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PASOLINK V4 LCT Training ManualNEC Cooperation

CONTENTSPart1 Part2 Part3 LCT CONNECTION LCT CONNECTION ALL MENUS ALL MENUS ITEMS MEANING IN MENUS ITEMS MEANING IN MENUS & HOW TO USE IT & HOW TO USE IT

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TARGETS KNOW HOW TO LOGIN LCT KNOW ITEMS MEANING IN MENUS KNOW HOW TO USE ITEMS IN MENUS

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LCT CONNECTION (1) The Pasolink equipment can be configured controlled and monitored locally using the Local Craft Terminal (LCT). Using the LCT it is possible to monitor the local Indoor Unit and related Out Door Unit A personal computer can be used as the LCT and terminal software like windows Hyper terminal can be used to communicate with the IDU. The terminal software, communications parameters should be set as follows Bits per second 9600 Data bits 8 Parity None Stop bits 2 Flow Control Hardware Emulation VT100 Video Terminal Transmission Add CR/LE at end of line: yes Local Echo: No (Send line ends with line feeds: yes)* (Echo typed characters locally: No)* Receiving CR : No Return to the right edge : Yes Force incoming data to 7-bit ASCII: No (Append line feed to incoming line feeds :no)* (Force incoming data to 7-bit ASCII: No)* (Wrap lines that exceed terminal width: Yes)* * Settings for Windows Hyper Terminal

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LCT CONNECTION (2) The Remote Pasolink equipment (opposite station ) can be configured controlled and monitored from the local IDU using the Local Craft Terminal (LCT). Connect the LCT to the NMS/RA port. Using the LCT it is possible to monitor the Remote Indoor Unit and related Out Door Unit Remote configuring/monitoring is not possible when the PM card is mounted or during HBER alarm condition. A personal computer can be used as the LCT and terminal software like windows Hyper terminal can be used to communicate with the IDU. The terminal software, communications parameters should be set as follows:

Bits per second 9600 Data bits 8 Parity None Stop bits 2 Flow Control Hardware Emulation VT100 Video Terminal Transmission Add CR/LE at end of line: yes Local Echo: No (Send line ends with line feeds: yes)* (Echo typed characters locally: No)* Receiving CR : No Return to the right edge : Yes Force incoming data to 7-bit ASCII: No (Append line feed to incoming line feeds :no)* (Force incoming data to 7-bit ASCII: No)* (Wrap lines that exceed terminal width: Yes)* * Settings for Windows Hyper Terminal

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HYPER-TERMINAL SETTING

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LCT--MENUS1.Bit rate (16x2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status 3. AIS SEND alarm/status 4. TX/RX frequency 5. TX power ctrl 6. Main channel usage 1-16 7. BER alarm threshold 8. Frame ID 9. WS channel usage 10. DSC1 11. DSC2 12. DEM invert 13. Alarm table 14. Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit 1. MAINT 2. FE loop back ctrl 1-16 3. NE loop back ctrl 1-16 4. BER ALM >> AIS 5. CW 6. Power mute 7. ATPC manual ctrl 00. Menu 99. Exit 1. to 5. same as 1+0 6. Power mute1 7. Power mute2 8. TX SW ctrl 9. RX SW ctrl 10. ATPC manual ctrl 00. & 99. same as 1+0 1. Monitoring voltage 2. Monitoring voltage (con mode) 3. Alarm/Status 4. Inventory 00. Menu 99. Exit 1. ATPC/MTPC 2. MTPC TX power 3. ATPC TX power range 4. ODU ALM mode 5. RX threshold 00. Menu 99. Exit 1.Thoughtput 2.Mode 3.Flow ctrl 4.Framing 5.CAS 6.CRC 7.Collion Report 00.Menu 99.Exit INPUT LOSS AIS RCVD AIS SEND OUTPUT LOSS WS INPUT LOSS WS AIS RCVD WS AIS SEND WS OUTPUT LOSS LAN INTFC ALM TX CLK LOSS RX CLK LOSS FSYNC ALM HIGH BER ALM LOW BER ALM BER ALM MOD ALM DEM ALM OPR ALM TX PWR ALM RX LEV ALM APC 1 ALM APC2 ALM IF INPUT ALM MAINT TX SEL RX S EL MDP CPU ALM

TX power ctrl

Setting

Alarm Table

Port setting

Password: Password Change:

LAN setting

Next Item

1. System configuration 2. LAN setting 3. Channel usage error 00. Menu 99. Exit

1. Port1 setting 2. Port2 setting 3. FE link down 00. Menu 99. Exit

1.Setting 2.Maintenance 3.Monitoring 4.Exit(1+0)

