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4/8/17/34 MB

DIGITAL MICROWAVE RADIO SYSTEM


PASOLINK
(1+0 SYSTEM)
OPERATION MANUAL
ROI-S03423-063E
Issue 3, Feb. 2001
NEC Corporation
TOKYO, JAPAN
Copyright

2001 by NEC Corporation


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ROI-S03423 WARNING
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WARNING
Wait for 10 seconds or more to turn OFF the power switch of the IDU again after turning it ON. Do not
repeat turning ON/OFF the power in a short time, or the IDU may fail.
WARNING ROI-S03423
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ROI-S03423 PREFACE
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PREFACE
This manual provides instructions on the installation, initial line up, operation and maintenance of the
pasolink, 13/15/18/23/26/38 GHz 4/8/17/34 MB point-to-point digital radio system configured in 1+0
system.
This manual consists of following sections:
Abbreviations
Section I General System Description
Section II Installation
Appendix Radio Frequency Assignment
PREFACE ROI-S03423
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ROI-S03423 ABBREVIATIONS
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ABBREVIATIONS
The following abbreviations are used in the manual for the NEC New Pasolink ( ) GHz ( )MB point-to-
point Digital Radio System.
Abbreviation Description Abbreviation Description
A DECOD
DEM
DEMUX
DIFF
DPU
DSC
DTE
E
EMC
EMI
Decoder
Demodulator
Demultiplexer
Differential
Digital Processor Unit
Digital Service Channel
Data Terminal Equipment
Electro Magnetic Compatibility
Electro Magnetic Interference
A
A-D
AGC
AIS
ALC
ALM
AM
AMP
ANS
APC
ARSR
ASC
ASK
ATT
AUX
Ampere
Analogue to Digital
Automatic Gain Control
Alarm Indication Signal
Automatic Level Control
Alarm
Amplitude Modulation
Amplifier
Answer
Automatic Phase Control
Arrester
Analog Service Channel
Amplitude Shift Keying
Attenuator
Auxiliary
ENCOD Encoder
EOW
EQL
ERR
ESD
ESP
F
Engineering Orderwire
Equalizer
Error
Electro Static Discharge
Electro Static Protection
B
BER
BNC
BPF
BR
B-U
Bit Error Rate
Bayonet Navy Connector
Band Pass Filter
Branching
Bipolar to Unipolar
F
FET
FG
FIL
FR(FRM)
FREQ
G
Frequency
Field-Effect Transistor
Frame Ground
Filter
Frame
Frequency C
CARR
CH
CISPR
CKT
CLK
COM
COMB
CONN
CONT
CONV
CPU
CW
D
Carrier
Channel
International Special Committee
on Radio Interference
Circuit
Clock
Common
Combiner
Connection
Control
Converter
Central Processing Unit
Carrier Wave
G(GND) Ground
H
H
HDB-3
HS
High
High Density Bipolar-3
Hot-standby
Hybrid
Hertz
Input/Output
Identification
Indoor Unit
HYB
Hz
I
I/O
ID
IDU
IF
IN
INH
INTFC
D-A Digital to Analogue Intermediate Frequency
Input
Inhibit
Interface
dB/div Decibel Per Division
dBm
DC
DEC
dB reffered to 1 milliwatt
Direct Current
Decision
ABBREVIATIONS ROI-S03423
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Abbreviation Description Abbreviation Description
ITU International Telecommunication
Union
PS
P-S
Power Supply
Parallel to Serial
PSK Phase Shift Keying
PWR
Q
QTY
R
RA
Power
Quantity
Remote Access
L
L
LA
LB
LED
LPF
Low
Locak Access
Loop Back
Light Emitting Diode
Low Pass Filter
RCVD
RCVR
REQD
RF
RX
S
SC
SEL
SEP
Received
Receiver
Required
Radio Frequency
Receive
Service Channel
Selector
Separation
M
MAINT
MHz/div
MIX
MOD
MODEM
MON
MUX
Maintenance
Mega Hertz Per Division
Mixer
Modulator
Modulator-Demodulator
Monitor
Multiplexer
SG
S-P
SV
SW
SYNC
Signal Ground
Serial to Parallel
Supervisory
Switch
Synchronizer
N
NC
NDM
NF
NMS
NO
NORM
NRZ
O
Normally Closed
Normal Disconnected Mode
Noise Figure
Network Management System
Normally Open
Normal
Nonreturn to Zero
T
TTL
TRANS
TRP
Transistor-Transistor Logic
Transformer
Transmitter-Receiver Equipment
TX
U
U
U-B
Transmit
Unit
Unipolar to Bipolar
ODU
OPR
OUT
OW
P
Outdoor Unit
Operation
Output
Orderwire
V
V
VCO
Volt
Voltage Controlled Oscillator
Voice Frequency
Vertical/Horizontal
P
PAMS
PC
PCM
PM
PNMS
PNMT
ppm
PH
PLL
PLS
Power
Party Alarm Management System
Personal Computer
Pulse Code Modulation
Pasolink Management
Pasolink Network Management
System
Pasolink Network Management
Terminal
parts per million
Phase
Phase-Locked Loop
Pulse
VF
V/H
Vo-p Volt zero (0) to Peak
W
WS
X
XMTR
Wayside
Transmitter
ROI-S03423 GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
SECTION I
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
ROI-S03423 GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE
1 GENERAL 1-1
2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 1-1
3 SYSTEM PERFORMANCE 1-5
3.1 System Performance 1-5
3.2 ODU Performance 1-7
3.3 IDU Performance 1-8
4 MECHANICAL CONFIGURATION 1-11
4.1 ODU 1-11
4.2 IDU 1-12
5 INTERFACE 1-15
5.1 ODU 1-15
5.1.1 Interface Terminals and Jacks 1-15
5.1.2 Controls, Indicators and Test Jacks 1-16
5.2 IDU 1-18
5.2.1 Interface Terminals and Jacks 1-18
5.2.2 Controls, Indicators and Test Jacks 1-23
6 PRESETTING SWITCHES 1-25
6.1 75 ohm-120 ohm Impedance Switch 1-25
7 INITIAL LINEUP 1-27
7.1 Start-up and Shut-down 1-27
7.1.1 Start-up 1-27
7.1.2 Shut-down 1-27
7.2 Condtion Setting for ODU and IDU 1-28
7.3 Antenna Orientation 1-42
7.4 Lineup Test 1-43
7.4.1 2 MB ( )/8MB 1/34 MB 1 System 1-43
8 MAINTENANCE 1-48
8.1 Precautions 1-48
8.2 Test Equipment and Accessories 1-50
8.3 Periodic Maintenance 1-51
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ROI-S03423
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TITLE PAGE
8.4 Corrective Maintenance 1-54
8.4.1 Fault Isolation 1-54
8.4.2 Alarm and Status Monitoring of IDU and ODU 1-55
8.4.3 Replacement 1-58
8.4.4 Alignment 1-60
ROI-S03423 GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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1. GENERAL
This section provides information on the NEC New Pasolink 13/15/18/23/26/38 GHz 4/8/17/34 MB
point-to-point digital radio system. The ( )GHz ( )MB digital microwave radio system is configured in
1+0 system. Included herein are system configuration, system performance, mechanical configuration,
interface, presetting switches, initial lineup and maintenance.
2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
This system consists of TRP-[ ]G-[ ] Transmitter-Receiver (Outdoor Unit (ODU)) and MDP-[ ]MB-[ ]
Modulator-Demodulator (Indoor Unit (IDU)) (see Fig. 2-1).
The [ ]GHz 4 MB (2 MB 2) digital radio system is used to communicate two data streams at 2.048
Mbps (equivalent to 30 voice channels) between two stations.
The [ ]GHz 8 MB digital radio system is used to communicate one data stream at 8.448 Mbps
(equivalent to 120 voice channels) or four data streams at 2.048 Mbps (equivalent to 30 voice channels)
between two stations.
The [ ]GHz 17 MB (2 MB 8) digital radio system is used to communicate eight data streams at 2.048
Mbps (equivalent to 30 voice channels) between two stations.
The [ ]GHz 34 MB digital radio system is used to communicate one data stream at 34.368 Mbps
(equivalent to 480 voice channels) or sixteen (16) data streams at 2.048 Mbps (equivalent to 30 voice
channels) between two stations.
The system block diagrams of 2 MB 2, 2 MB 4, 2 MB 8 and 2 MB 16 systems are shown in Fig.
2-2, and that of 8 MB 1 and 34 MB 1 systems are shown in Fig. 2-3.
Fig. 2-1 Outline of ODU and IDU (1/2)
IF FG RX LEV
MON
ODU
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Fig. 2-1 Outline of ODU and IDU (2/2)
CALL
RESET
MAINT
ON
OFF
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LINE IN
+
PWR
PASOLINK
CALL
RESET
MAINT
ON
OFF
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LINE IN
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PASOLINK
CALL
RESET
MAINT
ON
OFF
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LINE IN
+
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PASOLINK IF IN/OUT
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ERR MON
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CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
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CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8 CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
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CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8
FUSE (7.5A)
2 MB 8 FIXED BIT RATE SYSTEM/
IF IN/OUT
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WS OUT
LA PORT NMS/RA
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8 CH9 CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16
FUSE (7.5A)
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CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
TRAFFIC
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WS IN ERR MON
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IN
OUT
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ERR MON
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IN OUT
WS
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FG
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FG
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OFF
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+
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FUSE (7.5A)
PWR
2 MB 2/2 MB 4/8 MB 1 FIXED BIT RATE SYSTEM/
FG
2 MB 2/4/8 BIT RATE FREE SYSTEM
2 MB 2/4/8/16 BIT RATE FREE SYSTEM FOR 75 INTERFACE
PASOLINK
EOW
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RESET
MAINT
ON
OFF
IDU ODU
LINE IN
+
PWR
EOW
EOW
2 MB 2/2 MB 4 BIT RATE FREE SYSTEM
2 MB 16 FIXED BIT RATE SYSTEM FOR120 INTERFACE/
2 MB 2/4/8/16 BIT RATE FREE SYSTEM FOR120 INTERFACE/
2 MB 8/16 BIT RATE FREE SYSTEM FOR120 INTERFACE
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3. SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
3.1 System Performance
The system performance is listed in Table 3-1.
Table 3-1 Performance Characteristics
ITEM 13 GHz 15 GHz 18 GHz 23 GHz 26 GHz 38 GHz GUARANTEED
Frequency
Range [ GHz]
12.75-
13.25
14.5-
15.35
17.7-
19.7
21.2-
23.6
24.5-
26.5
37.0-
39.5
Frequency
Plan ITU-R
497-4 636-3 595-3
F.191
637-3 F.748-1 F.749-1
Channel Separation 3.5 MHz (4MB) / 7 MHz (8 MB) / 14 MHz (17 MB; 13.75 MHz also for 18 GHz) / 28
MHz (34 MB; 27.5 MHz also for 18 GHz)
RF TX/RX
Spacing [MHz]
266 420
728
1008
1010
1008
1232
1008 1260
Output Power at
Antenna Port [dBm] +25 +23 +23 +23 +20 +15 1.5 dB
Threshold Level
(dBm measured at
antenna port)
BER=10
-3
4 MB
-93.5 -93.5 -92.5 -91.5 -91.0 -90.5 +2.5 dB
8 MB -90.5 -90.5 -89.5 -88.5 -88.0 -87.5 +2.5 dB
17 MB -87.5 -87.5 -86.5 -85.5 -85.0 -84.5 +2.5 dB
34 MB -84.5 -84.5 -83.5 -82.5 -82.0 -81.5 +2.5 dB
BER=10
-6
4 MB
-90.0 -90.0 -89.0 -88.0 -87.5 -87.0 +2.5 dB
8 MB -87.0 -87.0 -86.0 -85.0 -84.5 -84.0 +2.5 dB
17 MB -84.0 -84.0 -83.0 -82.0 -81.5 -81.0 +2.5 dB
34 MB -81.0 -81.0 -80.0 -79.0 -78.5 -78.0 +2.5 dB
System gain (dBm
measured at ant. port)
BER=10
-3
4 MB
118.5 116.5 115.5 114.5 111.0 105.5 -4.0 dB
8 MB 115.5 113.5 112.5 111.5 108.0 102.5 -4.0 dB
17 MB 112.5 110.5 109.5 108.5 105.0 99.5 -4.0 dB
34 MB 109.5 107.5 106.5 105.5 102.0 96.5 -4.0 dB
BER=10
-6
4 MB
115.0 113.0 112.0 111.0 107.5 102.0 -4.0 dB
8 MB 112.0 110.0 109.0 108.0 104.5 99.0 -4.0 dB
17 MB 109.0 107.0 106.0 105.0 101.5 96.0 -4.0 dB
34 MB 106.0 104.0 103.0 102.0 98.5 93.0 -4.0 dB
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Frequency Agility
(MHz without
changing filters)
56 56 252 280
Data signal interface
Bit rate: 2.048 Mbps 50 ppm (2 MB 2/2 MB 4/2 MB 8/2 MB 16
system)
8.448 Mbps 30 ppm (8 MB 1 system) or
34.368 Mbps 20 ppm (34 MB 1 system)
Level: Meets specification of ITU-T G.703
Code format: High density bipolar-3 (HDB-3)
Impedance: 75 ohms, unbalanced or
120 ohms, balanced
Electro magnetic
compatibility (EMC)
ODU/IDU: ETS300385
Class B
Power requirement: 20 to 60 V DC
Power consumption
4 MB system:
8 MB system:
17 MB system:
34 MB system:
Approx. 50 watts (without optional module)
Approx. 60 watts (equipped with optional module)
Approx. 50 watts (without optional module)
Approx. 60 watts (equipped with optional module)
Approx. 52 watts (without optional module)
Approx. 62 watts (equipped with optional module)
Approx. 55 watts (without optional module)
Approx. 66 watts (equipped with optional module)
Table 3-1 Performance Characteristics (Contd)
ITEM 13 GHz 15 GHz 18 GHz 23 GHz 26 GHz 38 GHz GUARANTEED
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3.2 ODU Performance
The performance characteristics of the ODU are listed in Table 3-2.
Table 3-2 Performance Characteristics
ITEM 13 GHz 15 GHz 18 GHz 23 GHz 26 GHz 38 GHz GUARANTEED
Frequency Range [ GHz] 12.75-
13.25
14.5-
15.35
17.7-
19.7
21.2-
23.6
24.5-
26.5
37.0-
39.5
Frequency Plan ITU-R 497-4 636-3 595-3
F.191
673-3 F.748-1 F.749-1
Channel Separation 3.5 MHz (4 MB) / 7 MHz (8 MB) / 14 MHz (17 MB; 13.75 MHz also for 18 GHz) /
28 MHz (34 MB; 27.5 MHz also for 18 GHz)
RF TX/RX Spacing
[MHz]
266 420
728
1008
1010
1008
1232
1008 1260
Output Power
at Antenna Port (dBm)
+25 +23 +23 +23 +20 +15 1.5 dB
Power Control 0 to 30 dB, in 1 dB steps, variable 1.0 dB
Frequency Stability 5 ppm 10 ppm
Receiver Noise Figure 4.0 dB 4.0 dB 5.0 dB 6.5 dB 7.0 dB 7.5 dB +2 dB:
(13/15/18 GHz)
+1.5 dB:
(23/26/38 GHz)
Maximum Input Level -15 dBm
IF signal interface
(between IDU and ODU)
Signal frequency
TX: 850 MHz
RX: 70 MHz
Signal level
Input: -50 to 0 dBm, varies with cable length
(maximum cable length: l=300 m)
Output: 0 dBm, nominal
Orderwire frequency
Output: 468 kHz, AM
Input: 450 kHz, AM
DC component -43 V DC
Control/Monitor signal
frequency
10 MHz, ASK (at IF IN/OUT)
Impedance 50 ohms, unbalanced
Type of RF IN/OUT Port PBR - 140 PBR - 220 BPR -
260
PBR -
320
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Note: *The RF IN/OUT port of antenna direct mounting type ODU is NEC special flange, not
PBR flange.
3.3 IDU Performance
The performance characteristics of the IDU are listed in Table 3-3.
Dimensions: 240 wide 243 high 124 deep (mm)
Weight: Approx. 4 kg
Environmental
temperature range
Operation -33C to +50C
Storage -33C to +70C
Table 3-3 Performance Characteristics
Data signal interface (between IDU and DTE)
Bit rate: 2.048 Mbps 50 ppm (2 MB 2/2 MB 4/2 MB
8/2 MB 16 system)
8.448 Mbps 30 ppm (8MB 1 system)
34.368 Mbps 20 ppm (34 MB 1system)
Level: Meets specifications of ITU-T G.703
Code format: High density bipolar-3 (HDB-3)
Impedance: 75 ohms, unbalanced or 120 ohms, balanced
Modulation method: 4-phase shift keying (4 PSK) system
Demodulation method: Quasi coherent detection
Table 3-2 Performance Characteristics (Contd)
ITEM 13 GHz 15 GHz 18 GHz 23 GHz 26 GHz 38 GHz GUARANTEED
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IF signal interface (between IDU and ODU)
Signal frequency:
TX: 850 MHz
RX: 70 MHz
Signal level:
IF output 5 dBm, nominal
IF input 15 to 0 dBm (at , RX IN), varies with cable length
(maximum cable length (8D-FB): l=300 m)
Impedance: 50 ohms, unbalanced
Insertion loss: 15 dB at 70 MHz (l=300 m)
45 dB at 850 MHz (l=300 m)
Orderwire frequency
Output: 450 kHz, amplitude modulation (AM)
Input: 468 kHz, AM
Power supply 43 V DC (through) at IF IN/OUT
Control/Monitor signal frequency: 10 MHz, amplitude shift keying (ASK) (at IF IN/
OUT)
Analog service channel (ASC) signal interface
Frequency: 0.3 to 3.4 kHz
Impedance: 600 ohms
Digital service channel (DSC) signal interface
Bit rate: 64 kbps (G703/V.11)
9.6 kbps (asynchronous)
Level: RS-232, RS-422 or RS-485 (9.6k)
Meet specifications of ITU-T G.703/V.11 (64k)
Wayside (WS) signal interface
Bit rate: 2.048 Mbps
Level: Meet specifications of ITU-T G.703
Table 3-3 Performance Characteristics (Contd)
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ROI-S03423
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Dimensions:
2 MB 2/2 MB 4/2 MB 8/
2 MB16 (for 120 interface)/
8 MB 1/34 MB 1 fixed bit rate
system/2 MB 2/4/8 bit rate free
system/2 MB 2/4/8/16 bit rate free
system for 120 interface: 482 wide 44 high 240 deep (mm)
2 16 fixed bit rate (for 75
interface)system/2 MB 2/4/8/16
bit rate free system for 75
interface: 482 wide 66 high 240 deep (mm)
Weight:
2 2/2 4/2 8/
2 16 (for 120 interface)/
8 MB 1/34 MB 1/8 MB 1
system: Approx. 4 kg (including all options)
2 16 (for 75 interface)
system: Approx. 5 kg (including all options)
Environmental temperature range
Operation 0C to +50C
Storage 30C to +70C
Table 3-3 Performance Characteristics (Contd)
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4. MECHANICAL CONFIGURATION
4.1 ODU
The equipment composition is shown in Fig. 4-1.
Fig. 4-1 Component Module Arrangement
LOCATIO
NNO.
MODULE
APPLICATION
13 GHz
G3359( )
15 GHz
G2924( )
18 GHz
G6594( )
23 GHz
G5380( )
26 GHz
G5384( )
38 GHz
G5383( )
1 RF CKT G2930( ) G6970( ) G6593( ) G6966( )
G3230( )
G6299( ) G6297( )
2 CONT G5381A
3 DC-DC CONV E4222B G4782A/E4222A
IFL FG RX LEV
MON
INSIDE OF ODU
IFL FG RX LEV
MON
3
1
2
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4.2 IDU
The equipment composition is shown in Fig. 4-2.
Fig. 4-2 Component Module Arrangement (1/3)

