overlapping data in other symbols. however. The BER is obtained by measuring Packet Error Rate (PER). the carriers in an OFDM waveform are orthogonal to each other. and modulation. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 73 of 100 May 30. Doc. Connect packet generator to the BS<->SS link and then configure packet generator to send 50. Equalizing the received signal based on an estimate of the channel fading conditions (restoring the faded sub-channels). through special signal processing. The key advantage of multiple carriers is that the signal is more robust to multipath disturbance. There is a practical limit to the size of the test sample. This problem is addressed in the Redline implementation in three ways: 1. If less than 97 packets are lost. 2. and WiMAX has chosen the number of packets in the sample to enable result that will approximate a BER lower than 1x10-6. Convolutional encoding of the input data introduces correlations between signal samples that are echoed on sub-channels occurring in separate parts of the spectrum. multipath-related fading. The packets should be sent at a rate to fill at least 80% of the downlink (DL) frame. but PER cannot truly be measured (it is a limit) and requires that a test be performed to estimate the PER value. Multipath interference may cause individual narrowband channels to be altogether lost. Payload should not be chosen by the packet generator.000 Ethernet packets with payload of 288 Bytes (i.e. Multipath echoes from each individual sub-channel overlap the guard interval. This allows the receiver to infer the values of the signal that were transmitted on fatally faded sub-carriers.. Sample Test for Subscriber Station Receive Sensitivity 1. Used in conjunction with adaptive equalization. as described below. use of the guard interval provides reliable operation in a wide class of non line-of-sight environments. 2.2 Calculating Receive Sensitivity (WiMAX Testing) Overview The WiMAX test for receive sensitivity modifies the methodology from 802. For additional robustness.

Adaptive modulation using six transmission rates to suit varying link conditions.000 Ethernet packets with payload of 1488 Bytes.000 20.RedMAX Base Station user manual 3. This avoids using higher-level protocols (i. 4. remove ISI due to multipath and recover data from carriers falling in regions of deep channel fades. 6.3 General Interference Redline has introduced several techniques into its products to mitigate interference issues: 1.000 Ethernet packets with payload of 864 Bytes.. Receiver sensitivity is defined as the lowest RSSI value tested where samples for all three packet sizes did not exceed the maximum number of lost packets.e.000 Max. Automatic repeat request (ARQ) function to address any instantaneous errors detected on the RF interface (performed on a burst to burst basis).000 300.488 Total Number of Packets Sent 50. Adaptive encoding is heavily coded to substantially increase robustness. State of the art FEC using Convolutional-coding gives the AN-100U superior frequency selective fading mitigation capability. Multiple channels (twenty-eight non-overlapping at 3. 4. it can be stated with 95% confidence that the BER is 1x10-6 or lower.000 100. you will obtain passing results 95 times out of 100. 5. 7. 3. 5. If less than 100 packets are lost. it can be stated with 95% confidence that the BER is 1x10-6 or lower.000 10. TCP) that introduce significant overhead and delay. 2006 . If less than 118 packets are lost. Narrow beam antennas with high side lobe and backlobe isolation and very low VSWR. The 95% confidence level indicates that if the test is repeated multiple times. Antenna cross-polarization enabling equipment co-location as well as effective frequency planning. Doc. Refer to the following table for a summary of the test parameters. Number of Packets Lost 97 100 118 55 100 57 Equivalent BER (95% Confidence) 1x10-6 1x10-9 1x10-6 1x10-9 1x10-6 1x10-9 6. OFDM: multiple carriers using both time and frequency diversity to provide high tolerance to co-channel and adjacent channel interference. Repeat the test by sending 20.2. You repeat the test by sending 10.5 MHz) for diversity and interference mitigation.000 60. Table 30: Op Notes: Receive Sensitivity Tests Packet Payload Size 288 864 1. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 74 of 100 May 30. 2.

Use of the GPS clock minimizes inter-cell interference through accurate coordination of transmit and receive periods.RedMAX Base Station user manual 8. 10.3. 6. 9. 6. IF and baseband levels to reduce interference. Choice of non-adaptive modulation to provide stable burst rate during periods of rapid interference variations on the link. All timing cables must include terminators. Doc. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 75 of 100 May 30. Figure 33: Op Notes: GPS Synchronization Connections Important: All AN-100U input ports are high impedance. State of the art filtering at the RF. High receiver dynamic range to address dynamic interference.3 Time Synchronization The Global Positioning System (GPS) time synchronization feature ensures a more scaleable and reliable system for Time Division Duplexing (TDD) deployments operating in close proximity and using adjacent frequencies. 2006 . This pulse ensures that all AN-100Us transmit and receive simultaneously.1 Modes of Operation The synchronization port has two SMA female connectors located on the front panel to receive a one pulse -per-second (PPS) timing signal from an external GPS clock. One AN-100U is designated Master and provides synchronization pulses to up to five additional AN-100Us.

