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  • PASOLINK FAMILYPASOLINK FAMILY

    16x2MB

    37-4024.2-2721.2-23.617.7-19.714.2-15.312.7-13.210.7-11.77.1-8.53.6-7.1INTERFACEMODULATIONSYSTEMSERIES/MODEL

    STM-12x10/100Base-T

    128QAM+RSSDH(STM-1)

    11GHz

    8x2MB16QAM + RSPDH

    STM-12x10/100Base-T

    128QAM+RSSDH(2xSTM-1)

    STM-12x10/100Base-T

    32QAM +RSSDH(STM-1)

    21x2MB(STM-1)

    32QAM+RSSDH(STM-0)

    1 x 34MB

    PASOLINK+

    2x2MB4x2MB8x2MB16x2MB

    (2x10/100Base-T)

    4PSKPDHPASOLINK V4

    2x2MB4x2MB8x2MB16x2MB1x8MB1x34MB

    4PSKPDHPASOLINK V3

    38GHz26GHz23GHz18GHz15GHz13GHz7/8GHz4/6GHz

    XPIC

  • System OverviewSystem OverviewNEC has developed the PASOLINK NEO, a narrow band point-to-point digital microwave relay system operating at radio frequency (RF) bands of 6/7/8/11/13/15/18/23/26/28/32/38/52 GHz6/7/8/11/13/15/18/23/26/28/32/38/52 GHz.

    The PASOLINK NEO system provides interface types of PDH, SDH and LAN. The transmission signals are 5 to 48 x E1, 1 to 2 x E3, 1 to 2 x STM5 to 48 x E1, 1 to 2 x E3, 1 to 2 x STM--1, 2/4 x 10/100 Base1, 2/4 x 10/100 Base--T(X) T(X) and GbE signals.and GbE signals.

    The systems consist of antennas, outdoor unit (ODU) and Indoor unit (IDU) same as PASOLINK series. They are connected through a coaxial cable for each radio channel. Available configurations are non protected type (1+0) and protected type (1+1). The protected type is available for twin-path type and hot-standby type.

  • System CompositionSystem Composition 1- Indoor unit (IDU) ( Modulation-Demodulation unit) 2- Outdoor unit (ODU) ( Transmit Receive unit) 3- IF cable and connectors ( To connect the IDU & ODU) 4- Antenna on the required microwave band 5- Hybrid ( coupler ) in case of 1+1 one antenna configuration 6- RF cable ( If the ODU is not direct mounted to the antenna)

    MODEM

    TX/RX

    IF

    RF

    IDU

    Base Band MODEM

    TX/RX

    IF

    RF

    IDU

    Base Band

    ODU (High band)

    Antenna Antenna

    ODU (low band)TX

    RX TX

    RX

  • System Configuration

    A- Non protected system (1+0)

    IDU ( 1+0 )

    ODU IDU ( 1+0 )

    ODU

    TX

    TX

    RX

    RX

    B- Protected system (1+1) hot standbySingle antenna configuration

    Modem-1Switch

    Modem-2

    ODU-1

    ODU-2

    HModem-1

    SwitchModem-2

    ODU-1

    ODU-2

    H

    TX

    TX

    RX

    RX

    TX/RX TX/RX

    Rx only Rx only

  • System ConfigurationC- Protected system (1+1) hot standby Space diversity

    Double antenna configuration

    D- Protected system (1+1) Twin path Frequency diversity

    Modem-1Switch

    Modem-2

    ODU-1

    ODU-2

    Modem-1Switch

    Modem-2

    ODU-1

    ODU-2

    TX RX

    TX/RX TX/RX

    Rx only Rx only

    RX

    TXRX

    RX

    Modem-1Switch

    Modem-2

    ODU-1

    ODU-2

    Modem-1Switch

    Modem-2

    ODU-1

    ODU-2

    TX RX

    TX/RX TX/RX

    Rx only Rx onlyRX

    TXRX

    RX

    TX

    TX

  • PASOLINK NEOPASOLINK NEO

    Bit rate Free: 5/10/16/20/40/48E1, STM-1/2xSTM-1Modulation Free : 4PSK,16/32/128QAMFlexible Interface : PDH/SDH/LAN

  • Equipment Features1. Advanced Technologies and Superb Performance

    High reliability and Quality. Excellent field proven MTBF. Low power consumption. 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX, 1000 Base-SX, 1000 Base-T (LAN interface). APS for STM-1 optical. VLAN implementation.

    2. High System Gain / High spectrum efficiency

    High System Gain achieved by each modulation with Forward Error Correction(FEC) Technology and distortion canceling technique called linearizer.

    High spectrum efficiency achieved by QPSK to 128QAM selectable technology. Allowing smaller antennas and reducing system cost.

    3. Easy and Quick Installation

    IDU - ODU Interconnection : Only one coaxial cable and automatic equalization. Very Compact and Light. Various mounting methods for IDU, ODU and Antenna. Easy Antenna direction adjustment.

  • Equipment Features4. Frequency Agility and Easy Tuning

    Field tunable local oscillator (Synthesizer) RF point frequency can be changed through Local Craft Terminal (LCT). Sub-band of type is changeable by replacing RF Filter.

    5. System Flexibility

    (1+0) Non-protected or (1+1) Protected. 1+1 Hot Standby / Space Diversity / Twin Path System available. IDU is used commonly for 6 - 52 GHz. Changeable data transmission rate (4 to 48x2 Mbps, 1 to 2x34 Mbps, 155 Mbps,

    2x155 Mbps, 10/100 Base-T(X), 1000 Base-SX, 1000 Base-T) at the same IDU. Software settable Modulation (QPSK/16QAM/32QAM/128QAM) of IDU. Common ODU for PDH/SDH/LAN. Wide Input Line Voltage range is -40.5 to -57Vdc.

    6. Maintenance Facilities

    Local and remote supervision function on IDU through LCT or PNMTj Full front access at IDU for all cabling and user interface Loop back facility Near end base band, Far end base band IF loop back Pre-settable BER alarm point: 10-3, 10-4 or 10-5

  • Equipment FeatureEquipment Feature7. Service Channels

    Engineering Order Wire (OW): IDU- IDU and Party line.

    SC1 & SC 2: V.11, 64 Kbps Contra-Co directional : Selectable SC3 & SC 4: RS232C , 9.6 Kbps SC LAN : SC LAN Sub-Interface ( In case of 155 MB Capacity )

    64/128/192/265 Kbps or 2 Mbps Throughput.

    SV Channel commonality:

  • SV CommonalitySV Commonality

  • For Nodal Solution

    BasebandBaseband Interface FlexibilityInterface Flexibility

    5/10/16E1 + 2Ether4Ether + 4E1

    40/48E1STM-1(elec.) STM-1(opt.)