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1-15
5. INTERFACE
5.1 ODU
5.1.1 Interface Terminals and Jacks
The equipment has interface terminals and jacks to interconnect data, alarm and IF signals with
associated equipment. These interface terminals and jacks are located as shown in Fig. 5-1 and are used
as described in Table 5-1.
Fig. 5-1 Interface Terminal and Jack Locations
Note: The RF IN/OUT port of antenna direct mounting type ODU is NEC special flange, not PBR
flange.
Table 5-1 Interface Terminals and Jacks
TERMINAL DESCRIPTION
IF IN/OUT
(N-P Connector)
TX IF signal input and RX IF signal output
Danger: Do not disconnect the coaxial cable before
turning off power switch on IDU.
RF IN/OUT
(13/15 GHz : PBR-140)
(18/23 GHz : PBR-220)
(26 GHz : PBR-260)
(38 GHz : PBR-320)
RF signal input/output from/to antenna
IFLFG RX LEV
MON
ODU
FG
IF IN/OUT
RX LEV MON
RF IN/OUT
(FRONT VIEW)
(REAR VIEW)
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ROI-S03423
1-16
5.1.2 Controls, Indicators and Test Jacks
The test jack of the ODU is shown in Fig. 5-1. This function is described as follows:
RX LEV MON jack:
Gives access to monitoring receiving level voltage.
Provoded for transmission of OW signal between IDU and ODU when OW/RX LEV Monitor
and headset is connected.
The X0818A OW/RX LEV Monitor (optional) used for operation and maintenance is shown in Fig. 5-
2. The operation range of the OW/RX LEV Monitor is 0 C to +45 C. These function are desribed as
follows:
METER:
Indicates receiving RF level voltage.
OW indicator:
Lights when OW communication is performed (The OW ON-OFF switch is set to ON).
When the OW indicator is not lit even though OW switch is set to ON, replace the battery
(6F22(UB)/9V) since the battery becomes weak.
OW ON-OFF switch:
Enables to transmission OW signal between IDU and ODU. When the OW communication
is performed, OW ON-OFF switch is set to ON.
VOL control:
Enables to adjust receive OW voice level.
RX LEV/OW IN jack:
Supplied monitoring RX LEV voltage and OW signal from the ODU.
HEADSET jack:
Permits communication between IDU and ODU when orderwire headset is connected.
ROI-S03423 GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
1-17
Fig. 5-2 Controls, Indicators and Test Jacks of OW/RX LEV Monitor
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OW SWITCH
VOL CONTROL
RX LEV/OW IN JACK
HEADSET JACK
BATTERY
(6F22(UB)/9V)
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ROI-S03423
1-18
5.2 IDU
5.2.1 Interface Terminals and Jacks
The IDU has interface terminals and jacks to interconnect data, alarm and IF signals with associated
equipment. These interface terminals and jacks are located as shown in Fig. 2-1(2/2) and are used as
described in Table 5-2.
Table 5-2 Interface Terminals and Jacks (1/6)
Terminal Description
2 Mbps TRAFFIC IN CH( )
(BNC Connector)
2.048 Mbps HDB-3 coded data input from DTE
2 Mbps TRAFFIC OUT CH( )
(BNC Connector)
2.048 Mbps HDB-3 coded data output to DTE
8 Mbps TRAFFIC IN (CH1) 8.448 Mbps HDB-3 coded data input from DTE
8 Mbps TRAFFIC OUT (CH1) 8.448 Mbps HDB-3 coded data output to DTE
34 Mbps TRAFFIC IN 34.368 Mbps HDB-3 coded data input from DTE
34 Mbps TRAFFIC OUT 34.368 Mbps HDB-3 coded data output to DTE
WS IN 2.048 Mbps WS signal input (optional)
WS OUT 2.048 Mbps WS signal output (optional)
TRAFFIC IN/OUT (CH 1 to CH
8 120 ohms)
(D-sub Connector, 37 Pins)
2.048 Mbps HDB-3 coded data input/output from/to DTE
(CH 1 to CH 8)
Pins 1 (+) and 2 () CH8 input
Pins 3 (+) and 4 () CH7 input
Pins 6 (+) and 7 () CH6 input
Pins 8 (+) and 9 () CH5 input
Pins 11 (+) and 12 () CH4 input
Pins 13 (+) and 14 () CH3 input
Pins 16 (+) and 17 () CH2 input
Pins 18 (+) and 19 () CH1 input
Pins 20 (+) and 21 () CH8 output
Pins 22 (+) and 23 () CH7 output
Pins 25 (+) and 26 () CH6 output
Pins 27 (+) and 28 () CH5 output
Pins 29 (+) and 30 () CH4 output
Pins 31 (+) and 32 () CH3 output
Pins 34 (+) and 35 () CH2 output
ROI-S03423 GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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Pins 36 (+) and 37 () CH1 output
Pins 5,10,15,24 and 33 Ground
TRAFFIC IN/OUT (CH 9 to CH
16 120 ohms)
(D-sub Connector, 37 Pins)
2.048 Mbps HDB-3 coded data input/output from/to DTE
(CH 9 to CH 16)
Pins 1 (+) and 2 () CH16 input
Pins 3 (+) and 4 () CH15 input
Pins 6 (+) and 7 () CH14 input
Pins 8 (+) and 9 () CH13 input
Pins 11 (+) and 12 () CH12 input
Pins 13 (+) and 14 () CH11 input
Pins 16 (+) and 17 () CH10 input
Pins 18 (+) and 19 () CH9 input
Pins 20 (+) and 21 () CH16 output
Pins 22 (+) and 23 () CH15 output
Pins 25 (+) and 26 () CH14 output
Pins 27 (+) and 28 () CH13 output
Pins 29 (+) and 30 () CH12 output
Pins 31 (+) and 32 () CH11 output
Pins 34 (+) and 35 () CH 10 output
Pins 36 (+) and 37 () CH 9 output
Pins 5,10,15,24 and 33 Ground
WS IN/OUT (120 ohms, D-sub
Connector 9 Pins)
2.048 Mbps WS signal input/output (optional)
Pin 1 (+) and 2 () WS signal input
Pin 8 (+) and 9 () WS signal output
IF IN/OUT
(N-P Connector)
TX IF signal output to ODU and RX IF signal input from ODU
Caution: Do not connect other cables to this jack, because
the 43 V DC power is superimposed on this jack.
Danger: Do not touch the jack core before turning off
power switch.
OW/DSC/ASC
(D-sub Connector, 25 Pins)
Engineering orderwire (EOW), digital service channel (DSC)
and analog service channel (ASC) signal input/output
Pins 1 (+) and 2 () ASC1 input (VF) or DSC3 input (optional)
Table 5-2 Interface Terminals and Jacks (2/6)
Terminal Description
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ROI-S03423
1-20
Pins 3 (+) and 4 () ASC2 input (VF) or DSC4 input (optional)
Pins 5 (+) and 6 () EOW input (VF)
Pins 7 (+) and 8 () 64 kHz clock input*
Pins 9 (+) and 10 () DSC1 input (RS-232, 64K (G.703)* or 64K (V.11)*)
Pins 11 (+) and 12 () DSC2 input (RS-232, RS-422 or RS-485)
Pins 14 (+) and 15 () ASC1 output (VF) or DSC3 output (optional)
Pins 16 (+) and 17 () ASC2 output (VF) or DSC4 output (optional)
Pins 18 (+) and 19 () EOW output (VF)
Pins 20 (+) and 21 () 64 kHz clock output*
Pins 22 (+) and 23 () DSC1 output (RS-232, 64K (G.703)* or 64K (V.11)*)
Pins 24 (+) and 25 () DSC2 output (RS-232, RS-422 or RS-485)
Pin 13 Ground
Note: * Optional
ALM/AUX ALM
(D-sub Connector, 37 Pins)
Alarm and transmission network surveillance auxiliary alarm
input/output
Pins 1 (COM), 2 (NO)
and 3 (NC)
Transmitter alarm output**
Between Between
Pins 1 and 2 Pins 1 and 3
Normal state : Open Closed
Alarm state : Closed Open
Pins 4 (COM), 5 (NO)
and 6 (NC)
Receiver alarm output**
Between Between
Pins 4 and 5 Pins 4 and 6
Normal state : Open Closed
Alarm state : Closed Open
Pins 20 (COM), 21
(NO)