0 microseconds Jitter (sigma) Maximum 200 nanoseconds Other Requirements 1 PPS signal generation When GPS receiver cannot acquire satellite signal the policy GPS receiver must switch off the 1 PPS signal output. SMA Male to SMA Male.GPS Receiver Specifications Maximum Ratings Over Free Air Temperature Range Input Voltage -0.0 to 5.PN: 43SMA-50-0-1/111E http://www.0 microseconds (including jitter and static offset) Jitter (cycle to cycle) Maximum 2. The master transmits synchronization signals through the Synch-Out port to connected slave AN-100Us.RedMAX Base Station user manual Master AN-100U The master AN-100U synchronizes its internal clock using the one pulse-persecond (1 PPS) signal from the GPS receiver on the Sync-In port.trimble.4 V Input Current Maximum +/. the backup slave immediately assumes the master function and provides the synchronization signal to the remaining slaves.hubersuhner.0 V Electrical Characteristics Input Voltage for "High" level 2.2. The master system can synchronize up to five slaves to provide full 360-degree coverage using 60-degree antennas.com/acutime2000sync. The following table lists the minimum requirements for a GPS receiver to control the AN-100U.0.html Pasternack . Max length 3 meters T Connector SMA Male to 2 SMA Female Redline Communication Approved Systems GPS Receiver SMA Cable T Connector Terminator Trimble .pasternack. Backup AN-100U One AN-100U can be configured as the backup for the master.PN: PE6148 for SMA Male 50 Ohm precision termination from Enterprises.5 milliamperes Rise/Fall time (10% to 90%) Maximum 50 nanoseconds Duty Cycle 0. #70-00058-01-00 .Acutime™2000 Synchronization Kit http://www. Table 31: Specs .com Huber&Suhner .com Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 76 of 100 May 30.pasternack.0 to 0. http://www. In this configuration. 2006 Doc.3 to + 6.1 to 90% Timing Requirements Edge on UTC Positive Timing Accuracy to UTC Better then +/. SMA Interface Cable RG58C/U Coax. 50 ohm.PN: PE3369-12 http://www. if the master fails.com Pasternack .0 V Input Voltage for "Low" level 0.

RedMAX Base Station user manual 6.1 Network Services DHCP Relay Agent At network entry the AN-100U and subscriber station can use standard DHCP mechanisms (RFC 2131) to obtain an IP address and additional parameters required for IP connectivity.4. Figure 34: Op Notes: Network Services . 2006 .4.Time of Day (ToD) Doc. The time and date does not need to be authenticated and only one-second accuracy is required. Figure 35: Op Notes: Network Services . #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 77 of 100 May 30. The subscriber station establishes IP connectivity over the secondary management CID.DHCP Relay 6.4 6.2 Time of Day Server (ToD) The AN-100U and subscriber station require access to the current date and time to time-stamp events logged by the management system. The time of day retrieval protocol is defined in RFC 868. The following figure shows how the AN100U acts as a DHCP Relay Agent for a subscriber station.

2006 . Refer to section 3: Physical Description on page 22.3 3448000 KHz 69 dBm 0 db 3.2. Table 32: Troubleshooting .168.1 System LEDs The front panel of the terminal includes a number of LEDs to monitor operation of the system and assist with troubleshooting. Doc.Factory Default Settings Setting Ethernet Interface Management Interface Wireless Interface Wireless Interface Wireless Interface Wireless Interface Wireless Interface Wireless Interface Wireless Interface Wireless Interface Wireless Interface Wireless Interface Admin Login Guest login Debug Login Sub Field Management IP Address Frequency Reference RSS Tx Power Channel size Guard Interval Adaptive DL/UL Ratio Cell Range Km DL Ratio Frame Duration Synchronization Mode Login Password Login Password Login Password Value Via Data port (integrated) 192.1 Troubleshooting Factory Default Settings The table lists some important factory default settings for the AN-100U terminal.2 Front Panel Diagnostics Figure 36: Diagnostics: AN-100U Front Panel View 7.5 MHz 1/4 Disabled 5 54 10 msec No sync admin admin guest guest debug reddebug RF RF RF PHY PHY MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC 7.101.RedMAX Base Station user manual Chapter 7 7 7. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 78 of 100 May 30.

as shown in the diagram below. Depressing the reset switch for less than five seconds activates a short-reset. Restore power to the AN-100U. Use an approved tool to remove the glass-cased fuses from the holder. A long-reset reloads the factory defaults for the IP Address.2. IP subnet mask. such as a paper clip. Warning to service personnel: Caution for all AC and DC models – Double Pole/Neutral fusing.3 Replacing the System Fuse Important: Always completely remove power from the AN-100U before performing any maintenance on the terminal or transceiver. 7. to access the switch. Replace the fuse holder in the system terminal and secure. The selected system software image is loaded. Depressing the front panel reset switch for more than five seconds activates a long-reset. 5.3 Console Port The front panel includes the Console port.RedMAX Base Station user manual 7. The selected system software image is loaded. To replace fuse: 1. This is equivalent to turning the terminal off and on. Use the CLI commands to interrogate the AN-100U status and program most system settings. Figure 37: Diagnostics: AN-100U Power Supply Fuse Holder Doc. both of which are active. Disconnect power from the terminal.2. 3. Statistical values are reset. 2006 . Be certain to replace the fuse(s) into the lower half of the holder. and password and then resets the system. Use a small narrow object. 4. The fuse holder holds two fuses. Pry off the black plastic cover located on the back panel beside the power switch and extract the red fuse holder. Statistical values are reset. 2. Be certain to use fuses of the same type and rating. System Reset Switch Throughout this section. reference is made to the reset switch.2 7. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 79 of 100 May 30. which is a microswitch recessed in the front panel in the system block.

5 Re-Ranging Log Message The log message 're-ranging' is recorded by the AN-100U when a registered subscriber station initiates a network entry sequence. Doc. the subscriber may declare the AN-100U to be unavailable (i. the subscriber must be able to be able to communicate with the DHCP server and the ToD server specified in the obtained lease.4 Recovering a lost IP address Use a DB-9 serial cable to access the AN-100U serial console. the SU-O sends only periodic ranging requests each 25 seconds. In this scenario. the subscriber remains its 'registered' state by sending data traffic to the AN-100U. the subscriber will reset and repeat the attempt. 8 data bits. When remote management is enabled on the subscriber station (managedSS=1). A second cause may be a loss of connectivity between a subscriber station and the DHCP server or TOD server.RedMAX Base Station user manual 7. due to poor link conditions) and begin attempts to re-register. There are two common reasons for this event: 1. When there is no data traffic. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 80 of 100 May 30. 2. Under such no-traffic conditions. 1 stop bit. 2006 . it may take the AN-100U more than 25 seconds to declare the subscriber unavailable and mark it as de-registered. 7.e. If communication cannot be established within two minutes. no parity.600 bps. the subscriber is attempting to re-register before the AN-100U has declared the subscriber to be failed. type in the command ifShow and read the value of inet under the idt interface. The configuration of the serial port should be 57.. Once connected. When network entry is complete. During the same 25+ second period.