Maintenance Maintenance Monitoring

TX power :*.** RX level :*.**

Manufactured date

(1+1)

Software version Bit rate Option module Manufactured date Software version Bit rate RF band

Sub band

INPUT LOSS 1-16 CHANNEL USAGE ERROR 1-16 AIS RCVD 1-16 AIS SEND 1-16 OUTPUT LOSS 1-16 LAN INTFC ALM WS INPUT LOSS WS AIS RCVD WS AIS SEND WS OUTPUT LOSS TX CLK LOSS RX CLK LOSS FSYNC ALM HIGH BER ALM LOW BER ALM BER ALM MOD ALM DEM ALM MDP CPU ALM

IDU

Start frequency Shift frequency PASOLINKSerial number Introduction

IDU ODU

TX PWR ALM RX LEV ALM APC 1 ALM APC2 ALM IF INPUT ALM MUTE TX FREQ CH RX FREQ CH

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LCT MAIN MENU Connect the LCT PC to the IDU LA Port or RA port using a RS232-C cable. Open the communication software ( eg. HyperTerminal). Press the CTRL and D keys at the same time LCT MAIN MENU LCT main menu has the following main functions. Setting: Local configuration of IDU and ODU Maintenance: IDU and ODU maintenance functions Monitoring: Pasolink Alarm / Status Monitoring function From the LCT main menu and sub-menus select 99. EXIT to close the LCT program. From the sub menus, select 00.Menu to display the LCT main menu After data is entered to cancel or go back to higher level menu, press ESC

Password :******** Change Password? (No:0/Yes:1) :1 New Password :******** New Password (Re-enter) : * * * * * * * * 1. Setting 2. Maintenance 3. Monitoring 99. Exit Select Function No. :

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SETTING MENU SETTING menu is used to Configure/setup the Pasolink IDU and ODU locally. Current setting for each menu item is shown in brackets. Press 1 and EnterSetting 1. Bit rate (1 6x2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (alarm) 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (alarm) 4. TX/RX frequency (4ch) 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 (used: UUNN NNNN UUNN NNNN) 7. BER alarm threshold (10-3) 8. Frame ID (1) 9. WS channel usage (on) 1 0.DSC1 (232) 11 .DSC2 (232) 12.DEM invert (off) 13.Alarm table 14.Next items 00.Menu 99.Exit Select Item No. : 9

1. Setting 2. Maintenance 3. Monitoring 4. Exit Select Function No:

Note: The Items shown on the Setting menu depends on the optional hardware mounted and the configuration.

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BIT RATE SETTING1. Bit rate (transmission capacity) Press 1 and Enter Setting 1. Bit rate (1 6x2MB) (4x2MB) Bit rate (2x2:0 / 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (alarm) 4x2:1 / 8x2:2 / 16x2:3) : 2 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (alarm) Changing the bit rate will cause 4. TX/RX frequency (4ch) 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) temporary communication 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 (used: UUNN loss until the bit rate of the NNNN UUNN NNNN) opposite site is changed. 7. BER alarm threshold (10-3) 8. Frame ID (1) The buzzer may be issued until 9. WS channel usage (on) then. 1 0.DSC1 (232) 11 .DSC2 (232) Press any key to continue ... Press 12.DEM invert (off) ESC key to quit 13.Alarm table 14.Next items Two types of IDUs: 00.Menu Fixed bit rate(4x2MB) : the bit rate is automatically detected 99.Exit and set in IDU. Select Item No. :Note: The IDU has two type of 2Mb input connections. 75 ohm unbalance or 120 ohm balanced . PASOLINK IntroductionVariable bit rate : the selection is 2MBx2, 2MBx4, 2MBx8 or 2MBx16 . Enter the number corresponding to the bit rate required and press the ENTER key 10

ALARM INDICATION SIGNAL (AIS) SETTING

Setting 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (status) 1. Bit rate (1 6x2MB) Press 2 and Enter 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (status) AIS RCVD alarm/status Press 3 and Enter 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (status) (status:0 /alarm :1) 4. TX/RX frequency (4ch) 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (alarm) 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 (used: UUNN NNNN UUNN NNNN) AIS SEND alarm/status 7. BER alarm threshold (10-3) (status:0 /alarm :1 ) 8. Frame ID (1) 9. WS channel usage (on) Note: 1 0.DSC1 (232) When AIS SEND is set to alarm , and AIS is sent out 11 .DSC2 (232) the front panel IDU alarm LED lights. When AIS 12.DEM invert (off) SEND is set to status and AIS is sent out, no 13.Alarm table alarm indication is initiated. 14.Next items 00. Menu When AIS RCVD is set to alarm , on reception of AIS 99. Exit the front panel IDU alarm LED lights. When AIS Select Item No. : RCVD is set to status on reception of AIS no alarm indication is initiated.PASOLINK Introduction 11