and 22 (NC)
BER alarm output when BER worse than 10
-6
/10
-5
/10
-4
/10
-3
(selectable)**
Between Between
Pins 20 and 21 Pins 20 and 22
Normal state : Open Closed
Alarm state : Closed Open
Table 5-2 Interface Terminals and Jacks (3/6)
Terminal Description
ROI-S03423 GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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Pins 23 (COM), 24
(NO) and 25 (NC)
Maintenance alarm output**
Between Between
Pins 23 and 24 Pins 23 and 25
Normal state : Open Closed
Alarm state : Closed Open
Note: **This is factory setting (default setting). These alarm
items can be set by the PC as shown in procedures (step
50 to step 55) in para. 7.2.
Pin 7 Input 11
Pin 8 Input 12
Pin 9 Input 21
Pin 10 Input 22
Pin 11 Input 31
Pin 12 Input 32
Pin 13 Input 41
Pin 14 Input 42
Pin 15 Input 51
Pin 16 Input 52
Pin 17 Input 61
Pin 18 Input 62
Pin 26 Output 11
Pin 27 Output 12
Pin 28 Output 21
Pin 29 Output 22
Pin 30 Output 31
Pin 31 Output 32
Pin 32 Output 41
Pin 33 Output 42
Pin 19 Ground
Table 5-2 Interface Terminals and Jacks (4/6)
Terminal Description
When the SV CARD/PM CARD is
mounted on the equipment, those
input/output terminal are used.
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ROI-S03423
1-22
Pins 34 and 35 Not Used
Note: Input[ ] indicates the input of housekeeping alarm. The
figure means that same order of tens makes the same
pair e.g. 11/12 forms a pair. IDU side interface uses
that of photo-coupler, then the photo-coupler actually
turns ON if pair elements contact with each other.
Output[ ] indicates the output of housekeeping alarm.
Figure means the same as in the Input. IDU side output
uses the relay interface.
Pin 36 Input terminal of buzzer signal
Note: In back-to-back station, the buzzer information
transmits to the next station.
Pin 37 Output terminal of buzzer signal
Note: In back-to-back station, the buzzer information
transmits to the next station.
ERR MON
(BNC Connector)
Error pulse output (75 ohms)
LINE IN
(Molex M5557-4R Connector,
4 Pins)
20 V to 60 V DC power intput
Pin 1 0 V*** (or +48 V****)
Pin 2 48 V*** (or 0 V****)
Note: *** 20 to 60 V DC power input.
**** +20 to +60 V DC power input.
FG Frame ground
NMS/RA
(D-sub Connector, 15 Pins)
Network management system (NMS) data input/output (For
CSC) or remote access (RA) data input/output
Note: When the SV CARD/PM CARD is not mounted on the
equipment, this connector is used for RA port.
SV CARD PM CARD RA
Pin 1 Party alarm management system RA TXD
(PAMS) TXD
Pin 2 NMS TXD EMS TXD/TXD+ RA GND
Pin 3 NMS RXD EMS RXD/TXD RA RXD
Pin 4 NMS RTS EMS TXDR RA RTS
Pin 5 NMS CTS EMS TRS/RXD+ RA CTS
Pin 6 NMS DTR EMS CTS/RXD
Pin 7 Ground Ground
Pin 8 NMS DCD
Table 5-2 Interface Terminals and Jacks (5/6)
Terminal Description
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5.2.2 Controls, Indicators and Test Jacks
The controls and indicators and test jacks on the IDU are shown in Fig. 3-1. These functions are
described as below.
IDU indicator
Lights when:
Input data stream of CH ( ) from DTE is lost,
AIS (all 1) signal of CH ( ) is received from DTE,
TX/RX clock synchronization is lost at the DPU section,
AIS signal of CH ( ) is sent (depending on system requirement),
Bipolar output pulse of CH ( ) is lost at the (2M) INTFC section,
Output data stream of MUX ( ) is lost at the (2M) INTFC section,
High bit error rate (High BER) is worse than preset value (110
-3
) at the DPU section,
Pin 9 PAMS RXD PAMS RXD
Pin 10 NMS TXD+ NMS TXD/TXD+
Pin 11 NMS TXD NMS RXD/TXD
Pin 12 NMS TXDR NMS TXDR
Pin 13 NMS RXD+ NMS RTS/RXD+
Pin 14 NMS RXD NMS CTS/RXD
Pin 15 NMS RXCR
LA PORT
(D-sub Connector, 15 pin)
Control/monitoring signal input/output from/to personal
computer
Pin 1 TXD
Pin 3 RXD
Pin 4 RTS
Pin 5 CTS
Pin 11 LOCAL CTS
Pin 12 LOCAL RTS
Pin 13 LOCAL RXD
Pin 15 LOCAL TXD
Pins 2, 8 and 14 Ground
Table 5-2 Interface Terminals and Jacks (6/6)
Terminal Description
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BER is worse than preset value at the DPU section (110
-3
, 110
-4
, 110
-5
or 110
-6
,
selectable),
Frame synchronization is lost at the DPU section,
VCO synchronization is lost at the MOD section,
Output data stream or master clock signal is lost at the DPU(TX) section,
ODU indicator
Lights when:
Transmit RF power decreases 3 to 6 dB from normal at the ODU,
Receiver input level decreases by a preset value from squelch level at the ODU,
APC loop of local oscillator unlocks at the ODU or,
IF signal from the IDU is lost at the ODU,
MAINT indicator
Lights when the following conditions are controlled by the PC:
Maintenance condition,
Loopback condition,
BER AIS condition,
MOD CW condition,
MUTE (TX output power) condition,
PWR indicator:
Lights when equipment is in normal operation.
RESET switch:
RESET switch initiates the CPU operation.
CALL switch:
Transmits calling signal on engineering orderwire (EOW). Then, buzzer in opposite station rings.
EOW jack:
Gives access to EOW signal immediately when headset is connected.
PWR switch:
Turns input DC power on or off.
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6. PRESETTING SWITCHES
6.1 75 ohm-120 ohm Impedance Switch
For the G2680A, D, E, H, M, N and P types IDU, 75 -120 switchover of 2MB interface is
performed on the front board as shown in Fig. 6-1.
Note: These switches are set by factory setting according to customer requirement.
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Fig. 6-1 75 ohm-120 ohm Impedance Setting
Switching Function Set Position Remark
Selection for 75 ohm-
120 ohm impedance
setting
When the 75 ohm impedance is used,
all switches are set to as follows:
The SW4 applies
only to G2680H
(2 MB 8
system) IDU or
G2680A (2 MB
2/4/8 system)
IDU.
When the 120 ohm impedance is used,
all switches are set to as follows:
The SW3 and SW4 are set by screwdriver etc.
without removing the cover.
SW3 SW4
FRONT BOARD
FRONT
TOP VIEW
75
120
SW3
75
120
SW4
75
120
SW3
75
120
SW4
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7. INITIAL LINEUP
This paragraph provides instructions for initial lineup of the [ ] GHz [ ] MB digital radio system.
Included is information on start-up, shut-down, condition setting, antenna orientation and lineup test for
the equipment.
7.1 Start-up and Shut-down
7.1.1 Start-up
(a) Test Equipment and Accessories Required
HP 3466A Digital Multimeter (or equivalent) with Test Leads
Screwdriver
(b) Procedure
Step Procedure
1 Check that the LINE IN voltage is between 20 V to 60 V with the digital multimeter,
before connecting the power connector to the IDU,
2 Turn on the POWER switch on the IDU (refer to Fig. 7-1),
3 Allow equipment to warm up for at least 30 minutes,
Fig. 7-1 Equipment Start-up
7.1.2 Shut-down
Step Procedure
1 Turn off the POWER switch on the front of the IDU.
(FRONT VIEW)
IDU
POWER SWITCH
CALL
RESET
MAINT
ON
OFF
IDU ODU
LINE IN
+
EOW
PWR
PASOLINK
ERR MON
LA PORT
FUSE (7.5A)
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7.2 Condtion Setting for ODU and IDU
The specification of the required personal computer is listed below.
Baud rate : 9600
Data Length : 8
Parity Check : none
Stop bit : 2
Flow control: Hardware
Emulation : VT100 Video Terminal
Transmission:
MS Terminal*: Add CR/LE at end of line : Yes;
Local echo : No
MS Hyper Terminal**: Add CR at end of line : Yes;
Local echo : No
Receiving: CR : No
Return on the right edge : Yes
Force incoming data to 7-bit ASCII : No
Note: MS: Microsoft
*For Windows 3.1
**For Windows 95/98
The pin assignment is shown in Fig. 7-2. The cable length of RS-232C between the personal computer
and IDU shall be less than 15 m.
Interface Terminal (9 pin - 15 pin)
Fig. 7-2 RS-232C Cable Pin Assignment
IDU SIDE
LA PORT OR NMS/RA CONNECTOR
SIGNAL
NAME
PIN
No.
2
5
4
3
1
GND
CTS
RTS
RXD
TXD
PERSONAL COMPUTER SIDE
SIGNAL
NAME
PIN
No.
5
4
6
7
8
3
2
GND
DTR
DSR
RTS
CTS
TXD
RXD
D-SUB CONNECTOR (9 PIN) D-SUB CONNECTOR (15 PIN)
(BLACK)
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Step Procedure
Caution: If login is not possible, check if settings of the communication format are
proper.
Note: The keys, 0 to 9 are used for selection of the menu or entering values.
RETURN key is used for confirmation of entering values. ESC key is used for
cancellation of entering values and display the high rank menu.
1 Connect the Personal Computer (PC) to the LA PORT or NMS/RA of the IDU using an RS-
232C cable as shown in Fig. 7-3,
Fig. 7-3 Condition Setting Setup
2 Turn on the power switch on the PC. Then, operate the communication software (ex. MS
Hyper Terminal),
3 Press the CTRL and D keys at the same time. The following display will be appear,
Note: When the PC is connected to the NMS/RA terminal to control the opposite station,
enter password for the station.
4 Press the RETURN key,
Password : t
IDU
1+0 SYSTEM
RS-232C CABLE (BLACK)
PERSONAL COMPUTER
CALL
RESET
MAINT
ON
OFF
IDU ODU
LINE IN
+
EOW
PWR
PASOLINK
ERR MON
FUSE (7.5A)
Note: When the controlling or setting of own station are performed, connect the cable
to the LA PORT. When the controlling or setting of opposite station are
performed, connect the cable to the NMS/RA. But, if the following cases are
applied, the NMS/RA can not be used.
The SV CARD/PM CARD is mounted on the IDU.
H BER alarm is issued.
LA PORT NMS/RA
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Step Procedure
5 Press the 0 key and RETURN key. If the password is required, press the 1 key and
RETURN key. Then, perform steps 6 and 7,
6 Enter the password from the keyboard and press the RETURN key,
Note: For input password, 0 to 9, A to Z and a to z are available (31 figures
maximum).
7 Enter the password from the keyboard and press the RETURN key,
8 The following menu will be displayed,
Password :
********
Change PASSWORD? (No:0/Yes:1) :t
Password :
*********
Change PASSWORD? (No:0/Yes:1) : 1
New Password :t
Password :
*********
Change PASSWORD? (No:0/Yes:1) : 1
New Password :
**********
New Password (Re-enter) :t
1. Setting
2. Maintenance
3. Monitoring
4. Exit
Select Function No. :t
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Step Procedure
ODU Setting
Note: Mute the transmit power before you set TX/RX frequency.
9 Press the 2 key and RETURN key. The following display will be displayed,
10 Press the 6 key and RETURN key. The following display will be displayed,
11 Press the 1 key and RETURN key. Then, transmit power should be muted,
12 Press the 7 key and RETURN keyto go back to the main menu and following display
will be on the screen,
Maintenance
1. MAINT (Normal)
2. FE loop back cont 1-16 (cont:---------------)
(ans:----------------)
3. NE loop back cont 1-16 (cont:---------------)
(ans:----------------)
4. BER AIS on/off (on)
5. MOD CW on/off (off)
6. Power mute (off)
7. Menu
8. Exit
Select Item No. :t
6. Power mute (off)
power mute (off:0/on:1) :t
1. Setting
2. Maintenance
3. Monitoring
4. Exit
Select Function No. :t
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Step Procedure
13 Press the 1 key and RETURN key. The following display will be displayed,
Note: In item 6, * and represent the status ON and OFF, respectively.
14 When the SV CARD is mounted on the IDU, perform the steps 15 to 18. Otherwise, proceed
to step 19.
Note: The PM CARD is factory setting (default setting).
15 Press the CTRL key and A key at the same time. The following display will be appear,
Note: PMC : PM CARD
SV : SV CARD
16 When the SV CARD is mounted on the IDU, press the 1 and RETURN key. The
following menu will be displayed.
Note: When the both PM CARD and SV CARD are not mounted on the IDU, press the 0.
Setting
1. Bit Rate (42MB/fixed rate)
2. AIS RCVD on/off (off)
3. AIS SEND on/off (off)
4. TX/RX frequency (0ch)
5. TX power attenuator (0dB)
6. Inhibit of not used channel alarm 1-16
(on:----------------)
7. BER alarm point (AIS injection point) (10-3)
8. Frame ID (0)
9. Inhibit of not used WS alarm (off)
10. DSC 1 (232)
11. DSC 2 (232)
12. DEM invert (off)
13. Alarm table
14. Menu
15. Exit
Select Item No. :t
Admini menu
1. PMC/SV (PMC)
2. Exit
Select Item No. :t
1. PMC/SV (PMC)
PMC/SV (PMC:0 / SV:1) :t
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Step Procedure
17 Press the 0 or 1 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed.
18 Press the ESC key. The following menu will be displayed.
19 Press the 4 key and RETURN key. The following display will appear on the screen for
selecting the number of the channel for transmitter receiver.
The value depends on the transmit/receive frequencies. (Press the frequency setting channel
number of the desired frequency. Refer to Appedix) It is recommended not to change this
value unless the person has fully knowledge of the configuration of the pasolink,
Admini menu
1. PMC/SV (SV)
2. Exit
Select Item No. :t
Setting
1. Bit Rate (42MB/fixed rate)
2. AIS RCVD on/off (off)
3. AIS SEND on/off (off)
4. TX/RX frequency (0ch)
5. TX power attenuator (0dB)
6. Inhibit of not used channel alarm 1-16
(on:----------------)
7. BER alarm point (AIS injection point) (10-3)
8. Frame ID (0)
9. Inhibit of not used WS alarm (on)
10. DSC 1 (232)
11. DSC 2 (232)
12. DEM invert (off)
13. Alarm table
14. Menu
15. Exit
Select Item No. :t
4. TX/RX frequency (0ch)
TX/RX frequency (0ch 255ch) :t
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Step Procedure
20 Press the 5 key and RETURN key. The following display will appear on the screen for
changing the TX power attenuator,
Note: When the SV CARD is mounted on the IDU, the following menu will be displayed.
21 Press the desired value from the keyboard and RETURN key,
22 Press the 1,4 key and RETURN key to go back to the main menu and following
display will be on the screen,
23 Press the 2 key and RETURN key. The following display will be displayed,
5. TX power attenuator (0dB)
TX power attenuator (0dB 30dB) :t
5. TX power attenuator (0dB)
TX power attenuator (0dB 10dB) :t
1. Setting
2. Maintenance
3. Monitoring
4. Exit
Select Function No. :t
Maintenance
1. MAINT (Normal)
2. FE loop back cont 1-16 (cont:---------------)
(ans:----------------)
3. NE loop back cont 1-16 (cont:---------------)
(ans:----------------)
4. BER AIS on/off (on)
5. MOD CW on/off (off)
6. Power mute (off)
7. Menu
8. Exit
Select Item No. :t
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Step Procedure
24 Press the 6 key and RETURN key. The following display will be displayed,
25 Press the 0 key and RETURN key.
26 Press the 7 key and RETURN keyto go back to the main menu and following display
will be on the screen,
IDU Setting
27 Press the 1 key and RETURN key. The following display will be displayed,
Note: In item 6, * and represent the status ON and OFF, respectively.
Note: If you press the 1 key in this scsreen, key input is invalid. Since you can change bit
rate in the fixed rete type equipment.
6. Power mute (off)
power mute (off:0/on:1) :t
1. Setting
2. Maintenance
3. Monitoring
4. Exit
Select Function No. :t
Setting
1. Bit Rate (42MB/fixed rate)
2. AIS RCVD on/off (off)
3. AIS SEND on/off (off)
4. TX/RX frequency (0ch)
5. TX power attenuator (0dB)
6. Inhibit of not used channel alarm 1-16
(on:---------------)
7. BER alarm point (AIS injection point) (10-3)
8. Frame ID (0)
9. Inhibit of not used WS alarm (off)
10. DSC 1 (232)
11. DSC 2 (232)
12. DEM invert (off)
13. Alarm table
14. Menu
15. Exit
Select Item No. :t
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Step Procedure
28 Confirm that the bit rate is required.
The set bit rate is displayed in the parenthesis ( ) on setting number 1 Bit Rate,
Note: When the bit rate is not desired, perform set the bit rate according to step 29 to step
30.
29 Press the 1 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
Caution: In the fixed bit rate type, do not change this item. If you change this item,
service is impossible.
30 Press the 0, 1, 2 or 3 key and RETURN key,
Caution: Set the same bit rate to the opposite station to enable service.
31 Press the 2 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
32 Press either 0 or 1 and RETURN key,
33 Press the 3 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
34 Press either 0 or 1 and RETURN key,
35 Press the 6 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
1. Bit Rate (transmission capacity) (22MB)
Bit Rate (22:0/42:1/82:2/162:3):t
2. AIS RCVD on/off (off)
AIS RCVD on/off (off:0/on:1):t
3. AIS SEND on/off (off)
AIS SEND on/off (off:0/on:1):t
6. Inhibit of not used channel alarm 1-16
(1:off 2:off 3:off 4:off 5:off 6:off 7:off
8:off 9:off 10:off 11:off 12:off 13:off 14:off
15:off 16:off)
Select Channel No. :1t
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Step Procedure
36 Press the channel No. key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
37 Press either 0 or 1 and RETURN key,
38 Press the 7 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
39 Press the any of 0, 1, 2 or 3 key and RETURN key,
40 Press 8 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
41 Press the desired frame ID number and RETURN key,
Note: The frame ID number must be set to the same number as that on the MAIN BOARD at
the opposite station as follows:
2 MB 2/2 MB 4/8 MB 1/34 MB 1 : 0
2 MB 8 : 1
2 MB 16 : 2
42 Press the 9 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
Note: When the 2 MB 16 system is required, WS alarm INH is set to off.
6. Inhibit of not used channel alarm 1-16
(1:off 2:off 3:off 4:off 5:off 6:off 7:off
8:off 9:off 10:off 11:off 12:off 13:off 14:off
15:off 16:off)
Select Channel No. :1
channel 1 (off:0/on:1) :t
7. BER alarm point (AIS injection point) (10-3)
BER alarm point (10-3:0/10-4:1/10-5:2/10-6:3) :t
8. Frame ID (0)
Input ID NO. (0-7) :t
9. Inhibit of not used WS alarm (off)
WS alarm INH (off:0/on:1) :t
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Step Procedure
43 Press either 0 or 1 and RETURN key,
44 Press the 1,0 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
45 Press either 0 or 1 key and RETURN key,
46 Press the 1, 1 keys and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
47 Press the any of 0, 1, 2 or 3 key and RETURN key,
Note: 232 RS-232
422 RS-422
485 RS-485
48 Press the 1, 2 keys and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
49 Press the 0 key and RETURN key.
10. DSC 1(232)
DSC 1 (232:0/64k:1) :t
11. DSC 2 (232)
DSC 2 (232:0/422:1/485(TERM):2/485(NON TERM):3):t
12. DEM invert (off)
DEM Invert (off:0/on:1) :t
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Step Procedure
50 Press the 1, 3 keys and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
Note: The following display is for initial values. If the change of item is required, perform
steps 51 to 55. Otherwise, proceed to step 56.
13. Alarm table 1/2
1. INPUT LOSS
2. AIS RCVD
3. AIS SEND
4. OUTPUT LOSS
5. WS INPUT LOSS
6. WS AIS RCVD
7. WS AIS SEND
8. WS OUTPUT LOSS
9. 34M TX CLK LOSS
10. 34M RX CLK LOSS
11. TX DPU CLK LOSS
12. RX DPU CLK LOSS
Form C1
OUT

