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OTC103002 OptiX BWS 1600G System Description

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Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

Grasp the general function of OptiX BWS 1600G DWDM System  Know the name of boards in OptiX BWS 1600G DWDM System  Understand the protection and features of the OptiX BWS 1600G DWDM System

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Chapter 1 System Overview Chapter 2 System Structure Chapter 3 System Feature Chapter 4 System Application

Chapter 5 Case Study

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The position of OptiX BWS 1600G system in an optical transmission network OptiX BWS 1600G OptiX OSN 9500 160 channels 32 channels Backbone Layer OptiX BWS 320G OptiX BWS 1600G OptiX Metro 3100 OptiX Metro 6100 OptiX Metro 6100 OptiX 10G STM-16 32 channels STM-64 Tandem Layer OptiX 2500+ OptiX Metro 6100 OptiX Metro 6100 OptiX 10G OptiX 155/622 OptiX 2500+ OptiX 2500+ STM-16 STM-4 OptiX Metro 500/1000 STM-4/1 OptiX 155/622 STM-4/1 OptiX 155622H OptiX Metro 3000 Access Layer STM-4/1 OptiX Metro 500/1000 Internal Use 4 .

ring •Protection 1+1 Line/OTU protection 1 : 8 OTU protection 1+1 for timing unit • Optical Terminal Multiplexer • Optical Line Amplifier • Optical Add/Drop Multiplexer • Regenerator Network element Internal Use 5 .OptiX BWS 1600G System Overview Simple unified network platform from common distance to ultra long-haul. chain. OTU MUX/ DeMUX OA OLA OLA OLA OA MUX DeMUX OTU Network function unit • • • • • • Optical Transponder Unit Optical amplifier unit MUX/DEMUX/OADM unit Control unit Optical supervisor unit Maintenance unit Topology/protection •Topology: Line.

00THz C-band 1560.82nm 190.57nm 186.55nm 196.20nm 192.0THz & 192. Internal Use 6 .16nm 196.0-190.17nm) 186.61nm) 192.20nm) 187.42nm 190.00THz 1570.05THz.1-196.15THz C-EVEN: C-ODD: L-EVEN: L-ODD: 1570.90THz(1570.16nm-1560.05THz(1529.61nm 192.57nm) 1603. 100GHz spacing.9THz & 186.85THz(1570.95-190. 100GHz spacing.OptiX BWS 1600G Bandwidth Performance 1529.10THz-196.05THz 1560.17nm 187.85THz.15THz-196.00THz-190.95THz-190.15-196.95THz •C+L-band (160 channels) •C-band:192.90THz 192.00THz(1529.10THz 1529.42nm-1603. •L-band:187.82nm-1603.85THz L-band 1603.55nm-1560.

Maximum capacity is 400Gbps 10 channels in C-band. mainly be used in L-band. Maximum capacity is 400Gbps For G.653 fiber. each channel can carry up to 10Gbps. 80 channel system(40 channels in C-band and 40 channels in L-band). Maximum capacity is 100Gbps 40 channels in C-band. 40 channels in C-band. each channel can carry up to 10Gbps.Types of OptiX BWS 1600G System Types OptiX BWS 1600G-I OptiX BWS 1600G-II OptiX BWS 1600G-III OptiX BWS 1600G-IV OptiX BWS 1600G-V OptiX BWS 1600G-VI (LHP) Channel spacing 50GHz 100GHz Characteristics of five types of systems Scalable 1600G system. 40 channels in C-band. Maximum capacity is 800Gbps. Maximum capacity is 100Gbps 100GHz 100GHz 100GHz 100GHz 200GHz Internal Use 7 . each channel can carry up to 10Gbps.5Gbps. each channel can carry up to 2. support long haul and large capacity transmission. each channel can carry up to 10Gbps.

Chapter 1 System Overview Chapter 2 System Structure Chapter 3 System Feature Chapter 4 System Application Chapter 5 Case Study Internal Use 8 .

C-Band. C+L Band. 100GHz  Open and integrated system structure are both available. Internal Use 9 . Customer-tailored capacity: Ⅰ: 160λ×10G.5G. C+L Band.653 fiber) Ⅴ: 40λ×2. 50GHz Ⅱ: 80λ×10G.OptiX BWS 1600G System Diagram   Single fiber. 100GHz (Only for G. unidirectional. 100GHz Ⅳ: 16λ×10G. 100GHz Ⅲ: 40λ×10G. C-Band. L-Band.

5G) Multi-rate Optical Wavelength Conversion Unit 1 x GE and 1 x STM-1/4 Combiner Board 4 x STM-1/4 Multiplex Optical Wavelength Conversion Board 4-Channel Protocol-Independent Service Convergence Board 8 x ESCON (enterprise system connection) Service Convergence Board Regenerating boards Internal Use 10 .OptiX BWS 1600G Major Transponder Units LWF/LWFS/LWS OCU/OCUS/TMX/TMXS LDG LBE/LBES LWX LWM LGS LQS AP4 EC8 LRF/LRFS/LRS/TRC /TRC1/TWC/TMR STM-64 Transmit-receive Line Wavelength Conversion Unit Quadruple STM-16 Multiplex Optical Wavelength Conversion Unit 2 x Gigabit Ethernet Unit 10GE Transceiving Wavelength Conversion Board Arbitrary Bit Rate Wavelength Conversion Unit(34M-2.