TX/RX FREQUENCY SETTINGSetting 1. Bit rate (1 6x2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (status) 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (status) Press 4 and Enter 4. TX/RX frequency (4ch) 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 (used: UUNN NNNN UUNN NNNN) 7. BER alarm threshold (10-3) 8. Frame ID (1) 9. WS channel usage (on) 1 0.DSC1 (232) 11 .DSC2 (232) 12.DEM invert (off) 13.Alarm table 14.Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select Item No. :This menu item is used to configure the ODU transmit and receive frequencies. The ODU frequency band information is shown in the label attached to it.

4. TX/RX Frequency (4ch) TX/RX frequency (0-255ch):1 1+0 or 1+1 Hot Standby Configuration 4. TX/RX Frequency ( No.1:4ch/No.2:10ch) 1. No.1 TX/RX Frequency (4ch) 2. No.2 TX/RX Frequency (10ch) 1+1 Twin Path Configuration

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TX POWER CONTROL (1)Setting 1. Bit rate (1 6x2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (status) Press 5 and Enter 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (status) TX power ctrl (ATPC) 4. TX/RX frequency (4ch) 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) 1. ATPC/MTPC (ATPC) 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 (used: UUNN NNNN 2. MTPC TX power (0dB) UUNN NNNN) 7. BER alarm threshold (10-3) 3. ATPC TX power range (MAX : 0dB / MIN : -30dB) 8. Frame ID (1) 4. ODU ALM mode (hold) 9. WS channel usage (on) 5. RX threshold (-55dBm) 1 0.DSC1 (232) 11 .DSC2 (232) 00. Menu 12.DEM invert (off) 99. Exit 13.Alarm table Select Item No. 14.Next items 00. Menu 99. ExitSelect Item No. :

1. ATPC/MTPC (ATPC) ATPC/MTPC (MTPC:0 / ATPC:1) :0

2.MTPC TX power (0dB) MTPC TX power (-30 to 0dB) :-5

MTPC TX PWR defines the ODU output power in MTPC mode. The value entered is the attenuation level in dB from the maximum ODU output power.

3. ATPC TX power range (MAX :0 to /MIN:-15 dB):-5 Min power(-30 to -5dB):-20

ATPC/MTPC MODE SELECTIONThis menu item select the TX PWR Control mode to be used.ATPC range defines the maximum and minimum transmission power during the ATPC operation.

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TX POWER CONTROL (2)Press 5 and Enter4. ODU ALM mode (hold) Setting 1. Bit rate (1 6x2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (status) 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (status) 4. TX/RX frequency (4ch) 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 (used: UUNN NNNN UUNN NNNN) 7. BER alarm threshold (10-3) 8. Frame ID (1) 9. WS channel usage (on) 1 0.DSC1 (232) 11 .DSC2 (232) 12.DEM invert (off) 13.Alarm table 14.Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select Item No. : 5 TX power ctrl (ATPC) 1. ATPC/MTPC (ATPC) 2. MTPC TX power (0dB) 3. ATPC TX power range (MAX : 0dB / MIN : -30dB) 4. ODU ALM mode (hold) 5. RX threshold (-55dBm) 00. Menu 99. Exit Select Item No.: 4 5. RX threshold (-55dBm) ODU ALM mode (MAX: 0/min:1/hold:hold:2):1

RX threshold(-80 to -30 55dBm) RX THRESHOLD When the monitored RX signal level falls below this level, a control signal is sent to the opposite station to initiate the ATPC function

ODU ALARM MODE This menu item defines the ODU transmit power level when ATPC control communication between IDU and ODU fails. In MTPC mode this setting is ignored

MAX: Power is controlled to ATPC Max level MIN : Power is controlled to ATPC Min level HOLD: Power is maintained at current level 14

From the TX power ctrl menu, select [5] and press Enter.