192. For example. Open a Web browser and attempt to login to the AN-100U terminal. the IP address should only differ in the last octet (i. If the terminal does not respond by displaying the login dialog box.168. If the current address of the terminal cannot be determined. Run 'arp -d' whenever connecting to a different AN-100U terminal. If the ping is not successful.101. then the problem is with the IP address. Note that this operation may discard some custom settings. If the ping is successful. 2.RedMAX Base Station user manual 7. Perform a long-reset to restore the default address. it is recommended to perform a long-reset. Possible Problem Incorrect IP address and/or Subnet Mask.e. Doc. If the ping test is unsuccessful. The IP address may have been changed during installation. Check that the subnet mask for the host PC matches the subnet mask of the terminal.6 Troubleshooting the Web Interface These troubleshooting steps assume that the status LEDs on the front panel of the terminal indicates normal function. or terminal. The system always responds to ping frames less that 577 bytes in length. or a duplicate address may exist. Ensure that the IP address for the PC is set to the same subnet as the terminal. If the ping test is successful the host computer was able to send and receive packets. Host PC ARP table is incorrectly configured. For correct operation the host computer and the terminal must appear to be on the same subnet. Table 33: Troubleshooting . The problem may be with the Internet browser or related settings on the host computer.X). The next test is to verify the IP address is reachable from the computer. Solution Perform a ping test from the host computer command line.. 1. the IP address may be incorrect. The factory default address is listed in the Troubleshooting section. check that the correct IP address is being used. Re-boot the host computer to try to resolve the problem. Use the ping command to test the connection between the terminal and host computer. Check that the host PC address is in the same subnet. reboot of the AN-100U and/or host computer. Performing a long-reset restores the terminal IP address and IP Subnet Mask to the factory default values.Web Interface Diagnostics Symptom Login screen cannot be accessed. 2006 . 3. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 81 of 100 May 30. Problems with host computer.

If the 'Low DC Voltage At Radio' error is also indicated. Try resetting the unit. The DC voltage at the transceiver (carried by the IF cable from the terminal) is lower than the required 24 VDC. The radio is disabled. Check the IF cable and connectors. The System Fault LED may light.RedMAX Base Station user manual 7. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 82 of 100 May 30. Communication between the terminal and the transceiver failed. (see below) check the IF cable and connectors. If the 'Low DC Voltage At Radio' error is not indicated. The transceiver internal power supply is lower than the required 3. This error could be due to a problem with the internal power supply or with the power source from the terminal. Doc. The internal temperature of the transceiver is above 82C (180°F). The transceiver shuts down to allow cooling. Communication Error Over IF Cable Outdoor Unit Temperature is too High. the transceiver requires servicing. Check the IF cable and connectors. The minimum required voltage for operation is 12 VDC. 2006 . The measured IF cable compensation is out of specification. Air Interface Disabled for 15 Minutes Outdoor Unit Power Supply Error Outdoor Unit 24V Error Air Interface Disabled Cable Compensation Failed Invalid Radio Outdoor Unit 3. The attached radio is not compatible with this terminal/configuration. Table 34: Troubleshooting .RF Error Diagnostics Error Type IF PLL Unlocked Description The PLL (Phase Locked Loop) section within the terminal experienced an error.3 VDC.3V Error Displays a fault in the transceiver power supply.7 RF Troubleshooting The terminal monitors the status of the outdoor transceiver unit and reports any fault conditions in the system event log. The following table lists the general fault conditions reported by the terminal.

The measured IF cable compensation is out of specification. Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 83 of 100 May 30.Event Log Messages Log Message Air Interface Disabled Cable Compensation Failed Cable Compensation Ok Channel conflict with BS Id: CK PLL locked on XXX MHz Code file format is invalid! Config format is changed! Please re-config! Configuration OK Configuring the Ethernet Port Downlink bandwidth margin = Kbits/s EEPROM corrupted. param loaded! FTP Failed! FTP format error! IF PLL locked on xxx MHz IF PLL Unlocked Description The radio is disabled.RedMAX Base Station user manual 7. The configuration information structure is OK. If this message repeats or if the RF link is not back on. contact customer support. The PHY layer and the associated automatic controls are being initialized. IF REF PLL Unlocked Init PHY & Automatic Controls Initial Ranging performed by SS: Initial Ranging Request received but wrong Channel ID Initializing RF Invalid Configuration Invalid MAC Address in Initial Ranging Request Invalid Radio The transceiver system is being initialized. The stored configuration settings are invalid. The measured IF cable compensation is within specification. The configuration information structure is corrupted. Indicates the approximate downlink bandwidth (Kbits/s) remaining on the link (not reserved by service flows).8 System Log Messages Table 35: Troubleshooting . EEPROM data is corrupted. All settings have been reset to factory default values. The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) routine used to download the software has failed. The unit stopped RF transmissions and attempted to reprogram the synthesizers. Report the CK PLL frequency. Subscriber ranging request includes an invalid MAC address. See IF PLL Unlocked. If the problem persists. Wrong Channel ID in ranging request from subscriber. Report the IF PLL frequency. 2006 Doc. The Ethernet Data and Mgt ports are being initialized. #70-00058-01-00 . The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) file format is invalid. try to reset the terminal. One or more RF synthesizers unlocked. Initial Ranging was successful. Def. The attached radio is not compatible with this terminal/configuration. One of more of the configuration settings entered is not valid. Another AN-100U is sending maps on the same RF channel.