OptiX BWS 1600G Functional Units M40 V40 D40 MR2 40 channels Multiplexing Unit 40 channels Multiplexing Unit with 40 VOAs 40 channels Demultiplexing Unit 2-channel Add/Drop Unit MB2 OAU/OBU/OPU RPC/RPL/RPA MCA SCC/SCE SC1/SC2/TC1/TC2 VA4/VOA ITL FIU DCM OCP OLP SCS Expandable 2-Channel Optical Add/Drop Multiplexing Board Optical Amplifier Unit Raman Pump Unit Multi-channel Analyzer Unit System Communication Unit Supervisory Channel Unit/System Communication Unit Variable Optical Attenuator Interleaver Unit Fiber Interface Unit Dispersion Compensation Module Optical Channel Protection Optical Line Protection unit Sync optical Channel Separator Internal Use 11 .

Front Door 9.OptiX BWS 1600G subrack Sub-rack Description 1. Board Area 5. Fiber Outlet Area 7. Fan Tray (with air filter ) 8. Hook Internal Use 12 . Fiber Spool 6. Ventilation Tunnel 4. Air damper 3. Interface Area 2.

Abundant access service: SDH/SONET(155M/622M/2. X-rate (34M-2. 80 channels in 3 racks.5G) TMUX function: 4x2. 40 channels in 2 racks.band full configuration Industry density: 160 channels in 6 racks. GE. Internal Use 13 . 2xGE. Built-in VOA in amplifier unit.5G.5G 3R function . 155M/622M/2. FEC and EFEC function.OptiX BWS 1600G OTM Layout C/L .5G/10G). SuperWDM is available. POS. Raman amplifier unit (optional). Built-in VOA in OTU/MUX/DeMUX (optional). Built-in OSA unit available.

 Non software/hardware interruption at network expansion. avoiding any manual interposition.  Optional ROPA to extend single hop. maintenance cost saving.OptiX BWS 1600G OLA Layout  One unified amplifier unit (OAU) : Reduce spare part.  IPA/APSD function against fiber cut-off.  Built-in VOA in OAU: Easy installation and maintenance.  Optional OLP for optical line protection. Internal Use 14 .

Internal Use 15 .OptiX BWS 1600G OADM Layout  Up to 16 channels can be added or dropped arbitrarily in serial OADM.  Band-filter OADM: low insert loss  Two OTMs back-to-back are equal to one parellel OADM.

Chapter 1 System Overview Chapter 2 System Structure Chapter 3 System Feature Chapter 4 System Application Chapter 5 Case Study Internal Use 16 .

Realizing up to 4000km transport without REGs or Raman amplifiers. Adopting SuperCRZ in transmitter to enhance the ULH capability of optical signal. G.655 fibers.652 . SuperWDM Transponders • SuperWDM realize long haul based on common DWDM equipment. OLA OLA SuperWDM Transponders Practical Solutions simplify long-haul network.Raman-free for LH SuperWDM reduce costs and enhance reliability based on technical revolution: Completely solves the distance problems of DWDM transport..Revolutionary SuperWDM Technology . • Perfect performance on all-type fiber: G.653 and G. Internal Use 17 . Upgrading multi-span networking capability.

Internal Use 18 . It can use ROPA,Raman and EDFA together.Ultra Long Single-Hop OA OA 200km transport OA OLA OA OptiX BWS 1600G enhances single-hop ability of up to 53dB. So it realizes network cost and maintenance cost saving.

Internal Use 19 .Efficient Optical Protection(Ⅰ) Industry-Unique Transponder Units Protection • 1:8 End to end wavelength protection. • Substantial network wavelength resource saving.

Efficient Optical Protection(Ⅱ) Dual-feed Selective-Receiving Local decision. Fast switch. Internal Use 20 . Protection against the fiber cable route’s failure . Processing and switching in OLP board.

Processing and switching in received transponder units. Fast switch(<50 ms). It is also availble for 1+1 transponder unit protection of certain important traffic. Internal Use 21 .Efficient Optical Protection(Ⅲ) 1+1 OTU Protection Dual-feed Selective-Receiving Local decision.

Providing a new option for synchronous transmission PDH Network Timing Signal Tx SDH Network Timing Signal Rx OptiX BWS 1600G •3 Timing signals transport simultaneously •On OSC by PDH mode •Adding/dropping at arbitrary nodes •1+1 equipment redundancy Internal Use 22 ..Industry-unique Timing Transport Function .

Depress EDFA gain competition.Optical Power Equalization Channel Power Channel Power Optical Equalization Station Pre-Equalization Gain Flattening Filter Optical Equalization: Pre-Equalization: built-in VOA inside transponders.. Gain Flattening Filter: inside EDFAs or in-line. Internal Use 23 . NMS-based adjustable. Enhances transport distance. Benefit : Optimizes channel OSNR. fixed. NMS-based adjustable.Optimizes Optical Performance: . Equalization station: for more than 10 OAs cascading.