    Bitrate Free 5/10/20/40/48E1 STM-1 STM-2(310MB)

    Modulation Free 4PSK,16/32/128QAM

    ODU

    Interface Board

    IDU

    SDH ADD/DROP INTFCPDH DIST CARD(PDH Distribution Card)

  • 5E110E116E1Upgrade Key

    40E148E1Upgrade Key

    ODU

    ODU

    ODU

    V

    H

    ODU

    ODU

    ODU

    ODU

    ODU ODU

    Repeater

    1+1

    1+0

    New INTF+Upgrade Key

    New INTF+Upgrade Key

    New IDU/ODU+Upgrade Key

    New MODEMNew ODU

    New MODEMNew INTF

    +New ODU+Upgrade Key

    STM-1

    System Upgradeability

    2xSTM-1/XPIC

  • Memory CardMemory Card

  • APS (Automatic Protection Switching)APS (Automatic Protection Switching)

    STM-1 OPT INTFC (W)

    STM-1 OPT INTFC (P)

    STM-1 OPT INTFC (W)

    STM-1 OPT INTFC (P)

    STM-1 OPT INTFC (W)

    STM-1 OPT INTFC (P)

    STM-1 OPT INTFC (W)

    STM-1 OPT INTFC (P)

    SDH PASOLINK NEOSDH MUX

    Working Line

    Working Line

    Protection Line

    Protection Line

  • Cross Polarization Interference Canceller Cross Polarization Interference Canceller (XPIC)(XPIC)

    The transmission capacity of the existing STM-1 equipment can be improved up to 2xSTM-1 by adding one more IDU, ODU and XPIC cable kit and additional firmware.

    ODU 1

    IDU

    OMT

    IDU

    ODU 2

    ODU 1

    IDU

    OMT

    IDU

    ODU 2

    V

    H

    V

    H

  • Switchover ControlSwitchover Control

    Switchover Modes:Switchover Modes:

    1.1. Automatic Switchover:Automatic Switchover:Switching is automatically initiated if any failure or abnormality was detected in the online section.

    2.2. Manual Switchover:Manual Switchover:The operator initiate this switchover by LCT or PNMT for the maintenance and test purposes. The manual switching has two selection Manual or Forced switchover.

    Switching Priority:Switching Priority:The switching priority is only applied under automatic switching control.

  • System Performance Parameters System Performance Parameters QPSKQPSK

    Above value with Above value with --1.5 dB1.5 dBBER = 10BER = 10--33

    --8484--87.587.5--87.587.5--8989--8989--89.589.5--89.589.5--89.589.5--8989--8989--90907 MHz

    --8181--84.584.5--84.584.5--8686--8686--86.586.5--86.586.5--86.586.5--8686--8686--878714 (13.75) MHz

    --7878--81.581.5--81.581.5--8383--8383--83.583.5--83.583.5--83.583.5--8383--8383--8484CS = 28 (27.5) MHzCS = 28 (27.5) MHz

    Threshold Level Threshold Level ((dBmdBm measured at Antenna port) measured at Antenna port) BER = 10 BER = 10 --66

    6 6 ppmppmFrequency Stability

    0 to 10 0 to 10 dBdB0 to 25 dB0 to 25 dB0 to 30 dB0 to 30 dBPower Control

    + 3+ 3+18+18+22+22+23+23+23+23+24+24+24+24+23+23+25+25+25+25+29+29Output Power, dBm

    PBR 320PBR 320

    37.037.0--40.040.0

    38

    N/AN/A

    51.451.4--52.652.6

    52

    NEC OriginalNEC OriginalN/AN/ARF Direct Mount

    PBR 320PBR 320PBR 320PBR 320PBR 260PBR 260PBR 220PBR 220PBR 220PBR 220PBR140PBR140PBR120PBR120PDR100PDR100N Type or N Type or PDR 84PDR 84N Type or N Type or PDR 70PDR 70RF Remote Mount

    31.831.8--33.433.4

    27.527.5--29.529.5

    24.2524.25--27.027.0

    21.221.2--23.623.6

    17.717.7--19.719.7

    14.214.2--15.3515.35

    12.7512.75--13.2513.25

    10.710.7--11.711.7

    7.1257.125--8.58.5

    5.9255.925--7.1257.125

    Range ( GHz )

    32282623181513117 - 86Frequency Band, ( GHz )

  • System Performance Parameters System Performance Parameters QPSKQPSK

    Less than 10Less than 10--1212 at RSL = at RSL = --30 30 dBmdBmResidual BERResidual BER

    --15 dBm (No Error)15 dBm (No Error)Maximum InputMaximum InputLevel dBmLevel dBm

    818199.599.5103.5103.5106106106106107.5107.5107.5107.5106.5106.5108108108108113113CS = 28 (27.5) MHzCS = 28 (27.5) MHz

    8484102.5102.5106.5106.5109109109109110.5110.5110.5110.5109.5109.511111111111111611614 (13.75) MHz

    8787105.5105.5109.5109.5114114114114113.5113.5113.5113.5112.5112.51141141141141191197 MHz

    Above value with +1.5 dBAbove value with +1.5 dBBER = 10BER = 10--33

    38 52

    System Gain System Gain ((dBmdBm measured at Antenna port) measured at Antenna port) BER = 10 BER = 10 --66

    32282623181513117 - 86Frequency Band, ( GHz )

  • System Performance Parameters System Performance Parameters 16QAM16QAM

    929294.594.59797979798.598.598.598.598.598.5100.5100.5100100

    898991.591.59494949495.595.595.595.595.595.597.597.59797

    10510514 (13.75) MHz14 (13.75) MHz

    102102CS = 28 (27.5) MHzCS = 28 (27.5) MHz

    System Gain (System Gain (dBmdBm measured at Antenna port) measured at Antenna port) BER = 10 BER = 10 --66Above value with +1.5 dBAbove value with +1.5 dBBER = 10BER = 10--33

    --83.583.5--83.583.5--8585--8585--85.585.5--85.585.5--85.585.5--8585--8585--86863.5 MHz3.5 MHz

    --80.580.5--80.580.5--8282--8282--82.582.5--82.582.5--82.582.5--8282--8282--83837 MHz7 MHz

    --77.577.5--77.577.5--7979--7979--79.579.5--79.579.5--79.579.5--7979--7979--808014 (13.75) MHz14 (13.75) MHz

    NEC OriginalNEC OriginalN/AN/ARF Direct Mount

    PBR 320PBR 320PBR 320PBR 320PBR 320PBR 320PBR 260PBR 260PBR 220PBR 220PBR 220PBR 220PBR 140PBR 140PBR 120PBR 120PDR 100PDR 100N Type or N Type or PDR 84PDR 84N Type or N Type or PDR 70PDR 70RF Remote Mount

    --74.574.5--74.574.5--7676--7676--76.576.5--76.576.5--76.576.5--7676--7676-- 7777CS = 28 (27.5) MHzCS = 28 (27.5) MHz

    Threshold Level (Threshold Level (dBmdBm measured at Antenna port) measured at Antenna port) BER = 10 BER = 10 --66

