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Ceragon in a Nutshell

Ceragon FibeAir Family

OA&M

Service Management

Carrier Ethernet Switch

Gigabit
Ethernet

Fast
Ethernet

TDM Cross Connect

ACM

XPIC

Native2 Radio
Ethernet + TDM

Multi
Radio

10-500Mbps, 7-56MHz

SD/FD

RFU (6-38GHz)
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Security

E1/T1

Ch-STM1/
OC3
Terminal
Mux

RFUs

FibeAir RFU-HP
D

FibeAir RFU-HS

FibeAir RFU-P

FibeAir RFU-

Standard power

High power
(e.g. Smaller antennas reduced cost)

FibeAir RFU-C

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Where we are
ISPs
Fixed
Networks

Cabl
e TV

Cellular
Backhaul

Rural Access

PDH
xDSL
Subscrib
ers

IP DSLAM

IP/ETH
Customer
Network
SDH/SONET
RING

PSTN
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Main features

Unique Adaptive Coding & Modulation (ACM)


Enhanced radio efficiency and capacity for Ethernet traffic
Integrated Carrier Ethernet switching functionality
Enhanced QoS for differentiated services
Supported configurations

1+0
1+1 HSB Fully-redundant!
Nodal solution with ring
Extensive and secure management solution

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Integrated Carrier Ethernet switch


3 modes for Ethernet switching:

Metro switch Carrier Ethernet switching is enabled


Managed Switch 802.1 L2 switch
Smart pipe Carrier Ethernet switching is disabled
Only a single Ethernet interface is enabled for user traffic
The unit operates as a point-to-point Ethernet MW radio
IP-10

IP-10

Ethernet
User
Interfaces

Radio
interface

Ethernet
User
Interface

Radio
interface

Carrier Ethernet
Switch

Smart pipe mode

Metro/Managed switch mode

Extensive Carrier Ethernet feature-set


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Radio capacity - ETSI


7MHz

28MHz

14MHz

ACM
Point

Modulation

# of
E1s

Ethernet
Capacity
(Mbps)

ACM
Point

Modulation

# of
E1s

Ethernet
Capacity
(Mbps)

QPSK

9.5 13.5

QPSK

20 - 29

8 PSK

14 20

8 PSK

12

29 - 41

16 QAM

19 28

16 QAM

16

42 - 60

32 QAM

10

24 34

32 QAM

16

49 70

64 QAM

12

28 40

64 QAM

16

57 82

128 QAM

13

32 46

128 QAM

16

69 - 98

256 QAM

16

38 54

256 QAM

16

81 - 115

256 QAM

16

42 60

256 QAM

16

87 - 125

40MHz

56MHz

ACM
Point

Modulation

# of
E1s

Ethernet
Capacity
(Mbps)

ACM
Point

Modulation

# of
E1s

Ethernet
Capacity
(Mbps)

ACM
Point

Modulation

# of
E1s

Ethernet
Capacity
(Mbps)

QPSK

16

38 - 54

QPSK

16

56 - 80

QPSK

16

76 - 109

8 PSK

16

53 - 76

8 PSK

16

82 - 117

8 PSK

16

114 - 163

16 QAM

16

77 - 110

16 QAM

16

122 - 174

16 QAM

16

151 - 217

32 QAM

16

103 - 148

32 QAM

16

153 - 219

32 QAM

16

202 - 288

64 QAM

16

127 - 182

64 QAM

16

188 - 269

64 QAM

16

251 - 358

128 QAM

16

156 - 223

128 QAM

16

214 - 305

128 QAM

16

301 - 430

256 QAM

16

167 - 239

256 QAM

16

239 - 342

256 QAM

16

350 - 501

256 QAM

16

183 - 262

256 QAM

16

262 - 374

256 QAM

16

372 - 531

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Wireless Carrier Ethernet Ring


Example configuration (1+0 ring)
N x GE/FE

N x GE/FE

N x GE/FE

Wireless
Carrier Ethernet
Ring

(up to 500Mbps)

Integrated Ethernet
Switching

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N x GE/FE

Native2 Microwave Radio Technology


At the heart of the IP-10 solution is Ceragon's market-leading Native 2 microwave

technology.
With this technology, the microwave carrier supports native IP/Ethernet traffic together with
optional native PDH.
Neither traffic type is mapped over the other, while both dynamically share the same overall
bandwidth.
This unique approach allows you to plan and build optimal all-IP or hybrid TDM-IP backhaul
networks which make it ideal for any RAN (Radio Access Network)

In addition, Native2 ensures:


Very low link latency of <0.15 msecs @ 400 Mbps.
Very low overhead mapping for both ETH & TDM traffic
High precision native TDM synchronization distribution

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NG-SDH/SONET complementary solution


Carrier Ethernet at the access, NG-SDH/SONET at the aggregation
Carrier Ethernet (MW links)

SDH/SONET (Hybrid Fiber/MW)

Native Ethernet

Ethernet over SDH/SONET

Hub
Site

FE/GE

Tail site

GE

RNC

GE

FibeAir
IP-10

FibeAir
IP-10

NG-SDH
MSPP

NG-SDH
MSPP

Core
Site

Ethernet
Ethernet services
services are
are
transported
natively
transported natively
over
over Carrier
Carrier Ethernet
Ethernet
based
based MW
MW radio
radio
links.
links.

NG-SDH/SONET
NG-SDH/SONET MSPP
MSPP
node
acts
as
gateway
node acts as gateway
between
between the
the Carrier
Carrier
Ethernet
Ethernet and
and NGNGSDH/SONET
based
SDH/SONET based
networks.
networks.