Power. central wavelength and OSNR.. Internal Use 24 .Convenient Network Maintenance (Ⅰ) .Built-in Optical Spectrum Analyzer  Built-in OSA: Supports remote optical performance monitoring of channel wavelength.

Convenient Network Maintenance(Ⅱ) .  IPA function responds to fiber broken.VOA.AGC  Maintenance resource saving without any manual interruption: Automatically adjustable to fiber broken. ALC. APR. span loss changed or wavelength add/drop.  ALC function responds to span loss changed caused by external stress or fiber aging..  AGC function responds to wavelength add/drop Note: ALC: Auto Level Control Internal Use IPA: Intelligent Power Adjustment AGC:Auto Gain Control 25 .

providing original figure for system maintenance.Optical-Time-Domain-Reflectometer  Repair time saving : In case of fiber cut-off...Convenient Network Maintenance (Ⅲ) . Internal Use 26 . the operator can locate the break-point immediately  Built-in OTDR units support remote optical fiber performance monitoring of loss distribution and return-loss point distribution.

B2 and J0 byte check function provides quick error location to ensure whether the fault locates in SDH or DWDM system conveniently.Quick Error Location  B1. Internal Use 27 ..Convenient Network Maintenance (Ⅳ) .

Unified Network Management System 3210G OptiX BWS 320G 160  10G OptiX BWS 1600G OptiX iManager T2000/T2100/ONS SDH/ATM/IP 32λ OptiX Metro6100 10G/2.Network Maintenance(Ⅴ): ..5G OptiX 10G OptiX Metro3xxx Metro1xxx OptiX Metro3xxx OptiX 2500+ PON/APON OptiX Metro6040 Unified NMS saves NMS costs and human resources Internal Use 28 .

Chapter 1 System Overview Chapter 2 System Structure Chapter 3 System Feature Chapter 4 System Application Chapter 5 Case Study Internal Use 29 .

OptiX BWS 1600G Networking Application OptiX OTM OptiX OTM OptiX OTM OptiX OADM OptiX OTM Point-to-Point OptiX OTM OptiX OADM OptiX OADM Chain Ring OptiX OTM Internal Use 30 .

40×10Gb/s FEC: 10×22dB. 9×28dB.5Gb/s FEC: 10×22dB.9×33dB,(25~ 50)×22dB 800G C+L Band. 40×2. 100GHz spacing. 5×25dB. 100GHz spacing. 80×10Gb/s FEC: 10×22dB. 1×33dB。 400G C Band.OptiX BWS 1600G Span Performance 1600G C+L Band. 100G C Band. 6×27dB. 50GHz spacing. 5×25dB. 1×29dB, Raman + FEC:10×22dB. 1×33dB. 100GHz spacing. 6×25dB. SuperWDM + FEC: 15×28dB. 1×32dB. 160×10Gb/s: FEC: 7×20dB. 3×24dB. 2×34dB. Raman + FEC: 21×23dB. 1×38dB Internal Use 31 .

Chapter 1 System Overview Chapter 2 System Structure Chapter 3 System Feature Chapter 4 System Application Chapter 5 Case Study Internal Use 32 .

. Supporting built-in OSA and ALC function reduce OPEX dramatically. SuperWDM realizes 35% . including 39 stations.Adopting SuperWDM to Reduce cost Network Cost Comparison at Each Phase 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 Conventional DWDM Plan Phase 1 Phase 2 Wavelength 8 16 SuperWDM SuperWDM Cost Saving (vs Conventional DWDM) 35 % 40 % Phase 3 Phase 4 24 32 45 % 50 %    The backbone covers the main cities of France with total distance of 3311km. Internal Use 33 .France LDCOM National Backbone Network .50% network cost saving. Compared to other solutions.

  Existing fibers are with high loss. SuperWDM enhance system’s span loss budget and reduces REG. which challenge to transparent transport.. Internal Use 34 .Adopting SuperWDM at High Loss Fiber Legend: OTM OLA OADM SuperWDM Span  Total network distance is 5000km while SuperWDM span is about 1300km.Russia Rostelecom National Backbone : .

Established for the broadband IP traffic. including Paris and all the main cities of France. Internal Use 35 .France FREETELECOM National Backbone NANCY PARIS STRASBOURG RENNES NANTES LYON OTM-OTM OADM BOURDEAUX TOULOSE MONTPELLIER MARSEILLE This National Backbone. covers 77 stations with perimeter of 5700km.

South Ring: 5500km. Internal Use 36 . The longest DWDM network in China up to now.China NetCom National Backbone SHJZH Zhzh 492km BJ 328km 175km TJ 381km JN North Ring 601km 797km Raman Span: WH 461km 42km WH2 604km HF 205km NJ 390km ShH 462km NJ 214km JN-NJ: 797km CHSH-GZ: 918km SHZH-XM: 866km CHSH South Ring 918km 237km HZH 843km GZ 207km SHZH 866km 344km XM FZH NB OTM North Ring: 4500km.

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