    6 6 ppmppmFrequency Stability

    0 to 24 dB, in 1 dB step variable0 to 24 dB, in 1 dB step variablePower Control

    +13.5+13.5

    37.037.0--40.040.0

    38

    +17+17+18+18+18+18+19+19+19+19+21+21+21+21+21+21+25+25Output Power, dBm

    31.831.8--33.433.4

    27.527.5--29.529.5

    24.2524.25--27.027.0

    21.221.2--23.623.6

    17.717.7--19.719.7

    14.214.2--15.3515.35

    12.7512.75--13.2513.25

    10.710.7--11.711.7

    7.1257.125--8.58.5

    5.9255.925--7.1257.125

    Range ( GHz )

    32282623181513117 - 86Frequency Band, ( GHz )

  • System Performance Parameters System Performance Parameters 16QAM16QAM

    Less than 10Less than 10--1212 at RSL = at RSL = --30 30 dBmdBmResidual BERResidual BER

    --20 dBm for the BER less than 1020 dBm for the BER less than 10--33Maximum InputMaximum InputLevel dBmLevel dBm

    959597.597.5100100100100101.5101.5101.5101.5101.5101.5103.5103.5103103108108CS = 7 MHzCS = 7 MHz

    9898100.5100.5103103103103104.5104.5104.5104.5104.5104.5106.5106.51061061111113.5 MHz

    Above value with +1.5 dBAbove value with +1.5 dBBER = 10BER = 10--33

    3832282623181513117 - 86Frequency Band, ( GHz )

  • System Performance Parameters System Performance Parameters 32 QAM32 QAM

    Less than 10Less than 10--12 12 at RSL = at RSL = --30 30 dBmdBmResidual BERResidual BER

    --20 20 dBmdBm for the BER less than 10for the BER less than 10--33Maximum InputMaximum InputLevel dBmLevel dBm

    Above value with +1.5 dBAbove value with +1.5 dBBER = 10BER = 10--33

    66.566.587.587.5909092.592.592.592.594949494969695.595.595.595.5100.5100.5CS = 28 (27.5) MHzCS = 28 (27.5) MHz

    System Gain System Gain ((dBmdBm measured at Antenna port) measured at Antenna port) BER = 10 BER = 10 --66

    Above value with Above value with --1.5 dB1.5 dBBER = 10BER = 10--33

    --69.569.5--7373--7373--74.574.5--74.574.5--7575--7575--7575--74.574.5--74.574.5--75.575.5CS = 28 (27.5) MHzCS = 28 (27.5) MHz

    Threshold Level Threshold Level ((dBmdBm measured at Antenna port) measured at Antenna port) BER = 10 BER = 10 --66

    6 6 ppmppmFrequency Stability

    0 to 6 dB0 to 6 dB0 to 30 dB0 to 30 dBPower Control

    --33+14.5+14.5+17+17+18+18+18+18+19+19+19+19+21+21+21+21+21+21+25+25Output Power, dBm

    PBR 320PBR 320

    37.037.0--40.040.0

    38

    N/AN/A

    51.451.4--52.652.6

    52

    NEC OriginalNEC OriginalN/AN/ARF Direct Mount

    PBR 320PBR 320PBR 320PBR 320PBR 260PBR 260PBR 220PBR 220PBR 220PBR 220PBR140PBR140PBR120PBR120PDR100PDR100N Type or N Type or PDR 84PDR 84N Type or N Type or PDR 70PDR 70RF Remote Mount

    31.831.8--33.433.4

    27.527.5--29.529.5

    24.2524.25--27.027.0

    21.221.2--23.623.6

    17.717.7--19.719.7

    14.214.2--15.3515.35

    12.7512.75--13.2513.25

    10.710.7--11.711.7

    7.1257.125--8.58.5

    5.9255.925--7.1257.125

    Range ( GHz )

    32282623181513117 - 86Frequency Band, ( GHz )

  • System Performance Parameters System Performance Parameters 128 QAM128 QAM

    NEC OriginalNEC OriginalN/AN/ARF Direct Mount

    PBR 320PBR 320PBR 320PBR 320PBR 320PBR 320PBR 260PBR 260PBR 220PBR 220PBR 220PBR 220PBR 140PBR 140PBR 120PBR 120PDR 100PDR 100N Type or N Type or PDR 84PDR 84N Type or N Type or PDR 70PDR 70RF Remote Mount

    Less than 10Less than 10--12 at RSL = 12 at RSL = --30 30 dBmdBmResidual BERResidual BER

    --20 dBm for the BER less than 1020 dBm for the BER less than 10--33Maximum InputMaximum InputLevel dBmLevel dBm

    Above value with +1.5 dBAbove value with +1.5 dBBER = 10BER = 10--33

    81.581.5848486.586.586.586.588888888909089.589.589.589.594.594.5CS = 28 (27.5) MHzCS = 28 (27.5) MHz

    System Gain System Gain ((dBmdBm measured at Antenna port) measured at Antenna port) BER = 10 BER = 10 --66Above value with Above value with --1.5 dB1.5 dBBER = 10BER = 10--33

    --6767--6767--68.568.5--68.568.5--6969--6969--6969--68.568.5--68.568.5-- 69.569.5CS = 28 (27.5) MHzCS = 28 (27.5) MHz

    Threshold Level (Threshold Level (dBmdBm measured at Antenna port) measured at Antenna port) BER = 10 BER = 10 --66 6 6 ppmppmFrequency Stability

    0 to 20 dB, in 1 dB step variable0 to 20 dB, in 1 dB step variablePower Control

    +14.5+14.5

    37.037.0--40.040.0

    38

    +17+17+18+18+18+18+19+19+19+19+21+21+21+21+21+21+25+25+25+25Output Power, dBm

    31.831.8--33.433.4

    27.527.5--29.529.5

    24.2524.25--27.027.0

    21.221.2--23.623.6

    17.717.7--19.719.7

    14.214.2--15.3515.35

    12.7512.75--13.2513.25

    10.710.7--11.711.7

    7.1257.125--8.58.5

    5.9255.925--7.1257.125

    Range ( GHz )

    32282623181513117 - 86Frequency Band, ( GHz )

  • IDU Performance Parameters(1/2)IDU Performance Parameters(1/2)

    PMON Items;a) OFS, b) BBE, c) ES, d) SES, e)SEP, f) UAS

    PMONPMON

    Manual Control, Automatic Control and Mute Control.TX Output ControlTX Output Control

    Direct entry or Table Download entry :AvailableFrequency ChangingFrequency Changing

    Adjustable 10-3/ 10-4/ 10-5BER ALMBER ALM77

    Near End, Far End Baseband Loop Back and IF Loop BackLoop BackLoop Back66

    2 levelsLCT Security LevelsLCT Security Levels55

    V.11(Contra/Co-directional) x 2 channels,RS-232 x 2 channelsService ChannelsService Channels44

    10/20/40/80/100/100+50/, 75+75 Mbps

    155/ 2x155 Mbps

    34/68 Mbps8/16/32/64/96Mbps

    Total CapacityTotal Capacity

    2/41/21/24/8/16/32/48Channel NumberChannel Number

    10/100 Base-T(X)1000 Base-SX1000 Base-T

    STM-1 :155.52 Mbps 20 ppm

    E334.368Mbps20 ppm

    E1:2.048 Mbps 50 ppm

    Baseband InterfaceBaseband Interface33

    QPSK/16/32/QAM128 QAM128 QAMQPSK/16/32/QAMModulation Type21+0 Expandable / 1+11+0 Expandable / 1+1IDU Type1

    LANSDHPDH

    SPECIFICATIONItemNo.