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MAIN CHANNEL USAGESetting 1. Bit rate (1 6x2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (status) Main channel usage 1-16 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (status) ( 1:used 2:not used 3:not used 4: not used 5:N/A 6:N/A 7:N/A 4. TX/RX frequency (4ch) Press 6 and Enter 8:N/A 9:N/A 10:N/A 11:N/A 12:N/A 13:N/A 14:N/A 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) 15:N/A 16:N/A ) 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 (used: UNNN #### #### ####) Select channel No. :2 7. BER alarm threshold (10-3) Channel 2 (used: 0/not used;1):0 8. Frame ID (1) Select the channel number and select: 9. WS channel usage (on) 1 0.DSC1 (232) 0 and Enter to use the channel for E1 transmission 11 .DSC2 (232) 1 and Enter not to use the channel for E1 transmission. 12.DEM invert (off) 13.Alarm table 14.Next items 00. Menu N/A indicates the channels that are not available for E1 transmission due to 99. Exit 10/100 Base-T LAN assignment or hardware restrictions Select Item No. : 5#: Indicates the channels that are restricted by hardware limitations, bit rate setting or selected for LAN signal transmission. U: Indicates when the channel is used for E1 transmission. N: Indicates when the channel is not used. Inhibits alarm. The variable bit rate type IDUs are either 16MB/s or 32Mb/s rate. In 16Mb/s type the selection is 2MBx2, 2MBx4 or 2MBx8 and 32Mb/s type the selection is 2MBx2, 2MBx4, 2MBx8 or 2MBx16. The display will show the rate selection accordingly.

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BER ALM POINT & FRAME ID8. Frame ID(2) Input ID No. (0-7): 1 Setting 1. Bit rate (1 6x2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (status) 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (status) 4. TX/RX frequency (4ch) 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 (used: UNNN #### #### ####) 7. BER alarm threshold (10-3) 8. Frame ID (1) 9. WS channel usage (on) 1 0.DSC1 (232) 11 .DSC2 (232) 12.DEM invert (off) 13.Alarm table 14.Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select Item No. : 5 PASOLINK Introduction Press 8 and Enter FRAME ID Select item No.This item defines the Frame ID of the transmit/receive signal. The Frame ID is used at the receive station to identify the correct receive signal. As a signal with a different Frame ID cannot be received, the Frame ID of the opposite station should be set to the same ID number. In the (1+1) Hot standby system, both No.1 and No.2 channels should have the same Frame ID. The number of Frame IDs, which can be set, is eight (ID0 to ID7).

7. BER alarm threshold (10-4) BER alarm threshold (10-3:0 / 104:1 / 10-5:2 / 10-6:3) : Press 7 and Enter

BER ALARM THRESHOLD When excessive BER is detected, the IDU insert AIS into the data streams sent to the MUX equipment. Threshold value for AIS insertion can be selected as 1 x 10-3, 1 x 10-4, 1 x 10-5 or 1 x10-6.

DSC ASSIGNMENTSetting 1. Bit rate (1 6x2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (status) 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (status) 4. TX/RX frequency (4ch) 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 (used: UNNN #### #### ####) 7. BER alarm threshold (10-3) 8. Frame ID (1) 9. WS channel usage (on) 1 0.DSC1 (232) 11 .DSC2 (232) 12.DEM invert (off) 13.Alarm table 14.Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select Item No. : 5 DSC1 default setting is 9.6Kbps RS232C interface. A 64Kbps G703 interface card or V11 interface card are available as an option.PASOLINK Introduction 17

10. DSC1 (232) DSC1( 232:0 / 64k: 1 ): 0 Press 10 and Enter Press 11 and Enter

11. DSC2 (232) DSC2( 232:0 / 422:1 / 485(TERM):/485 ( NON TERM): :3):0 DSC2 can be used as a 9.6Kbps interface with RS232C / RS 422 / RS485 interface selectable.

Pasolink V4 uses six service channels in its radio overhead frame as shown in the table.

WS CHANNEL USAGE & DEM INVERTSetting 1. Bit rate (1 6x2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (status) 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (status) 4. TX/RX frequency (4ch) 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 (used: UNNN #### #### ####) 7. BER alarm threshold (10-3) 8. Frame ID (1) 9. WS channel usage (on) 1 0.DSC1 (232) 11 .DSC2 (232) 12.DEM invert (off) 13.Alarm table 14.Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select Item No. : 5 WS CHANNEL USAGE The WS option is applicable only on the 16x2 MB system with WS INTFC mounted. In this case if WS E1 channel is not used, set this to not use inhibit alarms. When the WS INTFC module (optional) is not mounted, this menu item is not displayed. 9. WS channel usage (not used) WS Channel usage (used:0 / not used:1) : 0 12.DEM invert (off) DEM invert (off:0 / on:1) : DEM INVERT When the ODU receive signal is down converted the signal sent to the IDU may have a normal or inverted spectrum.