SNMP is active. The subscriber performing ranging is set to the wrong channel.3 VDC internal power supply error is OK.3V Ok Description Local oscillator #1 unlocked. Local oscillator #2 OK. The media access layer hardware is operational. Local oscillator #2 unlocked. 2006 Doc. No modulation type supported Negotiation with SS: succeeded NMS Agent Started Outdoor Unit 24V Error Outdoor Unit 24V Ok Outdoor Unit 3. The subscriber attempting to negotiate a connection is specifying invalid modulation types. The subscriber is attempting to negotiate a connection is specifying invalid decoding types.Event Log Messages Log Message LO1 Error LO1 locked LO2 Error LO2 locked Loaded from Image 0 Loaded from Image 1 Long-reset Detected MAC is Operational MAC Reset Maintenance Ranging Request received but wrong Channel ID Need to configure! Negotiation Request but no Initial Ranging Negotiation with SS: failed Allocation scheme not supported Negotiation with SS: failed. The transceiver 3. The transceiver internal power supply is lower than the required 3. The subscriber is attempting to negotiate a connection is presenting an invalid allocation scheme.3V Error Outdoor Unit 3. No decoding type supported Negotiation with SS: failed. The terminal has performed a long-reset. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 84 of 100 . The subscriber has successfully completed negotiation. May 30.3 VDC. No demodulation type supported Negotiation with SS: failed. System software image has been loaded from image 1 on the last reset. No encoding type supported Negotiation with SS: failed. System software image has been loaded from image 0 on the last reset. All settings have been reset to factory default values. Local oscillator #1 OK. The 24 VDC at the transceiver (carried by the IF cable from the terminal) is OK. The subscriber is attempting to negotiate a connection is specifying invalid encoding types. The subscriber is attempting to negotiate a connection is specifying invalid demodulation types. The subscriber is attempting to negotiate a connection has not successfully completed the initial ranging criteria.RedMAX Base Station user manual Table 35: Troubleshooting . The terminal needs to be configured. The MAC/PHY/RF configuration settings have never been saved. The voltage at the transceiver (carried by the IF cable from the terminal) is lower than the required 24 VDC. The media access layer hardware has been initialized.

#70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 85 of 100 May 30. Completed checking the frequency band. Subscriber has aborted the ranging negotiations. Subscriber registration request has timed out. The PLL (Phase Locked Loop) section within the terminal experienced an error. Subscriber registration request is complete. Doc. Scanning the radio channel. Reset required to activate changes to configuration settings. The transceiver shuts down for a short period to allow cooling. 2006 . If another AN100U is using this RF channel.RedMAX Base Station user manual Table 35: Troubleshooting . Report the current temperature of the transceiver. Report system is adjusting the reference source PLL frequency. RF in Factory Mode RNG Abort RNG complete RNG REQ RNG Timeout Save the configuration and press short-reset SBC negotiation complete SBC REQ SBC Timeout Scan completed Description There is a fault in the transceiver power supply. Checking the frequency band. Subscriber ranging request has timed out. A system password has been changed.. Report system is adjusting the CK PLL frequency. Subscriber has sent a registration request to the AN100U. No transmission is performed until the channel becomes clear.. the conflict is reported. The RF module is in factory test mode. Air Interface Disabled for 15 Minutes Password changed! PHY PLL Unlocked Programming CK PLL Programming IF PLL Programming Ref PLL Radio Reference Frequency Error Radio Reference Frequency Ok Radio Type = Ref PLL locked on xxx MHz REG complete REG REQ REG Timeout Restoring Configuration. The transceiver does not function properly with the terminal..Event Log Messages Log Message Outdoor Unit Power Supply Error Outdoor Unit Power Supply Ok Outdoor Unit Temperature = Celsius Outdoor Unit Temperature is too High. The transceiver power supply is OK. The transceivers internal frequency reference is OK. Restoring configuration from saved settings. Report system is adjusting the IF PLL frequency. Subscriber has completed the ranging negotiations. Subscriber has completed basic capability negotiations. Subscriber has sent a basic capability request to the AN-100U. The internal temperature of the transceiver is above 82C (180°F). The transceivers internal frequency reference source is out of specification. Report the current PLL frequency.. Subscriber basic capability request has timed out. Subscriber has sent a ranging request to the AN-100U. Reports the model of transceiver in the radio.

Subscriber is no longer receiving valid frames.2 or higher software. The internal temperature of the transceiver is above 75C (167°F).1 software -. Ranging and negotiation must be performed to restore the link. The software upgrade process completed successfully. The unit is approaching the shutdown limit.X-XX Sync lost Sync successful The next boot version is X. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 86 of 100 May 30. or 2. The software upgrade process failed.2 are not supported!) Update OK! Upgrade failed Upgrade successful Version Switch Cancelled Version switch fail Version Switch Requested WARNING: Outdoor Unit Temperature = Celsius Doc. SS Removed: Registration Request but no Negotiation SW version X.0. Subscriber tried to register but negotiation was not performed. User has attempted to download version 1. The operator has selected the alternate system software image to be loaded on the next reset. The subscriber does not have enough time a switch between RX mode and TX mode. Report version of software image loaded at boot. Subscriber has received valid frames. The link is active.Event Log Messages Log Message SS Registered: SS Removed: Description The subscriber has completed negotiation and registration. The software version switch failed. 2.RedMAX Base Station user manual Table 35: Troubleshooting .X.X.these versions cannot be installed on a system running version 2. The software upgrade process completed successfully. The operator has selected the alternate system software image to be loaded on the next boot.X-XX Timing anomalies reported by SS: Update Fail (Older versions than 2. The subscriber has been removed from the list of active links. The operator has canceled selection to load the alternate system software image on the next reset.X. 2006 .