  • IDU Performance Parameters(2/2)IDU Performance Parameters(2/2)

    Module alarm (Red)LAN/WS INTFC

    Module alarm (Red)Online (Green) for APS only

    SD INTFCModule alarm (Red)PDH INTFC

    Operating PWR (Green)ODU Alarm (Red)MD/CBL Alarm (Red)TX status (Green)RX status (Green)XPIC Reset (Yellow) for XPIC only

    MODEM

    IDU Alarm (Red)Maintenance (Yellow)Memory Access (Yellow)

    CTRLLED DisplayLED Display88

    LAN monitoring Items;a) RX Unicast, b) RX Broadcast, c) RX Multicast, b) d) RX Pause, e) RX CRC error

    Metering Itemsa) Output power level (TX PWR), b) Received signal level (AGC V)c) Bit error rate (BER MON)

    PMONLANSDHPDH

    SPECIFICATIONItemNo.

  • Interconnection between IDU & ODUInterconnection between IDU & ODU

    33oC to +50oC (workable : -40oC to +55oC)Guaranteed temperature range6

    Automatic level equalizationCable Equalization5

    150 m (5D-FB)300 m (8D-FB)350 m (10D-FB)

    Maximum Cable Length4

    IF signal, alarms, control, monitoring andpower source

    Signals3

    5D-FB, 8D-FB (standard)10D-FB

    Standard Type of CableIF cable adapter

    2

    Single Coaxial Cable per system / 50 ohmsInterconnection1

    SPECIFICATIONItemNo.

  • Alarm output ItemsAlarm output Items

    IDUHIGH BER ALM19

    IDUIDU ALM18

    IDU/MD CBL BlinkingIF CABLE SHORT ALM217

    IF CABLE SHORT ALM116

    ODU

    RX LEV ALM215

    RX LEV ALM114

    ODU

    APC ALM213

    APC ALM112

    ODU

    TX IN ALM211

    TX IN ALM110

    ODU

    TX PWR ALM29

    TX PWR ALM18

    ODU Blinking

    ODU CPU ALM27

    ODU CPU ALM16

    ODU

    ODU ALM25

    ODU ALM14

    --IDU CPU ALM3

    PWRPS ALM2

    MAINTMAINT1

    RL6RL5RL4RL3RL2RL1

    Relay Alarm OutputALM IndicationAlarm Item on LCT/PNMTNo.

  • House keeping output ItemsHouse keeping output Items

    PNMT onlyCluster ALM Out48

    PNMT onlyCluster ALM Out37

    PNMT onlyCluster ALM Out26

    PNMT onlyCluster ALM Out15

    PNMT onlyHK-OUT44

    PNMT onlyHK-OUT33

    PNMT onlyHK-OUT22

    PNMT onlyHK OUT11

    RL6RL5RL4RL3RL2RL1

    Relay Alarm OutputALM IndicationAlarm Item on LCT/PNMTNo.

    The Factory setting

    The HK that cane be configured

    The relays RL1 & RL2 cant be changed

    Notes:

  • House keeping Input ItemsHouse keeping Input Items

    PNMT onlyCluster ALM Input410

    PNMT onlyCluster ALM Input39

    PNMT onlyCluster ALM Input28

    PNMT onlyCluster ALM Input17

    PNMT onlyHK-IN66

    PNMT onlyHK-IN55

    PNMT onlyHK-IN44

    PNMT onlyHK-IN33

    PNMT onlyHK-IN22

    PNMT onlyHK-IN11

    IN6IN5IN4IN3IN2IN1

    Relay Alarm OutputEvent IndicationAlarm Item on LCT/PNMTNo.

  • PASOLINK NEO IDU PASOLINK NEO IDU

    PASOLINK NEO IDU ( 1+0 )PASOLINK NEO IDU ( 1+0 )

    PASOLINK NEO IDU ( 1+1 )PASOLINK NEO IDU ( 1+1 )

  • IDU CompositionIDU Composition

    IDU Shelf :IDU Shelf :

  • IDU ModulesIDU Modules

    H2950 CTRL7

    PDH-E3 e/w 4/8E1, 2 Port LANH3010 E2 INTFC

    PDH-48 E1H3000 48E1 INTFC

    PDH-16E1 e/w 2 Port LANH2980 16E1 INTFC

    6

    WS-SC-LAN/WS/SC-LANH2965 LAN/WS INTFC

    STM1-E/O-S-1.1/L-S-1.1 for APSH2960 STM-1 INTFC5

    SDH-GbEH3021 GbE INTFC

    SDH 2-Port-LANH2965 LAN/WS INTFC

    STM1-E/O-S-1.1/L-S-1.1H2960 STM-1 INTFC

    4

    -20 to 60 VDC H3040 DC-DC CONV

    H2940 MODEM3

    QPSK/16QAM/32QAM/128QAMH2940 MODEM2

    H2931 RACK1

    1+1 1+1 SystemSystem

    1+01+0ExpandableExpandable

    RemarksRemarks

    H2930 MDPH2930 MDP--150MB150MB--1AA1AA

    UNIT/MODULE NAMEUNIT/MODULE NAMENo.No.