Note: 8GHz 728MHz shift-E7426B / E9747B,F 7GHz 161MHz shift-G6583A,B / G6584A,B 7GHz 154MHz shift-G6583E,F / G6584E,F 8GHz all Types G6585,G6586,G3362,G3363PASOLINK Introduction 18

For the listed ODUs select DEM invert ON

ALARM TABLESetting 1. Bit rate (1 6x2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (status) 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (status) 4. TX/RX frequency (4ch) 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 (used: UUNN NNNN UUNN NNNN) 7. BER alarm threshold (10-3) 8. Frame ID (1) 9. WS channel usage (on) 1 0.DSC1 (232) 11 .DSC2 (232) 12.DEM invert (off) 13.Alarm table 14.Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select Item No. : 5 This menu item defines the external relay outputs. The alarms are sent out through four relays(1 +0) or six relays(1 +1). Multiple alarms can be assigned to any relay and alarms can be assigned to multiple relays. C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 1.INPUT LOSS OUT OUT --- --- --- --2.AIS RCVD --- --- --- --- --- --3.AIS SEND --- --- --- --- --- --4.OUTPUT LOSS --- --- OUT OUT --- --5.TX CLK LOSS OUT --- --- --- --- --- --larm table 2/3 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 9.FSYNC ALM1 --- --- OUT --- --- --11.HIGH BER ALM1 --- --- OUT --- --- --12.HIGH BER ALM2 --- --- --- OUT --- --13.LOW BER ALM1 --- --- --- --- --- --15.BER ALM --- --- OUT --- OUT --17.MOD ALM1 OUT --- --- --- --- --19.DEM ALM1 --- --- OUT --- --- --21.OPR ALM1 OUT --- OUT --- --- --23.TX PWR ALM OUT --- --- --- --- --25.RX LEV ALM1 --- --- OUT --- --- --------33.MAINT MASK MASK MASK MASK MASK OUT19

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NEXT ITEMS MENUSetting 1. Bit rate (1 6x2MB) 2. AIS RCVD alarm/status (status) 3. AIS SEND alarm/status (status) 4. TX/RX frequency (4ch) 5. TX power ctrl (ATPC) 6. Main channel usage 1 - 16 (used: UUNN NNNN UUNN NNNN) 7. BER alarm threshold (10-3) 8. Frame ID (1) 9. WS channel usage (on) 1 0.DSC1 (232) 11 .DSC2 (232) 12.DEM invert (off) 13.Alarm table 14.Next items 00. Menu 99. Exit Select Item No. : 5 Press 14 and EnterNext item 1.System configuration 2. LAN setting 3. Channel usage error 00. Menu 99. Exit Select Item No. : 5

Press 1 and Enter 1. System Configuration (Hot standby) System configuration (1+0 expandable: 0 / Hot standby: 1/ Twin path: 2) System Configuration menu item appears only in (1+1) systems.

Press 3 and Enter 1.

Channel usage error (not report)

Channel usage error (report: 0 / not report :1); 0 When a main channel or WS channel is selected as not used, and the 2MB or WS interface detects a 2MB signal at the input, This item defines whether to report or not to report this condition as an alarm event.

(1+0) expandable configuration is selected when in an (1+1) hardware configuration only one channel IDU and ODU is equipped or used. Other channel alarms are inhibited. (1+1) Hot standby only one channel is transmitted at a time but receive from both channels and select one. (1+1) Twin Path both channels transmit andPASOLINK Introduction use two different frequencies. 20

NEXT ITEMS MENU-LAN SETTINGThroughout = 2MB Framing = ON1.Thoughtput 2.Mode 3.Flow ctrl 4.Framing 5.CAS 6.CRC 7.Collion Report 00.Menu 99.Exit

Throughput setting

0. Disable 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 2M 4M 8M 16M 32M

Port setting

Next item 1.System configuration 2. LAN setting 3. Channel usage error 00. Menu 99. Exit Select Item No. : 5

LAN setting

1. Port1 setting 2. Port2 setting 3. FE link down 00. Menu 99. Exit

Throughout = 2MB Framing = OFF Port setting Port setting1.Thoughtput 2.Mode 3.Flow ctrl 4.Framing 5.Collion Report 00.Menu 99.Exit 0. AUTONEG (Auto-MDI/MDIX) 1.10M-Half (MDI) 2.10M-Full (MDI) 3.100M-Half (MDI) 4.100M Full (MDI) 5 .10M-Half (MDIX) 6.10M-Full (MDIX) 7.100M-Half (MDIX) 8.100M Full (MDIX) 00. Menu 99. Exit

Mode Setting

Throughout > 2MB1.Thoughtput 2.Mode 3.Flow ctrl 4.Collion Report 00.Menu 99.Exit

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Applicable Traffic Channels - 1

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Applicable Traffic Channels - 2

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LAN PORT SETTING (1)1. LAN setting 1.Port1 setting (2M) 2.Port2 setting (disable) 3.FE link down (enable) 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. : Press 1 or 2 and Enter1. Port 1 setting

Select the rate for each LAN Ports, Depending on the selection the No. of channels for E1 data are decided. See the table in the next page.

