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Alcatel-Lucent 9500 Microwave Cross-Connect The Alcatel-Lucent 9500 Microwave Cross-Connect (MXC) is a flexible, multiservice wireless transport platform for medium- to high-capacity mixed traffic. Offering a new generation of digital, point-to-point microwave radio capabilities, the 9500 MXC provides an effective way to meet the growing demand for high-capacity applications. 9500 MXC terminal with indoor unit (here using Intelligent Node Unit [INU] with up to 4 card slots) and Outdoor Unit (O
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  Alcatel-Lucent 9500 Microwave Cross-Connect The Alcatel-Lucent 9500 Microwave Cross-Connect (MXC) is a exible, multiservice wireless transport platformfor medium- to high-capacity mixed trafc. Offering a new generation of digital, point-to-point microwave radiocapabilities, the 9500 MXC provides an effective way to meet the growing demand for high-capacity applications. The compact Alcatel-Lucent 9500 MXCsupports SDH/SONET and “super PDH”applications with higher exibilityaorded by its integrated cross-connection capabilities. It can alsosupport fxed applications such as DSLand WiMAX backhauling, due to itsmultiple interaces, including PDH, SDHand Ethernet with integrated Layer-2switching. The 9500 MXC is a reliable,complete, homogeneous series, rom6 GHz to 38 GHz. Its unique networkmanagement capabilities serve bothsmall and large networks, and itscompact design enables easy installa-tion while ensuring that maximumcommonality is achieved acrossrequencies and capacities. Benets ã Spectrum efciency to supportincreasing broadband trafcã High reliabilityã Reduced costs – with a modulardesign and cost-optimized IDUsor SDH and Ethernet applicationsã Easy installation and reduced cablingã Enhanced customer satisaction withQoS management Applications ã Wireless point-to-pointã Mobile, private and carriernetwork inrastructuresã SDH, high-capacity PDH andEthernet radio transmissionsã Local trafc aggregationã High-capacity aggregationã Backhauling or DSL, WiMAXand PC networks Features ã High-capacity transport or mixeddata and TDM trafc¬ SDH capacity up to 2xSTM-1¬ PDH capacity up to 106xE1 or 8xE3¬ Ethernet capacity up to 200 Mb/sull-duplex¬ Gigabit Ethernet capacity up to600 Mb/s with link aggregationand Layer 2 switch integratedã High-integration design that delivershigh reliabilityã Terminal Integrated Solution (IDU)or 1xSTM-1, 20xE1 or Fast Ethernet +8xE1 confgurations Extended Intelligent Node Unit (INUe)with up to 10 card slots9500 MXC node with ODU and INU9500 MXC terminal with indoor unit(here using Intelligent Node Unit [INU] withup to 4 card slots) and Outdoor Unit (ODU)  Alcatel-Lucent 9500 Microwave Cross-Connect | Data Sheet 2 ã Node confguration and integratedcross-connect unctionalities(using Intelligent Node Unit [INU]or extended Intelligent Node Unit[INUe])¬ Flexible aggregate capacitysharing between E1s and Ethernet¬ Powerul embedded trafcrouting with E1 cross-connect¬ Nodal capabilities supporting upto six radio paths (with INUe)ã Universal ODU (16, 32, 64, 128 and256 QAM; 64 Mb/s to 311 Mb/s)ã Java ™ -based crat terminalã Full sotware confgurable modulationand capacityã Highly modular architecture Technical specications Configurations ã Unprotectedã 1+1 hot-standbyã 1+1 space diversityã 1+1 frequency diversityã Co-channel cross-pol operation(XPIC)ã Repeater with traffic add-dropã 3-, 