    Usually Provided

    Optionally provided

  • Base Band InterfaceBase Band Interface

    -Blank PanelNOT USED

    155 MbpsService Channel LAN for STM-1SC LAN

    155 MbpsWS (E1)WS

    155 MbpsWS (E1) and WC/Service Channel LAN for STM-1WS-SC LANSub Sub InterfaceInterface

    80 MbpsPDH-1E3 2xE3 (34 Mbps) interface 80 MbpsPDH-2E3

    40 MbpsPDH-1E3 1xE3 (34 Mbps) interface 40 MbpsPDH-1E3

    108 MbpsPDH-4P-LAN 4 port LAN only for 32QAM 100 Mbps PDH-4P-LAN

    80 -108 MbpsPDH-48E1 48E1 (MDR 75/120 ohm selectable) PDH-48E1

    10 - 80 MbpsPDH-16E1 16E1 + 2 port LAN (D-sub 75/120 ohm selectablePDH-16E1

    155 MbpsSDH-GBE 1000 Base-T (RJ-45) or 1000 Base-SX (LC)SDH-GBE

    155 MbpsSDH-2P-LAN 2 port 10/100 Base-T(X)SDH-2P-LAN

    155 MbpsSTM1-O-L11 STM-1 Optical L-1.1 (connector type LC) STM1-O-L11

    155 MbpsSTM1-O-S11 STM-1 Optical S-1.1 (connector type LC) STM1-O-S11

    155 MbpsSTM1-E STM-1 Electrical (IEC 1.0/2.3 coaxial) STM1-EMain Main InterfaceInterface

    Available CapacityAvailable CapacityPanel DetailsPanel DetailsParametersParametersItemItem

  • Baseband InterfaceBaseband Interface

  • BaseBandBaseBand InterfaceInterface

    up to 48 E1 signals2.048 Mbps +/- 102.4 bpsHDB375 ohms unbalanced or 120 ohms balanced

    Input/Output Signals:Bit Rate:Code:Impedance:

    16 E1 interface in each connector2M IN/OUT-A/-B/-C( MDR Connector )

    48 E1 Interface48 E1 Interface

  • BaseBandBaseBand InterfaceInterface 16 E1 Interface16 E1 Interface

    LAN interface port 1 and port 2 are separated. 8 to 40 Mbps shared when 16 E1 to 0E1 are used.10/100 base-T(X) Auto sensing or fixedFull duplex or Half duplexStore and Forward

    PORT 1/PORT 2 (RJ-45)

    up to 48 E1 signals2.048 Mbps +/- 102.4 bpsHDB375 ohms unbalanced or 120 ohms balanced

    Input/Output Signals:Bit Rate:Code:Impedance:

    8 E1 interface in each connector.2M IN/OUT-A/-B/-C

  • BaseBandBaseBand InterfaceInterface 16 E1 Interface16 E1 Interface

  • BaseBandBaseBand InterfaceInterface

    Optical STM-1 INPUT/OUTPUT, G.957155.520 MbpsNRZ1310 nmL-1.1: 0 to -8 dBm (TX) / -10 to -34 dBm (RX)S-1.1: -8 to -15 dBm (TX) / -8 to -28 dBm (RX)

    STM-1 IN/OUT LCType:Rate:Code:Wavelength:Level:

    STMSTM--1 Interface1 InterfaceSTM-1 Electrical Interface

    STM-1 Optical Interface

    Electrical STM-1 PUT/OUTPUT,

    G.703155.520 Mbps1 Vp-pCMI75 ohms, unbalanced

    STM-1 IN/OUT IEC 169-13

    Type:Rate:Level:Code:Impedance

    ALM: To indicate any ALM action occurred in the InterfaceLOS of STM-1 detected from the DTE or from DMR.Frame Synchronization of input signal is lostBER is worse than ( 10-3~10-5 selectable ) DMR or MUXBER is worse than ( 10-5 ~ 10-9 selectable ) DMR or MUXMounted module is not matched with the inventory

    Working in APS: ONLINE ONSYANDBY APS: ONLINE OFFNO APS: ONLINE OFF

  • MODEM UnitMODEM Unit

    The MODEM provides the QPSK/16QAM/32QAM/128QAM Modulation and Demodulation for E1/E3 (PDH), 10/100 base-T (LAN), or STM-1 (SDH) data transmission in addition to the following main functions:

    Forward Error Correction using RS/Interleaving.XPIC ODU Synthesizer synchronization control.Interfered signal from opposite polarization cancellation ( XPIC ).IDU/ODU Power Supply.System Power On/Off.

  • Interfaces/Switches/Indications

    To indicate any alarm occurred at ODU Circuit.ODU

    XPIC function is off conditionXPIC RESET

    Selected status of MDOEM RX output signalRX (only 1+1 )

    Selected status of ODU TXTX ( only 1+1 )

    Blinks when IF cable is short circuit.MD/CBL

    To indicate the power switch of the MODEM is turned on.PWR

    IDU/ODU Turn Power onPWR Switch

    Tx Frequency: 340 MHzRx Frequency: 140 MHzImpedance : 50 ohmsConnecting IF Cable length: 5D-FB: less than 150 m

    10D-FB: less than 300 m12D-FB: less than 350 m

    IF IN/OUT

    Ground Terminal( 5mm2 cable)G

    ( MOLEX M5557-4R, 4pins) , ( DC IN)-48VDC(negative ) , + (positive, Ground)

    SEL V

    ( D-SUB 15 pins) Serial PortOnly used for XPIC system between two IDUs.

    XPIC CTRL

    Only used for XPIC systemIF Signal of opposite polarization.IF Signal for opposite polarization output.140 MHz75 ohms

    XIF IN/XIF OUT

  • Power SupplyPower Supply

  • Power SupplyPower Supply

    When the ODU which connected is not NEO connected to IDU NEO, it is recommended to install the optional DC-DC CONV into the IDU.

    The ODU will be shorten ODUs life or may be damaged if not used optional DC-DC CONV module.

  • CTRL UnitCTRL Unit

    Back to Back Back to Back ConnectionConnection10 Base10 Base--TTRJRJ--4545

    NENE

    PNMS InterfacePNMS Interface10 Base10 Base--TTRJRJ--4545

    NMSNMS

    LCT and PNMT LCT and PNMT InterfaceInterfaceUSB 1.1USB 1.1Connector Type BConnector Type B

    LCTLCT

    EOW input 1 (+)EOW input 1 (+) 11 1616 EOW input 1 (EOW input 1 (--))EOW output 1 (+)EOW output 1 (+) 22 1717 EOW output 1 (EOW output 1 (--))

    EOW output 2 (+)EOW output 2 (+) 44 1919 EOW output 2 (EOW output 2 (--))EOW input 2 (+)EOW input 2 (+) 33 1818 EOW input 2 (EOW input 2 (--))

    GroundGround 55RL 6 ( NO )RL 6 ( NO ) 66 2020 RL 6 ( COM )RL 6 ( COM )

    RL 4 ( NO )RL 4 ( NO ) 88 2222 RL 4 ( COM )RL 4 ( COM )RL 5 ( NO )RL 5 ( NO ) 77 2121 RL 5 ( COM )RL 5 ( COM )

    RL 3 ( NO )RL 3 ( NO ) 99 2323 RL 3 ( COM )RL 3 ( COM )RL 2 ( NO )RL 2 ( NO ) 1010 2424 RL 2 ( COM )RL 2 ( COM )

    ALM HK2 IN (+)ALM HK2 IN (+) 1212 2626 HK4/CL3 IN (HK4/CL3 IN (--))RL 1 ( NO )RL 1 ( NO ) 1111 2525 RL 1 ( COM )RL 1 ( COM )