OUT

OUT

OUT

Form C2

OUT

OUT

OUT

OUT
Form C3

Form C4

Press any key to continue


GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ROI-S03423
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Step Procedure
Notes: 1. Alarms signals C1 to C4 will appear on the ALM/AUX ALM terminals.
C1: 1,2 and 3 pins
C2: 4,5 and 6 pins
C3: 7,8 and 9 pins
C4: 10,11 and 12 pins
2. Indications OUT and menu that the alarm is outputted or not
outputted, repectively.
3. Indication MASK menus that if this MASK is pressed, the alarm usually issued
when the equipment had been set to maintenance mode can be disabled.
51 Press the 1 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
13. Alarm table 2/2
13. MUX ALM
14. TX DPU ALM
15. FSYSNC ALM
16. HIGH BER ALM
17. LOW BER ALM
18. BER ALM
19. MOD ALM
20. DEM ALM
21. OPR ALM
22. MISS MATCH
23. TX PWR ALM
24. RX LEV ALM
25. APC1 ALM
26. APC2 ALM
27. IF INPUT ALM
28. MAINT
Form C1
OUT
OUT

OUT

OUT
OUT
OUT

OUT
OUT
OUT
MASK
Form C2

OUT

OUT

OUT
OUT
OUT

OUT
OUT
OUT

MASK
Form C3

OUT

OUT

MASK
Form C4

OUT
Select Item No. (1-28) :t
Select Item No. :1
1. INPUT LOSS
Form C1

Form C2

Form C3

Form C4

Select Form No. (1-4) :t


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Step Procedure
52 Press the 1 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
53 Press the 1 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
54 Press the desired Form number or 0 key and RETURN key.
55 Press the 2 key and RETURN key. Repeat steps 51 to 55 for items of 2 to 28 in step 50.
56 Press the 1,4 keys to go back to the main menu and the following display will be
displayed,
57 Press the 4 keys to exit the control of Pasolink.
Select Form No. :1
1. INPUT LOSS
Form C1

Form C2

Form C3

Form C4

Form C1 (output-No:0/Yes:1) :t
Form C1 (output-No:0/Yes:1) :1
1. INPUT LOSS
Form C1
OUT
Form C2