1. Throughput (disable) Throughput (disable:0 / 2M:1 / 4M:2 / 8M:3 / 16M:4 / 32M:5) :1 3. Flow Ctrl (off) Flow ctrl (off: 0/ on:1):1 4. Framing (off) Framing ( off : 0 / on : 1 ) : 5. CAS (off) CSC( off: 0/ on: 1) Select whether to use flow control or not

1. Throughput (2M) 2 .Mode (AUTONEG(AUTO-MDI/MDIX)) 3. Flow ctrl (off) 4. Framing (on) 5. CAS (on) 6. CRC (on) 7. Collision report (report) 00. Menu 99. Exit

Select whether to use Framing or not. Applies only when 2M is selected as throughput for the Port. Applies when Port throughput is set to 2MB with Framing ON. If CAS is ON LAN data is also sent in TS16. IF CAS is off then LAN data is not sent in TS16. PASOLINK Introduction 24

LAN PORT SETTING (2)1. LAN setting 1.Port1 setting (2M) 2.Port2 setting (disable) 3.FE link down (enable) 00. Menu 99. Exit Select item No. : Press 1 or 2 and Enter Applies when Port throughput is set to 2MB with Framing ON. 6. CRC (off) CRC( off: 0/ on: 1) 1. Port 1 setting 1. Throughput (2M) 2 .Mode (AUTONEG(AUTO-MDI/MDIX)) 3. Flow ctrl (off) 4. Framing (on) 5. CAS (on) 6. CRC (on) 7. Collision report (report) 00. Menu 99. Exit

3. FE link down (disable) FE link down (disable :0 / enable :1): 2. Mode (10M-HALF(MDI))

Mode AUTONEG (AUTO -MDI/MDIX) :0 7. Collision report (report) Collision Report( report :0 / not report : 1) 10M-HALF(MDI) :1 / 10M-FULL(MDI) :2 100M-HALF(MDI) :3 / 100M-FULL(MDI) :4 10M-HALF(MDIX) :5 / 10M-FULL(MDIX) :6 1 00M-HALF(MDIX):7 / 1 00M-FULL(MDIX):8 Select No. :2

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MAINTENANCE1. Setting 2. Maintenance 3. Monitoring 4. Exit Select Function No:To display the Maintenance menu, press [2] and [Enter] from the LCT main menu. The first item in the maintenance menu shows the status of the maintenance mode (Normal or MAINT). The Maintenance Menu is used to carry out the following functions. Maintenance ON/OFF Far end loop back Near end loop back Transmit CW carrier Stop Transmission (Mute) BER AIS insertion ON/OFF TX and RX manual switching(1+1) Manual ATPC control

Maintenance 1. MAINT (NORM) 2. FE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 3. NE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 4. BER ALM >> AIS (on) 5. CW (off) 6. Power mute1 (off) 7. Power mute2 (off) 8. TX SW ctrl (AUTO) 9. RX SW ctrl (AUTO) 10. ATPC manual ctrl (off) 00. Menu 99. ExitThe maintenance items 7, 8, and 9 applies to (1+ 1) configuration If TX power control mode is MTPC menu item 10 is not displayed MAINT (Normal:0 / MAINT:1) : 0 When the maintenance mode is on, or any of the maintenance control items are on, the front panel MAINT LED (amber) lights. PASOLINK Introduction 26

FE LOOP-BACKMaintenance 1. MAINT (NORM) 2. FE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 3. NE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 4. BER ALM >> AIS (on) 5. CW (off) 6. Power mute1 (off) 7. Power mute2 (off) 8. TX SW ctrl (AUTO) 9. RX SW ctrl (AUTO) 10. ATPC manual ctrl (off) 00. Menu 99. Exit 2. FE loop back ctrl 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): 0 Press: [1] and [Enter] to switch Loopback on [0] and [Enter] to switch Loopback of 2. FE loop back ctrl 1-16 ( ctrl:*--# --z---- ---- ) (ans : *--- ---- ---- ---- ) This menu is used to create a Far End loopback at the main interface of the opposite station IDU. Press [2] and [Enter] from the Maintenance Menu to display the FE Loopback control menu. The FE Loopback status of channels 1 to 16 are displayed. Select the channel No: to be controlled and press Enter.