    3535

    3030 BUZZER input 1BUZZER input 13131 CALL output 1CALL output 1

    3333 CALL output 2CALL output 23232 BUZZER input 2BUZZER input 2

    34343535 RL 6 ( NC )RL 6 ( NC )3636 RL 5 ( NC )RL 5 ( NC )3737 RL 4 ( NC )RL 4 ( NC )3838 RL 3 ( NC )RL 3 ( NC )

    4040 RL 1 ( NC )RL 1 ( NC )3939 RL 2 ( NC )RL 2 ( NC )

    4141 HK6/CL1 IN (HK6/CL1 IN (--))4242 HK6/CL1 IN (+)HK6/CL1 IN (+)4343 HK5/CL2 IN (HK5/CL2 IN (--))4444 HK5/CL2 IN (+)HK5/CL2 IN (+)

    ALM HK2 IN (ALM HK2 IN (--)) 1313ALM HK1 IN (ALM HK1 IN (--)) 1414ALM HK1 IN (+)ALM HK1 IN (+) 1515

    2727 HK4/CL3 IN (+)HK4/CL3 IN (+)2828 HK3/CL4 IN (HK3/CL4 IN (--))2929 HK3/CL4 IN (+)HK3/CL4 IN (+)

    AUX/ ALM DAUX/ ALM D--Sub F, 44 pinsSub F, 44 pins

    NE2NE2 RS485 ASYNC.RS485 ASYNC.

    DSC4DSC4 RS232C 9.6 RS232C 9.6 KbpsKbps

    DSC3 DSC3 RS232C 9.6 RS232C 9.6 KbpsKbps

    DSC2DSC2 V.11 64 KbpsV.11 64 Kbps

    DSC1DSC1 V.11 64 KbpsV.11 64 Kbps

    SC IN/OUTSC IN/OUT

    Prevent service interruption in case Prevent service interruption in case of CTRL module replacement.of CTRL module replacement.

    PROTECTPROTECT

    Transmit the EOW calling to sound Transmit the EOW calling to sound the BUZZER in the opposite stationthe BUZZER in the opposite station

    CALLCALL

    Jack for OW headsetJack for OW headsetEOWEOW

    To indicate the maintenanceTo indicate the maintenanceCondition.Condition.

    The Memory card is acceptedThe Memory card is accepted

    An event occurred on IDU.An event occurred on IDU.

  • SC IN/OUT DSC IN/OUT D--Sub F, 44 pinsSub F, 44 pins

  • Outdoor Unit ( 6 - 52 GHz )

    Frame Ground

    Turn OFF the DC power before removing the IF cable

    RX LEV MONITOR The nominal power supply voltage is -48 V DC. However, the range of the unit is able to fit for nominal voltages of +24 V by additional unit. The weight of ODU is 3 Kg.

  • Outdoor Unit ( ODU )

    The transmitter-receiver is designed to handle an 8-155 Mbps digital signal in the 6-52 GHz bands. The equipment is designed to withstand severe weather conditions. To achieve high system gain performance, quadrature phase-shift keying (QPSK) modulation is applied. And to achieve high frequency efficiency performance, 16/32/128-quadrature amplitude modulation (16/32/128QAM) is applied. This ODU can apply to each modulation.

    Advanced integrated circuit technology, e.g., MMIC and MIC, is applied to the entire RF circuit in ODU.

  • Outdoor UnitOutdoor Unit

  • Hybrid Combiner

    6/7/8 GHz Coupler (N-type) 11 ~ 38 GHz Coupler (N-type)

    NEC has developed Hybrid Combiner/Divider over the full range ofNEC has developed Hybrid Combiner/Divider over the full range of microwave frequencies for PASOLINK Series digital microwave microwave frequencies for PASOLINK Series digital microwave radio pointradio point--toto--point fixed wireless systems. This Hybrid Combiner/Divider comprpoint fixed wireless systems. This Hybrid Combiner/Divider comprises directional coupler, antenna interface, radio ises directional coupler, antenna interface, radio mounting interfaces and mounting interfaces and polarizerspolarizers. The RF signal power received by the single polarized antenna i. The RF signal power received by the single polarized antenna is equally distributed and sent to s equally distributed and sent to two outdoor units through the Hybrid Combiner/Divider for 1+1 prtwo outdoor units through the Hybrid Combiner/Divider for 1+1 protected systems.otected systems.There are two types of NEC Hybrid Combiner/Divider, one is coaxiThere are two types of NEC Hybrid Combiner/Divider, one is coaxial cable connection type for 6/7/8 GHz Bands and the other is al cable connection type for 6/7/8 GHz Bands and the other is WG connection type for 11 WG connection type for 11 52 GHz Bands. NEC Hybrid Combiner/Divider is suited for Andrew 52 GHz Bands. NEC Hybrid Combiner/Divider is suited for Andrew or RFS Antenna, and all NEC or RFS Antenna, and all NEC ODUs.ODUs.

  • 10 Coupler

    6/7/8 GHz Coupler (N-type) 11 ~ 38 GHz Coupler (N-type)

    The RF signal power received by the single polarized antenna is The RF signal power received by the single polarized antenna is unequally distributed to two outdoor units in unequally distributed to two outdoor units in the ratio of 9 to 1 through the 10 dB Coupler for 1+1 protected the ratio of 9 to 1 through the 10 dB Coupler for 1+1 protected systems. Using this 10 dB Coupler, regular systems. Using this 10 dB Coupler, regular side signal level could be kept higher than in using 3 dB equal side signal level could be kept higher than in using 3 dB equal Combiner/Divider.Combiner/Divider.There are two types of NEC 10 dB Coupler; one is coaxial cable cThere are two types of NEC 10 dB Coupler; one is coaxial cable connection type for 6/7/8 GHz bands and the onnection type for 6/7/8 GHz bands and the other is WG connection type for 11 other is WG connection type for 11 -- 38 GHz Bands. NEC 10 dB Coupler is suited for Andrew or RFS 38 GHz Bands. NEC 10 dB Coupler is suited for Andrew or RFS Antenna, and all NEC ODUs.Antenna, and all NEC ODUs.

  • Ortho Ortho Mode Transducer ( OMT )Mode Transducer ( OMT )OMT enables dual polarization feature to double the transmission capacity for the PASOLINKsystem. NEC OMT has Wave Guide connection type for 11-38 GHz Bands, which is suited forRFS Antenna and all NEC ODUs.

    The OMT comprises Ortho-Mode transducer, antenna interfaceand radio mounting interfaces.