DHCP client pass-through 802.5 MHz channel 1 Up to 23 Mbps Max.RedMAX Base Station user manual Chapter 8 8 8. 2/3. Ethernet Rate @ 3. #70-00058-01-00 . BE) TDMA Access 20 km (13 miles) LOS 3 km (2 miles) non LOS TDD (time division duplex) 256 FFT OFDM (orthogonal frequency division multiplexing) Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 87 of 100 May 30.5 MHz channel Up to 10.8 Mbps Max.1 Appendices System Technical Specifications Table 36: Specifications . DC power Transparent bridge.5. CIR/PIR) Scheduled Services (rtPS. 802.600 GHz (FWA Band) TDD 3. 3/4 DES (traffic) Cell-based PMP deployment 64 subscribers/sector 802. Optical LOS. Non LOS Cell-based Point-to-Multipoint 3. ATPC. 7 MHz > 40 dB Up to 5 bps/Hz (over the air). 2006 Network Attributes: Modulation/Coding Rates: Over the Air Encryption: MAC: Range: Duplex Technique: Wireless Transmission: Doc. up to 3 bps/Hz (net) Up to 17. 16 QAM.5 MHz channel) Maximum length 68 m (225 feet) using only the following Redline recommended high-grade cable: Times Fiber cable (part number T58SC85T-VB) Multiplexed IF.RedMAX AN-100U Base Station System Specifications System Capability: RF Band: Channel Size: RF Dynamic Range: Spectral Efficiency: Over The Air Rate: Data Rate: Latency: Maximum Tx Power: Rx Sensitivity: IF Cable: LOS.1Q VLAN. AGC.400-3.1p network traffic prioritization Modulation: BPSK.16-2004 compliant PMP 802. QPSK.16-2004 packet convergence sub-layer mode QoS (delay. Ethernet Rate @ 7 MHz channel 1 6-18 ms (based on channel size & frame duration) +23 dBm (region specific) Better than -93 dBm @ BPSK 1/2 (1x10e-6 BER / 3. Tx/Rx.5 Mbps Uncoded Rate @ 7 MHz channel Up to 35 Mbps Uncoded Rate @ 3. 64 QAM Coding: 1/2.

802. standard and proprietary MIBs Full management by RedMAX Management Suite Power Requirements: Auto-sensing 90-264 VAC (47-63 Hz) Auto-sensing 18 . transmission latency. burst rate.1Q. 168 (VoIP codec) Compliance: EMC: EN 301 489-1. 723.RedMAX AN-100U Base Station Network Connections: System Configuration: RJ-45 (10/100 Ethernet) HTTP (Web). and link distance. 2006 . #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 88 of 100 May 30. 726. protocols.RedMAX Base Station user manual Table 36: Specifications . 729.5 lb) Humidity: Up to 90% non-condensing 1 Actual Ethernet data throughput is dependent on channel size.1p.16-2004 ITUT: G. (EN 55022/CISPR 22) IEC 61000-4-5 class 3 (2 KV). 75 W maximum Optional dual AC or dual DC power supply (dual cord with automatic failover) Standards: IEEE: 802. 802.3. Doc. Industry Canada: RSS-192 Safety: IEC 60950-1.5 Kg (5. Radiated Immunity as per EN-1000-4-3. packet size.45 mm (17 x 12 x 1.802.711. EN 301 489-4.72 VDC.3x. 802. EN 61000-3-3 RF: EN 302 326.21 ESD as per EN 61000-4-2. SNMP. ITU-T K.8 x 44.. EFT as per EN 61000-4-4 Surge as per EN 61000-4-5 Conducted Immunity as per EN 61000-4-6 Dips & interrupts (AC versions only) as per EN 61000-4-11 Flickers and harmonics (AC versions only) comply to EN 61000-3-2.8 x 304. FTP (software updates) CLI via Local Console (RS-232) only Network Management: SNMP. UL 60950-1 Operating Temperature: IDU: 0 C to 40 C IDU Short-term: 0 C to 55 C for up to 5 hours ODU: -40 C to 60 C Wind Loading: Antenna: 220 Km/hr (137 mph) Dimensions: 431.75 in) Weight: 2.

5 MHz.2 Radio Types The following radio types are supported: Table 37: Specs .Radios with 3.RedMAX Base Station user manual 8. 2006 . Table 38: Specs . #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 89 of 100 May 30.4 . 7 MHz TDD 3.3 Receive Sensitivity The following table lists the AN-100U sensitivity levels for different modulation and coding levels (TB3435T7 radio).5 MHz -94 -93 -92 -89 -86 -82 -77 7 MHz -91 -90 -89 -86 -83 -79 -74 Doc.5 MHz and 7 MHz Channels Radio Type Board ID (Web GUI): Channelization: Operation: Frequency: Tx Power: Tx Power Tolerance: Maximum Power Consumption: TB3435T7 1 3. 1.AN-100U Receive Sensitivity Modulation BPSK QPSK 16 QAM 64 QAM Coding 1/2 1/2 3/4 1/2 3/4 2/3 3/4 3.5 GHz 23 dBm +/.3.2 dBm 24 V.5 A 8.