* An asterisk on the cont line indicates that the loopback control is sent to the selected channel * An asterisk on the ans line indicates that the loopback control was successfully carried out on the selected channel z A z on the cont line indicates that the loopback control was initiated from the opposite station IDU # E1 channel is inhibited by hardware restrictions or LAN signal transmission usage PASOLINK Introduction 27

NE LOOP-BACKMaintenance 1. MAINT (NORM) 2. FE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 3. NE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 4. BER ALM >> AIS (on) 5. CW (off) 6. Power mute1 (off) 7. Power mute2 (off) 8. TX SW ctrl (AUTO) 9. RX SW ctrl (AUTO) 10. ATPC manual ctrl (off) 00. Menu 99. Exit 3. NE loop back ctrl 1-16 (1:off 2:off 3:off 4:off 5:off 6:off 7:off 8:off 9:off 10:off 1 1:off 12:off 13:off 14:off 15:off 16:off) Select channel No. : 1 Channel 1 (off:0 / on:1) : 0 NEAR END LOOPBACK CONTROL From this menu, it is possible to create a near end loopback at the main interface of the local station IDU. Press [3] and [Enter] from the Maintenance Menu to display the NE Loopback control The NE Loopback status of channels 1 to 16 are displayed. Select the channel No: to be controlled and press Enter.

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BER ALM & CWMaintenance 1. MAINT (NORM) 2. FE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- -------) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 3. NE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 4. BER ALM >> AIS (on) 5. CW (off) 6. Power mute1 (off) 7. Power mute2 (off) 8. TX SW ctrl (AUTO) 9. RX SW ctrl (AUTO) 10. ATPC manual ctrl (off) 00. Menu 99. Exit 5. CW (off) CW(off:0 / on:1) :1 4.BER AIS on/off (on) BER AIS on/off (off:0 / on:1) 1 BER ALM >> AISBER AIS From this maintenance menu item, it is possible to disable BER AIS insertion for all channels. Press [4] and [Enter] from the Maintenance Menu to display the BER ALM AIS control. Press: [0] and [Enter] to disable BER AIS insertion [1] and [Enter] to enable BER AIS insertion CW From this menu item, it is possible to transmit an unmodulated carrier. To display the CW control, press [5] and [Enter] from the maintenance menu. MOD CW control is displayed. Press: [1] and [Enter] to transmit a CW carrier [0] and [Enter] stop transmitting a CW carrier29

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OTHER MAINT FUNCTIONSMaintenance 1. MAINT (NORM) 2. FE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 3. NE loop back ctrl 1-16 (ctrl:---- ---- ---- ----) (ans :---- ---- ---- ----) 4. BER ALM >> AIS (on) 5. CW (off) 6. Power mute1 (off) 7. Power mute2 (off) 8. TX SW ctrl (AUTO) 9. RX SW ctrl (AUTO) 10. ATPC manual ctrl (off) 00. Menu 99. Exit 6.Power mute (off) Power mute (off:0 / on: 1) : 0 POWER MUTE1 OR 2(1+1) From this maintenance menu item, it is possible to switch off the ODU output power. Press [6] and [Enter] from the Maintenance Menu to display the Power Mute control. Press: [0] and [Enter] to select mute off [1] and [Enter] to select mute on Maintenance menu reappear to select any other maintenance item ATPC manual ctrl From this menu item, it is possible to change the ATPC set TX power manually. To display the ATPC manual ctrl, press [10] and [Enter] from the maintenance menu. Press: [1] and [Enter] to select ATPC manual control Enter the attenuation required to get the TX power required.30

ATPC manual ctrl (off) ATPC manual ctrl (off:0 / on:1) :1 ATPC current (-5dB) ATPC current (-30 to 0dB) :-10

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MONITORING1. Setting 2. Maintenance 3. Monitoring 4. Exit Select Function No: Press [3] and [Enter] from the LCT main Menu to display the Monitoring menu. The monitoring menu is used to monitor the equipment for preventive maintenance purposes. This menu provides monitoring of the Transmit and Receive signal levels. Equipment status and alarm can also be monitored from this menu. Inventory list provides details of the modules in the equipmentMonitoring

1. Monitoring voltage 2. Monitoring voltage (continuous mode) 3. Alarm/Status 4. Inventory 00. Menu

Monitoring voltage TX power1 :4.10V (< -5dB) RX level1 :2.37V ( -61dBm) TX power2 :*.** RX level2 :*.**

DATA (Monitoring voltages) Measured input / TX output 2. Monitoring voltage (continuous RF signal levels are mode) Time stamp displayed. The metering (1min:0 / 1sec:1):1 range for each Press any key to start... measurement is given in the table above. TX output power is given as the detector voltage and METER READING OF ODU PARAMETERS attenuation used in dB. Transmitter Power 0 to 4.6 V DC RX signal level is given Receiving Level 0.8 to 4.4V DC as AGC voltage and in dBm (Depend on the Transmitter Power and the Receiving Signal level )