  • ODU Mounting ConfigurationsODU Mounting Configurations

    Suitable configuration can be selected from various ODU mounting styles: Direct Mounting on Antenna Separate Mounting with Antenna using Waveguide or Coaxial Cable 1+1 system with Hybrid Combiner / Divider 2+0 system with Dual Polarization Antenna

    1+0 System Configuration

    11 - 52 GHz Direct Mounting of 1+0 PASOLINK ODU

    Antenna

    ODU

  • ODU Mounting ConfigurationsODU Mounting Configurations

    11 - 38 GHz Remote Mounting of 1+0 PASOLINK ODU

    6/7/8 GHz Remote Mounting of 1+0 PASOLINK ODU

  • ODU Mounting ConfigurationsODU Mounting Configurations

    1+1 System Configuration

    11 - 52 GHz Direct Mounting of the 1+1 PASOLINK ODU(One Antenna with Hybrid Combiner unit)

  • ODU Mounting ConfigurationsODU Mounting Configurations

    11 - 38 GHz Remote Mounting of 1+1 PASOLINK ODU with two antennas

    11 - 38 GHz Remote Mounting of 1+1 PASOLINK ODUwith Hybrid Combiner

  • ODU Mounting ConfigurationsODU Mounting Configurations

    6/7/8 GHz Remote Mounting of 1+1 PASOLINK ODU with Hybrid Combiner and one antenna

    6/7/8 GHz Remote Mounting of 1+1 PASOLINK ODU with two antennas

  • ODU Mounting ConfigurationsODU Mounting Configurations

    2+0 System ConfigurationDual Pol. Antenna System for Adjacent channel orCo-Channel assignment)

    6/7/8 GHz Remote Mount Dual Pol. System11 - 38 GHz Remote Mount Dual Pol. System

    11 - 38 GHz Direct Mount Dual Pol. System

  • PASOLINK MONITORPASOLINK MONITORMeter Indicates the Receive level as a dc voltage

    OW Indicator Lights when the OW-ON/OFF switch is set to ON. Under this condition if the indicator is not lit replace the battery.

    OW ON/OFF SW when set to ON enables OW communication between the IDU and the ODU.VOL control Adjust the level of the OW RX signal.

    Head set Jack connects the headset for OW communication

    RX LEV/OW IN connector connect the OW/RX Lev monitor to the ODU using the provided coaxial cable

    Battery use 6F22(UB) / 9V battery

  • Loop Back ControlLoop Back Control

    (a) STM-1 near-end loopback (STM-1 LB1) at the 150M INTFC/OPT INTFC module(b) STM-1 far-end loopback (STM-1 LB2) at the 150M INTFC/OPT INTFC module from LCT(c) IF loopback (IF-LB) at the MODEM module (Local only)(d) STM-1 far-end loopback (STM-1 LB2) at the 150M INTFC/OPT INTFC Module from PNMT/PNMS

    Note: While the IF loopback is in execution, monitoring of the opposite and the subsequent stations from the PNMS and PNMT are disabled.

    (d)

  • PASOLINK NEO InstallationPASOLINK NEO Installation

    Before going to any site,

    please be sure you completely prepared the following items:1-The installation tools.2-The test equipment ,materials ,and tools.( for test work only)3-Site installation drawings.4-All labels/stickers (hard and soft copy)5-Frequency plan and system configuration documents.6-Test procedure and test data sheets ( for test work only)7-Confirm access to site/station.8-Check the condition of the vehicle to be used.9-Make sure you and your staff are in good conditions (physically)10-Confirm the site/station entrance conditions. 11-Move to site/station safely.

  • IF CableConnectionIF Cable

    Connection

    IDU Grounding ConnectionIDU Grounding Connection

    Connect the Power Connect the Power Follow Start up and set up Procedure

    Follow The termination Procedure

    Follow The termination Procedure IDU

    Mounting

    19" rack fixing19" rack fixing

    Unpacking of 19" rack (if supplied)

    Unpacking of 19" rack (if supplied)

    IF Connector & Power Connector termination

    IF Connector & Power Connector termination

    Unpacking of Accessories

    Unpacking of Accessories

    Unpacking of IDU

    Unpacking of IDU

    Refer to the IDU fixing Procedure Photos

    Rack Earthing Connection

    Rack Earthing Connection

    Confirm 19" Rack Location& DC-Power Source

    1-INDOOR INSTALLATION1-INDOOR INSTALLATION

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  • UNPACKING IDUUNPACKING IDU

    Open the carton take out the Accessories Carton

    Take out the cushioning materials of the IDU Carton

    Take out the IDU with the antistatic bag from the carton

    Take out the IDU from the antistatic bagInspect IDU

  • IDU MOUNTIDU MOUNTFRONT POSITION

    CENTER POSITION

    Fix each side of the IDU to the rack with (M5) screws

    Align the IDU to the mount position

    When mounting the IDU in a 19 inch rack, leave a space of 200mm to the rear section and space of one rack unit to the top and bottom.

    More than one rack unit

    More than one rack unit

    WALL

    Mount the two brackets to the IDU with four screws Align the IDU to the center mount position and fix each side with (M5) screws

  • CONNECTOR & POWER CABLECONNECTOR & POWER CABLE

    Power Connector

    Power Cable

    Socket Contact

  • 1-Remove 3.0 to 3.5 mm of Insulation

    2- Set the socket contact to the following position onto the hand crimping tool

    1

    Hand Crimping tool (57026-5000)

    Position Position . of Cable. of CableiaiaddCrimping TypeCrimping Type5702657026--5000 5000 1.5 to 1.8 11.5 to 1.8 1

    1.8 to 2.2 21.8 to 2.2 25702757027--5000 5000 2.3 to 2.6 12.3 to 2.6 1

    2.6 to 3.1 22.6 to 3.1 2

    2

  • 3- Squeeze the handle of the hand crimping tool, insert cable into socket contact

    4- Cable should fit, so insulation and bare wire are arranged as shown,

    5- Squeeze the handle of the hand crimping tool until ratchet is released.

  • 6- Insert socket contacts to power connector till they locked and be sure it is well fixed.

    55--Squeeze the Squeeze the handle of the hand handle of the hand crimping tool until crimping tool until ratchet Is releasedratchet Is released

    (0 V)

    (-48 V)

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  • IF CableConnectionIF Cable

    Connection

    ODU Grounding ConnectionODU Grounding Connection

    IF Cable LayingIF Cable LayingConnect to IDU & Follow Start up and set up Procedure

    Follow The termination Procedure

    Follow The termination Procedure ODU

    Mounting

    Unpacking of Antenna

    Unpacking of Antenna

    IF ConnectorIF Connector

    Unpacking of Accessories

    Unpacking of Accessories

    Unpacking of ODU

    Unpacking of ODU

    Refer to the IDU fixing Procedure Photos

    Remove the ODU cover, Confirm the

    Polarity

    Remove the ODU cover, Confirm the

    Polarity

    Antenna bracket assembling,

    Confirm the Polarity

    1-OUTDOOR INSTALLATIONFLOW CHART

    1-OUTDOOR INSTALLATIONFLOW CHART

    Refer to the Antenna assembling guide

  • UNPACKING ODUUNPACKING ODU

    Open the carton

    Take out the ODU with cushioning materials

    Remove the cushioning materials from the ODU

    Take out the ODU from the antistatic bag

    Open the carton

    Take out the ODU with the cushioning materials

    Remove the cushioning material from the ODU

    Inspect ODUInspect ODU

    6/7/8 GHz ODU 11- 38 GHz ODU

  • POLE MOUNTING BRACKETPOLE MOUNTING BRACKET

    New Type Bracket for 11-38 GHz Band ODU Old Type Bracket for 11-38 GHz Band ODU

    Bracket for 6/7/8 GHz Band ODU

  • POLE MOUNTING BRACKETPOLE MOUNTING BRACKET

    NEW TYPE BRACKET

    NEW TYPE BRACKET

  • V /H POLARIZATION (1+1)V /H POLARIZATION (1+1)

    PROCEDURE FOR SETTING V/H POLARIZATION USING HYBRID

    ANTENNA SIDE

    Loosen the four screws with allen keys and rotate the antenna connection unit to the required polarization positionTighten the four screws.