Form C3

Form C4

other Form Select? (No:0/Form No.:1-4) :t


other Form Select? (No:0/Form No.:1-4) :0
other Item Select? (No:0/Item No.:1-28) :t
1. Setting
2. Maintenance
3. Monitoring
4. Exit
Select Function No. :t
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7.3 Antenna Orientation
(a) Test Equipment and Accessories Required
NEC X0818A OW/RX LEV Monitor
Screwdriver
(b) Procedure
Step Procedure
1 At each station, remove the cap from the RX LEV MON jack (see Fig. 7-4),
2 At each station, set up as in Fig. 7-4 (Connect cables to RX LEV MON jack in that order
using F-type plug),
3 At each station, adjust azimuth and elevation angle for the antenna direction alternately so
that the voltage measuring value becomes maximum,
4 At each station, disconnect OW/RX LEV Monitor from the RX LEV MON jacks,
5 At each station, reconnect the cap removed in step 1.
Fig. 7-4 Antenna Orientation Test Setup
IF FG RX LEV
MON
DIGITAL MULTIMETER OR OW/RX LEV MONITOR
RX LEV MON
1
2 3
4
5 0
V
OW
RX LEV/OW IN
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7.4 Lineup Test
Procedures for lineup test between two station are described in this section.
7.4.1 2 MB ( )/8MB 1/34 MB 1 System
(a) Test Equipment and Accessories Required
HP 3466A Digital Multimeter (or equivalent) with test leads or X0818A OW/RX LEV
Monitor
HP 37721A BER Test Set (or equivalent)
Headset
Personal Computer
(b) Procedure
Step Procedure
1 Set up as in Fig. 7-5,
2 At station A, an output signal from BER test set (SENDING UNIT) is as follows:
Bit rate: 2.048 Mbps for 2 MB 2/4/8/16 system
8.448 Mbps for 8 MB 1 system
34.368 Mbps for 34 MB 1 system
Code format: HDB-3 code
Level: 2.37 Vo-p for 2 MB 2/4/8/16 system and 8 MB 1 system
1.0 Vo-p for 34 MB 1 system
Impedance: 75 , unbalanced or 120 , balanced*
Note: *The 120 interface does not apply to the 8 MB 1 and 34 MB 1 system.
3 At station B, an input signal mode to BER test set (RECEIVING UNIT) is as follows:
Bit rate: 2.048 Mbps for 2 MB 2/4/8/16 system
8.448 Mbps for 8 MB 1 system
34.368 Mbps for 34 MB 1 system
Code format: HDB-3 code
Impedance: 75 , unbalanced or 120 , balanced*
Note: *The 120 interface does not apply to the 8 MB 1 and 34 MB 1 system.
Meter Reading of ODU
4 Remove the cap from the RX LEV MON jack (see Fig. 7-8),
5 Connect the digital multimeter or OW/RX LEV Monitor to RX LEV MON jack. Confirm
that the meter indication is as described in Table 7-1,
6 Disconnect the digital multimeter or OW/RX LEV Monitor and reconnect the cap removed
in step 4,
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Meter Reading of IDU
7 Connect digital multimeter to LINE IN() and LINE IN(+) terminals above the power cable
input. Confirm that the meter indication is as described in Table 7-1.
8 Connect the personal computer to the LA PORT of the IDU using an RS-232C cable as
shown in Fig. 7-3,
Fig. 7-5 Typical Lineup Test Setup for 2 MB 4 System (75 Interface)
Table 7-1 Meter Reading of IDU and ODU
CHECK ITEM ALLOWABLE RANGE
LINE V 20.0 to 60.0 V DC
RX level Depends on received signal level (0.2 to 4.5 V DC)
STATION A STATION B
IF IN/OUT
FG
TRAFFIC IN/OUT 120 ALM/AUX ALM OW/DSC/ASC
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
TRAFFIC IN
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
TRAFFIC OUT
RECEIVING
BER TEST SET
UNIT
IF IN/OUT
FG
TRAFFIC IN/OUT 120 ALM/AUX ALM OW/DSC/ASC
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
TRAFFIC IN
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
TRAFFIC OUT
SENDING
BER TEST SET
UNIT
IDU
IDU
OUT IN
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Step Procedure
9 Turn on the power switch on the PC. Then, operate the communication software (ex. MS
Hyper Terminal),
10 Press the CTRL and D keys at the same time. The following menu will then be
displayed,
11 Press the RETURN key,
12 Press the 0 key and RETURN key.
13 The following menu will be displayed,
14 Press the 3 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
15 Press the 1 key and RETURN key. The following results will be displayed,
Password :t
Password :
********
Change PASSWORD? (No:0/Yes:1) :t
1. Setting
2. Maintenance
3. Monitoring
4. Exit
Select Function No. :t
Monitoring
1. Data (Monitoring voltage)
2. Alarm/Status
3. Inventory data
4. Menu
5. Exit
Select Item No. :t
1. Data (Monitoring voltage)
ODU primary power supply voltage :
*.**
V
Transmitter power :
*.**
V
Receiving level :
*.**
V
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Step Procedure
16 When the Pasolink is in normal working condition, results shall be within the values shown
in Table 7-2,
17 Press the 4 to exit,
Orderwire Test
18 Connect OW/RX LEV MONITOR to the RX LEV MON jack on the ODU,
19 Connect headset(s) to the EOW jack on the front panel of the IDU and/or to EOW jack on the
OW/RX LEV Monitor (see Figs. 7-4 and 7-6),
20 Press the CALL button switch on the front panel of the IDU,
Requirement: At opposite station, the buzzer on the IDU is activated,
21 Check that orderwire telephone between stations can be connected by using headsets,
22 Set OW switch on the OW/RX LEV Monitor to ON (OW indicator on the OW/RX LEV
Monitor is turned on),
23 Check that orderwire telephone between IDU and ODU can be connected by using headsets,
24 Set OW switch on the OW/RX LEV Monitor to OFF (OW indicator on the OW/RX LEV
Monitor is turned off),
Note: The battery becomes weak during the OW switch keeps setting to ON.
25 Disconnect headset(s) from EOW jack on the front panel of the IDU, and/or from EOW jack
on the OW/RX LEV Monitor,
26 Disconnect the OW/RX LEV Monitor from the RX LEV MON jack on the ODU.
Table 7-2 Meter Reading from IDU
Check Item Allowable Range
ODU primary power supply
voltage
Depends on cable length between ODU and IDU (3.5 to 4.5 V DC)
Transmitter power Depends on transmitter power (0 to 4.6 V DC)
Receiving level Depends on received signal level (0.2 to 4.5 V DC)
ROI-S03423 GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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Fig. 7-6 OW Test Setup for IDU
(FRONT VIEW)
IDU
CALL
RESET
MAINT
ON
OFF
IDU ODU
LINE IN
+
EOW
PWR
PASOLINK
ERR MON
FUSE (7.5A)
LA PORT NMS/RA
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ROI-S03423
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8. MAINTENANCE
This section provides instructions for periodic maintenance and corrective maintenance of the IDU.
Included is information on precautions, test equipment and accessories, periodic maintenance and
corrective maintenance.
8.1 Precautions
The following precautions must be carefully observed during maintenance.
Danger: The 43 V DC power is superimposed on the center conductor of the coaxial cable
between the IDU and ODU. Connecting a measurement set may damage that set
and touching the coaxial cable core may cause electrical shock. So, turn off power
switch on the IDU before connecting or disconnecting the coaxial cable between
the IDU and ODU.
Caution: To protect the internal circuits against electrostatic discharge, engineers are
requested to wear the wrist band and connect it to the frame ground for
Electrostatic Protection (ESP) before detaching the top cover (see Fig. 8-1).
Fig. 8-1 Location of ESP Button
(a) Before beginning maintenance, notify the opposite station that maintenance is about to begin.
(b) After equipment start-up, allow the equipment to warm up for at least 30 minutes.
(c) After completing the maintenance operation, restore all connections to normal.
(d) During maintenance, the IDU is set to maintenance condition using a PC as follows:
Caution: If Login is not posisible, check if settings of the communication format are proper.
Step Procedure
Maintenance Condition Setting
Note: The keys, 0 to 9 are used for selection of the menu or entering values.
RETURN key is used for confirmation of entering values. ESC key is used for
cancellation of entering values and display the high rank menu.
1 Connect the PC to the LA PORT of the IDU using an RS-232C cable as shown in Fig. 8-2,
IF IN/OUT
FG
CONNECT THE WRIST STRAP
IDU (FG TO BE USED AS ESP)
ROI-S03423 GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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Step Procedure
2 Turn on the power switch on the PC. Then, operate the communication software (ex. MS
Hyper Terminal),
3 Press the CTRL and D keys at the same time,
4 Enter the specified password from the keyboard, and press the RETURN key,
5 Press the 0 key and RETURN key.
6 The following menu will be displayed,
7 Press the 2 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
Password :t
Password :
********
Change PASSWORD? (No:0/Yes:1) :t
1. Setting
2. Maintenance
3. Monitoring
4. Exit
Select Function No. :t
Maintenance
1. MAINT (Normal)
2. FE loop back cont 1-16 (cont:---------------)
(ans:----------------)
3. NE loop back cont 1-16 (cont:---------------)
(ans:----------------)
4. BER AIS on/off (on)
5. MOD CW on/off (off)
6. Power mute (off)
7. Menu
8. Exit
Select Item No. :t
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Step Procedure
8 Press the 1 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed.
9 Press the 1 key and RETURN key. Then, MAINT indicator on the IDU should light,
Restoring to Normal Condition
10 Repeat step 8.
11 Press the 0 key and RETURN key. Then, MAINT indicator should go out. The
following menu will be displayed,
12 Press the 8 key and RETURN key.
8.2 Test Equipment and Accessories
The test equipment and special accessories described in Table 8-1 are required for system maintenance.
If recommended test equipment and accessories are not available, equivalents may be used.
1. MAINT
MAINT (Normal:0/MAINT:1) :t
Maintenance
1. MAINT (Normal)
2. FE loop back cont 1-16 (cont:----------------)
(ans:-----------------)
3. NE loop back cont 1-16 (cont:----------------)
(ans:-----------------)
4. BER AIS on/off (on)
5. MOD CW on/off (off)
6. Power mute (off)
7. Menu
8. Exit
Select Item No. :t
Table 8-1 Test Eqipment and Accessories Required
Test Equipment/Accessory Type/Ordering Code
Qty
Reqd
Digital Multimeter with Test Lest Leads or
OW/RX LEV Monitor
HP 3466A or
NEC X0181A
1
Headset 1
Personal Computer (PC) 1
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8.3 Periodic Maintenance
To ensure continious satisfactory operation of the equipment, perform the following maintenance
procedure once a year.
(a) Test Equipment and Accessories Required
HP 3466A Digital Multimeter with Test Leads or X0818A OW/RX LEV Monitor (optional)
PC or Terminal for operation and maintenance access
(b) Procedure
There are two methods for periodic maintenance operation on IDU and ODU.
Step Procedure
Method from IDU
1 Connect the personal computer to the LA PORT or NMS/RA of the IDU using an RS-232C
cable as shown in Fig. 8-2,
Fig. 8-2 Meter Reading Setup
IDU
1+0 SYSTEM
RS-232C CABLE (BLACK)
PERSONAL COMPUTER
CALL
RESET
MAINT
ON
OFF
IDU ODU
LINE IN
+
EOW
PWR
20 to 72 VDC
PASOLINK
ERR MON
FUSE (7.5A)
LA PORT NMS/RA
Note: When the controlling or setting of own station are performed, connect the cable
to the LA PORT. When the controlling or setting of opposite station are
performed, connect the cable to the NMS/RA port. But, if the following cases
are applied, the NMS/RA terminal can not be used.
The SV CARD/PM CARD is mounted on the IDU.
H BER alarm is issued.
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ROI-S03423
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Step Procedure
Note: The keys, 0 to 9 are used for selection of the menu or entering values.
RETURN key is used for confirmation of entering values. ESC key is used for
cancellation of entering values and display the high rank menu.
2 Turn on the power switch on the PC. Then, operate the communication software (ex. MS
Hyper Terminal),
3 Press the CTRL and D keys at the same time. The following menu will then be
displayed,
4 Enter the specified password from the keyboard and press the RETURN key,
Note: When the PC is connected to the NMS/RA terminal to control the opposite station,
enter password for the station.
5 Press the 0 key and RETURN key.
6 The following menu will be displayed,
7 Press the 3 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
Password :t
Password :
********
Change PASSWORD? (No:0/Yes:1) :t
1. Setting
2. Maintenance
3. Monitoring
4. Exit
Select Function No. :t
Monitoring
1. Data (Monitoring voltage)
2. Alarm/Status
3. Inventory
4. Menu
5. Exit
Select Item No. :t
ROI-S03423 GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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Step Procedure
8 Press the 1 key and RETURN key. The following results will be displayed,
9 When the Pasolink is in normal working conditions, results shall be within the value shown
in the Table 8-2,
10 Press the 5 to exit,
Method from ODU
11 Remove the scap from the RX LEV MON jack (see Fig. 8-3),
12 Connect the digital multimeter or X0818A OW/RX LEV Monitor to the RX LEV MON
GND jack. Confirm that the meter indication is as described in Table 8-3,
13 Disconnect the digital multimeter or X0818A OW/RX LEV Monitor from the RX LEV
MON jack,
14 Reconnect the cap removed in step 11.
1. Data (Monitoring voltage)
ODU primary power supply voltage :
*.**
V
Transmitter power :
*.**
V
Receiving level :
*.**
V
Table 8-2 Meter Reading from IDU
Check Item Allowable Range
ODU primary power supply
voltage
Depends on cable length between ODU and IDU (3.5 to 4.5 V DC)
Transmitter power Depends on transmitter power (0 to 4.6 V DC)
Receiving level Depends on received signal level (0.2 to 4.5 V DC)
Table 8-3 Meter Reading from ODU
Check Item Allowable Range
RX level Depends on received signal level (0.2 to 4.5 V DC)
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ROI-S03423
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Fig. 8-3 Meter Reading
8.4 Corrective Maintenance
In this paragraph, corrective maintenance in the field is described. Corrective maintenance in the field
covers fault isolation, replacement and alignment. The fault isolation procedures describes isolating
equipment-level faults without checking equipment. Therefore, if a ODU is faulty, it should be
replaced with a spare and aligned.
During corrective maintenance, carefully observe the precautions given in paragraph 8.1 until
alignment is completed.
8.4.1 Fault Isolation
Alarm conditions are identified through:
Red alarm LED indication on the IDU or
Notification from external equipment
During alarm conditions, red alarm LEDs on the IDU are lit except when there is a power supply
failure. Faults can be isolated using the LED indications. Table 8-4 provides information for isolating
faults at a station.
Table 8-4 Fault Isolation by LED Indication on IDU
LED Indication Fault Location
IDU IDU
ODU ODU
IFL FG RX LEV
MON
DIGITAL MULTIMETER OR OW/RX LEV MONITOR
RX LEV MON
1
2 3
4
5 0
V
OW
RX LEV/OW IN
ROI-S03423 GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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8.4.2 Alarm and Status Monitoring of IDU and ODU
The working conditions of the IDU and ODU can be monitored by the PC as follows:
Step Procedure
1 Connect the personal computer (PC) to the LA PORT or NMS/RA of the IDU using an RS-
232C cable as shown in Fig. 8-2,
2 Turn on the power switch on the PC. Then, operate the communication software (ex. MS
Hyper Terminal),
3 Press the CTRL and D keys at the same time,
4 Enter the specified password from the keyboard and press the RETURN key,
Note: When the PC is connected to the NMS/RA terminal to control the opposite station,
enter password for the station.
5 Press the 0 key and RETURN key.
6 The following menu will be displayed,
7 Press the 3 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
Password :t
Password :
********
Change PASSWORD? (No:0/Yes:1) :t
1. Setting
2. Maintenance
3. Monitoring
4. Exit
Select Function No. :t
Monitoring
1. Data (Monitoring voltage)
2. Alarm/Status
3. Inventory
4. Menu
5. Exit
Select Item No. :t
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ROI-S03423
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Step Procedure
8 Press the 2 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
2. Monitoring of alarm/status 1/3
IDU
INPUT LOSS 1-16 (alarm:
****
-----------)
AIS RCVD 1-16 (alarm:---------------)
AIS SEND 1-16 (alarm:
****
-----------)
OUTPUT LOSS 1-16 (alarm:---------------)
WS INPUT LOSS (alarm:-)
WS AIS RCVD (alarm:-)
WS AIS SEND (alarm:-)
WS OUTPUT LOSS (alarm:-)
34M TX CLK LOSS (alarm:-)
34M RX CLK LOSS (alarm:-)
TX CLK LOSS 1-4 (alarm:----)
RX CLK LOSS 1-4 (alarm:----)
Press any key to continue
2. Monitoring of alarm/status 2/3
MUX ALM 1-4 (alarm:----)
TX DPU ALM (alarm:-)
FSYNC ALM (alarm:
*
)
HIGH BER ALM (alarm:
*
)
LOW BER ALM (alarm:
*
)
BER ALM (alarm:
*
)
MOD ALM (alarm:-)
DEM ALM (alarm:
*
)
OPR ALM (alarm:
*
)
SV ALM (alarm:
*
)
Mount miss match ALM (alarm:-)
Setting ALM (alarm:-)
Press any key to continue
ROI-S03423 GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
1-57
Step Procedure
Notes: 1. indication indicates alarm condition.
2. indication indicates normal condition.
3.0 ch indication shows setting channel number.
9 Press the 5 key to exit the monitor system of Pasolink.
2. Monitoring of alarm/status 3/3
ODU
TX PWR ALM (alarm:-)
RX LEV ALM (alarm:-)
APC1 ALM (alarm:-)
APC2 ALM (alarm:-)
IF INPUT ALM (alarm:-)

MAINT (Normal)
MUTE (off)
TX FREQ CH (0ch)
RX FREQ CH (0ch)
Monitoring
1. Data (Monitoring voltage)
2. Alarm/Status
3. Inventory
4. Menu
5. Exit
Select Item No. :t
GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ROI-S03423
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8.4.3 Replacement
(A) ODU
Before replacing the ODU with a spare, the spare must be set to meet the required functions.
Provided here are procedures for replacing the ODU with spares after fault isolation and/or presetting.
(a) Test Equipment and Accessories Required
Screwdriver
(b) Procedure
Step Procedure
Removing
1 Turn off the POWER switch on the front panel of the IDU (see Fig. 8-4),
2 Loosen tightening rings of the IF IN/OUT (N) on the ODU by turning them counter-
clockwise,
3 For waveguide connector type of ODU, to remove the waveguide from the RF IN/OUT,
remove the four waveguide fixing screws using a screwdriver,
Note: Be careful not to damage the O-ring between the waveguide and ODU,
4 Loosen four screws (M6) on the ODU (see Fig. 8-5),
5 Remove the ODU from mounting bracket,
6 Replace ODU with a spare, taking care when handling the waveguide contact surface,
Fig. 8-4 Location of Power Switch
(FRONT VIEW)
IDU
POWER SWITCH
CALL
RESET
MAINT
ON
OFF
IDU ODU
LINE IN
+
EOW
PWR
20 to 72 VDC
PASOLINK
ERR MON
FUSE (7.5A)
LA PORT NMS/RA
ROI-S03423 GENERAL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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Fig. 8-5 Location of Screw
Remounting
7 When H polarization is required, rotate the ODU so as to go up the plate marked with H (see
Fig. 8-6),
8 When V polarization is required, rotate the ODU so as to go up the plate marked with V (see
Fig. 8-6),
9 Put new ODU on the mounting bracket and align the bolts of the ODU with the bolt holes of
the mounting bracket,
10 Tighten the eight screws (M6) on the ODU using a suitable screwdriver,
11 Connect coaxial cable between the IF IN/OUT jacks on the IDU and ODU,
Note: After cable connection, the connector part shall be wrapped by self-bonding tape for
waterproof.
12 For wavegiuide connect type of ODU, connect waveguide to RF IN/OUT with four screws
using a suitable screwdriver,
13 Confirm that the ODU is firmly installed on the mounting bracket,
14 Turn on the POWER switch on the front of the IDU.
Note: Allow equipment to warm up for at least 30 minutes.
IFLFG RX LEV
MON
V POLARIZATION
I
F
L
F
G
R
X