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ALARM/STATUS MONITORINGMonitoring 1. Monitoring voltage 2. Monitoring voltage (continuous mode) 3. Alarm/Status 4. Inventory 00. Menu Select item No. : 3 Press 3 and ENTERMonitoring of alarm/status 1/2 IDU INPUT LOSS 1-16 (alarm:---- ---- ---- ----) CHANNEL USAGE ERROR 1-16 (alarm:---- ---- ---- ----) AIS RCVD 1-16 (alarm:---- ---- ---- ----) AIS SEND 1-16 (alarm:---- ---- ---- ----) OUTPUT LOSS 1-16 (alarm:---- ---- ---- ----) TX CLK LOSS (alarm:-/-) RX CLK LOSS (alarm:-/-) FSYNC ALM (alarm:-/-) HIGH BER ALM ( alarm:-/-) LOW BER ALM (alarm:-/-) BER ALM (alarm:-/-) Press any key to continue Monitoring of alarm/status 2/2

3. Monitoring of alarm/status 2/2 MOD ALM (alarm:-/-) DEM ALM (alarm:-/-) OPR ALM ) (alarm:-/-) MDP CPU ALM (alarm:-/*) ODU TX PWR ALM (alarm:-/-) RX LEV ALM ) (alarm:-/-) APC1 ALM (alarm:-/-) APC2 ALM (alarm:-/-) IF INPUT ALM (alarm:-/-) MUTE (on) TX/RX FREQ CH

The IDU and ODU alarms and status information can be viewed form this menu item. Alarm condition is indicated by * and normal condition by -.32

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IF Input ALM IF input level in the ODU below (approximately)63dBm. STATUS INFORMATION MUTE ODU output mute on/off status TX/RX Frequency CH Channel number corresponding to the ODU transmit/receiver frequency IDU Alarms Input loss 1 16 In the 2MB interface, loss of 2MB input signal detected. Alarm indicated for each channel. Channel Usage Error 1 -16 In the 2MB interface,2MB channel# is to Used and a signal is detected at the input AIS RCVD 1-16 In the 2MB interface, AIS (all1) received from MUX equipment or Back-to-back 2MB connection. Alarm indicated for each channel.

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AIS Send 1-16 In the 2MB interface, AIS sent to MUX equipment or back-to-back 2MB connection. Alarm indicated for each channel. Output loss 1 -16 In the 2MB interface, loss of received 2MB signal from the demodulator side. Alarm indicated for each channel. LAN INTFC ALM When the WS channel usage is set to not used and there is a 2MB signal at the input WS input loss In the optional WS interface card, loss of WS input signal WS Channel Usage Error When the WS channel usage is set to not used and signal is detected at the WS input. WS AIS RCVD In the optional WS interface card, AIS detected in the WS input signal. WS AIS send In the optional WS interface card, AIS is sent out as the WS33

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WS output loss In the optional WS interface card, Receive WS signal not detected from the demodulator. TX CLK loss Loss of TX clock, in the 2 MB interface. RX CLK loss Loss of RX clock in the 2 MB interface. FSYNC ALM Loss of RX frame synchronization at the RX DPU. HIGH BER ALM When the receive BER is > 10-3 LOW BER ALM When the receive BER is > 10-6 BER ALM BER alarm point for inserting AIS. Alarm trigger point can be selectable from (10-3, 10-4, 10-5 and 10-6)

ALARMS

MOD ALM Modulator 850 MHz PLL oscillator loop unlock condition. DEM ALM RX carrier not synchronized or lost. OPR ALM Communication error between ODU and IDU ODU ALARMS TX Power ALM Transmitter output power decreased by 3 to 5 dB RX Level ALM Receive level below squelch level APC1 ALM ODU 1st local oscillator APC unlock alarm APC2 ALM ODU 2st local oscillator APC unlock alarm

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INVENTORYMonitoring 1. Monitoring voltage 2. Monitoring voltage (continuous mode) 3. Alarm/Status 4. Inventory 00. Menu Select item No. : 3 Press 4 and ENTER IDU SW UNIT Serial number 4023 Manufactured date DEC/2005 Software version (ROM/RAM) (1.20/2.40) Bit rate 2/4/8/16x2MB Option module PM CARD Inventory 2/4 IDU No.1 MD UNIT Serial number 12650 Manufactured date DEC/2005 Software version (ROM/RAM) (1.2/2.49) No.2 MD UNIT

No.1 ODU Serial number 16352 Manufactured date OCT/2005 Software version (ROM/RAM) (1.02/2.03) Bit rate 17/34MB RF band 13GHz High Sub band A Start frequency 13020.500MHz Shift frequency 266MHz CH separation 1.750MHz

This menu item gives the IDU and ODU module information as given in the figure. The figure gives the inventory information for a (1+1) configuration35

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