    HYBRID SIDEThe hybrid is set to V-polarization when shipped from the factory

    Rotate the two plates to the position required for the required polarization and fix them in position with the screws

    Remove the two screws.

    V - POLARIZATION

    H - POLARIZATION

    SCREWS

    SCREWS

    ANTENNA CONNECTION UNIT

    SCREWS

    Quasar HybridNEC Hybrid

  • ANTENNA DIRECT MOUNT ANTENNA DIRECT MOUNT V/H POLV/H POL

    PROCEDURE FOR SETTING V/H POLARIZATION

    When vertical polarization is required, rotate the IDU so that the plate marked with V is pointing up. Fix the ODU in this position

    When horizontal polarization is required, rotate the IDU so that the plate marked with H is pointing up. Fix the ODU in this position

  • USE OF OUSE OF O--RINGSRINGS

    Do not use both small O-ring and large O-ring simultaneously

    O-ring size is different forf different frequency bands

  • ODU MOUNTODU MOUNT

  • Local Craft Terminal (LCT)Local Craft Terminal (LCT)The Local Craft Terminal (LCT) is used to access, setup, manage, monitor and controls the PASOLINK NEO PDH/SDH Microwave Radio system.

    Hardware Requirement:

    H.D.D: 100MB or higher empty disk capacityRAM: 256 MBDisplay: LCD 1,024 x 768CD-ROM DriveSerial PortUSB PortUSB Cable with USB-B Connector

    Software Requirement:

    OS: Windows 2000/XP IE6.0 SP2Java Runtime Environment V1.5.0_05 or higher

  • LCT Setup ProceduresLCT Setup Procedures1. Installation of USB Driver:

  • LCT Setup ProceduresLCT Setup Procedures2. Dial-up Connection:

  • LCT Setup ProceduresLCT Setup Procedures2. Dial-up Connection:

  • LCT Setup ProceduresLCT Setup Procedures2. Dial-up Connection:

  • LCT Setup ProceduresLCT Setup Procedures1. Installation of Java Run Time:

    Java Run Time Environment V1.5.0_05 or higher is required.

  • LCT OperationLCT OperationConnect to the USB port of IDU using the USB cable

    Connect using the dial up connection LCT.

    Open the Internet Explorer

    Enter URL Address: http://172.17.254.253 of the IE and press the Enter key.

    The login window will then enter your login information User ID and password in the entry field thenpress login

    No password

    12345678Password

    Monitoring onlyUser

    Access to the LCT and control

    AdminPrivilegeUser ID

  • LCT OperationLCT OperationDescription of LCT Menu Convections

    To execute the commands

    To logout from the LCTThen a confirmation Message will appear toConfirm or cancel.

    To show the status of Command execution if OKOr no response.

    Yellow for MAINT status

  • LCT Main MenuLCT Main Menu

  • Equipment Setup MenuEquipment Setup MenuFrom the User Interface menu button, you can select PDH E1, PDH with LAN or SDH STM-1If you select PDH setup, the PDH setup items which are applicable to setup will appear.And for SDH, the SDH setup items which are applicable to setup will appear.

  • Equipment Setup Equipment Setup (1/3)(1/3)SDH Equipment SetupSDH Equipment Setup

  • Equipment Setup (2/3)Equipment Setup (2/3) SDH Equipment SetupSDH Equipment Setup

  • Equipment Setup (2/3)Equipment Setup (2/3)PDH Equipment SetupPDH Equipment Setup

  • Equipment Setup (2/3)Equipment Setup (2/3) PDH Equipment SetupPDH Equipment Setup

    For QPSKFor QPSK

    For 16QAMFor 16QAM

    For 32QAMFor 32QAM

  • Equipment Setup (3/3)Equipment Setup (3/3)ODU FREQ. INFOODU FREQ. INFO

    Edit the point of TX frequency which should be within the range of the Start and Stop Sub-band indicated on the plate of the ODU.

    The Rx frequency is automatically calculatedAccording to the Shift frequency.

    For Twin path systems, two different RF Frequencies should entered.

    ID1 to ID16 is available and ID17 to ID32 is Available for XPIC system.

  • InventoryInventory

  • InventoryInventory

    Select Open or Close to apply to the output mode to apply for event output.

    From INPU1 to INPUT6 can be assigned as housekeeping Alarm HK1 to HK6.

    From INPUT3 to INPUT6 can be assigned as Input Cluster Alarm Cluster IN1 toCluster IN4.

    From OUTPUT1 to OUTPUT4 can be assigned as HK3 to HK6.

    From OUTPUT1 to OUTPUT4 can be assigned as Cluster OUT1 to OUT4.

    Cluster can be used as IN + OUT 4

    Click SET Command to execute.

  • MaintenanceMaintenance PDH Maintenance

    A pop-up menu will appear To select which Ch. Will be looped

  • MaintenanceMaintenance SDH Maintenance

  • MaintenanceMaintenance

    Select CTRL for IDU or ODU for No.1 or No.2 and click the execute button.

    Check With ROM Program SwitchingControl box when the program file for CTRLOr ODU is newly downloaded and existing Program file will be replaced with the new one. Reset the CTRL card will affect the radio link

  • MaintenanceMaintenance

  • MaintenanceMaintenance

  • Provisioning (1/4)Provisioning (1/4) PDH Provisioning

  • Provisioning (2/4)Provisioning (2/4)

    ATPC MODE

    MTPC MODE

    PDH Provisioning

  • Provisioning (3/4)Provisioning (3/4)

    ATPC MODE

    MTPC MODE

    AssignableFor RS-232C-1 or -2

    AssignableFor V.11-1 or -2

    SDH Provisioning

  • Provisioning (4/4)Provisioning (4/4)

  • MeteringMetering

    Provisioning Provisioning

  • PMON (Current) for PMON (Current) for PDH EquipmentPDH Equipment

  • PMON (History)PMON (History)

  • PMON (History)PMON (History)

  • PMON (Current) for PMON (Current) for SDH EquipmentSDH Equipment

  • PMON (History)PMON (History)

  • PMON (History)PMON (History)

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