All DC terminals are shipped with a one-meter power cord assembly. 2006 .RedMAX Base Station user manual 8. the diode protection prevents permanent damage to the power supply. 48 or 60 VDC). negative (plus to ground). If the wiring needs to be extended a minimum of 18 AWG wire must be used. Reverse the power connections and verify that the terminal powers up properly. Refer to table below for connection details. The DC power supply (optional) is rated for operation from 18 to 72 volts DC (nominally 24. it is possible that the blue and black wires are connected incorrectly resulting in a reversal of polarity. Doc. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 90 of 100 May 30.4 DC Power Connections This section provides important instructions for connecting to a DC power source. The DC power input is floating (+Ve and -Ve not connected to chassis). In this event. and floating power connections as required. Power is supplied to the terminal using a fused power entry module. allowing positive (minus to ground). Warning to service personnel: Caution for all AC and DC models – Double Pole/Neutral fusing. consisting of the power entry module’s mating dual pin polarized female plug pre-crimped with 18 AWG blue and black insulated wires. If the terminal does not power on. Table 39: DC Power Supply Cable Connections Wire Color Blue Black Schematics Negative DC Power (-18 to –72 VDC) Negative power Power Return Positive DC Power (+18 to +72 VDC) Power Return Positive Power Warning to service personnel: DC units are not equipped with power switches and activate immediately when connected to a power source.

An IETF protocol for converting network addresses to 48-bit Ethernet addresses. This results in the Subscriber Station using contention request opportunities as well as unicast request opportunities and unsolicited Data Grant Burst Types. High-speed wireless installation where the equipment is not mobile.5 Glossary Term Active Service Flow Address Resolution Protocol Admitted Service Flow RedMAX base station System RedMAX base station terminal Antenna Gain Automatic Repeat Request Base Station Acronym ARP Definition An Admitted Service Flow that is active and available for packet transmission. ARQ BS The measure of antenna performance relative to a theoretical antenna called an isotropic antenna. - Beamwidth Best Effort Service BE Binary Phase Shift Keying BPSK Bps Broadband Fixed Wireless Broadcast Addresses Burst Bps BFW - Doc. The key service elements are the Minimum Reserved Traffic Rate. This protocol is used for selective retransmission of lost fragments over the air. Service Flow is registered. the Request/Transmission Policy setting should be such that the Subscriber Station is allowed to use contention request opportunities. BPSK is a digital modulation technique. In order for this service to work correctly. A predefined destination address that denotes the set of all data network service access points. This type of modulation is less efficient than similar modulation techniques such as QPSK and 64 QAM. but not active. transceiver. and the Traffic Priority. A unit of measurement for data is transfer. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 91 of 100 May 30. The AN-100U terminal. and antenna. The AN-100U indoor unit.RedMAX Base Station user manual 8. All other bits of the Request/Transmission Policy are irrelevant to the fundamental operation of this scheduling service and should be set according to network policy. BE service provides efficient service to best effort traffic. but is less susceptible to noise. A group of protocol data units (PDUs) transmitted over the wireless link using the same profile. 2006 . the Maximum Sustained Traffic Rate. The angle of signal coverage provided by an antenna. The RedMAX AN-100U Base Station terminal configured as central equipment (also referred to as a base station).

operational. 2006 .e. preamble length. guard times. A Connection Identifier (CID) identifies connections.unique identifier taken from the Connection Identifier address space that uniquely identifies the Transport Connection. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 92 of 100 May 30. A unidirectional mapping between RedMAX AN-100U base station and subscriber station medium access control (MAC) peers for transporting service flow’s traffic. Each profile contains settings such as modulation type.A well-defined Connection Identifier that is used by a subscriber station during the initial ranging process. Minimum Reserved Traffic Rate (see QoS) CINR is the ratio of Carrier/(Interference + Noise). A communications path wide enough to permit a single RF transmission. The act of combining multiple medium access control (MAC) protocol data units (PDUs) into a single burst. A unidirectional. CEPT activities included cooperation on commercial. A set of criteria used for packet filtering which map each packet to the corresponding Service Flow (i. The European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT) established in 1959. Each Class of Service can be defined by a set of QoS settings. The minimum guaranteed bandwidth for a connection. such as Internet Protocol (IP). CEPT Channel CIR CINR Class of Service Classifier CIR CINR - Committed Information Rate Concatenation Connection CIR - Connection Identifier CID Cyclic Prefix CP Doc. forward error correction type.RedMAX Base Station user manual Term Burst profile Acronym Definition Enter of settings that describe the uplink or downlink transmission properties associated with an Interval Usage Code. Initial Ranging . etc. All traffic is carried on a connection. even for service flows that implement connectionless protocols. Transport . which defines the Quality of Service (QoS) settings of the Service Flow associated with that connection.. A CID maps to a service flow Identifier (SFID). Guard interval to resist multipath effect. regulatory and technical standardization issues. IP or MAC address). medium access control layer address that identifies a connection to equivalent peers in the medium access control layer of the base station and subscriber station. This CID is defined as constant value within the protocol since a subscriber station has no addressing information available until the initial ranging process is complete.

RedMAX Base Station user manual Term Data Link Layer Acronym Definition Layer 2 in the Open System Interconnection (OSI) architecture. Assigns packets to downstream service flows. Based on the map Subscriber Station read and parse the Downlink information. A medium access control layer message that describes the physical layer characteristics of a downlink channel. measured in decibels. modify. A LAN architecture using a bus or star topology Frame Check Sequence. the layer that provides services to transfer data over the transmission link between open systems. The direction from the RedMAX AN-100U base station to the subscriber station. DL-MAP is the main message that defines synchronization of Subscriber Station. 2006 . of the effective gain of an antenna compared to an isotropic antenna. A ratio expressed in decibels. A frame may contain both an uplink sub frame and a downlink sub frame. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 93 of 100 May 30. DB dBi DBm Directional Antenna Download Interval Usage Code Downlink Downlink Channel Descriptor Downlink Map DIUC DCD DL-MAP Downstream Downstream Classifier Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Dynamic service DHCP - Encryption - Ethernet FCS File Transfer Protocol FCS FTP Frame - Frequency Agnostic - Doc. Decibels relative to a milliwatt An antenna that concentrates transmission power into one direction. A medium access control layer message that defines a map with burst start times. the transformation of data into an unreadable format until reformatted with a decryption key. (Client and Server): Protocol implementing RFC 959 and running in NOC-S as Client and BSC as Server for transferring/replicating configurations files needed by local DHCPs. A ratio. Flow from base station to subscriber station. The set of messages and protocols that allow base station and subscriber station to add. Operating independently of the radio frequency selection. An Internet protocol used for assigning network-layer (IP) addresses dynamically. For the purposes of privacy. An interval usage code specific to a downlink (from RedMAX AN-100U base station to subscriber station). A structured data sequence of fixed duration used by some physical layer specifications. or delete the characteristics of a service flow.