Ethernet
Ethernet services
services
are
are mapped
mapped over
over
SDH/SONET
SDH/SONET

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SDH/SONET
SDH/SONET MW
MW
links
links are
are used
used where
where
fiber
connections
fiber connections not
not
available
available

IP/MPLS complementary solution


Carrier Ethernet at the access, IP/MPLS at the aggregation
Carrier Ethernet (MW links)

IP/MPLS (Hybrid Fiber/MW)

Native Ethernet

Ethernet PWs or IP routing

Hub
Site

FE/GE

Tail site

GE

RNC

GE

FibeAir
IP-10

FibeAir
IP-10

MPLS
Router

MPLS
Router

Core
Site

Ethernet
Ethernet services
services are
are
transported
natively
transported natively
over
over Carrier
Carrier Ethernet
Ethernet
based
based MW
MW radio
radio
links.
links.

IP/MPLS edge router


IP/MPLS
edge between
router
acts
as gateway
acts
as
gateway
between
the Carrier Ethernet
and
the Carrier
Ethernet and
IP/MPLS
based
IP/MPLS based
networks.
networks.

Both
Both Ethernet
Ethernet and
and
E1/T1
E1/T1 services
services are
are
mapped
over
MPLS
mapped over MPLS
using
using pseudo-wires
pseudo-wires
or
routed
or routed using
using IP
IP

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High-capacity
High-capacity IP/MPLSIP/MPLSaware"
Ethernet
aware" Ethernet MW
MW
radio
radio is
is used
used where
where fiber
fiber
connections
not
connections not
available
available

integrated QoS support - overview


4 CoS/priority queues per switch port
Advanced CoS/priority classification based
on L2/L3 header fields:

Priority Queues

Source Port
VLAN 802.1p
VLAN ID
IPv4 DSCP/TOS, IPv6 TC
Highest priority to BPDUs

W1 - Highest priority

Classify
Arrivals

Advanced ingress traffic rate-limiting

Scheduling
departures

W3

per CoS/priority
Flexible scheduling scheme per port

Strict priority (SP)


Weighted Round Robin (WRR)
Hybrid any combination of SP & WRR

W2

W4 lowest priority

Shaping per port


Support differentiated Ethernet services
with SLA assurance
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IEEE 802.1ag CFM (Connectivity Fault Management)

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A Nodal Solution

Cellular
traffic
(TDM)

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STM
Ring
s

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A Nodal Solution

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IP-10G VS. IP-10R1


Feature
Supported radio configurations
XPIC option

1+0, 1+1 HSB, 1+1 SD

G-Series
1+0, 1+1 HSB, 1+1 SD, 2+0 with XPIC
2+2 HSB with XPIC

NO

Yes

Max radio capacity

500Mbps

500Mbps
1Gbps using 2+0/XPIC

Multi-radio support

NO

Yes

5 x FE RJ-45+
1 x GE RJ-45 + 1 GbE SFP

5 x FE RJ-45+
2 x GE combo (RJ-45/SFP)

Yes

Yes

16 E1, 16 T1, None

16 E1, 16T1, None

# of E1/T1s per radio carrier

16

84

T-Card slot (additional 16 E1/T1 interfaces or


STM1/OC3 Mux)

NO

Yes

Nodal/XC/SNCP support

NO

Yes

SyncU

NO

Yes

# of Ethernet interfaces
Full Carrier Ethernet switching
feature-set including ring protection
# of E1/T1 integrated IDU interfaces option

V.11/RS232 User Channel option


Link Aggregation

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IP-10R1

Single channel
(Asynchronous RS-232 / V.11.)
NO

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2 x Async V.11/RS232 or
1 x Sync V.11
Yes

IP-10G VS. IP-10R1


Feature

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IP-10R1

G-Series

RSTP (RING) with QinQ

NO

Yes

Dual Power Feed

NO

Yes

Floating IP

NO

Yes

MAC Aging Timer

Yes

Yes

ACM Low Latency Scripts

Yes

Yes

3.5 MHZ scripts

Yes

Yes

Radio Disabling

NO

Yes

QoS

Yes

Enhanced

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Outdoor Enclosures Solution Benefits


Full Outdoor solution:

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Dust and weather proof


Compact size reduces the cost of leasing or
purchasing rack space.
Ideal for Greenfield areas, at solar-powered sites,
and at repeater sites adjacent to highways.
One-man installation and shorter cabling reduce
installation costs.
Environment-friendly: Greener deployments, saving
on power and air-conditioning costs.

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Higher Spectral-Efficiency
Whats in it for The Operator?

Typical

IP10

Microwave Radio

Microwave Radio

Required
Capacity
155-200Mbps

TWO radio links


or
56MHz channel
bandwidth

ONE radio link


using
28MHz channel
bandwidth

Required
Capacity
70-100Mbps

28MHz
Channel Bandwidth

14MHz
Channel Bandwidth

The operator saves CAPEX


and free-up valuable frequency
resources
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Higher Spectral-Efficiency is not enough


Ant.
Diameter

Radio Type

Length

Modulati
on

Capacit
y
32 x E1s

Typical System
Gain

1.80 m

30 Km

16QAM

Typical System
Gain

1.80 m

21 Km

128QAM

STM1/OC-3

Typical System
Gain

3.00 m

30 Km

128QAM

STM1/OC-3

High
System
High
System
Gain
Gain

1.80 m

30 km

128QAM

STM1/OC-3

Spectral Efficiency
should always be
System
coupledGain
with
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Ceragons Management Overview

IP-10
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FibeAir

Tree Topology

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