L
E
V
M
O
N
SCREW
H POLARIZATION
SCREW
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Fig. 8-6 V/H Polarization Conversion
(B) IDU
The Manufacturer does not recommend replacement of modules within IDU. If a fault is identified with
the IDU, the complete unit should be replaced with a spare. The faulty unit is to be returned to the
factory for repair.
When replacing with a new unit, the start up procedure should be followed. Refer to para. 7.1.1.
8.4.4 Alignment
After replacing the ODU or IDU with spares, the ODU or IDU must be aligned as follows.
Caution: After replacing any unit and/or module with a spare, allow equipment to warm up
for at least 30 minutes before alignment.
(a) Test Equipment and Accessories Required
HP 3466A Digital Multimeter (or equivalent) With Test Leads
Personal Computer
(b) Procedure
IF FG RX LEV
MON
PLATE MARKED WITH V
UP
V POLARIZATION
I
F
F
G
R
X

L
E
V
M
O
N
PLATE MARKED WITH H
UP
H POLARIZATION
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Step Procedure
1 Verify that connector is firmly connected.
2 Turn on the power switch on the IDU,
3 Connect digital multimeter to LINE IN () and LINE IN (+) terminals above the power cable
unit of the IDU. Confirm that the meter indication is described in Table 8-5,
4 Referring to para. 8.3 (Periodic Maintenance), confirm that the meter indication is normal,
ODU
5 Referring to para. 7.2 (Condition Setting for ODU and IDU), perform radio frequency and
TX output power setting for the ODU,
IDU
6 Referring to para. 7.2 (Condition Setting for ODU and IDU), perform each item setting for
the IDU,
7 Connect the personal computer (PC) to the LA PORT of the IDU using an RS-232C cable as
shown in Fig. 8-2,
8 Turn on the power switch on the PC,
9 Press the CTRL and D keys at the same time,
10 Enter the specified password from the keyboard and press the RETURN key,
11 Press the 0 key and RETURN key.
Table 8-5 Meter Reading
CHECK ITEM ALLOWABLE RANGE
LINE V 20.0 to 60.0 V DC
Password :t
Password :
********
Change PASSWORD? (No:0/Yes:1) :t
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Step Procedure
12 The following menu will be displayed,
13 Press the 3 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
14 Press the 3 key and RETURN key. The following menu will be displayed,
Notes: 1.This is example of 23 GHz, 2 MB 4 system.
2.For maintenamce, record the inventory data of the IDU/ODU.
15 Press the 5 to exit.
1. Setting
2. Maintenance
3. Monitoring
4. Exit
Select Function No. :t
Monitoring
1. Data (Monitoring voltage)
2. Alarm/Status
3. Inventory
4. Menu
5. Exit
Select Item No. :t
3. Inventory
IDU
Manufactured data JAN/1999
Software version (ROM/RAM) 2.10/2.40
Bit rate 4x2MB
ODU
Manufactured data SEP/1999
Software version (RAM) 1.00
Bit rate 4/8MB
RF band 23GHz HIGH
Sub band A
Shift freq 1008MHz
CH separation 3.5MHz
ROI-S03423 INSTALLATION
SECTION II
INSTALLATION
ROI-S03423 INSTALLATION
CL-1
CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE
1 GENERAL 2-1
2 INSTALLATION 2-2
2.1 Packing List 2-3
2.2 Unpacking of IDU and ODU 2-3
3 INSTALLATION OF IDU AND ODU 2-7
3.1 IDU Mounting 2-7
3.2 ODU Mounting on Andrew Antenna 2-10
4 WAVEGUIDE CONNECTION (OPTIONAL) 2-15
5 FRAME GROUNDING 2-20
6 WATERPROOF PROTECTION 2-25
INSTALLATION ROI-S03423
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ROI-S03423 INSTALLATION
2-1
1. GENERAL
This section describes information on the installation of the NEC New Pasolink 13/15/18/23/26/38
GHz 4/8/17/34 MB point-to-point digital radio system configured in 1+0 System.
The 1+0 System consists of TRP-[ ]G-[ ] Transmitter-Receiver (Outdoor Unit (ODU)) and MDP-[
]MB-[ ] Modulator-Demodulator (Indoor Unit (IDU)).
INSTALLATION ROI-S03423
2-2
2. INSTALLATION
The standard installation is summarized in this section. Included herein is information on typical
installation work flow and installation guide for IDU installation, ODU installation, antenna (ANT)
installation, waveguide connection and cable connections. The installation flow diagram is shown
below.

Fig. 2-1 Typical Installation Flow Diagram
Frame Grounding
Cable Connections
ODU Mounting
Waveguide
Connection
IDU Mounting
Unpacking of IDU Unpacking of ODU
Waterproof
Protection
ROI-S03423 INSTALLATION
2-3
2.1 Packing List
Each unpacked component of the [ ] GHz [ ] MB digital radio system must be checked as shown
below.
Packing List Drawing No.
IDU and ODU Fig. 2-2
2.2 Unpacking of IDU and ODU
The procedure to unpack the IDU and ODU are shown in Figs. 2-3 and 2-4.
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ROI-S03423 INSTALLATION
2-7
3. INSTALLATION OF IDU AND ODU
3.1 IDU Mounting
The installation procedure for the IDU is shown below.
(a) Accessories Required
Screwdriver
(b) Procedure for Mounting and Dismounting
(1) Mounting
Mounting method of IDU is shown in Fig. 3-1.
Note: When the IDU is mounted on the center position, refer to Fig. 3-2.
(2) Dismounting
For dismounting IDU (if necessary), use the following procedure.
Step Procedure
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2 Take out the IDU from the 19-inch rack.
INSTALLATION ROI-S03423
2-8
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INSTALLATION ROI-S03423
2-10
3.2 ODU Mounting on Andrew Antenna
Procedure for mounting methot is as follows:
Factory setting of antenna is V polarization. When the H polarization is required, steps 1 to 5 of
procedure is performed.
Step 1. Remove the antenna radome.
LARGE O-RING
Note: In 18-38GHz band 2 O-rings are attached in Andrew direct mount antenna kit, large one
is used for ODU mounting and small one is used for only waveguide connection. 13 and
15GHz band antenna doesnt have small O-ring. (Small O-ring isnt used for Andrew
direct mount antenna.)
If the small O-ring is used for ODU direct mount installation, a gap occurs between
ODU and antenna for RF interface, because ODU has a small tab at RF interface and it
interfere to the small O-ring. Therefore it may happen transmit or receive level down.
SMALL O-RING
(ONLY FOR WAVEGUIDE
CONNECTION)
ANTENNA INTERFACE PORT
ROI-S03423 INSTALLATION
2-11
Step 3. Hold the antenna with your hand to rotate it by
90 degrees.
Step 4. Check the aperture part of the connection unit is
rotated by 90 degrees, the fix it with screws that
were loosened in step 2.
Step 5. Fix the radome that was removed in step 1.
Step 2. To rotate the antenna connection unit, keep the
antenna stand horizontally and loosen screws
with Allen wrench.
Note: Connection unit and radiator are integrated.
Do not keep the antenna aperture download
for working, or the radiator may drop or get
damaged.
ROI-S03423
2-12
Step 8. Mount the mount pivot plate with v-clamp to the pole.
Step 9. Tight M10 hex head screw with wrench to fix the plate.
Step 10. Mount the mounting bracket to the pivot plate mounted in step 8.
Step 11. Adjust the elevation and tighten M10 hex head screw with wrench to fix the mounting
bracket.
Step 6. Mount the azimuth adjustment clamp and v-clamp to the pole.
Step 7. Tighten M10 hex head screw with wrench to fix the clamps.
ROI-S03423
2-13
Step 12. Mount the antenna to the mounting bracket.
Step 13. Tighten M10 hex head screw with wrench to fix the antenna.
Step 14. When vertical polarization is required, rotate the ODU so as to go up the plate marked V.
Step 15. When horizontal polarization is required, remove the guide pin fixed on the plate marked
with V.
Step 16. Insert the guide pin removed in step 15 behind of the plate marked H.
Step 17. Rotate the ODU so as to go up the plate marked H.
GUIDE PIN
PLATE MARKED WITH V
UP
V POLARIZATION
PLATE MARKED WITH H
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H POLARIZATION
V/H Polarization Conversion
ROI-S03423
2-14
ODU
ODU FLANGE
ANTENNA FLANGE
ANTENNA
Step 20. Fix the ODU to the bracket with four screws.
Note:Torque: 450 Ncm
SCREWS SCREWS
GUIDE PIN
Step 18. Mount the ODU to the bracket.
Step 19. Insert guide pin on the hole of bracket and, set the position of screws.
Caution: Align flanges on antenna and ODU correctly, and fix the ODU with four screws.
ROI-S03423 INSTALLATION
2-15
4. WAVEGUIDE CONNECTION (OPTIONAL)
This paragraph provides information on the assembling method of bracket and method of waveguide
connection for antenna direct mounting type TRP-( )G-( ) Outdoor Unit using an option parts consisting
ODU bracket and PBR adapter.
Procedures for mounting method is shown below.
Step Procedure
ODU Bracket Side
1 Mount the attachment with adapter to the ODU bracket using ten bolts,
Note: Color of adapter is white.
ATTACHMENT
BOLT (M5 10)
SPRING WASHER
WASHER
ODU BRACKET
PBR ADAPTER
INSTALLATION ROI-S03423
2-16
Step Procedure
2 Loosen eight nuts, remove two U-bolts from ODU bracket,
3 Mount the ODU bracket to the pole with two U-bolts,
Note: The diameter of pole is from 48.5 to 114.5 millimetres.
U-BOLT
ODU BRACKET
NUT
ODU BRACKET
U-BOLT
POLE
FLAT WASHER
SPRING WASHER
THIN NUT (M10)
THICK NUT (M10)
ROI-S03423 INSTALLATION
2-17
Step Procedure
4 Mount the ODU to the ODU bracket with attached four bolts (Align the guide pins on the
ODU and the guide holes on the adapter),
Note: Be careful not to damage the O-ring.
ODU BRACKET
Antenna direct
mounting type ODU
with NEC special
flange.
O-RING
(Note)
GUIDE PIN
INSTALLATION ROI-S03423
2-18
Step Procedure
5 Check to make sure that the ODU and the ODU bracket are fixed firmly.
6 Mount the waveguide to the ODU with four bolts.
Note: Be careful not to damage the O-ring attached with PBR adapter.
BOLT (M4)
SPRING WASHER
WASHER
O-RING
WAVEGUIDE
WITH PBR( ) FLANGE
ROI-S03423 INSTALLATION
2-19
Step Procedure
Antenna Side
7 Mount the flexible waveguide to the Non-Integrate type antenna and fix the flexible
waveguide with screws.
Note: Flange type between Antenna and Flexible waveguide shall be matched. If necessary,
suitable waveguide (W/G) flange transition must be adapted. Refer to combination
example.
Freq. Band
Flange of
Antenna
Flange of Flex.
W/G
Required W/G
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13 GHz PBR-120 UBR-140 UBR120-PBR140
18 GHz PBR-220 UBR-220 no need
23 GHz PBR-220 UBR-220 no need
38 GHz PBR-320 UBR-320 no need
NON-INTEGRATE TYPE ANTENNA
O-RING
ODU SUPPOT BRACKET
FLEXIBLE WAVEGUIDE
(EG. FLEXTWIST ANDREW)
SCREW
INSTALLATION ROI-S03423
2-20
5. FRAME GROUNDING
In mounting IDU and ODU, perform frame grounding. Location of frame grounding in each of IDU
and ODU is shown in Fig. 5-1 and connection for frame grounding is shown in Fig. 5-2.