Service Flows). distributes. Refers to the transmission of data in two directions simultaneously (i. A Subscriber Station can have multiple connections. Delay Internet protocol described in RFC 2251 and implemented in NOC-C. In our provisioning system LDAP is the engine that replicates. #70-00058-01-00 LOS LLC Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 94 of 100 May 30. This is a CRC error on the header fields only. A component of the downlink or uplink map that defines the starting address associated with an IUC that identifies a certain burst profile. One gigahertz (GHz) is one billion Hertz. A network point that acts as an entrance to another network. Typically expressed in decibels (dB). NOC-S and SR.000.000 Hz. Note that bandwidth requests are always made for a connection. equivalent to the number of cycles per second.000.000 MHz A bandwidth allocation method in which grants are allocated to a specific connection within a subscriber station. In GPC mode. One megahertz (MHz) is one million Hertz. A theoretic construct of an antenna that radiates its signal 360 degrees both vertically and horizontally—a perfect sphere.RedMAX Base Station user manual Term Frequency Division Duplexing Acronym FDD Definition A transmission method that separates the transmitting and receiving channels with a guard band (some amount of spectrum that acts as a buffer or insulator). A clear direct path between two antennas. Generally used as a reference.e. the uplink and downlink channels are located on separate frequencies and the downlink data can be transmitted in bursts. A fixed duration frame is used for both uplink and downlink transmissions. or 1. 1. a telephone) The ratio of the output amplitude of a signal to the input amplitude of a signal. reads and writes Subscriber information (CPE-NAMES. Subscriber Station request bandwidth for each connection. searches. In a framed (burst) FDD system. Layer 2 Link Layer Control Full Duplex Gain - Gateway Gigahertz Grant Per Connection GHz GPC Header Check Sequence Hertz HCS Hz Information Element Internet Protocol Interval Usage Code Isotropic IE IP IUC - Latency Lightweight Directory Access Protocol LDAP Line Of Sight Link Layer Control Doc. Header Check Sequence error. The international unit for measuring frequency. 2006 . It is designed to provide quick access to directories that contain information locally in attributes or externally in databases such as SQL. with no obstructions within the first Fresnel zone. See TCP/IP A code identifying a particular burst profile that can be used by a downlink or uplink transmission interval.

The traditional local wired phone company. The nrt-PS is designed to support non real-time service flows that require variable size Data Grant Burst Types on a regular basis. It corresponds to the ISO Network Model Layer 2 data link layer. A data communications network. The RF echoes created from radio signal reflections. with obstructions within the first Fresnel zone. LAN LEC - Media Access Control Megahertz Modulation Multicast polling group Multipath Network Time Protocol MAC MHz NTP Non Line Of Sight NVRAM Non Real-Time Priority NLOS nrt-PS Optical Line Of Sight OLOS Doc. Maximum Sustained Traffic Rate. Request/Transmission Policy. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 95 of 100 May 30. 2006 . PRIMARY and SECONDARY.RedMAX Base Station user manual Term Link Budget Tool Local Area Network Local Exchange Carriers Management Connection Acronym Definition Software application to characterize the range performance for LOS. such as high bandwidth FTP. The RedMAX AN-100U base station typically polls nrtPS CIDs on an interval (periodic or periodic) on the order of one second or less. A unique number assigned to a network device. 1. Protocol for synchronizing a set of network clocks using a set of distributed clients and servers. printers and other devices together.000. The key service elements are Minimum Reserved Traffic Rate.000 Hz Any of several techniques for combining user information with a transmitter carrier signal. OLOS and NLOS conditions for selected system settings. and Traffic Priority. A connection that is established during initial subscriber station registration that is used to transport delay-tolerant medium access control management messages and even higher layer management and control messages. Non-volatile RAM memory. Does not lose its data when power is removed. Described in IETF RFC 958. It is implemented as Server on BSC for time synchronization with subscriber stations and base stations. which assures that the flow receives request opportunities even during network congestion. typically within a building or campus linking computers. Completely obstructed path between two antennas. Each Subscriber Station has three management connections BASIC. A group of subscriber stations that are assigned a multicast address for the purposes of polling. A clear direct path between two antennas. The service offers unicast polls on a regular basis.

Maximum Sustained Traffic Rate (see QoS) A client/server model between base station and subscriber station that is used to secure distribution of keying material. the text. Provides for the transmission of data through a communications channel by defining the electrical. among the channels and symbols comprising the data stream. The act of combining multiple service data units (SDU) from a higher layer into a single medium access control protocol data unit MPDU. and procedural specifications. MPDU is the data unit exchanged between peer 802. The three principal elements of a packet include the header. The difference lies in the way in which the signals are modulated and demodulated.16 MAC entities. The technology was first conceived in the 1960s and 1970s during research into minimizing interference among channels near each other in frequency.RedMAX Base Station user manual Term Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing Acronym OFDM Definition Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) is a method of digital modulation in which a signal is split into several narrowband channels at different frequencies. One MPDU is formed from one or more SDUs. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 96 of 100 May 30. Packet - Packing - Physical Layer PHY Physical slot PS PIR Privacy key Management Protocol Protocol Data Unit PKM PDU Provisioned Service Flow - Doc. On the upward direction. On the downward direction. A Service Flow that has been provisioned as part of the Registration process. A unit of time. mechanical. but has not yet been activated or admitted. for allocating bandwidth. A bundle of data organized in a specific way for transmission. 2006 . It may still require an authorization exchange with a policy module or external policy server prior to admission. OFDM is similar to conventional frequency-division multiplexing (FDM). In some respects. Less importance is placed on perfecting individual channels. Priority is given to minimizing the interference. it is the data unit received from the previous lower layer. The data unit exchanged between peer entities of the same protocol layer. and the trailer (error detection and correction bits). it is the data unit generated for the next lower layer. PS is designated by 1 OFDM symbol. or crosstalk. dependent on the physical layer specification.