4-, 5- and 6-way nodalconfiguration with traffic routingã E1 and STM-1 line protection System-level specifications ã Operating frequencies: 6, 7, 8,10.5, 11, 13, 15, 18, 23, 26, 28and 38 GHzã Modulation options: QPSK, 16,32, 64, 128 and 256 QAMã Capacity ranges: 32, 40, 48, 52,64, 75, 93 and 106 E1; 1, 2, 3, 4,5, 6, 7 and 8 E3; 1 and 2 STM-1 Power requirements ã Input voltage range:-40 V DC to -60 V DCã Power consumption¬ IDU: 10 W¬ INU and INUe: dependent oncards installed:- Radio Access Card: 6 W- Digital Access Card: 3 W- Node Control Card: 4 W- Node Protection Card: 4 W- Fan Unit: 2 W¬ ODU: 50 W maximum Dimensions IDU and INU  ã Height: 44.5 mm (1.75 in.)ã Width: 480 mm (18.9 in.)ã Depth: 300 mm (11.8 in.) INUe ã Height: 89 mm (3.50 in.)ã Width: 480 mm (18.90 in.)ã Depth: 300 mm (11.81 in.) ODU  ã Height: 284 mm (11.18 in.)ã Width: 284 mm (11.18 in.)ã Depth: 162 mm (6.38 in.) Environmental ã IDU and INU: -5°C to +45°C(23°F to 113°F)ã INUe: -50°C to +65°C(-58°F to +149°F)ã ODU: -33°C to +55°C(-27°F to +131°F) Standards compliance ã EMC: EN 301 489ã Operation¬ ODUs: ETS 300 019, Class 4.1¬ IDUs: ETS 300 019, Class 3.2ã Storage: ETS 300 019, Class 1.2ã Transportation: ETS 300 019,Class 2.3ã Radio frequency: EN 302 217ã Safety: EN 60950ã Water ingress (ODUs)IEC 60529 (IPX6) Modulation scheme: ã QPSK, 16 QAM, 32 QAM,64 QAM, 128 QAM, 256 QAM(software selectable) Capacity ã PDH ETSI: 20,40, 52, 64, 75, 93and 106 E1ã SDH: STM-1, 2xSTM-1 single-carrier at 56 MHz, 2xSTM-1 XPICã LAN: 4x 10/100 BASE-T(X), 1000BASE-LX, 3x1000 BASE-T Channel spacing (MHz) andmodulation options ã 7 (5 E1), 14 (10 E1), 28 (20 E1)for QPSKã 3, 5 (E1), 7 (10 E1), 14 (20 E1),28 (3 2E1), 28(40 E1), 56 (64 E1),56 (75 E1), 56 (STM-1) for 16 QAMã 14 (27 E1), 28 (52 E1) for 32 QAMã 7 (16 E1), 14 (32 E1), 28 (64 E1),56 (100 E1), 40 (STM-1) for64 QAMã 28 (75 E1), 28 (STM-1), 28(1xSTM1 + 1xE1), 56 (2xSTM-1)for 128 QAMã 28 (93 E1) for 256 QAM Configurations ã 1+0, 1+1 HSB/SD/FD, 1+1 HSB XP,2+0  Alcatel-Lucent 9500 Microwave Cross-Connect | Data Sheet3 Table 1. RF, Tx and Rx specifications (Part 1) ODU300hp RF SPECIFICATIONSL6/U6 GHz7 GHz8 GHz10,5 Gz11 GHz13 GHzSYSTEM Frequency Range, GHz5.925 - 6.4256.425 - 7.117.125 - 7.97.725 - 8.510.0 - 10.6810.7 - 11.712.75 - 13.25T-R Spacings supported, MHz252.04 340154, 161,168, 196,245119, 126,151.614, 266,311.3291, 230,143.5, 350490, 530266Maximum Tuning Range (dependent upon T-R spacing), MHz565614016516584 TRANSMITTER SPECIFICATIONSMODULATION Power Output, nominal (dBm) QPSK 28.528.528.5262423 16 QAM 26.526.526.5242221 32 QAM 26262623.521.520.5 64 QAM [2] 25.525.525.5232120 128 QAM 24.524.524.5222019 256 QAM 22.522.522.5201817 RECEIVER SPECIFICATIONS [1] [3]CAPACITYCHANNELMODULATION Threshold at 10 -6 BER (dBm) for RACs/IDUs:RAC305xE17 MHzQPSK-92-92-92-91.5-91.5-91.5RAC3010xE113.75 /14 MHzQPSK-89-89-89-88.5-89-89RAC3020xE127.5 /28 MHzQPSK-86-86-86-85.5-86-86RAC3010xE17 MHz16 QAM-85.5-85.5-85.5-85-85-85RAC3020xE113.75 /14 MHz16 QAM-82.5-82.5-82.5-82-82-82RAC3032xE113.75 /14 MHz64 QAM-75.5-75.5-75.5-75-75.5-75.5RAC3040xE127.5 /28 MHz16 QAM-79.5-79.5-79.5-79-79-79RAC3052xE127.5 /28 MHz32 QAM-76-76-76-75.5-75.5-75.5RAC3064xE127.5 /28 MHz64 QAM-72.5-72.5-72.5-72-72.5-72.5RAC 3X/4064xE127.5 /28 MHz64 QAM-74-74-74-73.5-73.5-73.5RAC3X75xE1[3],1xSTM155 / 56 MHz16 QAM-76.5-76.5-76.5-76RAC3X75xE1,1xSTM140 MHz64 QAM-74-73.5-74RAC3075xE1,1xSTM127.5 /28 MHz128 QAM-69.5-69.5-69.5-69-69.5-69.5RAC 4075xE1,1xSTM127.5 /28 MHz128 QAM-71-71-71-70.5-70.5-70.5RAC3X 1xSTM127.5 /28 MHz128 QAM-71-71-71-70.5-70.5-70.5RAC3X93xE127.5 /28 MHz256 QAM-65.5-65.5-65.5-65-65-65RAC3X106xE155 / 56 MHz64 QAMRAC3X2xSTM1 55 / 56 MHz128 QAM-66-66-66-66 All specications are referenced to the ODU antenna ange, and are typical values unless otherwise stated, and are subject to change without notice. For guaranteedvalues (over time and operational range) subtract 2 dB from power output, add 2 dB to threshold values, and subtract 4 dB from system gain values.[1] System gain and receiver threshold values are for BER = 10 -6 . Values for BER = 10 -3 are improved by 1 dB.[2] Transmit power output values for 64xE1 64 QAM will be reduced by 1 dB from the 64 QAM value indicated.[3] Receiver threshold values are for BER=10 -6 . Values for BER = 10 -3 are improved by 1 dB.For complete list of Capacity/Channel/Modulation proles, refer to 9500MXC User Manual  Alcatel-Lucent 9500 Microwave Cross-Connect | Data Sheet 4 Table 1. RF, Tx and Rx specifications (Part 2) ODU300hp RF SPECIFICATIONS15 GHZ18 GHZ23 GHZ26 GHZ28 GHZ 32 GHZ 38 GHZSYSTEM Frequency Range, GHz14.4 -15.3517.7 - 19.721.2 -23.63224.52 -26.48327.5 - 29.531.8 - 33.437.0 - 9.46T-R Spacings supported, MHz315, 420,490, 644,7281010,1092.51008,1200, 1232100810088121260Maximum Tuning Range (dependent upon T-R spacing), MHz245380370360360370340 TRANSMITTERSPECIFICATIONSMODULATION Power Output, nominal (dBm)QPSK2219.519.515.5151817.516 QAM2017.517.513.5131615.532 QAM19.517171312.515.51564 QAM [2]1916.516.512.5121514.5128 QAM1815.515.511.5111413.5256 QAM1613.513.59.591211.5 RECEIVER SPECIFICATIONS [1] [3]CAPACITYCHANNELMODULATION Threshold at 10 -6 BER (dBm) for RACs :RAC305xE17 MHzQPSK-91.5-91-91-90-89-89-88.5RAC3010xE113.75 /14 MHzQPSK-88.5-88.5-88-87-86.5-86-86RAC3020xE127.5 / 28 MHzQPSK-85.5-85.5-85-84-83.5-83-83RAC3010xE17 MHz16 QAM-85-84.5-84.5-83.5-82.5-82-82RAC3020xE113.75 /14 MHz16 QAM-82-81.5-81.5-80.5-79.5-79-79RAC3032xE113.75 /14 MHz64 QAM-75-75-74.5-73.5-72.5-72-72RAC3040xE127.5 /28 MHz16 QAM-79-78.5-78.5-77.5-76.5-76-76RAC3052xE127.5 /28 MHz32 QAM-75.5-75-75-74-73-72.5-72.5RAC3064xE127.5 /28 MHz64 QAM-72-72-71.5-70.5-69.5-69-69RAC 3X/4064xE127.5 / 28 MHz64 QAM-73.5-73-73-72-70.5-70.5-70RAC3X75xE1, xSTM155 / 56 MHz16 QAM-76-76-75.5-74.5-73.5-73-73RAC3X75xE1, xSTM140 MHz64 QAMRAC3075xE1,xSTM127.5 /28 MHz128 QAM-69-69-68.5-67.5-66-65.5-65.5RAC 4075xE1, xSTM127.5 /28 MHz128 QAM-70.5-70-70-69-67-67-66.5RAC 3X1xSTM127.5 /28 MHz128 QAM-70.5-70-70-69-67-67-66.5RAC3X93xE127.5 /28 MHz256 QAM-65-64.5-64.5-62.5-61.5-61.5-60.5RAC3X106xE155 / 56 MHz64 QAM-71.5-71-69.5-69-68.5-68.5RAC3X2xSTM1 55 / 56 MHz128 QAM-65.5-65.5-65-64-62.5-62-62 All specications are referenced to the ODU antenna ange, and are typical values unless otherwise stated, and are subject to change without notice. For guaranteedvalues (over time and operational range) subtract 2 dB from power output, add 2 dB to threshold values, and subtract 4 dB from system gain values.[1] System gain and receiver threshold values are for BER = 10 -6 . Values for BER = 10 -3 are improved by 1 dB.[2] Transmit power output values for 64xE1 64 QAM will be reduced by 1 dB from the 64 QAM value indicated.[3] Receiver threshold values are for BER=10 -6 . Values for BER = 10 -3 are improved by 1 dB.For complete list of Capacity/Channel/Modulation proles, refer to 9500MXC User Manual
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