Fig. 5-1 Location of Frame Ground
IF IN/OUT
FG
FRAME GROUND
IDU (MDP)
TERMINAL (M5)
(REAR VIEW)
(BOTTOM VIEW)
ODU
FRAME GROUND
TERMINAL (M5)
IFL FG RX LEV
MON
ROI-S03423 INSTALLATION
2-21
Fig. 5-2 Connecting for Frame Grounding (1/4)
LIGHTNING ROD
OUTDOOR EARTH TERMINAL
(EXISTING OR CUSTOMER SUPPLY
COAXIAL CABLE
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IDU
EARTH LINE
GROUND
LEVEL
Caution 1:Install the ODU within the area protected by the lightning rod.
Caution 2:To avoid surge current caused by lightning circulating in the equipment
earth system, connect the equipment earth system (frame ground) to ground
of lightning rod at ground level.
INSTALLATION ROI-S03423
2-22
Fig. 5-2 Connecting for Frame Grounding (2/4)
LIGHTNING ROD
EARTH LINE
ODU
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IDU
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Note: * NEC recommend that frame ground of ODU should be connected to earth line as
NECs standard installation.
EP : Earthing Point of tower
FG : Frame Ground terminal
ISOLATED FROM
TOWER
(Grounding-resistance:
less than 10 )
(Grounding-resistance of tower:
less than 10 )
Grounding cable for ODU should be
connected to the nearest EP of the tower.
EP
ROI-S03423 INSTALLATION
2-23
Fig. 5-2 Connecting for Frame Grounding (3/4)
LIGHTNING ROD
COAXIAL CABLE
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(Grounding-resistance of tower:
less than 10 )
EP : Earthing Point of tower
FG : Frame Ground terminal
INSTALLATION ROI-S03423
2-24
Fig. 5-2 Connecting for Frame Grounding (4/4)
LIGHTNING ROD
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(Grounding-resistance of tower:
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connected to the nearest EP of the tower.
EP : Earthing Point of tower
FG : Frame Ground terminal
ROI-S03423 INSTALLATION
2-25
6. WATERPROOF PROTECTION
After cable connection, the following part shall be wrapped by self-bonding tape for waterproof (see
Fig. 6-1).
Fig. 6-1 Location of Connector for Waterproof
This part shall be wrapped by
self-bonding tape for waterproof.
Note: The self-bonding tape shall be prepared by customer.
ODU
IF CABLE
SELF-BONDING TAPE
ODU
IFL CONNECTOR
INSTALLATION ROI-S03423
2-26
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ROI-S03423 APPENDIX
APPENDIX
APPENDIX
A-1
Notes:1. Frequency spaces between these channels should be kept in:
4 MB System: 3.5 MHz 8 MB System: 7 MHz
17 MB System: 14 MHz 34 MB System: 28 MHz
2. For 17 MB system, radio frequency assignment can be applied to channels from 3
CH to 27 CH (3 CH to 27 CH).
3. For 34 MB system, radio frequency assignment can be applied to channels from 7
CH to 23 CH (7 CH to 23 CH).
Table A-1 13 GHz Band, Radio Frequency Assignment
SUB BAND D
G2930D RF CKT G2930H RF CKT
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
1 1 12922.50 13188.50 1 1 13188.50 12922.50
2 2 12924.25 13190.25 2 2 13190.25 12924.25
3 3 12926.00 13192.00 3 3 13192.00 12926.00
4 4 12927.75 13193.75 4 4 13193.75 12927.75
5 5 12929.50 13195.50 5 5 13195.50 12929.50
6 6 12931.25 13197.25 6 6 13197.25 12931.25
7 7 12933.00 13199.00 7 7 13199.00 12933.00
8 8 12934.75 13200.75 8 8 13200.75 12934.75
9 9 12936.50 13202.50 9 9 13202.50 12936.50
10 10 12938.25 13204.25 10 10 13204.25 12938.25
11 11 12940.00 13206.00 11 11 13206.00 12940.00
12 12 12941.75 13207.75 12 12 13207.75 12941.75
13 13 12943.50 13209.50 13 13 13209.50 12943.50
14 14 12945.25 13211.25 14 14 13211.25 12945.25
15 15 12947.00 13213.00 15 15 13213.00 12947.00
16 16 12948.75 13214.75 16 16 13214.75 12948.75
17 17 12950.50 13216.50 17 17 13216.50 12950.50
18 18 12952.25 13218.25 18 18 13218.25 12952.25
19 19 12954.00 13220.00 19 19 13220.00 12954.00
20 20 12955.75 13221.75 20 20 13221.75 12955.75
21 21 12957.50 13223.50 21 21 13223.50 12957.50
22 22 12959.25 13225.25 22 22 13225.25 12959.25
23 23 12961.00 13227.00 23 23 13227.00 12961.00
24 24 12962.75 13228.75 24 24 13228.75 12962.75
25 25 12964.50 13230.50 25 25 13230.50 12964.50
26 26 12966.25 13232.25 26 26 13232.25 12966.25
27 27 12968.00 13234.00 27 27 13234.00 12968.00
28 28 12969.75 13235.75 28 28 13235.75 12969.75
29 29 12971.50 13237.50 29 29 13237.50 12971.50
30 30 12973.25 13239.25 30 30 13239.25 12973.25
31 31 12975.00 13241.00 31 31 13241.00 12975.00
32 32 12976.75 13242.75 32 32 13242.75 12976.75
APPENDIX
A-2
Table A-2 18 GHz Band, Radio Frequency Assignment
SUB BAND F
G6593N RF CKT G6593P RF CKT
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
1 1 18016.25 19026.25 1 1 19026.25 18016.25
2 2 18030.00 19040.00 2 2 19040.00 18030.00
3 3 18043.75 19053.75 3 3 19053.75 18043.75
4 4 18057.50 19067.50 4 4 19067.50 18057.50
5 5 18071.25 19081.25 5 5 19081.25 18071.25
6 6 18085.00 19095.00 6 6 19095.00 18085.00
7 7 18098.75 19108.75 7 7 19108.75 18098.75
8 8 18112.50 19122.50 8 8 19122.50 18112.50
9 9 18126.25 19136.25 9 9 19136.25 18126.25
10 10 18140.00 19150.00 10 10 19150.00 18140.00
11 11 18153.75 19163.75 11 11 19163.75 18153.75
12 12 18167.50 19177.50 12 12 19177.50 18167.50
13 13 18181.25 19191.25 13 13 19191.25 18181.25
14 14 18195.00 19205.00 14 14 19205.00 18195.00
15 15 18208.75 19218.75 15 15 19218.75 18208.75
16 16 18222.50 19232.50 16 16 19232.50 18222.50
17 17 18236.25 19246.25 17 17 19246.25 18236.25
18 18 18250.00 19260.00 18 18 19260.00 18250.00
19 19 18263.75 19273.75 19 19 19273.75 18263.75
20 20 18277.50 19287.50 20 20 19287.50 18277.50
21 21 18291.25 19301.25 21 21 19301.25 18291.25
22 22 18305.00 19315.00 22 22 19315.00 18305.00
23 23 18318.75 19328.75 23 23 19328.75 18318.75
APPENDIX
A-3
Table A-3 23 GHz Band, Radio Frequency Assignment
SUB BAND A
G3230J RF CKT G3230L RF CKT
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
1 1 22004.50 23012.50 1 1 23012.50 22004.50
2 2 22006.25 23014.25 2 2 23014.25 22006.25
3 3 22008.00 23016.00 3 3 23016.00 22008.00
4 4 22009.75 23017.75 4 4 23017.75 22009.75
5 5 22011.50 23019.50 5 5 23019.50 22011.50
6 6 22013.25 23021.25 6 6 23021.25 22013.25
7 7 22015.00 23023.00 7 7 23023.00 22015.00
8 8 22016.75 23024.75 8 8 23024.75 22016.75
9 9 22018.50 23026.50 9 9 23026.50 22018.50
10 10 22020.25 23028.25 10 10 23028.25 22020.25
11 11 22022.00 23030.00 11 11 23030.00 22022.00
12 12 22023.75 23031.75 12 12 23031.75 22023.75
13 13 22025.50 23033.50 13 13 23033.50 22025.50
14 14 22027.25 23035.25 14 14 23035.25 22027.25
15 15 22029.00 23037.00 15 15 23037.00 22029.00
16 16 22030.75 23038.75 16 16 23038.75 22030.75
17 17 22032.50 23040.50 17 17 23040.50 22032.50
18 18 22034.25 23042.25 18 18 23042.25 22034.25
19 19 22036.00 23044.00 19 19 23044.00 22036.00
20 20 22037.75 23045.75 20 20 23045.75 22037.75
21 21 22039.50 23047.50 21 21 23047.50 22039.50
22 22 22041.25 23049.25 22 22 23049.25 22041.25
23 23 22043.00 23051.00 23 23 23051.00 22043.00
24 24 22044.75 23052.75 24 24 23052.75 22044.75
25 25 22046.50 23054.50 25 25 23054.50 22046.50
26 26 22048.25 23056.25 26 26 23056.25 22048.25
27 27 22050.00 23058.00 27 27 23058.00 22050.00
28 28 22051.75 23059.75 28 28 23059.75 22051.75
29 29 22053.50 23061.50 29 29 23061.50 22053.50
30 30 22055.25 23063.25 30 30 23063.25 22055.25
31 31 22057.00 23065.00 31 31 23065.00 22057.00
32 32 22058.75 23066.75 32 32 23066.75 22058.75
33 33 22060.50 23068.50 33 33 23068.50 22060.50
34 34 22062.25 23070.25 34 34 23070.25 22062.25
35 35 22064.00 23072.00 35 35 23072.00 22064.00
36 36 22065.75 23073.75 36 36 23073.75 22065.75
37 37 22067.50 23075.50 37 37 23075.50 22067.50
38 38 22069.25 23077.25 38 38 23077.25 22069.25
39 39 22071.00 23079.00 39 39 23079.00 22071.00
APPENDIX
A-4
40 40 22072.75 23080.75 40 40 23080.75 22072.75
41 41 22074.50 23082.50 41 41 23082.50 22074.50
42 42 22076.25 23084.25 42 42 23084.25 22076.25
43 43 22078.00 23086.00 43 43 23086.00 22078.00
44 44 22079.75 23087.75 44 44 23087.75 22079.75
45 45 22081.50 23089.50 45 45 23089.50 22081.50
46 46 22083.25 23091.25 46 46 23091.25 22083.25
47 47 22085.00 23093.00 47 47 23093.00 22085.00
48 48 22086.75 23094.75 48 48 23094.75 22086.75
49 49 22088.50 23096.50 49 49 23096.50 22088.50
50 50 22090.25 23098.25 50 50 23098.25 22090.25
51 51 22092.00 23100.00 51 51 23100.00 22092.00
52 52 22093.75 23101.75 52 52 23101.75 22093.75
53 53 22095.50 23103.50 53 53 23103.50 22095.50
54 54 22097.25 23105.25 54 54 23105.25 22097.25
55 55 22099.00 23107.00 55 55 23107.00 22099.00
56 56 22100.75 23108.75 56 56 23108.75 22100.75
57 57 22102.50 23110.50 57 57 23110.50 22102.50
58 58 22104.25 23112.25 58 58 23112.25 22104.25
59 59 22106.00 23114.00 59 59 23114.00 22106.00
60 60 22107.75 23115.75 60 60 23115.75 22107.75
61 61 22109.50 23117.50 61 61 23117.50 22109.50
62 62 22111.25 23119.25 62 62 23119.25 22111.25
63 63 22113.00 23121.00 63 63 23121.00 22113.00
64 64 22114.75 23122.75 64 64 23122.75 22114.75
65 65 22116.50 23124.50 65 65 23124.50 22116.50
66 66 22118.25 23126.25 66 66 23126.25 22118.25
67 67 22120.00 23128.00 67 67 23128.00 22120.00
68 68 22121.75 23129.75 68 68 23129.75 22121.75
69 69 22123.50 23131.50 69 69 23131.50 22123.50
70 70 22125.25 23133.25 70 70 23133.25 22125.25
71 71 22127.00 23135.00 71 71 23135.00 22127.00
72 72 22128.75 23136.75 72 72 23136.75 22128.75
73 73 22130.50 23138.50 73 73 23138.50 22130.50
74 74 22132.25 23140.25 74 74 23140.25 22132.25
75 75 22134.00 23142.00 75 75 23142.00 22134.00
76 76 22135.75 23143.75 76 76 23143.75 22135.75
77 77 22137.50 23145.50 77 77 23145.50 22137.50
78 78 22139.25 23147.25 78 78 23147.25 22139.25
79 79 22141.00 23149.00 79 79 23149.00 22141.00
Table A-3 23 GHz Band, Radio Frequency Assignment (Contd)
SUB BAND A
G3230J RF CKT G3230L RF CKT
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
APPENDIX
A-5
80 80 22142.75 23150.75 80 80 23150.75 22142.75
81 81 22144.50 23152.50 81 81 23152.50 22144.50
82 82 22146.25 23154.25 82 82 23154.25 22146.25
83 83 22148.00 23156.00 83 83 23156.00 22148.00
84 84 22149.75 23157.75 84 84 23157.75 22149.75
85 85 22151.50 23159.50 85 85 23159.50 22151.50
86 86 22153.25 23161.25 86 86 23161.25 22153.25
87 87 22155.00 23163.00 87 87 23163.00 22155.00
88 88 22156.75 23164.75 88 88 23164.75 22156.75
89 89 22158.50 23166.50 89 89 23166.50 22158.50
90 90 22160.25 23168.25 90 90 23168.25 22160.25
91 91 22162.00 23170.00 91 91 23170.00 22162.00
92 92 22163.75 23171.75 92 92 23171.75 22163.75
93 93 22165.50 23173.50 93 93 23173.50 22165.50
94 94 22167.25 23175.25 94 94 23175.25 22167.25
95 95 22169.00 23177.00 95 95 23177.00 22169.00
96 96 22170.75 23178.75 96 96 23178.75 22170.75
97 97 22172.50 23180.50 97 97 23180.50 22172.50
98 98 22174.25 23182.25 98 98 23182.25 22174.25
99 99 22176.00 23184.00 99 99 23184.00 22176.00
100 100 22177.75 23185.75 100 100 23185.75 22177.75
101 101 22179.50 23187.50 101 101 23187.50 22179.50
102 102 22181.25 23189.25 102 102 23189.25 22181.25
103 103 22183.00 23191.00 103 103 23191.00 22183.00
104 104 22184.75 23192.75 104 104 23192.75 22184.75
105 105 22186.50 23194.50 105 105 23194.50 22186.50
106 106 22188.25 23196.25 106 106 23196.25 22188.25
107 107 22190.00 23198.00 107 107 23198.00 22190.00
108 108 22191.75 23199.75 108 108 23199.75 22191.75
109 109 22193.50 23201.50 109 109 23201.50 22193.50
110 110 22195.25 23203.25 110 110 23203.25 22195.25
111 111 22197.00 23205.00 111 111 23205.00 22197.00
112 112 22198.75 23206.75 112 112 23206.75 22198.75
113 113 22200.50 23208.50 113 113 23208.50 22200.50
114 114 22202.25 23210.25 114 114 23210.25 22202.25
115 115 22204.00 23212.00 115 115 23212.00 22204.00
116 116 22205.75 23213.75 116 116 23213.75 22205.75
117 117 22207.50 23215.50 117 117 23215.50 22207.50
118 118 22209.25 23217.25 118 118 23217.25 22209.25
119 119 22211.00 23219.00 119 119 23219.00 22211.00
Table A-3 23 GHz Band, Radio Frequency Assignment (Contd)
SUB BAND A
G3230J RF CKT G3230L RF CKT
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
APPENDIX
A-6
120 120 22212.75 23220.75 120 120 23220.75 22212.75
121 121 22214.50 23222.50 121 121 23222.50 22214.50