A group of network entities administered by a DHCP Server via its configuration file that get IP addresses in the same subnet. QAM is used with pulse amplitude modulation (PAM) in digital systems. At the destination. and the other is called the Q signal. such as moving pictures experts group (MPEG) video. periodic.Minimum Reserved Traffic Rate (CIR) . and the other by a cosine wave. Mathematically. The set of security information base station and one or more of its client subscriber stations share in order to support secure communications.Traffic Priority The rt-PS is intended to support real-time service flows that generate variable size data packets on a periodic basis. there are two carriers. which meet the flow’s real-time needs and allow the Subscriber Station to specify the size of the desired grant. doubling the effective bandwidth. but supports variable size grants for optimum data transport efficiency. one of the signals can be represented by a sine wave. An identifier shared between base station and subscriber station that uniquely identifies a security association. and then the data is combined into the original modulating information. Quality of Service QoS Real-Time Polling Service rt-PS Receiver Sensitivity RSSI Scope RSSI - Security Association SA Security Association Identifier SAID Doc. the carriers are separated.Maximum Sustained Traffic Rate (PIR) . The two modulated carriers are combined at the source for transmission. A scope can define common and individual properties for all network entities getting an IP address from that subnet. A measurement of the weakest signal a receiver can receive and still correctly translate it into data. especially in wireless applications. This service requires more request overhead than UGS. 2006 .RedMAX Base Station user manual Term Quadrature Amplitude Modulation Acronym QAM Definition Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) is a method of combining two amplitude-modulated (AM) signals into a single channel. In a QAM signal. This shared information includes traffic encryption keys and cipher block chaining initialization vectors. unicast request opportunities. . each having the same frequency but differing in phase by 90 degrees. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 97 of 100 May 30. The service offers real-time. Received signal strength indicator. the data is extracted from each. One signal is called the I signal.Maximum Latency .

802. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 98 of 100 May 30. A service identified by a service class is identical to a service that has the same QoS parameter set explicitly specified. A connection used to transport user data. it is the data unit received from the previous higher layer. Service Data Unit SDU Service Flow Service Flow Identifier Service Flow Name Service Level Agreement Simple Network Management Protocol SINADR Subscriber Station Time division duplex Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Transport Connection SFID SLA SNMP SS TDD TCP/ IP Signal to noise and distortion ratio. Operators provision the Subscriber Stations with the Service Class Name. and other devices. The use of service classes is optional. telephony signaling may direct the subscriber station to instantiate any available Provisioned service flow of class G711. Doc. The data unit exchanged between two adjacent protocol layers.16 definition of a Subscriber Station. This describes in general the minimum quality of service the provider is committed to provide A network management protocol of the IETF. the implementation of the name is configured at the RedMAX AN-100U base station. handsets. For example. A duplex scheme where uplink and downlink transmissions occur at different times but share the same frequency.RedMAX Base Station user manual Term Service Class Acronym Definition Service classes are identifiers for a specific set of QoS parameter set values. it is the data unit sent to the next higher layer. The Service Class allows operators to configure service flows directly on the RedMAX AN-100U base station. The RedMAX AN-100U base station terminal configured as customer premises equipment (CPE). An ASCII string that is used to reference a set of QoS settings that (partially) define a service flow. This feature allows higher layer protocols to create a service flow by its Service Class Name. On the downward direction. 2006 . The standard set of protocols used by the Internet for transferring information between computers. On the upward direction. Each Service Flow represents a bi-directional data flow having separate Quality of Service settings for uplink and downlink: Active / Admitted A 32-bit quantity that uniquely identifies a service flow to both the subscriber station and base station. This allows operators to modify the implementation of a given service to local circumstances without changing Subscriber Station provisioning.

Unsolicited Grant Service UGS Uplink Uplink Channel Descriptor UCD Uplink Interval Usage Code Uplink Map: UIUC UL-MAP Wireless Fidelity Wi-Fi Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access WiMAX Doc. A set of information that defines the entire map for the uplink. dual-band. #70-00058-01-00 Proprietary Redline Communications © 2006 Page 99 of 100 May 30. The service offers fixed size grants on a real-time periodic basis. The ULMAP is composed from Information Elements.16 Interop consortium.RedMAX Base Station user manual Term Type/ length/ value Acronym TLV Definition A formatting scheme that adds a tag to each transmitted parameter containing the parameter Type (and implicitly its encoding rules) and the length of the encoded parameter. 802. Subscriber Stations send data according to the scheduled opportunities.11a. which eliminate the overhead and latency of Subscriber Station requests and assure that grants are available to meet the flow’s real-time needs. A separate UCD message is transmitted for each active uplink channel associated with the downlink channel. Wireless fidelity is used generically when referring of any type of 802.11 network. whether 802. Based on that. An Interval Usage Code specific to an uplink (to RedMAX AN-100U base station from subscriber station). 2006 . etc 802. The UGS is designed to support real-time service flows that generate fixed size data packets on a periodic basis. such as TDM and Voice over IP without silence suppression. The direction from a subscriber station to the RedMAX AN-100U base station.11b. A UCD message is transmitted by the RedMAX AN100U base station at a periodic interval to define the characteristics of an uplink physical channel.

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