122 122 22216.25 23224.25 122 122 23224.25 22216.25
123 123 22218.00 23226.00 123 123 23226.00 22218.00
124 124 22219.75 23227.75 124 124 23227.75 22219.75
125 125 22221.50 23229.50 125 125 23229.50 22221.50
126 126 22223.25 23231.25 126 126 23231.25 22223.25
127 127 22225.00 23233.00 127 127 23233.00 22225.00
128 128 22226.75 23234.75 128 128 23234.75 22226.75
129 129 22228.50 23236.50 129 129 23236.50 22228.50
130 130 22230.25 23238.25 130 130 23238.25 22230.25
131 131 22232.00 23240.00 131 131 23240.00 22232.00
132 132 22233.75 23241.75 132 132 23241.75 22233.75
133 133 22235.50 23243.50 133 133 23243.50 22235.50
134 134 22237.25 23245.25 134 134 23245.25 22237.25
135 135 22239.00 23247.00 135 135 23247.00 22239.00
136 136 22240.75 23248.75 136 136 23248.75 22240.75
137 137 22242.50 23250.50 137 137 23250.50 22242.50
138 138 22244.25 23252.25 138 138 23252.25 22244.25
139 139 22246.00 23254.00 139 139 23254.00 22246.00
140 140 22247.75 23255.75 140 140 23255.75 22247.75
141 141 22249.50 23257.50 141 141 23257.50 22249.50
142 142 22251.25 23259.25 142 142 23259.25 22251.25
143 143 22253.00 23261.00 143 143 23261.00 22253.00
144 144 22254.75 23262.75 144 144 23262.75 22254.75
145 145 22256.50 23264.50 145 145 23264.50 22256.50
146 146 22258.25 23266.25 146 146 23266.25 22258.25
147 147 22260.00 23268.00 147 147 23268.00 22260.00
148 148 22261.75 23269.75 148 148 23269.75 22261.75
149 149 22263.50 23271.50 149 149 23271.50 22263.50
150 150 22265.25 23273.25 150 150 23273.25 22265.25
151 151 22267.00 23275.00 151 151 23275.00 22267.00
152 152 22268.75 23276.75 152 152 23276.75 22268.75
153 153 22270.50 23278.50 153 153 23278.50 22270.50
154 154 22272.25 23280.25 154 154 23280.25 22272.25
155 155 22274.00 23282.00 155 155 23282.00 22274.00
156 156 22275.75 23283.75 156 156 23283.75 22275.75
157 157 22277.50 23285.50 157 157 23285.50 22277.50
158 158 22279.25 23287.25 158 158 23287.25 22279.25
159 159 22281.00 23289.00 159 159 23289.00 22281.00
Table A-3 23 GHz Band, Radio Frequency Assignment (Contd)
SUB BAND A
G3230J RF CKT G3230L RF CKT
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
APPENDIX
A-7
Note: Frequency spaces between these channels should be kept in:
4 MB System: 3.5 MHz
8 MB System: 7 MHz
17 MB System: 14 MHz
34 MB System: 28 MHz
160 160 22282.75 23290.75 160 160 23290.75 22282.75
161 161 22284.50 23292.50 161 161 23292.50 22284.50
162 162 22286.25 23294.25 162 162 23294.25 22286.25
163 163 22288.00 23296.00 163 163 23296.00 22288.00
164 164 22289.75 23297.75 164 164 23297.75 22289.75
165 165 22291.50 23299.50 165 165 23299.50 22291.50
166 166 22293.25 23301.25 166 166 23301.25 22293.25
167 167 22295.00 23303.00 167 167 23303.00 22295.00
168 168 22296.75 23304.75 168 168 23304.75 22296.75
Table A-3 23 GHz Band, Radio Frequency Assignment (Contd)
SUB BAND A
G3230J RF CKT G3230L RF CKT
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
APPENDIX
A-8
Table A-4 38 GHz Band, Radio Frequency Assignment
SUB BAND A
G6297A RF CKT G6297E RF CKT
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
1 1 37061.50 38321.50 1 1 38321.50 37061.50
2 2 37063.25 38323.25 2 2 38323.25 37063.25
3 3 37065.00 38325.00 3 3 38325.00 37065.00
4 4 37066.75 38326.75 4 4 38326.75 37066.75
5 5 37068.50 38328.50 5 5 38328.50 37068.50
6 6 37070.25 38330.25 6 6 38330.25 37070.25
7 7 37072.00 38332.00 7 7 38332.00 37072.00
8 8 37073.75 38333.75 8 8 38333.75 37073.75
9 9 37075.50 38335.50 9 9 38335.50 37075.50
10 10 37077.25 38337.25 10 10 38337.25 37077.25
11 11 37079.00 38339.00 11 11 38339.00 37079.00
12 12 37080.75 38340.75 12 12 38340.75 37080.75
13 13 37082.50 38342.50 13 13 38342.50 37082.50
14 14 37084.25 38344.25 14 14 38344.25 37084.25
15 15 37086.00 38346.00 15 15 38346.00 37086.00
16 16 37087.75 38347.75 16 16 38347.75 37087.75
17 17 37089.50 38349.50 17 17 38349.50 37089.50
18 18 37091.25 38351.25 18 18 38351.25 37091.25
19 19 37093.00 38353.00 19 19 38353.00 37093.00
20 20 37094.75 38354.75 20 20 38354.75 37094.75
21 21 37096.50 38356.50 21 21 38356.50 37096.50
22 22 37098.25 38358.25 22 22 38358.25 37098.25
23 23 37100.00 38360.00 23 23 38360.00 37100.00
24 24 37101.75 38361.75 24 24 38361.75 37101.75
25 25 37103.50 38363.50 25 25 38363.50 37103.50
26 26 37105.25 38365.25 26 26 38365.25 37105.25
27 27 37107.00 38367.00 27 27 38367.00 37107.00
28 28 37108.75 36368.75 28 28 36368.75 37108.75
29 29 37110.50 38370.50 29 29 38370.50 37110.50
30 30 37112.25 38372.25 30 30 38372.25 37112.25
31 31 37114.00 38374.00 31 31 38374.00 37114.00
32 32 37115.75 38375.75 32 32 38375.75 37115.75
33 33 37117.50 38377.50 33 33 38377.50 37117.50
34 34 37119.25 38379.25 34 34 38379.25 37119.25
35 35 37121.00 38381.00 35 35 38381.00 37121.00
36 36 37122.75 38382.75 36 36 38382.75 37122.75
37 37 37124.50 38384.50 37 37 38384.50 37124.50
38 38 37126.25 38386.25 38 38 38386.25 37126.25
39 39 37128.00 38388.00 39 39 38388.00 37128.00
APPENDIX
A-9
40 40 37129.75 38389.75 40 40 38389.75 37129.75
41 41 37131.50 38391.50 41 41 38391.50 37131.50
42 42 37133.25 38393.25 42 42 38393.25 37133.25
43 43 37135.00 38395.00 43 43 38395.00 37135.00
44 44 37136.75 39396.75 44 44 39396.75 37136.75
45 45 37138.50 38398.50 45 45 38398.50 37138.50
46 46 37140.25 38400.25 46 46 38400.25 37140.25
47 47 37142.00 38402.00 47 47 38402.00 37142.00
48 48 37143.75 38403.75 48 48 38403.75 37143.75
49 49 37145.50 38405.50 49 49 38405.50 37145.50
50 50 37147.25 38407.25 50 50 38407.25 37147.25
51 51 37149.00 38409.00 51 51 38409.00 37149.00
52 52 37150.75 38410.75 52 52 38410.75 37150.75
53 53 37152.50 38412.50 53 53 38412.50 37152.50
54 54 37154.25 38414.25 54 54 38414.25 37154.25
55 55 37156.00 38146.00 55 55 38146.00 37156.00
56 56 37157.75 38417.75 56 56 38417.75 37157.75
57 57 37159.50 38419.50 57 57 38419.50 37159.50
58 58 37161.25 38421.25 58 58 38421.25 37161.25
59 59 37163.00 38423.00 59 59 38423.00 37163.00
60 60 37164.75 38424.75 60 60 38424.75 37164.75
61 61 37166.50 38426.50 61 61 38426.50 37166.50
62 62 37168.25 38428.25 62 62 38428.25 37168.25
63 63 37170.00 38430.00 63 63 38430.00 37170.00
64 64 37171.75 38431.75 64 64 38431.75 37171.75
65 65 37173.50 38433.50 65 65 38433.50 37173.50
66 66 37175.25 38435.25 66 66 38435.25 37175.25
67 67 37177.00 38437.00 67 67 38437.00 37177.00
68 68 37178.75 38438.75 68 68 38438.75 37178.75
69 69 37180.50 38440.50 69 69 38440.50 37180.50
70 70 37182.25 38442.25 70 70 38442.25 37182.25
71 71 37184.00 38444.00 71 71 38444.00 37184.00
72 72 37185.75 38445.75 72 72 38445.75 37185.75
73 73 37187.50 38447.50 73 73 38447.50 37187.50
74 74 37189.25 38449.25 74 74 38449.25 37189.25
75 75 37191.00 38451.00 75 75 38451.00 37191.00
76 76 37192.75 38452.75 76 76 38452.75 37192.75
77 77 37194.50 38454.50 77 77 38454.50 37194.50
78 78 37196.25 38456.25 78 78 38456.25 37196.25
79 79 37198.00 38458.00 79 79 38458.00 37198.00
Table A-4 38 GHz Band, Radio Frequency Assignment (Contd)
SUB BAND A
G6297A RF CKT G6297E RF CKT
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
APPENDIX
A-10
80 80 37199.75 38459.75 80 80 38459.75 37199.75
81 81 37201.50 38461.50 81 81 38461.50 37201.50
82 82 37203.25 38463.25 82 82 38463.25 37203.25
83 83 37205.00 38465.00 83 83 38465.00 37205.00
84 84 37206.75 38466.75 84 84 38466.75 37206.75
85 85 37208.50 38468.50 85 85 38468.50 37208.50
86 86 37210.25 38470.25 86 86 38470.25 37210.25
87 87 37212.00 38472.00 87 87 38472.00 37212.00
88 88 37213.75 38473.75 88 88 38473.75 37213.75
89 89 37215.50 38475.50 89 89 38475.50 37215.50
90 90 37217.25 38477.25 90 90 38477.25 37217.25
91 91 37219.00 38479.00 91 91 38479.00 37219.00
92 92 37220.75 38480.75 92 92 38480.75 37220.75
93 93 37222.50 38482.50 93 93 38482.50 37222.50
94 94 37224.25 38484.25 94 94 38484.25 37224.25
95 95 37226.00 38486.00 95 95 38486.00 37226.00
96 96 37227.75 38487.75 96 96 38487.75 37227.75
97 97 37229.50 38489.50 97 97 38489.50 37229.50
98 98 37231.25 38491.25 98 98 38491.25 37231.25
99 99 37233.00 38493.00 99 99 38493.00 37233.00
100 100 37234.75 38494.75 100 100 38494.75 37234.75
101 101 37236.50 38496.50 101 101 38496.50 37236.50
102 102 37238.25 38498.25 102 102 38498.25 37238.25
103 103 37240.00 38500.00 103 103 38500.00 37240.00
104 104 37241.75 38501.75 104 104 38501.75 37241.75
105 105 37243.50 38503.50 105 105 38503.50 37243.50
106 106 37245.25 38505.25 106 106 38505.25 37245.25
107 107 37247.00 38507.00 107 107 38507.00 37247.00
108 108 37248.75 38508.75 108 108 38508.75 37248.75
109 109 37250.50 38510.50 109 109 38510.50 37250.50
110 110 37252.25 38512.25 110 110 38512.25 37252.25
111 111 37254.00 38514.00 111 111 38514.00 37254.00
112 112 37255.75 38515.75 112 112 38515.75 37255.75
113 113 37257.50 38517.50 113 113 38517.50 37257.50
114 114 37259.25 38519.25 114 114 38519.25 37259.25
115 115 37261.00 38521.00 115 115 38521.00 37261.00
116 116 37262.75 38522.75 116 116 38522.75 37262.75
117 117 37264.50 38524.50 117 117 38524.50 37264.50
118 118 37266.25 38526.25 118 118 38526.25 37266.25
119 119 37268.00 38528.00 119 119 38528.00 37268.00
Table A-4 38 GHz Band, Radio Frequency Assignment (Contd)
SUB BAND A
G6297A RF CKT G6297E RF CKT
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
APPENDIX
A-11
120 120 37269.75 38529.75 120 120 38529.75 37269.75
121 121 37271.50 38531.50 121 121 38531.50 37271.50
122 122 37273.25 38533.25 122 122 38533.25 37273.25
123 123 37275.00 38535.00 123 123 38535.00 37275.00
124 124 37276.75 38536.75 124 124 38536.75 37276.75
125 125 37278.50 38538.50 125 125 38538.50 37278.50
126 126 37280.25 38540.25 126 126 38540.25 37280.25
127 127 37282.00 38542.00 127 127 38542.00 37282.00
128 128 37283.75 38543.75 128 128 38543.75 37283.75
129 129 37285.50 38545.50 129 129 38545.50 37285.50
130 130 37287.25 38547.25 130 130 38547.25 37287.25
131 131 37289.00 38549.00 131 131 38549.00 37289.00
132 132 37290.75 38550.75 132 132 38550.75 37290.75
133 133 37292.50 38552.50 133 133 38552.50 37292.50
134 134 37294.25 38554.25 134 134 38554.25 37294.25
135 135 37296.00 38556.00 135 135 38556.00 37296.00
136 136 37297.75 38557.75 136 136 38557.75 37297.75
137 137 37299.50 38559.50 137 137 38559.50 37299.50
138 138 37301.25 38561.25 138 138 38561.25 37301.25
139 139 37303.00 38563.00 139 139 38563.00 37303.00
140 140 37304.75 38564.75 140 140 38564.75 37304.75
141 141 37306.50 38566.50 141 141 38566.50 37306.50
142 142 37308.25 38568.25 142 142 38568.25 37308.25
143 143 37310.00 38570.00 143 143 38570.00 37310.00
144 144 37311.75 38571.75 144 144 38571.75 37311.75
145 145 37313.50 38573.50 145 145 38573.50 37313.50
146 146 37315.25 38575.25 146 146 38575.25 37315.25
147 147 37317.00 38577.00 147 147 38577.00 37317.00
148 148 37318.75 38578.75 148 148 38578.75 37318.75
149 149 37320.50 38580.50 149 149 38580.50 37320.50
150 150 37322.25 38582.25 150 150 38582.25 37322.25
151 151 37324.00 38584.00 151 151 38584.00 37324.00
152 152 37325.75 38585.75 152 152 38585.75 37325.75
153 153 37327.50 38587.50 153 153 38587.50 37327.50
154 154 37329.25 38589.25 154 154 38589.25 37329.25
155 155 37331.00 38591.00 155 155 38591.00 37331.00
156 156 37332.75 38592.75 156 156 38592.75 37332.75
157 157 37334.50 38594.50 157 157 38594.50 37334.50
158 158 37336.25 37596.25 158 158 37596.25 37336.25
159 159 37338.00 38598.00 159 159 38598.00 37338.00
Table A-4 38 GHz Band, Radio Frequency Assignment (Contd)
SUB BAND A
G6297A RF CKT G6297E RF CKT
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
APPENDIX
A-12
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Note: Frequency spaces between these channels should be kept in:
4 MB System: 3.5 MHz
8 MB System: 7 MHz
17 MB System: 14 MHz
34 MB System: 28 MHz
160 160 37339.75 38599.75 160 160 38599.75 37339.75
Table A-4 38 GHz Band, Radio Frequency Assignment (Contd)
SUB BAND A
G6297A RF CKT G6297E RF CKT
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)
CH
FREQ.
SETTING
CH NO.
TX FREQ.
(MHz)
RX FREQ.
(MHz)